Tafsir Juz 29 #25 – Al-Muzzammil 2

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Well if one of them was asleep me on so you know email me know have you been

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the law?

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He also haven't. We are in woman that we are on the sun in a humid Dean

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Subhanallah and Milena

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in the lolly mill Hakeem what Disrupt is

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that a man listen, you will probably handle a lot I mean, appraisers due to Allah Almighty

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praise to do to him. I praise him as he deserves to be praised. I send prayers and blessings upon the final messenger and the mercy to humanity. 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.

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Glory be to You Oh Allah, no knowledge have we accept that which you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the all wise. We ask Allah subhanaw taala as he has brought us here together today in this house of his to bring us together in the highest of paradise with our beloved Prophet Muhammad from Allah, Allah you Ernie he was salam. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to make our deeds sincere, and to open our hearts and our brains to the Noble Quran to make it in sha Allah and argument for us. And intercessor for us on the Day of Judgment in sha Allah,

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dear brothers and sisters, sinner,

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I love you for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala and I asked Allah azza wa jal to bring us together,

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in the highest of paradise on throngs of life.

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Where Allah subhanaw taala gathers those who love each other for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala

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we started with Surah Zimmerman, and we didn't finish as much as I'd hoped we would finish

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we got to the thing of Allah subhanaw taala I believe it was first

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right yeah, I'm gonna go back one and just add a little bit more even to the verse before so Allah Most High says

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him in a shape on Jean Bismillah

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indeed, we will cast upon your heavy work. Indeed, the hours of the night are more effective for concurrence of the heartland Tang and more suitable for words, we'll explain this in sha Allah. But quickly, I'll go back to the one before

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where we spoke about one

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of the things we said we we spoke about how the scholars use that verse, in order to show that pledge read from a practical point of view is wajib on every Muslim and every Muslim, right.

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And that means that every Muslim is required, not necessarily to learn from a theoretical point of view, the science of that wheat, but to learn to do it from a practical standpoint, and that is to recite the Quran as it was revealed to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam no one has an excuse not to do so. So if you hear anyone reciting the Quran a few inshallah learn to recite it properly and you hear someone not reciting and properly even if they were an error, it's not excusable.

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Every Muslim must learn to recite the Quran, the way that Prophet Muhammad from Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam recited,

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you don't have to be a scholar of the dweet. To recite the Quran, the way it was recited is just to learn the recitation with a chef or an imam. Okay, who has insha Allah and ijazah, right, who has this unbroken chain to all the way back to Prophet Muhammad Salam of how to recite the Noble Quran. This is something inshallah that everyone should strive for, and especially Yanni, our dear brothers and sisters who may not be adding speakers, it may be more difficult for you. So in sha Allah, it may require extra striving, mind you, just so that you know, don't feel left out.

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Wherever you go.

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People are reciting the Quran, not the way it shouldn't be recited, full of mistakes, and there are Arabs

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and some of them are imams in the misogyny. So don't feel left out. It is part of the times that we are in. It is part of the the the reality of the saying of Prophet Muhammad wa salam

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in the Quran, which is your update in the COVID. Khurana Mandurah

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Oh my Lord, My people have taken this Purana something neglected and abandoned and this is precisely the case. So don't feel left out. And it's never too late Inshallah, to learn the proper proper and beautiful recitation of the Quran.

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This scholars of

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Quranic recitation split

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into three or four different types, okay. And one of them is 13, which is mentioned in the word till is Khurana 13. Okay 13.

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In both of the opinions, whether it is three or four is one of the slower types of recitation, it's a recitation with a very slow tempo, alright. And the the, obviously the wisdom behind that and as the scholars of Quranic recitation has mentioned, the reason for that is that it is better for deliberation over the Quran, it is better for learning and understanding the Quran. It is better for deriving wisdoms and lessons from the Quran. This slow recitation which is 13th which Allah subhanaw taala is commanding puppet and therefore the whole with Taylor Taylor. Okay.

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The four types

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the slowest one is

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is the slowest one and it is usually used for learning the recitation of the Quran, okay, it's not necessarily a recitation to read when, on a normal basis, it is for learning the Quran and learning the proper recitation and the proper Maha bridge right?

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reciting the Quran properly, and pronouncing the letters of the Quran properly. The next one is 13. All right, the next slowest, alright, and the scholarship, this is good for deliberation and understanding the Quran and so on. The next one is hardware.

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And the last one is huddle. Huddle is the fastest, and that really is between 13 and a half. Now, here's a

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is, is it possible that maybe the last two that we had which are the fastest

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recitation of the Quran that when you recite a little bit quickly, it's okay to leave some of the

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times when is that permissible or not?

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Is it okay to sacrifice some of the

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especially in the last two forms of recitation since they are a little bit faster?

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It's not unanimous, but this is what the more correct opinion and this is the evidence that they use for

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what's your answer?

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Is it allowed or not?

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Some of the fastest not allowed. Anyone say it is allowed

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to sacrifice some of the rulings of Tajweed and Quranic recitation and the faster types of recitation

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regardless of what you

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know, but if you are saying your concern is whether it is wiser for the whole Ummah, but take a person who knows that that tweet already and recited that way, is he allowed when he recites quicker to sacrifice some of those outcomes?

