Principles Of Tafseer Part 6

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From the left hand, the lower left.

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But

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this is know the six of you who missed one or two along the way, love the sixth of our series. Unfortunately, for many reasons, it's been some time since the last one, I

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think we should review what we covered in the last one. And we begin the topic.

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And we begin

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begin the topic of the of the Arabic language and its relationship to

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it at the end of last, the last lecture,

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we discussed for example, the nature of the Arabic language, and its role in actually

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spreading the meaning of the Quran. So,

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we also pointed out the

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end of the Quran, as Ron itself says, is in fact,

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an Arabic language, vocabulary, the grammar, the style and so forth are all part are all consistent with the Arabic language. And finally, we made the point that the Arabic language

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that it was revealed, it was the Arabic language of the time of the problem.

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And we give one example, we gave some examples of how languages change over time. We gave one example,

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kind of an important example, abroad, what did it mean during the time of the Prophet settlements? And what did it mean? What did it mean now,

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I quoted

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from reading a book about this was during the time of the Prophet says, tell them what to tell me.

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For example, or summer is a

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new job or some people say the collection

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and eliquid has any data means any the stores or plants and also collected sometimes that term was used for both stars and planets.

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We mentioned that and he later began to have a different meaning as we saw on some translations of the Quran, meaning the

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zodiacal signs, which are from the Greek and have

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a relation to astrology,

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astrology is working

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well before we talk,

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what to give some examples of how important it is

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to know Arabic language in order to

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really know

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Well, actually, many of the deviations interfered many of the mistakes that have occurred into fit over the years.

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Because of the average length

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and this is,

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this is true for two reasons.

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Number one,

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any people who have weak or poor Arabic language and when they read the Quran, sometimes they get the wrong meaning from

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Allah will give an example of that,

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but even more dangerous,

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even more dangerous is over the years, people have especially added bigger

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and without they could not

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any they were stuck with the foot on any they could not deviate from the Quran.

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Or the Quran for the most part is clear.

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Some of them tried to forge headed for even though they were not really possible and not really strong

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and able to do that on a large scale. So what they tried to do instead is try to use the Arabic arguments in there to see to change the meaning of

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that many of them, Yanni the the interpret luperon.

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And he claimed to use Arabic arguments, arguments of grammar, arguments of vocabulary and so forth. And in such a way as to

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distort the true meaning of the

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Well of course, this is in addition to other groups like the paucity of groups and those people who would claim that the esoteric or the bottom meaning of the Quran, is different from the exoteric or bohemian Quran, or those are mostly Sufi and Shia and he they disregard it completely, of course the Arabic of the Quran, they had no concern with that.

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For example, according to work near What's the meaning of will

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not ablution of washing

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will do for them

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will do for them. Well, of course depends on which there are many procedures that you might look at Mitch which of their many explanations, but would offer them is having loyalty to the man.

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Suffering Marwa referred to the Prophet Mohammed says them and refer to him as he

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jinda means what?

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I think I mentioned this

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in the to them means being free of any obligations.

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Well, hell and not

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having to feel some obligation.

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Similarly,

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the higher law, but I love the founder of the behind.

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He claimed that the terms in the Quran such as Surat, the keratin, cm and Hudson Kava, interrupt mean their literal meanings, but instead they refer to the men.

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And in many examples of this May, we're not really concerned with them, because these people, any they have no concern, they don't care what the Arabic of the Quran has.

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To them, there's no relationship between the esoteric meaning of the Quran and the exoteric meaning, or the bottom meaning of the Quran, and there's no relation. So no, they are not actually an important group. As I said, more importantly, are those people who interpreted the Quran incorrectly because of lack of knowledge in the Arabic language, and those who try to play with the Arabic language to support their innovation? Well, we gave one example, I think, in the first lecture, a group of people who were trying to anti distort really the Arabic language in their interpretation of the Quran, when we talked about some of them as the left

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and their interpretation of the survey.

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And

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according to them,

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Health Cover which according to Anderson ojima, these are the people who commit the great sin.

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What does that look about them if you remember, and what's their proof?

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And they're like everything that I say, and according to them I had to provide. These are the ones who have patients, and they performed.

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When the helicopter isn't

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any

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better, they tried to, they tried to enter their false beliefs and put on by reinterpreting the plan. And as I said, one of the ways that they tried to interpret the Quran was by using what they claimed Arabic language. Now, this is unfortunate even among the Arabs, sometimes it was affected

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somehow. And if you come to an Arab who isn't that strong in the Arabic language, which, unfortunately, nowadays, many Arabs are not that strong in the Arabic language, you could use some kind of argument.

