Muhkam – Part 3 (bros)

Muhammad Al Bizry

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah.

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Before we start director, you have your assessments for next term, that a Jew.

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Yes, assessment verification has been given out yet, but I'll give you a heads up so you can start now. So it's not all at the same time. But the seed for Qur'an, we said to a five minute lesson on tough seed.

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And you can sit down and do that because it's a lesson, it's not a sort of speech. And your dogs on the content, basically, choose any item from the local app, choose a surah choose is up to you, and give seed on extract lessons, practical points of benefit. As for zero, that's all I'm going to be testing you on

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is 00 is you have the choice of a speech or a written assessment. And you get two options to choose from made it even more easier. So each one you can choose either a speech or each one, you can choose an assessment, so you choose. So you either choose a companion from zero that we have mentioned or will mention, and mentioned his virtues and so forth. So you can do that in a speech in a three, three to five minutes up to anywhere from three to five minutes. Or instead of the companion. Do what we did last time where you mentioned something from the Sierra and and modern day examples of what we see today. So something from the coos relevant today. So modern day examples,

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modern day lessons from this year. And we've already given a lot in the past. So you can

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give give young you can expand on or give your own. And up to you when you want to do a speech or a written assessment. It's up to you.

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Yeah, exactly. essay, written assessment. Or you can do speech it's up to you.

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Before the toughy lesson, yeah, that's that's a speech. It's more of a lesson really. It's not really a speech actually.

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Okay.

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I'm not going to be teaching you how these after the after HUD actually share how bosox can taking over.

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So he'll be he'll give you the hottest assessment show.

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If you have any ideas suggest them and have suggested to him or you can tell them yourself up to you.

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So the objectives for today Sharla.

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Continuing with sort of the Deaf seed we're going to look at today we've nilla

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the types

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of motor Chevy

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we said the Qur'an is split into either maka motor shabby, we've already mentioned that clean unclear, you could roughly translate it as so what are the different types of the motor shaft we have different types of unclear yet.

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We'll quickly touch upon the wisdoms

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behind some of the ads being moved to shall be hat.

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And why some as a

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mock up.

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That's more of a revision, because I felt last week, we didn't really give it justice, I'm going to do on the board for you to show you how to clearly distinguish between the two categories. But we won't spend too much time on that, then we're going to look at the new content

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is our custom Earths in the Quran.

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You look at your notes and you realize that's not part of the book. That's part of the Arabic. And if you remember the beginning of this course, we mentioned that there are some parts of this book that haven't been translated, the authors and the editors, the publishing company thought that perhaps

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perhaps was a bit too difficult to mention to translate Ireland, but they didn't do so. So inshallah since we're in a classroom setting, I think we can explain the aspect of it quite easily, especially using the board and so forth. So we'll look at OSI and

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we're going to look at

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how they are split into two categories.

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alox, MP, one mux emmalee.

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also made up of two paths. And then we're going to look at the objectives,

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purposes of oaths. The purpose behind swearing by something and the purpose of swearing on something because that's what an oath is made up of really two parts. You swearing by something and about something. So what's the purpose behind each? And of course, why does the chef go to mentioned oats in the Quran? And then in your notes, I believe it goes on to mention and apostles, stories, narrative stories. All right, is it the next chapter

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Is it okay narrative stories? So we'll then look at after that narrative stories Sharla.

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This is referred to in Arabic as a source of assault, and look at the purposes

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behind such stories and look around the different types of stories. And then we'll look at Israel Elliot. Finally.

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The stories from Bandung Israel, it's called Israel, Elliot, because these are stories from Donald Israel. I think that's clean. And Israel. It was, in fact,

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jacobellis that was his name,

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because of the tribes of Yaqoob. His sons, the tribe, the tribes of Israel, who were descended from your coop, that's what they called, battle Israel, the tribe, the children of Jaco, literally, battle Israel, which we translated the children of Israel, the children of Jaco because it's what it means jacobellis syllable, and the word Benny is plural for even even singular. Here heard that word a lot even ignore Tamia ignore us ignore. I'll tell you, for example. So the plural of Eben you could say Abner, which is a common clue. We can even say Banjo and Benny.

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So we get the word Benny from.

