Principles Of Tafseer Part 8

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From the left, to him the lowest level of cinema Cinema.

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Now are the lecture in the series was the series. And in the first part of this series Actually,

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this is the first part of this

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is actually about students the fear or the sources of the fear.

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And if someone wants to make proceed, what do you have to refer to? Well, so far we've discussed

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many sources

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for discussing the Quran, and Sunnah.

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Was the other.

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Was the vein

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a little?

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Is everything clear so far?

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no problem. For example, if I ask you about the verse in the Quran

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nobody knows the view in my second one, my capoeira. All of you can answer why it is check it out.

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You can support your argument by poetry.

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The poetry

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will just make sure that everyone understood the first two lectures which are the most

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the most interesting probably for you folks, I assume that you knew before I begin the last two lectures, the last three lectures I assume that you people knew everything. And those last two lectures and I wasn't taking that seriously.

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So we will learn

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from these two things

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we have to go through

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is already

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the meaning of Ghana, and the Quran has different meanings.

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And Alyson hanworth Allah is talking about evolution says okay, the mineral with the meanings

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the word job, Jilin put on does it ever mean? How

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does the word gyla ever mean?

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Sure, okay. Even knowing in the Quran as a whole, the whole Quran, the word Giada ever mean to

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You don't need to

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play? What's the difference between this one? Everyone I think knows, what's the difference between agree?

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Are they

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at me?

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what's what's the meaning of the question?

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What's the difference between a

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which is stronger than that's why usually when used for a low which one is used to use

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for the haircut? Ah, man, that

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is it.

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you missed the lecture at Allianz, these are the things that you can only know by

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what they've been transmitted by from the sub into

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words in the forum, some of them you can only know.

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So, after the sources of the chip, you finally come to the topic for today, or this is the bare bones zone. And it's places that you

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actually probably this topic should have been with the

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with the topic right after the Sahaba sort of proceed with a plan to build it later. But now plan to change.

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The way one thing that they did not discuss in with respect to the Arabic language is something known as the theater muscles

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to split the muscles, and I skipped it because I think it's better for Muslim fifth class and

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it didn't discuss anymore much better by the city than it is are much more detailed by this means and by the city without discussion, for example, of general in particular

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the spectrum.

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And the verses in the Quran can be divided into two categories.

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One category are those verses that were revealed, and either contained teachings,

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or laws that were revealed any from from from a lesson Hannah with data without any real

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incident leading towards or without any real, what we would call a cause with equal cause. And they were coming from Allah subhana wa tada to teach the Muslims without any particular occasion leading to that to that revelation.

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Well, that, of course is a large number, a large portion of the Quran is of that nature. And it was revealed by a listener with Allah without

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any necessary incident or issue leading up to it.

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But the second group of verses are those verses that were revealed.

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After a particular incident, or due to specific reason.

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even this The second category, we can basically divide into two.

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What are those verses that were revealed?

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As a result of someone putting a question to the problem from

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someone asked the province, I send them something. And I'll let them kind of with that a review of the incident.

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Where the second category are,

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those things that are related to the sperm are related to a god

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are the results of particular events or incidents. That happened during the public stand,

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in which the Muslims needed some guidance and some teaching, from Alyson Hanna, what data for that particular time for that particular event, which they have not had before. So under those circumstances, Allah subhanaw taala revealed

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versus to guide him in that particular incident.

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What this means and why I actually I point this out specifically that there's two types of versus

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those that have some kind of verb and those that do not have any kind of verb or reason behind it, necessarily. Because we're using the word reason here very loosely. Don't take it literally.

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The reason I mentioned that is because some scholars and he they tried to find, or they try to give some reason for almost every verse in the Quran, this was revealed.

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They tried to seek

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any Why would this verse revealed when was this verse was revealed and why and so forth. But that's not necessary any many verses in the Quran they revealed, coming from Allah subhana wa data, without any particular incidents that led

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to the revelation. So for example, with respect to all of the verses about Musa

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Moses and his struggle against the crown, and so, so on. And one of them look, for example, that the reason these verses were revealed,

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is that when the Muslims in Mecca, they were under a lot of oppression. And any this guy, these kinds of verses, were revealed to them at that time, because of their situation to give them lead sightings of a situation similar to Moses, where his people were oppressed, and then all this kind of with Allah bless them and so far, but actually, there's no need for such an extravagant reason.

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Also, another thing that's not part of spamming the zoo, are those verses that refer to past events. And if for example,

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related What does it referring to

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the wholesaler is referring to

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so it's referring to an event that occurred before the time of the problem from the system. Now, would you consider the what happened when they tried to attack MCO? Would you consider that as the as the boon for that verse for that sort of

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you would

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end it incident which they tried to attack them as as the revenues roll for that verse. And it is feminism should be relatively speaking timewise close to the incident. And it this is Alyssa Hannah without is referring to something that happened in the past.

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And he did attack the attempted attack on methods Mateus Bevan, Mizzou. And it for for the sort of, unfortunately, it

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probably the, perhaps one of the most famous books on the zoo.

