Tafseer Surah Al Fatihah Mu

Mohammed Faqih

Channel: Mohammed Faqih

Topics: Tafsir

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Is

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the majority, true or false?

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What happened is is

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understood also on their own because it was revealed in the language. And they understand, they understood the context in which the verses were revealed, they understand the circumstances that the verses are

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in the majority. And most of the cases, this will have an immediate interested when lots of data was telling them and what the plan was instructing them to do. But they still had some difficulties understanding some verses, and there were other

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revelations.

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So, either demonstrated the interpretation or actually gave the explanation of himself.

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And there were times where there was, let's say, more than one understanding where the Sahaba had, and they had to go to

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the cinema, to obtain basically the image to sell the differences. And

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the point here is that most of the parameters understood

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directly without a need to,

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for see or explanation.

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However, some of it was explained by the

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system. And those capacity or those explanations given by the proper interpretation were recorded. And that's why you find in your example, you'll find a section on to see where

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region where the proximal body sort of elaborated on certain verses, or gave the interpretation of certain items.

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So that is found.

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And then we said that at the time of the problem, the companion to the process, and then has upon himself to go to a C, to C, and from after the death of approximately, it was there were some key competitors, known for their ability to care for the knowledge of the program, such as basketball on the process and the main ground floor. And he said, he was one of the lady's given me, one of the titles he earned was an interpreter of the brand. I would love it was truly when we said that made the claim that there is not an immersive brand that was revealed except he knows where and when, and, and what for it was revealed.

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Who says that I don't know whether a person was revealed at night or during the day. He's so familiar with him. So

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he

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wasn't necessarily all of these companions were known for their capacity, an interpreter for ad that kind of exceeded the average of encounters.

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And then there were the development of the different schools of Tennessee and other towns will have a profitable lobby center,

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I blogged about with my boss resided in.

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So the School of loving our restaurants, pretty much established because we actually had two older students on both so our apartment and your bar, and big news when it comes to Japan and others. in Medina, it was motivating to come from the long time.

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In

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particular, there was a blog post out there and he had his skills. He's one of the students, that pretty much spreaded his interpretation of the 400 courses. And the reason I'm saying this is when we come across certain version, we're gonna see when you know the difference, we'll have all the different facilities, people have to see a senator who is versed in that if you see differences, that's because they took their knowledge or their understanding of certain verses from different from different mediums.

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And then we said that there are four methods.

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The main, the four methods

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to scale we we talked about for what did we say, he said to see through the hotel itself, and then perhaps sooner for profit, and then perhaps through the statements of the compound interest, and then getting through the Arabic language and this is for people who are developers and we have different versions. Now it is very important to understand the last half hour did not set up for attribute only, but rather to be understood and implemented, and the first step towards implementing them for adults to understand. And last count, I just like the Center for an IP reserved for us it's original text with real language

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Sorry, rather, Allah subhanaw taala also took upon himself the responsibility of providing the explanation of it.

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It's worth

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picking up on that.

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Elena

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was my

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explanation or interpretation, that the clarification and interpretation is a part of myself to the processor that if we decided when we reveal it to you on the commentary side

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and follow the recitation, because the Prophet at one point when the revelation teachings and debris brings the revelation, the prophet didn't want to forget anything. So he was repeating, he was being hasty and he was repeating the verses, because he didn't want to forget them. So it must have added comfort to the problem and said to him,

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ever been

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in Germany,

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it is upon us to collect it, don't fear Don't, don't be afraid, you're not gonna lose it. It is upon us to, to collect it. And to help you preserve it in your heart in your memory will take care of that for you will immediately copy it into your will copy it into your memory, don't worry about

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it.

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And the recitation of it, how to properly recite it as a policy for either partner, then when it's when it's revealed to you and the society, but

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then just follow carefully this recitation.

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Then after that, the explanation of the revelation, and the interpretation of it is about is upon us as well. And we will explain if you will provide the understanding of what you are reciting. So a lot to peel back.