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So to begin,

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we know the karate split into Makkah, and Mata Shabbat. We've already explained that. What are the different so we know what the Shabbat is unclear yet? What are the different types of unclean? If you're not going to mention that there are two types of motorshow behat. There's absolute, which is how quickly and this partial, which is nice to be

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able to share we had to either absolute

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totally unclear.

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It's called happiness in Arabic.

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And this partial,

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it's called the shadow and this be?

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What's the difference? If an idea is unclear, absolutely. It means it's impossible to Evernote reality, it's impossible to ever understand its reality.

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An example would be a laws, actions or laws attributes to possible to Evernote reality. Another example would be fruits in general. So I mentioned types of fruits like pomegranate, he mentioned also bananas. A lot also mentioned honey, he mentioned to milk, you know, those things are you know, the meanings. However, the reality of it, what does it taste like? What does it look like? What does it smell like? etc? That is impossible to understand. That's how quickly so it's impossible to understand that reality. And you're not allowed to ask about reality because these are details of the unseen, absolute.

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Very good.

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So just remember those two things with the absolute watershed, number one, you'll never understand its total reality. And you're not allowed to ask about it.

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And that's what the shift goes on to mention a shift from the earth. I mean, this is what absolute,

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to shadow is. And it goes on to give the example of a laws, attributes of rising, a last action of rising above the Throne when a man came to America and asked him how did Allah rise and he became angry, and he said, at least he will model the rising is known, while a former toward the happiness is unknown. It's impossible to understand how well the man will be he was believing in is an obligation was to anyone who bid and to ask about is an innovation not allowed not to ask about it.

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And we set an example of laws actions or laws, attributes

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etc.

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So there's no real there's no real way of finding out because we haven't seen a lot that's an example also the fruits and particular things of Jenna, olive and Johanna things of the unseen you could say matters of the unseen. To speak about it you need daily you need evidence for

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so we don't delve into it. Once you find the book delving into that stuff, put it to the side or burn it or discard it somehow. islamically What

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About an hour, which is not too shabby, it's unclear.

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This vision, it's unclear partially, here, it is possible to understand reality.

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What does that mean? You can understand? It's unclear temporarily, until you go to a shave a scholar, you go to the books of Tafseer. And it clarifies it for you. So an example would be

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inheritance laws, when you read it, what's this? What's going on? Very difficult to understand. So immediately, initially, it's unclear to you it's partially unclear, it's, it's possible with the shabby partial uncertainty. But when you go to the books of the seed, you speak to their lemma and they give a lesson on it, then you'll be able to understand reality. So here, so you can't understand reality initially. But you can help by

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going to the books and the scholars.

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Another example would be maybe

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camera height, when the fast personal bleeding, menstruation, those things are quite unclear to many people, even sisters, even women who have had their periods for, you know, years on end. And these questions still come up.

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So I was just I was off kilter, or the questions he gets about. Right? So these are initially unclear. But then when you look into further you, you look into the books of the field, and they're under metal, explain it further. And it's no longer unclear for you. So examples would be the rulings of hired rulings of menstruation.

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Therefore, I allowed to ask about

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Yes, yeah.

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Especially if it's an obligation on you.

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ministration, that'd be an obligation on you to ask about it. Yes. Yes.

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Correct.

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You don't have your height or hope not. You have demonstration. But if you're responsible for someone, like your daughter, your wife, your sister, and they have no means of learning on their own, or you have to teach them, you have to learn to teach them.

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But of course, if they have the ability to learn, and they have to do so sometimes the herkimer fall blind, something which is an individual application can change according to the situation, rulings, administration, inheritance as well, as we said.

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So that's in a nutshell, that chapter and I wanted to just quickly go over it because I think putting it on the board. Absolutely. We do that last week. We didn't Yeah, we put on the board like that. I think it's quite easy to understand. Because I had a lot of questions about that topic.

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Yeah, no. Sharla when you see Allah see Jana? Yes. So now temporarily, you could say they both temporary, but this one, there's no way of knowing it in the dunya ever, ever. So unless of course in general it's different

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exchange over time.

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Is there yet that will clear

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understanding of people close reading something you

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touched on that? If that was the case, then we'll be here.