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One of the earliest and perhaps the most famous, unfortunately he included that material.

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In his book.

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On his own he included this kind of thing as being as good as usual. For example,

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when I was when I was guided to spread,

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taking Abraham as is

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in the book

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right now

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on whether the reasons that a brother to listen Henrik data,

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but the other scholars of the other scholars enough to be with

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respect to the importance of governance.

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And I think it's important for most people is very clear,

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especially with respect to the, to the put on.

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And actually any kind of speech or any kind of writing has to be understood. And it within its own context.

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So the person has to know who the speaker is, who is being addressed, at what time under what circumstances and what is being referred to. Back, we talked about that last time at the ending of the lecture last time about those people who tried to make the field of Iran just based on the Arabic language,

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and they ignore the other sources of proceeds. And you cannot, you cannot do it.

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Because it was the crown was revealed at a specific time to specific people. And it was revealed concerning things that were happening to them.

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And its main purpose was to give them guidance, and to express the guidance in such a way that they would understand it, and also other people in the future would be able to understand it with the right with the proper background nodes. So therefore, many things were left out of the Quran, and in many, much information, and it was left out of the Quran, because every one of them knew what it was referring to. But actually, it's not only the case, with respect to the Quran, as I said, any writing any speech, you have to understand,

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to put it in a loose English way. Yep, that has been where it's coming from.

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And one of the writers,

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he gives an example of some lines of poetry that were written during the time of JT,

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if you read the lines of poetry, it sounds like he is he is telling his people

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I didn't read it, don't

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try to read my handwriting again. And if you read, if you read those lines of poetry sounds like he is telling his people to avoid war and to help these

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people to avoid war.

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But if you understand the context

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of the poll, and what he's actually referring to, he's telling his people to go to war.

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And so, if you don't understand and what was the goal written to whom and under what circumstances and you will get the opposite meaning from

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similarly also

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in the Arabic language, for example,

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or the imperative

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and under basically implies,

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basically, basically implies that you want an action to be done or an obligation or something. But obviously, it doesn't have to be any effect

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or the imperative form has up to 70 minute meanings in here. So how are you going to know what are the which meaning does it mean exactly? Unless sometimes you can look at the context, but many times the context is sufficient. Many times you have to know information which is outside external to what it is you're reading is what it is you do. Well, that's similar to the case

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with the Quran, especially with respect to the Quran, because it was it was revealed at a specific time to guide a certain people who understood what it is talking about. And it was revealed that way that it would avoid useless detail.

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But at the same time, he would not be too too worried. We mentioned also this is this point, this habit and self understood. I think in the first lecture, we we mentioned the discussion that took place between Omaha province as

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well as student birth.

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And why is this Muslim Ummah going to split into groups?

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And his profit is one scribblers one, his book, his book, his book is one Why should it fit into?

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What was it been? I personally

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read the introduction to that?

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Just kidding.

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But you don't remember him? I'm sure it's in your notes. And his answer was,

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he told him Yeah, I'm in a movie and in the Quran has been revealed to us.

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And we recite it, and we know about what it is. In other words, we know what it's referring to.

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He says after us, they will come with people who will recite the Quran, but they will not know the context that has been reduced. In other words, they won't know what it's talking about.

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They will then use their opinions to interpret the Quran. When they use their opinions, when they resort to the opinion they will differ. When they differ, they will fight

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so and it means the knowing the what the Quran is revealing what is the word

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In the Quran referring to

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and it's very edited, we actually talking about the environment of the Quran.

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But some of the, by the way, some of the stories they point out

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when they talk about the importance of the cinema and knowing the prophets light and heavy, this is this is probably one of the

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any recognized aspects of the preservation of this external information actually is required and estimated and cannot live without it, they want to understand.

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So the governance role plays a very important role in understanding what the Quran is talking about. And in fact, as will as we'll see, and even many verses of Quran in fact cannot be understood properly without looking to this.

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Besides and after they've been addressed many of the scholars they recognize the importance of seven Zulu. And when talking about making almost all of them stressed, stressed, many of them said that no one is allowed to make the fear until he knows until he's familiar with the science of it.

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Even taymiyah said knowledge of the subject leads to knowledge of the

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pretty enthymeme usually is very logical.

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But if we just give some, some examples of some of the conclusions that we could come through, for example, if we do not use

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if we are ignorant of feminism, and these examples, inshallah they're meant to

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drive home the point of the importance of feminism,

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either one of them.

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Were some of these examples we discussed earlier, for example, in the first lecture, so let's pick those brothers who were here from the beginning to

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show Mashallah how much they

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the same, perhaps the same lecture press the same few minutes that we discussed that means

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if we are ignorant of us above in the zone, we could argue

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that alcohol is Hello.

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Hello. We could argue from the Quran that any type of food any type of drink,

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what would be what verse would we use to prove that from?

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Lisa Alan Levine homina, homina salekhard. genome FEMA, IMO is

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for aminata. Mohammed Masada has the front row.