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And the facade is not only revealed for us just to get started and chat with him.

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And he's spoke to us, the language of the Sahaba understood, and it has a meaning. And basically, that is an attempt to understand is an attempt for us on our side, to understand what our Lord was telling us what our board was telling us.

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So that's why it is very important to understand the

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understanding over time and try to understand the intent of the board as a general rule.

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Spoke was

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the first of course, is under the 14 series chapter. no disagreement on that. Now the number of the person is there's disagreement, because the Sahaba there is no disagreement in terms of how many versus how many say, the words, or the dilemmas.

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But when it comes to the, to the break, where does the first break, there was differences.

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You know, there is, for example, some of our partners who have not going to work,

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where does the person and they were also differences

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that resulted into differences in terms of the number of a person which is not a big thing.

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Right, which is not. So if someone comes to us at all, how many persons who

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you could say 606,600? Someone, some people love that number? For some reason, I don't know, right? 606,666.

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I know that 606,236 or 3470, somewhere around there, there is another marriage, another account that says 6610 person, it doesn't make a difference. It's the same thing. It's just where does the first break, that's where the differences occur. So if you'd heard if you hear different

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interpretations are different, nobody is the same. This is this insane amount of word mean words and statements. There is not a word more in the Muslim that we have here. That is different from the most have that they have in Asia or otherwise.

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Now that will lead us into talking about the first sort of Apply Now our This was

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put in an order that is based on their of the time of Revelation. Not necessarily. It's not actually Islam, because the first surah

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was not necessarily revealed. First, the Sahaba the majority of the strongest of opinion is that the first revelation is in Congress.

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And it's not anywhere near the beginning of the list. So the order of the sources

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is different from the order of the revelation. And there was there was a reason why it was that way is not the time to discuss the reason why the order

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does not match the order of revelation. But we know that certain sources were revealed over an extended period of time, at different times. And sometimes the beginning of the sewer, or a section from the sooner that is in the beginning couldn't be revealed.

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After the end of it, so the end for the reveal first, and then and then apart from a lot is and it was taught by the age of jabril, how to visit the mansion, and how and where every student, every verse belongs to which sooner and so forth. But the finance, order of the sewers was taught to the professor and by the age of debating the Prophet passed on that knowledge to the next generation. And according to the final

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Order,

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order from the sewers in the corner, we have all these books all matching, right, all these massage all these inside, manage, and starts with salt and fat, which means the opening chapter.

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Now

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the problem is that one party can send and receive Surah Fatiha.

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And there is something called in the in the regulation Intel Corporation, that there are some regulations that came during the budget period. And there are some revelations that came during the Medina here.

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And it's important to know this because it tells me that

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certain things were revealed as a holes or disorders were revealed is in parts and smoke. So the fact that it was was that was revealed as a whole, the whole story came down

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at one point.

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And sort of deciding how it was revealed were in my company,

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sort of

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sort of the vacuum has several names,

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several names, right? One of those names, is actually the greatest one of the greatest humans on the planet. So it's cold, in fact, it is cold and hemp because it starts with an ambulance that over the highway, one of the names of a salon because it's required that you recited in every salon. One of the names of swords, is

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it's a cue.

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It was reported that one of the compiler proxies have decided the owner won't have the chief of one of the tribes. And he was able to heal him but we'll have a

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look on the Sentinel. He reported that to me, he said woman injury can have Okay, that's why I advise a lot of people to not only learn the proper conditions with the fact that if you have a headache, if you have a problem before you go and rush to

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get Advil or Tylenol or anything that leads to the fact that isn't it, at least it calms you. So this is where the

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supervisor is a very powerful solver. And that's why I was chosen to be the sewer that is recited at least 17 times a day you're required to recycle, at least

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you're not traveling if you're traveling if the number is less right. So, there is a reason why I want to have Adam wanted us to recite the surah before him when we started this about before him as many times

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now,

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as soon as in fact you have

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in terms of when does it start with this without coming down with those differences. But before we talk about that, it is one of the editors of the program that

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we started with when

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we started with seeking refuge in the last panel that I got from the Kirsten.

