Muhammad Al Bizry – Quraan – Episode 04

Muhammad Al Bizry
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the seven re citations of the Quran and their importance in the language. The speakers emphasize the need to be authentic in reciting the Quran in a different way, citing examples such as the use of shams and the use of "will" in different dialects. They also discuss the benefits of different animals and their unique cultural origins, as well as the importance of learning different types of art and reciting the Quran in various modes. The transcript concludes with a brief advertisement for a fitness program.
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Let's start with lesson seven. page three, I believe the seven re citations, what are the seven re citations, inshallah Tada. In this lesson, we're going to look at the following

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what the seven re citations are, or you could say,

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the seven out of

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that's really what the title of this lesson is.

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So the objectives are,

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we're going to look at number one, the ahaadeeth.

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Really related to the seven

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common translation of the seven out of the seven research stations, the seven forms the seven styles of reciting the Quran,

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then we're going to look at what they are,

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what are the seven out of

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his multiple opinions is up to 35, I'm going to give you just two which are the most popular.

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they seem to be one of the most adopted the most correct. So make it easy on you. As I said, I'm here to make it easy not make it difficult.

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And then we're going to look at the benefits of the seven out of why did Allah azza wa jal reveal the Quran in seven different styles, seven different modes.

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Because that's really what the seven out of

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it's a manner.

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in UK it's a permissible manner in reciting the Quran. There are seven different ways, among many.

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And then we're going to look at the period at

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which is commonly translated as the re citations.

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If you've ever heard a chef recite in a different manner, instead of saying Maliki or Medina, he says Maliki omitting, instead of saying, for example, for Tibet, you know, the famous ISO 202 site for data battle, things like this, these are permissible styles. So there's a cool little art and you might hear the right watch. Right?

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And you he was like that, what do they mean, and today we're going to explain that.

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Now I'm going to start off really easy, I'm going to summarize this whole lesson for you in one sentence.

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That way, from here on in, you'll get a fairly general understanding, a very simplified one at that. So be it, but it's important, but at least you actually know. In summary, what this lesson is all about. When we say the seven out of just remember this, it's a way of recited it's a way of reciting the Quran.

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It's a way of reciting the Quran.

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It's a way of reciting the Quran,

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that has been authentically attributed to the sort of law

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or some people might recite in a different manner. So it's a way number one of reciting the Quran.

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You can even say manner, no problem, or style.

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Number two,

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in a manner

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attributed to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because he informed us

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that the Quran was revealed in seven different styles and forms.

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And finally,

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in which the meanings

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never contradict.

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Yes, the Quran was ruled in seven different styles. Yes. But what's even more miraculous than that, is that none of the three citations ever contradicted meaning never.

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And that is remarkable to say the least if I told you this ad,

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has no contradictions in it. One put on Yes. What if I told you there are several different ways of reciting seven different styles and modes, and none of them contradict? That's far more than miraculous that is divine. There are seven different styles and they don't contradict Allahu Akbar. They have one book in of itself that doesn't contradict is amazing. But to have to recite that same book in seven different ways, seven different styles, and that don't contradict and meaning in meaning. And that is far more miraculous and fascinating.

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shows you how deep the Quran is. So that is in a nutshell what this lesson is about. The Quran was revealed to rasulillah in seven different styles, same Quran,

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and the meanings However, when you do recite in a different way, like we said, instead of saying Maliki only then you say molecule meaning they don't contradict in meaning, but rather it adds eloquence and depth to the meanings. So let's now start with the lesson itself. So if you understand this, and Hamdulillah, you've understood the rest of pretty much today's lesson and the objective of today's lesson.