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But of course, it's even more dangerous when it comes to people who are not

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who are not Arabs. And it's even much easier to use this kind of,

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for example, the audience

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who believe in

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English, the Prophet Muhammad Mirza,

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they said that the verse macadam, hamedan, had a mineral jellico when I came across the river will have never been

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the meaning of that verse could be Mohammed is not the father of any view, but he is alleged messenger in the seal of the profits, according to them with the medium husband.

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First, Okay, first of all, what's the meaning of cut them in there?

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What does it mean in this verse

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means the last one, the final one, they've according to them, hurt them doesn't mean the last one.

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But it means the superior one of the

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Well, according to them also hurt them. And it doesn't mean the final one, the Seal of profits, what that means. And he likes to hurt them when you stem something,

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which is your stem

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growth, according to them. And in the province of Salem, he stamped those people who come after them after him, and he puts a seal on them and they become problems. So in other words, when I'm asked members of their prophet received the seal the seal from the problem

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and so therefore he became

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and this is Yanni obviously goes against the wording.

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Also, last night, we went brother gave a lecture here last night in the mosque, and we talked about history of Islam in the United States, where he talked about Nation of Islam alleging Mohammed's group. And

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so he said, one of the points that they have one of their beliefs is that the white man is the devil.

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That's one of their beliefs, the white the black men of God, that allows black men.

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Black men are gods or whatever, and the white men are the

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same.

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They also they tried to prove that from

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nowadays, for example, I was working in the prison.

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And as many of their followers in photo console was in the prison, and they claim any version of Chrome to prove their belief. What is adversity?

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Just wait a minute.

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There's I will

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Okay, it's kind of an indirect proof of things to them. Not just the white men, but especially the blue eyed,

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blue eyed white, white men.

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In particular, of course, the person has blue eyes, usually they're going to be wise enough to be black. So the blue eyed people are showing up.

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Therefore for that the verse in the Quran Yo, yo, yo, yo,

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story, natural Mooji Mina Yo, my name

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is the other day when the Trumpet is blown, we will assemble

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was remain the criminals.

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What's the meaning of?

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They said that means the one who was blind.

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So the people that have blue eyes in the dunya, they must be from the hellfire.

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But what's the meaning of

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tonight

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is referring to when you use referring to the eyes? But does it?

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does it imply the color blue?

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If you said for example,

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he has brown eyes, we could see it on occasion.

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We could see any, that he has his eyes,

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the Arabic language with his reference.

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And he refers to the case, for example, when someone is drunk, and His eyes are blurry, and they're not clear. And then when you look you can see that the Muslims

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and in the Arabic language record as well, this is what

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Well, obviously any of you if you if they use arguments like that

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any forest for Arabs such as yourself, obviously.

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And the argument should not be if someone knows that I need Arabic language, that argument should not be very strong, but they are using it on people who are not familiar with you

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know, for example, for the for the me and much of the Dow is among non air, it's been mostly among them.

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Whether they're using any of these kinds of

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kinds of arguments, which for someone who's not Arab yet he might be fooled by

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it could easily be fooled by and for example, if you look up in the dictionary, and look for the word blue, you have an English Arabic dictionary, you look into the word blue, what are you gonna find?

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You're gonna find

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any This could mean

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also, any another example

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of also one translation of the Quran which we discussed in another set of lectures, and this is Mohammed as the translation of the Quran. Well, Mohammed Asad yaning, he

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and his his brawn is actually like a modern Yanni

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you could see

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what ended in his

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and in his deceit in his footnotes, and he makes loads of statements that if the person who is reading it is not familiar with the Arabic language, you will not be able to see this

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is what the thing is.

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Well, if he's familiar with the Arabic languages with other principles, then he will know that

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what he's saying is wrong, for example,

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about the

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verse in the Quran, which is talking about the punishment for those people who

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commit

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any English I'm trying to think of the word highway robbery, and he did commit.

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And he said,

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What's the punishment?

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I went up and I said them, and you can

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add more

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radical answers you could do near

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his arguments Mohammed

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actually, related it completely to leave the air because

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number one, he says that this verse,

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in what in What the?

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What tense is this verse?

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Is this in the past tense or in?

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Maroon?

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So he argues me that it is, it is not a verse stating a punishment. It is a verse stating

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Any statement of fact if there's

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any that Allah subhanho wa Taala would punish these people in this way, not that the Muslims are supposed to punish them with English,

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English

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is very translated

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the punishment of those who waged war against Allah and His messenger and strive with my main permissive through the land is execution or crucifixion or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, for example, from the land that is a disgrace in this world and a heavy punishment is is here

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and he is arguing that it is a statement of fact, it is not it is not stating a punishment, it is stating that if these people do this Alo will do this.

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Not that we are supposed to do.

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Also, he says that it comes in the form of mobile.

