Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 29 #40 – Al Qiyamah 6

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The conversation discusses the definition of the term gradual development of the human being, which is the gradual development of the human being. The term is used to describe the stages of development, and the depiction of the gradual development of the human being is a major worldwide discovery. The discussion also touches on the concept of "medicals and demographics" and the reasons for the male and female roles in the ovum and ovum. The conversation also touches on the concept of "medicals and demographics" and the importance of resurrection and the ability to create from nothing.
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of La sala to attend with the slim on and we you know have even said you know email Amina have been passing Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah one early he was suffering to here with VI in women who served in either in within Subhana Allah Allah Allah Allah antenna in Lollywood Hakeem, when was roughly surgery was certainly under the watchful lock that and melissani scavo Poli

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I praise Allah Almighty and I send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his noble family, righteous companions and all those that follow the right guidance until the Day of Judgment.

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Glory be to You or Allah, no knowledge have we accept that what you have taught us Indeed you are the All Knowing the unwise, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to increase us in knowledge of the Quran and faith in the Roman Quran and to purify and enlighten our hearts with this Quran and to make it an argument for us and not against us. Insha Allah on the Day of Judgment.

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My dear brothers and sisters, we continue with the surah LP,

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hopefully we'll finish it today and we will start

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Surah Al Insan.

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If you brothers don't mind, if you can close if you can come closer together so that

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I have to turn my neck left.

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Because I have to face all of you when I'm speaking, right.

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Because, you know, this, this was the way of Prophet Muhammad Al Salam. And he was so

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he had such a sincere personality that when someone spoke to him, he not only had to turn to him, he probably turned his whole body to have also as opposed to just you know, hearing him from you know, behind or something else. Though he could have done that. I mean, they they regarded him, you know, as being so high in status as the brothers can come closer if you can, just a bunch of closer and this will be inshallah

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a reason for loving each other for the sake of Allah better also.

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Last we left off, I believe it was approximately verse 37. I'll just backtrack as usual and just mentioned something else.

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The verses

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before that, we spoke about what Allah said about the

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that he had not believed, nor did he pray, but instead, he denied and turned away, we spoke about all of those verses and those that follow

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about the verses of war to you, and whoa, within what you and whoa, and so on. And we said this is a reference to Abu Jamal,

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according to many of the scholars, and it's very interesting that one of the things he did was to

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that he went to his people's weathering in price, this person is struggling price for what thinking he is really something thinking that he is so powerful and strong, and maybe invincible and not defeatable, and so on. And in the end, when you look at his death, you say to yourself, Subhan, Allah, this is the one who used to walk, arrogantly and swaggering in pride. I wish it was a natural. I wish it was a martyr the war in a battle or something else, he dies at the hands of two teenagers.

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This man, I will just for all of us, died at the hands of two teenagers don't look down upon the youth, or the teenagers and say they're too young, let them play with.

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I don't know what the Wii or whatever else was coming out, let them busy themselves with this name, these two teenagers killed the

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pigs of our times. And then, if I came in, tell you that eventually this split all of our time, was killed at the hands of a teenager in jihad. He would say subhanallah

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This is the two teenagers who was right in the middle of it enough that they had their eyes on him. Even though he was completely protected. He had his entourage protecting him. Okay, like, like trees, okay, that are branching into each other. This was the way they were trying to protect our Bucha yes, they had their eyes set on him. And that was the goal. And Allah azza wa jal helped them

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Hands these two teenagers, okay, regardless of exactly what their age was, which isn't immediately

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clear from the narration, but obviously they were young, alright.

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So, this is the end of the one who used to swagger and pride and go with his family and his people and his folk and so on, indeed war to him, he died

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such a death at the hands of these Mujahideen.

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We spoke about the man think that he will be left neglected and so on. And following that the very important verse does the human being think that he will be left neglected? We spoke about that, after that, had he not been a sperm

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from * emitted? So in other words, how can he think that he was created for not or just for play?