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Let's look at the Hadith regarding the afterlife. And before we start that, firstly, when it comes to the Quran, the sciences of the Quran, this topic that I have indicated, is the most written about subject Believe it or not, when it comes to the science of Quran, this subject is the most written about SubhanAllah. So as I said, if you don't understand what we are about after today's lesson, not to worry, it's a very deep subject. But if you understood that what hamdulillah

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the scholars said, a student of knowledge must go over this topic. Every student of knowledge must study this, even if you don't wish to specialize in the clan. Some people love to specialize in either or fifth or sixth or whatever it may be. If you're a student of knowledge, you have to study this topic regardless Why? Because if you're a student of knowledge, and you don't know that there are other ways of reciting the Quran, then that can actually confuse you. It can be a fitna for you. Especially if you are involved in Darwin's the orientalist far they'll come to you know, say your clan is restored in different way. Now, it's not a different code, and it's the same code and

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Rasulullah told us about wasn't if someone came later on and said are you can recite the Quran in a different way? No. This quarter, as we said they have to be authentically traced back to the sulla then it's considered a para Cora. So if a orientalist comes to you and say, Wait, there's another way you can recite the Quran and you have the impression there's only one way and thus he can put doubt in your mind. It's very important that we understand this. And as we said, there are Hadith so let's start with the first objective. They are Hadith related to the truth. It says in your notes, the seven dialects and dissertations.

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The Hadith reports tell us that the Quran was actually revealed in seven out of seven, you could say dialectics, seven forms. All of those are brief translations of the word. And we're going to explain exactly what that means in a moment.

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But for now, if you wish to define a hero as style, or dialect, no problem.

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And this has been derailed by more than 10 of the profits, companions, and that are motivated also these narrations are motivated. What's the difference between motivated and had? What motivated

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70 multiple narrations in other words many Sahaba narrated that this occurred. And the two bodies that are usually underrated in this regard regarding this topic are number one, the Hadith of the Abbess and number two the Hadith of the Sham ignore Hakeem.

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Both of these bodies are found where

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a centum Mashallah

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hadith of a sham, even Hakeem, it just says hey Sham and you know, so you might want to add even Hakeem if you wish.

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So what are these narrations? As for Hadith, Abdullah ignoramus, he said, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said gibreel recited the Quran to me in one way, which was that the default recitation was that of the dialect of kurush. That was the default position. That was the default dissertation. The way of course, why, because the word Polish was the most eloquent of Arabic.

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he said, then I requested jabril Ali Salaam to recite the Quran in another way. And he continued Rasul Allah to ask him until he recited it in several ways, until he ultimately reached seven times seven different ways. So it also allowed us to be able to recite it in another way and he did so he asked him to recite it in another way and he did so and he kept asking him until how many different forms are revealed? Seven. So this is from Allah, it's divine debrett Ali Salaam recited to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That's the first Hadith. Second Hadith which is also found in Al Bukhari, as we said, is the hadith of hishammuddin Hakeem Amara, Toronto, the great Ahmad he was once praying

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behind the Sham Rolando insula, and he Sham even though Hakeem recited sorbitol for corn, however, he recited it in a way that Ahmad was not used to he's never heard of before. I might have said he felt like cutting off his prey and grabbing him. What are you doing? How can you recite in this way, however, he held himself and after the prayer, he grabbed him tied him up and took him to the Prophet salla Salah Mashallah, you don't mess with Omar, you want to come with an innovation you have to enter to him first. So he took him to the prophet and he said he is reciting your soul.

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He's reciting certain for fun in a different way that you told me. You can imagine what a solo said Take it easy.

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Take it easy Aleta silica mahalik he said firstly on time. Secondly, he said, recite, he told Amaro don't recite. And then he told he shamrock him to recite the same sort of, than or similar said hackathons in hackathons. Well, it was revealed like this, and it was revealed like that. So it'll Sula confirmed, confirmed that the Quran was revealed in different styles. And that shows you that also Allah wouldn't teach all the Sahaba. But a select few. And we're going to see why later on. Because these were the ones who would go out to the different lands as well. These were the same ones who were sent by Earth metal delanco to go and teach the other people. So this hadith is also

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another Hadith and it's motivated Rasulullah said in the Hadith and Quran, Allah Allah subhanaw taala this Quran was revealed in seven out of seven dialect or seven styles. So that's the I had this relating to that, therefore, let's not doubt this topic, it's authentic, that no doubt the Quran was really seven different styles. Those are the two Hadith you need to be aware of. So now what are the seven, you're not going to mention that there are 70 there, there are 35 different opinions 35 However, I'm going to keep it to two, the most popular.

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Your notes gone to mention the opinions, however, it seems to mix them up. So categorize them in the following the first that I have, in reality, the seven out of

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the seven Arabic dialects of the Arabs.

