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Doubting the Quran is from Shaytan (Part 4)

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Karim Abuzaid

Channel: Karim Abuzaid

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With Shaykh Othman Farooq

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I will be hosting inshallah. Schiff of man followed from California, Mr. Robot in California, San Diego inshallah, we will, me and him, the taking our time for two days talking about the preservation of the Quran

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during the time of Revelation, meaning the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the work of man of Northland, which we still have until today, the fourth rightly guided halifa or the Allahu anhu. uniting the Koran on one pillar on one dialect, which is the dialect of Polish mostly, and the confusion that people had lately regarding doubting the Quran and that's why we were given the title, brothers and sisters in Islam to this presentation to be doubting the Quran from shaitan.

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Because brothers and sisters in Islam, we have certainties in our religion. One of them is the Quran is preserved and kept untouched.

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And

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we are to believe that with certainty without any shadow of doubt, inshallah, without any further delay, let me

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make an announcement. First let me welcome everybody here.

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We have sharjeel Mashallah sharjeel

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we have

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Salam Alikum weathershield we have the Jan waalaikumsalam

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jenine walaikum Salam geneen Abu Yusuf salaam aleikum, we Yusuf

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monazite, Basha Aleykum selam our sister Silva Abdullah zap huffy will have Polycom Salaam one of the lightworker two and Sister Sara alaikum, salaam Sister Sara.

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smile while he comes around as my you know our sister rahima

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Abba Zulu walaikum salam Allahu wa barakato we have the street bath walaikum Salam nyfw while equals Salaam wa sallahu wa kirtle

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Jazakallah Freeland for teaching jazak Allah May Allah accept from all of us here Malala means system name and melody will do

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again how do you

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take a moment shallow and we'll answer this Is anybody here having interruption in the broadcast on Facebook? Is the broadcast okay brothers and sisters in Islam Can you hear me well please let me know Charla

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let me get somebody also to try the phone number because we're going to be taking your phone calls hopefully you can call the sheriff

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so Can somebody try our phone number please? We have also Jim here. Good to have you Jim. Mashallah.

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So Can somebody give us a call? We have brother his brother Hasson Good to have you brother Hasson and we have shut off. Okay, let me make sure that we're salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi

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wa Alaykum wa Salaam so Mashallah, can you hear me? Well then

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Alhamdulillah Jazakallah here just so the broadcast is well and we're ready to go and shall our brothers and sisters in Islam Mashallah.

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okay yes I am

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I don't know what that means. Yes I am.

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So hopefully the broadcast is good inshallah maybe

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your connection Shall I switch to YouTube and it is fine. So YouTube is fine but Facebook is not

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so the same What do you mean the same is are you okay everybody can somebody check the Facebook see if we have to are here Well, I will use of saying I hear well, a smile it is good. Audio is good and humble. allow you to broadcast is nice. Okay, Shut up man. Please. Technical technicians at cmcc we we are having technical difficulties on Facebook.

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Smiley to check Facebook. Okay, so he's saying Facebook is good. So maybe if you can sign out and sign back in inshallah that will help be in the light honor but so far we're doing good inshallah. So without any further delay here, let me invite the chief, me and him in Sharla are going to be having this conversation regarding I decided to make this into a conversation about his brothers and sisters in Islam, give us a call insha Allah

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Azza wa Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. So right here we have our shape. Shift the shape of man for rope. How are you shave off man and how San Diego Hi, yeah, Kamala, everything is uh, can you hear me? Well? Yes. Alhamdulillah All right. So we welcome you to the broadcast and

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I decided to you know, turn this into some sort of a discussion

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channel you yourself have good experience with the with the subject. And

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you know,

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we hosted Chad Hoffman before on our broadcast.

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Oh Michelle Lottie john does aka love here brother Janet is working

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Can you hear us well? Can you hear us well now on Facebook?

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So I switched over to YouTube

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Okay, and hamdulillah maybe Facebook is having issues but we everybody else is telling us that it's okay inshallah. Chef chef to shave off man.

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We will be also if you don't mind taking questions as we go from hamdulillah the viewers inshallah but let's let's let's get to business here. Let us get to business and address the issues.

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You know, without I would like to name anybody I want to, you know, this is not personal. This is not.

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This has to do with the Koran, the book that I believe in,

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and the book that I'm conducting my life in accordance with, and I wish to do this in sha Allah until I die. And it hurts me personally when somebody cast doubts about it. Of course. So this is the issue is not about individuals is not about persons, is not about people is not about this person, or that person is about the Quran. That's our subject today.

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The Quran is preserved. That's a fact there is no question about it. Because we believe Allah said this in the Quran inside the Quran, Allah said that I will preserve it, this is number one.

