Principles Of Tafseer Part 11

Jamal Zarabozo

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reminiscing and

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inshallah we'll continue from where we left off lesson and I'm sure you will remember where we left off

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lesson especially those of you who

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were discussing the last, the last source of procedure,

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which is to help

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write opinion or individual reasoning. We ended actually by we're talking about the one who was the who was the professor or the one who wants to try to explain the Quran

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beyond what has been narrated beyond what

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we're talking about his requirements, what should he what are some of the knowledge, what are some of the sciences that he should be familiar with?

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We mentioned quickly I mentioned the ones that less than

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you know them who has a more written

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and before that before the scientists, we gave preconditions, sound are free that must be free from following desires.

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And you must follow the correct method.

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And then we said he also should be familiar with some sciences, some areas, no.

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Those were some of the things that we discussed. Last time, we weren't able to finish all of those

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scientists because the sanctuary shakin

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most of the people who write about the field, they also include as another sign that

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the professor should have no job because animals sort of gene

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what is meant by animal somebody's going to translate it they can also the knowledge of the foundations of the religion,

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what do they mean by animals?

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What do you mean by that?

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You have to be knowledgeable in

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some of the some of the scholars when they say animals, so again, what they said after that meeting, Mm hmm.

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This is not HD correct statement.

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The film is an English thickness in theology.

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Well, this is not actually wasn't heated from 100 kilometers, something that came in Islam after the time of the Sahaba intervene and so forth, or the Sahaba intervene, were not familiar with that science. And of course, they were the best complicity in so obviously, this what they call them is not needed. But

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knowledge, good knowledge of

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the belief in Islam is very important. When we give some examples actually,

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that were actually related to the fact that some people when they make this appear, they make some mistakes and afraid and that is reflected in

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another area

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that the Muslims should know about

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the same sort of stuff, which is deriving when you go to the tech, whether it is the foreigners, and how do we derive laws from the Quran and

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so forth. So, that was basically basically legal theory.

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Obviously, much of what the professor is going to do is to drive laws and regulations from the front.

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In order for him to do that, he should have some knowledge.

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As I mentioned, when we did the Arabic part, one of the important aspects of the Arabic course and we did not cover is more properly in the other area.

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Is the fit in the source? Or how would you take a word and understand from the word

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or tickets ins and how do you understand from the word or sentence what does it actually play?

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So obviously, the Mufasa has to be familiar with the M seven zone with headings to provinces and then with the Puranas all

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Well when one less science or one less, you want to call it that

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is the M or the knowledge that is given by a listener with that

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as the kind of

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present

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given out of the grace of Allah subhana wa tada to some people listen to some notes

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given from Allah Subhana, WA.

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fealty,

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talking about this last point,

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but this last kind of

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he said this might be difficult for some people to accept the idea that you have to have this kind of

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but he says this is within the ability of the person to get this knowledge because this knowledge and the knowledge given by Allah subhana wa tada

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is gained through

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doing good deeds, following the way of the problem is so important in the problems.

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He in his book, The illuma Quran, he says that the one who looks into the Quran will not find the meaning of the revelation

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or be shown its inner secrets. In other words, he will not be shown by Allah subhana wa tada the real medium to put on this in his heart he has, or innovation or he has pride, or desire for love for this world or he committed he continued to commit the sin or he does not fulfill the conditions of a man or his weekend, learn fulfillment, and so forth. And in other words, Allah Subhana, WA Tada. Give this to those people who are devoted to Allah Subhana Allah, and Allah subhanho wa Taala guides them on the straight path and continues their guidance. Well, guidance means understanding for the better.

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Well, in other words, one of the conditions for someone to really be good and understand the Quran is that he must be personal.

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It is all of these conditions that we mentioned, shows that

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or making the Quran

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beyond what has been narrated beyond what is normally it takes someone who was really special. And it was not

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a simple matter that anyone can comfortably put on, as we talked about

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in the first lecture and try to interpret the Quran just because he's a believer, it really requires the specialist in the same way that if someone is sick, you go to someone who's a bloke who has knowledge in that area. Well, in fact, being a specialist in theater, going to the specialist and to sit is even more important than going to

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medical doctors, because if you're if you're not following the correct meaning of the

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correct procedure, then you will lose both the junior and the app will be going to bed doctor.

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Also, we actually we've we've alluded to these things earlier, but they are mentioned usually by the followers.

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But there are some things that

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the one who is going to make the theater or the officer

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is going to make the film by his right there are some things that you should do is best to avoid.

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One obviously is to try to make it and proceed without having those required

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those requirements that we just talked about for them.

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Secondly, you should be careful not to try to make the fear for those

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aspects that only elicit and with that and those of you those aspects of the Quran that are mentioned in the Quran, are those areas that only elicit no doubt has knowledge about and all we have is what Allah Subhana Allah and the Prophet says Adam has given us he should not try to go beyond and explain it any further.

