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Definitions & Topics covered in Quranic Sciences

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Muhammad Al Bizry

Channel: Muhammad Al Bizry

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. So the definition of area, as we said, is not verse because we find verse in poetry songs, the Bible. And of course, that is not befitting for the Quran. And the two most common definitions of area in any Arabic dictionary is number one, I lemme assign a number to more jeiza, which is a miracle, although we said miracle is not really the best translation because it comes from our just an inability. In other words, it's a miraculous sign unable to be performed that incapacitates others first, first area literally made a miraculous sign impossible to perform that incapacitates others, but try writing that every time you wanted to say

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the word. So people just say verse, But inshallah as students of knowledge, now, you have a deeper understanding of the Quran and the Sunnah, and thoughts. We're not just having surface knowledge, service knowledge, rather, we're going deeper. And first, the importance of these lessons. What about the word surah?

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that's commonly translated as what sisters

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chapter.

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However, we said, we're not going to stick with those translations, it means more than this. Number one surah means an elevated station, for example, in a prison, there's that lofty station, that lofty station, we're going to get to that inshallah, before that there's a lofty station that a god sits in to overlook the prison of inmates, that's called a surah. Literally, so if that's the prison, and there's that big tower, and he sits there, that's called the surah. So something which is high and lofty, because the ayat and the sort of the Quran are lofty and high, no one can compete with them, they are unmatched. That's the first definition. I love the station. And number two, and

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these are all in your notes. By the way, it comes from the word does a sister said a sword.

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And this word is an operand. So tell Hadid, what's a sword?

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Correct.

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It's a fence, it can also be used to translate as a wall, or even a partition. In other words, something that separates something else, something that separates two different areas. That's called the sword commonly used as wall offense. Why that?

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If you look at for example, my house

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was surrounded by

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a saw literally the fence right?

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It keeps things on the inside. Likewise, the sort of the crab, keep what on the inside the ayat, even though the areas are different, talking about many different things and topics. For example, in the home, you have different rooms, for example, bedroom, office, bathroom, kitchen, garage, etc. all of these different rooms, but they all connected somehow within the

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the house, the sword, the fence, the sword, in other words, the fence keeps everything on the inside and encompasses it. Likewise, the surah encompasses and keeps all of the ad on the inside, even though they are different themes. Because we said that although they are different, they are yet they connect somehow. That's why the gaffer when it comes to attack the Quran he doesn't understand that. He thinks that all of these are different themes. Allah is jumping from one thing to the next. And it's confusing know, for example, we explained sort of alpha in the alpha nachal kofod. We've granted you a gopher, you would expect a lot to say he's the most generous, the most giving etc. But

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the theme switches to the prayer for suddenly. In other words, Allah Allah is telling us because he's granted us something and the best way to give things is the Salah. See how they connect, and all the ayat Connect within the surah even if we don't see it, even if we don't realize it, they do. And it takes 32 inshallah, to Allah prove that. Another example would be sort of the number you find there of many is talking about different themes. It starts with, I made the sat alone the questioning and mocking of the kuffaar. A few years later, the theme changes lm the jolly adame has to the creation of the earth, then a few years later, it changes to in a moment Firstly, can I miss

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Potter the Day of Judgment, then a few years later, it changes to in Johanna mechanismen saw the Hellfire then attended to agenda in kenema faza so as you can see various themes, but they all connected within the surah In other words, just as those rooms are connected within the sewer, and just as one fence connects to the other to form what

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many houses connect to form a street literally a street and streets connect to form suburbs, suburbs form cities they form countries and you have the world right one brother scintilla Okay, so as you can see they all connect to literally make up the world so like was the if they connect to form the sutra and that will form a his metaphor magician.