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The second thing and we we chose to

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a negative title

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Which is, if you doubt the Quran, it's from shaitan and whether a human shaitan got you to do that, or whether

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a genie shaitan got you to do that? It doesn't have to be a human shaitan it could be a genie. shaitan Shay Hoffman,

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first of all,

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can we start from here? The subject of certainties in our religion yekini yet there are issues which we call yaquina. yet. certainties eliakim things that we have certainty about that we don't doubt anymore. Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran in namale movement, Luna and levena, Amano Billa He will surely show mallam Yo, boo. Indeed there are believers that true believers are those who believe in Allah and His messenger. Not only that, and whatever Allah and His messenger said, so they believe in Allah and His Messenger meaning also what they said meaning the Quran and the sooner as long as it it's authentic, Soma, Soma, lamjao taboo, and they never doubt it, they never question

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it. They never bring it back into discussion.

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Can you take it from here?

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Till you no doubt as a Muslim and a part of what a Muslim is any bit tasneem we submit ourselves a lot panatela ordain and Allah, Allah towards the Quran in Nananana Decker we're in in the hula half alone Yanni with tolkein if you look at this as the

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last one says in here is emphasis virtually for sure. And then the last one that repeats not No, we nobody but Allah subhanaw taala.

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Last pantalla revealed the for the record here being the foreign was in Ghana last month that again, brings emphasis with pointing back to him. I know what Allah Lu nom nom here again, isn't just a

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lamb bit Tokido again emphasis that no doubt that Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one who protects the parent as a Muslim as a male lawmaker from the people of Eman as men. We believe in the Quran being preserved by a mother of a las panatela Having said that, as an academic an eye on your show because Mashallah Baraka look at a lot of people know you and watch you and increase the goodness I want to send an si ha to others you Mashallah, you know, but as in the si ha, to anybody who maybe got their PhD from Yale or whatever, and this is not about any particular person. But as in the CIA, if anybody wants to discuss the issue of the preservation of the Quran, according to even Western

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academic standards, I am a resource available to anybody. If anybody has any doubts, I am here to sit down we have discussed this issue, as you can see, on the one message foundation channel, in the park, with Christian ministers, with priests, with rabbis, with atheists, we have discussed it with academics and professors from Germany without any preparation and hamdulillah. Allah, Allah has made it clear, without a doubt by any academic standard, the Quran is preserved in its original form, even if we leave the issue of just us as Muslims believing in it because Allah said so, inshallah, I want to point out a few things if you give me the time,

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from Western professors, and, and carbon dated material that proves this point that even a Kaffir cannot deny you. So first and foremost, we saw that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, if we look at the western solar calendar, his life was between 570 and 632 of the Western calendar, Danny, that would be different, but he counterbore discuss it from a Western perspective, then was the philosophical backer of Yahoo from 632 to 634, then armored Yahoo in 634 to 640 for 10 years, then I mounted the annual from 644 to 656 12 years. Then earlier the annual from 656 to 661. This is the time frame that I want to discuss. We have today, manuscripts that have been carbon dating by non

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Muslims dating the manuscript for example, the one in Birmingham, it dates it to arrange that puts it towards the end of the life of a sort of life.

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Some of you will send them to the beginning of the falafel berkadia. No, this is not done by Muslims. This was an effort done by non Muslims. I will mention a professor who wrote extensively on this a non Muslim professor, his name is David Thompson from the University of Birmingham. And he said that looking at this manuscript, and looking at that range, because it was written on height, it was not written on paper at that time, they didn't have refined paper like us, looking at the life of the animal, to where it died. And when it would be written, we put this towards the beginning of the life of a backer of yarn. That manuscript today you can go online and find it. It

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has parts of sort of Taha

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and you can compare it to the Quran the meaning you recite today. According to David David comments, there is no difference in so what does that tell you that even Western researchers have said that that, from that been carbon dated to the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the colorful jungle till our time, no change has come in. And the Quran was not just preserved through writing, the Quran was preserved, if you're a little bit nasty, and in the hearts of people from the Sahaba of the unknown. We have as Mr. Massoud he has mentioned, and it's upon many of them who memorize the Quran. And look at he mentioned that there was close to 1000 and but I'm assuming he actually lists

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them out of the Sahaba gave him that memorize the Quran and in the demo.

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Can we say some names of those who memorize the Quran. For example, if man didn't

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remember it, he mentioned him on the top of the list.

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Abubakar of Yahoo, Yahoo,

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or all fall to the forefront, vaporize the Quran. All of them memorize obey the law Juan Jose didn't sabotage the angle of the love the mystery of the unknown of the unknown.

