Reading Understanding The Quran Part 2

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Jamal Zarabozo

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For the sake of almost kind of without any kind of without a make all of us from among those people who will get.

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But a couple

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questions are not obligatory, by the way.

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Try to make questions as easy as

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getting noticed by multiple choice

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emphasizing the

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the

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accessibility of

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personalization.

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In practical terms, if you could give some advice, firstly, on

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his motorcycle maybe nowadays,

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etc.

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It's been a long time getting to be detailed

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other things before the

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end where the father would take the phone, maybe every month or

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every few years, whatever, sometimes many people including

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themselves,

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very often so

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painful to methods.

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And secondly,

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what would you do with 360 K.

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There's no

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clear or definitive guidance about how much

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how often people should leave.

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However,

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I believe

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my own personal belief and my own personal experience that no one should go any day without reading at least some part.

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And actually, what I mean by that really is not just reading in the sense of reading. And it is, of course, something very important.

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I mean, just the reading part of it and memorization, even even one of the most important things that I must stress not directly related to this discussion.

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Of course, it is indirectly is to attend the follow up the prayers in Japan,

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especially if you can the budget for it. Because

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if you have a mark where there's good

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someone and qualified to be in Al

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Qaeda, he's going to recite something that you know, which in which case, you will be reminding you

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refresh your mind about it, or he'll be reciting something that you do not have memorized. And so therefore, it is like someone reading fuse upon among the Sahaba, even the publicist to the Muse to have some sense some of the other to read to him upon release him, he asked

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to read to him. So when you attend this a lot, especially.

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And besides all the importance of the genre,

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you can

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benefit by getting always hearing at least some, even if you're busy

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during the day, or the evening,

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and you still perhaps don't have time, maybe to sit down and read much of the Quran, and you just thought, which is obligatory upon you anyway, to attend the congregational prayer, you will shall be able to hear at least some Quran every day. And but as I said,

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I don't think anyone should go with the if possible without reading the Quran and turning to some tissues. And in other words, we didn't even

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see it on a daily basis. And the reason I say that,

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nowadays is that of course, the amount of guidance

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and the amount of strengthening of our event is torsional

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are directly related to the amount of fitna that we have to go through and the amount of strength that we need in our lives.

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Those of us living in the West.

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Those of us living in the West, and we, as you know, when we go out, and it is in front of us all the time, if you go to school you're going to be taught.

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Even some people think

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you're going to be caught many times even

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when you read the people, when we look around you there's always this for evil. And

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especially in our in our situation, we should feel any really,

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I believe that if we really had strong Eman, we will be looking forward to the next time we can come home and go back to the front and read the prompt to give us any to strengthen us again that we can face what we have to face and make Tao and the situation.

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Especially in our situation here, it's very important that we never neglect

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to the Quran, reading Quran, but most importantly reading it to get the gains from it. And if that means turning to the food to eat

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this one question

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most people understand Arabic translation

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in combination with the theory English

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would you recommend this book? Would you recommend one particular translation of different translations to different people?

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To see it's really incomplete

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that makes it the best by default.

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conditions to me.

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It's very difficult in our tuition here.

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Because, you know, if,

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if you look to what's available, for example, for our air brothers,

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they have Mashallah many excellent

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tissues available to them. And this is written even from different perspectives written from different time periods. And you get

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so much from one versus the plant if you read different

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and we don't have that unfortunate,

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which I guess was 111 point that you drove, drove us to try to learn Arabic. And there's a very strong relationship between getting the teachings of the Quran and knowing the Arabic language, even among Arabs. The more that you know the Arabic language, the more you benefit from abroad.

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For example, lesson Hana with data

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after being laid a little low on

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the hammer.

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So in one portion or lesson enter with data uses form of cassava, and the other one.

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And if you know the difference in you understand what Allah subhana wa Taala has seen this this, and this will help you appreciate the mercy of alisson hana without upon

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effort, if you don't have

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that strong of a background in the Arabic language, you might not notice you might not even know you should know.

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But do not really noticed what is the difference between. And then if you don't know Arabic, or if you're not able to pick it up from the Arabic then you have to go to the English, what is available in English. And there's probably not too many books in English that will even tell you what the difference is that was mentioned here. And as mentioned, here. So this, this is really an impediment to getting the most of the most of it.

