Cosmology in the Quran

Mirza Yawar Baig

Channel: Mirza Yawar Baig

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The Qur’an is a book of signs. Not a book of science. Allah spoke about His creation so that we can acknowledge the Creator and worship Him without ascribing partners. Cosmology in the Qur’an highlights some of the cosmological signs that Allah mentioned which support our theories. Because after all He was the only witness to what actually happened.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala l mursaleen. Allah Allah He was Javier Jemaine obeyed.

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My dear brothers and sisters and elders, welcome to our lecture on cosmology in the Quran. We are beginning after quite a big gap in our we can lectures, inshallah, we will try to continue,

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I won't say without a gap because again, two weeks later, I have to go but next week, inshallah next weekend, we will have a lecture on death and hereafter. I think that's also in view of the fact that

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in the very recent past, many of our near and dear ones have passed away, I think it's a good reminder for us to look at what the Islamic Akita is, with regard to that and hereafter, and therefore, inshallah next weekend, Saturday and Sunday and next weekend will be a full class, which is Saturday from us or to Russia and Sunday from 11 to 130. I want to begin by speaking about the purpose of the revelation

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14 148 years ago,

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a window opened in the heavens and God spoke to men, Allah subhanho wa Taala, sent down his first revelation.

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And the message was the same that has come that had come many times in history, but this time, it was the last time that it was to come.

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And the name of that message was Islam.

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What is Islam? Islam is

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the belief in Allah subhana wa Jalla Jalla Jalla Lu, to recognize the reality of Allah subhanho wa Taala, one creator, Rabbil alameen, one sustainer, who alone is worthy of worship, and to whom we will all return one day irrespective of our current belief, whether we believe this or not, is not material to the reality. It is material to our approach to that reality because reality does not depend on belief for its existence. So that so to enter Islam,

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all we need to do is to believe in our heart that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is His Messenger and his final messenger.

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And so therefore, let us make Allah subhanho wa Taala our witness and repeat the Kalamata Eva Chateau La ilaha illallah

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wa de la sharika lahu

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washa one na Muhammad Abdul hora, Sulu.

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Insha Allah Allah, Allah I ask Allah subhana wa Taala to be our witness on the day of judgment and ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make each one of us the witness for all of us inshallah.

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My brothers and sisters, Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed his column and he introduced himself in this way. where Allah subhanaw taala said, Our will human at shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Allah hola

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This is who we worship.

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This is all the Muslims worship.

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This is who we ask for help.

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This is who we rely upon.

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And we have debacle.

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This is Islam.

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Allah subhanho data polls the challenge to the scientists and technologists. And all the other is

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This is a challenge to anybody

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from the one who created everything

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where he said that we will show them our signs. We love Akiva v. and Hussein, in the universe and within themselves,

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had yada yada lahoma no luck, until it becomes clear and manifest to them, that this column of Allah is the truth.

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My brothers and sisters, that is why I say to you that there is no conflict in the Quran between theology and science.

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The conflict between religion and science is a Christian conflict in Europe, because of how the Bible got changed. And therefore the Christian worldview became progressively more illogical. And therefore, the Christians of Europe, they rejected the Bible.

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Or, to probably put it more accurately, they rejected the scientific roll all the scientific evidences in the Bible because they were completely contradictory to what people were by then discovering, through their own research, and they just didn't match.

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For example, it was the biblical view that the world is flat, and that if you travel long enough, you will fall off over the edge, like as if on a table.

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It was the biblical view that the earth is the center of the universe, and everything else is revolving around the earth, and so on, and so on, and so on. And so people rejected this entire story, and they rejected it. They said, Let religion remain inside the church, render unto Caesar what is Caesar's and unto God, what is God's. So the separated temporal power and theology, they separated theology and science, they separated theology and government. And they said, there's no problem as long as you want to worship stage at the church, worship in the church, but once you step outside the church, this world is ours.

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And we will decide what happens in this world. And in this world of ours outside the church, there is no God there is no creation, there is no nothing. And what we see and what we touch and what we can poke, and what box back boxes back is Israel and everything else is unreal, we don't accept you know, that became the globalist stick and remains still today the globalist

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worldview of Europe, primarily.