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The seven Arabic dialects

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was correct, the only Arab tribe to speak Arabic? No, there are many others. Thus, it was really in those other dialects as well.

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And number two,

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what are the out of

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the seven out of

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the seven ways or seven categories in which a word can be changed?

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So those are the two most popular and attributed opinions to what I have

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made it easy for you.

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Now I'm going to explain each one in detail.

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Is it clear so far? Is it a bit hard to follow? Honestly, that way I can? Yes.

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You know, it's sort of difficult and the way the way, the way it was combined, the way it was written was that it was written to accommodate for the other out of like we said Maliki or Medina right. You can This is how I treated Malik and Malik is written like this.

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So what else man did, he wrote it, he got the Sahaba Terada to combine the out of search within like that. So it's Malik and Malik.

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Combined, combine and to tobacco and tobacco in Arabic is written in the same way if you don't have the dots, because back then they didn't have the dots are so familiar with Arabic. So we discussed this a few weeks ago, I think we I think you were here, where we looked at tobacco and tobacco.

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hear ya hear what's been commonly renowned. The only known here is a particular research station, but not all parts of the world. Other parts of the world, they it's known for them to resort to Northwest and other parts it's in order to resort karate Nicosia and others it's not we're gonna see that in a moment inshallah. So

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tambien is like that. And

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sub but

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it's like that right?

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Now, if you were to take off the dots,

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looks exactly the same, it should

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say. So it was written in a way that it can accommodate for both

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or other styles. Now, so let's explain these. One of the one of these opinions in detail. Number one, let's go over the seven Arabic dialects. This seems the most correct. Well, the whole island. Why?

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Firstly, Quraysh wasn't the only Arab tribe to speak Arabic. Yes. But they were the basically that were the most eloquent.

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Or he was on top. They were the most eloquent however. There were other tribes namely, pick a name on

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that meme.

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Another one was as another one was banned. Oh sorry.

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Another one was aos

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and others there were other tribes. And these other tribes, they all spoke Arabic, but they had some slight differences. Just like today, the Egyptians speak different to the minis, wherever they speak different to Iraq and Iraq speak differently to without the shadow. Right. So it's all Arabic, but it's different. It's different. So the further out you went from Quraysh, in Mecca, the further out you went, the different that Arabic was. And we can relate to this today. Where was English, originally from? England. That's why it's called English, right? The UK. Now within the UK, if you expand out, there's a difference in the accent and the dialect. So the dialect is the UK dialect.

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And from that you have different ways and accents. So you have Scottish, Irish, you have Wales, you have the Isles, and you keep on going right. Now if you keep on going even further, you get to America, and they speak totally different to people in the UK, that isn't English. It is, as you can see, you can relate to this and keep going past the oceans. Where do you go? You get here, Australia, the Ananda completely different to the Americans and the British. So as you can see, it's all English. But there's different ways different ways of pronouncing words and different words, in fact, altogether. So think of it like that. So

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the Quran came Yes, primarily in the dialect of Quraysh. However, it also was revealed in other dialects seven Arabic dialect dialect to accommodate for the other tribes. In other words, to make it easy, it was sent for ease, and that goes on to the next part. Why were they sent to make it easy on the other Arab tribes to recite the Quran and memorize?

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Because just because there are herbs, it doesn't necessarily mean that can all speak like Quraysh. Just like here, just because we all speak English, it doesn't mean we can necessarily speak in the British accent, or speak in the American accent, right? Can anyone speak in the British accent? Yeah.

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Hands up if you can.

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And I'm not going to get you to do it by hands up if you can. One, one and a half to three, right? Most people can't. What about the American accent? I don't know if you want to anyway, but one, two. So just as you understand, and they understood as well, they understood. So it wasn't if it was a different word that they didn't even understand altogether. However, at times, it would be a different way that they weren't sure of, but it was revealed in that other dialect. So to make it easier for the Arab tribes, and I'm going to give you some examples of this. An example would be battle acid. Battle acid is a tribe

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that you may want to add as well.