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Have, you have the whole code and how crammed in other words some of the other map said that the beginning of the must have to the end is like a Joomla tone Waheeda, one sentence, one phrase, it's all connected and they do connect. As we've illustrated earlier, when we looked at a towhead, from Al Fatiha from the beginning of the Quran, to certain nurse as we can say, the whole cleanser Cotto hate, that's only one way they connect. There are many other ways in Sharla, when we look at sort of fatty uncertainness will explain more of those connections. So as you can see, surah He currently translated as chapter because usually a chapter deals with one theme, one topic. And even when a an

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author writes a chapter, and they go on to chapter two, they don't repeat themselves, they say, go back to chapter one. If you want, for example, further information on this topic, but the Quran isn't like that you find, for example, to serve more solid and repeated often in the Quran, you find in certain, he said, sort of thought how you find this with the nazjatar Hinduism and the beginning of the Quran and the Quran all over the place. In other words, just because Allah repeated it in the first surah doesn't mean he's not going to repeat it again. So it's not like as we said, any other book, when people think the Quran is like a normal book. No, that's where the mistake that's where

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they are mistaken from the get go from the beginning.

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We're going to get into that. And

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so write that down if you wish, although those notes are actually in your

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booklets.

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So we're continuing on with our definitions. So in summary, sudra

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really, a course of study or a thesis is more of an appropriate definition. As you know, a course of study a thesis deals with many themes, many topics. Therefore, really what I really have the best translation for the word surah and that's why in English, we're always limited, we're always limited.

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Now let's define what is a normal Quran and now we're actually going to start with the sciences of the Quran all what we've taken is more of an introduction, more of an introduction.

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So alumina scientists of the Quran. What does this mean?

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Allah Quran deals with many topics.

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And among those topics, as you can see before you are the Revelation the way when we say a llama clan, we're talking about all of these various topics.

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Number one, the revelation

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Arabic term was as we said, and why

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Next, the collection for that being Arabic.

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Correct. You can say much more but here a general general general massage.

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That's why Friday is called Juma because it gathers the people to collection You see,

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Allah the JAMA Malinois, did way too liquid Lumosity nomada Allah de Jama melon, the one who gathers collects well so jumuah from Gemma gathers the people that's why another name for Mr. These

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gentlemen, because it gathers the people yes that's the plural masajid So Jeremy gathers the people families to do it literally gathers the people and let's Arabic is you don't find words given terms haphazardly because someone felt like it. Let's call it Gemma. No there's actually wisdom behind it

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now and why don't you Yes, not only Allah Allah you because there's actually there actually is a Yeah, it's not just why

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it's not it's actually and why you know, why young but we're not going to get into grammar and all that but it's a why and why commonly people they get lazy when they speak and they don't usually mention the last little you know, words as they should be productive it's actually a why a

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collection of Jama or an arrangement

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correct order would be a 30

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for example, who arranged the sword as we have them today from affair to hot Baccarat LLC What about the if we put them in that order was a lot was it rasulillah was it jabril La Silla? Both of those however, we're going to discuss that in sha Allah tala. Next, the script the writing.

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That's called

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Ross, Ross Ross, almost half.

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No, you need to know them in English because I'll ask you inshallah, in the quiz, but for those who'd like the Arabic terms are right for you.

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Or enrichment? Yes, I'm just summarizing because it's in your notes. Under summarizing a voice or or an arrangement, same thing. It's

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also the reasons and occasions of Revelation. What would that be?

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Correct

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as bamboozled reasons

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I'm just gonna write

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a brief definition of the word instead of writing the whole word, reasons of Revelation, or causes of revelation was the same as Babel nozel.

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From sub write the sub is the cause

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of Babel knows

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what's next.

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Helping you.

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Correct the IRS revealed in Mecca and Medina and that's really a very general translation. It means more than this. Because what about if an AI or a soda was revealed to the professor of law to sell them after he dropped when he was in Mecca, the mecca madonie or Mecca so there's a lot more to it. We're going to explain that in sha Allah tala. So

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those as revealed in Mecca, as opposed to El Medina.

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And that's called Mickey

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Mouse when maddening and mucky.