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These are Sahaba that I can name you from the top of my head. There are actually a heartbeat with centers that show that they memorize and recite the Quran. from memory during the lifetime of the prophets Allah Latin and the entire Quran was written down during the life of the prophet of life and if a Muslim is what if a non Muslim is watching us now if you're a man

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of man of not a fan of your loved one who is the one who

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produced the Final Cut, which we have today we must have that we have today is called a must have will have many that have many must have and your name happened to be off man as well

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as you want them inshallah. So brothers and sisters in Islam please the phones our lines are open now if you can call will interrupt. with the permission of shade Hoffman in sha Allah

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will answer your questions in sha Allah. But please, if you're calling, no names, nothing with discussing the issue right here. We're not discussing individuals individuals are free to do what they want to do with themselves. Shake off man, can you break down for us tonight?

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During the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we know that was revealed in 23 years 23 years and two months actually to be accurate 23 years from a cartoon until there is a debate regarding the loss of the Quran amongst the scholars. Can you tell me the process when a verse is revealed on the Prophet? What would they do?

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Excellent. So one thing to understand, the Quran was not revealed like a book from the sky that came down some people they think as if the Quran this book from looking back for the book fell to the earth know Allah subhanho wa Taala to the heck of a lot of panels Allah chose to reveal the quarter and throughout the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu is seldom related to the events going on. And this is a cod mentioned that this, this helped the Sahaba understand the context of each area. So it will be revealed in Mecca for example, before the age of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam could not read or write and this is the miracle. This is why

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Allah one of the reasons why Allah that I chose this man, because he was unlettered, he would not be able to nobody could say he wrote the Quran or he came up with the Quran because he couldn't even read or write. So when the when he would come to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in different ways, but from Allah Subhana Allah through Giuffrida Salaam to Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. He would then receive

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Same dose as to the Sahaba Vienna. And from the Sahaba. They used to write down the way he would say the service or the allowance.

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I mentioned that name because we'll talk about him later in the process again. So it was one of the ones that would fit with your permission brothers and sisters in Islam. You got to memorize this name very well. Zayed IGNOU sabot. Zaid, and I happen to this is Abu Zeid. That's z that habit. So we have Osman and Zaid right here, say the blue Sabbath is a very important name. So number one, during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used to be one of the main scribes, right scribes gotta scribes, English, right? scribe, scribe, correct, who is a scribe someone who would dry there is a lesion. So when the Prophet receives a verse, a verse, he would command them to

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write it down, he would be one of them. And it is documented that he is one of the few who compiled the whole art during the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, go ahead.

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So in that time, the Arab one of their characteristics, and this is from the hikma that Allah chose the Arab to reveal the Quran, there were excellent memorizes. And I want to make this point when I was doing my Masters, this is something in Hadith, we discussed about robberies and things. And this is something I didn't know before. And I many people are, are not aware of the other excellent memorizers. And how can we know that because in the time before the Quran, the Arab didn't have any complete books, but they had memorize the poems of 1000s of lines. So they would have a shout out, they will have a point. And he would have a Ravi. And without Ravi would do, he would memorize

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everything that came out of the mouth of that point. And that point would even curse his wife or fight with his son or, or things like this in plants. And then I would memorize all of the items had amazing memories.

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So then, at that time, not only did the Sahaba write down the Quran, but they were memorizing the Quran during the lifetime of the prophets and the loss of the person who would read an ayah to them, and then the Sahaba they were around also the loss of the loss, and then they would memorize it, and they would recite it to each other and they would use it and the later time in Medina, in Salah, so they would recite the Quran, and they would hear each other and correct each other and make sure that this is preserved. So now in this method, because that nation was already had an oral tradition, they had a tradition of memorizing, they were excellent at memorizing they memorized the

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Quran, and wrote it down as a suti mentioned and immediately Shiva has mentioned Cena than with the chain of narrators, that it was written down on bones on rawhide, on skins of animals, on tree bark, whatever they could find, they would write it down and memorize. Now in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the whole Quran was written down and memorized and we will prove that inshallah coming up. So basically, brothers and sisters in Islam with your permission of man, please, to sum up what the shift mentioned. During the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Koran was memorized by many of his companions in memory. And he emphasized that the Arabs had that strong

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memory. They had this capacity to memorize text, not only the Quran, even poem, pieces of Pauline Lindsey once.

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beside it was written on different materials, like skin of animals, like bones, materials, which would last but the Quran was completely written, completely memorized during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But here is one thing that you need to realize, and this is what Abu Bakr did. It was scattered. It was not compiled in one book, you're getting that it was not compiled in one book. Now, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam di chief of man, what happened and what trigger? what triggered the first collection of the Quran

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at the time, month, just month to month, I think.

