Principles Of Tafseer Part 7

Jamal Zarabozo

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Human handler, the lowest denominator, or that

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will come to our seventh lecture in this series.

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We're talking about the sources of fear, or we're currently discussing the the Arabic language,

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lessons number of you were not here last time.

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There's a lower number here now with the number of you will not be less than just kind of want to review and whether some of the points that

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we're making. Actually, at the end of the lecture, we begin with an introduction to the above the Arabic language and the nature of the Arabic language and how it differs, for example, from the Greek language. And then we brought the person from the the Arabic, the Quran has been revealed in the Arabic language. And we also discussed what Arabic language there was the language of the functional system, we talked about how words and meanings can change over time. So therefore, it's critical that we remember that when we talk about the air because we're talking about the Arabic language of the of the time of the

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weather, we also discuss how some people use Arabic, incorrectly. And in order to try to prove some deviant belief that we have. in general.

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They tried to prove some of their beliefs, sometimes by Arabic arguments, twisting the meanings of the Quran. For example, we discussed the body any proof that there can be a profit after the problem comes as

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we discussed the proof of the Nation of Islam or lady Mohammed and Louis Farrakhan group in the United States, that the white people are devil.

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Quran we discussed this

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last time,

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when we discuss basically what are the what is the need for Arabic, knowing Arabic When it comes to see it. We said First of all, in order to know the meaning of the, of the verse itself, and just the media, but we have to be familiar with the Arabic language. Secondly, to really appreciate the Quran.

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To understand more about Islam and to understand more about the lives of Hannah with Allah and Allah Subhana, Allah has mercy for us, and the teachings that the list of what Allah has given us. And it's very important that we that we understand Arabic And the more we understand Arabic, the more we can understand the Quran and therefore the more we can understand, Islam and engelland priests are immense. And we give two examples, would remember the two examples that we gave as examples that if we understand Arabic better, and he will appreciate the Quran more and understand Islam better, which were the two examples.

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We discussed one example that Mr. Christopher provided me

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with the difference between Elizabeth work.

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We're also the second example that we discussed. You read these long lines of poetry.

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In Morocco in the capoeira, we discuss for example, why is it not Morocco? capoeira was one of the intensive form, European relegate, and the other one is

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Berlin. Thirdly, we said that to review the data, and their arguments also we have to know

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the Arabic language. So one aspect of the Arabic language that we talked about is vocabulary,

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vocabulary and the meanings of words, obviously, and you have to know the meanings of words before we can understand the meaning of the

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general when we discuss, for example, different uses of the Quran.

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For example, the word kana kana in the Quran, what does it mean to work together in order to the meaning of the word

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has a mean word?

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For what does it mean? When we discuss also some words if they're using the singular and if they're using the plural they have different meanings.

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And in the Quran, some words if they're using the singular or the plural, they have different meanings. For example, we discuss the difference between Ray and Aria.

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The difference between a summer and summer work, for example, but the difference between much of the promotion of fame or massada.

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All of them have different meanings. or discuss some words that

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many people think might be synonyms.

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And the words that people think are cinnamons, but they're not actually synonyms. We give two examples. Actually three, when was the last time we turn the tape off and continue.

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One of the one of them was the difference between a host and especially

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the difference between a short while

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and then we finally we ended with one section and that is the symptoms in the Quran.

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That the meaning of these terms

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Actually can only be known through things been narrated from the Sahaba in the 17, and so forth. Anything that

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any the meaning of these words could not be known

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from the Arabic language there's particular in these parts related to the Quran was I said last time and this is perhaps something to do something perhaps we have to look into in more detail is this related from a scholar, his name is Barry nexmon scholar and his book, medical illiteracy the Quran is an excellent book related to Arabic principles. And he gave a list of things, list of verses in the Quran

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and terms that the correct meaning of these terms actually can only be known through the sphere and cannot be known rollover. Well, I'll give just one example here for those of you who weren't here

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well, Morocco cometan, for that matter, from Surah

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meaning of the bat and this

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in this verse,

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well, because you think of it from the Arabic language,

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the linear according to Mujahid and Chroma.

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We discussed those are some of the books

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some of the excellent books in the Arabic language to deal with vocabulary. And the best the best one is by

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its name is

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remember, any of us students who were here less than

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three is very good as

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the other one was

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wrong.

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Other stuff as

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well now

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wants to discuss a little bit the style of the clock, which I mean by

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spelling group includes rules of Arabic grammar, and it will include some

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also leave any

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sort of a ban also in bellezza from the Quran. As we know the Quran is not just any Arabic, but it is the most eloquent and the best Arabic language

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was the Arabic language that they use to use in the Javea poetry.

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And it is to use many principles and use to don't want to say play with the Arabic language but these to use the Arabic language in a very special way to get immediate growth. And all of those principles and all those strong and accepted principles among the herbs can be found in the Arabic.

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Poetry can also be found in the Quran.

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Where

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there's some aspects of Arabic Jamia poetry, and before Islamic dance poetry, which are considered weak or rejected aspects of Arabic language support and he wrote the form and he used some principles that are rejected by the and in those kind of principles, you'll not find them but you will find many other principles aspects of expressing yourself in the Arabic poetry journey. You'll find them also

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Well, this is some of what inshallah we'll discuss. discuss today. Also

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any there's one point I'd like to mention before we continue with perhaps

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here maybe he won't like this point.

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And he was when people are forced to put on

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notice to anyone people right for example, put on or comments on verse of the Quran

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and the Quran is filled with so much and so many aspects are there in the Quran.

