Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 29 #11 – Al-Haqqah 4

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The segment discusses the printing of Jesus Mary and the book of Allah, including the printing of the book of Allah and the book of Islam, as well as the printing of the book of Islam. The speakers also discuss the history of the century before Islam, including accusations of being a commodity seller and the use of multiple versions of the statement. The segment concludes with a statement about the importance of the Bible and its use in life. The segment also touches on the history of the title Islam, including the use of "has" and "has" to describe the title, the use of "sooth" in the Bible, and the potential consequences of the cutting of an aorta. The segment also touches on the use of deadly poison in the past and the potential consequences it may have on the individual's behavior.
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Well hello salatu salam ala so you do now email me now, Habibi, now Asha Fiorina, will cost me Mohammed Abdullah while

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we are in woman.

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Eli young Dean Subhan. Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah in Atlanta and it will Hakeem

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will be slightly soldering wires in the net and mainly sunny of copper only with the highly Sunday which he can carry.

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I praise Allah Almighty and I send prayers and blessings upon the final messenger, our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his noble family, righteous companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the Day of Judgment, I mean,

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glory be to you Allah, no knowledge have we accept that what you have taught us and we do are the All Knowing the all wise?

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We ask Allah subhanaw taala

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to bring us together with the Beloved Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam the highest of paradise as he brought us here together today to study the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala May Allah azza wa jal make it sincere and an argument for us and not against us on the day of judgment of others a few can maybe come a little bit closer. So, my range of no closer this way. So, I don't have to go 180 degrees to face you will

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come closer together and Shall

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we continue the Tafseer of Surah Al Hatco.

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And last we left off

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with the saying

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with verse 37.

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I will do me the shape

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to the

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on he

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on the

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I mean one on one I

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GZ we're in

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the ring like

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a hustler to

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this meal

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Allah Most High says.

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So, I swear by what you see and what you do not see.

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So, I swear by what you see, and what you do not see, we set the last version

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takes an oath

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by that which is important in itself.

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In addition to

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directing our attention to something important, the thing itself is taking an oath why is important, and that which he is directing our attention to is also very important.

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Allah subhanaw taala took an oath, by everything we see.

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In other places, he took an oath, my singular things, he took an oath by the sun.

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He took an oath by the moon, by the heavens, by the stars, right. But he, he included everything fell off the map, tumble Cyril. He swore by everything you can see. So that included all of those things. Subhanallah he's taking an oath by me

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then we can see, by the heavens, by the earth. Why everything in between, by all the human beings on this earth, he's taking an oath why everything you can see, if the whole world of the scene, Allah subhanaw taala is taking an oath by hand.

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We can barely count the things around us. What's less everything that we can see and that we will ever see in our lifetime?

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Everything Subhanak something great, he's taking an oath, why something awesome, something innumerable

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everything in the world of the scene

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to the human being.

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But what is even more unbelievable. And more staggering, is that Allah azza wa jal is also taking an oath, by everything you do not see. And I swear to you, it is multiples of that what you see

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the world, the unseen, is multiple, my dear brother and sister, that of the world of the seen enough that he's taken off by what you see, he's also taking everything you don't see.

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That included everything. This fourth is so awesome.

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Because it also includes an oath by his own holy self. He's taking an oath by himself.

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Allah azza wa jal is taking an oath by himself. Has he done that in other places in the Quran?

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Absolutely. As you know.

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We know them we don't know them.

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Can we find them for next time Hello

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by himself,

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taking a note by himself,

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this over so great, it included himself and everything else in this universe seen and unseen.

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Because you cannot see Allah subhanaw taala. Can you see Allah subhanaw taala is

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the unseen

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the signs of Allah subhanaw taala are everywhere and everything. It's not that Allah is everywhere, this is not correct. Allah as above, as we discussed before, but the signs of the Presence of Allah subhanaw taala, everything leads you to Allah, everything you see, the NTUC walking

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is a sign that Allah subhanaw taala is, he is the creator, and he is the wise. So he took an oath by his own holy soul, and every other thing in this universe, and it is infinite.

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It is infinite, my dear brothers and sisters, everything the universe seen and unseen. What where do you start counting? Do you start counting the number of human beings? Or do you start counting the number of grains of sand? The numbers of drops in the ocean? Or the numbers of stars in the sky? What do you start with? What do you count?

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The world of the seal in the world of the unseen all of it, Allah azza wa jal has taken an oath.

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And what you don't see is so many multiples of the same.

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We can, in general, divide the world of the unseen into three main categories.

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And maybe four?

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Let us see three.

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What you cannot see why can't you see it? Number one, it's too far away.

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Such as

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the stars which are 1000s, if not millions of light years away?

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Can you see them you cannot see them. They're too far.

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Or the galaxies are some of the comments on the planet

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Subhanallah cattle, millions and millions, or that what you cannot see, because it is too small.

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It's so small. You have microbes running on your skin, you cannot see them.