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Yes, after the death of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam go ahead for the last two months after the death of some of them even before

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For that, the battles of about began the battles of those who became apostates with Salim al Qaeda. And in those battles, many of the poorer what we call her foster, they were the poorer and those who were memorizers and recitals of the Quran. They became Shahada. They became martyrs. They were killed in battle against the people who were apostates that were fighting the Muslim ummah. And at that time, I'm out of nahata are the Alon Omar Al farrokh, the great companion and the second Caliph, he came to Abu Bakar Deanna, and again, as she mentioned, he has a very mellow toward him that this was right after the death of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in a matter of couple of months.

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And he told me back around to the look, the oma has lost some of the Torah and some of those who were memorize the Quran. And even though there were many more, but because of his ferrata, because of his foresight, he realized that a time may come that people could lose the Quran from memories and have a laugh. So compile it as a book. Beautiful, and I'm gonna make it short here. I'm not gonna go into depth of it, but I will pick it up. And then he chose somebody who was the most qualified because he himself was somebody who wrote down the whole Quran and had memorized it, which was a

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was a during the site is called back again, by the way is a habit is called back again the same one at the time of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam after the death of the Prophet couple of months after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam Hmm. And he was given that responsibility by Abu Bakr of Saudi Arabia lavonne after Omar kept

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pressing him, because Abu Bakr was hesitant at the very beginning, right, but Omar kept reminding him Come on and Omar, you know,

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Omar could see what would happen. But But remember now what and that confirms what chief of man is saying, what alerted Omar not the loss of the writing, just to show you that the reliance was mainly on memorization of the Quran? No. What concerned Omar that many of the huffard were killed in one of their battles fighting the man who claimed to be a messenger a prophet, his name is Masai Lima, the liar. So what bothered Omar that the whole farm are dying, that he will whomever eyes the Koran by heart are dying, and some of the nation 70 of them were killed in this battle, right. 70 of them were killed in this battle. And even though they had more of far, but losing that number was

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alarming to Omar. He came and he pressured Abubakar saying, Listen, we got to put the score on in one book. Can you please go over the process? The committee was built,

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mentioned some of the names and the method for them to approve the verses of the Quran in order to be compiled in this book. Go ahead, Jeff Hoffman please tell you so no, to understand how the process went over cannot be alone who assigned they did the service of their loved one who and he told him to take first a group of the Sahaba like

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Nick capital, the only one who anybody in this room alone, who and from the color of the

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world for my community, not just for my committee from the from the alpha, yes, all of them. Were not just memorizing the Quran, but they were experts of the Quran. They were those who understood the meaning and context and all of that. And then on top of that, he said to bring two witnesses. Now people don't understand what that means. It doesn't just mean two people. They didn't know as a mom, she has mentioned and berhan and zoot suit. He has mentioned that as con, he would say, bring one written manuscript, written, for example, on a piece of wood or on a bone or a skin and also bring a witness from memory. So people that had memorized as well. So not just lay them on the

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tablet said, okay, memorize it, here it is, I'm going to write it down know, the precision and care taking in ensuring that every letter, every part of the Quran is preserved by the will of Allah, and the effort of Oba karate and who here and they didn't elaborate at the end those Sahaba were with him.

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It's amazing. And we have not seen any such effort in that time period with any other manuscript. Right? So what he did, he said, First, bring to me all your written manuscripts and then bring to me all of the

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One should memorize and be matched by the consensus of that committee. And he sometimes as a hobby may have written down something that he made a mistake. That's his writing that revealed in his writing. So they didn't just say, okay, you wrote it down, we'll accept it. No. They said, okay, you will recite from memory everybody else? Is that how you learned it? Yes, bring all the different written written, documents, whatever, whatever they're written on, put them together. And when everybody came to a consensus that this is exactly the way it was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, then this became the first must have the first written down format of the Quran.

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Only a few months after the passing of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam based on actual writings and the memory of the Sahaba from the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I do have no problem, if I may interrupt you. And he lanie she

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will any of you imams challenge? A guy by the name of

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Jay something?

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I guess there is a non Muslim out there who's utilizing the statements made by our brother

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and challenging imams that can you prove the authenticity of the Parana Christian basically?

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Like just get off of topic for a minute? Sure, you know. So Pamela, one of the easiest debates for us with Christians.