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Allah Allah, Allah is going to tell him where he came from and what his end will be. Has he not been?

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A sperm from * admitted he was a not for

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money and human.

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We said the human being is created in stages. We said the Quran is unique in describing in beautiful detail, using fairly simple terms,

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very complicated embryology that they have discovered only recently. In fact, one of the

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famous doctors or non Muslim Dr. Keith Moore says flatly, and he is not just any scientist. He has a textbook called the developing human, which is used by many colleges. This is a very reputable scientist. Of course, now, they are slowly accusing him of things just because he seems to be fond of the Quranic description of embryology, and therefore, he must be non scientific or not understanding or not intellectual, just because he is showing some sympathy towards it.

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I don't know I haven't been informed that he has become Muslim. But he was

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staggered by what he read in the Quran about embryology and he is an expert on embryology for writing a textbook that many colleges reputable colleges use in the States and elsewhere. And he said that up until approximately the 1970s, there are things that are mentioned the Quran, we have not really discovered up till now, which is the 1970s we're only talking about approximately four decades ago, this is very, very recent Subhan Allah, the Quran is telling us that the human being was created from an unknown. If you look at the Arabic language, it can mean two things. Number one, the common

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description which is mineral power, which is the sperm drop, okay, and it can also refer to

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a small quantity of water or a drop of water, it can also be called a NOFA. So when you're talking about, you're not only talking about sperm, * that is emitted, you're talking about a small drop, meaning a small quantity, and this is important, we'll talk about the potential.

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And we mentioned before and here I need to continue, because the details of the embryology that we will speak about now, you will find as we said ignoramuses that will try in one way or another to say that the Quran plagiarized

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from previous scholars or from previous doctors and things of that nature. And therefore, let me say a few words concerning this, because anyone who says something like this has obviously not analyzed the verses or the detail that is mentioned. And it is just a hopeless attempt to attribute this information to some

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scientists, in order to deny that it did come from Allah subhana wa Tada. When we speak about the details of this embryology, we spoke last time about the fact that the concept of the gradual development of the human being in these may have existed at that time as an idea just as a theory, okay, there has been nothing that is confirmed, and nothing that is

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being used as a fixed

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idea or a fact, just a possible theory that instead of the human being being created, immediately, he was created, gradually, a process called epi Genesis, epi Genesis.

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This process indeed, had been advanced even by earlier scientists.

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But the thing is that this epigenesis was still

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something arguable and debatable all the way up until the 17th century.

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Up until the 17th century,

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we're talking about almost 1000 years millennium after the revelation of the Quran, it is still something that is argued about. So if someone says, Well

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epigenesis already existed, the idea of the gradual development of the human being existed from before, and Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him took this idea, it is enough of a miracle that Prophet Muhammad, Allah is speaking about it and affirming it. And it turns out to be correct a millennium later, when this is still being debated by the world's

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most renowned scientists.

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They're still arguing about it is a miracle that God is right. Just the fact that the human being is created gradually, and not instantaneously, or in the process of what they call pre formation, that the human being

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he or she is now existed

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in the male or the female gametes, the sperm or the ovum.

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And this was the popular theory, then, in fact, pre formation theory was the main and predominant theory at the time that you exist in

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the drop of sperm. And I'm sure you have seen, you've all seen the famous diagram of a sperm drop of the human being sitting inside,

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enjoying oneself. This was a very predominant theory. Now there were the others. I mean, that was those were called the premise, then you had the oldest, the oldest claim, you exist like you are now, but in the ovum, instead of the sperm, or in the menstrual. This was a predominant theory, my brothers and sisters, and millennium.

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And yet,

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he is talking about gradual development. Obviously, he didn't bring it from his own. This is the revelation of the Quran. But if we say that this was, as they claim and accused the invention of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, isn't it a coincidence that he got it? Right? This is if we just talk about the idea of the gradual development of the human being,

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let us qualify the term epigenesis to call it general opinion, this is just general. Okay. The human beings created gradually and not the way the sciences are thinking about fine. He got in, right. But just a general epigenesis.