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One maddening

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and McKeever maddening next is those that have been abrogated or that which is abrogating, that is called an Arabic and NASA

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one month so sabbatical excellent,

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abrogated or cancelled at

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for example, Allah azza wa jal

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due to his infinite knowledge and wisdom, he wouldn't reveal all of the all of the rulings and regulations of Islam immediately. I issue Centro de la Mancha if the first thing Allah revealed was during Kemet Zina and don't drink alcohol people would have said whenever leave that because they were addicted to those things, but rather Allah as we said, due to his wisdom, he revealed as I get progressively over long periods of time, so it wasn't completely forbidden in the in the beginning alcohol that is, for example, let's Allah says the tolerable salata, wantem su caradonna, practice Allah while you're drunk, and then later on, it became forbidden. So you find sometimes the ayah in

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of itself will be abrogated, although the token remains, sometimes the hokum will be abrogated, but the AI remains. So there's different rules and regulations to all of that, and we're going to discuss the inshallah, that's called anessa.

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Now, you know, these aren't in any particular order, all of this is part of aluminum foil. And

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so ask you, for example, in the quiz,

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which one of these is from the aluminum NMR may or may say, for example, and so from an SUV abrogated, I add revelation collection, and if that's for au select, I, I may say other things like Hadeeth, or for example, of course, this is not for me.

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And then you have, is that it?

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Correct?

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Because I've actually added some more that you're going to write in Charlottetown. In your booklet, the clean and unclean those are called

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correct alma mater, shabby.

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And welcome. Well, Mata Chava, as we said, You only need to know the English you only need to know the English.

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inshallah with advanced studies later on, after the two years, then we're going to get serious for those who want to commit. It will be more advanced be

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watershed be.

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Alma Mater Oh, you can say I add a comma. The key is what? aloha aloha that's clean. You know, Allah, Allah is saying, and I'm with a shabby, and I add them to shabbiha. What does that mean? We're going to discuss more detail but to just give you an idea, for example, a rush man allows you stowa that's more chemically Allah is above the Throne. How is a love of the throne? That's what the shabby we don't know. We don't know. Correct. Those who have ill hearts, diseases in their hearts, they get sick. They want to go into those unclean and cry fitna within normal.

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We're going it does mean that as well. There's a lot to it, but I'm just giving you just an ID just an ID clean unclear This is a stop Daniel book.

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No, just the English, you will be multiple choice. It'll be one or two questions at most, where you have to write something in English. Nothing in Arabic. This is an English diploma. Arabic

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could be in the future in Charlottetown in six months, we're gonna have an Arabic that Mia Arabic college inshallah to Allah for those who are interested.

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Yeah, yeah, I'll be one of the main teachers. That's that's the Sharia being taught in Arabic on Wednesday not to Shabbat none. But that's not really for like a diploma course style like this. It's just more general lessons in Arabic. However, there'll be in Arabic College in Shaolin around six months time, we'll keep you updated.

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Now, in your book, I believe is subsidies that correct? Now you add these as well. I've done more research, and I found that there are actually more topics that are covered with aroma. And these are the new notes, as we said, so you may want to write this down, or write them in another color that way. It's clear

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pronunciation

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as part of what's that in Arabic

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Tajweed attachment.

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Next, methods of citation

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accurate,

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at

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commonly confused with karate, it's something else it's dealing with the form of the Quran, it's not good to have, they're commonly mixed. inshallah, we're going to distinguish between them. So the various forms of Quran was revealed in various forms.

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Also, we've discussed this the miraculous nature of the Quran that's called

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correct, there was a word in particular

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the miraculous nature

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that cannot be matched. Yeah, Joseph.

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also commonly thought of as an instead of seed, however, that's a section of our normal plan, which is explanation

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of a loss of words.

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So at the seed,

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is the patent law only one aspect of alumacraft that's how deep the Quran is my sisters.

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scholars of the past like Alamo chef and others, they said a person should not speak about seed unless they started all of these other concepts. To panela. Once a little delanco, he saw a man called the a judge issuing outfit our he said, Did you study a nursing woman? So for those that have been abrogated? Those have not which have not said, No, it hasn't come down from your puppy.