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You cannot see many things because they are way too small. We only began to see them about three centuries ago with the discovery of the microscope. Before that we could not see any of this. The world of the too small you cannot see it. It's too small. It's part of the world that you cannot see. And believe me it's an amazing world. It's a very complex world there.

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And what you cannot

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See, because it is.

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Such as

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Allah subhanaw taala, it's one of the accept that God willing, the believers will see him on the danger.

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What else, the world of the jinn, the world of angels, Allah subhanaw taala has hidden it from us, so we cannot see it. And that's another amazing world, if you just go from one world to another, do you now see the meaning of the same and Hamdulillah

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I mean, not Holomorphic, not one world, all of the world's, each one of the world's by the world of the jinn and the devils, the world of the angels, the world of the microbes, the world of the planets,

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and stars, their worlds and worlds Subhanak levels,

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and levels of Jannah. And so on many worlds, Allah subhanaw taala is Lord of the Worlds.

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A fourth category

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may be that which you cannot see.

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Because you'll never come around to seeing it, but physically you are capable of seeing it.

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Such as

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the millions of fish under the sea, you can see that you just have to die and go to those depths.

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But maybe we'll never do that. So for you, it is part of what you have seen

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the millions of different types of fish.

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I've heard some scholars say that there are a million species of fish in those oceans, a million species, Allah who

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we've never seen it for us, it's part of the world. We have not seen it. What physically you can see it the three categories I gave you our categories, which most probably you will never ever see.

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Because you cannot see unless it is the world of the microbes which you look under a microscope, but even then Subhanallah it's not like seeing it.

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physically in front of you. It's a different worldview. I give you an example of the fish in the oceans, of the different types of insects.

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Preachers in the depths of the jungles, what you will not see because you will not go there. But physically, you can see it, your eyes can see it. This is all part of the world of the unseen which Allah subhanaw taala is taking an oath why? Allah say Allah Allah Hola.

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Hola. It is something else brothers and sisters

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will be up soon. Too soon. Brothers and sisters,

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the stars.

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Let's talk about the stars. This world

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the unseen, which Allah azza wa jal is taking an oath by which was probably we will never ever see properly.

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How many stars are there in the heavens?

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Why are you asking us to count

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In 2003,

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an Australian team of astronomers attempted to answer this difficult question.

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And they published a report in 2003. That there are approximately 76 trillion science. Nobody knows what that word means. What is where are you bringing this words from? 6 trillion, it means

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21 zeros, if I'm not mistaken.

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21 zeros?

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Can you imagine that? So 70 and then put another 21 zeros next. That's how many stars they approximated.

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How on earth did they do that? How can they approximate because they were looking at the 1000s of galaxies, galaxies, which has so many stars 1000s of galaxies with millions of stars. And

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they said this is only what we can approximately see with some of the greatest telescopes humanity has to offer. So they're saying this 76 trillion stars are that which we can see with our telescopes. And the numbers we cannot see are probably multiples of that number. So

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it's beyond our brain

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It's beyond huddling. Follow sumo be marked up soon, where Allah Allah tops you feeble human being, thinking you've seen everything Wallah you haven't seen anything of this universe.

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These this many stars which we can see what the telescope multiples we cannot see and we will never ever see.

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Allah azza wa jal is not only seeing those stars, he is seeing the nuclear reactions that is going on inside those stars, seeing every atom and what it is doing, beyond you and me, Glory be to Allah subhanaw taala this is part of the world which is too far away for us to see.

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When you come to the world

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that which is too small,

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that which is too small so telecare of another world completely. You yourself, you,

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you complex human being are filled, you are a world

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of the too small.

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A world of the too small inside you.

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A world of microbes, a world of cells,

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just the microbes think about the microbes. Don't look at your whole body, just your hand.

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Just recently, approximately one week ago,

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scientists came up with a report that they have counted 150

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bacteria, species of bacteria in your head

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On my hand, when you look at your hands, what do you see, you see the palm you see your fingers, your nails your hairs, they're telling you that 150 species of bacteria on this hand, get it under a microscope. We almost want to start doing this no brothers and sisters, Allah azza wa jal has created us in the best way. And in a way that helps us to live and to live in a good way.

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Subhan Allah, just in the hand, much less to look at the whole body, you are made up of billions of cells, billions.

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Scientists until today, don't know the function

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of 1000s of cells.

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What's less to talk about the ones whose function they know you are made of billions of cells can receive ourselves. Can you see those atoms? Scientists in Europe now are attempting to smash two protons together.

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The world of the too small you are filled with millions and millions of protons and electrons can you see a proton and electron?

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and what you don't see is probably a much greater world than that. Then what you can really see really brothers and sisters it's staggering when you think about this oath and you think about all the see and we keep discovering more and more and more about that which we cannot see. And maybe we will discover new worlds

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of that. Which we cannot see. Glory be to Allah subhanho

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wa Taala to observe rune in hola Paulo Laura schooling carry. Oh Allah, you're taking this great oath, by yourself. And by everything we can see. And my everything we cannot see.