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One of the easiest subjects of debates,

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subject of debate

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with Christians is this subject. Yes. Why? Because, quite frankly, when you come and you want to debate with a Muslim, the Quran that means now you believe that Mohammed is Rasulullah

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And now we just want to validate the text that was sent with him. Because we know Christians do not believe in the messenger ship of Rasulullah sallallahu. And the Christians do not like Muhammad Rasul Allah, they don't they, they basically don't believe that he was a messenger and a prophet. So imagine, now they are debating with us Muslims, the message that he brought, so that means they agreed to the principle that he brought a message. But now we're talking about the authenticity of it. So you know, that's in itself.

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An evident victory, a victory. Add to this, here we are. We're talking about two months after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I will know in companion that so many

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of the

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authors of biographies of Sahaba and tabea, in listed who he is when he was born, who was his father? Who was his mother? Where did he live? What language did he speak? What job did he do? What kind of reputation did he have? What kind of food that he used to? Like? What are some of his good deeds? Okay, two months? This is someone who combined. Tell me who is Matthew is? Yes. Tell me who's Luke is? What is the last name of Luke? What is the last name of Matthew? I'm telling you, his name is Zaid, if new Sabbath and I can get you his lineage. Who is Luke? Who is Matthew? Who what is the last name of Matthew?

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And you know, how many years between we talked about two months? Yes, man. Right. You know, how many years between the offering the pipe the Bible that Matthew i think is the first and Prophet Isa being raised up? We don't say crucified, we don't believe that. between 50 and 70 years old.

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50 and 70 years, I'm sorry, 50 and 70 years, the time, the time

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that's how we respond to these guys. And without that, so so first thing I would like if you don't mind, I would like to say very clearly and I'm being broadcasted live, people is being recorded. I'm ready to debate anybody, anywhere, anytime on the preservation of the Quran. I will repeat that. Anybody, James, john, whatever.

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Anytime. Daytime, nighttime midnight. Anywhere. Take me to the ghetto wherever you want to.

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Do it backstreets stage TV, Fox News O'Reilly show I'm ready. So you have heard this challenge out your ear everybody the shape is ready to debate with anybody anytime. Please let that DJ guy you know gay guy, whatever his name is, Jay guy is no and we'll we'll we'll take Okay, let's focus on the subject here because I'm keeping the best for last.

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Let's just finish up because tomorrow we'll continue with off man but let us finish up here the combine elation the collection of Exxon during a bobak. So you mentioned the method of combining the Quran that he must have two witnesses. And you emphasize this written and memorized that he would gather all the copies because yeah, these companions used to each one of them used to have his own peran Yeah, it doesn't mean that his karate karate never sold like some people do. No, that's his writing. It's like me being a student and I take a notebook with me to sit in front of the shade. So this is the notebook of Karima was he It doesn't mean Quran. But this is what I use to write my

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notes in my notes in and that is why you may find some of the people that you say that what was it must have bloomers Oh doesn't have that

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attain, you know? Because he memorizes tomorrow with a you know your only report What? Who doesn't memorizing Why would you only record what you are. But at the end of the day, the Quran was compiled using that method. Now shake off, man, let's come to the essence. And we only have like 15 minutes to go here.

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What is the difference between the theater art and the

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and

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let's just differentiate the two camera of the Quran a mood of recitation and a horror of which is a dialect or a tongue. Yes, yes. So the Quran as we see from the Sahih, Hadith Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam said

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yes.

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Yes, Michael, how are you doing? It's my Go ahead.

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A majority, I should ask this question now that I have to do the life of love.

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We knew that one day he would die. Why would we not in order to preserve the Quran within his life? Why is

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it that like two months happy?

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Sure. So you heard that questions? Yes. Yes, yes, please. So let me again, my dear brother, as I emphasized the beginning, the preservation of the Quran had to be in the pollute in the heart, because this is the way it was authentically preserved. Let me explain. For example, today, if we look at the writings of any of the earlier any people of earlier than the time, the sort of loss or loss of them, most of the writing, there are lots meaning the papers are lost. Because paper and out of didn't even have paper at the time. This is something that roads, so the preservation that was the best way was memorization. They know at the time of Rasulullah sallallahu. If they had written

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out the whole Quran on bone, for example, we would not have that today, that would have been lost because over time, it would have eroded. If you look at the loss of

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the people of Babylon and things that were written down, all of those are mostly lost. Even stuff that was etched in stone is lost stones break, step, all of that. So this is the hikma of the fall, that since the time of Rasulullah, sallAllahu sallam, we began this chain of study the teacher, the chef, and the Ravi, the one who would memorize, and they would memorize the entire Quran, every syllable, every accent, in the way that was recited to our time, our brothers who are her father that have a solid, they can give you a chain all the way to the sort of lots and lots of them in the Quran in a hadith. And this is amazing. We have no such chain in any other science or book in the

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world. I'm not talking about Islamic or religious in the world. Today. If somebody says Shakespeare wrote this. They don't have original handwritten manuscripts for most of his writings, they have bits and parts, and then a lot of it is lost because they don't have Senate. If you look at the Bible, and I want to make a point here and just answering this question, if you look at the Bible, and this is a challenge we put out to the Christians as well.