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With when people come from their own specialty, they have a tendency to

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over emphasize their specialty in discussing for example, historians when they talk about Quranic verses or when they try to explain Quranic verses. They go into detail in history, much beyond what is actually needed, and the poor disappear. Also the mythical women are those people who are specialized in like philosophy of scholastic theology, and if they go into much, much more detail than what is needed for understanding the Quran. Similar is the case for grammarians or linguists and the people of Nova people who are specialized in Nova.

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Sometimes they go into much more detail than than is necessary, and sometimes they lose actually the meaning of the verse because of

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the two famous two fields one by a man from Spain

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the other one by Lucy, these two are avoidable again students call them

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an elusive to see it is called Rafa nine

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and it is to have a tendency to go into too much detail

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using too much any principles of Arabic language, and sometimes even they lose actually the meaning of the of the, of the Quranic verse. And sometimes the Quranic verse by itself is clear, in and of itself. And there's no need sometimes to go into these kind of detailed discussions that will sometimes tend to change the meaning of the verse, For example, the Quranic verse that says,

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What's the meaning of things in this case?

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And if I give you the translation, I cannot, of course give you the translation reverse, because they answer their question. So let's get in the party. What's the meaning of in

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the most, most obvious meaning, or the most common meaning of in this case, we've been

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conditioned, to remind them, there is some benefit to their mind. And this is, by the way, used by some people as proof that if you know, for example, the number of neurons or in some good isn't going to do anything, then it's not obligatory, I need to order it because I wasn't happy with Alice's public

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making some of the Arabic specialists see in here does not mean in

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it means

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and possess the sudden the therapeutic needs it

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is beneficial.

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Remind them because the difference is beneficial.

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While they bring some proof in the in the Arabic poetry, which in

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so you get this kind of discussion?

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No, that's the point. The point is if if the verse is clear by itself, and there's no proof, for example, from the theater of the Sahaba, or from the deceit of the province has determined that there's any need for any change, then you don't change. That was my point. And some of the grammarians are the people language. They go into detail they just include me in Arabic for a few sentences use the foot Danny in the case where you don't have any proof that you're in doesn't mean and then you should stick with what with the verses.

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So we'll go through some some principles of the of the Arabic language

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will give you some tips.

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The first

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one of the important topics that you find in all of the books of course,

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is the discussion related to the veneer or

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veneer is what

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pistols

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are the basic case with respect to pronoun is what and is the thing that the pronoun is referring to, should be

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put up in

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and before or after.

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And before or after, nannies. What does it refer to Usually, the base case is referring to

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a proper

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and it should refer to the closest actor, those noun or closest whatever is

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capable of referring to and it should, me obviously that should have occurred before the mention of the pronoun is that always the case

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is not always the case. Now you're all familiar with the subtle stain.

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The whole thing claimed in a lecture he gave in remember the year he claimed that that is always the case that it must be the case.

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So he went to the Quran and any verse in the Quran in which that wasn't the case he made some that we informed

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me that it has to be the case rejected within the Arabic language that has to be the case but we know actually in the Arabic language by presenting Arabic poetry, we know that it isn't.

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And if you have some evidence that the pronoun is referring to something other than the most recently stated noun for example,

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then and it is nothing wrong with in fact that is the style of the Arabic language and Quran do not use it sometime. The Quran will be missing one of the

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styles of the of the Arabic language.

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But sometimes many times the mayor or the pronoun is referring to something implied but not stated in the text.

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Probably

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the first one

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I'd say the library actually isn't seen but

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Understood, can be just as is closest to what

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it refers to just just.

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But actually, Adam is not mentioned. But

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it is not referring to the word it's referring to the meaning of what the word

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in play.

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Well, sometimes the mayor could refer to something sometimes referred to the mayor or the pronoun to refer to something after me. In other words, the reference is not the

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most common. The most classic example, or the most obvious example is what

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sort of very short sort of people read it a lot.

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For example,

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low

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a low

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versus

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a low. So here's the the mirror the pronoun come first. And its reference comes after.

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Sometimes the reference is never mentioned.

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But it's understood.

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And it's not even necessary to mention, what does it, for example, could add a

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layer? How refers to it?

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Everything upon it, and it shouldn't

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be

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based.

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Upon here, it only has me there's no mention of what actually refers to

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what is this clearly understood?

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They were what some people get confused by sometimes. Is this the

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the?

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The mayor are asking, Is it necessary for the mayor or the pronoun?

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When it refers to something? Does it have to be consistent with respect to masculine and feminine with respect to singular or plural or do Is that necessary or not?

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Well, the graduate from Jonathan the man

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or the engineers,

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engineers say it's not

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not necessary, they bring you proof from the plant.

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This is not necessarily

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I'm just trying to keep them.

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Example of this

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sort of thing is any server sport.

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Whether it be sir or SME says

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things in their local Magnus unchained nothing, nothing but blue, Annie and Maria, animal who refers to sort of Park which is in the middle of the pronoun is singular, but it refers to something which is poor. And in fact, the the words map

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and men and the V in Canada, and all of these don't have to be consistent with respect to

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singular or plural or masculine, they do not have to be because either the word is referring

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to the either the pronoun is referring to the word, if it's referring to the word, for example, if it was referring to so the quad

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would have to be the same.

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For example, masculine or feminine symbol. But if it's just referring to the meaning,

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and if it's not referring to the Mertens, in the the word itself, but it's referring to the meaning of the topic, then

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then it doesn't have to be

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rather than just many times in the Quran, that if it's referring to the word, it will be consistent. It was referring to the meaning. It doesn't have to be

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mean consider means masculine, feminine, singular, plural, singular doula.

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This

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is all the meaning of that verse.

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And you'll listen to our data and the second or the the mayor or the pronoun is referring to the meaning life itself, but it's not referring to the life that was mentioned earlier. So the translation here of common use of the valley is incorrect.