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Islam has never gone down that road at all.

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And so therefore, in Islam, we never had a problem with science. And we do not have a problem with science as long as we stick to Islam.

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And that's why very important for us to remember is that the Quran is a book of science.

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It's not a book of science, even though some of the signs are

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Scientific

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the Quran is not meant the Kalam was not sent to teach us about embryology, it was not sent to teach us about geology. It was not sent to teach us about oceanography, it was not sent to teach us about cosmology, even though all these things are mentioned in the Quran.

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So it's very important to keep this thing in mind, especially for those who use

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who pick and choose is from the Quran which refer to scientific things. And within quotes, they use them to prove the truthfulness of the Kalam of Allah. Now, that is a

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dangerous path to go down. And that is a wrong path to go down. Because the problem with that is that

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if you are that you're inverting the issue, it is the column of Allah subhanaw taala which confirms scientific and human evidence, not vice versa. So, there is no because logically speaking, you cannot take a lower level knowledge to confirm a higher level knowledge.

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You can do the other way around, which is you can take a higher level knowledge to confirm a lower level knowledge but you cannot take a lower level knowledge to confirm a higher level knowledge and we believe that the highest level of knowledge is the most valuable data. So taking knowledge of our own research and our own findings, even though they are correct, but taking them to prove the existence of Allah or to prove the divinity of the Quran and so on is illogical.

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Allah subhanaw taala mentioned for us the Quranic method of teaching and learning what I said in the ayat of surah

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there is a whole lecture of mine on these. So those of you who are interested can go on YouTube or To Our Channel And see the lecture the detailed lecture on these on these specific items.

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a lot of data and is beautiful I revert specifically to his creation. And he said that there are signs in my creation in the alternation of the day and the night and the creation of the heavens of the earth. There are signs of people of intelligence and then Alice Dora described Who are the people of intelligence. That lecture of mine is called Al Bab, the people of intelligence. Allison described Who are the people who intelligence analysts set the criterion of intelligence and Allah subhanaw taala set the criterion both in terms of what it is as well as the sequence of learning

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where he said that our original Bab the people of intelligence are the people who first and foremost recognize their Creator,

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not vice versa, not people who deny the Creator. Intelligence means first and foremost recognize your Creator. And then

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we're the vicar role, who then do research and figure and who are concerned about what happens in the universe. Rather than mentioned the logical consequence of this sequence of teaching and learning, which is to say Rama Rama Allah tada battilana Suhana Guevara Davina our app, you have not created all of this in vain. It's not without purpose, Glory to you and save us from the torment of the Fire. Because automatically the person then remembers that one day he or she will have to stand before Allah Subhana Allah Jalla Jalla

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I submit to you that the Quran verifies cosmological theory

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because cosmological theory like any other theory is a theory.

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Nobody was there standing to see what happened.

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So, therefore, theory is conjecture. It can be very intelligent conjecture, it can be conjecture, which is based on

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circumstantial evidence. But still, it is only conjecture. It is not fact. Nobody can say this actually happened because he wasn't there to see

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The column of Allah subhanho wa Taala confirms those findings because Allah subhanaw taala was there to see it because he did it.

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And that is very important for us to reiterate when we are making these statements that the Quran confirms the theory, not vice versa. So without the Quran, we would never have known some of these things for sure, because it would continue to be theory but once you read the Quran, Allah

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then the Kalam confirms them. Now, why these ions as I mentioned to you, that I am relating to genetics and geology, geology, oceanology, cosmology and so on and so forth. The purpose of the revelation of the ayah, as I mentioned before, is not to teach as the subjects of science, it is to draw attention of mankind, towards their Creator, to whom is our return, it is inviting mankind to bow to the creator in submission and not stand up against the creator in opposition,

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right, that is the purpose of these Ayah so we come to the to the I have picked from the Quran I'm not saying that there these are all there there are there there will be or maybe more inshallah so but first of all, I mentioned the beginning of the creation, and Allah subhanaw taala said that it was smoke

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and in a lot of Abdullah mentioned this, and he said,