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By no acid,

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do not recite the tag with a Fatah. So you have the letter with a Fatah. No, don't do it. Then replace it with a Castro. For example, Allah azza wa jal says, What does what do we do? The Day of Judgment? The faces become blackened? That's what that they say this word dude, would you do this? What do we do you say? So that's another way of reciting the Quran. No problem. It was revealed as dust sweat do and it was real this this word do. It's not a change in meaning. It's just a way of reciting. It's like saying tomato or tomato.

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Data, Data, chance, chance.

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Different ways of saying a word that is it. That is it. Sometimes it's the re citation and pronunciation of a particular word. Sometimes a different word is used together, but has the same meaning. For example, if not bested, I didn't know that meaning I felt that this word is in the plan. In fact, there's a whole surah named after this word so to faulted what is faulted.

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Now that's fatter,

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and fatter. Foul blood is harlot creator, makeup by deer, but their main creator but they are semi white, he will have felt a little somewhat the same way. If my best said when this I was really didn't know what it meant. Until I saw two men arguing and disputing overwhelmed. They were from another tribe. One of them was saying Anna levy for Anna levy Hoffer to her I created it. The other one said Anna levy photo to her. I created it. So as you can see, he wasn't aware of this word. Then he goes now I realize what faulted meant. So it was a word that wasn't known to correlation wasn't used amongst Quraysh wasn't used by other tribes used it. So both were revealed this Holocaust

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similarity word. There's whether you're a similarity word felted or semi what you love, all of them refer to the Creator of the heavens and the earth. So as you can see, it's not a contradiction in meaning. That's a very, very important point that you need to highlight over and over. These arrows do not contradict in meaning. Never have never will. to please write that somewhere. That's a very, very important note. Note

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I think we wrote that they were right that they don't contradict. Yes. Okay, so keep that as a note. There's no contradictions in meaning.

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And that's far more miraculous. It's far more reckless in just having one book that don't contradict one means.

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So, this seems to be the most correct opinion. Why does anyone need this?

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Why does it seem to be the most correct? Because these Ashraf were not revealed in Mecca. When did Allah reveal these different all of these different forms and styles and reciting the Quran? After a very significant event,

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after many people accepted Islam, and many tribes accepted Islam after the Treaty of

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de Bie. That's when the olive oil revealed to indicate only when other tribes outside is started to accept Islam. They weren't familiar with the recitation of kurush and the language thoughts that's when the Art of War revealed because in the beginning in Mecca

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was the believers many know in the early stages very few. And over time it began to expand Yes, but very slowly have a when did it really expand? What did we say after the Treaty of de beer?

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After the Treaty of whoa de beer?

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That's when many tribes started to accept Islam Yes, oh started to come in from all over from the far from temi and from Bengal acid, etc. So that's when Allah azza wa jal revealed that I have to accommodate for them so that's why we said this seems to be the most correct opinion and my strongest will the whole island that the seven out of are in fact the seven dialects of the Arab tribes.

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And that's a very important point to note that the arrows were not revealed in the beginning like that, rather was only to accommodate ease. Now imagine there was some person claiming Prophethood in the UK and he had this revelation right from the Shelton and his reciting in the English language but it's more Shakespearean English. Now if his message reaches America and Australia it's going to be very hard for people to recite it in that manner you can appreciate but if it was revealed in another style according to Australian English, then yes, people can accommodate to that in Australia. So basically, it was revealed to accommodate these two communities. And let me give you

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another way.

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Another example sorry, let me give you another example of the seven different dialects in the area where a large adult describes the story of use of use of La Salaam was extremely

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handsome extremely handsome drop dead gorgeous basically if you want to say like that. And when the wife of Allah is is saw him of course you want to take him out on Xena with him? So she entered the room and she locked the doors extremely tight. And what did she say to him? Just call it Allah Allah we just said call it hydrolock

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Here I am I'm all yours take me that's what it means. That's what she said team take me or let tighter luck another way of reciting it or Let's pay to look at it look call it hit to lock and unlock

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all of those ways are acceptable no secrets.

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Yeah, so different ways.

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Arabic English maybe we will do in the end in the end.

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Or that way we can we can finish the content inshallah. Tada. So hey, tallac Hi Tilak Hey, Tilak hit to black hair analog. All of those ways are accepted. It's upon Allah.