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So there's some things that are listening to it that he did not actually give us any or give us very little knowledge about and we have no way to explore them.

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And you must remain away from these.

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Secondly, there is some matters that Allah subhanho wa Taala gave the knowledge to the public about how to sustain those matters. Also the university must take with the system and said and must not try to go beyond

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seconds

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and it has no ports of underneath the topic of remaining away.

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From specific areas and

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third loss as we mentioned earlier, there's some areas that we there's some aspects of tissue that we only know what has been narrated, like oil and others, we give examples about them earlier. And the two houses the different ways of reading the Quran, obviously, there's no room for jihad in this area,

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the Mufasa must

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remain away from that.

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From those areas,

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also must do his best

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not to or to keep himself from interpreting the Quran in the light of his own money.

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In other words, he should try to get what is true and what is false from the Quran itself, and not come to the Quran with preconceived notions that this is right, this is wrong, and then tries to force his opinion on.

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And finally, the

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when he comes to the conclusion about the meaning of any verse in the Quran,

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and it's not necessary for him where he should not say definitively, definitively that this is what I mean by this versus this is what Allah means by this verse, what he should say this is what Allah subhana wa dad has led me to and almost kind of with that as almost, and he should be careful about trying to make his opinion, the definitive

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meaning of the Quran,

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as when he makes this data as opposed to taking any of the provinces Silliman, which the editor in which the provinces and the Mustaine verses were put on the

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road respect to the Quran, there's a number of areas in which he had needs to be made.

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We mentioned last time the door to the city will never be closed.

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And every generation needs more facility in which to add, remove to the Quran, explain the Quran, and explain what what they're facing during the days in light of the Quran.

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And in specific, specifically, there's some areas in which he had always needed.

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And of course, some will love.

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Allah subhana wa giling Quran and even in the Hadith of the Prophet Mohammed says in them, we have a specific set of laws,

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definite laws, very specific laws. And then we also have general principles to put on the field with respect to law, with many general principles that are applied that we have to apply in a different circumstance. And this is what gives the CEO of Islamic law, it's real flexibility.

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But not everything is fixed in some areas, you have general principles that you apply, when new things arise. So obviously, each generation

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in each era, the Muslims are going to face new situations.

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They're going to need

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to know what is the Islamic ruling concerning those things? What are the laws from the Quran concerning those?

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Well, this is one of the roles of the

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one who's making sure

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to take the verses in the Quran that are related to that area, that topic and make it based on the guidance of the Quran about what was around what the Muslim should do what they should do.

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We're not making any particular verses

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also the the, the internal or the parables in the Quran.

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Allah subhana wa tada data in the Quran brings variable and related to many different things.

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related to for example, the variables concerning how a believer behaves as opposed to our lever behave, or how a believer behaves compared to our behavior, or how to behave in general. Well, let's head on with data breaches in the form of parables are uncovered.

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When each generation these teen parables are being seen, or are being acted out again and again.

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Then it's the role of the professor and one of the best in doing that.

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Recently

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was this book and he to talk about to take these, that Allah subhanaw taala missing the Quran and show how they are, how they are reappearing nowadays.

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In order for the one who's reading the Quran to realize and to see how those examples elicit what God is giving them, the Quran are actually being acting out.

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Related to that also was the story.

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And input especially with respect to the NBA with a profit.

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Loss of handle with that, as we all know, brings these stores for, for reason. And the reason I left the panel with Allah brings him is not to teach us about history. But to give us the lessons of those stories. Well, again, those lessons in each generation, they will have a meaning that I have a message for every Western generation,

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which they should read the stories and explain to

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Muslims in each generation, what the guidance for them in those stories,

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especially as the Muslim

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community or the Muslim movement goes through different stages. There's many different stories in the Quran that actually are describing different stages that the Muslim movement or the Muslim community goes through.

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For example, if the situation in Mecca, the stories that were revealed in Mecca, and the way that they were described in Mexico is different from the way they revealed and describe Medina

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humbler many orlimar they have taken this topic in

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great detail in great detail in recent times.

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Well, these are some of the areas in the Quran, which always need

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to have

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in order for the Muslims to really gain as much guidance from the Quran as big as they can

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to question what

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you look like.

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Because

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they give a specific meaning they describe something specific

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for people, many times they don't realize that, that is also describing what's going on at this time.

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For example, the stories of

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for example,

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lower their punish what what did they go through their punishment just because they believe the moment and without, someone can read that for many times, and not realize what the relationship between their story and what's happening now is?

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How can we get a lesson from this story for us? No. And in each generation,

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each era new things will occur that are maybe really good for others. This is one of the jobs of

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Muscat to relate both to what's happening.