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Let's now see what the MOBA stresses, what

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Okay, stress is the meaning or the action that has been done.

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And he stresses the action that has been done. Now he the way he interprets this, he said in Silicon Valley that this means that, for example, we have to crucify many people,

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anything in the world, that doesn't stress the meaning, but it stresses how much the thing is.

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And that means that we have to crucify many people, we have to execute many people and so forth. He said, This doesn't make any sense, supposedly, just one or two people have come on Listen, Henrik, Allah will put it in the state of

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Nevada doesn't refer to how often or how much the deed is being done, but it is stressing the deed, or the meaning.

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But at the end is the fear of actually any of you, if someone will grounded in the Arabic language, will go through his fear.

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And you'll find many,

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many examples of that nature has suffered, and he's trying to prove something and his

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is trying to prove his own middle way, and his own opinions, which are actually almost all the things.

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And Rania, he's one of the, the, is one of the people that we talked about from the attorney lectures.

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The problem with this even even worse than that, in the history of this seminar, let's discuss this in great detail.

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That is physicalism upcity

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ism actually belong to certain methods and beliefs in

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your also belong to a certain level of in grammar. And as you know, in the history of the history of Arabic, they developed two big schools and grammar

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schools, the schools of display from this

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time and they have some different reasons, was the mcsa. They even went as far as he belonged to pick a particular sort of grammar as much or even went as far as to deny some of the

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readings of the Quran because they went against

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any not just his Arpita, that he denied something in the forum. But even as the government of Ghana, he denied some of

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the reasons why, and it is, This example shows

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me some of the importance of

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knowing the Arabic language when it comes to.

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And in fact, if we want to talk about the Quran, in general and the Arabic language, we can see that there's three levels that are very important, why we have to know the Arabic language, and why if anyone's interested to see it, especially making to see it has to be knowledgeable of the Arabic language. First of all,

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the only way to get the

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the correct understanding of the Quran, the correct meaning of the Quran is to the Arabic language.

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Why should explanation? Well, we'll talk about that later. And this is of course, assuming that we're also using the other sources of proceeds that they already mentioned. And in crossing over.

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And if the if we don't have the correct meaning of the, if we don't understand the Arabic language, then we will

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many times it will be possible for us

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to come up with wrong meanings of the Quran. But similarly, if our Arabic language isn't very strong,

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we know the Arabic language. Those of you here do. But sometimes even if your Arabic language isn't very strong, then it will be very possible to actually make mistakes in your application or in your understanding of the Quran work. And it could give many examples of that, of that nature.

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I'll give just one.

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Well, this one is

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from sort of Columbia

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24 sort of

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Coronavirus 87

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the

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the reverse reads were then either if they have a MOBA demon

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for them and then look at

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what's the meaning of that verse before?

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Anyone?

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What's the meaning

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of this verse? Unfortunately no, because the

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use of the word knock did or other any The most obvious to the most of us, many of others means

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strength to do something. So for example, if we look in Mohammed picked up translation of the Quran, and he translated this verse is mentioned the norm, when he went off in anger, and deemed that we had no power over him.

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But he cried out and darkness

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will use of it.

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And remember who known when he departed and wrath, he imagined that we had no power over him, but he cried out,

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we use the valleys revised and even revised version that we had no power over. We used to value the revised edition by doubling

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some elements we know

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the same

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thing.

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He mentioned that we have no power over

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any of you if you think about what they wrote, actually, and if even if they thought about what they wrote, obviously

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because to claim any that's a profit

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or one of even just one of the signs solid hint or even just one someone who knows anything about that.

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And he will not believe in you will not think that Allah subhana wa tada has no power over.

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Well, this is just because actually we're lacking in the Arabic language, this translation by

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from Missouri,

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remember who translated

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the beat version 140 unless you want to translate it, this is the one one boy

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he has

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the payment system this is the one board with this.

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He translated this and we showed favorite to go norm. Remember when he went to weigh in anger for he thought that we would not take him to task

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and he thought not make things difficult for him because

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one

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property This is the only one this one and another translation by Mohammed Muslim fun and DNA and Hillary was the only two that account.

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So the first point, the first point is to get the correct meaning of the plot anywhere else No.

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No.

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So the first the first point is just to get the first the basic meaning we're put on we need to have some

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and proficiency in the Arabic language. Secondly, to throw the knowledge of the Arabic language

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then we can really appreciate the beauty of the front and the meanings of a crown and it is through this appreciation of the Quran itself that we come closer to Allah subhana wa tada and, and because the more we know the Quran, the more we understand the Quran, the more we know about Allah subhanho wa Taala the stronger argument will be the greater and it will be based on criminals and so and this is why it is very important to learn Arabic language because Annie for example, if you rely on translation, or if you even if your if your language and isn't that strong in Arabic

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and you are missing many, many points from the Quran. There are many missing many aspects of the Quran that if you know Danny your Eman will become much stronger your understanding of the deen will become much stronger your relationship to Allah subhanaw taala become a strong and as I said, I think I mentioned before that if you have someone who knows for them to put on and some ideas but he's not that strong in the Arabic language and someone else who knows the Quran and Hadees Porteous Domini Arabic language and in the second person will be able to have a much much better understanding of Islam.