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What is the message you want to send us? He says, Hola, como Laura Su Ling Kareem in indeed.

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In other words, the Quran is the word of a Noble Messenger. Do you have a doubt why the brother or sister this Quran is the speech of a Noble Messenger.

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But Oh Allah, we are believers. We didn't need this excellent.

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To tell us that it is the words. We believe in it. Do you believe it like you shouldn't?

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Did you when you read this, these verses, and you contemplated over

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the magnificence of the oath. And when you read the answer to the oath, did it not raise your faith in the Quran? As much as we are believers, we need more. Our faith is weak. And faith

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is the one who said well that can be applied in that. He wanted to see he believes more than you and me that Allah azza wa jal can give life to the dead, but he wants to see if it's willing

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cases if anyone increased the fate of St.

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Then Will this not increase our faith in the Quran? US week of faith? Of course. We read this and it really elevates our faith in the Quran. In surah Sulan Karim, have no doubt when the chef comes and pokes you in your heart and says, What does this mean? What is the wisdom behind this ruling? Why does Allah azza wa jal say this, go back and read these verses? For that box it will be wrapped up soon. Too soon.

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Assuming Karim Allahu Akbar,

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it's the words of a Noble Messenger is not the word of some people human being. It is not the words invented by Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Then why does it say it is the speech of a Noble Messenger?

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If it is not the words of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he is saying clearly, it is the words or it is the speech of a Noble Messenger.

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And certainly

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isn't the speech of Allah or is it the speech of Prophet Muhammad Salah,

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the speech of Allah.

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Prophet Muhammad, through the speech of Prophet Muhammad salah, through the speech of Gibreel, Allah, His salah,

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who gave it to Prophet Muhammad Salah and this is why Subhan Allah in the Senate, the chain of narration

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that is given to a half of the Quran.

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He says that Saul Saul took the Quran, obviously, vocally from his chair, and he's from his previous shift and he shaved from the previous chair and it keeps going on in this chain. And then it goes to the sahaba. Right from

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man or whoever, from Prophet Mohammed Al Salam.

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From Allah.

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You are taking the Quran from your scholars from your, from the,

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from your brain from Allah, you have just connected this to Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah azza wa jal grant us so

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it is the speech of Allah azza wa jal

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to talk to us through Prophet Muhammad, Allah. So attributing it to Prophet in this just means, attributing it to him, in that he is the messenger he is the one who is transmitting the word of Allah subhanaw taala.

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There's another way you can argue it, because people may start thinking this or maybe someone who's new to Islam or maybe a non Muslim.

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He's saying he's a messenger. So if he's a messenger, obviously, he is relating a message from someone. Obviously, the speech of that someone who sent him

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his speech in the hula polo and carry it is the the message which the messenger is transmitting from the one who sent in the hula kolu, receiving carry. So it is the words of ALLAH SubhanA transmitted by Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. Who else better to transmit it? Then? The Prophet salallahu Salam, ala Rasulillah Karim, he didn't tell you it is any messenger. It is the greatest messenger that Allah subhanaw taala has sent to humanity. Rasool in Karim Allah His Salatu was Salam. According to the popular opinion of most of the scholars,

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this messenger is Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa.

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Why is it not Gibreel?

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In the other eye,

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is it Prophet Muhammad Gibreel.

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When he said that it is the word of a Noble Messenger similar similarly, but then he says the

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who is referred to

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Those ions in

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it's referring to the messenger de ICER, because after that

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it's a different reference the reference to Rosu there is to Jabril

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he said the relapsing that he is he has strength and that he is

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only with Allah subhanaw taala having strength given to him by Allah subhanaw taala

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As you breathe, and then he said, and your companion is not crazy. So now it's a different reference companion who's the companion because the speeches to the follow up.

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So they come their companion is

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a crazy man. So there is a reference to to be here it is a reference to Prophet Muhammad Al Salam, according to most of the scholars of the field.

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Why is it a reference to Prophet Muhammad Salah why it couldn't be a reference to the brain, but most probably to Prophet Muhammad? Why?

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Tell me why.

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No, that is that is later that's

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here why is it here? Prophet Muhammad

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they came and

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having responded is telling on his own fine.

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Subsequent is, he says

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that it is not the words of a poet and it is not the words of a soothsayer, who was

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convicted of being a poet or a soothsayer.

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Did anyone that was Jibreel of being a soothsayer, or the real of being a poet? No, it was directed to prophecy. So this is why this reference to the messenger is a reference to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in

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it is the words of the most noble and the best of humanity, that Allah subhanaw taala chose for you and me. send prayers upon your beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Aleppo. Laura swooning Kareem, who else better to give the best of speech than the best of humanity? save the lives of Massoud may Allah be pleased with him in the famous Hadith said, Allah azza wa jal surveyed the hearts of humanity.

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And he found that no heart was better than the heart of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa.

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So he chose him for the message.