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Lesson 10 with data

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tells us some things about the dangers and some things about what will happen to the preferred and so forth.

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The things that will happen on the Day of Judgment, harmless outages, between people and so on. Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us some knows about

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suppose if we're saying we're making the simple put on the spout that is talking about something happening on the Day of Judgment, someone tries to go beyond what Allah says

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and says that this will also occur or this will occur for this reason or that reason, so forth, something beyond what are the properties,

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this is an area that he has no knowledge about, he cannot have any knowledgeable in something that only Allah knows about. So, this is a kind of areas that you should start with looking cities by alone by by the province.

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In other words, the Muslim that he can make it to the head and this will happen this will also happen

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concerning the unseen

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from time

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to time.

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Many questions

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can be submitted only by signing

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Describe the meaning of the

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mean, there's some verses with

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the detailed meaning of them. No, no, no, for example, through science and so forth.

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Obviously, this is an area that mankind is able to research and study and understand. So that's different from the other kinds of things I mentioned that there's no way humans understand and do

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the other push,

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loving.

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And also listen to me and before I'm actually

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to see it.

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They say that the majority of the mistakes

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are the majority of the wrong conceptions that appear insincere,

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come from the people who make the sidbury

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or come from the people who make it.

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But

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it's about people who,

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who turn away or ignore the statements of the Sahaba into the aim.

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And explained the verses on the basis of their opinion are

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these are the these are the main causes, or the main sources of mistakes

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in

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everything he has described.

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And also the different forms spread the major sources of mistakes. And

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the major source actually was two trends that occurred

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after the time of the Sahaba intervene and so forth.

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And each one of these two trends have some cases. Let me mention the two trends. He said two trends occurred after the time of the Sahaba with the main

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the first trend, which we've alluded to before, or we mentioned earlier, is this the Mufasa has a specific beliefs.

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In other words, he starts with his belief, and then he tries to force the wording of the Quran to be consistent with it.

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In other words, instead of taking his beliefs from the Quran, he has his own beliefs, and he tries to find evidence or support for them and

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what this kind of thing is going unfortunately, continue.

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The second trend, that

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people

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tend to explain the Quran

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simply on the basis of the Arabic language without taking into consideration, who's the Speaker of the put on under what conditions was revealed in

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respect to the first trend about people forcing their opinion on the Koran.

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He says that there's four cases for different types of keys

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in the history of deceit, and some of

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the mistakes in

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explaining

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the first case

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is worth the mean.

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That the,

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the thing that the person is trying to prove is actually correct.

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But the verse that he's using, doesn't,

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there's not there's not evidence for

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the thing he's trying to prove is actually persisting and is correct. But actually, the verses not religious.

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And at the same time, he doesn't reject the obvious meaning of

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so in this case, the mistake is in the, in the video using the reverse of the proof, and not in the middle, or what is being proved.

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And both, Damien mentioned that this kind of mistake is common and many of the proceeds of the students

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and their conclusion necessarily is correct, but it has no relation to actually what the person

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here's an example from a book called The fear

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of man, tsunami.

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This is where the first 66 are sort of

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statuses will have a negative value.

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And if we had decreed for them lay down your life or go forth from your dwelling, but few of them would have done.

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In the summer, Mr. fury said, and he lay down your legs or him yourself through unpossible.

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He said, it means to go against your desire.

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And he doesn't deny that he doesn't deny the meaning of reverse, but he says what I really mean, to kill yourself means to go against your desire.

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To go out of your dwelling

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means

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to take the love of this world from your heart.

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What he's trying to prove, has nothing to do with diversity.

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The second case,

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similar to the first case, is just one difference. Again, what's the mythos is trying to prove?

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Its correctness nothing, nothing wrong with what he's saying.

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But the verse that he uses to prove it to not,

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again, is not support for it. And at the same time, he denied the meaning of the verse.

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So he's trying to prove something, what these principles is actually correct.

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But the verse is not related to it at all. And to make matters worse, much worse than the first

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mistake, make matters worse, is he denies the meaning of the verse.

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Again, this is also found in many of the proceedings of the Sophie and me are those people who claim that the Quran has an inner meaning which is different from or esoteric meaning which is different from Exeter

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or both and meaning which is difficult, different from us.

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third mistake

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he gives an example.

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Here is an example

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from

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one of the developers at Google corner Melbourne in

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verse 35, the Sudoku book are up in income not near the street, lest you become wrongdoers talking about Adam and Eve not too close and

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also one of the early Sufi.

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He said that Allah does not mean actually eating from the tree, Allah subhanho wa Taala is not prohibiting them from eating from the tree.

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This is where again, he's trying to prove something and also he's denying the literal meaning of that.

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He said, what it means is that Allah subhanho wa Taala is prohibiting them from concerning themselves with anything other than Allah.