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It's upon Allah, what would he say to us? Exactly, he could be saying something which the idea could have been abrogated, or the problem could have been abrogated. That's how they put in his mouth, Allah protect us. However, that's not saying. You should never speak again. Speak of what you know, speak of what you've studied. And remember that era and to the Kalam famous Allah lay silica Imam don't speak about an issue that you don't have any Mammon.

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And last but not least,

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the grammatical analysis

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like the federal the federal mafia will be Rudolph Rudolph Li for example. That's called a robber.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, for those who have studied Arabic would be familiar with that term Arab.

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Yes.

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Any questions regarding those? So we said those extra ones you should add pronunciation at the tweet methods of research station which is

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karatekas I'm gonna get you to answer that way inshallah tada it'll stay consolidate in your mind the different forms

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of miraculous nature. Yeah, just explanation. The grammatical analysis out of questions, please write it down as we said that way we give a shout out to Allah.

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Correct. I

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should attach with pronunciation

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cannot add that will add to ulterra same thing

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they will add, which is methods of retardation, yes, if you wish to take a photo no problem. I have various forms.

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Hello, which is various forms, edges which is the miraculous nature

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the

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imitable nature of the Quran,

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explanation at tafsir commonly known

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and Arab, Arab.

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Now Roman Quran

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is commonly called alone, or hell also lots of seed, and also the fish, which is the knowledge of the fundamental principles of SFC. However we said the FCA is a an aspect of aluminum. Therefore, aluminum crann is more of a term that gives it justice. It's a more broader concept and covers all of those topics in shallow time.

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So, if that has been written down, we'll move on to the next part, which I believe in your book at the bottom of that page. It mentions other things that are covered with Obamacare and on page 11. We've already discussed that inshallah.

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Yes, correct.

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So let's go on to the next page, page 12 in your book,

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it should be discussing the difference between the Quran and

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Hadith and could see correct but before we do that,

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I want to

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add to your notes, and that is before we actually start with the Quran in introduction to animal Quran, the benefits of studying this very important topic.

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I'm going to go into mentioned five.

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This will be in your quiz inshallah.

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The benefits of studying the sciences of the Quran before I tell you mine, let's hear from you.

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Namely, a benefit of studying this very important topic.

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Correct. Very important. You understand the ayat in a context to address current issues, and to understand very important concepts in Islam, for example, the hijab, a lot of people differ what is hijab? Some people believe the hijab is the niqab. Others say no, you can show your face or say no, it's the ducky or the ducky you go to South Africa you know, the ducky is just literally irregular head.

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How do we understand that? How do we understand the Quran and Sunnah based on your understanding my understanding your shape or my shape? No, no one except the first regenerations namely the Sahaba and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. How did they understand the Quran? And of course, the sooner so if you look at the area of sort of the nodal Allah tala talks about Egypt even better said this ayah means to cover everything and to show one eye that is one eye panela Let's ignore this,

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the Ocean of Knowledge when it came to proceed, so we understand the Quran and Sunnah how they understand this about understanding aluminum clad inshallah will give a give us a deeper understanding a deeper understanding of the situ because when I can be difficult animal him, you also understand, as we said, the context of which is we revealed, for example, sort of kofod about the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We have many Hadees today, look what they are saying about awesome la sala la hora do Salah, and also what they are doing with the immature cartoons. It teaches you how to respond. And many other examples. What else? Why study is the

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subject?

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Yes, very good. Excellent to protect you, against those deviant groups like the modernists who want to change the Quran and say, it's not really applicable. You know, in our time to power law, the sooner is a fashion and trend that never becomes outdated. It's always applicable in every time, every era, every generation and culture. Next.

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Yes, that's very important to increase your love of Allah azza wa jal, and your appreciation because you are learning his words. If you really want to appreciate a lot of greatness, look at the greatness of his words. As we said last week with the code and this code is so powerful, it can turn a mountain to dust. But unfortunately, there's nothing to that most of the flesh called the heart.

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Why should we study this topic? Another reason? One more?

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Yes.