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This is the verses that shall be no sin upon those who believe in do good works, what they may have eaten. So be mindful of your duty to align to good works. And again, be mindful of your duty and belief. And once again, be mindful of your duty and derive levels because this is Mohammed victim translation.

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It's a difficult thing to repeat. How are you going to explain? But it was one of those verses by the way that said, quote the Roosevelt he said, I have thought about for a long time, how come this word is repeated three times in this verse and I still haven't been able to come up

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with the reason why it repeated three times. Mr. So this verse basically saying that no matter what the believers in those who are pious, eat and drink, cookie,

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pudding alcohol. In fact, one of the Sahaba

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he said, I am one of those. They mean, we drink up, what's the problem with this region

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and a fabulous local

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government. And

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so in this case, the seven is very clear.

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Anyway, when we gave our definition of witnesses, this case is very clear that this verse was revealed, because of certain reasons behind it. Well, that reasoning or that incident explains to us the meaning of this. But without that reasoning, without looking through that as well. We will not understand what is the meaning of this. And he wouldn't this other after alcohol was made forbidden.

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Some of the Sahaba came to the provinces.

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And they asked him what about those believers who had died and drank alcohol and until their death because before prohibition?

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Well, listen what data answered them by revealing this that what they did before is

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another example

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like the

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greatness again of the Spellman resort? We could say any extra some of the validity. Some of the people have actually said that the woman who was in menopause

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that there is no Ada for her.

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As long as she has no doubt about the fact that you

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what is what is the proof from the Quran?

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Definitely the verse sort of block, verse four and four sets up your women as the spirit of menstruation and menopausal women. If you don't the period of waking, she'll be three months along with those who have not yet ministry. So what's the what's the problem with that?

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And the person says, obviously, we're talking about a problem. So the problem with that reasoning should answer should be right away, or they didn't take into consideration.

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What is this? That?

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I said it's wrong, the middle class a woman?

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According to the law, hurry, there's no exit for her. If she has some doubt about whether she is.

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Yeah, that's not what I said. I said, if she didn't have any, should be she does.

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what's what's the problem with that line? And the reason this gross was revealed with this feminism behind it, is that Allah subhanaw taala talked about the editor and sort of

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talked about those women who had ministration

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and the discussion sort of Baccarat was surrounding those women who demonstration how many ministrations

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so they had dealt in their mind. What about the woman who

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is menopause after menstruation? And what about the woman who

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hasn't had menstruation? Well, that's why this versus this is with adults here is referring to the duck that they had. What about these people? How are they supposed to behave?

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So if you notice that when the zoo

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was built anyway, this revenue zoo, so that that dealt was

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actually referring to what is the ruling from the original

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verse reveal, consuming and save, okay? Also, if we don't keep in mind, this one is great.

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We don't keep in mind,

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then we could argue from the Quran, that it is permissible to pray in any direction, we do not have to face the camera.

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What would be my appropriate

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thing number one move for some

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sort of Baccarat verse 115, and two along the east and the west.

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And I like this word feel like this moment picked up translated as reverse however, your turn, there is a load on

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this verse, that someone could take this verse and say that this means that actually we don't have to face the Kaaba any way we face.

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What's the problem with that?

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ignored governance executive, you jumped to another topic

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What was it? What is this governance? In other words, what is that verse expert?

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Somebody and one of the reasons

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was referring to some people who tried to determine where the problem they cannot determine. In that case, then you do your best to determine and no matter where you face it, this

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is also another specific reason for which this versus

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this other reason was maybe

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and specifically as revealed at that time,

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which was

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the other the other, the location. And the other references this verse is talking about is that when you're traveling, and you're going to pray now through that, and you're that time when they're writing on animal now if you're in a plane or car, and it is permissible to pray while writing an animal, or sitting and enough for that to occur, and you may face any direction, the more limited for the first segment we should try to cover and then after that, anything, others even even the first segment isn't necessarily the case.

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What happens when you don't take into consideration that's the zone and you just take the verses out by themselves another example that we gave earlier.

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And I think I think the

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the first lecture if I remember correctly, should be the first lecture.

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Someone could argue and this one now this one all of you will get very quickly inshallah. Someone could argue from the Quran that going between the mountains of Safa and Marwa during the Hajj is not necessary.

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What's the proof for that?

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Let me ask you another question friends is the one I mentioned in the

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first one is the

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lowest opponent. Moreover,

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we are threatening are among the indications are the stands of a lot of different no thing for him who was on pilgrimage to the house of visitors to go around them. And he does good of his own accord, lower lows responsible way, please, what's the problem with that?

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is ignored ignores the 70s?

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I wonder why

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he knows the tricks.

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That way.

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Why did this verse was revealed and why is it in that manner.

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This verse also has more than one

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we used to do a

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lot this was some of them have affinity. But that's not what stated explicitly in the indo Pacific, because many parts of the hedge they used to do, for example have to do. So that's not actually the reason behind it. There's two

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reasons for some of the people have the idea. They used to be

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in each for a rich man. So

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I used to go to back and forth, both of them thought in particular,

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it was from Southern Morocco that they used to make

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for one of their items.