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How many different types of Bibles are there the Quran there is only one 100 certain people have been whatever they have one or an 114. So from the Quran chapters 3030 sections, no Muslim ever will have 150 or 130 there's only 114 Chiasson you would ever even if you go to the people of misguidance you have 114 chapters 30 This is the Quran begins with L Fattah ends with NUS they.

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The Catholic Bible has 46 books in the Old Testament and 27 books of the New Testament that equals what 73 books, the Protestant Bible, I'm not even going to the Mormons. I'm just going to the major. The Protestant Bible has 39 books, and 20 of the Old Testament and 27 of the New Testament, equaling 66 books. You see, the writing here, didn't help them. But now we have that preservation to the field towards memorized. So the main The other main way of, of preserving the plan was

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was memorizing Yes, yes. Yes. So the Quran was written down as an additional support. Right. And it humbled me a lot. Yeah. And you reward Abu Bakr radi Allahu, and then after him have mentored young for the great service that they did for the oma. Even those that suffer a lot. They curse them still benefit from reading that are under they were the means of preserving. But yeah, me Allah subhanho wa Taala choose a particular time and a particular people with that particular skill that memorize letter by letter, the Quran till our time, we'll handle that. Let's go back to that.

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Sorry, because we're running out of time here. Yes.

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Dr. lowen, who not only did he collect this shooter of Sahaba, this committee of memorizers. Not only did he get this, but he came with a consensus,

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the consensus of all of the Sahaba that this is the for the day, memorize from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Yan had that manuscript with himself until he was alive. And after two years of his khilafah, he handed that over to

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Yahoo, who handed it over to hafsa his daughter, and then we won't get into half marathon today. Right? Right. Yeah, let's just miniature horse man, I want you to draw the line between a horse and carriage. I'll tell you, what is and what is, please. Excellent. And this is a deep subject I thought about as somebody suggested to me to write a PhD thesis, but I'm going to summarize it down to a very simple understanding I'm not going to go into California lemma and all those things. Rather what I'm going to say is to understand growth, in the Arabic language has even the meaning of something on edge. For example, Allah says rather or the Ministry of Human Anatomy when Yeah, but

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Allah, Allah has honey, they are on edge if something good happens and happy something but and this is the meaning that comes to different styles and sites that are away from each other. So the Quran as I had it has mentioned but also loss a loss and I'm said that jabril la Salaam he recited to me and I read it to the people, and I have Yanni upon one method of any citation not up and I'll explain the difference there you one style that has many different things that could come out from it. But that is one style that you then Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam for a period of time as we find many a hadith it was only on that heart. But he saw from his alma doors that were not able to recite

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it through that way. Because the atom had certain differences in the motor here and in the theme, for example, would have an accent one of the methods they would speak for example, I will give an example in English because sometimes for us, it's easier to understand what we do.

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When we talk about British English and American English

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let's look at how we state things. If you were to say the team is playing in America, we would say the team is playing we use the word is but in England that doesn't make sense. They say the team are playing.

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They take it as Gemma team are playing. But if you told me today the team are playing as somebody raised in America speaking American English, I would say this guy doesn't know English it should be the team is playing because we take the team to be one unit. You see, we're not saying anything different. But we say that to be in the

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Same English language with two different methods.

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Even if we say words, for example bread we in America stretch bread, we say especially in the south, how you're doing, how the bread we stretch it out. Yeah. So if you go to the east coast is different. It's not Boston is Boston, it changes. So the if you go to England, it's bread that comes off it the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wanted the Arabs, the immediate recipient of the message to understand the message. And to be able to learn it and memorize it. Yes and no. fuse it. Yes, exactly. And this is the miracle of the Quran. And this is not something newly discovered. This is in the books of howdy This is the LMR

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ad, that then also last on the last album, he asked you to increase that style of citation until jabril Allah salon by the will of Allah subhanaw taala from Allah, Allah, the same column Allah, he decided to plug in another method, not a citation, another method of reciting that became true. You only have fame until the last element one of the one, one of the directors of man that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say to jabril Yeah, gibreel in my oma, there are the illiterate. There is the old man who don't know how to read and write who speaks this accent. There is this lady who's this? Can you please make it easy on my oma? So this way they can understand. So you see the

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initial recitation of the Quran in different dialects, different accents, different styles was to make it easy for the immediate Arabs at the time to understand and grasp the revelation of the Koran. Yes, go on to the second love here. And it's excellent that the Muslim American was authentic and it when he kept begging ticular salon mentioning the people was oma until he increased it is another hate also with the guy that is also the the angel mechanic, he gives the suggestion to jabril salaam as well, who was taken back to the last panel talent, a lot of banter that increases the style of citation to be the second and third and fourth and fifth and sixth and seventh until

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sabar until alpha seven, the seven dialects or modes of any citation that have different things that are different between them. And I'll give you one example for one of the scholars there was a boubakeur.