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We are taught by this guy who will be learning how to shape one and or z.

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There is an order in the arm that that we should say wasn't how to instruct in the process and then and then believers failed apart or an

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apology. So when you resign the

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state will not seek refuge in a law from shape one and Satan the occurrence

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so what does that mean?

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It

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wasn't that long a job. It was a big attempt a lot of contractors you're trying to find a good price.

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One reduction in Allah subhanaw taala, admitting your weakness and your need.

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And at the same time recognizing the power of homosexuality, and recognizing that only Allah can provide the refuges and protection.

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So in it not only that you admit your weaknesses, you get over your ego and you're able to conquer, but at the same time we're praising it wasn't bad. But I realized that by making the by acknowledging the most valid to be these sorts of safety and security.

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In addition to that, you're making a third point, which is your your European car that reflects the evil that is coming from wherever you are seeking refuge from

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would have been that I seek refuge in a law or with a last

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minute shape on from a shape on Satan.

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Again, and when we say shape, Bob shape is not an idea.

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It's not a phenomenon. Children, it's an actual figure.

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It's an actual figure. So who is she?

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Who is she?

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Here you have the word is in the definite form a daddy

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that means specific, a specific

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individual

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figure, who is that figure? Chitwan is

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cheaper than the one that

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is the police. His name is a police according to

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the Bible, he could have a different name. But it leaves is basically from the creation of a muscle. And he was from Jin. And we're going to come across versus maybe in the future a year from now. So today

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we're going to come across a verse that talks about the nature of shaman.

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shavon is a Jin Jin.

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And we'll talk about Jin Jin arbeta. But she is not an angel. He's not a fallen angel. He is elected this categorization. So there is every single part of his agenda that Allah subhanaw taala put in the rents of the angels with the angels.

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When a law ordered him, he wouldn't obey must have electricity.

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And from that moment and on the enmity between shavon

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and mankind started

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as Shiva became the

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the leader of the force,

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the evil force,

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the evil, invisible force, so all incomes protected from that.

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Now does she want to have this unlimited power or authority, no

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shape on in the legs in the in the

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in the muscle in the most important?

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shape, one does not have authority, he is actually very weak. In fact, he is so weak that this statement that we're talking about the shape of the regime is enough. If you say Western Civ to defeat and to destroy him, an ultimatum loses its influence.

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So he doesn't have this ultimate this this unlimited authority or power over human beings, and he doesn't have the ability to go and harm them or he can the only one that has the power to harm to bring benefit or to harm the last panel with that she doesn't have that power whatsoever.

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Except for those who are weak enough to allow a font to come into the last contempt.

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And all it takes is Stacey to say, chip on himself in a verse that we might come to, you know, down the road is it's

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sort

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of a fun one say to those who follow them. were tempted by him in a

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coma promised you I promised you as well, but unless spoke the truth in this is this

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woman in Minnesota, he himself will say that I had no authority over him. So

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you have to have that condition in your heart you say

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in order for it to work, why should you say

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reading

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because reading the four out of which you will connect to the

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right is according to the Holy Grail.

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revision,

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which

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is the last

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one and isn't the head of a model, the other end is with you.

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So that the next you know, the last paragraph is what the most common data is telling you to

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write a lot of speaking to you, when you read the plan was,

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like shaman wants to distract you from that, because that's his ultimate goal to distract people and to lead them astray away from Allah.

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And that's why many people have difficulty and probably the one

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of the gentlemen, one of the editors I should have

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read the front one keeps his keeps you It keeps the influence of ship one away from it's a protection, and its purity. Right. One of the things is to say

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it will keep them away from me.

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So you should say that many of us cheated on our GED. So one of the elements of this is what it means you're seeking refuge in the loss of the crystal from his enforce.