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Shani, it's as if and II know in a way it's as if Allah azza wa jal is telling us that she was using any means possible to say please just take me this take me I mean, that's how desperate she was any means possible. So palombo rG so even though she has a hurry who don't want to 124 Hijri. He said, The seven out of are different in re citation and pronunciation never in meaning.

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So azhari

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that the differences in race are the difference. Different.

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You could say dialect now that you understand what dialect is,

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are in fact,

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different in re citation

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or pronunciation

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but never in meaning.

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Let's go on to the next category. One opinion was dialects yes was the other

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good. The seven out of the seven categories or seven ways a word can change. Sometimes a word will change in a Fatah casilla the pronunciation sometimes a word will change based on the dots, like tabea northborough, just changing letters. Sometimes I word will change altogether instead of faulted. It's Harlock is that of color, it's faulted. Sometimes a word will change with the Hamza being dropped. It's called a sealed hammer that instead of saying Obi Wan Kenobi, Prophet good, Mashallah. It'll be knobby, knobby, knobby. So it's the same word. It's just say Hamza. Let's cross wash. Yeah, I you had maybe I didn't make a mistake. It's actually same word maybe. And in fact,

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that's the, that's the that's actually the way the word was originally pronounced because of nabba. The Hamza, so nabee, etc. So that's, so there's actually other ways of reciting. So let's write those ways. The seven ways a word can change. I'm not going to write all seven. I'm just going to write three. So what are the seven ways or seven categories for a word change? This is the second opinion as we said.

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It could change number one, either.

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By re citation of the Hamza.

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Hamza looks like this. I usually find that on top of an aloof

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but not all the time. So sometimes it's you. Sometimes it's pronounced sometimes it's not. Another way word can change is the letters.

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A letter may change instead of the way

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it'll be for

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what what's the difference?

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Well, and first, among the many functions, they are hollow fat in Arabic. Basically, think of it as end they both mean end.

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Well, I have

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felt a

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while wila feller, the back end. If I said the hot summer was in a

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summer word zenobia. If I said the hot summer fuzziness, it both means they both entered.

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The hot summer was in a summer and Zeinab entered the hot summer for Zainab summer and Zara entered. And what the Fed does, it just adds meaning the fat usually means mubashir quicker, quicker. So it gives you more meaning.

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But they don't contradict they both mean No, but one can give you a deeper meaning.

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Number three, finally, we're not going to take all seven.

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It could be a change in the word. In other words, a synonym will be used in Arabic that's called Mottola diff. a synonym is mo Terada, what's the synonym?

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different word but same meaning good, different word.

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But same meaning.

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Sorry, I wrote at the bottom of the board for me right on top, let me know, that's the third, a different word but same meaning. Like saying big and large. That's called a synonym. Big and large. It's the same word. I mean, it's the same meaning but different words, like saying small and little, mean the same thing? Yes, different word. So sometimes it will be a different word. But it's the same meaning as we said, faulted and Harlock. Another example, would be as in your notes, in your notes. Hello, ma means come to our means come. After Bell means come, I layer means come. Sometimes those words are changed. And that's the opinion mentioned in your notes. But because it went on to

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mention a few other things put together, I categorize them in the two opinions that are

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most popular, and it seems the first one was the most correct. So it goes on to mention in your notes, those are different examples of synonyms using the colon. They both mean to come, it's never going to have one main to come and other means to go away. You see, they all mean to come, but what the difference would be is adding extra meaning and eloquence, for example, how Luma is come here, but it's somewhat on the same level. Where a star means to come here, yes, but if you're on top or you're in a position of authority, like you say to your child doll because it comes from Allah to come up. If you're on a position of authority to your kids, you say Todd was if it's on the same

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level to your sister in Islam, you say hello, Mama.

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So they both mean they come but one adds meaning. That's all. That's all. And that's beautiful because in the end when Allah azza wa jal is talking with authority, and he's calling the kuffaar. to Islam, he says dilo. Otherwise Islam is appear you come up to us, whereas other times halloumi is used, but not the same context. They see how the, you won't get those eloquent meanings in the translation. So in summary, sisters, the seven out of there are 35 opinions. However, what are the two we mentioned today? What's the first the seven out of

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seven dialects? Why?

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Why seven dialects?