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Thank you Stephanie. No later scholar, but beautiful scholar, he said

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to Al Arabi, I read upon Arabi in the harem Almudena Armando Armando Sol had to Bella para Arabi to me TV TV. TV because I know for Hopkin, tuba. tv.

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So want to talk to Paula T. Yeah. So he said, I decided to embed the one that I had. For those who believe and do good deeds for them there is tuba. tuba is the correct pronunciation there. So he said that the better when he repeated the same meaning, but he said t with the cursor, and a year. So he said I told him to do, he said, that's how he understood it. So it didn't change the meaning but that is the method of reciting for you. And this is how we say tomato, tomato, Potato Potato doesn't change the meaning. If I go to somebody from England they say tomato, I tell them tomato and that was me tomahto

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we will be saying the same thing. Yes. So this is a difference. Whether it is between the team is playing and the team are playing or between tomato and tomato. None of that changes the meaning it is not like what we discussed with the Bible. What do you have a different number of books are different verses are different names and so on. This is not like this. Now, but the most I'm sorry, I'm gonna interrupt you here. But the most famous direct or tongue Listen, or language actually leads to a word and it used to be they used to call it language actually look Yes. Even though it's one language but different branches. The most famous will know in was that they elect of kurush Yes,

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because of the location of Mecca. And because the people used to come to Mecca, right. So that that was the most common Yes, knowing that they elect at the time to like, you know

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Like, at a certain time, Egyptian Arabic was the most, I was gonna say the same thing, because of the movies because of the, you know, the movies and because Egypt was a center for movies and soap operas and every Arab even though they would know the, the Egyptian dialect because of the test MacOS like that, right maccha was like that, right? That is true. And again, these are not worth anything as a matter of Yahoo's Hadith, famous Hadith and other Sahaba said, it does not change the meaning any, just a method of conveying the message, the Quran was revealed verbally. So as people heard it, and recited it, their own accent did not change the meaning. Like we said, if somebody was

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to say tomato or tomato, there is no difference. Like if I today, get a copy of Shakespeare, and I read it in my American accent, then people will maybe hear it differently than Shakespearean actors, but it's the exact same play exact same meaning. So in the same way, the parent was one. And this is why, even though we're not getting into the issue of murder of young today, but all that we recite today, from the different art and every Muslim around the world, all of them have to go back to one, Jama one consolidation of the ankle, and unlike any other and want to close it, he or she falls man,

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this, this was needed. And this is the will of Allah subhanaw taala. This was like the stages of the revelation of the Quran that it's similar to the ruling on alcohol.

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So there was an immediate need at the time of the revelation. And when Allah wills the time,

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Hodeidah, ngulia man, he was the Allahu anhu. And today in particular brothers and sisters in Islam, he's a companion if you want to, you know, he used to say, the companions of the Prophet SAW Selim used to ask about what good they can do. And I used to ask about the bad the bad things that I should avoid. Yeah. And he's more into that area. So he was bringing behind a group of Muslims. I think, the wording in Abidjan somewhere in

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and one of them let the salah and he recited with a certain accent of one of the tribes. The one behind him, they were about to kill one another after the Sala and this is where we we understand the reaction of obey because the brother used obey of NACA, you know, this was

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a way of NACA, when when when the prophets mentioned this to him. He felt like there was something in my that's exactly Oh my By the way, that Hakeem of exam, Omar was bringing behind his Sham Viola Han who and he resided in for Pon Omar said I was about to grab him from the Salah.

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So he decided in full upon in a certain way in a certain day, like Omar said I was about to grab a sham from the Salah, but I kept I controlled myself until he finished the Salah. And look how he grabbed him he grabbed me from here

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and he went to the Prophet. So he sat in front of the Prophet society I shall recite the oma, this is how I received it both are correct. Yeah. Yeah. Now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is dead the accent and the language of Quraysh became the most bro dominant

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to a lot of Muslims. Now for the effect came back to us man warning him Can you close today with that incident? We will begin tomorrow inshallah. inshallah. inshallah. Bismillah. Go ahead, do you just one thing before I go there to separate between.