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As I mentioned earlier, surah four verse 11, there was a man Long live grant and length of days nor the court could offer his life but it isn't a book we're dealing

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with the meaning action is I said the the pronoun doesn't refer to the earlier life mentioned, but it refers to life in general the meaning of the word.

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So a philosophic translation would have been northern man given length of days, nor than other life cut off, but in a book

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you

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wrote many times the mood comes first. As we mentioned, overall love or contents, the mood come first.

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And it's explained after in here as an engineer.

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And here referring to what

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he

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was referring to.

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coming after

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this section, we skipped that we skipped

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another topic,

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we were doing the easy parts first, we'll get to more difficult, much more difficult.

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And there's even there's even much more difficult than this, but I didn't understand it. So, I had to leave it up.

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But now, we move on to another topic.

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Nikita,

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the indefinite

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sometimes the same word comes twice.

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One thing once the first time or one time it is used in the indefinite India's damages,

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or vice versa, or both ends in different or both ends is different.

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For example, if it comes, both of them are the, in the definite case

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of the team.

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Then the first the second one refers to the second the first one and he they're both the same.

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But they're both

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using

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the attorney who will a will

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give me an example tell me the significance correct.

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Stuffing will often lead in and I'm sorry.

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That's the last year

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referring to different two different paths are the same at all.

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This way this

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play was used to me is referring to the same setup.

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Now the first if they're both negative

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I'm going to ask you

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in this case, if it's true and indefinite

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then the second one is not the first one. But then you have a one

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example from sort of a room with

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a lot of money

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in the majority Magellan in the desert in developing

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Magellan and battery forwarding machines

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so here we have the word that

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we sent

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all of them

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loan that the federal government does you can find it here so I can get a translation for it I would appreciate

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that one goes directly

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into what's the meaning of that

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what's the difference

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he was referring to

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before

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the first step here is looking or was it when it's

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from God and God is out and bad without that means what? It is also negative so it doesn't mean the same as the first one as I said preventive it

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was what's the meaning

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of polio okay properly or when the

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during childhood

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that was absent

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from Moghadam invaluable weapons,

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then we'll save that for him.

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So, here we have the word that is returned both in the indefinite case and it means three different things. Let's see how

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this for the transition is going to go through.

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Even transit, he just looked at as weakness. It is a level created you're in a state of state of hopelessness weakness, meaning in the field,

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then gave you strength after weakness meaning after a period of tablet then after strength gave you a weakness in a hurry hip

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shaver

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here we just mean simple go or old, old age

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Okay, now

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In two cases, obviously the By the way, that's for kids

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with another key.

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The first one is naked.

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And the second one is Madiba, the first one is indefinite, and the second one is definite.

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Then the second one, and the first one or the same one.

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For example, a Sunday in the federal level through that

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process.

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And to Pharaoh, messenger

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and Pharaoh disobeyed the messenger. So here's the second one the messenger is definite. And it refers to the same one as the first one.

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So now if I give you any any verse will be able to apply these principles in the

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next maximum abundance but at the federal when you hear the whole Quran, we'll be thinking of this

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as the man

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say the first one is not the first one is definite

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and the third and the second one is indefinite.

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And in this case is no

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no principle you have to look at the car or the context to see what is

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sometimes the arena or the context shows you

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that

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the words they are not the same.

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Okay, in this verse,

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verse 55,

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we omit the foremost

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man who later

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and the day that the other would be established the fence verses will swear but the tear is not but now it's very clear from the context with the first hour which was definite the hour is different from the second hour

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so they'll give you another example and you tell me whether they're referring to the same thing

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while we're on the net if you haven't including the

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room

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for on the first one is not a second one is nothing up

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here obviously they're referring referring to the same crime. So the first one is modifier and the second one is negative there is no clear principle you have to look at the context to see if they're referring to the same one.

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Semi Now listen similar

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with these

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these verses are all using

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these verses or use the epic or principles the other

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species are

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what we should agree with people obey him in

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his head, you

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know, what will matter what didn't

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lay hens lay in her coma level and in Medina.

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So those five verses

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they're all using the same principles.

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But

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the problem hasn't been ridden with them without really

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how are you going to translate them in for the teeth

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you delete the governing word. And you replace it by the governing word and it's

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by the govern word and

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so what we should have broke, you know, became an agent.

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And they drank in their hearts.

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What does it mean actually, what does this verse mean?

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By the way sort of book covers 93

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long home

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and if they did not have in their hearts

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as you felt but the love would

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have you ever shown Matt no matter? What means that

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hey, and you look to the hedge the time of hedge during the one on?

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Well, no, we didn't have the access to him in

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the second example Surah Baqarah, verse one and seven.

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from Adam at the time of the Hajj

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during the war, well known

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appointment.

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Well now we're getting in the extra human

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era was 148

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Yeah.

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Now we're getting in the 30 Jimin

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to give an indication of

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the next verse, the next verse,

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they inherit the most a level and levina What does that mean?

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What is missing? What has been dropped?

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Many have begun haccombe delivery. And Allah doesn't produce revenue from what with respect to

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Hello. And Bill Medina

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was out of Korea was

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classic, classic example. The reference was clear,

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with the maybe generations called majaz that actually not really Majed but it is believing the governing word and replacing it with the government work.

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For those of you who are familiar with the Arabic language.

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Okay, now, here's some verses again, I'm giving you here's another

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fibers.

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For me, what's the relationship between these five and what, what what's the relationship with what do they have in common? Okay, okay.

00:31:46--> 00:31:52

quite well. You had it on the first, the first verse, by verse And by the way, I didn't write down where these verses are from.

00:31:54--> 00:31:59

The first one from Frederick and Catherine 25 will not be goofy Kathy instead of me. I think Nina was

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the second one who literally said Amen, Ajit

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Jain, the most mustafina emammal.