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So therefore they felt the idea of Islam, that they shouldn't go to these places, because that's what they used to do. Well, let's head on with data, revealed this verse, and showing them that it's just part of the heads and there's no harm for them to do it. In other words, actually, not only is it no harm for them to do it, as you might understand from the verse, but it is part of the hedge. Finally, another last example of

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the possible devastating conclusions that when ignored in the zoo.

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We can see in the in the case of the

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the case of the cordage. Any one of their biggest problems is they took many verses out of context. They didn't, they didn't concern themselves with this Southern zone and what those nurses referring to weapon armor. One time said that they are the worst of all, as gracious

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as they quote the Quranic verses describing the report, and they apply to them.

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So that's also another aspect of this problem is Oh, there's certain verses that describing certain people. And if you apply those verses to the wrong people, you'll end up with very dangerous, very wrong conclusions as happened in the case of

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the footage.

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Some of the importance or some of the dangers, some examples that show you the dangers that could occur. And if we're not familiar with this feminism, and beyond that, of course, there's many benefits

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that we can get from knowing this.

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Number one, as we just noted, sir, alluded to, that many times the correct meaning of a verse can only be known by looking at this,

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you do not look at this problem as well, we will not be able to find the correct meaning of the verse, we don't get the correct meaning of the verse we will end up with maybe a wrong conclusion, or some wrong belief or something of that nature.

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Secondly, also and I'll give you an example of this later.

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This is also through the no knowledge of dominance rule, by which we can tell if a particular ruling is meant to be particular and not you know,

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they said I'll give an example of this

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simile also, through us who we can tell the specific people that the verses are talking about, well, the verses are praising specific people,

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any patient specific people and through this feminism, we know who those people are, it is important for knowing the Sahaba and their and their place in there for those that this is an important aspect of recognizing the place of the Sahaba. Similarly, also, by knowing this stuff in the zoo, we can sometimes

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any, for example, one of the Sahaba is wrongfully accused of being referred to by specific words by knowing this is all

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So we can refute this, for example, Marwan

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he refused to make that decision, or wanted his name in the verse, Olivia called anyone he opened the Kuma verse and who and the one who said to his parents, five on your boat, he said this verse was

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referring to

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why he refuted, it said if you want to connect with people who was

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also through the knowing this govern the zoo,

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any by which we can really appreciate the wisdom of the city and the goals of the city and Allah subhana wa has mercy upon us and looking after the Muslim as the Muslim mean, and this in this world, because many feminist feminism came and he too, help the Muslim mean and to guide them in a difficult problem or difficult situation or someplace in which they did not know how to behave based on that, based on their knowledge also any the knowledge of US government will increase increases or a man shall increases our relationship to Allah subhanaw taala.

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Another very important,

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another very important

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aspect of feminism

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can be

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and it can be seen from this verse, tell me what is the meaning that you get from this verse?

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In this verse

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says, say, I find not and that which is revealed and to me are prohibited, either that the there are exceptions to be carried, or blood poured forth, or swine flesh, for that barely a spell or the abomination which was emulated for the name of other than all others.

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To follow. You heard the verse in Arabic, what's the first impression that you get from this?

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The first, the first impression that you get from this verse, is it's just stating everything that is around and, and everything after that is her

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hula doodle female illenium or Roman

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or an English as he translated

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by not in that which is revealed, and to me as prohibited. Except,

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so that's, that's the meaning that you get from the verse. And sometimes that's the case if you don't consider us government zone, you will get this kind of mistake, which a statement is made, for example, in the general or Muslim or unconstrained form one. In fact, that doesn't mean

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for example, taking into consideration this problem is all what is this verse talking about?

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This is something by the way that Mr. Jaffe pointed out. Remember, join me certiport wasn't for a membership he understood.

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The verse was revealed according to

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the verse was revealed, any tool or any in reference to the wish to keep the policy is that they used to say and it based on their own and their own ignorance that this food is halal in this food is haram and proper.

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And based on what this verse was telling them that only Allah has the right to say what

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and these things that they are allowed or allowed and it is no source for them from Allah.

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This is how they've been explained this person is referring to the machine that was was revealed specifically at the time when the machine Danny was thinking through the process didn't add things or analysis around while our the province has said in response to them was there's no source for that from Allah subhana wa Tada This is what you're saying I don't find anything and I hello and what is revealed to me So for these things, but it doesn't mean any all inclusive. It is just pointing out to them that the one who has the right to make them the Helen Hara is

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you with them join

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turnip three members Happy Wednesday.

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Also known by the way this doesn't make the Quran

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easier to memorize.

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And because if you if you keep in mind,

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and what the what's the context, what's the verses talking about? Sometimes you can almost visualize it in your mind. And this is what's happened and this is what I learned and so forth. So the knowledge of this webinar has also helped us in memorizing the Quran.

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Finally, and it is through the knowledge of this, so that we can avoid much confusion

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about what different versus our meaning. Sometimes it looks like verses are contradicting each other. One person is one thing and the other one says something slightly different. Many times it's through us above and the zero that we can

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Understand why there's different wordings to different verses. For example, with respect to jihad.

