Principles Of Tafseer Part 12

Jamal Zarabozo

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The last

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lecture will be the

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last

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lecture in the series

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quick,

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just took us about four months.

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last election, which I love, the nature of them will be quite different, or at least the topic I mean will be quite different as you all know from the previous lectures.

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Starting today inshallah, we will

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begin to apply some of the principles that we discussed before, the specific verses, and the verses that I have chosen, to play them to are basically verses that are oftentimes misunderstood, or misinterpreted, or taken out of context, or whatever the case might be.

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Actually, these are kind of easy lectures for me, because I'm just going to give you the verse intending to explain how it's misunderstood and how it was

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pretty much.

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Like, there's a number of verses I have

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recorded about 40 to 45 verses that are oftentimes used incorrectly. Of course, we will not go over them all challenges, maybe today and Thursday, we'll go over some of them. Some of them I think a lot of you are very well familiar with and appeared on many occasion, and inshallah we may not have to spend much time on on them. One of the points we want to see is that when a verse is misunderstood, we want to see what's the cause of the misunderstanding. Of course, the cause is always

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hidden

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in this course.

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So we thought we'll start with the one from sort of candidate, display the words so it was tough with this one.

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This one, as I said, in general, you'll all be familiar with and in fact, the history of this verse and how it's been explained so forth is so

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it's so clear. So obviously, very sad that unfortunately, people still have a tendency to misinterpret this versus from sort of made Evers 105

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Nadine M and widecombe on physical labor, either.

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Allah subhana wa tada says, Oh, you will believe that your own souls if you follow right, if you follow that, right ladies, no good can come to you. From those who straight. Yeah, you're letting me know.

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What the hell is this verse, something? Understood? Let's see if you have the right and

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as I said this versus historically is very well known, our good and what the correct meaning and unfortunately,

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sometimes some people miss

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better, we're ready to begin.

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What's the meaning of this verse sometimes misunderstood? What's the meaning of this verse?

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We will believe the charge of your soul within the right way which may be the way you understand is wrong but

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this one I think everyone's you know, how is it sometimes misused?

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And what what's the argument?

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And then we'll have a man refute that argument. And then we're asking what's the evidence for your argument?

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what's the what's the what's the waste Understood?

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If you don't have to make it make it as as good

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as you can.

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And you only care about yourself.

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Okay.

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only care about the women only care about me.

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Okay, Alec mementos from Alison Henrik data is telling us that we are responsible Desborough.

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And at the same time on this guy, this is the booth people who go straight we cannot promise.

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This means that our obligation is just to ourselves. Those people who go straight we have nothing to do with them. And they cannot tell us. If we're just responsible for our own selves also, this also means that we have no obligation to try to correct others

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and show them what is correct. What is what is incorrect to keep them try to keep them from doing wrong and so forth.

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By the way, this verse I think I might have talked about in one

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of the best

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had one

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remark not knowing the service.

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Now of mine,

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and by the way, almost all the verses that are misunderstood, again, with any teaching is them when it's misunderstood.

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Some very bad results can come from the misunderstanding. In this case, for example, people will argue that

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Muslims just have to take care of their own souls and they should not

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try to change other people they should not order what is good eradicate it with evil.

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No one is going to give us an elaborate in detail.

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What's your What's your response to that?

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If it was as elaborate than

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the good.

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Okay.

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Okay, their interpretation of this verse,

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For example,

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okay, one of the verses that you could say this explanation, contradiction is the verse from sort of the limit on which

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you are the best mores will maintain your target and eradicate evil.

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With the

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majority argument,

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I'm sure there's other

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what else

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also added to both being good and ready.

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But to be an answer to his?

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What could be an answer to

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explanation? I actually went through the exact cause of this regulation

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to prevent,

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in any way give an answer to

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the problem.

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The only possible answer, and it's a very weekend. So obviously,

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this verse somehow is abrogating those verses.

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And it goes

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by this verse. But of course, that's another topic I won't get into. But the explanation of this verse, as given by the Sahaba, themselves, will see that it is not it has not been abrogated, and their understanding of this verse, the understanding of this verses, almost you can say, practically the complete opposite of what

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their understanding that it means we don't have to eradicate evil, we just have to take care of ourselves, is practically the complete opposite of what this verse actually means that we can see in some headings, an explanation of some of this hover, and also the explanation of some of the latest scores. For example,

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it is recorded,

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and a report.

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And this is, by the way, one of those verses that was misunderstood during the time of

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the people, even the Sahaba, they noticed that some people are not quite applying correctly, but even still

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explained the correct meaning of

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the member

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and said, Oh people, you read this verse, Alec manku.

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And you take it out of context. He said, I heard I heard the Messenger of Allah say, if the people see an evil, and they do not change it, then Allah May inflict them all with a punishment.