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No, no, it does not define because he is different for because he already recites that way.

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What I'm saying about the rejuva, but the obligation is whether it is obligatory to learn that that read you see what I'm saying?

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Either way, I don't want to wait we have a lot to cover and yes or no.

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It's a no, correct this is the correct answer. Though these are different presentations with different tempos.

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None of them sacrificed the camels to do it. It may be a little bit faster, but he

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pronouncing the verses as they are supposed to be. And that's why some people because some people nowadays think oh, you know if someone says well, this doesn't resize with surgeries or he doesn't he's not the same thing with proper surgery. But he's reading with Heather

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or something along those lines no

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there's no excuse to sacrifice the outcome of that when we must recited the way the Prophet Muhammad wa sallam has recited it and everyone and the whole Ummah followed him.

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I mentioned them

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demonstrate maybe after inshallah

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this so important to recite with 13 And especially we said, in the middle of the night, because this is helpful for deliberation of the Quran, and for understanding the Quran and for loving the Quran. And this is why there's a beautiful thing of the love and Massoud may Allah be pleased with him. And this is related by an imam is Bahai in his the seeds that have been mis sent.

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Do not scatter the recitation of the Quran, like the scattering of sand. The way that you scatter sand don't scatter the Quranic recitation in the same way, in the popular narration of the same of his descent don't scatter it, like the inferior based on trees, the inferior dates being the the, the ones that are maybe a little bit old or withered away, they will just fall off the tree, okay? Very easily with the slightest wind. Don't scatter your Quranic recitation, like those dates in this narration, like the scattering of set and do not rush through it. Like the hasty recitation of poetry. So don't read it in haste, as if it is poetry. Stop at its amazing part.

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When you find something amazing and deliberate over it, maybe Allah subhanaw taala is opening your heart to some meaning that you have not heard or learned before or read about stuff, but it's amazing parts and make your heart with it. None of you should let his concern be to reach the end of the chapter Subhanallah as if he's talking to us, right? We're resizing and we're typing, and we're just waiting to finish. We're resizing so to get off on Friday, and we recited in five minutes, and I just can't wait to finish it. Because I have something more important to do. No, don't make your goal or your objective. The end of the chapter. Okay. It's very important and this is why at the

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moment, Noah we

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mentioned the saying, of Ibrahim Al Hawa, who mentioned

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that the medicine for sick

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and feeble hearts are five things. Number one, reading the Quran with deliberation, you're feeling some

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that your heart is hardest rock, it is solid, it is not soft. You can never tear when you recite the Quran, you feel you're far away from the Quran. You want to soften your heart, recite the Quran with deliberation. If we recite the Quran so quickly without any deliberation.

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It might not do anything for you. And if I asked you, What did you just benefit from this recitation? What did you learn? What did you did you think? You know, is there anything that you you felt you benefited? Did you feel that your heart got softer? Or it's just you tired your tongue with the recitation of the Quran, you want to soften that heart, with the Quran with deliberation, feeling that these are the words of Allah subhanaw taala feeling that Allah the King, the old lady is talking to you. When you are reciting the Quran to your brother, your sister, it is like Allah subhanaw taala is speaking.

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This is number one. Number two, we had mentioned is also before and that is emptiness of the stomach. This will soften your heart. But when your stomach is so full, and you are in pain, and you're having trouble breathing, definitely it will harden your heart, and it will make Quranic recitation also more difficult.

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Number three,

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with a heart softener, completely abandoned and then someone asked Subhanallah How come our hearts are so hard? They're not soft nowadays.

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And all of these one after another.

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The fourth one, beseeching Allah subhanaw taala and begging him and imploring Him in the time of the end of the night. Okay, the last third of the night.

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imploring and begging for Allah's mercy at the end of the night.

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Number five, companionship of the pious

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Insha Allah, you are the pious, get to know one another, spend time with one on another, look for the pious and spend time with them. And ask them to to scholars visit them, ask them questions, they will seek companionship with them, as opposed to seeking the companionship of every other person who just waste their time with idle talk to the extensive Hala.

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One of the cells

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that entered the masjid

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and he was seeking maybe to soften his heart to remember.

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And he found Subhanallah from people. And they were talking about certain issues of the dunya. It was very harmless, probably nothing compared to the time that we spent talking about the dunya. And he sat down with them for a little bit. And when he found that there are people of dunya he got up and he started to live and they said, Well, you just came. He said,

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coming to you was like coming and seeking refuge in a house without a ceiling from rain. I came to you because I was hoping that maybe it would soften my heart you're sitting in the masjid. So I figured you're talking about something, you know the Quran or the Sunnah of knowledge of faith. And I find you you are speaking about the dunya and I have run away from people who are speaking of the dunya seeking refuge in you

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spending time with the pious.

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This is the saying of Ibrahim house. And this is narrated by Imam nawawi in his famous and beautiful book, beyond that

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it's a famous book that everyone knows or should know about it to be honest.