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What for example, and allows we just talks about particular prophecies in the future. So the Sahaba was unclear for them. But you're allowed to ask about it was unclear. And then happened really are they understood is reality. You see, so yeah, perhaps it would have been here.

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So now they can change a lot of islands.

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So that's, that's chapter

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chapter was that Shabaab?

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So I'm not here today. I'll just

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we'll have one of those days. 113119 Let's see.

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Okay, now we're up to page 119.

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The wisdom of the of the Quran being classified into Makkah Mata Shabbat.

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The shirt goes on to mention

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wisdoms behind the Quran being with the Shabbat. I'll give you three wisdoms, just to summarize this chapter for you. But the shakers I mentioned, and we'll add one as well. Number one, to test your Islam.

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to test your Islam. Allah has placed I asked which are motorshow behat, unclean, the test your submission? Are you going to submit? Are you going to say M and ib coloman and the rabina or not? Because sometimes people will come across an area that's unclear to them. doesn't really make sense to me, so I'll just put it to the side or rejected or the biller told me not to be bothered. Kitab Pathak frona be Bob. So this is why the Jews were the Christians well, other religions, but to test to Islam, are you going to submit to them with a sharpie hat or not?

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And so Pamela, this person, he says, it doesn't make sense to me. It's as if now their mind they you know, it's like

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pyramids like the standard for intellect, all of this because it doesn't make sense to you bro. Then you have to reject it out of Allah. So therefore it's a test your Islam it's a test your submission that's number one second wisdom behind the ayah Allah sending it out which are unclean is the humble you who have already taken this room we looked at Alif Lam Meem the helical cutter will rip you approach the crown, and immediately Alif Lam Meem What does that mean? We don't understand it humbles you a lot of gently saying look, the other approaches could end within with an ego arrogant attitude thinking in order. So therefore, just with these letters, simple it is a large one is

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humbling us. And the beauty of the macatawa is that the individual characters are apart, they come throughout the Quran, throughout the Quran from the beginning, all the way right towards the end as well in the Mufasa section, which is from sort of cough and that's how love begins with a cut up letter. cough. So what's the wisdom of the mocha TAs coming up throughout coming constantly throughout the Quran is to constantly humble you. Because as you're learning and reading more code and memorizing it, it keeps on humbly it keeps on humbling you every time so don't think I've learned more now. And you know, on my ego is so big I can't even get through the door when I leave

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the room. So it keeps on humbling you so as you get to new salon, you think that you've you know conquered this previous word while I was reminding you can look at it and understanding that it's Humble yourself, stay stay humble, have you. So panola keeps on coming as a constant reminder to stay humbled. So that's the second wisdom third wisdom Allah has revealed has revealed as rich unclean, to make evident the truthful from the deviant, to make evident, the scaly from the layman from the ignorant so as to differentiate the island from the J Hill, the scholar from the journal and to differentiate the truthful from the deviant because Allah azza wa jal has given us the

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protocol the way to go about the motorshow behat As for the deviance what do they do

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they expound on them they focus on them a Lazarus said these people have Zayed in the hearts fee Hulu becomes a they follow up on this is why seeking fitness is a fitness tourists fitness makers so therefore a person who's only focusing on them with a job that is holdout and is always asking about it know that that person has deep in their heart, keep right away from such people. So it's to make it's to differentiate the deviant from the truthful because the truth will say we believe in all of it. And of course the ignorant from the scholarly and that's how you know the the scholarly, that's you know, the personal knowledge when it comes to these types of art or these types of sciences. You

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see the approach is the approach according to the methodology of the Quran and the Sunnah. If not then also watch out from such people.

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So you come across the particular YouTube lectures, you know, they delve into these particular topics in a press the X you know, right there, click, click x gonna shut down the whole screen, right?

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That's our approach. Now you may ask Okay, if there's such great wisdom behind epic being watershed behat Warden, Allah make the whole grand watershed we had. sure there's wisdom behind watershed we had why would Allah make the whole Quran unclean then it will defeat the purpose of the Quranic coming as guidance. So there's wisdom behind most of the Quran not being too shabby as you see. So you can even add the other side point is a great wisdom behind the Quran coming mostly in the format of mokum which is clear because the purpose of the Quran is to guide the first attribute Allah azza wa jal attaches to the Quran. In surah, Baqarah Delhi, Calcutta bola Rafi after that there's no

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doubt about it. He says hotel water.