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For this resort, it was worth one for the hekate for Bhushan.

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And the last one Lola Kitty, mutton Subbu, cutting them up because they can examine what

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they know when you said you said about the first one, so that the media didn't mean to me, what did you say?

00:32:32--> 00:32:35

It should be that that meant sent out or,

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or sunny. So that to me,

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this is something in the Arabic language that I'm sure all of you have heard about. But maybe you didn't realize it's here. This is called being up here.

00:32:50--> 00:32:52

When I grew up together, that means they have that

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soccer team with that Vietnamese

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and one word or one phrase come before another word or phrase

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in the in the writing or in the wording, but their meaning is the opposite.

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With their meaning.

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And you continue mostly with this version. So to recap, would love yourself Exactly. That

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isn't? Because the mean, because the way it's written, you can see that it's not the normal way to mean either should be standard, because it's going to come after 300 and should be center or if it's going to come before it should be seen. So it's just been interposed

00:33:43--> 00:33:58

Yeah, the the when the case of Jeopardy would hear a word or phrase comes first in the in the reading, but its meaning is the opposite. So in other words, that as a mezzanine it means to mean the rest of me

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300

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million settlement agent

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critical agile minimums as

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critical as

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both of the books

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would use the

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subpoena email. And by the way, I don't forget that point that I mentioned that with any when it comes to grammarians and so forth. Sometimes you get different opinions among the scholars of language. Some will say this is something that's up here and others will say

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the case you have to go back to what we have to learn with.

00:34:35--> 00:34:40

With john an email a thing in Atlanta email,

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address progression.

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Cookies, and some of them say

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robots should a halt for the hacker

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and

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the good lead time keepers within she

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whatever the heck it means in this

00:35:06--> 00:35:10

lesson, there's no question but all the people who have succeeded or agreed upon that, though, let me

00:35:11--> 00:35:12

tell again and examine

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a

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few.

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No, no, no.

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No, no Can you can imagine, because

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the cameras in, in Canada

00:35:34--> 00:35:38

Lola can emit telemetry, data, whatever

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the first one from sort of get 300 years there's no question that there's a principle of 15.

00:35:51--> 00:35:53

And the last one, there's no question that that's the principle of

00:35:54--> 00:36:01

the middle to political instrument added, which are then looked at any moment can be read either way.

00:36:02--> 00:36:08

Either or can be understood not read, because they can only be read one way they can be read, they can be understood

00:36:11--> 00:36:13

by you, and questions the mother?

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Like what aspects of the Quran and we should understand and what is the difference between them?

00:36:26--> 00:36:30

is sometimes Allah subhana wa Taala addresses in the address uses

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or in the speech speech uses now and sometimes uses a group and here

00:36:38--> 00:36:39

was the problem?

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What's the difference between the two and implied to the two different things

00:36:46--> 00:36:49

actually implied with two differences? What are the things that they imply?

00:36:53--> 00:37:10

So for example, in the case, living in the quantities of raw, raw, raw, Allah subhanaw taala always been living in Supernanny. Do you want to translate those who's been in hardship or an ease and hardship? Always a list of what data in this case uses a tub or address over?

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What What does it imply? while another group is for example, in the middle of nowhere levena Ave built a

00:37:22--> 00:37:24

lesson plan with data's in them and moving on

00:37:26--> 00:37:27

the veena m it'll be labeled

00:37:28--> 00:37:36

What is the meaning and why is this beautiful isn't right now and look like the rest of the team play they play different things.

00:37:38--> 00:37:40

And it is to help us understand one more thing

00:37:44--> 00:37:47

when they're when the address or the speeches

00:37:48--> 00:38:00

by now it says referring to something which is constant and continuous. And when it is by group it is referring to something which is any occurring can occur over and over again or starts.

00:38:04--> 00:38:09

And you'll never find in the Quran any change between they're always each one is used in this proper way.

00:38:13--> 00:38:19

But another principle or aspect of the Arabic language that you find in the Quran is a mistake.

00:38:22--> 00:38:23

What's the meaning of

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okay here we

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have to know

00:38:34--> 00:38:42

I mean, literally it means borrowing. Get a mean through when you use one word in the place in another word

00:38:43--> 00:38:47

that will give a similar meaning although the wording the wording actually is completely different.

00:38:49--> 00:38:51

For example, when he versus sup word that

00:38:53--> 00:38:55

diversity. How would you translate it

00:38:58--> 00:38:58

literally means word

00:38:59--> 00:39:00

for clothing.

00:39:02--> 00:39:04

What does it mean by what does the best

00:39:05--> 00:39:07

what is the best for me?

00:39:09--> 00:39:10

It means to be

00:39:11--> 00:39:12

to have the characteristics

00:39:15--> 00:39:17

merge into either you call him

00:39:20--> 00:39:21

daddy

00:39:28--> 00:39:28

daddy

00:39:31--> 00:39:34

referring to someone who is human or you listen

00:39:40--> 00:39:41

to me literally was

00:39:43--> 00:39:53

standing over him. Are you up? Stand over. What does it actually mean? Keeping it keeping keeping wanting to translate into English people

00:39:56--> 00:39:58

will find it often an

00:39:59--> 00:39:59

issue

00:40:02--> 00:40:02

Especially

00:40:04--> 00:40:04

you

00:40:13--> 00:40:18

know other aspects of the Arabic language that you will find again the Quran. For example,

00:40:21--> 00:40:24

let me read this verse Tell me what it means deliberately and tell me what it actually means.

00:40:26--> 00:40:29

We have to go away afternoon and the being of a lady.

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What does it mean? Literally?

00:40:46--> 00:40:47

Let me ask you another question.