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he will hear the Hon smoke

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or the etea our garden

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for you, ye, Allah said he turned towards heaven, when it was smoke and said to it and to the earth come both of you willingly or unwillingly, and they both said we come willingly. Then Allah Subhana Allah Mirella, the Naga for one hour the Torah token Fatah, Kona Houma, Johanna minalima, eco Lucha in Hi, Ella, you may know

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Allah Allah says in Surah lamea have not those who disbelieve known that the heavens and the earth are joined together as one united piece, then we parted them and we have made from water every living thing, will they not then believe

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that today all of these are spoken of in cosmology as theory that you know, we talk about the Big Bang, you talk about how it was one mass and then it was separated and so on. Allah subhanaw taala mentioned that he created everything from water.

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The whole issue, I always say that you know, you have to truly appreciate if you have if you want to look at a man, you have to truly appreciate the man of the Sahaba

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because for somebody who sits standing in the middle of the Arabian Desert, surrounded by rocks, black mountains, rocks, not even enough water to drink sometimes. And here is Allah resending revelation saying I created everything from water.

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Now how believable is that? You created everything from water. So where's the water?

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Where's the water?

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But they believed

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and they believed was complete and total decade.

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Seriously, we this is the reason why Allah said Allah Allah.

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Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah said, don't they reflect on the Quran?

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Or is it that their hearts are sealed, there were lots of their hearts, the eyes did not come for people like you hamdulillah but we need to think the same for the people who deny Allah subhanaw taala. But seriously, we have to look at ourselves and say that if this ayah is rough, it is read to me do Can I say that? I am not among these?

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Can we say that? Can we say I am not among those who do not reflect on the Quran?

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Seriously, let's ask ourselves questions.

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So our solar system is a precisely engineered and highly complex moving system.

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Now, there's a lot of stuff written on this in terms of how

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you know, even a very, very small variation in the angle, for example of the earth, the angle of the axis of the earth, even a very small variation would bring about absolutely catastrophic changes in climate, which would make life completely impossible to live on the on the face of the planet, even a slight kid. Nevertheless rather that is that person

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sighs kind of engineering. So I always say to people, those who believe in the fact that creation is an accident, I mean, finally a precise accident.

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That here's here are some wonderful images of, of the, of our solar system. And

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here's that that's the sun with the planets, the orbits of the planets have been,

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have been visualized, so that you can see that.

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Now, if you take these, as I mentioned to the, the specific angles of the of the earth and the specific angles of the orbit, the earth takes 365 days to make one orbit of the sun. Mercury takes 88 days to make one orbit. So if you want to do a bit of math, how many years

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of mercury equals one year of the earth. So if you and I were transported to Mercury, you would instantly age.

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And if somebody from Mercury, Mercury doesn't, at least to the best of our knowledge does not have human life on it. But if there was somebody living a monkey, if they were transported to Earth, they would suddenly become younger.

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So there's the secret of youth, those of you who want to become younger find the place that revolves

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go to the gym.

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Now, the CC the beauty of this thing, mercury, see the variation in temperature, Mercury day temperatures, 176 degrees Celsius, and night temperatures are minus 184 degrees Celsius, whereas the Earth's temperature is a uniform average of 22 degrees Celsius.

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This is the distance of the Sun from the earth is 150 million kilometers, light traveling at 300,000

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kilometers an hour per second takes eight minutes to get to the earth. And this is the whole This is our solar system. There are of course, now some other planets and bodies which have been discovered in it, but this is where we are and on your on the left of the screen is the picture of the sun.

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Now the earth itself, this is

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on a slight bit of a side note, but I think it's important to talk about that the Earth itself you look at it has a crust, which is 10 miles in thickness. Now, this class is what we live on.

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And this crust is all your gold mines and diamond mines and everything else and all the holes in the ground and all your you know borewells and networks we live in discuss 10 miles

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below the the the the temperature of that is 22 degrees Celsius below that is 1800 miles of what is called the mantle and the temperature of that varies between 500 to 4000 degrees Celsius

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under that is an outdoor core which is 3000 miles

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then, which is really liquid lava and the temperature there is 5000 to 9000 degrees Celsius. And then there is inner core, which is done 100 miles and temperatures 5000 degrees Celsius. So literally we are sitting on a ball of fire. And if you look at the as an analogy, if you if you think of an apple, then the crust of the earth which we are sitting on is the skin of the apple.