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So I get this kind of advice. For those of us who don't, are not really fluent in Arabic,

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whether or not we should try our best to

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learn as much Arabic as we can, because inshallah that will help us more and more getting the benefit from

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so that I'm kind of avoiding the question, as you can see.

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Because, unfortunately, in English, we don't have much available we have, for example, Nigeria,

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is the only complete theory you could say. And you know, it has some, there's some trends in it that perhaps are not that pleasing, but as a whole, as a whole is a decent work. I mean,

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it will give you much of the teachings of the Quran says that it has some tendencies that are not necessarily good tendencies. And you might want to read it with other people of knowledge, you know that so that when

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You know, some of these things might come up, you can skip over them and be clear about what is the correct position and points.

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As for translation,

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there are not many, you know, there are a few translations out there.

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And of course, you know,

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you know, the Quran is there because we all know that it is impossible to translate.

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And if you've ever tried even to translate one verse, you realize how impossible it is to

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translate the Quran because,

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for example, even if you just take

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there's actually two ways to read it. Vertical keytab. livelihood.

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And it will you stop after fiso? When you translate it, now you're going to have to choose one of the ways to read it and translate it

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in that way. So if you're just dealing a translation without, you know, commentary, which is what mostly what we have,

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already, you've already chosen to ignore some of the meanings and then translated them in one way. So just Translation by itself.

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It helps to get basic, basic understanding. And I mean, even beyond the basic understanding, I'm not, I'm not saying that, you know, you're not gonna understand the Quran. But if you really, you know, wants to get deep in the Quran, it can help you that much.

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We have now the recent transition by funding a levy, which is the the goal, or their basics, the basis for the translation, of course, is very good. I just have some funds with sometimes the way they did it, I don't know they have a new have a new edition. And I understand that a new edition has come out. But in the in the edition that I have.

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There's just too many parentheses.

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You have the verse, and the verse has, like, if you were to translate it as like 10 words, good. So then they put like three or four sentences in parentheses to help you understand what some people get lost, they don't know what to put on what is there, what did the added tokens. And I even seen some cases where there's no end to the parentheses.

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From here to the end, they've been added.

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But I don't know if in the new in the newer edition is taking care of that or not. But otherwise, they're approaching what was their approach, we'll talk about the methodology, they were very careful in following the correct methodology and giving them translation. But as we said, It's impossible translation any attempt to translate is going to have

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problems with it.

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Now do the effort, Mashallah. The good effort, we need other things similar to others?

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Would you take the person who says

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that we need to know about?

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Well, there's some knowledge which is for the aim, and some knowledge which is bad. And that changes from person to person. For example,

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if you're someone like me, without much wealth, you don't really have to know about

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but if you have wealth, you have to know about the rules of the game.

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And even in my case, you should know enough to know that you don't have to know.

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So, you have to In other words, you have to make sure that at least that level of knowledge, which is sort of an obligatory upon you, you know, you know, for example, the basics of data, you are free from committing shifts and so forth, you know, how to pray, you know, how to fast you know, the general teaching

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and what is your responsibility to elicit talent. So, I mean, if you haven't gotten that, this is no excuse, you have to get that.

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However, however, beyond that is knowledge in general knowledge

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to some people who are doing it and taking care of it, and

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they are passing it on to others and they are making sure that that other those aspects of the deen are not being violated and so forth.

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Then they, that noise is not is not obligatory, other people forget. However, I don't think there's ever any case where someone is, you know, 100% this way

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and 100% into gene and that's all the

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He knows I don't think there is

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our,

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even between worldly sciences or be between worldly knowledge. And between knowledge of the gene. That doesn't have to be this. I mean, people always seem to talk about this.

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Look, I can either learn about computers or I can learn about genes, right? I mean, who says,

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I mean, we all have limited capacities. That's true. But you are, you are saying that about yourself that, look, I can even learn about computers I can learn about. This isn't true. I don't know if you're familiar with Java, Chef Idris

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is is a well known scholar.