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Then the saying of Allah subhanaw taala that we will cast upon you a heavy word we spoke about that Allah insha Allah also.

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And the thing that I want to remind you about the Noble Quran and the heaviness of the Noble Quran is part of its heaviness. We mentioned obviously, heaviness in implementation, heaviness in its limits, and its

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obligations and instructions and so on heaviness, physically, when it was revealed to Prophet Muhammad wa salam, we spoke about all of this last time, and we gave examples, and heaviness also, in the sense that it covers everything in this life. This Quran, my dear brothers and sisters, this Quran that we have abandoned and neglected, it covers every aspect of this life, Allah subhanaw taala painted that way for that purpose. There is nothing that is not mentioned in the Quran, either generally, or specifically, one of the two. Indeed, it is a heavy word. Basically, it's like telling you this, if you want to compare it, take all of the books from the time of

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antiquity from the very beginning, take Michelle's books, take me the libraries of Baghdad, and the libraries of luxury, and of Egypt and Saudi Arabia and everywhere, take them all and combine them together.

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The Quran is equal and greater than all of all of those books. And then you will understand the heaviness of the Quran. It is a heavy word, because it covers all and it is all that is required. And Allah subhanaw taala revealed it that way. And for that purpose, as a guidance to all of humanity as the last revelation

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to the Day of Judgment, if one were to say,

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the knowledge of Allah subhanaw taala is infinite is not

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is not the knowledge of Allah infinity? are not the words of Allah subhanaw taala infinite?

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are the words of ALLAH and Senate are not?

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Can you give me an idea to support your claim?

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Exactly. If all the oceans were

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for a pen that were to write the words of Allah subhanaw taala, the words of Allah would never cease, even if you were to come with multiple themes as for that the words of Allah never stop, they will never finish.

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Out of all of those words, Allah chose

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for you the

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Allahu Akbar, he chose for you out of the infinite wisdom of him,

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to stay with you until the day of judgment. Indeed, Allah is is a heavy word in it is everything, stories of the past and history of the past nations and the messengers peace be upon them all the examples and

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wisdom and lessons for our current times,

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stories of the future, speaking about

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heaven and the hellfire, what will happen on that day what will happen after instructions and obligations for the guidance for the

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for all kinds it is a book for opines it's miracles renew itself scientific miracles in the Quran, things that only ever been discovered, mentioned 1400 years ago, indeed Allah it is a heavy word, my dear brothers and sisters and Allah subhanaw taala

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why would that matter what

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And We have sent down to you

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as a clarification for everything, it is all in the Noble Quran

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indeed it is a heavy word. If only we understand and we give it the priority. Then Allah subhanaw taala

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tells us about

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mercy as

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Allah was Ty says

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a movie indeed the hours of the night are more effective for concurrence of hearts and tongues and more suitable for words.

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To leave what is natural, this is the first thing we want to try to understand many of the pious generations okay such as they've been a mess and Mujahidin others they said that Nash

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refers to the whole night anytime you get up to pray pm at night it is considered lash.

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Okay, this is the same of many and obviously many of the scholars after them however it

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relates on the authority of

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the Alliance

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remember that it is specifically pm only after sleeping

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that night Yes, and Elaine is specifically the pm

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sleeping so if you were if you didn't sleep then it would not apply as much yesterday this is the thing of ice and lemon and the man who died and I've been paying me I mentioned that this is also the thing of an email

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getting up to pray pm after sleeping that this obviously this is more difficult, right? This is more difficult and harder to implement

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for one to get up at 4pm After sleeping Otherwise Allah

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if you do press after it is still considered pm Allahu Allah. Okay, many people have that question. Is it clear? If I pray pm after Isha or do I have to sleep? It's maybe Allah Allah, it's maybe more rewardable because it is more difficult if you sleep and then you get up in the middle of the night and it's maybe

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okay according to the other opinion that she applies to okay.

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But definitely, if you do pray after saliva, it is considered pm and you will be rewarded for it as such insha Allah minute obviously the the later parts of the night are the best. Right? The pm in the later parts is the best part why?

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Write Allah subhanaw taala as in the authentic hadith, Allah subhanaw taala descends in a manner suitable to Him and His Majesty, in the last third of the night. He descends to the lowest heaven. So he is closest to us. He says Is there anyone out

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Who is seeking my forgiveness so that I may or may forgive him? Is there anyone asking so that I may give him? This is a very special part of the night my dear brothers and sisters, and we are endless of it. And we are deep in slumbered. And Allah subhanaw taala is asking, is there anyone out seeking forgiveness so that I may forgive him? And you and I are saying, No, Oh Allah, I'm too busy sleeping. I have something more important to do. I'm snoring loudly. I'm sleeping.

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No, get up in the middle of the night and Pray this is the best time.

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A beautiful time. It is even worse and even more saddening. If someone is already up, but they're not praying. And they're not mentioning Allah. They're speaking I believe about the world cup. Or they are playing Playstation or Wii or whatever else they play nowadays, or they're playing cards. or god forbid, they are busy dancing, listening to music.

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Allah Hey, I had a neighbor. Allah subhanaw taala tested me with a neighbor and hamdulillah he's gone now.