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Everything else is fine.

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Now, how,

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how big is the earth? Let me

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let me show you how big the earth is.

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You'll never ever get your head around how big the universe is. Don't go there. It's just vast. It's enormous. There's no way a human mind I think can actually comprehend the true density of the universe. We're happy with the size of an elephant or the size of a tree, or maybe even the size of Durham Cathedral. But I think if we go beyond that, then our brains just start to run out I guess. It may be difficult for our brains to comprehend. But that hasn't stopped astronomers endeavoring to measure the distance to the stars. One technique is to use a phenomenon called parallax

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Everybody can actually experience parallax for themselves. If you hold your thumb up and close one eye, you might see that your thumb appears to be in a certain position relative to something behind your thumb. But then if you

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try

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to move relative to the object behind.

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The same thing happens when we look at the stars. When we look at a relatively nearby star from the earth, it appears in a certain position relative to the other background stars. Six months later, when the earth is on the opposite side of the sun, the same star will appear in a different position relative to the background, like opening and closing one eye, then the other, the star appears to move. And by measuring this apparent movement, we can calculate the true position of the star.

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An alternative method of measurement is to use certain stars in the sky, known as standard candles, we know exactly how brightly they shine. If we can therefore measure how bright they appear to us on Earth, we can calculate how far away they are, to dinner they appear, the further they are from the earth. So the nearest star to the sun is Proxima Centauri. And that turns out is 40 trillion kilometers away, that's 40 million million kilometres away from the earth, that's numbers start to become any comprehensible. And that's why astronomers have adopted an alternative unit of measurement for such vast distances. The light

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a light year is the distance that light will travel in one year, if you imagine light moving around the Earth in one second, so

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in that time, light will travel around the Earth over seven times. So that's fast. speed of light is 300,000 kilometers a second.

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So one light tip is about 9 million million kilometers. The speed of light also leads to a curious consequence, when we stare at the stars.

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So the light from the sun takes eight minutes to get to the earth. that essentially means we're looking into the past we're looking back at the sun as it was eight minutes ago. So if the sun was to disappear right now, we wouldn't know for eight minutes. So a telescope if you like is a time machine. We're looking back in time and the further the object is away from us. The further back in time we're seeing.

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Like nearly all the stars we can see with the naked eye sits inside the galaxy we call the Milky Way.

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Galaxy is not alone in the universe.

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Not everything you can see in the night sky is actually in our galaxy. It turns out that some of those faint dots are in fact of the galaxies. The furthest object you can see actually with with the unaided eye is another galaxy called Andromeda, the light from that galaxy has taken something like two and a quarter million years to get to the earth. So if you imagine if we reverse the scenario, and you're looking at the earth, from Andromeda with a very powerful telescope, you'd see no signs of cities, no civilization, no Great Wall of China, you might be lucky enough to see one or two sort of early humans hunting around on the African plains for their dinner, maybe.

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Astronomers have always wanted to see further, using bigger and better telescopes to try and find out just how many other galaxies are out there.

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Until finally, we pointed the Hubble telescope, at what at first appeared to be a very dark and ordinary patch of the night sky. View, imagine holding up your finger with a grain of sand on it. And looking at the patch of sky that grain of sand blocks out. That's the field that the telescope zoomed in on to and what the telescopes or was incredible. Every single speck of light in this photo as a galaxy 10,000 galaxies in a patch of sky the size of a grain of sand held at arm's length. If this tiny patch of sky is like every other, then we can calculate how many galaxies are out there.

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the visible universe contains around 100 billion galaxies, each one of those galaxies contains around about 100 billion stars. That means the visible universe contains something like 10,000 million million million stars. That means there are more stars in the visible universe than there are grains of sand on the earth. The light from some of these most distant galaxies has taken around 13 billion years to get here. That's like traveling at 300,000 kilometers a second. the visible universe structures around 13 billion light years from the earth. So we've said the universe is big. I'm going to try and give you some idea how big imagine the earth as a grain of sand. If that was

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the case, then our solar system out to the orbit of the planet Neptune would be as big as Durham Cathedral.