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He says about himself, he says, I am not a traditional chef.

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Java chef, has a PhD in philosophy from the University of London.

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Back in.

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So he says that, he says that what he did when he was studying philosophy, is that he made sure that every time he read a book about philosophy, he read a book about

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the world.

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Now, there are some people who go overboard in their studies, and

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they have an A plus, they still want to get a little bit better. They have their own phones.

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But otherwise, you know, when you study, you know, usually, for example, if you're in school, or if you're in work, you have an idea, when you have studied enough to know what you need to know, for that particular job or that particular class. And

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so you take the rest of your time, and you can put it towards the end, it doesn't have to be this dichotomy that some people have in their mind.

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So my answer to you is that you have to make sure that you know what is for the aim.

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If you do not plan on becoming a specialist in the team, you maybe you're interested in something else, electrical engineering, so forth, that doesn't mean that Okay, now you're just gonna say electrical engineering, you take the time, as much time as

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possible for you to learn about things.

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Simple.

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I mean, many of the

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many of our young, you know, very knowledgeable people, their background actually is not really being

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studied.

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While at the same time they might be getting degrees.

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In reading books,

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it depends on your on your situation.

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For example, me personally,

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I hate to give lectures, and I hate to listen.

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I mean, I'll be frank, people give me a taste all the time, oh, this is a good lecture you have to listen to, I put on a tape. A minute later, all the books

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are just finished the program can go back my book.

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So some people are better adept at

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ending meetings and listening to lecture. Some other people are better.

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When it comes to books,

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personally, I think books are better.

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Because usually books are more in depth, and so forth. And you can really study and understand what they're saying, if you don't understand something, you go back over. Now, however, having a chef to guide you, this is something very important. But it's not something obligatory in the sense that you have a chef who, every day you go gamble once a week ago,

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you should realize when you read something, you should realize whether you understand it or not. When you read a topic, I think most people want

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to teach economics that gets to that.

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But in general, you usually have a good idea whether you do something or not.

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And even those who got so many of them, when they went to the exam, they knew they didn't understand anything they're going to get in.

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So, you know, if you have some problem, you don't understand something clearly, you should always have access to people

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that you can turn to and say, Please, I think I don't quite understand this. Explain this to me, or this is my understanding of it. Can you tell me if it's correct. So they are another resource important resource

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to help you and to guide you. But just the blanket statement that we hear so often that

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the people who learn from books don't want to learn from books.

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There's a lot of human shifts now that are that are

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not

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that are not reliable. To be frank. If you just bring some

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Yes, and we don't know who he is. And we don't know, you know what his teachings are reliable or not, I would prefer to go and read a book from someone that I know is reliable than listen to someone who

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this is

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questions for me.

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Question should be for love legit.

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The question says, If you hadn't bugged me for the hanging upon it, can you advise us on this issue, as many brothers are confused?

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Well,

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this is much more knowledgeable about the situation there and so forth. And he

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openly This is for the eighth. So what that means is that we should take partake in the jihad.

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Preferably, we should partake in it with both our quality and our wealth if we can. If we cannot, then we should only support it with our role. And if we cannot do that, if we don't have work, we should at least supportive with our job and encourage other people to take part in that.

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But he's very clear that this is.

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And he's here in town.

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He's the leader of the Mujahideen in Bosnia, his speaking

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the big

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730 or 40

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seconds

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30 for each one has like about them tomorrow. Some of them are just

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says you don't know.

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advice for young

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brothers and

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studying this. And they want to give up.

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Never give up.

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Because two young brothers, comfortable, ready

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to give up study

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of service will need these things.

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And if you if you enter Islam,

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depending of course on which we're studying, you don't have to

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be like,

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engineers,

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you would give up. But in general, you know, most scientists, you can use them for the sake of Islam, especially if they are

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any social sciences, they have a big problem. My background is in social sciences, you have to be very careful, I wouldn't recommend someone who just became Muslim, to continue in social sciences, or other things that they call sciences, which are not like psychology.