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Sure. That's very good. That'll be more for our sorry, that's a Syrah I should say, when you look at the life of the Prophet some lesson and that's true, but you said something you said to increase your IQ or you will, I've actually got that as one of the points. It'll increase your love for the Quran when you realize its beauty and its depth and insight. So let's take those

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One by one. Number one, the benefits of studying a normal Quran,

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you will realize

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the wealth

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you realize the wealth of knowledge and insight that exists in the book of Allah.

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The Book of Allah is so deep, so much insight and foresight, you'll be amazed. And I learned a lot a lot who said RJ and Latin Cody. The miracles of the Quran never cease to exist every generation or LMR bring out new gems, new pools, new lessons, you'll be utterly inspired and amazed by how much knowledge and depth is in the Quran. That's number one.

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Unless you appreciate the works of the LMR how much they extracted from the Quran. Number two, it'll humble you.

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Very important. scholars say true knowledge is to know of one's ignorance.

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Only when you realize what you do not know. You will appreciate of what you do know.

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Allah mama chef Rahim Allah said, the more I learned, the more I realized I know nothing.

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Unfortunately, today, people because they have very minimal knowledge. They think they're on top of the world, but will lie the more we learnt. And the more we do learn, we realize that we don't know anything. And the moment you stop learning is the moment you start becoming ignorant.

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As soon as you stop on that path of knowledge, you stop there, you actually start on a new path. That's called the path of ignorance. Allah protect us. So it'll humble you. And as we said, the very important statement of the scholars true knowledge

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is to know

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your ignorance.

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Number three,

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as a student of knowledge, it will grant you a better understanding of the Quran.

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For example, hamdu lillahi, Rabbil alameen. What is that? People translators? All praise belongs to Allah.

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What's another common translation?

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Oh, thanks. Now those are two different words in Arabic. Praise in Arabic is mad.

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And thanks in Arabic is should I say shukran? Thank you. And these are two different terms. Someone you praise or someone you think someone you think is not someone you praise the scholars of lava. They said you praise someone for their qualities.

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Things that they possess or something. Food you praise it. You said to tasty dish. You're not going to thank it. So thank you for letting me hear you praise food you don't think it? thanking would be for example, let's just say for the arm was alive today. massacring infant boys, it came to your son and he said I spent his life What would you say?

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shukran Thank you. You're not going to praise him you're gonna say you are merciful kind just knows at all. He doesn't deserve praise. See how those are two different terms in Arabic. And in English, praise is not thanks. And thanks is not necessarily praise. So what does it have to put them both together? We said hamdulillah you're praising Allah for everything. You are thinking of everything to me one combination. And Alhamdulillah Allah might have said it is only for Allah. He wouldn't say for someone to Medicare, or Medicaid. How amazing is that? hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. And once Alhamdulillah Have you ever heard someone say Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Rahim

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al hamdu Lillah. Why when you said hamdulillah Rahim.

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That's true that can be to Him the words, names on the pattern of file can be used for people like Allium and Kadeem, but let's just say use another word like another name of Allah. You know, Al hamdu lillahi Wahab it's only for Allah.

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When you say for example, Alhamdulillah Rahim. You're thanking Allah for his mercy, he's Rama. When you say hamdulillah Elohim you're thanking Allah for his

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knowledge. Alhamdulillah Hakeem is taking a lot of his wisdom heckuva. But when you said hamdulillah he thanked a lot for all of his names and all of his attributes. How amazing is that? Why what's my proof Allah azza wa jal himself said, When Illa to Allah instead of Rahim to Allah, Allah Allah when he let him smell hasna

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Allah belongs all the names and attributes, Allah. So when you say your Allah, you've called upon Allah using all of his names and all of his attributes. So if you want wealth, you can say on your knowledge you can say Allah, your mercy and forgiveness, your Allah, your own provision your Allah. In other words, Allah is your one stop named for all your needs, and oh deeds, Allah. But just because it's a praiseworthy term doesn't mean you can sit there in a room saying Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, as some people do. That's not praise of Allah. That's not praise of Allah. If you went to a king, and he said, a king, king, king, king King is off with his head, right? smokery