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And then last bit of the life, they are busy with music loves music. So heedless Subhanallah apart from the fact let's claim that they're not doing anything haram. Let's claim that they are alone. And there is nothing else.

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It's enough that they are sitting in the last third of the night. And they are listening to music loudly, heedless of Allah subhanaw taala and the great blessings and bounty of Allah subhanho wa taala.

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For 200, Allah Allah is definitely pm that comes after sleeping.

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And the last panelist, Allah commanded Prophet Muhammad salallahu salam to get up and to pray to 100.

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cannot be explained by the English translation impossible, because there are many things about what that could mean. Okay, different variations. One of them could be that it is more difficult.

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If this applies to getting up after sleep, it is obvious it is more difficult than before sleep as it applies to the whole night. It means praying at night is more difficult than in the day. Because at that time, one may be lazy and one thing to see. And this is why Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam promised the great reward for praying a shot in JAMA because that was a time when people got lazy and they wanted to sleep. And this is why Prophet Muhammad Salim said a shot and are more difficult on the most difficult prayers for the Munna Philippine

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it was most difficult for them because this was a time of laziness and sleep. Why do nowadays no one sleeps at that time they used to sleep at night. So when they use to delay a little bit, and that's why it is actually possibly recommended to delay. If you don't praise Him, for some reason, you didn't pray, no problem to delay it a little bit.

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To the

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to the events, okay, and closer to the end of the first third of the night. All right. Some scholars said this is the best time for it actually. But for making it easy upon the we prayed in JAMA immediately after the event. And one of the reasons for that Prophet Muhammad wa salam said there is no one on the face of the earth praying at this time, but you it's a time where the unusually the person would like to rest and the body wants it, but people are praying. So number one, I said what it is more difficult upon

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the person or upon the soul.

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The other thing it is

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it is more firm

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and steady

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in terms of the good that one derives from it.

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You keep deriving goods in a constant way from pm will leave here

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reciting the Quran and standing up in the middle of the night to pray at that time. It is best for the Quranic recitation. It is best in terms of benefits. It is best in terms of what you read from it, as opposed to the prayer of the day. The prayer of the day usually you are busy. So you are

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Rain and you are thinking about what you just did or what you are about to do. But at night, when things become more settled and relaxed, and you have done and finish or you should have finished your obligations, then your prayer you have more time to concentrate on it. And therefore the good that you benefit from it obviously is much greater. In addition, it is better for your memorization of the Quran and for your review of the Quran also, because of less preoccupation, this is another thing, the other possibility and this is based on the other authentic recitation, and that is not actually what I should do with

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a correct and authentic narration

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10 different plots, I should do. And here the meaning is the concurrence mentioned in the translation, it is better in concurrence meaning

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it is better in concurrence with your heart and with your tongue, there is conformity, there is agreement between your heart and what you are reciting. Usually you are reciting, but it remains here. Right? As in the Hadith, the Prophet Muhammad wa salam about the coverage reciting the Quran and not going beyond their throats. But here you are reciting the Quran. And there is immediate concurrence, there is almost a link between what you are saying, and your heart and your hearing and your sight. There's concurrence I shouldn't do with with

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listening well.

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that this means it is better

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and it makes it easier for you to understand the Quran. It is better for gaining understanding of the Noble Quran.

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That is obviously referring to the speech when he says it is better in speech he's talking about.

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Also, he's talking about learning and understanding the Quran and reviewing one's memory at that time when you are less preoccupied. Obviously, you will find that what you may usually forget during the day, you are reciting easier at night. I said

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Imam Qatada says it is better for your recitation of the Quran and for your review of the Quran.

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All of these things come together to mean that I can lead the recitation of the Quran and beyond will lay in the middle of the night

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is better.

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It is better for you, you reap more benefits from it in terms of your memory memorization and your review in terms of your understanding and your pondering and your deliberation. It is better at night than during the day. It is better for understanding it is better for deriving lessons, you will learn things from your recitation of the Quran that maybe you did not learn during the day and this may be a gift that was given to you because you are reciting the Quran this time. And obviously the later

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the better it would be

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and there are many

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there's much evidence to show that Quran at night is better than the Quran during the day. Can you give me one or two

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definitely, definitely. But I'm talking about not

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not Quran Al Hadith.

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One of them

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is the saying

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that if one if you are used to retyping a certain portion of Quran on a daily basis, and you were not able to do it for some reason, that if you were to recite it with after fajr between the time of surgery, it will be it will count for you as if you're reciting it at night.

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Why would that be important? It's because reciting it at night is better. So it is as a philosopher Allah rewarded you for it as if you had recited it at the best time in the middle of the night. And also you know the

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Did that mean? But you didn't make the connection?

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I'll give you an example. Or remind you of the Hadith

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we know that fasting intercedes for us on the Day of Judgment Correct? Yes or no?

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What else intercedes for us

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what does the Quran say? When it intercedes

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he used to recite me

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not sleeping at night very good. So it means it is better to recite the Quran at night.