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Because if you've ever studied these things, what they teach you, I mean, if you're a new Muslim, and you and you get taught that you

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may be misled by them. I mean, you have the good intention, but you just don't have the knowledge to realize how dangerous and how wrong with this thing is. But if you're in the natural sciences, or things like that,

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then I don't see any need to give them up to become Muslim. In fact,

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once you become Muslim, what should happen now as your intention should change, to use those things that you're learning for the purpose of your life, and at the very least, the purpose of supporting yourself which is an obligation

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and beyond that, you need to use that knowledge for the sake of

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non Muslim

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wishing to stop you from embracing

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the decision to wait four weeks. And

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while I speak to advice in that period, and then take Shahada with a she does an exorcism one advice would you get

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He didn't make it

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may mean that he will be in his apartment.

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He don't have.

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If he really believes in it,

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he shouldn't, he shouldn't delay.

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Now, there's some, you know, if you study, for example,

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in Africa, you know, there's always different groups. And then there's always the question about, for example, someone who didn't see

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what he does as a Muslim or not.

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Was he actually be considered believable, even though he's in status, regardless of both of those things, if he has believed in it,

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regardless of that debate, if he hasn't believed in the Shahada, then you should tell him that look, this means that you want to watch.

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So every day now that you that you delay, you are disobeying Allah more and more yet even pray, even though you know, you should be praying, you didn't do this and that. So I think you should talk to him from that perspective, that look, either you don't understand the Shahada completely, or

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you don't realize that, you know, waiting 40 days for your wife means disobeying Allah for 40 days, for the sake of us. Now he could become Muslim and, you know,

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for the sake of his wife, me kind of conceal that

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he will still pray and so forth, but he doesn't necessarily

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right away, this would be better to talk about options.

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Where did you get 30? days?

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I mean, four weeks,

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four weeks, where did he do?

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Well, I mean, I just wouldn't recommend

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it, you know, I couldn't recommend, I couldn't recommend for anyone to remain in corporate any longer than

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from the very least, because

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often the price

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if the

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the bullet system is described the case of some Morales and movers, who had the name

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and when he was asked, what should the what should the people do? Pray for us and then pray was over, most people understand that as meaning the laser sort of after the time.

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So in that case, you pray by itself in the,

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in the in this case that you're describing, you have, you have a situation where it says the Hubble preferred spray earlier?

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Or is the biggest story or let's say more,

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it's more almost to have to pray in demand.

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Now, the father system, we have an example from him, and he said, with respect to service, the best time for service is to delay but for the sake of the congregation, he did not pray it in his best time and he prayed it when congregation was able to be able to, to to be there. So in other words, he was surprised a little bit earlier than what do you consider the best time So similarly, here, this is more important to pray in the congregation.

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So you wait and you pretty

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because delaying the prayer is not they are not committing a sin, they are just doing what is not preferable. And also it is based on opinion.

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You know, you have to consider that this is their opinion.

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There's no need

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or, and especially there's no need to pray and not to go.

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A third the hypocrites is the one who you know, he himself doesn't want to pray.

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So it's not just a matter of time. He didn't want to I mean, didn't pray just two minutes before and don't remember a lot. They are praying the prayer inshallah they are remembering along the prayer.

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They are just because

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there's no harm

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There's no harm in waiting.

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And then also

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federal

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and

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state office

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not actually empathizing with the other.

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One,

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bring in the combination.

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The importance of praying the congregation is very, very strong.

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To the point that even some Sahaba they came late to the congregation, they will not join, they will not make the same congregation in the

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same V, the congregational prayer in the mosque, the president

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of extreme

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named after prayer is that

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something that does not cut off?

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What is not the hub, however, here you are doing what is not the hub, in order to do it,

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you have a conflict between something which is something which is obviously, the thing which you

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will lose.

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And also, there's other things involved here too. And if you if you do, and you don't want to do, which was to have

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if it's going to create more often than

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not, we built the cabin, the capital was not on its propaganda, he did not rebuild it, because the people were newly into them, and he didn't.

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He didn't know how they would

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react to them. So getting to do something, which is

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which is going to lead to people not coming to the prayer. Probably fighting now between the people but how come you don't come to the prayer and you're always calling us canopies or

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whatever the situation might be here. There's no reason for that. There's no absolutely no reason for that.