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It's much more miraculous, when you discover that not only is he speaking about a general epigenesis, but a very, very specific and intricate epigenesis, where he describes each of the phases of development. This is much more miraculous. Now.

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He's not only speaking about the gradual development, he's describing a stage and when I can see and even when the confirmation of today's scientists, that's a much bigger miracle, he's talking about this, six or seven stages from the sperm drop to the, to the moon.

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Right? This is something

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absolutely unparalleled, especially if you go into more detail also into the authentic hadith, which starts speaking about days, as in the Hadith,

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when he mentioned the coming of the angels to the look after 42 days.

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And this is also accurate, according to the scholars of embryology, now

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42 days, meaning six weeks, this is precisely what VEDA embryologist talked about today, and they are staggered when they read this. Where did he get this? From? What microscope did he invent? And where did he hide it? For a full Millennium for the other sciences to finally find this? How was he talking about this without a microscope.

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Even with the microscope, it took us so long to discover some of these details we're talking up to just proximately four decades ago. This is amazing, my dear brothers and sisters

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and a non Muslim were open minded Wallahi they can do nothing but prostrate to Allah subhanaw taala and confirm and confess that this Quran must be from Allah, Allah, as many of the non Muslim scientists did, who were open minded enough to accept that this could not have been invented or created by the human beings. This is concerning. A little bit concerning

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epigenesis in general epigenesis and so on, I'll just quote something to you.

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And this is not according to me this is according to Wikipedia, okay? Not a Muslim organization or institution as far as my knowledge goes. They say though the theory seems an obvious fact to us in today's genetic age. However, the theory was not given much credence in former times because of the dominance for many centuries of creationist theories of life's origins and this is an allusion to pre formation, okay.

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Then they say, however, during the late 18th century, an extended and controversial debate by biologists finally led epigenesis to eclipse the long established pre formation view. Okay, along they're attributing it to the late 18th century. And they say the embryologist Caspar Friedrich wolf famously refuted pre formation in 1795

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in favor of epigenesis though this does not sound the death knell of pre formation of ideology. So, even

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people who are convinced of pre formation of ideology

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what a miracle the Prophet and Hunter Salem God had right a millennium ago and is even describing the specific stages and intricacies of those stages as we will

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elucidate inshallah soon.

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has not been a sperm from * limited.

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Human meaning limited, according to many scholars, coming from the many, there's also an authentic international law alum that says LM equal

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the female pronoun then it would not refer to the money it would refer to the new not forgotten money in the notes. The the mission here then would refer to not far as opposed to the money and it is also an authentic narration.

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Then he was a cleaning cloth. And we mentioned that this is a drop of blood right?

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And Allah created its form and proportioned him.

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Then he went to the next stage to McKenna, Allah cotton, the Halacha.

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The fact that the embryo

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reached the stage of the iLok

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is that there is a process of creation going on.

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A human being is about to form

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the fact that he said to McKenna Allah Patton.

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He became a halacha. And then he created Okay, Allah created his form and proportion him so he's talking about the creations following the Allah. This is not unique. In fact, these were the first verses that were revealed of the Quran

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What does Allah say? And the first verses

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are good, then what?

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Excellent, he created the human being for

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some scholars.

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One of them isn't Tamia is saying that it is from Allah. Because when the embryo has reached the stage of the process of creation, but many times the * is emitted, but there's not gonna be any creation for different reasons, as you know, right?

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But in this situation, when it comes to Allah, he's going past the first stage. In other words, there is creations Allah.

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Allah can insert them in Allah and here he says

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for Holika

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but then you need to answer the following. Then why does the last

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hour mural in Santa Anas?