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And he again, he is trying to prove something which actually has no relationship to the gross return.

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And as I said, what makes it even worse, what makes this kind of proceedings worse, is that he's denying the,

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the actual meaning of

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the third case,

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was the luck.

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I said there's two trends.

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And I said the first trend has been

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the court cases where the meanings of the Mufasa is trying to prove itself is incorrect.

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And obviously, from

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my point of view,

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and at the same time, though,

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he doesn't, he doesn't

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deny the obvious meaning.

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The meaning is trying to prove is not correct.

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Yes.

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To an Islamic

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world first than the rendezvous point. And thirdly, though it does not deny the

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obvious meaning.

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Once again, we'll find in many of the books of the

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year.

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But he gives an example from the decir, which is supposed to be from even out of some debate about whether or not

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anybody

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I said, I said the

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first one friend is, the person already has a mind with the means, and he tries to force the foot on.

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That can take some 40.

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Now, we finished to close this number.

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The meanings of these trying to prove is wrong or incorrect.

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Like the first two cases, we will

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one example he gave us from the University of Nairobi.

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Well, I should have written the associate in Arabic, which

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comes in much stronger in Arabic.

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The vs was put us

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in a

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reverse number eight to sort of

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remember the name of your Lord and devote yourself with a complete devotion?

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What does it mean to say,

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the real meaning of that versus

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the new unionism or offensive

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unit.

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So, in the pursuit of that verse, is the meaning of it, of that verse is remember the name of your Lord, which is actually you.

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That is know yourself, and don't forget yourself, and then you will forget.

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Captain here we could have been much more

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likely to remember the name of your Lord, which is actually you. Even out of he believes that all of us about everything

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we think remember the name of your Lord, which is you? That is know yourself, and don't forget it as then you will forget them.

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That's his explanation of

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the fourth case, what's the fourth

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fourth cases of

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cases with

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cases where what the person is trying to prove is incorrect?

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And obviously, the Quran doesn't point to it. And

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they also denied What is the meaning of

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everything you could imagine.

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What's an example that they give

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an example because for example, in the from some of the car to see

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what

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is the correct meaning of

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anything worship doesn't a lot other than Allah

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could mean magician, or could have a more general mean, according to the Shia, what's the meaning of

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a book of Allah?

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So it was correctly cemetery and then

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verses don't prove it or don't lend anything to it and also, they

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are actually

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a breeze another example from

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learning this diversity we've discussed many times.

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We'll do we already know that our

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inaugural.

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Fiamma was 22 and 23 that Day, will

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patiently resplendent looking toward the Lord.

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They say that

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a lot of

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what's the most What's the meaning of either

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they say that either

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comes from the same room as an

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ally,

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or lesson.

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So they say that the singular of them,

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then they make up here

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before. And they say that the media, they are looking actually at the bounty of

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obviously

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not the singular, bounty. So again, they're trying to prove something which is not correct, which is actually that people will not see the Lord

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where the verses don't prove it. And they also in the same case, they deny

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what the what the

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what the verse

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was the second any any question about those four, or that first trend?

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Someone opinion

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could be four

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nodes knows

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that many different interpretations of Islam.

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So it means you've got a

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bye

00:37:09--> 00:37:16

default, Islam and Islam and progressive, but Islam

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depends by

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that would be part of

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taking your beliefs first, and trying to improve upon in the life of your belief. Because there's only one correctness that was supposed to describe,

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you said that the only correct is them is the one that he's following in his companion, or another episode on demand. So Islam spreads to newer

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missionaries on

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India and Indonesia. And also in north.

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What happens is they have a fleet from the idea. And they bring that belief into Islam.

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And they don't want to give up that belief. So they try to find some proof for that belief in the Quran. And then therefore, they twist what medium will put on sophistically.

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This happened many things.

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Obviously,

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you know, for some, for some people, it probably happened on purpose, they didn't want to leave their own lives.

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For example, the Iranian people, they have

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some beliefs about,

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about families about almost like divine them.

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And overtime, these beliefs also

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became part of the she has to be that the province vendor or

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sometimes it's the case that the person doesn't want to give up his belief.

00:39:07--> 00:39:10

And so therefore, he knows and he tries to force the Quran to be consistent with

00:39:11--> 00:39:22

our times is this something in the person's mind that he thinks is right. So he already thinks is right, and then he sees some verses in the Quran that he might be able to relate them to what he believes.

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So sometimes it could be intentional, sometimes not intentional, but whether it's intentional or not, when we see it, we have to get to

00:39:34--> 00:39:39

whether it's intentionally done or not, if someone explains it in the way that is incorrect according to put on

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whether he did it intentionally or not. We have to we have to object to them say this is not the correct meaning.