00:40:48--> 00:40:53

In the form of this, this is referring to it, that present or future

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

the moment the meaning of it

00:41:03--> 00:41:06

is either before referring to the present, or future,

00:41:09--> 00:41:16

you're either referring to the present or future, and he did kill, or they will kill the profits without, without any, right.

00:41:18--> 00:41:22

So, this is a principle of the Arabic language. What does this verse mean?

00:41:25--> 00:41:26

style of

00:41:28--> 00:41:29

this verse means what

00:41:30--> 00:41:35

it means Who knows? The debate killed the Jews protocol

00:41:36--> 00:41:40

is any profit after the problem has arisen, killing them not killing young

00:41:43--> 00:41:44

men.

00:41:49--> 00:41:50

Right Fighting, fighting

00:41:51--> 00:41:52

here

00:41:57--> 00:42:02

refers to the past day, it does in the form of the present or future but its meaning.

00:42:04--> 00:42:07

That's also an aspect of merger.

00:42:08--> 00:42:09

Will Navajo and

00:42:17--> 00:42:24

what's the meaning of this verse? Now? We've looked that up. This is different at Tamra law, but notice that you

00:42:27--> 00:42:33

something that hadn't been in the past and didn't come from from the winner, they probably didn't have enough.

00:42:36--> 00:42:40

thinking okay, both of these are in the past tense, but they're referring to something in the future.

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

That is also a style of the Quran, when mentioned things in the past tense, but its meaning in the future. And again, as I said, in all of these things, actually, you can bring Arabic poetry, in which only the use of

00:42:57--> 00:43:05

Arabic poetry from the same journey, in other words is the same, the Quran is not introducing something new, but it is using parts of the eloquence of the Arabic language

00:43:07--> 00:43:11

of the Arabic language. So the next two verses

00:43:13--> 00:43:14

Tell me lifted.

00:43:16--> 00:43:20

And this is, by the way, this is Listen, you find this often enough?

00:43:21--> 00:43:28

And what if it's understood in the Arabic language and it's understood by the tense of the Arabic language or by the structure of the word,

00:43:29--> 00:43:37

for example, that the angels will enter from them from every bed from every door. That means they'll say to them, that

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

well, also from livingness words, it will go home.

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

And he those people whose faces will be blacking at the end, he will be told that you disbelieve after you had to leave.

00:43:53--> 00:44:03

So this is a common very common in Chrome, in which the the word, which would be any to say, or something like that is dropped, but it's understood clearly,

00:44:04--> 00:44:07

in the text in the Arabic text, to another style,

00:44:08--> 00:44:09

another Arabic style.

00:44:13--> 00:44:16

And in the last lecture, I mentioned an issue.

00:44:17--> 00:44:29

And I said he's one of the non Muslims who said use some of these principles to make some people doubt the Quran. I referred to a debate that he had with humans about

00:44:30--> 00:44:32

an issue she's living in

00:44:34--> 00:44:50

republishing, Ellison, I referred to a debate that he had was human, by the way about is the Quran, the word of Allah or the Word of God. But in that talk, as I mentioned last time, and he uses he refers to many of these principles of the Arabic language, that if we're not familiar with the Arabic Now, we will be fooled by his

00:44:51--> 00:44:54

This in fact, the Arabic there's something wrong with the Arabic of the Quran.

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

One of the examples

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is, again, any oh actually Oh,

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

The examples that he gave as I mentioned, I said, almost all of them come from iminco table even potamos book that was

00:45:08--> 00:45:12

one of the examples he gave was lacking and development and have been left

00:45:15--> 00:45:17

left in the bedroom and am unable

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

under normal circumstances, if you were to say that I would

00:45:24--> 00:45:25

have been here

00:45:30--> 00:45:31

in the

00:45:32--> 00:45:34

desert the way someone would normally say

00:45:35--> 00:45:37

check in and build it you'd do a

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

login and build a government and the man

00:45:46--> 00:45:47

doesn't make

00:45:49--> 00:45:53

there should be what not should be, but any the way you people speak.

00:45:55--> 00:45:56

And both he or she should be

00:45:59--> 00:46:02

like an album, memorabilia that

00:46:05--> 00:46:13

this is a principle in the sound of the evidence in which they put the the muster or the infinitive in the place of the

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

bugs

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

you can find

00:46:24--> 00:46:26

as interested you know, who's

00:46:31--> 00:46:33

one of the most famous experts of the Atlantic.

00:46:35--> 00:46:45

He said the enemy they will talk about the motto by using the infinitive by using now or about the noun by using these.

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

This is an example of using the muffler in the place of login and

00:46:54--> 00:46:55

setup. I can

00:47:00--> 00:47:04

remember we had a first thing Remember we said when he came?

00:47:05--> 00:47:12

And he said, there's many of you who are Arabs in the audience, let me ask you one question. How many verses from the Quran did initial rows read? Correct?

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

Yes, with every verse he read, he reads like me and he was mistaken every verse

00:47:19--> 00:47:22

like started from the slave will after that, and will

00:47:25--> 00:47:26

will are prevented diversity

00:47:29--> 00:47:31

means we'll have two decimal

00:47:35--> 00:47:36

places in

00:47:42--> 00:47:43

the one

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

that was too easy to

00:47:58--> 00:47:59

get out of it, please,

00:48:02--> 00:48:04

I can find another one similar to that.

00:48:09--> 00:48:11

And he this is this is very common

00:48:12--> 00:48:14

to have one kind of visa

00:48:16--> 00:48:26

one kind of word form in the place of another kind of workflow. And it is something very common and Arabic language in Arabic for the style of the Arabic language. Another example for example,

00:48:32--> 00:48:34

optimal Yom Yom in America,

00:48:36--> 00:48:38

as the man or woman memory let's

00:48:39--> 00:48:42

not assume. So, in this case is worth

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

instead of

00:48:58--> 00:49:00

asked him and your woman

00:49:02--> 00:49:03

instead of massive

00:49:07--> 00:49:08

reversal.