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So, usually this dimension of creation of color is after the other. So why does he say

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it could be that he is referring to the first stage of the development. It could be

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What else?

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What does that verse mean? Does anyone understand that verse?

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Oh Allah Mira. In fact, this the human being not see that we created you from

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and then his

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argument is about approximately,

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what could the other possibility be?

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The possibility could be Allah Allah. Allah subhanaw taala is not referring to the specifics of creation, relating to embryology is just talking about the general beginning of the human being, there is not advancing it. To tell you about the specifics of creation. It is just to chastise the human beings, who is argumentative about the resurrection. To look at where he came from, you came from a drop of * emitted from the first place, your origin. And now you're coming and you are being argued, argumentative about the existence of Allah and whether he will resurrect you Subhana Allah how argumentative? The human being really is, you see what I'm saying? It is, it is to

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chastise in that situation, to chastise the human being who's argumentative about things that

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are either so clear, or if he doesn't understand he shouldn't argue about you should be modest with

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respect to Allah subhanaw taala. So this could be the possible answer for that, Allah, Allah.

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So Allah subhanaw, Taala created,

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then he says,

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In the Arabic language also

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may possibly mean two things, is a perfection, we talk about this, we're, you're talking about perfecting something, or it can mean proportioning, making everything almost equal. Okay?

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Making things almost equal,

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making them close to each other or without large gaps.

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Who knows what future science may tell us, and why specifically this word was used.

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Here, when you say the Holocaust, some of the scholars took that to mean that this test we have

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is a reference to the end of the stages, meaning we're talking about Luca, and then Allah. And therefore Allah created for halacha. And as he has created for some meaning, the end of the stages, which is the blowing of the soul,

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right, giving the soul and the spirit of the human being. And this is essentially the seal

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of the stages of creation. Before that. There's no life, until Allah has power to give

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life and therefore it is

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being referenced as for someone,

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he made them a human being, by giving him life and only Allah subhanaw taala gives life they can, then they are attempting, right. And they're saying that they were able to create sperms from stem cells and so on. They're just taking that which exists.

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And slowly, slowly, they're trying to

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copy and reproduce the cycle, but the giving of life,

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they can do nothing about this is a last point I was giving life. If Allah azza wa jal doesn't give life, then it is just

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nothing. It's just some drop. There's no life in it. Allah azza wa jal gives it life. And then only it is it becomes a human being.

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And it is

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and proportioned. Him

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unmade of him to meet the male and the female.

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Another great miracle just when you think about it, the fact that Allah subhanaw taala has created the male and the female, that he has created these meats, he could have created everyone as one gender, but he created them as too. And Allah subhanaw taala has created me so many things

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not only as you

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Human beings

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you can give me the verb

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can you give me the verb?

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Surah excellent oxen Subhanallah, the Halacha Akula very good

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reference also question what a

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lemon coalition collision

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That everything we created to mesh or possibly two types

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and there would be

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in both meanings, Allah subhanaw taala. When you talk about human beings when he talks about the animals when he talks about the plants, when you talk about

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even the cells, when you talk about the subatomic particles, you talk about those

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not necessarily male and female, but you can talk about the proton and the electron and they are like males and females and the way that they are attracted to each other, right. Allah subhanaw taala has created mace and types of everything Glory be to Him, the all knowledgeable in his wisdom.

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So, he said,

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as though Jane

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so, you may have him the male and the female the two mates.

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But here a question arises

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and that is

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if we take the meanings to be a general making of males and females, this may be one meaning the fact that Allah azza wa jal has made of human beings, males and females are two mates. And that in itself Subhanallah is a cause for one to deliberate and ponder over his great wisdom. The other meaning couldn't be that he has made the male and the female and we are talking still about embryo logical development, right? We're talking about the look for the Halacha and so on.

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But then he said * means

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after having mentioned

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the stage of the Halacha

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The question becomes, when does the human being in his many stages of embryo embryo logical development, when does it become certain whether it is going to be a male or a female? In which of the stages is that finally decided?