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When another clip of also he said,

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similar people, you read a verse of the Quran and you consider it a license or permission, that allows no tougher verse was revealed.

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In all those books, what do you believe?

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Is the Bible you must order good and eradicate evil or Allah when all of you with a punishment from him

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whenever narrations someone said that he asked the provinces tell them about the meaning of this verse. And he said,

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pretty much he gave the same meaning.

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If you consider the wording of the verse,

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that you have to take care of your own souls and those who stray cannot harm you. And you consider

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what how abubaker didn't help. The problem promises cinemas drop actually explained the verse, you see that you get

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a different mean. Number one, as from what the book showed us is it

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is a responsibility on the Muslims that if they see wrong they have to change.

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They see wrong among them and they don't change it then I'll listen and it was Allah will inflict them with the punishment.

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So what does this mean with respect to the adverse outcome and

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some of the facility for example, recovery, he approaches it from one point of view.

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And then I'll go to how the normobaric

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appropriated, I didn't want any, that you have to take care of yourselves, and those who deviate or stray, they can affirm you. He said that if the Muslims take care of their obligation of ordering good and eradicating evil, in other words, if you fulfill your obligation,

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of ordering good eradicating evil, and doing your best to fulfill the commands of Allah subhanho wa Taala. This is how you take care of your own soul by fulfilling those obligations. And a common physical means fulfill the obligations which include ordering, good and eradicating. But when you order good and eradicate evil, if you don't have the power to change people, then if they don't listen to you, and they don't change, then they cannot harm you whatsoever.

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So the verse actually is talking about after you order good, eradicate evil, this is part of saving your own self.

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Well, after that, they don't listen to you, and they continue to fear them, they cannot harm whatsoever, you have fulfilled your obligation towards them, you have saved your own self, and what they do.

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And in

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in the statement, and nothing consistent with what we both have said and what the complete and so forth. And they even mentioned a book that he said that this is the toughest verse revealed by

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the book, he said, this is one of the toughest verses because it's the thing that you have to order good and eradicate evil in order to save yourself. And then if those people stray, they can.

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But he

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had he discussed it in more detail, perhaps we could see taking into consideration the floral arrangement.

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This is not directed to individuals to an individual. But this is saying and plural form, that you have to take care of your own self. Well even remember it By the way, what generation is.

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Now

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he's not from the Hubble for sure.

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That it is not from the

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from the terrain

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is from the

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from the next generation. But he says that,

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and it being the plural form. He says that you,

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you believers, have to take care of yourself by earning one another to do good and remain away from evil.

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Well, when you do that, when you believers do that, and you go ahead and you protect the religion, then the report will not be able to harm and it goes astray,

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they will not be able to harm you, if you In fact,

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are good and eradicate evil among yourself. So the verse

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in any case, the person is very clearly not a

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any kind of license to the believers that they are just responsible for their own selves, but it means that they're responsible for their own selves. And part of that responsibility is to order good and eradicate evil.

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Then if they were erratic or good and eradicate evil, then if people still straight there, they will not be harmed by them whatsoever. But if they fail, and that obligation is that will Booker pointed out that all of them will be

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will be punished by Allah subhana wa Tada. And as Mubarak said, this is

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opening also opening the door for the club to to destroy.

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Any questions about

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this is

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even on robotic interpretation and that means the believers have to

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the believers as a whole have to protect one another order good and eradicate evil among themselves, and preserve the religion and the religion on and protect the religion. When they do that, then the Kufa will not be able to have the way even a robotic

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interpreter.

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And he's, as I said, He's the only one who took into consideration the only one I could see that took in consideration the pro forma and in any case, the interpretation from imminent Mubarak and the explanation of the editing process in and of robocup. And it is no actual contradiction between. One is just taking the arguments a little bit further.

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There was I think, actually, that's a very

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was misunderstood during the time of the Sahaba. If you look at look at any book of the sea or any book of edits, you will see

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that the way it has been misunderstood by some people is completely incorrect, you will not find any book of giving that explanation. So therefore, there is no, virtually no,

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no excuse really for people to misinterpret that verse.

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Nowadays, unfortunately, in the English translation,

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and commentary,

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besides not really maybe a very good explanation of it for many of the verses many of the translations, they simply translate the verse without giving any explanations that leaving the door open for

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for misunderstanding, and especially depending on how well or how poorly they may have

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any question about that verse?

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The first verse, this is the sort of the

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first 105105 105

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we haven't done, we haven't

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done

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we'll do that verse next.

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Leave that for now. You just made me decide what verse to do after this.

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The next verse is the important verse for nowadays.

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Sort of

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verse 125, but he wants to hear the explanation first and then decide whether you want to write it down.

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What is the verse

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hated when you when you recite a verse from your memory and someone asks you what's sort of sorted okay? Then they ask you what verse number.