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And recognizing the power of love, and in recognizing that

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you recognize your weakness, then this

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is

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is the first verse that one would recite from now, we won't have time to go

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through the show last week, but it will have

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a what's up

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is Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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partners we have to help or not, this is a matter of debate amongst the scholars,

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because of some hybrid somebody, and I want to share with you in the next few days, but there are critical periods, one that counts because without knowing it will be the first reversal so we can find out.

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Right? As soon as the firefighters agreed upon that sort of solid seven verses, there's consensus amongst the scholars. But where were those seven versus dark? That's where the differences are. And that's why you find

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this window, by the way, the number of verses usually after the first. So the number you see that at the end of the first that's the number of livers, it's got the number of

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so this means

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is marked as a verse. Now, is this the strongest of all of those.

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Remember,

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that I was actually listening

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for gender, the minute he had to be talking, he happened to be talking about the subject. And he said that this

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is an independent verse that was revealed separately, it is not part of any sort of fraud. He held on to that it's not part of any sort of

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except it is it's not a verse from any source, except that it's part of a verse from Zurich.

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Where almost half Allah says in the movies, or in the movies with a

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verse by itself, but the statement is development the way is you find it within a verse from someone

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other than that

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does not belong to any particular sewer. It is rather a verse that was revealed independently by itself. It's still

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and it's used as a brain

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as a beautiful Brachiosaurus

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with

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your break is a great way to the summer. And you should recite it at the beginning of every surah except saurons. bra sweater.

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Right. So this is basically some of those facts about discipline, or hate. And

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a shoebox example, we'll talk about the two sealed Middlemiss phenomenon, which is one of the most interesting one kind of I remember hearing a whole lecture about this without knowing a whole bunch, about maybe half an hour, just about pacific time. And you will be amazed by the amount of information that the scholars share.

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When you say this,

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what are you saying? What are you saying?

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What is that supposed to

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mean? English we translated into what we do in the name of a more, most versatile, Most Gracious,

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okay.

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Each one of those names requires a bunch of bison, but we're not going to do that. But when you say this, in the name football, what are you saying in the name of about war or about

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what

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this means? That gentlemen, do a job.

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Bismillah

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Bismillah R of whatever you're doing

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these

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three gentlemen

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Bismillah

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Bismillah he

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will

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find a couple of

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gentlemen you

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a look at them in the midst

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of

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this event

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and increasingly less common

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common use case for why he was doing it

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and what else but

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most men will come

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to give that concern, if you don't use

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or you own a T value

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evaluating the

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effectiveness of Allah

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loo minister,

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this will just will machine restaurant abode

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Bismillah

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Bismillah.

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Basically, when

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treated, hadn't opened up as soon as the Buddhists will either, say minister nunchaku with your talent. And I

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listen, as

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I was saying that this will mention believable Mark has great significance.

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And any significant marriage should be starting with this villain with the with the label, that's why you would realize that it's from the pseudonym from the teachings of the prophet SAW this, and then, when starting anything of any significance, that you say Bismillah punctata status, when you come into the masjid, you step with the right foot first, right, and you say, this will

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say this, when you make Moodle, you're supposed to say Bismillah, when you eat, you're supposed to say Bismillah, these are all significant matters. When you're reciting the start with Bismillah, when you write, or do anything, or give a speech, we are taught.

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And so Likewise, when you get hurt,

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and I'm yet to really

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adopt this, this quality, because we are so used to repeating some silly expressions that ignore sense, you know, we get hurt. And the first thing that many people say is what? Ouch. What is that?

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What is that? Isn't that gonna do anything, it is said in the serum that when he was when he was cut, his fingers were chopped, he was struck with the sword. He said, you know, in a

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row, you can tell the culture of the person from their expressions, right? So I don't want to say like,

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Americans will say out any other country, you have something different.

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I know

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that still there are these expression. So

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that's an S, which means, you know, it's it's an expression out of pain to express pain. The props are sort of said the only thing

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he said when you said this meant that the entity would have lifted he would have come to assist you and they would have lifted you while people are watching. So, the fact is, is that when you get hurt or when something surprises you and any get shocked or or

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frightened by something, then we should mention that.