00:49:09--> 00:49:14

You tell me what is the what's the common common factor among

00:49:15--> 00:49:16

these three verses

00:49:17--> 00:49:19

and either meaning is not

00:49:22--> 00:49:25

as rucola which harrowby

00:49:27--> 00:49:29

and E This is in the form of an orange

00:49:33--> 00:49:38

make your speech equal on the open with it. Then Allah

00:49:39--> 00:49:44

the meaning and he comes in the form of or have an order, but in this case that is what

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

he showed me. The meaning is in

00:49:56--> 00:49:57

the second one

00:50:00--> 00:50:03

terms up main activity here are pulumi redstate

00:50:04--> 00:50:06

comes in the form of birth it is what

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

the last one

00:50:17--> 00:50:19

that could have been the E

00:50:21--> 00:50:22

and E for sure it is not

00:50:27--> 00:50:27

okay

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

it's versus

00:50:39--> 00:50:40

this is a little bit tricky

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

these six verses all have something in common but loves the same thing

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

what can i How can I say these six verses all have something in common

00:50:52--> 00:50:55

but that principle in common is being used in a different way

00:51:02--> 00:51:03

but he hubiera

00:51:05--> 00:51:07

when I entered when we interfere in our

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

home in America

00:51:13--> 00:51:15

men and 30 with a lot

00:51:17--> 00:51:18

then Rebecca O'Hara

00:51:20--> 00:51:22

and him to let him know he had an end he has

00:51:24--> 00:51:25

a woman

00:51:28--> 00:51:29

I'll give you I'll give you a hint

00:51:31--> 00:51:39

as to be all using one principle but they're using in a different way. But these two verses are using the same principle in exactly the same way. What does that

00:51:42--> 00:51:43

mean in 30 in the law,

00:51:44--> 00:51:50

what is next two verses are using the same principle in exactly the same Naropa ohada

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

is very similar to

00:52:01--> 00:52:02

what about what about

00:52:04--> 00:52:05

something that's

00:52:11--> 00:52:15

they usually use the use of one officer that

00:52:16--> 00:52:19

meaning another one and this is a very big

00:52:20--> 00:52:23

dumb example. But again, it is

00:52:24--> 00:52:28

almost hungry for 100 examples from a useful one

00:52:31--> 00:52:31

in the place of

00:52:34--> 00:52:35

the place,

00:52:36--> 00:52:37

or meaning another one

00:52:38--> 00:52:42

for example, Lv hubiera about humans

00:52:44--> 00:52:49

but as no hubiera was the case of that was a thing

00:52:50--> 00:52:51

of being in the same places as

00:52:53--> 00:52:55

a million people and in hell.

00:52:57--> 00:52:58

And here is

00:53:00--> 00:53:03

the opposite of the first one here I'm taking the

00:53:08--> 00:53:08

word home

00:53:12--> 00:53:14

not replacing my

00:53:16--> 00:53:17

home my

00:53:19--> 00:53:21

mother and 30 with a long

00:53:30--> 00:53:31

list of

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

men and 30 men

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

and below

00:53:45--> 00:53:48

a lamb replaces either

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

the N

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

211 that he had and he had

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

the memory that

00:54:05--> 00:54:06

memory left

00:54:10--> 00:54:11

replaces

00:54:14--> 00:54:15

let's see what else we got.

00:54:18--> 00:54:22

Okay, what is the principle being used in these two perspectives? Are they almost the same?

00:54:24--> 00:54:27

Cool machine Harlequin Illa which

00:54:29--> 00:54:30

we have a college rural

00:54:35--> 00:54:39

what's the principle being use your machine had a coup Illa

00:54:42--> 00:54:52

so on Okay, so everything and he will be prepared except his face. His face me a meme alone. So what do you what would you call them

00:54:57--> 00:54:59

using any the name of the

00:55:00--> 00:55:01

Courts have some referring to the whole

00:55:03--> 00:55:05

system. An aliquot

00:55:10--> 00:55:13

which is nothing less than a machine

00:55:17--> 00:55:18

doesn't mean

00:55:22--> 00:55:24

to use your mana

00:55:27--> 00:55:29

age use your mana, linguistic term

00:55:31--> 00:55:32

choosing your

00:55:33--> 00:55:34

demographic.

00:55:38--> 00:55:41

Oprah, Oprah was 19 Don't ask

00:55:46--> 00:55:50

me Let me help you. This one is very similar to the ones who just

00:55:52--> 00:55:54

the one we just finished when we just

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

collusion Harlequin Illa, which

00:55:58--> 00:56:02

is a phobia in Minnesota.

00:56:03--> 00:56:04

I'm gonna make it easier

00:56:06--> 00:56:08

narrowed down to the point I want you to

00:56:09--> 00:56:10

know.

00:56:15--> 00:56:16

What does it mean literally

00:56:21--> 00:56:22

means to put the whole thing

00:56:24--> 00:56:25

would you call this

00:56:27--> 00:56:31

in Arabic and English is to begin with an Arabic language Academic

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

Services.

00:56:40--> 00:56:43

Exactly the opposite of the person.

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

Okay, the famous verse in the Quran Surah

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

Surah verse 11. needs the commitment he she

00:56:58--> 00:57:00

made the commitment he said.

00:57:02--> 00:57:03

What about

00:57:09--> 00:57:10

data or

00:57:15--> 00:57:15

machine

00:57:25--> 00:57:25

learning?