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Not everyone is familiar up because and Hekmati will vary with

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this verse, specially in the United States is very important because

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to make Dell in the United States, of course, is one of our highest priorities. So how to make out? What is some of the Quranic commands and add in commands from the problem from the system concerning Dell? It's important that we go to the Quran and find out what is the best way to make Dawa and many times this verse is,

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is quoted

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us, saying how we should make out what are some of the ways that this verse is quoted? What's the meaning, for example of

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the verse? This is the use of values transition?

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And right, all the way of the Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching. And are you with them in ways that are best?

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So how is this verse use of

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continuing? I mean, you've heard a lot nowadays, when talking about doubt. We hear it even here in this month when we have any program related to Dell.

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You're saying this is how some people

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are saying this is your understanding. And

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some people take hikma more that it hasn't had any intention of meaning.

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Being flexible,

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being flexible, and you being willing to show Islam the way that the people like it, and maybe and of course, this would be the worst thing to compromise.

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And what sometimes even we see people when they give talks about Islam,

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even they make statements which are complete lies above

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all in the name of God.

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To give examples,

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they're well known

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or sometimes also this is used as

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if something is done wrong, then it's a kind of Hekmat to be quiet and not to attack it not to say this is wrong. This goes against.

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Also sometimes they say that,

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especially when talking to the prefer. And if you say for example, many people unfortunately when they make down the United States, they are very reluctant or they will not say that they are going to the hellfire.

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need to listen to many of the talks making Dallas

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To 79 states, they will not say that.

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And if that's devoted, they'll try to give some kind of question and some kind of response. And very far away from the truth. And their argument is Alyssa kind of went to Allison

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to preach with wisdom and beautiful pitch, when it goes against

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what to tell people that they are, for example, going to the Hellfire if they don't

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if they don't

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accept this

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any response to those

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uses of this term of this verse?

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No.

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Let's talk more generally.

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And it was any any response? What's the meaning of hekla? mining?

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Okay, that's the only meaning of it

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linguistically, it has more meaning.

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So what

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is the meaning of segments?

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Really

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a different kind of way. for that.

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You had to think?

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Well,

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what's the meaning of what's the meaning of the mind let that happen? Anytime you guys get too close to what is Chris and I go to

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beautiful feature,

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close enough beautiful feature, please visit the

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site. But if I go, for example,

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give a lecture on this campus.

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And I mentioned in that lecture, for example,

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that unless you people open to the coupon, unless you people change and believe in Allah, and except what Allah Subhana Allah commanded you to do and so forth.

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This means that you are going to go to the Hellfire if you know the truth, and the truth

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is that going against more doesn't happen,

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then

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I can assure you if I do it, and I come here, some people will come to me after the election See, this is wrong. attitude.

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Yeah, he says, Yeah, he will be scaring people away.

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The meaning of ECMO, if you go to the dictionary, to go to the linguistic meaning of ECMO is to reach the truth, by knowledge, and rational,

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rational.

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So

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linguistically, it means janicoo. strive to achieve the truth.

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So obviously, if you're giving a lecture about Islam, and what you're saying about Islam isn't true. was enough techno

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by hikma? Well, first of all, by the way, the

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as we all agreed upon the verses telling us how to make doubt, go into civilian optical

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design, here's what kind of

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every time I come to a question related to urban planning, absolute sense.

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The understand and in other words, the way to make ECMO the way to make Dallas through this one is through hekla, which is me trying to achieve the truth by him and by rational,

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the meaning of mariza.

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Go to any, go to a seminar, go to any dictionary, and you will find one aspect of it being stressed.

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The meaning of it is he exhorted him.

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He admonished him

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or warn him,

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he put him in the fear. He exhorted him to beat him. He commanded him to be

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he gave him good advice, and

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he reminded him of the results of this. He reminded him by informing him of that which should make the heart end and he reminded him of that which is soft in this art, by the mention of reward and punishment,

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and why that includes all sorts

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of warning the person

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If he doesn't change if he doesn't do what is right, what will be the result?

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as well as telling him that if he does what what is right, what would be good results, and more either includes both was the report when Allah subhanaw taala things to make doubt by using these two

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hedmark was Margaret and Hudson. And he This means that we have to first of all, our goal is to show what is the truth and to give convincing arguments about the truth. What is the truth and secondly, to not just give them good time words to bring them but also to warn them that if they don't follow what is correct, this will be

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the result.

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This is now from the from linguistic point of view. This is the meaning of hikma and this is the meaning of mine.

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But then we'll hopefully with respect to this, this verse, they take it a step even further. And many of them which is a summary, he says the meaning of Heckman, this verses were

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not the first

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any more general you get you get the answers which are given to

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me

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the meaning of picking my hair is what Allah subhana wa tada has revealed.

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So he writes that hikma is the revelation of Allah was inspired to to you or Mohammed because it is first of all come into the system, and his book that is revealed to you.