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So this is the significance of the actual meaning of this without

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talking about that as well as the beginning of the story. In fact, it has

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been a little bit late. But having said talk about the beginning of 2018 go down the system and he was

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this

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you have to

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know

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Oh my, what do you make although you're asking what is

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available?

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Are you asking me the question?

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Well, there's differences is this below and saying this below will make more decisions

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Why'd you have to park a little we have to say it. Meaning that if you don't say it doesn't nullify your rule, again, just like most of those, for me, most of those issues, there are differences. There is, you know, and of course, differences are based on what is

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evidence. So there is the opinion that says that this is not only a student,

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but it's actually it's relevant. While we must say, you should say, you must say that now, you should say is it nullified or not? This, this is a matter of differences amongst the scholars.

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Even those who say that, if you don't say that is not sufficient.

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Now, is those who say that it doesn't belong to either alum A long time ago, the strongest the least opinion that I believe is, right, is that doesn't nullify it doesn't, it doesn't

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make to lose in value. But it's deficient to cause deficiency in the reward, and the in the product

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of the world. Now, if a person intentionally doesn't, that is a violation of the first I don't want to say this without knowing that this is the processor that is inserted in the system. But this is actually the rule when you don't mean that if you forgot to say this new law, that you have to repeat your rule. Now what if you forget to say this without the beginning?

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It shouldn't be.

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Ask, well, should you say this, but now whenever you remember,

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of course, a question that comes up all the time is whenever you go to the bathroom,

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or as I said, that you should say is not your partner, or you say that without thinking

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without a sound without getting silently

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below. Other questions? Yes.

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That question you said,

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a lot of sometimes it gets you there to different schools of thought. That's why they can and sometimes that

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now

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why is it

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shallow? We'll discuss this next week, which I will talk about is

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this to begin with? You see in salon you should say Bismillah? m, all the scholars say that in salon, you should say this without complaint. Now, the question is, do you say silently? Or do you say it out loud? And is it part of a student effect? Or not? You see, that's where the difference of opinion was initiated by the fact that they disagree isn't

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about whether they should say out loud? If it's not, then it shouldn't say, and that's why there are different sorts of scholars. inshallah, we'll talk about that.

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But until then, you know,

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until then, if you're asking what should you say or not what

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is not part of the value. Thus, you should say that you should say it silently if you're reading in a salon

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is the edition.

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This is part of So in fact,

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this was our hardest part, and that's why we say that the humblest

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lessons

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you should

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have is not talking about so the fact that there's evidence for that

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one last question for

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you

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know, you say that, if tragic events happen if something bad or if you suffered a loss, but if you suffered pain, something pinches pitches, we get cut, you get a paper cut a certain thing out of some any of them the proper etiquette is to say Bismillah

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or something shocking, something that you get

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you jump out of you get frightened.

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Take, oh my god or you know, wow, this villa

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and hamdulillah that's an expression of gratitude. So, gratitude. So Pamela is when you're amazed by something amazing to you.

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Allahu Akbar is when you get excited about something.

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So each one of those statements they have they have significance in their proper use by for example.

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If someone says you ally I suffered a loss Yeah, I lost my money. Some How long will make sense does this have happened? Oh my god amazed by that.

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The appropriate thing to say is,

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you know, the How to

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draw this kind of statement would be appropriate.

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That's why that's why usually usually brothers sometimes when they get frustrated with the wife and the brothers, sisters, sisters are offended, because they know exactly what are you saying?

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What is so that doesn't make sense.

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But what is so amazing, but if you see her and

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you want to compliment her beauty,

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but that's good, that's a powerful thing.

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Is that when you want to

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know,

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if you're reading on your own, you say out loud.