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This facilitate is for the other tribes, we said that courage wasn't the only tribe to speak Arabic rather than others. And they couldn't speak the first half chorus because they were the most eloquent. And what's the proof for this? It seems the strongest proof that it's to accommodate for the dialects of the other tribes, because when will they have revealed

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after the trade have had a be a good why, when

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good, Islam started to grow, tribes outside of Mecca accepted Islam therefore lowers accommodating for them. Good. And the second opinion was, this was a second opinion.

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Perfect seven ways a word can change. Sometimes in the writing of a word, sometimes the word will be replaced completely, but there's never a contradiction in the meaning. Let's go on to the next part.

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The benefits,

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namely one benefit of these animals, these different dialects and styles of reciting the polar

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ease. That's right, we've already taken that. So that's good. So the benefits going to mention a few and these are in your notes.

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Does anyone know what page it says Muslim scholars have put forward a number of benefits for the Muslim Ummah bottom of 38. Excellent. bottom of page 38. It says the Muslim scholars have put forward a number of benefits for the oma deriving from the revelation of the Quranic message in several modes, dialect styles, etc. Among these are the most important Among these, The following are the most important. Number one to facilitate ease. So if you don't have the note or item for you in summary here on the board.

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We've already discussed that. And there is a famous story one of the coura of is the Muslim oma one of the Quran in Islamic history. He was trying to teach an Arab Edwin the area to Bella home, which means glad tidings to them to them, they believe is to Bella home. So he said, leave Allah home. He's a veterinarian from another tribe couldn't say fullbacks at gleyber. He said Toba. He said playbar. Okay, I've got him now, too. He said, Please, please.

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So the scholar said sadaqa Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Messenger of Allah spec truth. In other words, it was meant to accommodate his otherwise if it was only told that this man could be falling into glory, because he's, he's hearing and he's telling you, but he couldn't help it. It couldn't help it. So that's a very yummy, it's a funny story, but it's true. It shows you it's meant for his

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number to to show the unique nature of the Quran. The uniqueness of the Quran

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are the books of revelation of the Scriptures don't have that. Find me a book in the world that can be recited in seven different styles and modes, yet none of them contradicted meaning find me one book, in fact, find me a book a single book, in and of itself, it doesn't contradict its meanings. You can't find every single book on the face of the planet, apart from the Quran, and Willa Harlem, so he had Buhari, most authentic book after the crown, don't have any contradictions in meanings don't have any contradictions. Well, hamdulillah once elymas Jeffrey, he was authoring a book and he revised it 40 times. At the end of the 40th revision, he still found mistakes. And in other words,

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he was proofreading at 40 times. He still found mistakes after 40 years time. He said, Carlos, I give up. Yeah, Bella, and your team make it happen. And lakita Allah has refused to perfect any book, but his book has sent it to print already. It's still going to be mistakes, we just have to accept it. And that happened to us here when we're trying to print off the calendars for the listener will Jamal many years ago, whereas you know the calendars that have ahaadeeth ar etc. So we have to check everything the times the ahaadeeth the words, so there's no errors. In how many revisions we made proofreading.

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we drafted a 50 times proofread it 50 times around five people. We still found mistakes. We had to send it to print otherwise it wouldn't be out in time. So his call off just send it to print with mistakes 50 times upon a calendar, but 12 months worth right how many pages can you get how many pages

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No clan are a single mistake hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen that is the Quran. So another benefit of the Ashraf

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is to explain the legal ruling and more details

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to add detail

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to ACA rulings

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for example the I have will do a lot of justice and I'm sure you've started this with Chef or was half yeah are you letting me know? Are you who believe either come to me lasala first zero would you welcome Allah as we just said, If you stand up if you intend to pray in a home to Minnesota, folks, you will do hakama idea Camaro maraca wash your faces and your arms up to the elbows. One subtle bit of OC can wipe your heads

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what to do lecom ella Cobain and wash your feet. Now, I'm not going to get into the details of this ayah but basically, whenever you hear the fat ha right the

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the sound it means to wash due to the grammar rules and I'm not going to get into otherwise we may lose some people and when you hear he the Castro it means to wipe

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the car. They wipe the legs or they wipe their feet they don't wash them Why? Because they don't understand the Arabic grammar of this ayah Allah as we just said wash what would you hakam means to wash? Yes. Would you have come and wash ID yakko Fatah.