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Meaning that

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any hikma is not necessarily just wisdom. And that's the problem with this verse in the United States is that hekla is usually in almost every translation, perhaps every translation is always translated as wisdom.

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Wisdom could mean what and it's a very big term with wisdom to me may not be wisdom to you, in calling people to sell. More specifically, as I said, the books associate this is a summary of them. And the others, they mentioned that first and foremost refers to what has been revealed to the public from necessity, meaning that when you make Bella, you should use the arguments

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you should use with Alyssa Pena with data as revealed to the problem common sense and the arguments found in the Quran. The way of approach of the Quran because this is the best way of approaching these are the best arguments that we'll go through human nature and bring them to Islam. So the first meaning of Heckman to call the way we'll look at the hikma means to go to the Quran, and to use what the Quran has, has been revealed. proofs in berhane work

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or argument arguments and proofs against

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what is an alloy that has an according to authority in him to do and others also means that when you give them wider,

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which includes both as I said, it was for him, but even that it should be the kind of either are the kind of expressions the kind of variable that Allah subhana wa tada has given us in the form to show us what's the difference between this person who was captured and this person who's a believer, and both in this life and hereafter and so forth? Well, if we go through the example of the of the problem,

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we go to the example of the Sahaba. When they make when they make doubt, they applied this verse.

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And the way it's supposed to play, for example, when the problem is a synonym,

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wrote

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to the emperor of Rome.

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What did he rise to the emperor of Rome?

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Was diversity.

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A Well, he was the verse from sort of the early modern wood verse number,

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which says,

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if people have the book come to the belief or the word or the statement that is common between us that there's no one to be worshipped except Allah.

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And then he wrote me that if you don't accept it, you will have not only your own sins, but the sins of all the people of Rome who you missed.

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When hekla might have had

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similar when the people when the Christians of Nichiren came to Medina, with the process and in recent

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work, you read basically mostly gibberish to them.

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Well, when the hover went to have a senior when they made the senior

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and they made down to the ruler of a city when they asked them for example, what do people believe about Acer? What do people first yes in general, what do people believe? And then secondly, when the people that the senior citizens when the when the poorest people in service people are saying things better

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So

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what did the Sahaba do?

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They read to the ruler.

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Well, this is the way from exam.

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If we really wants to make bows, we want to be successful in making doubt. let them handle it, Dionysus bowl and to the way of the Lord, the tekmar, there again can burn this data. And it is the best way the the way that you will be successful is

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by going to the foot on understanding the Quran and understanding the arguments of the Quran. And using those arguments that are less than what God has revealed to

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us also by giving them more than half an hour, which means

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telling them what will happen to them if they accept the religion, telling them what will happen to them if they reject the religion and saying it in such a way that their hearts will respond to

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what you what you have given for this, this particular verse, especially in the United States, is

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really any just taken unbelievably out of its correct meaning.

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If you if you if you hear how some people interpret the United States, and you go through how this

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interpreters as well as the standard books, you'll find that there's a big difference between

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and one of the problems, unfortunately, is because all of the translations

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do not do a good job of explaining.

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All of them for example, translate hikma simply as wisdom, and more that hasn't had beautiful preaching or fair exhortation

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without really discussing what those what those words really mean. And in fact, some of them

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if you read their interpretations, it is almost unbelievable.

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Example of the latest of adding,

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when talking about how to code the way of Allah, saying that we have to

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use more either

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one of the things that he says

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preaching must be was must, must be

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not dogmatic,

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not dogmatic, dogmatic,

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dogmatic.

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dogmatic.

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pragmatic means what if your state's pragmatic, dogmatic means you stick to a belief.

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For example, the the Muslims are dogmatic people because we say the Quran is the truth. And this truth will never change. And we don't believe in any other truth. Someone who's pragmatic will say, yes, this is true for now we might it might change in the future. We might be willing to change

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places and make them grow. We should not be dogmatic.

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I don't know what he means by that.

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Very confusing thing, but the problem is, is can be easily evening, Mr.

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Any questions about the verse before we get

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behind

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might differ from person to person, and they will teach him or from time to time.

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This could change but the hell does it change?

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Somebody might be willing to accept my other with Dino he would be rejected.

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Yeah, I mean, it's open somewhat, but not in the way that is been interpreted.

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hikma as the moccasin says to us the arguments of the Quran to prove the existence of Allah and the fact that we have to build and so forth.

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And you might use one particular argument on the Quran, somebody else might use somebody else for two different people or to different circumstances. Nowadays, we might express a little bit differently than they did during the hubbub. But the point is that pigma means to try to achieve the truth. Even using what a certain person.