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But insula,

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again, if you don't say it out loud, you shouldn't say out loud, but insula, you should say

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that, of course, are different versions

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or the status in which you seek refuge in the last time

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the shaman was he

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left the country

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and there is our relationship or project

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videos

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is

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not

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exactly Yes, we can you

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know, it's not

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easy is not a person that there is a person

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there is a person instructing the Prophet and his followers to say that the shape or the regime the secret

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when we

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saw the salon for add borders us to say our blemishes secretly the

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reverse

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side of

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it, I

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first started with energy.

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Other than that,

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does not belong to any particular suit. It is a verse that was revealed independently by itself is stillbirth.

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And it's used as a brain

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as a unit to break the source

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when

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you break a break,

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and you should recite it at the beginning of every surah except saurons. bra

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right. So this is basically some of those facts about discipline Daniel and mandible him, and

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it shall be talked about with a needle don't miss out on him. He is one of the most interesting one time I remember hearing a whole lecture about this without like about maybe half an hour just about putting him down.

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And he would be amazed by the amount of information that the scholars share about this without

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like, for example, you say this, man, what are you saying? What are you saying?

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What does that

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mean in English, we translated into what we do in the name of a law, Most Merciful, most gracious.

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Okay? by itself, each one of those names requires a lecture basin, but we're not going to do that of course. But when you say this will land in the name football, what are you saying in the name of a war or about

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what

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this means that gentlemen do a job with the edge

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of whatever you're doing.

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These

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three gentlemen

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can be a

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Bismillahi

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r you

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dimension three factor with a witness will have to find a support

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issue

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with an algorithm

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or listening today,

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listen to them

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when

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and

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how to add to it. But when we look at another common use case for why hasn't anybody

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else bought?

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Most men will come

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up with a double boost.

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Are you hungry devalued?

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executives you already learned

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the victory typically doesn't come up with either

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we learned a lesson.

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This was just one machine restaurant

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Bismillah

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Bismillah,

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basic man

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three hadn't opened up, the sooner the Buddha dismissed them in a proper fashion minister, not with your talent. And I

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listen, as

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I was saying that

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mentioning the name of Omar has great significance.

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And any significant beverage should be starting with this villain with the with the label, that's why you would realize that it's from the Center for the teachings of the Prophet. So along with this, and then when starting anything of any significance, that you say Bismillah photolysis, when you come into the machine, you step with the right foot first, right, and you say, this will

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say, when you make, you're supposed to say Bismillah. When you eat, you're supposed to say Bismillah. These are all significant matters. When you're reciting the start with Bismillah. When you write or do anything or give a speech, we are talking about compensation. And so Likewise, when you get hurt,

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and I'm here to really

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adopt this quality, because we are so used to repeating some silly expressions that ignore says, you know, we get hurt. And the first thing that many people say is what? Ouch. What is that?

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What is that? Isn't that going to do anything? And it said in the serum, that when he was when he was cut, his fingers were chopped, he was struck with the sword. He said, You know, I don't usually say that, you know, you can tell the culture of the person from their expressions, right? So I don't want to say like,

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Americans will say out any other culture, we have something different

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eye openers are

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still there, these expressions so

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far have not really lesson s, which means, you know, it's, it's an expression out of pain to express pain. The absence of that said the listening

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is it had you said this bill that the included liquidity would have come to assist you and they would have lifted you while people are watching for the poverties is that when you get hurt or when something surprises you and any get shocked or or

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frightened by something that we should mention, what

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is this one? So this is the significance of the actual meaning of this, we shall talk about that as well as the beginning of the story. The fact

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that I have talked about the beginning of season five and a half, and I know that many will see

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this.

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Now, I know

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a lot of you, when you make a loop, you're asking what is the

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individual who

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was

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asking me the question?

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Well, there's differences. Is this below saying Bismillah? We'll make

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it happen. We have to say, meaning that if you don't say it doesn't nullify, again, just like most of those

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issues, there are differences. There is you know, and of course differences are based on what is

00:44:52--> 00:44:59

evidence. So there is the opinion that says that this is not only an edited but it's actually

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rallo What was it we must say? You should say, you must say that now, we should say is it nullified or not? This this amount of differences amongst the scholars,

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even those who say that, and we don't say that is not sufficient.