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That Allah then serving the hearts of humanity, after having chosen masala and found the best hearts to be the heart of the noble companions, may Allah be pleased with them on so he chose them as was the years for Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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This is the saying of Satan.

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Luckily, Allah and indeed, he is the best of humanity with the best heart with the best of character with the best of manners, and he is the one who deserves the final testament of Allah subhanaw taala strove his whole life to transmit this message to us where Allah

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may Allah peace and blessings be upon him his noble family and righteous companions. May Allah bring us together with him in the highest of paradise in sha Allah, in hula come Laura Su Ling Karim.

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kalila to me moon and it is not the word of a poet. Little do you believe? Yes, brothers and sisters, they accused him of being a poet. They accused the purpose of being a poet. No, it was never known that

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practice or used to say poetry even in his young days. So where are you getting this from? It is just endless accusations and denials.

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Whether become Lika kalila Mata nor the word of a soothsayer, little V. Remember?

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They accused him of several things, of being a poet of being a soothsayer of being crazy agilone They accused him of all of those things. My dear brother, my dear sister, when was the last time you were accused of being opponent?

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When is the last time you were accused of being a fortune teller?

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or crazy?

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Have you ever been accused of that?

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Raise your hand if you've been accused of that. Tell me. Enlighten me.

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You have not.

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Then why do you shy away from

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why you shy away from the other guy?

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Until you get to the level of being accused of that.

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Then tell me I have done some.

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I have done an interview.

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Here's some of what,

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in the face of

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nowadays, we're not only afraid of being accused of being a poet or a soothsayer, no, no, not at all. We know people never get there. We're just accused of

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people say,

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what would they think of me? What would happen to my status at work?

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What would they say about me?

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I'm too sharp.

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I'm not proud enough of this deal, to invite others to it.

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What would they think of me?

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And my beard, and my logic, and my understanding, and

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Prophet Muhammad?

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They call them of soothsayer. Imagine your colleagues saying you're crazy. telling me about this.

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Maybe if you hear that you're stuck in your home life.

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I've heard it over and over and over. And believe me it Bless his heart much more than you and me.

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But that didn't stop him from his message. His heart bled.

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Allah subhanaw taala said to him in the Quran

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are you about to kill yourself, that they will not become believers. This is how much he was hurt by the fact that they didn't believe him.

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What have you aligned on further?

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It is not the words of a poet, the kuffaar the pagans of Makkah. They called him a poet, but it was sheer deny on wala because some of their

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biggest people

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in Quraysh, some of the biggest enemies the Prophet Muhammad salah, such as

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the father of say, Muhammad, probably Allah, Allah Allah,

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one of the biggest enemies of Islam

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these are some of the highest in status in price.

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They are the ones

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who admitted and confessed and maybe involuntarily, by the way,

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this cannot be

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cannot be the words of a soothsayer. In the Indeed, it was

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who came to Prophet Muhammad Salah and he was sent by his people, and he was telling him can we what can I do for you, so that you will leave us and that will leave insulting our idols. And you will leave this Quran this message. If you want women will give you women if you need doctors, because the jinn have possessed you will bring you doctors if you want to have money and blood king over us will make you a king.

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And profit

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is patiently listening. Wallah here if it was one of you or me, and we were messengers, we will stop them and say sup.

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I don't want any of this popup on this patient.

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And then when he's done, it doesn't interrupt him like you and me. He says, are you done?

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Maybe he would have said no, he would have said continue.

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Are you finished? is

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finished, then perfect.

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Harmony and he started reciting the verses of surah.

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And I will read listened and listened and listened. And then he said Please stop.

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And he went back to his people. And he said what Mahi This is not poetry. This is not poetry. This is not the words of a soothsayer. And he denied all of it.

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And possibly the same happened to and will lead him in. And he said to his people, by Allah, we if anyone knows poetry, it is us. We know poetry. We know the rhyme of poetry. We know the rhythm of poetry. We know the ways of poetry. This is not poetry. We know the words of soothsayers. We know they're they're battling the babbling that they do you know the soothsayer isn't a fortune teller. The Bible it's part of what they do. We know that this Quran is not.

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It is beyond that. These people could not confess what the who have accomplished. What are the public.

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He says what the hobbit publisher

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told me

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little do you believe

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one of the communica allele?

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differentiated between the two. In one he said little, do you believe in the second you said Little do you remember? Why?

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If you cannot give me the answer as it is, I think it may be difficult

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try to come close to the answer, what is the difference between little do you believe and little Do you remember

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get closer, which is

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more difficult or let me say, which is stronger belief or remembrance

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remembrance is a little bit less in level of belief, right?

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Many scholars gave this answer

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from what I can see, all of them give the same answer. But the first one, Allahu Taala Allah Who gave this answer is a scholar, and hopefully will Scarfie

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approximately the fifth century history. I believe Allah Allah from what I've seen, he is the first to give this answer. He said, in order to differentiate and so that we can remember

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poetry, the fact that the Quran can be poetry

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is much further

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and harder to believe, than the Quran being the words of a soothsayer.