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Now, there are raw, that were there and they were famous from the time the earliest time the time of the seller like a NASA from Medina and Nicosia and

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arson from Kufa and so on and so on. These were corrupt that herd roof etc. And

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the other party min roof is set up. And this is where the truck come from. Also from Rasulullah sallallahu ala. But the poorer the from the sabar, Rufus about the they took from it and they recited it to their students and because we are so careful about the Quran, we don't accept anybody's reputation as you from either

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I'm gonna make. So if somebody from Egypt comes tomorrow and they say, I want to read Ghana and Quran, that Whoo hoo Allah that we can't accept that, because we have to preserve the in only what was revealed from Allah XPath and somebody from Pakistan comes and says instead of all who Allah has, I want to say

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cannot. So every car, he has to give his senate back to the solar Law Center.

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Not one senate through multiple chains. So those Cora from the Haruka Sabha, they took that re citation. And we preserved it exactly people memorizing from them one after the other, all going back to the most of what matters Yeah, no, this is just to end the differentiation between haruf and karate in a summarized manner. Tell you the last thing as you asked me and we'll stop no doubt that in the time of Booker of the Messiah was compiled, but there was only one and it was would have settled the honor as we left off and in the manner of the annual as the Muslims had gone for as the shift has already mentioned about Azerbaijan and because the Muslim Ummah was spreading and because

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they were there and they were all correct, but the Muslims not knowing all of those didn't have a central authority to go back to not every Muslims all the way back to Medina and check the most of that with Deanna every time there is Philip sort of man I'm not fond of the man who was given this responsibility to standardize a must have and send it out to the oma and Alhamdulillah we have from what have not been compiled who who did the man call to do this work? I was going to leave that for tomorrow but now that you know that's important.

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This Tuesday

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the hack

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and the same Sahabi

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is the same as the hobby that I chose and that seems a hobby standardized each man by the name is a savvy Tip No Imagine if we can list his family name. Luke was Luke Luke what Luke Who? You know Matthew, who who is Matthew What is his I can

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tell you at least from my ignorance of it in the heart of it than in the

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in the off

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top of my head that's good enough to memorize. Yeah, [???].

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Allah, we will resume tomorrow with your permission.

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Charla on Saturday brothers and sisters in Islam. We'll open the floor more for your questions. And we'll we'll have other guests to answer your questions. But I thought myself and Jeff Hoffman will do that presentation for you today and tomorrow inshallah, we will continue with the combine elation, or the collection, I wouldn't call it collection, right? It's not because it's already collected. Of course, it just uniting the Muslims on one DLA on one

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half, not the seven. And this is the will of Allah subhanaw taala. Just like

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we would say this is a standardization right of what was out there. So he standardized and sent out by consensus. And I'll handle a lot of what I've modeled the outcome for what he did for the oma that killed today. Every Muslim, if you pick up every one of them, is based on his man. I'm sorry, at the very end, and I'm sorry, brothers. I know this is because the moment is here, the Shia, the accused of man of burning, the koran burning versions of the Quran

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of man did this because a lot of these neurons will not in the order of the final must have

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some of these Quran we're missing certain chapters because the scribes were not there when these certain verses were revealed. Right? Can you just shed more light on this the the angle, what he did is he requested have settled the unharmed for her must have the one that Rebecca had compiled that under the gun given to his daughter, and he said everybody that has a written manuscript of the must have bring it to say that the Sabbath seems to have visited the Sabbath in the heart of the Alolan home. And what they did is they said okay, some of the Sahaba like Like you said, I mean if I am memorizing the Quran, and I'm writing down like in North Africa, they write down the poor and

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sometimes I may make a personal note to myself right in the side like when I write in my books,

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I put little notes to myself, Okay, you know what this is to be done with the female, paper, whatever. So some of the Sahaba had such notes, those are not a part of their own personal writings. So, when I've met have been collected and by the consensus and I want to emphasize this earlier, who hasn't seen the

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birth of the

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consensus that what the uncompiled is as the Quran was revealed to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam he said anybody else's partial manuscript should be destroyed or done away with because you don't want them people to think oh, the model the trainer missing from the muscle so maybe it was maybe not consensus, did you Mark has come a standard book has been written copies of it, at least five that we know of are going to be sent out to the oma that's it. If you want to know then this is it. Anything that's incomplete will be destroyed, not to cause confusion. And this was the correct thing to do. A lot of what might have not been me alone. There's a lot here.

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A lot of words, man, it's always a pleasure to be with you and inshallah we'll continue with your permission tomorrow inshallah beetelite Allah dissolvable off here and we'll see you with the latter Mashallah. Hi Camilla.

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Man, may Allah reward him Allah Allah Allah me, sisters in Islam, we will

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