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And important let's take some examples from the Quran to make this make this clear. Let's see how they how they translated.

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For example, in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala

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medically will know enough to Nila with

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the hermit

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While they have been president.

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So let's see how they translate, because I don't think they will be able to capture the difference in the translation.

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He said,

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No, so this is sort of Proverbs 26.

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no soul does Allah place a burden greater than it can bear, because

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it gets every good that it earns, and it suffers every ill that it earns.

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As unbelievable as

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it gets every deal that it

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and it suffers. And we know that

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that's wrong. But

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there's another mistake.

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Please, let's see.

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Here, everyone will enjoy the fruits of the good that he has earned. And she'll suffer for the evil that he has committed.

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Now,

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what's the difference between custom

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work?

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What's the difference between

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muckety

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muck because we know what's the difference between

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what is the lesser one and change it from zero.

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The difference, the big difference

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was

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the privacy

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of

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a facility.

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The difference between the two

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saved me and mentioned there are actually many scores mentioned in there as

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well. And if we realize it's different than you realize, some of the

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and some of the mercies that ended with that is.

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And by the way, just this morning, I was reading a book about carotid procedure principles.

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When he brought this example

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where they explained, and they brought three examples,

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were two others,

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where the edits to the two words are the same. And it must be

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changed to bring this example. The other two this is not because the other two that you brought, I don't remember no. And it has been dropped for some reason. For example, one comes after all, so you've dropped. So actually, both words look alike, and I thought he could have better examples and those two, and the difference between them Kassovitz and let them handle with data gives you a job

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or reward you,

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me for what you do.

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And also any Tibetan will also include what others do any related to you.

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And on your own for example, if you if you do something that needs to someone else be doing something and it is included and

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when you add the test accepted, those things are true. So in other words, the only thing against you are those things you did yourself

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but those things that I'll ever record for you let me cover includes those that you did yourself and things that other people did and what you needed to listen to them.

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So, the difference between the two is that almost no data rewards us for what we did will give us credit for what we did and what we hope or what we lead other people to do. But Allah subhana wa tada will only hold this against hold against this what we did

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well if you if at the end if you realize that the CNE shows the some of the mercy of alyssum analyst data sources

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and how alesund handle with data and is willing to any reward is in the best and most possible.

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And he This is an aspect of the Arabic language that when we read the Koran the more that we know the Arabic language the more we appreciate Islam or understand Allah subhanaw taala more. Here's another example since you people did so well and

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Allah subhana wa tada says in the headiness in the Medina who Sabine

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Shakira

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when you read this verse,

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first of all, what's the difference between Shakira and a couple?

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How come all this man with data, the chef get on

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and changes?

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the

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makeup of the word and he doesn't say check in with Shakira, for example, didn't say Sakura in Morocco runway metaphor.

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Right. So there must be a lot of there must be some reason.

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What's the reason for this?

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But what's the what's the difference between?

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Okay. Danny Shakira implies less

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than go for

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it check it in and play listen to foreign help them on lesson 10 with Alice's machete

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what could what could be written behind?

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So

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in one of them

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puts in the form of Silicon Valley. And as Lena Suki explained in that beautiful line of poetry

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and is it

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the difference between the two was this

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even if we when we think of Listen, what are the things that we give a listen to what data is really not much compared to how much for example, Allah subhanaw taala is deserving the things that can even a small amount of COVID or 30, turning away from Allah subhana wa tada is considered a great thing.

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But this is Jani. Again, this is one, one verse in the Quran, that if we understand that deeply, it will influence and affect our understanding.

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But again, also this is something that cannot, you cannot really be transit, for example,

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believe it he simply translated as we showed him the way whether he be grateful or ungrateful.

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What can he do

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in English, you cannot. So that's, that's the second aspect. Not only do we need to know the Arabic language to really get the proper meaning of the Quran, but to really appreciate what the prophecy as I mentioned less than this one of the aspects of the Quran, why it has such a great effect on the Sahaba is because they understood it in depth what it was saying they understood it really what is the aim much, much beyond what we understand

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today.