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And obviously in the Quran, you can find verses in Jihad saying that

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you should not you should not try to restrain yourself and don't fight.

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You could find verses in the Quran

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which Allah subhanho wa Taala praises those people who took part in the Jihad and didn't put any blame upon those people who didn't.

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And you can find other verses in the Quran in which I'll listen to what data is included with us. If you read into that verses to to

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see first of what the parliaments way.

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This is one of the one that always when there isn't

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even the old and the youngest, capable and incapable everyone. So you can find any verses in the chronic stress that everyone has to go out and you have any those who go out and you had the reward and there's no blame upon those who didn't laugh, or even young adults make you How are you going to understand these verses without notice that they were revealed at different times? And they are referring to different circumstances and occasions.

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So those are some of the some of the benefits that we can get by inshallah being knowledgeable in this area have

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a question about that before we move on.

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Data promises to preserve the vicar What's the meaning of this?

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What's the meaning of Quran for them? Is the Quran simply the wording of the Quran or it's the wording in the medium

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is both the wording and the medium.

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So when Allah subhanho wa Taala promises to preserve this,

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even if your understanding of the Quran this this verse,

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simply the Quran then Allah subhana wa tada is preserving the Quran the lettering of the Quran and also the wording and also the meaning of

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so if Allah subhana wa tada is preserving also the meaning of the Quran. That means Allah subhana wa Taala is preserving all the things that we need to know the meaning. So that means that also this government zone, or the Hadoop ecosystem, the Arabic language all these things have been preserved. For us to in order for us to know that this is all part of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So the answers is

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known as in the Quran, the mobile app is known, and is the meaning of record here. If you go to the salon, the code has three different meanings. It could mean revelation in general, it could mean the Parana could mean doesn't mean any one of them.

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if it means just the Quran, for example, in this verse, we revealed the difference, and we will preserve it. And I mean just to put on, as I said, the Quran includes the meaning of so that means all those things, when Allah Subhana Allah says he preserved the decoded means all those things that are needed to understand the vicar also will be preserved.

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Now, obviously, about seven years old,

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how can we determine a spelling disorder the specific person?

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Can we, for example, sit and read the verse and say, Hmm, this verse must have been revealed For this reason, or that reason?

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Why you will find people who do it's not just people, I mean people, writers, today who do it,

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anyone they will if you read some specific stuff here. Sometimes the writer says, this verse was revealed.

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And because of this, and this reason, because the meaning of the verse sounds like it's referring to something, so they say it must have been revealed at that time for this reason. But actually,

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Burma zoo is something completely Luckily, it must be something narrated and cannot be, cannot be just something illogical that we sit and say, I think this was a real for that, for that has to be nothing It has to be narrated, narrated from whom

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obviously, when we when we say nobody, we mean

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narrated by the people who witnessed the event or narrated from the people who witnessed even. So, therefore, any of the reports of a stubbornness or also therefore, have to meet the same requirements as a teddy

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bear was first was to accept a certain duration as a new rule has to be authentic, has to meet the certain conditions. Now, there's a confusion that arises

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because of some of the terms that are used by for example, the Sahaba in the 17.

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Use specific terms. And people understand by that understand from that term that must have been discovered.

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So we have to be very careful that when we go to the Saba, and we read with the Sahaba, or Sabine said, we have to be very careful to distinguish between when they're saying that something is actually the governor's own. And when in fact, that's not what they mean, we have to distinguish very carefully between the two.

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Well, I will, I will, I will explain it more. Just be patient.

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When you miss the review, that

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there's some term for this other use that literally mean definitively that that

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that incident that they're describing is the US government.

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For example, if they say, some of them the Zulu heavy al Qaeda,

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which translated things which would save us government is all of that versus this, that is the definitive expression from the Sahaba does that is

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if the if they, for example, mentioned that someone came to them and asked the province, I send them something, or they mentioned an incident that occurred,

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and then they use the letter.

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And this, in this case, implies with

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in this case, that means, for example, therefore, then businesses versus roof review, they use the word, the letter, but then this means that they're describing this problem. And he did, someone came to the provinces, tell them and ask them this. But then prism says vs reveals This is an explicit statement from the Sahabi. That, that this thing that he's describing this is

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for someone disadvantage, but

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implies that any this verses were revealed directly, after and related to this question with this.

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One other expression that you will hear a lot is, nevertheless, heavy ly ethically.

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What about this is this the definitive statement of the

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having a advocate or this verse was revealed in reference to

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consensus exists? This is not a definitive statement.

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It is not. This means this means that the meaning of the verse

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includes or

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me This means that the meaning of the verse covers that incident. So for example, suppose someone does something.

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Suppose for example,

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kills someone else.