00:39:51--> 00:39:51

fun

00:39:53--> 00:39:54

way to combine

00:39:55--> 00:39:56

what

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it says agenda

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With this wrongfulness

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not only in place also in practices.

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So the second thing

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in this case,

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we mentioned two cases into the string.

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He says the first case is where a word might have more than one meaning

00:40:44--> 00:40:45

and the person

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picks the wrong meaning.

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That's pretty simple.

00:40:52--> 00:40:55

The word has more than one meaning for example, the word Ouma.

00:41:00--> 00:41:01

How many meanings of the word

00:41:06--> 00:41:06

which are the

00:41:12--> 00:41:12

most common one?

00:41:15--> 00:41:17

Gemma with us,

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like less than

00:41:29--> 00:41:33

the day will be close by him you think Johnny's mother

00:41:40--> 00:41:43

could mean someone who has the characteristics of good

00:41:46--> 00:41:47

What else?

00:41:52--> 00:41:52

In this verse?

00:41:57--> 00:41:58

When Allah saw him

00:42:00--> 00:42:01

putting

00:42:03--> 00:42:04

in this verse meanings,

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obviously not. So someone took one of the other meanings of

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clemency.

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What sometimes, and we also discussed this example, or when we talked about the Arabic language.

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Sometimes it's clear from the car or from the context

00:42:31--> 00:42:34

that the literal meaning of the word is not what is meant.

00:42:35--> 00:42:51

We give an example of that what was the one that we gave more than one example? And what we talked about that time is it you have to keep in mind who reveal who the book who the speaker is, and you're listening to what data was revealed to him. So

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sometimes to understand that the the literal meaning is not actually what is meant

00:42:58--> 00:42:59

by the by the

00:43:01--> 00:43:06

by the text from me, the example we gave is this verse watain, as a mood enough, naka

00:43:09--> 00:43:10

obala movie

00:43:11--> 00:43:12

was the medium

00:43:15--> 00:43:18

in general, in the Arabic language, what's the medium

00:43:21--> 00:43:22

can see here.

00:43:27--> 00:43:29

The third thing I didn't talk about the

00:43:31--> 00:43:32

people who don't know everything.

00:43:34--> 00:43:35

So it means

00:43:36--> 00:43:38

someone who can see what's

00:43:40--> 00:43:44

here obviously is not hermosa doesn't mean the camel can see.

00:43:46--> 00:44:01

Man. So sometimes the car for the context makes it obvious that this is not what isn't. But because some people later time, they just put the verses by the meaning of the Arabic language without taking into consideration

00:44:03--> 00:44:08

other aspects. And so therefore, this is what led them to some mistakes.

00:44:10--> 00:44:11

And this is the example.

00:44:18--> 00:44:19

Know

00:44:38--> 00:44:41

and the question about both those trends.

00:44:44--> 00:44:45

You mentioned

00:44:46--> 00:44:55

you mentioned most of the mistakes and to see it come from suscipit io people to make it stand to see it. And these are the major trends that occurred

00:44:57--> 00:44:59

that led to those those mistakes.

00:45:03--> 00:45:06

Also some authors they write about what should be done

00:45:08--> 00:45:10

in the case of conflict between

00:45:12--> 00:45:19

which we talked about the Sigma food or or knuckling what has been narrated as the meaning of reverse

00:45:20--> 00:45:23

and to simplify what he has done,

00:45:26--> 00:45:29

what should be done in the case of conflict

00:45:30--> 00:45:33

between nottely pursuit

00:45:34--> 00:45:36

and instead or aplicaci.

00:45:42--> 00:45:50

As I said, this is something discussed by many of the people who write the book to see when my opinion they are wrong even to the system

00:45:52--> 00:46:06

because all of them, all of them, when they wrote about the suit, as we mentioned, also, it said one of the conditions for the Series B right, be accepted or perceived to be accepted as what

00:46:08--> 00:46:14

is this you follow the proper methodology you explain the Quran by the Quran was put on by headache headaches over?

00:46:15--> 00:46:17

So that's the case, how is there going to be this

00:46:19--> 00:46:19

contradiction?

00:46:21--> 00:46:46

And if the if they're claiming that this is the way to make it stand and proceed, then in fact, this kind of conflict between what is the result of the result results of what has never occurred? Because what are what is the narrated, set the parameters for the meaning of the verse, and within the parameters the person has to make use the head to spend the verse to his wisdom to display.

00:46:47--> 00:46:49

So in fact, this should never occur.

00:46:50--> 00:46:52

But let's assume

00:46:53--> 00:46:55

if it occurs to me What

00:46:59--> 00:47:03

if it occurs, it means that there's been a mistake made in the way.

00:47:07--> 00:47:13

In other words, the person didn't follow the proper methodology and making if he hadn't.