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So in order to really understand it, and really to appreciate it, we have to understand the parameters, we have to understand the Arabic language because Allah Subhana Allah is using many different aspects of the Arabic language in the Quran. Well, when we if we think about them, and if we understand them, this will increase our understanding

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of the Quran, it will increase our appreciation of alyssum and ricotta and along with that it will increase our Eman. And

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the third point

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is this also it is, as I mentioned earlier, this through the use of the Arabic language that many of them

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whether it is older and adapt, for example, this year, this will be for the new ones like the cloud, the enemies or the Nation of Islam.

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Any they are using actually incorrect interpretations based on Arabic language. In many cases, we're the only way to actually refute them, the only way to answer them is by knowing

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and you can refute them easily if you know the evidence. But if you don't,

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and not only by the way, not only these groups and the Buddha, but also the the most special of the orientalist those, and the missionaries

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and who are working against them. Many of them have studied Arabic, closely. Some of them are Arabs. And they also try to use the same thing. For example, one of them is named as an issue. And

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I think from

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his composing, but I went to

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someplace in Canada, I don't remember where it's going to Manhattan, Kansas. Well, he should have had a debate with humans

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on you know, I think they had like two days the first day was the Bible the Word of God. And the second day is is the Quran the word

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and you should limit

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one of the things that he was trying to prove in his book about is the Quran the Word the Word of God is he tried to bring up many parts of the Quran and using Arabic language saying that these are wrong from Arabic point of view.

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For example, couldn't play poker.

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He said it should be cool.

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And in this kind of

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how we want to ask him

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one of the reasons By the way, they had that to be that was told later by the one who organized Is it the same man initials earlier I think in London, I'm not sure debated at Medina. But maybe this is you know is Arabic isn't that strong? So somebody that was not able to reply to any of these claims to see me

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Of course, I'm realizing that he was able to, and he didn't reply to all of them, but he was able to easily reply to what he said. So it's not only that, but also the most special thing, the orientalist and the missionaries, when you read their work, they also tried to use an Arabic language. And it could distort the meaning of the Quran or to claim that the Quran is not the word of Allah subhanaw taala. So that's another aspect need to know the correct meaning of the Arabic language, I mean, to know the correct meaning of the Quran, to really appreciate what the Quran is saying, and also to refuse to admit that all of these are three very important reasons why we have

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to know the Arabic language.

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And it's also by the way, some of the reasons why the coupon

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disbelievers have tried to destroy the Arabic language and try to keep the people away from the classical Arabic land. For example, all of those movements in the in the Arab land, that have tried to do away with classical Arabic and, and emphasize the colloquial Arabic.

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And all of these moments, especially of the century, all of them started were started by Christian all of them were started and because they know the importance of the Arabic language to them, and to understand you will be working on

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any question at this point

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with respect to the Arabic language, and some of the aspects of the Arabic language that are necessary, any since the Quran and is the best Arabic language, the most eloquent Arabic language we need, for example, to know vocabulary,

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we need to know Arabic grammar, we need to know Arabic style

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or

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any if you wanted to translate style

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into Arabic, as many words designing,

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not just words,

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body

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and balance all of these aspects.

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With respect to for example, vocabulary,

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obviously, I need to know the meaning of a sentence.

00:37:10--> 00:37:11

You have to first know what is the meaning

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of in one minute?

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Well, the source for much of the Quran. And for those words that aren't clear. We see for example, in Egypt in the case of the Sahaba this we talked about earlier.

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And one way to know the meaning of the Arabic words is to go to Arabic poetry. Poetry of the time God has been our best is one of the best. And when it came to explaining difficult words of the Quran, uncommon words of the Quran, by referring to the Arabic

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clothes we see during the same

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photo, for example,

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we talked about before about

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any of it, it wasn't too concerned with the medium above because he knew in general what they meant. And it didn't have any effect on his understanding of the verse. But we see that if the verb is the word has an effect on the understanding of the verse on the hotdog would make sure that he would

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understand the word properly for example verse in the Quran oh yes who to whom Allah

00:38:23--> 00:38:24

What's the meaning of hope?

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Yes, same question. One old men

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old men from the tribe of who they

00:38:45--> 00:38:48

he stood and he said this is from our language our dead

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and it means any suffering loss little by little

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little by bit. So I'm gonna ask him any is it is this something any This was known by the Arabs in your book? Yeah. And how'd you get that? Well, he read only this form. So he said there's always those two lines of poetry which means

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her subtle abraded little by little from along and high hum.

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As when a piece of skin used for something arrows has upgraded from the back of the tree of another

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another, another as a type of tree.

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So after hearing this ultimate cutoff, told him, stick to the do one or the collections report, and you will not be misled. The estimator is the one he said these are the poetry of

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their annual find the explanation of your book and the meaning of its words.

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Now, obviously, as we'll talk about later,

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Obviously though the

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sometimes as we'll discuss later, sometimes there are some firms that are defined by the Quran itself.