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The Quran being poetry is harder to believe it it means the Quran is further away from being poetry,

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than from being the words of a soothsayer.

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It's further away, it's completely different than poetry.

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So anyone who is going to save his poetry can only save if he is a transgressor if he is a disbeliever, if he doesn't have belief, so Allah has chosen to use the word which is stronger than

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those who are going to go as far as saying, as far as comparing the Quran to poetry. The only thing that can be said about them is they are not believers.

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It's far away from

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completely different

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but the word of a soothsayer.

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Maybe not everyone can differentiate it.

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And therefore, he said, a legal matter that

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little Do you remember? If you were to remember and ponder and deliberate you would come to the result? That this Quran cannot be the words of a soothsayer. So he said, A Leyland Mac.

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So, it is further away from poetry because some of the words that the soothsayer say it may be difficult to differentiate here and there but poetry is clearly not poetry is completely different than poetry. Mama, whoever we call this

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Kalyan Mata that come

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to me, says something interesting. He says, how can the Quran be the words of a poet? Sorry of a soothsayer. When the Quran itself is insulting, back and forth vishay

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the soothsayers and fortune tellers used to know something about the future.

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How you're saying it is the word of

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what you use, how can it be more insulting,

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even assistants, that the fortune teller is yours to know the future?

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I say similarly, for the poetry.

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What does Allah says and Sandra was sure

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you're telling me the Quran is the word of a poet. And this point is saying was

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that the poets the ones who are misguided are the ones who follow the poets.

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How can it be the words of a poem

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What's What's

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the message dragon follow the poet's

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clear. So how can it be any of this? It is neither poetry. And it is neither the words of a fortune teller. It is

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a revelation from the Lord of the Worlds.

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a revelation from Lord of the Worlds, Lord of the worlds which just a few verses back, he took it off by 10 Zealand.

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I mean,

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I know

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that every Christian and every Jew, and every follower of a religion other than Islam, would love to have an oath like this.

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exonerating the book of any shortcoming

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and clearly confirming that it is a revelation from Allah, you will not find it.

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But Allah subhanaw taala has honored the Quran with this 10 Zero mirror behind me. It is a revelation from Allah subhanaw taala, Lord of the worlds from Who else, who else can you get? These words these miracles from cannot come from anyone other than Allah subhanaw taala? Can these words which have the earth spread the earth with light? Can it come from other than Allah subhanaw taala can these words which are full of miracles, linguistic miracles, and scientific miracles, and miracles of future and past and present tidings cannot come from other than Allah subhanaw taala nor by Allah, it is something a revelation that has come down from Allah, Lord of the Worlds

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and if he, Mohamed Salah Salam had made up about us, some false sayings,

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I mean, who believe me, so I

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mean, who knows 13 We would have seized him by the right hand, then we would have cut from him. The aorta

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Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Allah,

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Allah subhanaw taala Hannah, just

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praised the Prophet Muhammad wa salam, and call them rasuna and carry a Noble Messenger. Of course he is the novel. He is the novel messenger sent by Allah subhanaw taala, the most noble

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is there any possibility that Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem would make up about Allah false sayings that Allah

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but it shows you the power of Allah, that shows you the strength of Allah. It shows you the strength of this Quran, it is a very strong argument to give to any non Muslim who claims Muhammad wrote.

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You tell you tell him what Muhammad wa sallam say about himself. And if he had made a mistake, what are you saying?

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Brothers and sisters, these verses

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that give this possibility

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to the noble messengers, they do not in any way lower the status of the messengers known by Allah.

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But it lifts your perception of the strength and magnificence of Allah.

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Allah subhanaw taala speaks to whomever he wills in whatever way he wills, maybe

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in the heart of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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If it was up to him, he would not like this.

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This is the word of Allah. It's not up to Prophet Muhammad Philos.

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As much as we love and revere Prophet Muhammad Salah Salah in the other, I said, what took 15 of Seeker, Mala movie de

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about the marrying of sadism. Right? The the, the wife of Satan has even had it.

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In his heart of hearts also knew that Allah azza wa jal was going to marry him to save

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the divorce See, so even available, but Prophet Muhammad said that we'll see. What will the people say? So you didn't highlight that as like my son. I'm going to marry the divorcee of my

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suppose a son

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It was difficult for him in the beginning.

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But Allah subhanaw taala does what he will.

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Allah subhanaw taala speaks to whomever he was in whatever way he was when he says to Satan I know honey Salaam.

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Notice any Maliki Celica behaving in

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a cool nominal Jackie Lynn Allahu Akbar,

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to say hidden and wash, he says to him, Do not ask me when he when asked about his son, or Allah keep my son alive for me. He said,

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that, don't ask me about that which you have no knowledge about. I am advising you that you will not be ignorant, Allah

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is speaking on this season. What about you and me?