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someone came to you, especially when your kid says Mom, Mom, Mom, Mom, Mom, mom, Mama. So King, what the king is just now you've praised the king, the king is merciful. Now you've praised the king. So Allah, Allah, Allahu Akbar. Now you've praise Allah. So Pamela, now you praise Allah. So just because it's a praiseworthy name in of itself doesn't mean you can use it in appropriately you need to use an acts of worship need to be based on the Quran and the Sunnah. So Alhamdulillah, Allah has so much meaning in it. And that's what also law himself so long said, This phrase, how he kalama Mela at Amazon, filled up the scales, the scales on the Day of Judgment, I filled up with this word,

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if you want to fill up your scale, have good days on your monthly ama sell Hamlet in there.

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Now those skills are so big, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that they can encompass the heavens and the earth. Imagine I told you there's a scale in a pan, the size of this whole building was pretty big. What if I said there's a scale and pan the size of Sydney?

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What about if there was a scale and a pan the size of Australia? Wow, that's really big. What about if I told you there's a pen and a scale the size of the whole world? Rather, the whole universe can fit in it? How big can you get? Well guess what? Alhamdulillah fills it up, fills it up. So you are granted a greater understanding of these words and it connects you It connects you with the book of Allah.

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Number four, it'll increase your Eman. And that really is connected really to part three as well. Because when you understand the Quran, it'll increase your image and your faith.

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Why? Because you will appreciate

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the beauty and depth of a lot of his words.

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Like we just illustrated.

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Last but not least, very important.

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It will protect you.

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And will India

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protect you from what

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not just the shell thing when you recite the Quran, but will protect you from doubts, misconceptions. When the Christian missionaries come over to you and try to plant those seeds of doubt in your mind when they say there's a mistake and you can then understand for example, a nasty human suit or the different attitudes or the claret you have knowledge and you understand how the collective has been compiled, for example, because that's another common way that they tried to attack the Quran and how it was compiled. But you because of your understanding you have for your team for certainty that no Allah Allah is protected. Allah has protected the app before today, and

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always they will protect you from deaths.

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That's what knowledge does. Knowledge is like a barrier between you and doubts. scholars said that

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the island is hard on shaitan and 1000 are bad 1000 worshippers, the one who just worships Allah based on ignorance the shaitan can easily misguide that person, but a scholar cannot be easily misguided. They have knowledge they have knowledge. For example, they'll come to you and they'll say your profit sins and cynical and say well show me

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they'll say Allah Allah says to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was Delfin liver big.

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What does that mean?

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repair for your see common translation know what is them a lot that is a matsuya them is different. them is translated as sin of uno, which is the plural. And Marcy has also translated a sin and that's the problem with the English once again, the word them is connected to them. What's the benefit of an animal?

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The tail was it was an animal do with his tail when it's embarrassed.

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When he's embarrassed, hide the you know, the tail between the legs, where it's embarrassed, it does something that it's not, or scared right? In other words, that the zombie something you're embarrassed of it doesn't necessarily mean a scene Academy in a scene because when you do a scene you embarrassed, but it can mean something that's not necessarily a sin, but you're embarrassed of. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is told to me is still far not for a sin, but something that he made.

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be embarrassed for although it's not a sin, for example, frankly, Mr. Lane, do you have to do it? You have to pretend to know if you don't do it, have you fallen into sin? Of course not. But also life. He didn't do it. It was as if he felt so embarrassed that he did. for him. It's like a sin but it's not a sin because the standards are so high. As the saying goes, one man's deed is another man's sin.

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So it could not be haram but because he said a lot of them didn't fulfill it. For him it was a dump something embarrassing before Allah azza wa jal because he's a prophet of Allah. For example, if I came to teach you wearing tracksuit pants and a singlet today for example, what's going on? Is uh how long for me to wear tracksuit pants and a singlet? Of course? No, it's not how long but it's not appropriate. Or you see Shabana for example walking through the corridors with you know, tracksuit pants and a jumper walking through them, I wouldn't expect that usually expect the job, or you would expect or you would expect me to see me for example, in timezone playing Daytona, for example.