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And it has their own meaning in Islam as opposed to the meaning of Arabic.

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So of course, in that case, we apply the Islamic meaning of it, and not the generally mean. And as I said in shallow give examples of that, that live. Now I'll give some examples of some words in the Quran

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and some of their different meanings, to see how you all of you are Arabs, Mashallah, how well you do in this.

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By the way, there are some books, there are some books that are specifically talking about the vocabulary of the Quran,

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and gives the meanings of the words in the Quran, especially the end when they talk about who needs the word variable cron rate doesn't mean, share, there's something unusual in the land. But something that isn't known to everyone.

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Some people don't understand that

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the most important of these books is by

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by a rogue.

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That's a very famous book with names.

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For honey,

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pretty famous

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for the

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variable, by Robin, and it's

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very famous

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for that,

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more projects are even formed by a robot. And what I like about that book, as opposed to this one, this is the longest run by

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monkey.

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One of the differences between the two books, oh, there's also another book called The pursuit of silver Crown by even papaver. Again,

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the same in

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the one by one paper, and the one by McKee, they go through by

00:42:07--> 00:42:22

this word is in the surah is the meaning of and, and this particular one, and this one, and he doesn't give much of a meaningful fact the footnotes give you more information than than the original book itself. What they like about the book

00:42:23--> 00:42:28

is that it goes in alphabetical order, and it takes each word and discusses its different meanings. In the

00:42:30--> 00:42:34

end, he just discusses how the Quran uses these terms. For example, Buddha, or guidance has different meanings.

00:42:36--> 00:42:39

And he discusses all the different meanings of using the Quran.

00:42:41--> 00:42:49

So he's not just discussing what any words in alphabetical I mean the words as they appear in the Quran like this. But,

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but instead, he takes the word by its roots and discusses all the different ways in which it is used.

00:42:55--> 00:43:01

Well, we'll do a couple of examples. We'll see how well this works. I never thought Arabic before obviously.

00:43:03--> 00:43:06

Well, I would hope and some of you people know this much better than I do.

00:43:10--> 00:43:12

And as the as I tried to

00:43:14--> 00:43:16

give you a personal story to make the

00:43:19--> 00:43:20

lecture much more interesting.

00:43:22--> 00:43:27

And as I was trying to learn Quran, I mean, not trying to learn every language,

00:43:28--> 00:43:28

nothing to learn.

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As I was beginning to learn the Arabic language, by the way, let me

00:43:36--> 00:43:39

at this time that someone wants to learn the Arabic language.

00:43:42--> 00:43:45

He should go to Hawaii and try to learn from Hawaii

00:43:47--> 00:43:51

because the Arabic of the Quran is much too difficult. Try to learn.

00:43:52--> 00:43:53

For example, the word let

00:43:55--> 00:44:05

that to me means no, no, it's a negation negative. Right. So then I come to the Quran I read the movie and the

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movie.

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But then I read the translation as needed. And I find it affirmation.

00:44:17--> 00:44:18

affirmation as

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well. This is one of the best way to go back to my head was

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much easier and in

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any with respect to vocabulary, one of the one of the important as it's known as the different ways that certain words are used, for example, can, can,

00:44:42--> 00:44:44

can, has five uses.

00:44:46--> 00:44:50

And this is also by the way, one of the words. This also confused me

00:44:51--> 00:44:53

to pan out what's the first thing that comes to mind

00:44:55--> 00:44:56

that sense of the word

00:44:58--> 00:44:59

to be

00:45:03--> 00:45:04

To begin with,

00:45:05--> 00:45:08

so, you read the Quran and you read or can allow

00:45:14--> 00:45:18

any one of the meanings of canon as using the, the manner as it was

00:45:20--> 00:45:24

me forever. Something, something new forever can allow

00:45:26--> 00:45:33

a lot. And if you wanted to send me this kind of doesn't mean obviously what it means to live forever. I don't even

00:45:36--> 00:45:39

know what, that never seen any transition and

00:45:40--> 00:45:41

translated

00:45:42--> 00:45:46

because they I mean they don't they don't stress the forever they just say Allah is

00:45:48--> 00:45:52

almost always but it means that everyone forever

00:45:54--> 00:45:55

Hereford means

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

what

00:45:58--> 00:46:03

the meaning of the past tense and does something has has been done some instance of something

00:46:04--> 00:46:05

that was the past tense.

00:46:06--> 00:46:11

So we can find many examples of them with an example of them with tennis.

00:46:19--> 00:46:22

Another another meaning of it is a head

00:46:23--> 00:46:26

or an acquisition or acquisition is faced with conditions

00:46:28--> 00:46:29

resulting

00:46:30--> 00:46:32

in the collapse of Canada and Amina.