00:47:15--> 00:47:18

But in any case, the scope with the written discourse.

00:47:19--> 00:47:21

And let's assume that it's possible for

00:47:23--> 00:47:30

not only for what does the narrative as the property see from the Sahaba from the bonuses contradicts, contradicts

00:47:34--> 00:47:36

this by the way, before in a different

00:47:37--> 00:47:45

series of lectures, what should be done? What is narrated, Napoli contradicts what is

00:47:46--> 00:47:52

happening or what is determined by investigation and thoughts and what should be done.

00:47:54--> 00:47:55

Which one takes precedence

00:47:58--> 00:47:58

was

00:48:00--> 00:48:03

also happening is happening.

00:48:04--> 00:48:05

Nothing's in Napoli as long

00:48:06--> 00:48:08

without even doesn't come up.

00:48:10--> 00:48:11

We're not here to remind you that

00:48:12--> 00:48:13

course the answer is not

00:48:28--> 00:48:29

depends on which one

00:48:31--> 00:48:33

of them is more definitive.

00:48:35--> 00:48:37

So, you will have won a free case.

00:48:43--> 00:48:51

The first case were brought the athlete and the Nepali are and they disagree with Are there

00:48:53--> 00:48:54

any comments on the frosty

00:48:57--> 00:48:58

should be,

00:48:59--> 00:49:00

it is impossible.

00:49:01--> 00:49:06

It is impossible for what is definitive, what is confirmed without any doubt,

00:49:08--> 00:49:13

from Nepal or from what is transmitted to to contradict what is confirmed by any doubt.

00:49:15--> 00:49:18

Both of them, the source of both of them is

00:49:21--> 00:49:28

through revelation or through what is happening in the world. It is impossible for both them to be happy and to contradict.

00:49:30--> 00:49:31

So,

00:49:35--> 00:49:38

thinking one of them, either the

00:49:39--> 00:49:40

apple or the nothing

00:49:43--> 00:49:48

is definitive. There's no question about it. And the other is abundantly respected and have some data

00:49:49--> 00:49:51

in this case, which is

00:49:53--> 00:49:57

the one that is public, regardless of which one it might be

00:49:58--> 00:49:58

one does

00:50:05--> 00:50:07

No doubt about this, Greg without the needle,

00:50:10--> 00:50:12

for example, is supposed to

00:50:15--> 00:50:17

explain a verse of the Quran

00:50:18--> 00:50:20

was this explanation comes through Hosea?

00:50:22--> 00:50:24

There's no question that that's what he said explained that

00:50:26--> 00:50:29

this would be considered copy, there's no doubt about it.

00:50:30--> 00:50:33

Or there's a verse in the Quran that say related to saying

00:50:35--> 00:50:40

we see it happening nowadays in front of us. There's no question that this is what the person

00:50:45--> 00:50:47

that we prove, and we investigate, we see,

00:50:48--> 00:50:51

there's no way that those two by the way could come predicted that will

00:50:54--> 00:50:56

save the third case

00:50:57--> 00:50:58

was the third case.

00:51:01--> 00:51:02

Both of them within

00:51:03--> 00:51:05

them are not confirmed.

00:51:07--> 00:51:08

Without any doubt,

00:51:10--> 00:51:12

I mean, beyond beyond any level,

00:51:15--> 00:51:16

what do you do?

00:51:18--> 00:51:19

Give up.

00:51:23--> 00:51:23

What do you do?

00:51:31--> 00:51:34

Every every lecture we give we come up with a new model.

00:51:41--> 00:51:41

So

00:51:42--> 00:51:46

here's where as I said, this discussion doesn't make any sense.

00:51:48--> 00:51:50

Because what is the conclusion here? What should be done in this case?

00:51:52--> 00:51:55

Because what the different authors who discussed this topic is what

00:51:56--> 00:51:58

he said in the case the book

00:52:00--> 00:52:08

and they contradict one another that he had contradicts the null, then First, you must follow what has been authentically varied from profit.

00:52:09--> 00:52:17

And then what is authentic from the Sahaba? And then from the terrain, depending on according to the details that we discussed.

00:52:18--> 00:52:19

So in other words, what do you think?

00:52:22--> 00:52:25

You think, obviously, that he had was incorrect, didn't follow the right methodology,

00:52:27--> 00:52:33

which is what we said earlier that you will not find this conference unless there was a mistake made in the methodology.

00:52:35--> 00:52:36

So in fact, even dislocation

00:52:38--> 00:52:39

shouldn't occur.

00:52:40--> 00:52:41

Unless there was a mistake then.

00:52:42--> 00:52:50

So in other words, what what he's saying basically, is that the both of them are dummies, and you help to see which one has the stronger weight by external

00:52:51--> 00:52:52

source

00:52:53--> 00:52:54

includes us.