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Although it's so how long to play those games as long as you avoid the harem with your kids, for example, but it's not something you'd expect because of the level, the level is supposed to be a teacher. So Mike was with Rasul Allah, and the prophets are not asking Allah to forgive them for sins, they're asking a lot to forgive them for their shortcomings in a bad Colossians. Look at us, we ask a lot to forgive our sins. They're asking a lot to forgive them for their shortcomings in a bad emotion. And that's why in with this Ibrahim Ali Salim and his son Ismail, we're gonna take consider when they built the car, but what did they say?

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A lot better Taco Bell, Mina, the making door I will accept them as they just built the garbage, saying I will accept this from us, despite our shortcomings. So as you can see, the standards of the prophets are not like our standards. So as you can see, once again, when you understand those areas and the context and the words, then any missionary comes to place that seed of doubt in your mind, you easily reject it. Does that come along later on? So panic, Aloha, Mohammed ignatia illa Illa and Mr. Furukawa to winning. So we'll take your questions now. Sister, did you have one in the back? Sorry.

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Thank you, Al. hamdulillah. Hello hidden.

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If you have any questions, those questions that we're going to be asked earlier? Yes.

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It was for him? Yes, it was for him. That's right. So for him, it was fun. But for us not to emulate is not fun. We don't have to.

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Like,

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it's like

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time

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is it?

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Yes, for example.

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Bill actually you will become, for example, this ayah in solid rocket. I she from Russia is the evening. And that refers to of course, Mother benatia. And if God from the early morning, we say book rock, it's actually referring to morning. And there are other ayat, what Allah says Happy to Allah salatu salam Mustafa, the middle pray.

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So we take all the ayah collectively.

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So it doesn't necessarily mean sister

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that you have to play the emulator. ashy I shot. In other words is evening. A community shot doesn't necessarily mean 200 and family. Of course, if you can do that, it's great. And for those who find it difficult,

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one of the scholars of the past said, How can you expect to stand in the night when you sinned during the day?

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To find that we're trying to stand for Pamela and we can't maybe we have to check our actions throughout throughout the day.

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And also we take the Quran and the Sunnah, so we don't understand this ayah Allah tala says establish your prayer in the morning, afternoon and evening many three times a day like the Shia, we look at the sooner because the Quran and the Sunnah go hand in hand. Gradually, Mohammad Kitab was hekla autolysis. He teaches in the Kitab, which is the Quran while hikmah which is the pseudonym.

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Yes.

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Yeah, of course, you look at the tafsir. And you have no problem you can as we said, the crime is not encrypted.

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If there's a code you have to crack, you can access it. But when it comes to detailed issues that you're not aware of that when you ask for certain knowledge or read the books of Tafseer and Al Hamdulillah indicated interest translated into English.

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Question. Can you as soon as you play

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with it? Can you start playing camerlengo do you have to go to sleep and rise to pray? Yes, good question. Pamela.

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tahajjud tarawih are all synonymous terms. Firstly tahajjud emulator, we all mean the same thing. And I just given different terms tm from Parma to stand up.

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And tahajjud from Jihad jihad, because you are striving and tarawih from st raha

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to take a break because that's how the Sahaba would write on Ramadan. They pray for example to and to and to have a break than to than to have a break. So Tada, we're from raha tarawih Han, for example. So the old synonymous terms that begin sister immediately after Asia, you can pray sharp and do the amulet as we did in Ramadan, common practice to pray, I shot in Jamaica, then we pray today and then we have waited and we go to bed or go home and do whatever you want and have your liberty sweets for example. So clamor lead can start as soon as you finish up, of course, there's the better option, which is the last third, you find the panel, the last sort of the night is the

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best way you find a law usually keeps the best to last. For example, the best part of the year, is the last few months of the whistle head journey. months I've had the best part of the night. last third, the best part of Ramadan.

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Last night, the best profit.