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So Allah says it to God and how can it be a golden ticket unclean? So therefore Lorazepam has made the foundation of the book clean. Because if it wasn't in clarifying, understanding, its meanings will be very difficult and people get turned off. I like to open this book every single time. I don't understand anything that put it to the side. So therefore we say the foundation most of the book, most of the Quran is clean. Okay, but there's wisdom behind the of course, some of the is being unclear. We've already touched upon that.

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The shift goes on to mention in the next chapter,

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Part Four, the alleged contradictions in the Quran sorry, Shiva didn't put it here and the objectives

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This is what is referred to in Arabic as Mohammed

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Mohammed and he says alleged that's very important you don't you don't just say contradictions in the Quran, because the no such thing. So there's the wisdom in saying allege it's very important Mohammed cloud, this word Mohammed comes from Mohammed, your homies.

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So you will have a thought grievance or translated as like a fantasy one. So therefore, when a person claims there are contradictions, so that's just your fantasy and walk off. That's your answer. So fantasizing about

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So that's what Mohammed atod is alleged contradictions in the Quran.

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The chef says a contradiction in the Quran means the two or more is conflict with each other, in that what is proven by one of them prevents the possibility of what the other proves, such as one of them affirming something and another again, and this is impossible. Is it possible to have a conflict between two?

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Now, if you do come across an alleged contradiction and alleged conflict, shefali salami potamia said, that contradiction is in your mind, meaning it doesn't exist, you just may think it exists. He said, it's due to a lack of knowledge and understanding the text that is it. So when you come across a word that seems to be contradicting, contradictory, understand that really, it's only in our mind, it's really from shaytaan, planting that doubt, and it's due to our lack of knowledge in reconciliation between those areas.

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So he goes on to give and therefore, it's an impossibility for a contradiction to exist because Allah says, woman, US document Allah hadiza woman, US documented law is the law, etc.

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Who is more truthful in speech than Allah? Who? No one. So it's the most truthful, it's free of error. Well, hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen.

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And he goes on to mention on page 122, a very good book, one of the best you've seen on this topic, alleged contradictions at the bottom there, the death row, he Hamlet Rob, and I will look it up. This is a book by Mohammed elimination treaty, Rahim Allah,

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roughly translated definitely is to refuse to re bunk to you know, like a rebuttal to push back. The thoughts alleged contradictions in a al Qaeda is purifier, the ayat of the book, which is the crown.

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So the ship goes on to give an example of an alleged contradiction that PepsiCo pharma come up with even Muslims, where Allah azza wa jal describes the Quran as huddling within.

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Well, Allah azza wa jal describes the Quran as a hotel in 1313, but also in the same sort of sorts of Buffalo. He says this Quran is willingness to take gardens for the people. Is there a contradiction? Of course not.

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Because the macduffie are part of a nurse. So yes, the Quran came as a garden for all of mankind, and within mankind, you have the motor thing. So the element of stated that yes to correct came to guide all of mankind. And therefore, whoever accepts that guidance gets another type of guidance. And therefore they such as the believers and they get to guidances. So therefore, one is the guidance have led shadow ban, to clarify, which is orderliness. And under the guidance of a tofik. When you accept, you accept it. So there's two forms of guidances. There's two types of guidances. Rather, there's two types of guidances. So therefore, there's no contradiction.

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So because rather the motor phenotypes of a part of another part of the people.

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So he goes on to give examples, and we've already mentioned many alleged contradictions in the Quran we talked about when Allah talks about the creation of man and so forth in different stages. So we'll have to go into every single one. But what's most important is our approach.

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What's our approach to alleged contradictions?

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three step process. Number one, if you come across an alleged contradiction, what should you do?

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Your first step is to reconcile.

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you reconcile this as you don't just be like those who say, Oh, this doesn't seem right, I'll dismiss it, or abrogated myself. Who are you?

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I'll ever get myself on. The abrogation stopped when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam passed away when the revelation stopped with him. That's when abrogation stopped, no one can come and abrogate something. So therefore, what is in the Quran, we accept the role. we reconcile.