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Allah subhanaw taala is the omnipotent is the magnificent, this does not lower the status of the messengers. But this lifts your perception of the magnificence of Allah subhanaw taala. Similarly, here, when we talk about

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Prophet Muhammad wa salam will never do this.

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And part of it is also there's another wisdom behind this is that the words are to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam or rather to the people around him, because the speech is not playing.

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It's speaking about him in the third person, and if he were to make up about his call sing, so he's speaking now to the

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to the pagans, the shakes the heart of a pagan

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he sings to them.

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Don't you dare say this Quran is from other than Allah, because if it was from Allah subhanaw taala.

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He's telling the pagan if he

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were to say something about us, which is false,

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that we will take him

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with the right hand, Allahu Akbar.

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What does this do to the heart of the pagans?

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He says to himself, this is what he's saying about His Beloved Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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What about

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what about the figures? That I am saying about his poetry and

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it is the words of a soothsayer, and

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it must be from Allah subhanho wa taala. Prophet Muhammad Salah will not say this, when

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we, the husband, who believes it also is a threat to those failures. Don't dare say something about Allah subhanho wa taala. If he's saying this

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to you, disbelievers. You pagans.

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You are creating and inventing things about Allah subhanaw taala. God forbid.

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And notice, he said, Well,

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he didn't say if he came with another.

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He said, Just if he were to come up with some false sayings

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from Japan, I mean, hold within. It is something very great Prophet Muhammad would never dare do anything like this. He is the most pious is the chosen of Allah subhanahu wa taala. And this is why you think Prophet Moussa Selim would say, half a letter, Allah azza wa jal didn't give to him.

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You know, the authentic hadith

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where Selena Abdullah,

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Ravi Allahu Allahu Allah, used to write everything, Prophet Muhammad wa sallam would enunciate. And then the Quraysh said to him, you are writing everything this man says that he is a human being, who is pleased at times and is angry at other times, and no one sees a human being like everyone else. And then he stopped writing, say, Stop writing. And he went to Prophet Muhammad Salah and he told them this is the case this is the situation. Then Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pointed to his blessings, love. And he said to him, right or

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by the one, in whose hand is my soul.

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Nothing comes out of this mouth except truth.

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Allahu Akbar, Allah Allah Sunday.

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Nothing comes out of the blessed mouth of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam accept truth, right? And keep writing and record and don't forget, anything Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam said, it is all live from Allah azza wa jal in our in our new house. It is all something

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From Allah subhanho wa Taala as the Quran is the word of Allah subhanaw taala the Hadith of the authentic hadith are the words or the words that Prophet Muhammad

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is saying, but it is inspired from Allah subhanho wa Taala so have no doubt, my dear brother, sister, have no doubt in that hadith you read and you're not sure about the wisdom, leave it to Allah and ask Allah to give you the wisdom to understand the Hadith it is all from ALLAH SubhanA whatever

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Well, I will talk with Allah in Ababa aka when and he will never ever do. So,

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I mean, who will you mean some Allah kappa will within

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we would have seized him by the right hand

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the general meaning of this idea is we would have punished him a great punishment

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has been would

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have been cathedra losses the reference to the right hand here could mean strength

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that the seizing of Allah subhanaw taala is so very strong, because he mentioned the right hand and usually the right hand is a reference to that type of strength and control and most people as far as my little knowledge

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right handed okay. So, it is a reference to seizing him with strength

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many scholars and it is a saying of Fibonacci

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and others and other of the self also

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here right means the strength and ability of Allah subhanaw taala that he would have saved him with strength. But here he Amin means okay.

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And it means a strong seizure or seizure with strength and great ability. So it is in general, a seizure from Allah subhanaw taala and a great punishment from medica. And I mean who will watin then we would have cut from him the aorta.

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Very strong words

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about the Beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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shows you

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seriousness and the gravity of the sin of speaking in the name of Allah with something he did not say when

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I asked Allah firstly, for all of you, I seek refuge in Allah that I be of those to say about Allah, something he has not said. Or to say something about the Quran, which he did not mean.

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It's very serious.

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Well, of course,

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will be returning and this is Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So it doesn't matter who you are. You're your scholar. You are sacred Islam. You are Mufti of the nation.

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If you say something about Allah, Allah,

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who believe me, Psalm

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18, you would have cut from him the aorta.

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Really, such strong words to show the punishment for the one who speaks about Allah subhanho wa Taala

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through Monica, Anna menholt watin Why did he use this he could have said anything else? Allah Subhana Allah said in the other eye in

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his seizure is very painful and serious.

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And harsh.

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He could have used any other words he said

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He could have said that, why is he referencing the

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the source of like, what is the aorta

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it is the main artery

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which is connected to the heart, the main artery connected to the heart, which supplies the blood from the heart to the rest of the human being.

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Yes, it is like the source of life

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in terms of the world's have the means, right.

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It is the source of life

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after Allah subhanaw taala it supplies blood to everything

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He says from Menaka.