00:46:36--> 00:46:39

That also means What's next? Now we have so far three?

00:46:43--> 00:46:48

What does it mean, when talking about the left panel with Dallas's will cannot move Cassidy

00:46:49--> 00:46:50

Kennedy.

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

He was one of

00:46:58--> 00:46:59

the I mean, he became

00:47:00--> 00:47:01

he became one of the

00:47:03--> 00:47:07

gentlemen talking about this movie became one of the

00:47:14--> 00:47:17

interviewers in negation in the past.

00:47:21--> 00:47:23

And if it is used in the credit report

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in the past, and a negative sense.

00:47:31--> 00:47:38

It doesn't, it doesn't mean negation of the things that occurred. But it means that the things that occurred is not correct.

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

Nothing

00:47:46--> 00:47:48

is going to be healthier,

00:47:49--> 00:47:50

learn nothing will require

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

a mistake.

00:48:04--> 00:48:06

Let's get an initial document.

00:48:08--> 00:48:09

And it doesn't mean

00:48:10--> 00:48:18

it doesn't mean that the mission of Kenya will never people who were actually taking part in the Catechism doesn't mean that

00:48:20--> 00:48:22

doesn't doesn't negate that it ever occurred.

00:48:23--> 00:48:28

It's not it's not negating the occurrence that the machine we're taking.

00:48:29--> 00:48:30

We're taking care of

00:48:32--> 00:48:40

it not negating the occurrence of negating the, the correctness of the of the actions. And he did they are not supposed to be

00:48:42--> 00:48:42

taken care of

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

is

00:48:52--> 00:48:53

now a little bit more difficult.

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

Death

00:49:06--> 00:49:09

and happy day and he likes me and in this in this case,

00:49:10--> 00:49:12

his poor opinions about what it

00:49:19--> 00:49:19

means in general.

00:49:21--> 00:49:22

For example, Fred

00:49:26--> 00:49:27

is likely to ever

00:49:29--> 00:49:31

and it's best to have

00:49:33--> 00:49:37

for affirmation means affirmation and negation means

00:49:38--> 00:49:39

that's one of

00:49:40--> 00:49:41

the strongest things.

00:49:47--> 00:49:50

So that's one thing that was one of the responses from

00:49:52--> 00:49:55

the second opinion is that it's different from the other

00:50:00--> 00:50:06

This affirmation means that rather than death, and its negation means the act wisdom

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

literally

00:50:09--> 00:50:10

means he did not do

00:50:15--> 00:50:16

that.

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

Hill

00:50:25--> 00:50:28

also in some sort of set up for rebels,

00:50:33--> 00:50:37

but also the third opinion, which is consistent with the second thing

00:50:38--> 00:50:48

is that Danny is negated then a new action was done, but it was done many very as if Danny they didn't want to do. And it was

00:50:49--> 00:50:50

difficult.

00:50:53--> 00:50:55

And in this indication that was negated it means they did it.

00:50:57--> 00:50:59

And it was much, much difficult.

00:51:01--> 00:51:07

When the third is the fourth opinion is the difference between when it's used with the imperfect.

00:51:08--> 00:51:09

And when it's used in the past.

00:51:11--> 00:51:12

imperfect.

00:51:18--> 00:51:20

Difference between in Nevada remote

00:51:22--> 00:51:28

location in Nevada means negation and negation. More than in the past mean.

00:51:36--> 00:51:38

This one is a little bit different. So we'll take this one.

00:51:39--> 00:51:40

And this is

00:51:43--> 00:51:44

them as

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

well.

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

With many of these

00:51:54--> 00:52:01

models, everyone knows what's the meaning of how would you translate them in general, in general Arabic, how would you determine

00:52:13--> 00:52:13

and

00:52:15--> 00:52:17

perhaps, Danny was also feeling as

00:52:19--> 00:52:20

well as well.

00:52:22--> 00:52:23

within the parameters,

00:52:25--> 00:52:27

if it is used with respect to almost and with Allah, what

00:52:29--> 00:52:30

it means something for sure.

00:52:33--> 00:52:34

This is an appraisal some people make.

00:52:43--> 00:52:44

Some there's some words

00:52:47--> 00:52:48

that are used in different

00:52:50--> 00:52:56

in different ways. For example, sometimes they use them. And sometimes they use in singular, when they're using plural, singular, they have different meanings.

00:52:58--> 00:53:02

The most famous example of that, that I think all of you know, is a via

00:53:05--> 00:53:07

what's the difference between the two

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

the difference,

00:53:13--> 00:53:14

obviously, from that, typically

00:53:16--> 00:53:22

is used when used in the in the sense of something merciful coming from a list,

00:53:23--> 00:53:28

such as, for example, the one sending the cloud, this will spread rain.