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We don't dismiss one as the first option. Now what about if you don't have the ability to you don't have the knowledge, necessary skills to be able to do that? Then the LMS say, you reply with the statement of allows region, and Abby coloman, Angela Bella, we believe in all of it. It's all from Alaska, we believe in it all. So that's the second thing, if you can't reconcile due to your lack of knowledge, you said, I believe in it Anyway, enough, consult the Latin revelation above reasoning. I accept, even if I don't understand.

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And thirdly, after that, you turn to the people of knowledge and the books, you turn to the people of knowledge for answers. That's very important. You need to clarify you need to clear it up. Because if you leave that in your mind, that doubt is like a seed and what we'll try to do to that seed, he'll water, fertilize it, nurture, make it grow, until that seed grows into a huge tree of doubt in your mind. That's what today you know, in the hotel, we spoke about a few

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refuting atheism because unfortunately, many Muslims get affected by these fields. And this is the modern day Kufa see the time of Quraysh

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the most recuperation they believed in Allah existence. They believed in Ruby have a lot. In fact, a lot of it said if you were to ask them who created who created the heavens and the earth who brings in who brings down the rain who gives life and death, they have called on Allah, there is no no kid, insert layer call that known indicate emphasis. That's 100% Allah did 100% it's unlikely they're not even doubting What are you talking about? It's Allah. So they believed in Allah rubia from that aspect, they didn't deny Allah's existence. And that's what I would call the children's Abdullah. That's what I would call the children Abdullah, the prophet father was called Abdullah. So they

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believed in Allah today. They The kuffaar are so extremely nickel for now they deny Allah existence altogether. It's the modern day gopher and therefore it's very important that you know if we're calling to tawheed and we're defending the hate and the subject of hate around our in our conversations, then the modern version of the of that opposes that modern day Kufa is atheism.

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So we looked at today ways you can refute it and from the knuckle and after so rational proofs and revelation proofs as well.

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And among them is sort of the team leaving

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out a sort of the dean refute atheism

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think of the earth

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Yeah, how does that refute? No, that's the idea right there.

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Okay, gone

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now

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Yeah, that's one way very good. Firstly, Allah said that god Okay, it's a big topic but because I'm going to get into the the oaths maybe when we take over

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DNS, I don't, that's all got to do with the internet. But in a nutshell, Allah said, Hello, Karina, we created and this is mildly past, it's largely the same from day one, we created men in the best way. From day one recredit men in the best make. Not like you philosophers who think that we came from apes and then we developed into cavemen in our people who had no intellect. People who couldn't even use a toilet properly would dopes basically Now I'm not saying from day one we credit men in the best way from day one. You know, usually when people invent things they always update them yeah look at iPhone for example always needs an update. I keep getting notifications or calasparra stuff

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but I don't want it I don't update and get off my back already. Yeah, any iPhone users here iPhone Yeah, they keep getting the notifications

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so but a lot that incorrect you okay? And then you know you were born and then ended to go down the road to you know, get a new leg. You know, you're missing an arm, an extension on your intestines

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are located in the best way from day one. And they claim you evolved your vote last night from day one. But also what's the proof ultimate proof that we will like that from day one? A Dean was a tune or two listening will have a better dilemma in what has to do with the creation of man. These things are swearing by isn't just the thing. Just a city in the face not just as a to an olive. So not just Mount Sinai by the places. places. So the fig the best figs on the planet are in Turkey and that's where the mountain that's where the message of no Halle Salem was built on the Mount of Judy in Turkey. So Tina is referring to no

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they don't the best olives are in Palestine that's referring to a salicylic and look at it to see because tourists in in Mount Sinai is referring to muscle is slim because that's when I last spoke to him. habitability lemonis Mecca Who's that referring to which Prophet Muhammad Allah certain enable him because Allah didn't just say Mecca Allah said better than me as well Abraham Ali Sallam said with quite a blow him up he just had a better than Amina same words. So it's Reverend him and Mohammed and watch profits as we mentioned, no.