00:57:29--> 00:57:33

Listen carefully committed at either the past

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

or the

00:57:39--> 00:57:44

nanny, he is a really Danny, he could be I mean, they said the horseshoe

00:57:45--> 00:57:47

shape which is

00:57:49--> 00:57:51

or what?

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

If

00:57:59--> 00:58:05

any, especially, that's the point I wanted to mention, and what they call in Arabic yet or

00:58:07--> 00:58:09

needed or extra letters.

00:58:10--> 00:58:17

And it is some debate among the scholars. Many scholars, especially among the setup, they said there is no such thing and

00:58:19--> 00:58:22

there was no unneeded letters in the Koran or unneeded words.

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So in other words, both cat The cat and they both have their

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cats that mean

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nothing, nothing listen and listen to it no matter

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where you

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raise

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money

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from

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strangers since the middle of history,

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lacking some sort of say no.

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Any ability

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security for example, he doesn't say there's no strings in the Quran, but he says and you should avoid to try to see do your best to figure out what it means. If you cannot figure out any meaningful work, when you see

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some of these photos This is no extraneous letters or words.

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I know we have we have

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to be careful.

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I want

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to actually I mentioned it in particular to mention the dispute about whether or not their experience and that is

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going to be

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a

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win win try to enter into

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just one more type of example some

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of the style of Arabic language

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history

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versus again.

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They have,

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they're using the same principle. The second the second verse I'm going to read Yanni most people don't realize it is of this nature. But according to the numbers that is that

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we stick around in humans, humans in

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the first lists couldn't hook on Connie to

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the second verse.

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But definitely in a world that couldn't be saved

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with common, common littlestone. denominator, that's a good way to save. But another way to stay, use SMM

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and use the general term, but you mean not everyone but a particular class, for example, you already mentioned.

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And it applies only to

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me, because

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in this book, run by the verse, Mr. Peroni leadenham

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couldn't recall any true

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meaning of that could have been the hook on it quicker than our best This is nothing or many people understand it as meaning everyone,

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everything is two minutes or less and data. But the first two

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are specific to growth, even numbers specifically, those people who will be

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the death knell of weather condition.

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We are open for them, we open for them, everything.

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Any of those things that they like.

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And if it's a rubber collision include Yanni these are good things

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with our data in this verse

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with the like,

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these are some of the principles of the Arabic language. And if we can find use often in Milan, in many other aspects to the Arabic language, for example, the Quran also

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introduced new terms

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to the Arabic language, and in many,

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the Quran change the Arabic language in many ways.

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There was some or I should say, perhaps this to say that it's learning the Arabic language.

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For example, there are some terms that were used in India that are never used have never been used.

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for different reasons. Some of them actually this progression from the purposes

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of respect to specific terms, some of them are terms that were you.

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More bah,

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bah,

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bah,

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bah, you will do it again after Islam

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is the is the quarter of the edema that the the ruler used to take into him

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after his damage was putting into, but also, any exam also introduced new new words, or words with new meanings.

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Especially for example, with respect to the words to the names of almost

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any these names have new meanings to them. That if you just take the meanings of them from the Arabic language, you cannot apply them to,

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for example, the Shaku

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within this record.

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Okay, but if you if you take it from the Arabic point of view, the secret is the person who thinks that one because he's indebted to that to that person, or that person did something with this pitfall, let's handle it dad is with me, daddy.

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You just need to know. And even with respect to a lesson with data, the meaning that the term that's one of the means of eliciting data that actually existed during sensitivity

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did not exist during the same as

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someone who's

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also Islam came and gave new meanings to for example, the word Islam, Deen, Sharia, all of these things have now their own new meanings according to the and if you want to understand the Quran, and it makes the city have to understand these terms, in the light of

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the light of Islamic

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definitions. Also included on that is not the cat with the M.

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But that's when it's used for less than 10 with Allah.

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Allah

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Allah

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Someone someone translated a book by a minister Regina has been visited. I don't remember the complete title of that.

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But apparently there's mention of the prophet in the symbolism to be associated with something that

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was the law, it was still one third of the book. It says the prayers of Allah, and peacekeeper.

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When it's used for Allah Subhana, Allah means with

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the mercy of blessing. There's also a description of people, and movement and Mujahid Muslim, as soon as they already have their own Islamic Terminal Terminal movement. Again,

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it's one of the words that one of the names of Allah subhanaw taala,

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obviously has a different meaning. And he wouldn't be with us for listening to a data, then we can use for mental that's another aspect of it, and it related to the Arabic language, that you have to keep in mind that there are some terms that are defined islamically in the Quran.

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And when you interpret the Quran, you cannot just simply rely upon

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the Arabic meaning of the words, but you have to look to

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how Islam defines us. Well, any before we finish about the Arabic language, you have to put it in its proper place.

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And we have not talked about how many sources of

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sin

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festivals that

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we talked about whether or not and we talked about. Now the avalanche. Now it is true that we the Quran is revealed in the Arabic language. And you will not find anything in the from the group, again, necessarily.

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But at the same time, as I said, because of all of these different aspects of the Arabic language, for example, supplements, food and other aspects.

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And it would place the the Arabic language come in the order of sources to see.

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And he comes after the put on until it comes out to the seminar the problems. And in other words, if the public doesn't define the term and says this term exists. For example, when he says about

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that in that particular verse, that means should, and no one can come along if there's no room here means

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and in business or booth doing something wrong, because that's the meaning of the word no, processing them defined it as miniature restatements of the Sahaba. Also, if there's a harvest day that this verse was in,

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or it has some principle via language, word means something, then this statement is to be preferred to anyone who might try to interpret diversity and without looking for the same in this either. And try to define it simply on the basis of every color

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scheme for this domain. And

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which one

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Have you? here probably you should rely on the statements.