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It's better to recite the Quran it's night and this is all

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and this is obviously one of the

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evidences or proof in and as you as the lady here the Whopper on

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appeal, whether it is for other presentation alone or whether it is also PM, it is so important to allay this

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question Do

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the best benefit you can gain from the Quran is at night don't abandon it

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for we in these for you by day

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is prolonged occupation, this is one of

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the opinions that you have during the day prolonged occupation.

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And obviously, this is the only one of the obvious meanings during the day you are busy with your dollar you and I are busy with our dunya and with our work and with whatever it may be, the alarm was busy, with Dawa and calling people to Allah and teaching people the religion. So, it was a time of preoccupation, and this is definitely the case.

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The other possible meaning is the opposite meaning actually and there are words in the Arabic language

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that can hold opposite meanings.

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Maybe interesting, they call them a lovebug Okay, something would do and this may be one of them

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at least as Evan Malone mentions and others

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that it is a time during the day you have a lot of empty or you have a lot of free time that you can use for sleeping. And this is why the saying of that is that you have a lot of time for sleeping. So in other words, you have plans to sleep during the day, okay? Spend the night in prayer and worship.

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And even

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the smell of innovative and Aslam says

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that you have a lot of time for doing your deeds and your things that you are preoccupied with during the day. Therefore

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give yourself to Allah subhanaw taala and to your religion and to your actions

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both meanings are possible in the lack of

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use that you have time to sleep. So therefore spend it in worship at night, or you have so much to do during the day and you are pre occupied during the day. So the best time to worship is at night. Okay. And that may be why it comes after in the last year as a lady he shouldn't do up

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in the lockup in the villa. So it's almost like if you think that meaning the reason for Allah subhanaw taala commanding you to get up in the middle of the night and pray is because you are too preoccupied during the day. During the night it is better, you have more time and you can concentrate better, and it is better for you and more beneficial in terms of the recitation in a hurry. But of course, the only Subhanallah some of the Imams

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they looked at both times as time for Allah subhanaw taala and this is when

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this is when

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Wow, we

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came looking for Satan the armor of the ALLAH and

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he couldn't find him.

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And then eventually when he saw

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when you came to the message, what did you say? You said I figured that. I mean,

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the leader of the Faithful is taking a nap

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So I'm gonna send to him rule to you

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taking a nap. If I were to sleep during the day, that I am harming my followers.

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And if I sleep at night, then I'm harming myself.

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And my.

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So he says to him, how do you expect me to sleep with those to

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the people that I am going to be questioned about, and I have given given given responsibility. So, he is seeing that there is no time for sleep, not during the day, not during the night, and you and I are sleeping at both times.

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What do you mean?

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Obviously, everyone has to sleep, right? No one, we are human beings. But he's he's talking about lack of sleep, they may have slept just a few hours, just enough to gain energy in order to discharge their appearance, but not like you and me. No, you have to sleep eight hours, you have to sleep 10 hours, otherwise, you'll get sick and you'll get tired and this and that, and I don't know what else the psychologists are telling us. But some of these people maybe slept only a few hours, brothers and sisters, and it was enough. And until now, I am still amazed and I'm I cannot believe but I mean, this is what they say about him that Al Imam nawawi

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for two years does not lay down on the ground to sleep.

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Forget the bed on the ground.

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What does that mean?

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If he slept on his table,

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when his work, he got fired, he knows he got back up, he got tired. He got started working again. But he'd been laid down to efficiently sleep for two years. Allah

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you know, just beyond me.

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So, the idea is they they they slip very little, because they were constantly concerned, whether it is

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whether it is the people that they are responsible for, during the day or at night, they are malaise

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and thinking about paradise and hellfire and so on.

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was recorded smell Beco

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Tina, and remember the Name of your Lord and devote yourself to Him with complete devotion.

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Remember the name of your Lord. This is general for all types of Vickers always remember Allah subhanaw taala was good it's

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remember Allah subhanaw taala and glorify Him in the ways that Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us to remember him as God

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glorification that he taught us such as Subhanallah, Allah and Allah

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and different things like that. And the lump sum of

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all of the famous victories that we know about, remember Allah subhanaw taala much my dear brothers and sisters when God is small or big, and he's commending the first one, and this is probably

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the tongue of Providence. Salem never got tired or fatigued of remembering Allah subhanaw taala. And same with the Sahaba were with him. Their tongue was you so you still remember the last month it was difficult to stop as opposed to difficult to start.

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For us it's difficult to start because for them it was difficult to stop.

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It was constant, always remembering ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada.

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And this is why

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is this beautiful form of worship? And it is one of the easiest.

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And probably the one most neglected by us. I'm not asking you to do it while you are busy. I'm asking you to do it while you have nothing to do.

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When you're just doing absolutely nothing. You're not thinking you're not deliberating. You're not talking. You're not working. You're just sitting to the extent that if I were to ask you about the what are your What are you doing now? Your answer will be nothing.

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During that time, remember Allah subhanaw taala at least if not, during all other times wasn't good is

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he said

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will in Arabic

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What did what how did they translate it?