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Allah subhanaw taala would have cut the aorta from him.

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Did the Arabs know that the aorta was the source of life? This is Yes.

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This is yes, this is part of the scientific miracles of the Quran. Who told Prophet Muhammad? aorta is the source of life, that if it is to be cut,

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it is an immediate killing

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more than that, my dear brother and my dear sister, don't you know how your beloved Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam died?

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We claim to love him. Not you know how he died?

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Don't you know that the aorta?

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You don't know this, do you? We claim we love him. We don't know this. We haven't read about him. We haven't read about his life.

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Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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when he was ailing and sick, and the end of his life.

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And he was he knew that his time was near.

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He told says Allah Allah, He said to her Wallahi

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I still find pain from the poison that I was given by the Jewish one.

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thing I've been to Haiti.

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And this is the time for my aorta to become

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The aorta of Prophet Muhammad Salah he's referencing his aorta.

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When did you know my beloved Prophet Muhammad wa salam? How do you know what is the aorta?

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How do you know what is?

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He said?

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Is an watin Is this aortic artery? He's seeing this is the time for my aorta to be cut.

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He's not referencing this, don't worry.

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But he's telling us about the reality. When did you know about the aorta or prophet?

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More than that? When did you know SallAllahu wasallam? When did you know that this is the time? How did you know that your aorta

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will be cut?

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More than that? How did you know?

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The cutting of the aorta?

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is connected to the poison took Allahumma Salli wa Sallim wa Barik al Khadim?

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How do you know that this poison is a reason for the cutting of the aorta? What's the relation between the poison and the aorta? We are on discovering

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these issues. And he is referencing.

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Saw a lot of you?

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Yes, brothers and sisters, this is what caused one of the researchers

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I believe it was 2004 or five in one of the conferences on that

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he submitted a paper about this heavy we don't even know it. It's authentic. You'll find it in every other place. Stop thinking of it as authentic. I'm not gonna mention it to you. It's not authentic. He said

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the cutting of the aorta.

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This researcher submitted a paper

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hypothesizing what is the poison the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam was given in the arm of that animal that he was given?

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Yes, he theorized it could be one of two poisons. Let's

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write it down we're gonna forget it.

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Lead or arsenic,

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one of the two lead or arsenic

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what chemicals and mechanical table lead or arsenic? Listen.

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Of course the question is, how on earth do you come to know this? Prophet Muhammad Allah to level other elements of the Allah Allah says the authentic hadith.

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You said

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that I had seen the signs, the indication of that poison in the lab.

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lahat Allahu Allah, is that hanging piece of meat in your throat?

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Any doctors here? Any doctors know?

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Is that the is it the tonsil or the glottis?

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Might it be the epiglottis possibly, we'll look into it the

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hanging piece of meat in the back of your throat. He said I could see the sign of the poison in that piece of meat in his throat.

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He used that evidence.

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The some of the

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symptoms of the sickness and disease before is that listen, this is the Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology. In 1983, he says, The accumulation of arsenic compounds was studied in human tissues, the highest mean total arsenic concentration occurred in the aorta Allah

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in the Journal of Nutrition, in 1968, they say large amounts of arsenic accumulated in tissues, especially red cells, and aorta.

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The toxicology website mentions that during exposure to lead, the concentration is relatively high in soft tissues, especially the aorta Subhanak era. How did you know Prophet Muhammad also know

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that the poison that you were given is a reason

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for your aorta,

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to become cut SubhanAllah.

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And indeed,

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poisoning with these two compounds, leads to some of the symptoms that Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam experienced, such as massive headache and no one had headaches like Prophet Muhammad. Don't think you have experienced habits, unless you are experiencing the headache of Prophet Muhammad SAW Selim, you will not experience Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam entered upon

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and she said this shows the the humanity of Prophet Muhammad wa sallam, he is not an angel. He walks in and

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oh my head, Oh, my aching head

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and Profit Loss.

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it is me who should say Oh, my aching head

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is a human being like you and me.

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In fact, some of the Sahaba they used to come and they used to touch the forehead of the pockets of Solomon his time of disease, and they would find his so hot and warm. It was too hot for their hand. And then they would discover

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Prophet Mohammed, Mohammed,

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you are really affected by disease. And he used to say yes, I am affected by disease like none of you. He used to get a real headache. He would tie it up with some cloth and pull it. It was so painful for him he would go out with that cloth bite on his head

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and he would get very hot. So this headache, this fever and all of its symptoms of poison with the lead or arsenic

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possible, possibly the poison that Prophet Muhammad Salah was poisoned and it is related with the cutting of the aorta and Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is talking about the cutting of the aorta and relating it to the poison the flood and art and arsenic. Some Allah Allah who earlier said love and Glory be to the one who has given him this knowledge and shown him this knowledge. This is what happened to him when he died.

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And is that why Allah azza wa jal referenced and watin Quran? Allah Allah Allah, maybe from Malacca?