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And if the domain says that this phrase and such means this, then rely on what he said, rather than the Arabic language? Well, this points whether it leads to the danger of those people who turn to the Koran and they try to interpret the Quran, on the basis of the Arabic language only. And what they claim to know. Without looking first to its explanation based on the Quran, was something that

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was statements of the Sahaba and so forth, to unpack them in

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a moment in his introduction towards the theory. He said that those people who and he tried to interpret the Quran by looking just to the Arabic lens, and not relying upon what is the theory.

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And he looked unknown, not relying upon what has been narrated concerning the Quran with respect to the Quran and unusual words of the Quran.

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And what is included in there of any facade or ellipses of addition and mark up being with the heat and so forth. He says the one who does that, who,

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who failed to look at what the provinces in him said about it, and what the Sahaba said about and so forth. He said he is the same person or is the same as those people who interpret the Quran according to their right to their own opinion. Well, we know earlier how tough he was, according any of those people who interpreted simply according to their own opinion, when he gives an example that you cannot just simply understand the Quran based on the Arabic language. And he says, suppose someone tries to read the verse. What? Tina Samudra, Nakata what's the rotten padala movie?

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How would you understand that? what's what's the literal meaning of that?

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When attained at the moon and up at the monster atom for velomobile

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this is verse 59. With the literal meaning please quickly we don't have much time.

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Literally, literally believe Okay, who is Muslim?

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Enough as most

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of them will be here

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so they had a camel camel

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who How would you translate?

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He can see

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he has a secret they have a she camel who can see on a monitor, to translate this verse is literally impossible. ignoring what it means

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it would mean that we gave the mood meaning the people of the mood

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she came with a good see and they committed in just to

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be happy out means with with it or by the mean either one.

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That was the first mean.

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And if you just if you just I mean went through it for the Arabic language that's what it means. But of course the only we know that the Quran has its own

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particular style and we know the meaning of this verse based on other verses of the Quran that the Naga the sheikh mo was given to them as a sign from Allah subhana wa sallam was put on here means a visible thing.

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Visible type of little movie has been they were they committed wrong because of it meaning because what we know from the other verses in the Quran, they committed wrong by killing it means because they can

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even mustard also, any during the time of

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someone was referring to this verse.

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we omit we omit that piece. And

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so maybe it's a funny movie

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with me, by the way,

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who made that piece of maybe 200 movie to understand

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during the time of evening, so someone came to the Massoud

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while he was sitting in the mosque, and he said this from one

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is

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interpreting this verse

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stating that on davidman sentences will happen,

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which is one of the meanings up

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11 Massoud said that the one who has knowledge should speak and the one who doesn't have knowledge to say.

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He said that that verse is referring to the time when the police were being very difficult to find the problem

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was the provinces didn't make dua against them to have a time of

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like drought, like the time of use.

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And Danny, they had a very hard time until they could find nothing to nothing to eat. One of them would look to the sky and in the sky he would see smoke.

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So every muscle thing that those people can interpret in this verse according to the Arabic language only. And seeing any misstep t referring me either to the day of judgment or saying these people are wrong. Eunice's event occurred during the time of romanticism shut to be give this example in his book and most of all, and he has an example of where people might try to

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reverse interpret particularly particular verses simply by looking at the target without realizing the context in which it was revealed. What does the husband superserver Why will Tamia and his famous book customer Kadima

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he says, Danny, this when, when reading the Quran, you have to keep in mind who is the speaker

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and in the Quran comes from Allah subhanho wa Taala is the speech of Allah subhana wa sallam, and who is directed to and who has it revealed to and what time it was revealed to and what it is referring to all of these things you have to keep in mind.

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And there's another example of that case of that.

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something of that nature is in sort of LS RA, verse 16.

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In which again, if you look

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to the Arabic of the verse, you will come up with a meaning, which is completely different from what is meant by by alesund.

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What is Aradhna and Nick and Mr. Ravi here, first of

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all, but the manner the mirror

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anyone who decide

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this the way by the way, I believe a study translated when we decide to destroy a town

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we commend those among them who are given the good things of this life to be obedient.

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But they continue to transmit, so that the word is proved true against them, then we destroy them.

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Obviously, the use of it and

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when he turns around this versus keeping in mind the principles that they mentioned, and the tools, the speaker, what the scholars say about this verse and so forth.

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Otherwise, what's the meaning of that verse? Again, literally,

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what does diversity it is things that allow them to commit.

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We know there's not there's not the meaning of the verse.

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And the Arabic language is something very important to understand the Quran, but at the same time, and each one should be careful to try to simply understand the Quran on the basis of the Arabic language. We had an example of that the reserve mentioned during Ramadan, in which some people walked away from this mosque here, including those people who are

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somewhere someone before they are deaf and deaf and dumb, that these people are the worst people in the sight of

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this

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some people

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because they figure this out has no meaning. Beginning with the Quran is about getting any who reveals the Parana what the Quran is all talking about. And they come up with that. Would that mean

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that in the Quran, the Arabic language is very important to to know to understand the Quran properly,

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where the more you understand the Arabic language inshallah, the more you can get from the Quran, I advise all of you to do your best to increase your understanding of the Arabic language. So you can understand things for example, like the difference between the hermit Christopher Dalai Lama

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in Mexico in Mexico and Nicaragua, why one not the other and, and for those of us who don't have that knowledge and are not that strong in the Arabic language, then we should turn to the books and proceed with the scholars have discussed the things and especially when we hear the air when we hear the Quran is not just some words as a means to us, but we're not really sure what it means, but we really get the meaning of the song.

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I think that's a good point.

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If there's any questions still, they want some more examples of everything.

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The rest you have to quit