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eisah Moosa Hamad Ibrahim, Allah has numerous right there. Right one amazing connection Subhana Allah, so therefore the ultimate proof that allows you to credit men in the best way, look at these men, read the biographies, read about the personalities, look at their lives, the height of intellect, the epitome of intelligence, at the era of manners etiquette, and not like as they say cavemen and

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and, actually also Dean can actually also refer to as family cillum. Because that's the, you know, the tree the fig tree that he used its leaves to cover his shoulder when it was exposed to cover his shame. So, from day one, literally with Adam Allison's Christian, you can look at the feet of poverty and succeeded

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Because he goes on to mention that a lot when he takes an oath by these things, it's not just those things, it's going to the place of those things. Because this is what how the Arab would speak, you're used to andrographis shape via Hemi Murphy, you're allowed to describe something to define it according to its most important aspect in it. So you will have to refer to a place based on its most famous landmark rollout is how it is in Arabic. So when the Arabs would say that the olive actually referring to the place of olives, when an Arab would say the fig is referring to the place of figs, you see, we have something like this in English, I guess. Think of like, you know, there's the motto

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the burgers are better hungry. Jack's

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burgers, do they only make burgers? No, they make apple pies, fries, nugget Sundays. You're getting hungry. I am. I haven't had dinner yet. The point is, they are known for the cold burgers are better. Why? Because that's the most favorite. That's the most famous dish basically right? most famous food known for that. So it was called burgers a better right. So then Burger King as well, although they make more than burgers. So the point is you have to define something according to its most prominent object. And that's how that's how the Arab world so so Panama Yani, that's what we basically we, we discussed. So the point is Shabaab, that when a person is approached with doubts or

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problems you need to clarify cleared up quick, smart, otherwise, if you leave those doubts in your mind, then it could ruin you.

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Then the shift goes on to mention, which is in the Arabic version of this book called possum oaths, taking oaths. Why does the chef mentioned this?

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two main reasons as a chef Mohammed nonetheless is on hold it goes on to explain number one.

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So this is a new topic you won't find in your notes, the new chapter. Of course, I mean, we're up to here now.

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We've done that and we also took

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alleged

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contradictions.

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So oath taking you find oaths are plentiful in the Quran. Now, firstly, what's an oath? A lot of takes an oath by something. Give me an example. What was the tone while fudger was well laid out takes an oath by many things. So why does the shakers go? Why does the shake mentioned this number one, because herbs are plentiful in the Quran, there's a lot of them that come in abundance constantly. That's the first reason why the chef mentioned this as part of it, because it's to do with the Quran, and O's come Allah in the Quran, terminological. So therefore, it's important to explain it. And number two, this was a well known style in the language of the Arabs, well known

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amongst the Arab to use oaths in speech, just like in English, we use a lot.

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So that's why the show goes on to mention.

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That's why the shift went on to mention this important topic of herbs, because it's one and amongst the Arabs Can I Can an Arabic And of course, it comes a lot in the end. So now let's look at how an oath is structured. an oath, when you take it, it's really made up of two parts.

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Number one, the object.

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So what's that, that what you're swearing by?

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When you say I swear by Allah object

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in Arabic that's called unlock them be.

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But when you take an oath, you don't just stop there. And I say, well, law II.

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And you walk out of the room, right?

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voila, he bought algebra and he stopped the conversation, right? No, there's a purpose to it. You take an oath by something. There's the subject of the earth. And that's the second part

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that you're swearing on.

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So that's the second part of the code. The first part is the object of the oath that was just swearing by something, I swear by Allah. And then there's the subject that which is swearing one I swear by Allah what I'm getting married. I swear by Allah what the subject is, I'm going to hudge for example. So there's the object and there's the subject, and the subject is alloxan. La, that was just wearing on La.

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Now let's look at the first part, the object of the oath. There are many like for example, the teen which is the fig Alice's with Dean. Allah says

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what Dean

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was the tone

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Olive

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will have it better than me for example. Now what's the purpose of taking an oath by these particular objects?

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to show

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its importance

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allows me to takes an oath by objects

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to show the importance of those objects

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or greatness

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of them

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all the virtues there's a lot of Baraka in it.

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A lot goes on to mention the Mount Sinai because it's the same mountain a lot with respect to Moosa on

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it's the same mountain in which

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masala Mazzola

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to listening

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to listen in so it's a blessing mountain. Why Because Allah spoke to moose are listed on a mountain at the same mountain in which Allah raised above the Jews to threaten them. What a foreigner folk okumoto

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Allah literally picked up a mountain of thought, and he threatened the Jews with it. Why?