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Devote yourself to allow complete devotion

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in Arabic, actually first to

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No, that's no no that's the theme

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so the metal is

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monetarism or monasticism.

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Being a monastic being an ascetic, someone was completely abandoned dunya a hermit,

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a hermit who was secluded themselves from dunya and has given themselves to worship like the monks that we read about or we hear about or the province was mentioned during their battles and their words, people who have completely secluded themselves for worship. This

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is Allah subhanaw taala asking them to become a monk with this idea

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why not?

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Necessarily, he says well, could his mom remember the laws at all times?

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Is Allah Allah asking Prophet Muhammad's SLM to become a monk

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we should learn how to derive

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evidence and argue with someone tomorrow comes to you he's just learned Islam recently and he has isolated themselves and secluded themselves it will

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come back to

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this is a command to him then of course it applies to me even more.

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What do you say

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the full text

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file is there something that prohibits?

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Okay, okay, that's a general general evidence All right.

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Very good from the Quran, right?

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Something monasticism right. And complete seclusion is something that is a bit okay. That they brought for their own selves when I was what I was talking about the Christians and demons Yes.

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Last time

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The abrogation You mean you are working doing different Okay, fine, fine. Nobody wants something clear.

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Prohibited, prohibited

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and the prohibited robinia and there are

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there is no Rondonia in Islam. There is no complete seclusion or Mung ship or monasticism it doesn't exist in Islam in Islam is the perfect balance between dunya and okay, the Sahaba did not leave this dunya but they were body walking on the earth whose souls were connected to the heavens and

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what their bodies were working on. And dealing with they are supposed to, and this is why when the wife of the room

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came and the seller said I'm sorry, in the situation that she was in okay with ragged clothes and not looking you know,

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obviously, someone who was

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also had abandoned the dunya and he understood that man is in maroon was spending all of his time in worship and had neglected his wife. So profitable, how to sell them forbade him from doing that, clear Hadith.

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what is general in

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may be specified by the Sunnah, right? This is very important.

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What is generally in the Quran may be specified by the Sunnah. And Allah subhanaw taala

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tells Prophet Moses Allah when when the naked zikr need to be in the nursing Lucila Elohim right, that we have brought down to you the vicar and this is the Sunnah Allah Allah so that you may make clear to them what has been sent down to them

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what Allah

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What up

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so the Sunnah,

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explains the generalities of the Quran. If that is the case, then what does it mean?

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Almost all of the Salah

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means they completely sincere in your devotion to Allah subhanaw taala they're talking about

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will actually

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be completely sincere in your devotion to Allah subhanaw taala

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means time

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empty yourself from your preoccupation with the dunya and give time to worshiping Him SubhanaHu wa Ana

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and he says, he recited the words of philosophy of

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When you are finished or you you have completed, whatever tasks you were completing, then stand up. Stand up for Allah. In prayer.

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He says, The expedition of Abdullah if you are done with jihad,

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you are done with jihad, you have finished the the battles

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in striving in fighting the the kuffar. Then stand up to worship Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Amazing this is their life. If you finish with the jihad,

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a form of worship and striving the way a philosopher Tada, we can only wish for if you're finished with that. Not okay, now you can relax and sit on the internet for five hours know, if you finish with jihad. Stand up and pray Allah,

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these people, you will see it on the Day of Judgment. They'll be in the highest and highest of paradise, Allahu Allah where we will be. They spend their whole life.

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Their whole life was for Allah

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at all times, with complete sincerity. This is the bounty of Allah subhanaw taala he grabbed the tumor very well as well as Allah forgive us. If you are done with the jihad, then worship Allah, as in the story we mentioned once about

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one of the sellers who had just finished from Jihad Subhanallah and was tired and maybe their body was tired, and maybe they were injured. And then they stood up, to pray to Allah subhanho wa Taala was elated.

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This means the Prophet Muhammad was spending all of his time in worship, we said that this doesn't mean that he shouldn't be a monk. But this means that he should give his life to the worship of Allah and this is precisely what he did. He spent most of his life in prayer to Allah and his journey between the hour and between teaching and between

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going after the needs of the Muslims, he was the leader.

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And he was a father, and he was a

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husband, he was a family man, he's all of these types of panels for almost a linear time even themselves, and they have little solid was set up. What's good, it's rhombic what

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it means spend as much time as you can in the worship of Allah subhanaw taala and for the sake of Allah, and it is interesting, he mentioned that immediately after in Malacca.

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And if we take the meaning that you have, you are very preoccupied during the day.

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But then he says when charisma because

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meaning beware and do not be so preoccupied.

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Do not forget to remember our last panel to Hannah, to devote yourself to him much in the best form of devotion that you can.

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Akela, he is the Lord of the East and the West. There is no deity except Him so they can as disposer of your affairs.

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Seriously when?

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Remember Allah subhanaw taala right, remember the Name of your Lord, who is

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the Lord that you are supposed to devote yourself to? He is the Lord of this

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sunrise and the sunset is lord of the East and the West.

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Interestingly enough, he mentioned the East and the West. He mentioned the sunrise and the sunset, after speaking about all of the different times, speaking about the night and speaking about the day, and now he's telling you about the Lord of the sunrise and Lord of the sun.