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Yeah, that's not. That's not

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the summary. But that's not what the meaning of the mean, here doesn't. It's not talking about wisdom and to use this verse of use that was, but here's the thing, what is the what is the knowledge? What are the arguments that we're going to use? We choose from those arguments, you know, under different circumstances, when the people of Israel came to

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to the problem Hamsa Selim, when he wrote to them, sort of element on remand deals with them, we didn't read to them, you know, sort of dealing with the wizard again, or

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In

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the same with the case with the hero to improve, but what is what are the sources that we use what they're What does the information that we give? It is based on what has been revealed.

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So it's not actually talking about the verse isn't talking about delivery?

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I think that's

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misunderstood. That's not actually what the verse is talking about.

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The first thing that what is the thing that you use

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within the system for the arguments or the or the knowledge base?

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Live, it also means that you include all three times

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telling them what

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Sergei was, he was saying it in such a way that their hearts will.

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What is its simplicity in the stress that it means the pain of passages and so forth that Allah subhanaw taala uses?

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It's actually speeded

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up with technology more other than

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the present, even Jamie's interpretation is depends on who you're talking to.

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For example, if someone is

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he's a believer,

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and his heart is good. And he was just making some mistake, in his case, it is sufficient just to give him the detail from

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the evidence, the knowledge is given the room for example, if if he is someone else, any who is a believer, but and he is very weak, and he's following

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his desires of us and so forth, this is the one you need more than that.

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Well, if he is careful,

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or a completely

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president, he doesn't accept the truth, then you use it as an organization. But also Brazilian Institute, he makes the same point that we're talking about two things.

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Tao is with Padma was

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the DAP refers to.

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And Hickman with Moses, and

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this is different from the cloud, which poses were dead is something that he

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detail or the argumentation This is just knocked out. This is just to establish the budget.

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It didn't save McDowell, but Heck no and Martha's and Hutton, I wouldn't be that wouldn't

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make it McDowell with these two, we're just different.

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That's another point of diversity

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model

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is starting by

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December there

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is no contradiction.

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No different universes.

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Easy things in this house.

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The first one says, what did you get this? says hekla which is the argument that you're going to give them

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which means to put in such a way that he would change this

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doesn't say start easy. And

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I understand this is different when you start by

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taking

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them then by the sun this is

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I mean, what's the relationship?

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Nothing.

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But the

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means to actually go out and change them.

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I don't mean that they forced but I mean, you actually go change, for example, to see someone drinking alcohol and you have the ability to go and take it from him and throw it down.

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Toilet or something. You have that ability to do it then you do

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that

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that

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person was coming in with it.

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No.

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Actually, we complemented each other. First of all,

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you tried to change by force. Yeah, that's true. I mean,

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don't just go.

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You go and you change.

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The headache you're referring to is talking about someone in different circumstances ability.

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For example, if I have some control or some authority over you, I can tell you to stop. Don't do that. And if

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if I have power over you doing

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so that is actually stopping it by by my hand

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simply because of my power over you. But I don't have that power over you. And I cannot for example, order you to stop

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and stop you physically, if necessary, then I can just tell you

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start to work. In some circumstances, you might not even have that ability. And then you can just take the thing in your heart

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The way

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you will

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limit

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Ladies

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and

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gentlemen,

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robot on medeski MOBA is tasty,

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tasty, moldy and method.

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Let's move to verse.

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Verse 44.

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verses

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that model in a nested disability within zone and political once in saloon, and for this afternoon.

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The translation as given by

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the least of it, do you enjoy, like congrats on the people and forgive to practice it yourself? And you have to study the Scripture, will you not understand

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this verse?

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Oftentimes, it's used with another verse, which is completely unrelated to it, but I'll mention it.

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Because it's the citizens oftentimes used with it.

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Yeah, even though the nominal you met the pool owner.

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And it's also used in conjunction with the eight of the promises and then

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from the party.

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The end a lot of

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headaches and partying with someone is being thrown into the Hellfire where the people come around him. And they say, no, what this happened to you isn't good, and so forth. And he said, Yes, I already do to do good, but they did not do it.

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A display are usually taken together or

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sometimes Taken together, sometimes individually, to prove what

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the correct?

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No, no, unless you

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maybe a correct interpretation is not the one

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thing.

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If you do something wrong, you don't have to tell people don't do

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any response to that.

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The correct interpretation, if not one,

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will begin another elaborate, detailed repetition with references, but no

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one's going to and I've had a couple messages

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saying that if you're doing something wrong, you don't have to tell the people that we're seeing and you are the first one that you have to forgive this thing that you think is the dumbest.

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So you're taking the most I can don't tell the people since you

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Do

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you have to do

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it? What?

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Have you ever dealt with both of us that you have to

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handle data or does this to do something either put on or too heavy.

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They tend to he will explain how to fulfill that obligation.

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In other verses, and you'll give conditions for that obligation that someone could argue that all of those verses that tell us to order good and eradicate evil are conditioned by this verse.

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Let's discuss this topic in more detail. And then we'll get to the, to the work.