00:53:31--> 00:53:32

So, when I was

00:53:34--> 00:53:35

reacting to something

00:53:40--> 00:53:41

means

00:53:43--> 00:53:45

in general means like punishment

00:53:47--> 00:53:48

or refund or it was

00:53:49--> 00:53:50

used differently.

00:53:51--> 00:53:54

They're not used the same way. The more it

00:53:55--> 00:53:56

was the

00:54:12--> 00:54:17

win win the word is used. It is used in the meaning of direction.

00:54:23--> 00:54:28

So some of us is used Yanni to imply the greatness of Olympus.

00:54:29--> 00:54:31

So Matt wants to know you're discussing about

00:54:34--> 00:54:35

similarity measures

00:54:39--> 00:54:41

used to mean different things.

00:54:43--> 00:54:44

Meaning east and west

00:54:45--> 00:54:46

talking about direction

00:54:47--> 00:54:53

unless you depend on lovely been talking about to Eastern sources.

00:54:56--> 00:54:57

Most of the payment never been

00:55:00--> 00:55:04

is the place different places where the sun rises and the East,

00:55:05--> 00:55:20

for example, the Minister, the queen, or the two, and if you will, if you if you look at where the sun rises, in the summer, in the winter, we'll find it, it goes from one area to the other, and measure the pain or the tool, or the tool for the teeth.

00:55:21--> 00:55:24

Motivated are the two previous West points where the census

00:55:28--> 00:55:33

data from a lot of this is the area from which the sun rises and

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not the two points.

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So you

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know,

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many, many, many.

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If I can give you some reference, many of them you'll find in especially early on, by

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some words in the Quran. And also, by the way helps us

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to really understand and

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there's many verses, there are many words in the Quran that people think are synonyms.

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Would you stick to

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the

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difference between them?

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Have you noticed, by the way,

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almost no data on us?

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And the question

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is,

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will it push it is to the point that you're about to be in a district

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that you cannot take it anymore.

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Much stronger than

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a shop will?

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What's the difference between

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with

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both of them in play

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in English, stinginess for any symptom, and no

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luck, not only you're stingy, but you're trying to grow from anyone else.

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Anyone who read the quantity or read the thing, and he they look at the simplicity of the plot, and some of the

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really humorous data is different.

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There's also some, as we'll talk about later, and you cannot interpret the crime just in the business based on this

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on the basis of,

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for example, emammal amendment properly, and the introduction to the subsidies as mentioned later.

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Like he mentioned in his introduction, Introduction to his children, that any someone interprets to put on just on the basic basis of the Arabic language alone, without going through what has been narrated above, without going through the crown without going to the cinema without going to the statements of the province of Maine. He said this is also someone who is the supreme court on according to

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what he said, This is

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what we discussed earlier in the first lecture both with or possibly stands to be done to those people who interpret the Quran according to their can remember, remember that

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before we move this, before we leave from this topic of vocabulary from the Quran, I thought I would throw in this one part, which

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I would like to actually check this a little bit more but there's some words in the Quran.

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The meaning of those words actually are not based on the Arabic language or they actually have no really no relationship to the

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there are known simply growth coming from the positive coming from

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Scotland

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and who heard from them projectile?

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Sort of who was 71

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verse 71, says what the root cause

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is man, what's the meaning of Africa.

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Again,

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I would like to I would like to make sure that they are beautiful by this. This particular section is from one book by a scholar by the name of daddy.

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But media has an economic drama as you go through

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the stage here

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does not mean she laughs

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But it means how

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she became

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prepared

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doesn't mean that means

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whenever something any of this, you don't want to know that by going through too much.

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They've been productive. Also, lesson Hannah with Alison, Becky has a buffet located on the

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back of

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the purple line in the

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Griffin.

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Next

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video

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meaning

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less regrettably

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service.

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The hearts made the hearts pure

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sort of food again

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phocoena module one, module one

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module.

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Remember,

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these are words that are not related to the Arabic language you know them is by going to a folder. They're disclosing

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a context in a margin when any man has a puppy.

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Someone who isn't worth anything

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instead of the adverse 33

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unless the panel with data

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says I'm delivering you know,

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what's in profitability.

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This 33

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women who are

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moving

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Filipino woman who will be malaria element, the malaria

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and diversity mineral

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but V. Roma

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was the meaning of

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the meaning of

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many years both developing

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the one last one

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and embed verse 11

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digit

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was a citizen

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it's many, many of us in the Arabic language

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and if you don't know the meaning of the Arabic language then you remember that many years nothing

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to do with languages

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where the moon was a tear as the feather somehow mentioned.

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Would you like to continue or have you heard enough

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dumpster fire and we did vocabulary

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and grammar and other aspects that are important to know.

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We have many many