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So now let's imagine we take

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Our solar system and we shrink it down to the size of this grain of sand, then our galaxy, the Milky Way, would be 1000 times bigger than this cathedral.

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So now we take the Milky Way galaxy and shrink it down to the size of the grain of sand, the cathedral would be the entire visible universe.

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The universe is big, it's really big.

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And the earth is small, it's really small.

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Your house is even smaller.

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You're fighting like cat and dog with your own brother.

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Like every

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now,

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one night,

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at about two o'clock,

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I was lying on my back in the sand

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in the bed of the khuddam River

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in 1975.

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When I figured out, I was looking at the night sky, bright, bright, bright stars will be stuck

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and suddenly occurred to me that looking up at the night sky that I was looking into the past.

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Because I said that if that light which is coming from whichever star that I'm looking at, if that light takes 1 million light years to get to me, and in that 1 million light years time, if the star has died,

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then I'm actually seeing something that does not exist.

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Here is a picture of the Milky Way over Crater Lake. That's the lake in equator of a volcano. And that's very beautiful picture that the Milky Way galaxy. The key thing is, as the man said in the in the video.

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the visible universe, as they say, is the universe. That is if you hold a grain of sand on the tip of your finger at arm's length, that piece which is blocked out by the grain of sand that is the visible universe, and that has billions of galaxies the size of the Milky Way.

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Allah subhanaw taala talks about fixed orbits. And as we mentioned, if the orbits were not fixed, if they if the if they shifted then it would bring about potentially catastrophic changes in the climate analysis Allah casati bill Haku kabiru Laila and Luca Vilna Hara Laila was Saqqara Shams our cover kulu yejide Li Li Mo sama Allah who will Azizullah afar, Allah said, He has created the heavens and the earth, Bill Huck, and he makes the night to go into the day discover you kabiru is a very descriptive phrase in,

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in Arabic, which means to extract from to come out of the mix the night go in the day and make the day go into the night and he is subjected the sun and the moon, each running on a fixed course for an appointed term and Verily, He is the Almighty and the oft forgiving, see the narration of the column of Allah subhanaw taala. When, until the word Almighty, it's all connected, because Allah is talking about his creation, and he is the Almighty, and then why is there a forgiving? wYlfa?

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And this is the point to understand about the Gollum of Allah subhanho wa Taala is there is a purpose to this revelation. Allah is not simply describing I made this I made this I made this or

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why the Rafah because because he made all of this, therefore submit to Him and make Toba and returned towards Allah subhanaw taala because he is alpha. Otherwise Tell me in this ayah How does the offer make any sense in in this entire narration of what Allah is talking about? The offer is, it is not necessary to say that because Allahu Allah, He is the all powerful Almighty with respect to what he created. Why?

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Because that is not the purpose of the marriage so far is to draw our attention to the fact the purpose of the revelation is to draw attention towards Allah subhanaw taala it's not just you know, Allah is not telling stories right.

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Now during the day in the night,

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let me

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show you some more movies

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Ctrl F.

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This is time lapse footage from the International Space Station those flashing lights is a lightning storm that is happening in the Middle East.

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These are the lights are the the cities, which are in the night to see this lecture series.

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And that's the sunrise coming up.

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That is the

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aurora borealis, the shafique which we will see elsewhere.

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The colors are created because of the oxidation of solar dust and other harmful things that burn off. Thanks to the shield that Allah has created across the earth. If that wasn't there, we would burn

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those are the solar energy panels of the International Space Station. And as you see, it goes

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Are you happy to see all this?

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Yes or no?

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Let me make you very unhappy.

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The International Space Station is a scientific experiment that is a collaboration between 15 countries including hold your breath, America and Russia.

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And when the Ukraine stuff started, NASA put a sign on their website saying none of this affects our collaboration on the International Space Station.

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Out of those 15 countries there is not a single Muslim country.

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Are you unhappy?

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that make me let me make you even more unhappy because my I specialize in creating depression.

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The International Space Station does 16 orbits of the

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bird day. That's the speed at which it is going around the Earth.