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The last of the the best of books,

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the last of the grant, the best of Oman nations, the last we find a lot from his names and most of them want to bring forward one who postpones from death here. So he from his wisdom, although something may come later, in terms of the time, but it's first in terms of its status. That's from Allah is beauty, wisdom, and also the greatest level in Japanese, the last and for those and the house of Allah is the roof of general for those

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metallic register.

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Yeah, so based on that you find many a time I love keeps the best to last and that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, in the mme Allah will have it deeds by the endings not a bit how you start, you can start off as a very pious person, but you don't I'm sure there is no benefit. So it's not about as in what Tamia said, flawed beginnings it's about great endings.

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So no matter how many sins were falling into,

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it's never too late.

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That's right. Exactly.

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Exactly. It's the ending. We all start called Luma eluding you that rollin fitrah as the professor license and everyone's Born on Islam, it's how you end to what you make of your life. So that's very important. A lot of people lose hope a

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lot of people say and I'm speaking to a sister the other day, she's saying, I love guys and are always dating and I'm

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sad case and I've lost and I'm hopeless and helpless is no repentance for me. That's what she's saying. I said, No, it's never too late. Even if your reputation may not be the best. Now that's okay. Because once you start fixing yourself coming system,

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once you start fixing yourself, people start to know you as a good person, and everyone had a past, everyone had a past, or we should say every sinner, every repentance or he had a past and every sinner has a future. Never too late. The sun may rise tomorrow but you may not. So repent today.

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So I've told it's never too late. Now your sins may be countless but our laws Mercy is endless.

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And no matter how great our sin is, Allah's mercy is greater is greater. It will outweigh it if you were to put the greatest sin on earth in one scale and the rockmelon another railway Railway, every single surah except one Allah began with two names that deal with Russia and mercy. He could have said Bismillah R Rahman, Al Halim Bismillah Al Rahman, Al Hakim, but he said Rahman Al Rahim, two names to do with mercy, not just one, two names.

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And that's why we put our man or Rahim before Maliki Yama Dean. And in fact, before the Malik, the Owner of the Day of Judgment, he put him before to show us his rough makeup before his punishment. And notice he didn't say Elmo as the Punisher, of human being, Malik Dona. Because the opposite of extreme Mercy is punishment isn't to say the opposite. This is one of them. And none I repeat, none of our last names, any of them. None of our last names deal with him being the Punisher, not a single one, we challenge anyone to bring any evidence to the contrary.

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Allah does not have any names that deal with punishment, not a single one.

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No, not a single one.

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There's the mighty there's the powerful but not the Punisher.

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This is attributes which is an action that's different. Although you're able to move to me he doesn't action, but actions are different names. And you learn this in a towhead names are different to actions. nouns are different to verbs. For example, to make it

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clearer. If I change a light bulb in my home, does that make me electrician? No, I engage in an action I've changed the light bulb, it's an action, it's a verb, but I earned the title and name of electrician, when I'm always engaging in that, that's when you earn the title. In other words, when that action becomes ingrained, and part of my nature, it's embedded in me, that's when you deserve the title. So the titles of Allah the names like I don't know, man, I will have will carry deal with you find those actions, those attributes, whereas the attribute only deals with something that happens occasionally. It's not part of is capable of doing him that he does do, but it's not part of

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his nature. So you don't find any name. That's part of his nature al-mahdi. And, of course, he punishes if that's what you're referring to sister. Yes, no, duh, he does. We believe in that. So then believe.

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Al Jabbar Jabara is to compel nature and imageboard unforced but not that's not to do with

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it does doesn't mean to punish.

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It can include because a lot, but it's much more in Arabic means to be forced is the compeller. On the depth judgment, everyone will be forced to accept the loss, decree and judgment. So it's not really doesn't actually mean the Punisher.

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You won't find any of those names to be unguided or alive The Punisher.

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Let's continue. Yes.

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Okay, very good question. So that will sort of doba

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Okay, just quickly, because it's a declaration of war from Allah and His messenger. Therefore, somebody's feeling to start with Rama.

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And also, some scholars said it's a continuation from social and felt so right. So therefore, because it continues then you don't have the best manner.