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not when the soul

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which stage

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it is decided, very good. So at this stage of the NOFA right, technically, we're still at the stage of the loop. We're still at the stage of fertilization between the sperm and ovum.

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This is correct. And this shows you rather than even now

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people are some random people on the street Muslim or non Muslim well isn't decided when it will become a male or a female was immediately obvious. And then to see that the Quran is mentioning this

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14 Centuries ago, 1400 years ago, okay. But it isn't being mentioned after the other.

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Read the verses right after speaking about the Alpha he says

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explain this to me

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analyze the verse closely.

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I'll give you a hint. It's a pronoun and what it refers to.

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The English translation it says and made of him,

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to me, and this is where again,

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the English language is what is confusing.

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As though Jane in background

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direct him is referring to a male.

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And this is one of the possible

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meanings of meaning in this verse, that mean who refers to the human being

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was no genius. But Allah says males and females have who have the human nature of an insect, right? We're talking about an insect. They have somebody in southern Utah

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them your money and so on. So who is mean who? John I mean, who's a genius? One possible, there's another possibility

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and it doesn't go back to the Aloka it goes to the one before for me, though Jane is going back to the many

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right to the many verse 37 But

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not from the

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from the many, which is given a male pronoun, right LM Yakko not forgotten men money in you

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he made the money, the males and the females, this is the other possibility that the pronoun is going back to that and then that it would not be then a made of him to me, it would be an made of it, because the miraculous language you will use it for the nonliving right? So it will be a made of it of the money. The to make. And this is precisely where the male and the female is decided. Subhanallah

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I mean, who

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is this clip? I see some confused faces. Is it clear? It's not clear. Okay.

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Meaning, verse 37. It says, Have you not been a sperm from * and Mrs. Okay.

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This pronoun

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is referring to the male, the verse before it, which is 38, from McDonough, Allah halacha. So, the only thing that is mentioned there, that men who can refer back to

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the female, he would have to say for

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as though Jen and then we will say it is referring to Allah.

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Allah mean who, so mean, who is not referring back to this?

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It could be referring to the verse before it is referring to the many

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has not been a sperm concealment admitted. Right? Nope.

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So the mean, who has to be referring back to sperm?

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In the Arabic language, there's no, it is either male or female. So it has to refer to the sperm is saying and we made from the sperm,

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males and females, but Allah

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and this is where, indeed, the male and the female decided, I'm gonna confuse you more. I'm we're not

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one can also say okay, we mean, the male and the female from the sperm itself.

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Very good.

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But let's go further, who is responsible for the male or the female?

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The male or the female?

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Right, why?

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Because the doctor

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x x, y.

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So when the

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country boots, six chromosomes,

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so the one that are coming in the mail

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an X or Y, the female, we have no option we have just the two x's. So she can only do X and he can known as x or y. So he becomes the criterion for the male or the female. Monica Luffy. This is the

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this is what scientists were talking about recently, that finally it was discovered that the man is responsible, even though for many centuries, people always thought it was the female who was responsible. And that's the male would get angry when the female is only bringing him women and not men, right? Isn't she's only giving birth to girls and not boys.

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But even that Subhanallah if you look at it, there's poetry by some lady in the past, who

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probably beat most of the scientists in this reality when she said some verses of poetry, okay, which would be difficult to translate in English but approximately, she was chastising her husband in these verses of poetry saying, Why doesn't Hamza Hamza the father of Hamza, why doesn't he come to us and he raised me remains in the house, which is nice.

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erupts with his second wife that she married because his first wife is only bringing females? Why does he remain in the house which is next to us? Angry that we are not giving birth, that I am not giving birth to females? Doesn't he know that this is not in our hands? We are merely like a land for someone who is planting it?

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Can you imagine

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this from Allah Allah.