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That means 16 sunrises, 16 sunsets.

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Somebody asked one of the astronauts on the International Space Station what is the most beautiful thing that you see from there? And that person says the sunrises and sunsets is absolutely breathtaking, absolutely amazing.

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You know the tragedy

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for 16 sunrises and 16 sunsets on the day the space station was in the Air till today as I speak. Not once. Did anybody say Subhan Allah.

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Why? Because you are too busy eating billion

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because you don't want to invest money in education.

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You got no sense of quality.

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You think it comes for free?

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Sorry, I'm not abusing you this for the general janta which is

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much worse.

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And that is why

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the people who are watching those sunrises and sunsets, they say Wow, man,

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but nobody says harmala

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nobody falls into

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that video you saw according to me is a video of such like an if

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you see that video he was fall into suits.

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Who will fall into someone who doesn't even know La la la

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la semana de la de da

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de Muro de la v. sera yo camara Moni la

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the

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Lima Narada.

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bliss T.

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Tabarak

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is the one who plays in the heaven big stars,

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constellations and plays they're in a great lamp, the sun and a moon giving lights.

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And if you see the Arabic of this, Sarah will cover

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the lamp is the one who which creates the light which has the light of its own, whereas the cover is the one which reflects the light, which is the actual nature of the sun and the moon.

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And it is he who put the night and the day in succession for such who desires to remember, or who desires to show his gratitude once again the I reflect on the ayat of the Quran, it is not about Sun and Moon, it's not about day and night. It's about our relationship with Allah Subhana Allah is pointing to his creation and saying who is this for the one who reflects and the one who goes in sudo

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Isla Illallah

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let me show you another one I love these

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these

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are in the right actually what we what we just saw the

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answer this one later on. So, we just saw that that video

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talks about the phases of the moon. So, these are the different phases of the moon again a time lapse photography, Craters of the Moon

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the poet's who write a lot of poetry and compare the face of their beloved to the moon obviously haven't seen a picture of the surface of the moon.

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The day temperature of the moon is

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varies between 170 degrees to 123 degrees

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and the night temperature goes to minus 153.

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And

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like you

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said word sounds so dodgy really.

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todo de

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la la casa con

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la cola Viva La ke bajo

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and the sun runs on it fixed costs for a term and that is a decree of almighty the all knowing and the moon we have measured for it phases to traverse delayed returns like the old dried curved date palm date stick which is dead stock, which is a description of the new moon and it is not for the sun to overtake the moon not as the night outstrip the day, they all float each in an orbits

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Allah subhanaw taala then mentioned also in sort of the query what today we know as the black hole, the black hole is not actually a hole it is it is something which with such tremendous density and such tremendous gravitational force, that even light does not leave its surface and therefore it appears like a black hole. But it performs a very important function in the in space in the universe because it is like acts like a broom it sweeps across and takes away everything. If you go into the black hole in though that's what the

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that what a black hole looks like. And this is what a black hole does.

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But a mobile phone

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As a real can

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a loss of 100 data set in sort of duckweed.

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So verily, I swear by the planets that received that disappear during the day and reappear during the night, and by the planet, that by the planets that move swiftly and hide themselves

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very interesting, there are three words which are used

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in the the sphere. The first is holiness, which is that which is not visible. The second word is a one is algebra which moves swiftly as we saw in this particular case. And the third is all goodness that which sweeps and gathers everything to itself. Now, that's a beautiful description of something which has tremendous gravitational force. So as it moves,

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it grabs everything to itself. Now specific mention of celestial objects with the exact properties of black holes. Now what is clear from this and other acts of the Quran is that these are not random descriptions, but very pointed, clear and purposeful descriptions, which are sent for a specific purpose, which is for people to recognize Allah Subhana Allah, Allah, Allah.

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Allah also mentions the death of stars, what we know as the supernova and the nebula that's a picture of a supernova dust before it dies, it becomes extremely bright with piercing brightness. That's the famous Crab Nebula, which you would have seen this picture many times. It's a very popular, very beautiful image.