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also dealing with time, he could have said anything else, because

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he could have said, other things he said,

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the sunrise and the sunset belongs to Allah, the day and the night belongs to Allah, time itself is ownership of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada.

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After telling you about all of this, he is Lord of that time, he is Lord of the sunrise and the sunset

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Illa who there is no deity except Him, so take him as a disposer of your affairs, meaning puts all of your reliance and your trust in Him subhanaw taala and we said the Quran is replete

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with this instruction, the juxtaposition of worshiping Allah

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and depending on Allah

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can I book this is

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where he can assign a new alone, we seek for help. So, worshiping Allah and trusting in Allah Fabu do what what can I lead, worship Him and depend on him this is the ultimate interfaith worshiping Him alone, and putting all of your trust and your reliance

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upon Allah subhanahu without

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hate, worship Him alone,

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devote yourself to him

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and take him as a disposer of your affair. But the Hindu Akela is the luckiest mean he is the Disposer of all affairs, Allah subhanaw taala is in charge of all things here in the dunya. When you say like what

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it means

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I have given him charge of all of my affairs, you can go literally to the court. And you can find a document that says he has the authority to take care of any appliances.

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There is what kind of Hassan

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but there's a general look at all appliances. And that's something which is specific, he can sign on my part for this type of transaction, not everything. But take Allah azza wa jal as it will kill everything. He is a disposer of your affairs, but all of your trust and your reliance upon Him, and He is the one who will be is in charge of your affairs, meaning he is the one

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who will

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deal with your affairs in the way that he pleases. Put your complete trust in him he's in charge anyway. Whether you're trusting him or not, he's in charge, puts all of your trust in Him, My dear brother, my dear sister, whenever you find that time, that problem that thing that you are not being able to solve

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the thing which has just closed itself in your face, all doors have been closed in your face. trust in Allah depends on Allah and Allah alone and the last panel

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will dispose your affairs insha Allah

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Mirada nya dual home

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jameelah and be patient over what they say and avoid them with gracious avoidance

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the patients with what they say

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this is what caused

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some scholars

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to say that this

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is not sorted in was because we said so it will resemble most authentically was revealed in Mac

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but this is what caused them to say that this area and they want after it about leave me with the matter of the deniers when Allah's pronounces and leaves me with the matter of the deniers that these verses may have been revealed in Medina. Or at least in Makkah, later on possibly after the third year of because that is when the Dawa became open. And Prophet Muhammad Salim was openly dealing with the pagans and was hearing from them things that bothered or irritated him. So Allah, Allah is telling him and be patient

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over one

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They say what

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was new jameelah?

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Be patient with everything they say.

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Don't let them bother you. They're going to call you a magician. They're going to call you a soothsayer. They're going to call you crazy. They're going to say about you, my dear brother, my dear sister, also, the patients with what they say. Of course, they're only gonna say it's about you. When you practice the Dharma, when you perform the Dharma, when you

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deliver the message as Allah subhanaw taala commandments, indeed, they might say, well, you're crazy.

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You want to implement the laws of Islam today? In our time, you want to implement the modern punishments. You want to cut people's hands off, you want to kill people, obviously, this is all propaganda. Okay. But even if you explain to them precisely, the meaning of the ordain punishments in Islam, very possibly, they'll say, Well, you're crazy.

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Be patient with what's amazing. Don't worry, Allah subhanaw taala is going to

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make his religion supreme. When us or without us be patient with what you hear, you may hear things that you do not like, be patient, there are other nya pollun

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Jamila and avoid them with gracious avoidance.

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Allah subhanaw taala tells him some of the

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scholars said that this isn't to say that this is abrogated with the command to fight and with the command for jihad, right? In the past, Allah subhanaw taala has commanded the

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Sahaba leave them right and avoid them with gracious avoidance, even the enemies of Islam that even if they avoid you, avoid them with gracious avoidance. Of course, in that sense, it was abrogated with the command to fight for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala and those who fight you So

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otherwise, if it is not

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to be looked at, in that way, when you're Nigel and Jamila it applies all the time, when you can avoid someone Okay? Who is insulting you or who it is wise that I need to avoid?

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So that you know, things do not develop, or if it is something silly that you don't want to be involved with, then avoid them when the gracious avoidance okay? Be patient. If someone doesn't why what

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if the ignorance speak to them, they say

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I'm not gonna get involved with you, I am above this, okay? This may be a slightly different meaning as opposed to speaking about the enemies of Allah and avoid them with the gracious avoidance what's the other layer who knows?

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Jamila, we said hola we spoke recently about subbrand Jimmy's right

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beautiful and gracious patients and we said this is patients without

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complaints, very good, except complaint to Allah subhanaw taala that does not in any way contradict gracious patient. Allah also mentioned

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after sovereign Jamila he also mentioned here and urine, Jamie Jamila,

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Jamila is what

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gracious avoidance without

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without harm and this could also refer to

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without censure or scolding, avoid them without scolding them, or avoid also without holding them accountable. Okay, and censoring them and so on.