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Related to this.

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I'm going to add the scores when they when they discuss this verse.

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They make many points about ordering good and eradicating evil.

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When general we can say that Muslim, when it comes to marijuana, and mooncup.

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As for obligations, and come to Oregon good and eradicate evil, he has four obligations,

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he has the obligation to order himself to do good.

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And he has an obligation to keep themselves from doing evil.

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And he has the obligation to order others to do good.

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And the obligation to keep themselves from doing

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anything to keep others from doing so for basically for opposition for themselves for themselves, to learn and stay with me and towards others or to them to do good, and or others to stay away from these are these four are

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mutually independent.

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And in the sense that if one of them is not being fulfilled, that doesn't mean that the person is no longer liable or responsible for performing the other obligations.

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And in fact, this is the way it is with almost all of the laws is that if someone doesn't fulfill one obligation, it doesn't mean that he doesn't have to fulfill that obligation.

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If, for example, someone doesn't pass the month of Ramadan,

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does that mean he doesn't have to pray or it doesn't have to make

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the same. The same kind of argument is used by the multiplicity when they when they discuss

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this verse.

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The proof is there mutually independent, is somewhat of a logical proof plus also, we'll get to what this verse actually

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and help me understand.

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The meaning of the logical group, of course is this as

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mentioned,

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we know from the headings and promises then then the over human being

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since

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if it were the case that no one is supposed to radically evil,

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unless they themselves don't commit any evil or no one is supposed to order good and as the themselves

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fulfill all the good then, of course, they will not be able to

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will not be able to fulfill this man or no one in fact, would be able to citizen and this was a statement by side in

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one of the survey.

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He said if a person does not order good or eradicate evil until he himself has no mistakes and nobody would order good or eradicate you.

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I'm not talking about

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data points to hold you responsible.

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I mean, it's almost bandwidth that is going to hold you sinful if you tell someone not to drink alcohol.

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Are you committing and

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I don't drink Did you say I don't get off of

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YouTube

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and say

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hey, what's that mean?

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means that they feel they do something but they don't do it.

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Again, for example, imagine they don't have enough. They claim to pray, but they don't pray they claim the best of the best.

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It means that they can still claim something that they don't do.

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When

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you tell people

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do something, and we are so

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actually

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saying

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that if you wanted to do something and you don't

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know

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if you claim to do something that you don't do,

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suppose I drink alcohol and I see for example, my son drinking alcohol,

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but I do

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you think Alo would punish me if I tell my son don't drink it, because I want to get my son to it as well. If I have a weakness, if I'm making a mistake, I should not

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compel them and mistake by not going in other words wrong.

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In America,

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I don't mean to claim something that they themselves don't do that. I am a believer while he's not a believer. But I am I pray and I give the kinds of work when he doesn't

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go through the book.

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Right?

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He is if he's picking up on I don't know, pick up all my life.

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If I'm a father, and I'm drinking alcohol, and I know

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and I see my friends drinking alcohol,

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you think that is going to punish me if I tell my son don't drink alcohol?

00:52:34--> 00:52:34

He doesn't

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listen and other people not to do it or don't listen and not illegal to start when we find out.

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For sure, even if he does

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more harm than you think.

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No, no, no, nothing to do when someone is well known for bringing in

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other people not to drink.

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There might take the business side, he knows what drinking is all about. And

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the point is, you have you have the obligation

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that you have to tell other people and when we get to By the way, the last point

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if you

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don't do it

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now you have all the options of

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whether you do it or don't do it.

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And you know when you found out

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like last thing

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people are doing

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but because

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they were presenting themselves as it were very pious people very strong believers.

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That is like yeah, that is like showing themselves to be the best believer and they're

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another one words is showing themselves to be strong believer while anyone just say like that they are nothing

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other than they know that they can do something. And they will say that okay, no other is good because they say the song and that was good, but they were shocked because they do. But it's not. It's not that it says oh, this is good because they do

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too.

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But that's for that's for the individual

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Until then if you see someone else doing something wrong and even if you do it then you know you do

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think about

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either you don't say anything because you also do it through you allow that person to do wrong. Is that good?

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Or are you telling yourself that even though you're doing it

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or or for you, you're you're

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obligated by law

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to issue

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the point is, you're still wrong for committing this sin and Alyssa Hannah with data me. But if you for the thing that you're committing that are listening with data is not going to punish anyone, for killing someone to do what is right.

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To tell the person that you're doing that you mean that?

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You thought this would be

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if you think of myself and say, Look, I know what you're doing. I do it I've done it

00:56:08--> 00:56:12

might be something else. But even then if you commit a sin and all of us within with Allah keep the secret. You should also keep

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someone who does it. We're not talking about some

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other people

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from what point of view, as a footballer and so forth, as somebody else but as the obligated to tell that person?

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Which is possible?

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Because

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this is wrong.