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Right? So then, hubby could say, and he takes the verse of the Quran

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that talks about the one who kills another believer, and he can say that this verse,

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nevertheless, happy life because this is what it means that this verse, the meaning of this verse, applies to what has happened. So it's not the stuff it's not, it's not the cause of the revelation, but its meaning applies to what? So, so, nonetheless, as an advocate, it is not in general, it is not

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any definitive statement of feminism In fact, for most scholars, they say it is not

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doesn't mean also if he says yeah, I think that this verse was revealed for that purpose or referring to that also obviously, this is

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like for example, on this point image to me is that the statement meanings the solvent, the main statement, the the disburse was revealed, considering system such as having a Forget it. Sometimes it means the civil the Civil War, the clause well, another occasion, it simply means that the thing is covered by the verse, although it was not the sum of the scholars are different concerning the statements of companions and other liberal advocates, should it be considered Muslim what was the meaning of Muslims here?

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So, what do you mean? Should it be considered Muslim as if the person is stating this book? Or should it be considered a type of fear from the person himself that should not be considered Muslim or coming from the process of

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alcohol he included among the Muslim in his books I party while others do not? And most of the Muslims like me and others, they follow that terminology and they did it is not this.

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As opposed to if the companions mentioned this.

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In writing on the same topic, he said, it is known to be the customer the companions and the followers.

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One of them said mesonet had the lay of the land, he means that the verse covers that actions and not that it was the cause of the revelation. It is the type of inference for ruling from the verse and not the narration, what had occurred. So, one point we have to keep in mind is that when we are trying to decipher what is the stuff in this module, we have to look closely at what is the statement of the salary. So, to try to understand whether or not is this government government is always simply describing something that the verse also covers

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what many times you will find that you will get more than one narration, more than one report about seven years all of us specifically.

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Right. So, for example, we have a specific version we're trying to discover its meaning. So we go through the books and edits and so forth. We'll find many times different narrations, all of them saying that this is

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something which should be done.

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we have two narrations, both of them are kind of describing this.

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We're trying to find out what does this southern Missouri diverse North understand

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if both narrations are non explicit

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that they are this problem is in other words, this both of them say for example, nevertheless, if

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you have two contradicting narrations or different narration and broken into nevertheless, having a advocated there's no problem with that, because neither one of those narrations actually things that

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we worry about.

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If one of the narration is explicit,

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and the other one is not explicit, then we think these pluses and minuses?

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and one of them is the hay and the other one isn't. And which

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one of them is authentic and the other one is not authentic, then we take the authentic and remove you and what isn't

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an example of that lesson, for example,

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status, which Allah subhanho wa Taala

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says to the positive cylinder,

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and you Lord is not

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just with you, nor has he or he hasn't forsaken you and it is to this too simple given to this.

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One is that the the province of Finland became sick

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and he was not able to perform the night prayer for two or three nights.

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And then a woman actually it was the wife of will have came to him and said oh Mohammed, I think your Satan has left you for I'm not seen him with you for two three now.

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Another narration says a puppy into the house

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into the house and went to the under the poverty bed and,

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and liberalism, three or four days. So the public has seen him as

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one of his wife, I forget who he is. And what has happened in the zoo hasn't done for three or four days, what she thought to herself so she cleaned the house and she found the dog, the dog underneath

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the bed. Which of these two narrations to make

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this book

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I don't know but

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this one is

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the first one the first one is recorded by

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the second one about the dog is recorded by pepperoni whereas

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in the Shane are many people's is unknown.

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So, therefore, we take the authentic one, which is the first one we neglect

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was the

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worst of both narrations are explicit today.

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Both are authentic.

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in this case, you look to see if there's some kind of strategy, some kind of

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point that will show that one is stronger than the other.

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For example, for example, if one of the narrator actually witnessed the event, and the other narrator did not witness the event.

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We think the one who witnessed the event or the one who didn't win,

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or one of the changes stronger than the than the other chamber

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Take this

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sort of,

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there's a verse in America. I'm

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like, what was the what was the result for that?

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More specifically,

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where was it?

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But it is interesting, because you're getting to storage.

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We find too narrow. I like

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wonder if that isn't the sort of narrative

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that he was working with the promises in an image.

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When the Jews came to him, and he they were asking to do what should we asked him to confirm him? And they came to him and they asked him about, about the spirit and the verses and sort of

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a tournament he recorded, that even our best days, this operation as the Jews,

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the Jews about what they could ask the process, and I'm about to compel him, and they told him ask him about these things. So the price went to him and asked him

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You sit

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there, which one do we?

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Which one

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was the one wouldn't see he was there. What about the cases if the number

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was in if it was in Mecca, among the price, within our best was either too young or not present. So therefore, the narration takes precedence over the narration.

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The number

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heard it from someone else.

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And someone else someone made a mistake. mistakes.

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Mistakes are not impossible.

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The both both of them.

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Both of them are explicit.

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Both of them are authentic. Hey,

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and there's no any kind of gig available.

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then in this case, you should try to do your best to make Gemma reconsolidate the meanings of the narrations to make them compatible.

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And we shall discuss some examples and it was impossible. And it's very possible for more than one incident to occur. And to lead to the revelation of one was

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the federal court in other words, more than one civil

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for one was nothing more.