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This is precisely what you're saying, We are like a Latin for someone who's planting it, you are coming, you are planting in this land. So don't blame me, we are just giving you what you have planted

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in my hands to bring the females This is what she's trying to say or the male, that it is in your hand. And this is what science proved

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recently that it is coming from them fine. But the other thing is that

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could that be a reference to that? Allah Allah? Probably not why? Because I am taking you step by step. And I am.

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I want to confuse you further. Why? Because that also, maybe scientifically incorrect, is not only the male, who is responsible for me deciding on the gender, but the female also how, after the explanation that the mother gave us, which is absolutely correct, they discovered that the female can only give an XX right? And the Male

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gametes has only 23 chromosomes. And the female gamete has only 23. Right? So they come together and they become 46 chromosomes or 23 pairs, right?

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The right, plenty to our songs and one pair are * chromosomes. So it will either be x and x or x and y. The male is contributing either an X or a Y. So he's responsible for choosing the gender to a large extent, but that contradicts an authentic Hadith of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who said,

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notice who said that the water meaning the the ejaculates, let's say of the male, and is white, and the jacket as of the female is yellow, right? And he says

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the jacket was was a many of the male

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is higher than

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and you may translate it as dominance over

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the water or the jacket ism the female, then it will be a male. And if the jacket of the female is dominant over the jacket of the male, then it will be a female,

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authentic hadith where the Jew was asking the mouse to prove to see if he is indeed a prophet or not.

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So what do we say about that?

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That's interesting.

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What could be this dominance?

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This They also

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discovered recently is absolutely correct.

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How exactly we'll see maybe more science will tell us in the future, what one of the or some of the scientists

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have discovered that even the female has a role in of course, not voluntarily, but has a role in what gender the newborn will be, how in the ovum itself, they discovered what is called a polarity cycle of the oval membrane.

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It goes back to that force in nature which you cannot see electricity

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discovered the

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membrane, the surrounding of the ovum has a changing polarity cycle, sometimes it will have a positive charge and other times it will have a negative charge and the Y chromosome

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and the X chromosomes

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that are coming

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in find the jacket or the spermatozoon of the male there also you have a charge either a positive or a negative charge. And based on that charge, there is a possibility

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a higher possibility. At the time when the over membrane has a negative surrounding charge. It will attract the positive spermatozoa from them

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Nail and therefore, there will be a much higher chance of having a boy because it is attracting the X Y or let's say the Y, okay, as opposed to the X Allah

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changing polarity cycle of the over membrane, what's going on

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precisely and if the over membrane then is negative or positive, it will attract the negative spermatozoa and or the one that has a predominantly negative charge, which would be the one having the X chromosomes. So, in this way, you can see that the female also has a role to play in my view, again, this is a possibility, this is what I mean scientists are speaking about now, and this is what this French scientist

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Dr. Patrick shown or something

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had discovered, and he is trying to help couples to choose the gender of their baby based on judging the polarity cycle of the wife's over membrane.

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This is all from the science that Allah's Kabbalah is giving us and helping us to discover, but then you say, then what is the idea of the executive dominating, it could be an electrical * will allow. And usually, if you talk about the charge, you will assign the higher dominance to the positive charge as opposed to the negative charge. And therefore, it will mean that the executive is nominating from an electrical standpoint, in that it is more positive than the other one, then you will have a male and vice versa, you will have a female. And this is a possible explanation

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of the meaning of the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So we see now that the male and the female may indeed have a role, both have a role in choosing the gender of the child, the idea that the male is responsible, this is what they discovered, but then they are discovering again, that firstly, they thought it was the female who was solely responsible, then they said the male is solely responsible, both against the Hadith.