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And unless there is a summer

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either summer on fara ye they'll cover Cuban tatara when the heaven is cleft asunder, and when the stars have fallen and shatter and scattered, so specific mention of stars, of the depth of stars and the falling of stars. Their last word that I mentioned

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the one that knocks in the night.

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That's the kind of sound right? So unless rather than I said, was sama, Tarik

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Tarik

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and moussaka by the heaven and Atari, the one who knocks at night, and what will make you know what it is, and unless there is a style of piercing brightness, and this is the Nagasaki, this is the star of piercing brightness. And let me

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show you the

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issue of the topic.

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The data is called the pulsa, which is that's the correct word for it. And if you go to this, that's the website, it will be on the on the recording when it comes up to you. It's called a pulse app because it pulsates. And

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that is the sound is an actual recording of the sound of a buzzer.

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Then we come to the magnetic shield which protects the earth, which we know as the aurora borealis. You saw a picture of that from beautiful video of that from the ISS from the International Space Station. This is also called the Northern Lights. So those of you who go on an Alaskan cruise, you will see this because that's one of the things that they show you if you go up in Alaska

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to the north to the North Pole, you can see these there again another picture of the shafique.

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In order we also use the word Shabbat for Twilight for the evening settings and the actual meaning of it is this. And as I said this burns off the solar debris and stuff, which if this wasn't there to burn it off. If this magnetic shield was not there, then if that solar never landed on the earth, it would just annihilate everything just burn everything off.

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The

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earth is surrounded by a very strong magnetic shield which repels solid every solar wind, which is particles emitted by the sun which if they land on the earth would have destroyed it instead of burning up the earth and destroying everyone in it. The solar wind is itself ignited and burned off and deflected so that the earth is safe. And this is visible as the aurora borealis in the Arctic region which is which we know as as our shafique which is one of the most beautiful of the celestial phenomena.

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So unless Montana mentioned this, and he said, Cosimo which one lately was ACO kamari de la cavanna, tobacco, tobacco pharma home law, you may know

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why the Korean a moral Koran Allah is Judo on this is an ayat of sudo. So before you go away when you go back to the masala mix in sha Allah. So Allah subhanaw taala said, so I swear by the afterglow of the sunset, which by the by the shafique and by the by the night and whatever it gathers in its darkness, and by the moon, which is at the fall, you shall certainly travel from stage to stage in this life and hereafter, what is the matter with them that they do not believe and when the Quran is recited to them, they do not fall in so

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I want to end by reiterating the message of the Quran.

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This whole column came for a purpose and that purpose was to remind us about the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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said I will say

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Allah

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was

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one demo wash. Judah

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was

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me

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tafsir

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v.

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Ba.

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Big Mama to girl the

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boomer.

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Boomer.

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Fabiani,

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Rami buma

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Maharaja

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baina Huma barraza

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Fabi.

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coma

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Bobby coma token?

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colo.

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colo

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big

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Furby.

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Toko.

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And that reminded us about the final truths

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where you can

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And he mentioned the constellations and he mentioned cosmology and he mentioned discretion.

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And he said, for

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a movie ma k no Jo wine. Hola Casa merleau taala.

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The in

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Gary Vee kita Makoto

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Medina

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is Co.

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a sub Bay, this mayor of big law the

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soul of Allah Allah

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ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah Jaga con la de la,

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la La, La, La La La La La La MaMa to be like melos valtellina cause this to be a source of guidance for all of us. May Allah subhanho wa Taala accept your coming here and reward you in keeping with his majesty and grace. They are not gonna open your hearts to his glory and majesty. May Allah subhanaw taala remind us about our meeting with him one day.

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May Allah subhanaw taala make that day the best day of our lives

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well as the last of our deeds, the best of our deeds, the last day of our life, the best day of our life.

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We ask Allah subhanaw taala to enable us to take this message of Islam and the message of his greatness and glory and majesty to every home on the face of this earth. And we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to open the hearts of people, that you talk to the people that you meet the people that you present this, you ask Allah to open their hearts to his message and to enable your words to change the hearts of people. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept all your doors and to accept your power and to turn you towards Him and to make you firm on the son of His Habib Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sahbihi wa sallahu wa salam

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ala alihi wa sahbihi erotica hora de la blah