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The only thing there is that they should be close

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So that brings us to the 16th

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the pros, both of them, as we see with the narration versus both of them, there is no strategy available. And we cannot we can separate the difference as bad because of the time differences between them.

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What do we do in that?

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Investigate reports to conclude that the verse was revealed more than once

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that the verse was revealed on different occasions.

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what's what's the scope of this? This will not attend an interview with Marina ermanno

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Cordoba, the marina loom unknown.

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that Oh, by the way, the English does not for profit and those who believe to pray for the forgiveness

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of the polytheist even though they may be live kin to them after it has become clear that they are people that Hellfire

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one of the recorded in the headquarters and Muslim visit. And after after the post has been tried to convince me to become Muslim and he refused.

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And after he died the promises

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that he will continue to ask forgiveness for him until I listen to Edward Island.

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What's another of this governors who

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have an

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Then on the bottom, you heard one of the muslimeen asking me asking forgiveness for his parents, while they're mostly kids. They asked him, How can you make the bulk of your parents live in Michigan? And he answered this, Abraham asked forgiveness for his father, and he was in

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the process. And I mentioned that to the proper system.

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And this is

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I'm just giving you all this stuff, isn't

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it? What's the third? What's the third marriage?

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The third generation is, is the process that I went to a cemetery. And he said, for a long time next to a grade, and he begins to grow, begin to cry. And then he said that this grave that I stood next to him was the grave of my mother asked permission from my Lord to make dua for her, but he did not give me such permission. And then,

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as I mentioned, that we can, we can conclude that the verse was revealed more than one.

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At the end.

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There are some verses

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referring to end giving punishments to the punishment

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without the approval of somebody, and then during the people to be patient. And it's been narrated that this was revealed when

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this was no this was the narrative of this was revealed after the death of Congress, and the public listen and found him.

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And he said this, we will

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also have the narrative that it was revealed after the conquest.

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So it's a situation where one verse might be with your mother with no money.

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yeah, he rejects this kind of thing. He says, There's no such thing as diversity reveal more than one.

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He says, You must find some way to show which one of these different variations.

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And he makes a point, and I want to mention this one, because this is wrong, which you'll find in many books. He says, For example, about the case of me making a terrible mistake.

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Because the correct one is that it was revealed because

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this is after the difficult problem. And he says it's enough Yanni, that this narration was recorded in this hadith and Muslim to make it stronger than

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this argument. You hear it a lot and it is wrong.

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is wrong. The reason it is wrong, is because it stands on its own merits.

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And if it is recorded by St. beheadings and Muslim,

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Muslim, they did not have intention to record all the authentic hadith, their Hadith, which are much worse than what you're trying to say, because the witch is going to be struggling with the weapon, or something insane because

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I was shooting with weapons. And he came to town because

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there's not sufficient distance, okay, this is another party and the other one is in 30 minutes. So this one must be something.

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We have two cities.

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This is only argument in the cases that

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we find many we find many occasions for example, social contract,

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is explicitly mentioned by the other that it was a good place once a Muslim was.

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Well, most of the LMR, the concept of reverse might be revealed more than once, for example, is that a fishy? It says that a reverse could be remotely revealed more than once due to the importance of its topic, and to remind the Muslims of its meaning due to a specific event out of fear that they may or may forget the groceries. Think about this. There's a funny also says, there's nothing wrong with this being revealed more than once. And he said, in fact, there's a great wisdom is this.

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It is Allah any pointing or making too big to his slave to what is being stated in the verse. In other words, there might be a verse that was already revealed. But when we do something we predict, we don't think that that verse applies to what we're doing. But unless we know what data reveals that again, to show them that what's happening now this verse is telling you about it. So he reveals it again to the problem system, to point out verse and to show them the relevance of that verse during that situation. For example, concerning the last verses of

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the verses to say that they can take out retribution among from those people who harmed them in the first place, but they have suffered a patient.

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But he points out that it was very important that it be revealed at the time of the conquest because this is the time when they needed it.

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The Muslims needed to be reminded of these verses, because it was at that time that Muslims were reminded

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to seek justice, to control themselves when they're angry, to be aware of Allah, even when carrying out retribution, and to equip themselves with patience and constantly and to put the trust and all that content with that effect. And as we find in many of us that adverse may be revealed more than once. It has nothing happened and

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are not limited to, to contribute to in effect, any of the stories throughout the history of the

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We'll see whether

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there's not too many cases, but there are some there are some you'll find some

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authenticated, authentic statements of

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alluded to earlier.

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There can be more than one stone for specific

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anybody having this problem

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with the concept

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versus concerning

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whichever versus what 69.

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One Lavinia Ramona, as was the one

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that Ilan presumed to have been about editing,

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and re adding enemies of the KGB.

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And other robots, about everything related

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to climate. weather will muddy it here in Canada for the thing that gives this sort of Demeter

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sort of

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verses six through through nine.