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And now, they will find that no, both of them have a role to play a phobia maybe indirectly or involuntarily Subhanallah I mean, as though Jane is, in both situations, the male and the female are being decided when the spermatozoon meets the ovum, and fertilize, fertilizes it and it becomes a zygote. And then you have the 46 chromosomes or the 23 pairs. And this is when it has been decided whether this sperm drop, it's still a spring drop, whether it will develop to become a male, or to develop to become a female and Glory be to Allah subhana wa Tada

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so that he can be on you in

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business that is not that creator able to give life to the dead, but Allah

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Subhana casabella Glory be to You Allah, yes, you are the only one who can give life to the dead, you are the one who made us from these drops of nothing. You brought us from nothing, and you made of them, the males and the females. And you're the one who created and perfected and proportions. You're the only one who can give life to the dead.

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And we are required to answer this way. We are required to answer these questions that the Quran is part of interacting with the Quran. And this is why is mentioned in the authentic hadith that a man used to pray

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on the top of the roof on the roof of his house and he read this

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because it in Holland motor and he said Subhan Allah

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subhana Fabella glory be to you or Allah? Yes, absolutely. When they asked him about it, he said, I heard it from Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa early was Sanlam interact with the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala is asking that question to so that you can affirm it, not only in your heart, but also by uttering it, when you utter it has a stronger effect on you. Yes, Oh Allah, you are the only one who gives life to the dead and you are able to do so of course, we believe that

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but that belief differs from one person to another

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and one thing

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Her son has more ERP than another Elisa that it can be added in Hala, and you feel Moto, you know that Allah will resurrect you. But when the verses touch you,

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and you say yes or Allah, you are able to give life to the dead, it makes it like a reality to you that Allah will give life to the dead. And then you start thinking to yourself, Allah will bring life, my life back after I am bones, and after decomposing the soil, Allah will resurrect me again. So it gives you humility, and it gives you for sure. And it should

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make you

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think and deliberate over being resurrected, and meeting and standing before Allah subhanaw taala to be held accountable?

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Of course, it is a question to all, to all human beings, is not that creator, the one who has done all of this, and developed you from absolutely nothing

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to come in.

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I created you from before and you are nothing, the one that brought you from nothing that's created you from nothingness he brought you into existence is he not been able to give life to the dead?

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In the many places in the Quran, where Allah subhanaw taala

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bring the evidence of resurrection from that with sin to our minds and our logic even more difficult. The one who can create from nothing, of course can win you back from something

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you are not going to decompose and disappear completely right. What will be left as

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the final tailbone right as problem has told us. So it means there's still a remnant of you left. And he's going to bring you back from that. But creating you from nothing is much more difficult.

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Therefore Allah, Allah will resurrect you. And this is the argument that is mentioned so much in the Quran. And in one of the verses, I believe in the sort of the room, Allah subhanaw taala even called it the resurrection, easier than

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the to the first creation, even though

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there's no such thing as easy or difficult for Allah. Right. But in your mind,

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in my logic and yours, this should be easier than this. Right? Resurrection should be easier than patient from a logical standpoint. But logic stops when it comes to the ability of Allah. Allah is all capable, it's all easy for him, it's all good and

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he doesn't even need to. He's just telling you

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that Allah subhanaw taala just wills it. And it becomes whatever He decrees there's no such thing as easy or difficult in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala This is the beautiful sort of piano.

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As much as one speaks about it, we can never

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understand or fathom all of the deep meanings, but we tried Inshallah, to understand a little bit, or at least to take a little bit from the surface of all of the beautiful meanings of spherical piano. We mentioned the beginning that you see that indeed as piano is a very important theme in the whole surah the Minor Piano the minor Day of Judgment, which is death and

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like we spoke and the major they have judgment,

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when all will be held accountable, and will be returned to Allah subhanaw taala and so on, that is also mentioned and at the same time, you can see a clear theme and that is the Okay, and Allah subhanaw taala had mentioned an absolute one. And he mentioned that same as it is leaving the body in the time of the right before this. And you see the theme of the human being in sand, always mentioning insulin and insulin and insulin as we mentioned before, as an introduction finally to saw that

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