00:52:58--> 00:52:59

The knee

00:53:00--> 00:53:04

doesn't necessarily include the music.

00:53:07--> 00:53:09

They just gave it to them. So we wouldn't get into

00:53:11--> 00:53:12

it can prevent the beat you have to go back to

00:53:15--> 00:53:16

whatever can give you the details.

00:53:21--> 00:53:23

Final aspects about

00:53:25--> 00:53:28

DeRay are making he hadn't succeeded, is it

00:53:30--> 00:53:32

extensive, it is not something fixed.

00:53:33--> 00:53:36

In other words, the system changes with time in place.

00:53:38--> 00:53:45

As many, many people know the expressions that are first word changes with time in place. Well, it's talking about specific kinds of

00:53:47--> 00:53:58

different different kinds of legal rulings, legal rulings that are not based only on the source that are based on history that they change with them. The same is true with

00:54:02--> 00:54:08

this guy made two sigma change with them. There's nothing wrong with that there's nothing unacceptable.

00:54:17--> 00:54:17

The seven

00:54:28--> 00:54:28

question

00:54:31--> 00:54:31

system

00:54:38--> 00:54:39

just based on

00:54:41--> 00:54:47

what I said, if there's a there's a customer, there's not based on the source, but is it based on

00:54:48--> 00:54:52

the time not based on the source, then that can change and the same is true with

00:54:58--> 00:54:59

well conclusion. You need to

00:55:00--> 00:55:05

To remind us again that making HTM to suit is not a simple matter

00:55:06--> 00:55:11

requires someone who is a specialist. And as we talked about in the first lecture,

00:55:12--> 00:55:17

something very dangerous just to make the suit without the proper knowledge and background.

00:55:18--> 00:55:19

And the mistakes

00:55:21--> 00:55:27

are devastating. Because not only perhaps mislead yourself, but you also may mislead other people.

00:55:32--> 00:55:36

Any questions before about any of the sorts of procedures that you've been discussing since

00:55:37--> 00:55:39

I'm never finished?

00:55:43--> 00:55:43

Pretty much

00:55:47--> 00:55:51

those are the sources of deceit. Now, now we move on to

00:55:54--> 00:55:54

Oh, sure.

00:55:59--> 00:56:01

coming late, like two months later,

00:56:05--> 00:56:07

we discussed the sources of

00:56:09--> 00:56:12

in detail sources we discussed what

00:56:14--> 00:56:15

starting from the beginning going to

00:56:17--> 00:56:18

talk about this again, and then

00:56:19--> 00:56:21

we'll get resources put on

00:56:23--> 00:56:24

second source.

00:56:32--> 00:56:33

He's not interested in the

00:56:36--> 00:56:37

introductory

00:56:38--> 00:56:39

Quran some

00:56:42--> 00:56:43

semblance of the Sahaba

00:56:45--> 00:56:50

of the terrain. And we discussed whether or not that is the proof or not

00:57:00--> 00:57:01

seven years old with a

00:57:03--> 00:57:05

systems engineer

00:57:07--> 00:57:09

and practices of the People of the Book.

00:57:17--> 00:57:19

Those are the nine sources of proceeds that we discussed.

00:57:22--> 00:57:22

Well,

00:57:24--> 00:57:27

now we move on to the last, perhaps the most important

00:57:29--> 00:57:31

section of this series.

00:57:32--> 00:57:36

That is, any what we've been discussing so far,

00:57:37--> 00:57:40

has not actually been meant to be something just theoretical.

00:57:41--> 00:57:45

And so many times people study something, whether it's a

00:57:47--> 00:57:59

suit or whatever. And it remains just theoretical, as soon as they leave, they continue to misinterpret verses or, or use headings incorrectly, or something like that. And we want to make it more

00:58:00--> 00:58:01

more practical.

00:58:04--> 00:58:10

And the way we're going to do that is by discussing the last lecture in the last two lectures, whatever it may be,

00:58:11--> 00:58:15

I'm going to be discussing some of the verses of the Quran

00:58:16--> 00:58:20

which are misunderstood by a large number of people

00:58:21--> 00:58:22

in why we're going to discuss

00:58:24--> 00:58:27

why they misunderstood what's the source of the misunderstanding?

00:58:30--> 00:58:33

Of course, the conclusion was going to be the correct

00:58:37--> 00:58:44

one, well, this correction of misinterpretation is something very important. And in fact, we assume now the problem

00:58:45--> 00:58:55

we need to understand the Quran correctly. And to correct those people who miss understand, because as we talked about, I believe one time

00:58:57--> 00:58:59

and in the corners, the gains for life

00:59:02--> 00:59:03

where even if the Quran is there,

00:59:04--> 00:59:05

and it goes to the

00:59:07--> 00:59:12

Divinity here, if we don't understand it, it's not going to guide us through the stripper.