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When he said

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when he came in the differences

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between

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the awesome first of all the different iterations is exactly what is designed to do.

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Yeah, okay with respect to

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with respect to

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the acid, acid prayer and what to describe and that, that

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and that, this is the time that you would pray,

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when you have the choice to pray you should pay between. However, if for some reason, you're putting some delay there you make the delay, even if you made the delay and to put the other

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one Raka before the census data will

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define the different times the first

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time the proper time and then the closest to the end is the time of

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a strict obligation.

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It is absolutely necessary to pray at that time by the time otherwise.

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Related to this situation, we know that the actual process

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continues until

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time when the

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sun

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To

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the actual browser, but you don't want to wait until

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you shouldn't wait, you shouldn't sit and wait to close.

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However, in this case, you're waiting, you're not waiting all the way

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you're waiting till the end of the time in which we're describing

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felt within that

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time the

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benefits

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of

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sacrificing what it means to have an escape

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are great.

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see any reason

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to have in this case, because it will lead to

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you not avoiding something around by them.

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Now, of course it is to massage industry will go through one phase earlier

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find to be

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one of the

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individuals

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according

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to the top three.

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So, basically we're talking about

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you know, these things will give us the meaning of the arm.

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It doesn't mean that these things give us everything that cron refers to and everything that has been described

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as you said, you will not get a new meaning which contradicts

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the meaning

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but there'll be a shade of meaning which might be stressed now might be more visible, more understand, but the meaning itself will not actually

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you might get a meaning or understanding may be different from one of the domains.

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Also, another point in the darkness she has

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even with a sick to see it is not good.

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What I mean by that is to take note of the teachings and the meanings of the Quran which are established.

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And to understand how they apply in different circumstances,

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this is a good rule

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to have how we might be facing certain types of which people before is enough

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to not fail principles during the same

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period are considered standards

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based on those principles, that

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the

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the

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the book of law that the Mongols

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because that was something you know, they were trying to implement this law. And

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so he discussed that in the light of the reading to help me.

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So he's discussing some obviously the

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the law. So he's giving it his he's

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relating the meaning to what happened. And

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someone can say that, you know, the strict definition of proceedings is not the same.

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Okay, so let's not worry about the strict definition. He's giving you the teaching of the law as it relates to what is happening now. And that is the purpose of the

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foreword

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and everything.

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So, you have to now come up with new meaning and say,

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you know, like, you look at the American Constitution, they are, you know, maybe the verses about the heck of me, they don't mean I mean, this says in the name of glory

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For the remember the American

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way the people mentioned that somewhere

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you know, someone might tell you what this this is, this is consistent with academia and it gives us some new meaning woman that woman

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this kind of thing you cannot have a new meaning. However, the meanings are so

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heavy

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This is million or two it that not all the aspects were uncovered by this

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you want from the point of view

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from from the point of view 70 of people enter a country with a man or they enter the country with a pack the security

00:41:13--> 00:41:14

in general they're not allowed

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that kind of thing should be done by

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people who have declared jihad against another people openly

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and they're not coming for example

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as agreed upon becoming as a businessman or visitors

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otherwise I don't really think there's much better

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benefits

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than negative

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probably the the negative

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things that happened after that and really the the negative result of it

00:41:59--> 00:42:01

outweigh any gain if any there was

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no matter where I go, I never change my lecture

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subtract them or advise

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sum that is about

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

other things.

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small farms

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and even when we talk about what to do with broken law

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you can almost say that all of his teams are focused on silver.

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So

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an interest payments

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all of these things

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but in any case, I don't think it

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would go together.

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revelations from Adam

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and

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you think

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every hospital

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mean you can you can get to get a deep understanding.

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You would need

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to understand, you know what

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What is the bond thing in general and even in some detail you know you can you can get them without

00:45:09--> 00:45:14

knowing the plan but I can assure you that the feeling that you get from

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it

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if you can understand the

00:45:23--> 00:45:24

English

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in English

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there's something missing

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and part of this could be a lot and then when you read in English you reading

00:45:48--> 00:45:49

land work

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this is truly man work you can feel it sometimes.

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You know right away

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when you read the Koran

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I'm sorry.