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Obviously, all of that comes under harm,

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avoid them with gracious avoidance without harming them your own agilan jameelah. And we know that okay, is of different types.

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And one of them is

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not only avoiding people or avoiding that which is impermissible or a sin and so on. But also there is halal, which is

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a form of punishment for the one that you are abandoning, and this is a Jonnie, an acceptable way of dealing with some of the sinners, mind you, that depends according to the center and according to the place and it's not easy. Okay, who are the people that we are supposed to practice with? What types of people

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What types of sin and what types of it is not an easy issue, then it requires

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a different setting to explain it but in general, what Jerome hedger and Jamila leaves them and avoid them with gracious avoidance. And this is what Prophet Muhammad wa salam did in the most beautiful way and He is our example. He avoided

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these disbelievers. He avoided them, he didn't indulge himself in what they were saying. He was patient with what they said and he heard the worst insults and no one was more loving

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and caring

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for the guidance of those people, but

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if you had the heart of mouth, and you saw people around you today, your heart would tear would be torn apart, out of sympathy for those who are misguided, the unlikeable

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meaning are you about to kill yourself because they will not believe Allah subhanaw taala tells Prophet Muhammad

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very difficult for him

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he was patient and he hated the commander philosophy and he avoided them with the gracious avoidance how much we are also required to fulfill these divine commands from Allah subhanaw taala by the philosophy 100 level blah

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any questions or comments

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Yes, yes

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just that verse

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Absolutely, absolutely.

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No, okay maybe

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let me qualify

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John Jamila,

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maybe a verse revealed after the third year of

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third year after which the dollar became open and overt, right? That's when technically he may hear some of this right not when the data was in secret about Allah Allah Allah knows best Okay.

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The other verse was only one who can live in

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this is the one that

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will get to inshallah say that I shall have the law said this verse was revealed a little bit before the Battle of

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that verse where Allah says Leave me in the denial

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Okay, that one may be in Medina Hola. This was maybe Allah Allah I listen to the opinion of some of the scholars it may also be in Makkah okay. Where it was secret but maybe someone had found out about it and the only they insulted the prophet or he heard something he didn't want to hear.

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The slowest usually used for learning

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you mentioned the four types of Quranic recitation

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that is the slowest and usually used for learning the Mahabharat the second one is 13

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The one in the mentioned

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and some scholars have claimed that his only three without tactics and they consider tail and tactics similar. In both cases telltale is the one of the slowest and best for deliberation and then that we had

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that we're.

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for example, like you said, there are four levels of presentation. Yes. What is the one

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doing what is the best in doing feel?

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Safe? You are asking? Okay, okay.

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Yeah, that's why you're asking you're asking a different question you are asking

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is it better to recite the Quran slowly and recite less or recite more of the Quran but recite faster? This is your question, right?

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there's an issue about which scholar is different

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as far as I know, the year they say that

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reading more and quicker is better.

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Okay. And they use this evidence Yanni many of the Salaf and the way they recite the recite some of the Salah Fewster recite the Quran

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once a week, some once every three days, some daily,

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the whole Quran daily.

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This is the opinion of the Sharia. Many of the other scholars said that it is better with deliberation, because of the verse, were up till Khurana Tila and because part of the revelation of the importance of the revelation of the Quran

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is in order to deliver it is not just to

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recite it and recite it quickly and not to understand and deliver it. And we just mentioned the saying of the love and miss Ruth and

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also said something similar where he said basically that we learned Iman and then we learned and you are learning for us and then you are learning him and basically we learn the man and we understood a lot of the religion and then we learn the Quran. So it affected us but for you, you are just learning the Quran and the way to recite the Quran and you're not understanding it and therefore it is not affecting you or

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improving you as it should. So this is why many scholars with recitation with deliberation is better because that is what is required on the Quran and Allah

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write a book that was revealed to you that is bluffing so that they may deliberate over

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the importance of deliberation or and this is the way that

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increases your knowledge and faith. Again, the shuffle area, they're looking at the the the reward, okay, the issue of the reward for the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad wa salam said that every letter that you recite,

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you will have 10 Good deeds, and so on. So

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my first time there's a difference of opinion. Okay. My second answer is, it may

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differ with respect to time and place and the person themselves. If you are a person who doesn't understand much of the Quran,

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and definitely reciting it was deliberation, it's better to learn the Quran, and so that the Quran can polish.

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If you are someone who understands a lot of

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like some of this image,

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then maybe resizing faster is better, so that they can gain more reward. Because even when that speeds very possibly, their understanding what they are reciting, and they're deliberating over it and Subscene for them has become something in their head, they recite the Quran and they quickly go through maybe some of the different opinions or the under their understanding of the novel Quran okay, this is with respect to the present with respect to time. Some of the scholars said in times where it is one hopes to gain more reward from recitation of the Quran is better to recite it quickly, such as

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this is a time for multiplying one's rewards and finishing the Quran several times. So therefore, maybe at that time, it is okay to recite Quran a little bit more quickly but during other times to recite it slowly and to deliberate and to gain understanding Allah Allah

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anything else?

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Highlands paddock alone

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is the field