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What's behind this

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one of them, one of the seven is defining the head, the height is the case of it, and

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he accused his wife of committing,

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committing adultery

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wasn't the process and until

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that time, if you accuse your wife of committing adultery,

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before these verses were revealed,

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if it either you bring your proof, what is the mean by

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either you prefer witnesses or

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will be flogged

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what he said,

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he said, O Messenger of Allah is any any one of us done man over his life, when he goes to seek after witnessing

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the power system, again, repeat is easy to bring forth the witnesses, or you'll receive the legal punishment on your back, while he loves them, by Him who sent you with the truth. I am telling you the truth and Allah will reveal to you, which will save my back from legal punishment, then give rise to into polycephalum and read these verses from sort of denisa as for those who have used their wife,

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the girlfriend didn't

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know that one of this was another.

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The other one, also, instead of quoting,

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one of the Sahaba, one of this to have his name is Raymond

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came to us and

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who was the chief of the tribe of Atlanta?

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And he said to him, What do you say about a man who has found another man with his wife?

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To be killed them men were upon you will kill Him and He will give the husband

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retribution or what should you do? for them please ask the Messenger of Allah about this men are might be

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convinced of the promises to them and said O Messenger of Allah and he asked him that question with the brother system is just like the question.

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So when omeract Awesome, awesome replied,

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dislike this question.

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So our aim is inspired by Allah will not give up asking unless I asked the Messenger of Allah. So he went through the process.

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And he has a messenger of Allah man has found another man was with his wife, should he kill him or a blind you with physical punishment or what should he do? And and the brother says and then says that Allah has revealed an order in the Quran regarding you and your wife.

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And here's the public system.

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Any acquisti did not answer the question when it was put to him by autumn and then he said to us go through oil that Allah has revealed concerns you and your wife

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are both of these. Both of these

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And both of them are the southern glue for this.

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But there's nothing wrong with there being more than one cause for us

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when in fact there is some.

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And when there's more than one,

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we get more meaning and more more points from what the verse is referring to, or what it means. For example, in this case,

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we see that there's two

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separate specialties.

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One is the first case is where man slanders his wife.

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The first is the case where a man's land this is what

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someone could argue that if a man surrenders his wife, he should not get this penalty, the penalty for slandering.

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And it comes up in another course in Islamic law if you do something, which is really, Your Honor, and in fact, when he when he slanders his wife is only hurting his own honor. So someone could argue logically that he should not receive the punishment for

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slander. But he does this to someone

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that is his wife, then he must either bring

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for witnesses

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what he said or be punished for the punishment of centering or make the

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where the second is birth does this fit for men. These are the men, these are men with his wife, he didn't have the right to come.

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Second, this book shows that this solution also in that case, you simply react to both this gives us the different aspects of the verse, because someone could still argue that I've been asked many times. Now even though this is assumed that this information is anonymous man with his license, he has the right to

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do so.

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we're getting towards our, our time limit.

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Now we'll just ask you just to sit one more topic, and then we'll close, continuous and the next step.

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And the opposite of the last case,

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is also very common, there's nothing unusual about it. That's where you have one set with one pause.

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And many different

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nothing wrong with that this is embedded in lots of things happen in many vs teams, concerning particular assets. There's one famous example that you'll find in many books of

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unimin Quran. And that is where

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and due to one question, or one set of questions that are asked because so

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many different verses were were revealed.

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He has the publicist in them.

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And we find all of them the prominence and the men that we don't find mentioned, women and the men and then they kick it up, and they make they make Jihad And

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what about the cases women?

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Many different verses, at least three different verses were revealed, considering

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considering which

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one is in lm Ron, verse 195.

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Everybody knows

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where it begins.

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I'm Anna harmony milcom ninja crane.

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And in the rest of the verse, sort of

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verse 195. Also, on the same occasion, to the same question, the following verse,

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verse 35, was also

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revealed, in muslimeen, will must be met when when we need one woman at will,

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which ends

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at the low level not

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relevant here. Going back to two lectures ago.

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And the purpose of the pronoun is to is to is to reduce the number of words that you have to say. So the home home here

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replaces all of these words, and

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that's combining two lectures. And the third verse also that was revealed at the same occasion, was sort of

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32. So that's a new set.

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And all of these three verses they have the same cause. That was a question and what it is today, this question today

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Many people have seconds as always mentioned in

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the last verse when I put them in no matter the low the bar document about

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the region of Mexico.

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regarding a tsunami master Polynesia in Cebu, New Mexico

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was a lawman from the luck and it couldn't be seen.

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Versus last one sort of the new service Three, two, all revealed in reference to sediments question to the public.

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Well, next time seller one we'll begin.

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We're going to begin with the important question.

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If we know this better than the zoo.

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The question is that

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this reverse has a particular meaning to it or a particular cause behind it. The wording of that verse just applies to that incident, or the more general than that.

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Wouldn't that make sense and

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there's four cases for different for

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the Board of Trustees.

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Meeting is Monday afternoon.

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The next Saturday,

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next Saturday in July I suspect that there will not be

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so next Saturday I'll be visiting

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or my pa was

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working on