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Because there's no other way with the Jews, no peace with them. There's only one way and that is to threaten them now. You can't talk peaceful talk with them. You can't come heavy bullets down let's discuss things. Let's negotiate now the only way of negotiating with them is via Hodge. Yami is via being stern and strict will lie there's no way there's no other way with the Jews. And after they the whole mountain was about to cross them. Okay, all right, we accept

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the suit of this is

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let's look at today for example, Palestine. What they're doing to the Muslims is not peace with them. They don't want peace, awesome. You can't have peace with these people. When the Prophet Allah He sought to sermon Tila Medina, he didn't exterminate them, they exterminate them. And as wisdom behind that, so we can see in history are they're the ones who always broke the contract broke that covenant book broke the treaty over and over wanted to assassinate Rasulullah the Prophet Allah, he sought us and gave them a chance, but these people don't want chances. So only one way and that is you have to live with these people.

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So the point is, to Please edit that last point, and I'll leave it in labor,

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labor kind of compromise everything I left them out, then they make you be so soft until you come like a mouse.

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Like labor vizury.

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But sometimes the primer you know, we get like that everything.

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If we if he ever if you keep compromising in the techniques of his relaxed umbrella, if you keep compromising, Johnny, how's the trees going to be known? True? How's the truth ever going to be known if you keep compromising the truth, you have to teach it at all almost done. And if you want to be a chef one day,

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you know, don't call me chef. I don't want that title. Well, it's a big responsibility online.

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Anyway,

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I gotta add a bit of a bit of humor to the lesson.

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So we will be fully talked about jihad.

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Now, it's useful Tambi is used to show the importance and greatness because there's you know, allows you could have taken an oath by anything but he took oath by particular things to show the importance to show the greatness for example, the the fig is a blended fruit. And also the olive and olive is actually more blessed because it's got multipurpose to it, you can use the fruit itself and you can use the oil from it because if we hear you if we skin upon and and this is something that we even understand in English that a person takes an oath by something that they deem important. They value. A person who's trying to take an oath and say I swear by my mother's grave because they value

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their mother, although that's not allowed. islamically you only take an oath by a law men can highly fan eleatic below Leah Smith, as per the profiling sort of slim statement. So but you understand the idea that a person takes an oath by something that they value. Have you ever heard a person say, I swear by my toenail

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sweeper

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or silver my pinky?

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I call a pinky swear that's why I value the value that but we understand that Allah azza wa jal takes an oath only by something important, although you're not allowed to take him by

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anything except by Allah azza wa jal. So therefore the common oath by the by the Lebanese today by the Navy, the Navy, by the life of the Navy not allowed. I hate the Kaaba, we are not allowed by law to say hi to law.

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Yeah, Rob, please hang up the coffee. No problem, but not the cabin. So better Rob was the life of

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You can tell

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Yeah, my parents they do.

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So therefore we're not allowed to take an oath for anything other than a law hazard. So that's the object However, that's not the purpose of taking an oath we said when you take an oath while law he, you try to draw their attention to the subject. So really in reality the subject which is an MLA, that's the main purpose of the oath

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This is where you want to get the listener to, is to draw their attention here

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and why is it done? It's done for tech key than Tokyo is done for confirmation.

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an emphasis

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and this includes removing of doubt

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so it's time to remove doubt to emphasize something so you're talking to someone and then I believe you will learn Hebrew right you're doing it to emphasize the point Don't doubt well I you know, I did it you know, I'm getting ready to come on Well, I am right you're doing it to emphasize something confirmation to remove doubt from that person's mind to draw your attention to it. So with once again we find sort of the thing that's the that's the topic today allows or just takes an oath by those things, why to draw their attention to the subject of the oath and that is an area for law the hollow tunnel in Santa Fe oscillator, that's the subject right there. No doubt about it that

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allows us credit us in the best way

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so that's basically a concept Mashallah we'll stop here. After the break, we'll continue with the narrative stories and we'll finish the book inshallah today.

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So panic Aloha, Mohammed Masha, Allah, Allah and Allah