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What's your what's your proof with it? Is this this is just saying that if you know is wrong,

00:57:05--> 00:57:08

you should also take yourself in you're required to practice on

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your own, you're still required to place yourself if you know what's wrong. You should you have to apply to yourself. How can you tell other people not to do it?

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And you yourself, do it? Well, you know what's wrong? This is what Allah will punish you for this, you know what's wrong.

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And you're even telling people that it's wrong, and you know, it's wrong, and you're still doing it.

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This is what Alyssa without and not the action of telling other people not to do it. That's not what I'm referring to. But it is talking about the fact that when you know what's wrong, and you still do it alone,

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that many of this version of the meaning of the

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well, this verse was revealed, referring to whom

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the hood

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was about the

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specific

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kind of

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injuries

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on the net the Divinity within celadon political winds to learn and keep up and that

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was revealed when referring to him, that if you knew this,

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this was this was revealed.

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It was revealed

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in reference to the Jews of Medina,

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the scholars of the Jews of the Medina Medina, who read the Scripture, who recognize the Prophet Mohammed said,

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some of them used to tell in secret some of their relatives become Muslim, that that is the true prophet was in itself.

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So you think almost no dad is blaming them for telling people to become Muslim.

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This verse, obviously Allah subhanaw. taala is not blaming the Jews, for telling people to become listening. But Allah blaming them because they know what's right and what's wrong. And

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that's what this verse is talking about. That's the meaning of this verse. It doesn't mean that if you're not doing what's right, that you you're not surprised or other people to do what is right or wrong, no one will hold you you'll be committing a sin if you tell someone to stop What's wrong,

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but I'll let them handle it that is reminding you yourself that since you know what's wrong, you yourself should stop and if you don't stop within Allah to punish you, but Allah is not going to punish anyone, for ordering someone to do what is right.

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This is something else you don't know about the style of health mcdow

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Something else isn't an obligation upon you, even if you drink alcohol, but if you see someone

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who drinks alcohol,

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you may not be if he knows you drink alcohol may not listen to you. Yeah, that's true.

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But to say that it's not your obligation. But some of the stories they said, if we're drinking done sitting up the hall, and you take a sip and hand it to your friend, you should tell them don't drink.

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Even to that point, this is and you just drank and you gave it to them, you should tell them don't bring it up.

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Even in that situation, this is

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shirtless Giuliani that if he sees you drinking, he may not take you very seriously.

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But your obligation even like residency obligations to film.

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The birth has nothing to do with the nominal,

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the nominal.

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And if we have dealt with the sister when it's completely unrelated, if you read this verse, completely unrelated to this, even

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Are you joking?

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We just finished discussing the gruesome details, which your point about, nonetheless, you pointed out, let's see. And then tell everyone and then tell everyone, what's your What's your

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relationship? Hey,

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we just picked it up versus something before you.

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thing, he'd ordered them to do good and he didn't do it.

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Let them handle it does not punish him for

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that he did not do it themselves. Not that he was ordering others to do. He was not doing it themselves.

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There's a big difference between the two.

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And I give the example of if I see my son drinking alcohol, you think, punish me for telling him not to drink alcohol? No, no offense me for drinking alcohol.

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And this, unfortunately, is

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one of those verses.

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That verse especially if you keep in mind for the voiceless specifically revealed concerning

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the Jews killing his relatives, to embrace them while they don't think

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anyone can imagine that unless the kind of data will punish anyone for sending someone else to embrace it.

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But he will hold them responsible. Why didn't you embrace

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these samples?

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You want to continue

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but let's go to another verse. Let's look at the other contribution what's the next step?

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contribution. So

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this has been slow to use it

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will not

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be

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V Hello Matt and Rob ohana, Rafi.

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Now,

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it this is verse 24, from sort of usage on page 62. Because I said he has good

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as a good transition so they cannot resist.

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But how is this verse understood by many people? The story is the woman was trying to seduce us

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I was just going to say this among many Arabs I don't know if it's because of the way they teach you English in English send a zero if you if you serve them related to

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girlfriend and relations and this they understand this but if you give them a phone related to be there, no idea what the lesson doesn't contain.

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And it's trying to

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trying to

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economic think of another word

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for this

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lesson and what that is talking about that time and he she deserved.

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And then this verse

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talks about what was his, his response will be

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via

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this verse, even in the book,

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heard this verse oftentimes

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he thought about

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many books of the serial readers this way, that she desired him.

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And he also

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he also desire to

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know

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the well is what?

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The way they read

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this conjunction, and he she deserted him, and he does.

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What did the the proof or what is the story that they usually give

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the police officers

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and they base it on some idea,

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some stories that have no

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just the authenticity to them, that are from the Jews and Christians, and the books of the Jews and Christians, Australia. And they give it in many ways.

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One that he was going to he was just about to happen, unfortunately.