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Why is he referencing the aorta? Allah Ha, maybe this is what maybe this is a wisdom behind to look into the issue of the cutting of the aorta.

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But then you say, but the cutting of the aorta and this is mentioned as a punishment if you were to say something

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that Allah azza wa jal didn't see.

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What would you say to that?

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I'm not going to the world of the unclean. Someone already said that.

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Some misguided Christian on the left.

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He's waiting for your answer.

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You're telling me Prophet Muhammad

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Salah was truthful and he is the one who bought the Quran. Look, Allah azza wa jal cut his aorta and the end, he referenced the Hadith. And he referenced that, which we don't know about. He knows about that middle, he referenced.

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And he said, Look, and he shows you medically and in different dictionaries and umbrellas.

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therefore Allah doesn't cut his word, because he is lying about

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what would you answer?

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Shall I leave it to the next week?

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answer's no.

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I am giving the answer.

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last panel

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is talking about Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if he were to say something about Allah, he didn't say porcine

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Googly Amin.

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Allah would have seized it

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sees them how immediately?

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Why is he referencing the aorta?

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Is it just for play? No, it is to show the

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speed, the seizure?

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The immediate pneus of the seizure,

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the strength capture?

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Did the Prophet Muhammad die from the poison immediately?

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No, he lived three years after the poison.

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Three years

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say Well, so what?

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So what the poison was supposed to kill him immediately.

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How do you know?

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His name is Bishop didn't.

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He also took the poison and he died.

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And Allah Allah, the reason Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ordered that Jewish women to be killed is not for his own self, he never took revenge for his own self.

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It was as like the blood punishment, because she also killed Bishop.

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So he handed over this huge lady, to the family of vicious whatever.

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And they had her killed.

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Because he died from a poison. He was not the only one who died, who ate from it, he ate from it. But he did something very small, belong to Allah, Allah scholars different about it. It's possible that he ate something very, very small. And then the arm spoke to him. And this is part of the miracle, and told him that it is poisoned.

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So he stopped eating, and he ordered his companies to stop eating, but by that time, we should have eaten and he died from it.

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The hospital did not die. So that's a miracle. So where it is coming from

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his aorta should have been cut immediately. Like

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it didn't happen. And he lived three years after the poison

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and then he died. And then he is talking about the aorta being cut later on. What kind of Caesar is this?

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It is showing the immediateness of the punishment and immediate cutting of aorta and immediate seizure of the life of

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a viewer to invent anything about Allah azza wa jal, it is so far from all of this. So what are you talking about? Right?

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The wisdom behind these things is the immediate list and the strength of seizure and none of this is there. And Allah azza wa jal Prophet Muhammad Allah and he was most pleased with him and Allah azza wa jal

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chose Allah He was given the option. And he chose Allah azza wa jal. I'll give you another argument.

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What did Ali Salam say, upon the cross, according to Christians?

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What does that mean?

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My Lord, why have You forsaken?

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According to the Christians, we don't believe in the crucifixion, of course, but according to them,

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Peace be upon him.

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He's complaining to Allah. Oh Allah, why have you forsaken me? Why have you given me to them? So they can kill me?

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Wouldn't Prophet Maha

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without the same if it was ALLAH seizing him by cutting his aorta, wouldn't he have said something along those lines? It's so far away from, but he's misguided.

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And I'm sure many people

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would like to say, the same as he said.

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Think we have gone over the time we were supposed to finish the whole surah?

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May Allah subhanaw taala forgive us and give us an understanding of the Quran

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and increase our love and faith of the Quran and Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Baraka

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100 In

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any questions or comments

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questions or comments

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some scholars, but a minority

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considered political dilemma Shaheed

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part of the reason he died, may have been the poison.

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But it was definitely not the main reason.

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like I said, more popular opinion of Scholars is not that

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because he didn't die, the poison

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was an immediate reason for his death.

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He died

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a natural death he got sick,

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he got old,

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it wasn't necessarily the poison if it wasn't the poison

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to would have taken him with mission.

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But it wasn't the case. And he says

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profitable has

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helped with some pain,

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some of the effect of that poison this is what he meant when he told that I still find the effect of the poison in me that I ate

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he feels some of the pain of it. That is not the main reason it could have been part of the reason what it is not the main reason. So it is not to be looked at in that way.

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It's not the

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disease of the old age, he got his fever and so on. But it wasn't the main reason Otherwise, he would have died way before Salalah.

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is the time for my aorta to be cut

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Allah Allah Allah

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without what I hold you

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with say

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it is true.

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He's saying his aorta will be cut

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with the science that I gave you, it is clear that

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possibly the effects of the poison has an effect on the cutting of the aim that it is time for the aorta to be cut the order will be cut or that it is the poison contributed to part of the cutting of the aorta Allah Allah is telling us as a matter of fact and as a matter of science, this is part of the way that he died from Allah

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just something is informing us about

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in the in the end of his

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some of our honeymooners.

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Yes, anything anything else? Yes. Oh

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Subhanallah Hello, hello.

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