00:59:14--> 00:59:17

So we read the Quran, how many times you want to read it.

00:59:18--> 00:59:21

And we're still misunderstanding the verses we're looking to get together

00:59:23--> 00:59:26

for the problem Hamza Silliman so during his time,

00:59:27--> 00:59:33

he made sure that this other companions understood the Quran, and anytime they misunderstood it, he was correct.

00:59:35--> 00:59:40

When we gave examples of the premises in him correcting the Sahaba when they misunderstood verses of Quran

00:59:41--> 00:59:49

in the second, the third or fourth lecture, third lecture, we talked about the role of the summer.

00:59:51--> 00:59:56

The role of the summer in subsea, you brought many examples of the provinces in them

00:59:57--> 00:59:59

correcting misunderstandings of different verses.

01:00:00--> 01:00:03

grants by hisab. Can anyone give an example?

01:00:07--> 01:00:08

Yeah, we didn't give

01:00:10--> 01:00:11

this to

01:00:12--> 01:00:13

anybody give another example

01:00:17--> 01:00:18

related to others

01:00:24--> 01:00:25

the verse

01:00:26--> 01:00:31

saying that those who believe in do not mix their fate with any get with them.

01:00:32--> 01:00:37

Those are the people who will be security or safety and those are the right in the game.

01:00:38--> 01:00:50

The Sahaba misunderstood what is the meaning of Roman this verse are the promises in them explain to them that boom in this verse doesn't meet any kind of wrongdoing. But it means in particular ship, associating coordinate with

01:00:52--> 01:00:52

one another.

01:00:57--> 01:00:58

Otherwise, we could repeat the lecture.

01:01:05--> 01:01:08

That was one example from the broken promises and and what's another

01:01:17--> 01:01:18

was the third example.

01:01:30--> 01:01:30

We gave

01:01:31--> 01:01:34

another example, I think it was Sam about

01:01:36--> 01:01:38

when is it allowed to eat during Ramadan until

01:01:45--> 01:01:46

until the white

01:01:48--> 01:01:52

thread is a single black thread. So what it means thread

01:01:56--> 01:01:58

we give this also this

01:02:01--> 01:02:19

in practice, making sure that people understand it correctly. After the time of the problem, homelessness hilum. Also, the Sahaba also did their best to make sure that people understand the verses of the Quran correctly. And anytime they misunderstood any verse in the Quran, then they would correct.

01:02:20--> 01:02:26

We can bring many examples from the from the time of the Prophet premises. Now that mean from the sample have a

01:02:28--> 01:02:34

couple of those examples we've discussed already. And some of them we will discuss,

01:02:35--> 01:02:40

discuss in the next lecture because some of the same verses that were misunderstood during the demos

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are still misunderstood and misapplied today.

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inshallah we'll discuss also some of them, for example, have a look at

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what could explain the verse aligment possible.

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You have to take care of your own self and the one who was misguided he will harm you.

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But first thing that we have referred to now, actually, the patient has referred to on numerous occasions outside of

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what versus being misunderstood what he said. And he was a little bit sleeping on the resting when he heard them say it. He said you people are resetting that verse and taking it out of context, that verse was revealed, according to us.

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Maybe

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I'll just make one last point. No, shall I mix them with the store for some verses in the meaning? And that is one reason why this particular topic and correcting the misunderstanding the verse

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is so important

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is because when people take the verse in the Quran, and they misunderstand that thinking that they are following what is correct.

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And this means they'll stick to a completely because they think is correct.

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And it will never occur to their mind that perhaps is not correct the way they're following or the way they're applying that was. Well, this is why, for example, some of their disorders, they say,

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or innovation is more beloved to the shaitaan than a surveyor or the grandson

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is the one who follows better.

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He believes the property form is correct.

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As opposed to the one who commits the great sin. He knows that what he's doing is wrong, although he's doing maybe someday he'll wake up and he'll stop doing it. But the one who was following the bigger will never have any reason even to look

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To see what is wrong is wrong because he believes that what he's doing

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is right and that's the danger with with verses of the Quran when they're misunderstood and misapplied that people believe they understand them correctly. They're basing their life on a verse from the Quran.

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And there's no reason they see no reason for them to change anything because they think they're actually following the plan. But as we'll see, they're actually following, not with a put on the same but they're following

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an incorrect interpretation.

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When Sheila will see that for next time, we'll start the system some verses of the Quran, which are commonly misunderstood. Well, now we'll stop and answer any question you might have about any of what we've covered over the last four months.

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So far, we've done the theoretical part. Now with

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this one the vs was discussed.

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And as we discussed the worry

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when a question, like one in one of the better ones, however,

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this is a typical question. Let me turn off the tape.