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And he was just about to have sex with her. And then he saw a picture of his father

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that somehow made him stop.

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other books associate or an associate and other narrations that he was just about as this wizard and then he saw the verse of the Quran prohibiting

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another one said that he was just about to have sex with her and then he saw the angel Gabriel, who struck him

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and when he swept him on his back this removed his desire

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hey, yeah, this is what they're saying. What was the what was the proof? Was that it was the thing is the other one super Coronavirus, the other ones that are the other narrations

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they've

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come across this one I didn't notice it was a quick

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but what's the problem with the with the

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what's the basic problem?

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Okay, the syrup itself.

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Also, anyone one of the one of the things that we talked about the principles of Sapir and Mickey's head Institute is that the school is the one who's making them consider whether what was one of the sciences, or what's one of the best is of knowledge that we have to have

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to go forward.

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Related to this, he also has to have knowledge of Africa

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also has that knowledge of Africa and many of the mistakes that you'll find this year is one the one who's making the secede is weak in when it comes to the sense of people who believe in what their Muslim supposed to believe.

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What's the relationship now between what I just said and the wording

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but let's go on anyway. This one is right yet there's no the end of the story has no foundation for it. It's not to overstate

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Okay, and it will stick with it with respect to our data. What's wrong with the way the

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NBA India I think they are Muslim. Okay, they're protected from committing grave sins, but he didn't commit it.

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They also protected from

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having more or thinking about

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not just the actual doing the process and then we'll try to do it and it would be kept from doing it. But even they're kept from thinking about and trying to do

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or the book for that you can find in the books.

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So therefore, this explanation that they give as well number one, the source is inaccessible and it violates

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principles of ethics.

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Another explanation that you

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find in

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other books if the fear

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is that the role again, the conjunction.

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But here, they say that the hammer the what he thought

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was something else.

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And here's the way they

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interpreted

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is that the humble what he thought about doing was not having sex with her.

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But he thought about striking her for what she was doing to hit her fighter. And the behind the probe that you saw and evidence

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from Revenue Service word is that, and it's not proper for a man to stake a woman, especially when that woman is the wife of her of his man,

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you will find that explanation.

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This explanation is better than the first one. But from my point of view, there is no harm or no thought from use it to have intercourse with.

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An institution might not finish writing down write down words.

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This is final form over here.

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30 of us

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what's the problem with that? Is there any problem with that?

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The last one, the first one we discussed?

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The

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most of

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you have been with us It wasn't

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wasn't.

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In many cases, if you go to the books,

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you will find that before and after

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they were predicted from

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those examples you get

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an apartment.

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The

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point of view is any problem.

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The idea this is not good for mesocycle

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especially when the woman wife is messy. This is him mean.

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Like no. This is the thing that he thought about doing.

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The thing that you thought

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the only problem was that

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there's no proof what was

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what did you come up with that

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afternoon

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without any evidence

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that doesn't refer to as in sexual intercourse. But where did you get the idea that the header and the footer

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is mentioned for a woman

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is probably the best.

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And it takes into consideration was that at that point of view and the fact that there has to be some evidence for the fear. And thirdly, it used to be Arabic language

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is what you take into consideration all three of the evidence

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that Buddha has to be correct.

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And Arabic.

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I

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keep

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seeing it. There's two parts to it First of all, the role in this case

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while conjunction necessarily.

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Can you read it? Look at how much v wahama we have known.

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If that's the case, then the wall is not

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the bureau row

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and you should stop stop we'll be back. And even most of the most of the books most of the topics that are most appealing to the scientists.

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What is the general

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English you have enough

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This means

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that

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the masses are moving in on it.

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And if it were not for

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the

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evidence from his Lord he would have.

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So in other words, there's no use.

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There is no such thing as

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he would have had some, some desire for something, if it weren't for

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the evidence from his own. But now the problem is what isn't

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is what

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a man is believed in all that

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keeps him from

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Arabic, it is good, because this number

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is a little bit difficult. But in any case, based on after the point of view, Arabic language, and the fact that there should be some evidence for what you're saying, This is definitely the best suit of three.

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The first one, of course, is completely rejected.

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The second one, the only problem is there's no real evidence. And the problem with this

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is it ends up in a lot

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among the Jews,

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and

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their whole system is, is that when people start to think that even the peasants might use them in a

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system that you find lots of profit fooling around?

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I think even

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when people start thinking about even the purpose that they did this or they thought about this, and it has an effect, has an effect on the people who think that okay, the purpose is that or the public thought about doing it. So therefore, it's not that bad or

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it's excuse me, and so for this even

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again, even on this,

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on this verse, which is related to something in history and has a message related to our food is important. Even these kinds of verses that we make sure that we understand them properly. As I mentioned, as I mentioned earlier, every verse we misunderstand can lead to many

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mistakes in our beliefs and applications.