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Now is going to say that it does belong to either Ireland, or what are the strongest authorities the opinion that I believe is right? Is that doesn't nullify it doesn't it doesn't

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make too much invalid. But it's it's deficient, will cause deficiency is the reward and the in the product

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of the world. Now, if a person intentionally doesn't, that is a violation. For the first time, I don't want to say this without knowing that is the process of this incentive system. But does it actually in the room when you don't mean that if you forgot to say this in the lab, that you'd have to repeat to Google? Now what if you forget to say this without the beginning?

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It should be?

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What should you do? You say this without whatever you remember?

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Of course, a question that comes up all the time is what do we do in the bathroom?

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Or the law says that you shouldn't say this without your partner. Or you say without, without thinking.

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without a sound without it, you say silently.

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Hello. Hello, questions? Yes.

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That question, you said that a lot of sometimes it gets you there to different schools of thought. That's why they can sometimes on Friday at six, you

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know, or sometimes they said,

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No. Why is it?

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The show we'll discuss this next week, which we'll talk about is about this. This

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is the insula, you should say Bismillah m, all the scholars say that insula, you should say this without? Now the question is, do you say silently or you say out loud? And is it part of the fight? Or not? Is he that's where the difference of opinion was initiated by the fact that they disagree

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about whether they should say out loud? If it's not, then it shouldn't say, and that's why there are different sorts of scholars. And inshallah we'll talk about that in detail next week. But until then, you know,

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until then, if you're asking what should you say or not? What

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is not hard. So the value hat does, you should say, but you should say it silently. If you're reading in a lot out loud, a lot that

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is the in the shadow.

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This is part of

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this without notice. And that's why we say

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in a single lesson.

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You shouldn't you know, the fact that

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there's evidence for that

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one less question.

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Know, you say that the domino effect of a tragic event happens if something bad or if you suffered a loss, but if you suffer pain, something pitches, you get cut, you get a paper cut a certain thing out or some any of them the proper etiquette is to say Bismillah

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or something shocking, something that you get,

00:48:43--> 00:48:50

you jump out of you get frightened, instead of take, oh my god, or you know, wow.

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And hamdulillah that's an expression of gratitude. So, gratitude. So Pamela is when you're amazed by something amazing, you.

00:49:06--> 00:49:08

Allahu Akbar is when you get excited about something.

00:49:10--> 00:49:18

So each one of those statements they have, they have significance in their proper use. Like for example,

00:49:20--> 00:49:31

if someone says, You ally I suffered a loss, you know, I lost my money somehow will make sense. Because it's so powerful like amazed by that.

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The appropriate thing to say is,

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you know,

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how

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to draw this kind of statement in the appropriate way with us.

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That's why that's why usually brothers

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brothers and sisters are offended because they know exactly what are you saying?

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Are you shocked? What is so

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Not It doesn't make sense of what I'm talking about. But what is so amazing so far? But if you see her in a nutshell, ah, you know, you want to compliment her beauty and mutation Palawan That's good. That's a problem.

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We should always be nice.

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Is that when you want to recycle?

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If you're reading on your own, you say it out loud.

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But insula,

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again, if you don't say this out loud, you shouldn't say

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but insula, you should say.

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That, of course, are different versions.

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Or the status in which you seek refuge in the last

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lesson.

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I'm wanting to know how you see what I mean empty, empty. What I've seen, and there is our relationship or project these are different groups or the direction

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you know, it's

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not so Yeah, exactly. Yes.

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No, it's not.

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A gene is not a person.

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There is a person

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there is a person I'm going to add instructing the Prophet and his followers to say, the relationship or the regime to seek refuge in a bottle when reading

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so the salon for our borders us to say our language is secret.

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The verse

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to say

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hi