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However, when it came to the wiping he said once the whole biru SQL because of the bat, the bat makes a word after it majority. He like Bismillah he right Bismillah Bismillah her so the bat makes it casserole. So wipe your row seek them to wipe your head. He didn't say what to do lick him, he said our Joe lakum accom. In other words to wash their feet. So the shower they don't even understand Arabic Now they don't understand Arabic grammar. So they wipe their feet all the time, all the times of Panama. It just shows you how ignorant they are when it comes to the IRS. So what is it? Allahu Allah? They understand? Yeah, exactly. That's true, what do they understand? So by

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understanding the clearer, it actually adds more detailed tooling. So that's how it is. However, there's another Research Station, where instead of adding V to the feet, it's a warm Sahabi to see calm while you liquid. In other words, wipe your head and your feet and add more room add more detail to the ruling. A larger is also teaching us there are times when you can why you see so there are times when you can wipe but the default is to wash. But Allah azza wa jal also revealed the other way to indicate that you can wipe the feet. And what's amazing is that you don't have the other way of reciting the ayah. When it comes to the face, you don't wipe the face. So as always,

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when it comes to the face that is mentioned in other words to wash the face. But there's a different dissertation when it comes to the feet because at times you can wash as a default position and that time you can wipe out hamdulillah. So to add more detail to the rulings on the outcome.

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Another benefit of the Ashraf is to add eloquence.

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For example, Malik kiyomi, Dean and Malik.

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Malik means what?

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no, not malloc. Oh, no, you're referring to SR malloc. malloc is king.

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Now, when you say malloc, you mean you're saying allows the owner now an owner of something isn't necessarily a king? Yes. I own this ring. I'm not gonna say I'm the king of this ring. That's silly. No one talks like that. I own a pin. You don't walk around saying I'm the king of this pin. I'm so relaxed Habibi, you're just an owner of it. So being an owner doesn't necessarily make you a king. But being a king doesn't necessarily make you an owner as well. For example, the King of Saudi Arabia, if you lived in Saudi, yes, he's the king of the country. But he doesn't own everything. He doesn't own your watch. He doesn't own your bag. It doesn't own your phone doesn't own your car. So

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he's the king, but he's not the owner. And you could be an owner but you're not a king. So by saying Malik, Yeoman and malakian within what are you saying that Allah is the owner, and the king is the owner of everything. And he's the king of everything. See the eloquence see the beauty, the amazing, where's the personal read Malika? Allah is the owner, yes, but he's not the king. But no, there's another way as another way, he's also the king. So both of them go hand in hand and add deeper meaning and eloquence upon law.

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Another benefit of the Ashraf to prove the miraculous nature of the Quran. I think we've already discussed this.

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Show the miracle of the Quran without contradiction.

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And seven styles. That's amazing. And finally, two points that aren't mentioned in your notes.

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These are two extra benefits that I found that are not in your notes so please add them.

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So continue here with six

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to prevent stagnation

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to remove stagnation in rehabilitation

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what sub What's something that's stagnant

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doesn't move Yes.

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In other words to prevent the Quran being recited in a monotone manner, monitor infection one way, but because it's different color Earth, what does it do? It prevents that stagnation from occurring. For example, when you go to a hotel or lecture, the shift is like an hamdulillah in Amador wanna stay in or when I still feel when I will be late early mysuru Diem for cinnamon Surya Tomatina

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before the sleep in two minutes, but when there's different ups and downs and several different ways, it actually makes you more attentive. That's why you can never fall asleep and shift phase classes never fall asleep. Even if you want it to fall asleep or shift phases classes you can't because to Batticaloa you whisper, whisper and then you try to listen and then you'll go rah rah. And then you just like butter. So yeah, as Jeff said in others, so there's benefits in there and Mohammed hopeless as well happy the hilum Allah preserve all of the machines and our speakers. So everyone has a different styles of panelists. So those different styles keep you energized. But if

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you only had one style, then you could get bored of it. But there's different styles and it motivates the student knowledge also to learn the other pillar art. And you'll see some part of this so much to learn with more than one book, but there's so many things you can learn. So, system or we said that's an extra note that was not in your notes. A benefit is to prevent stagnation and seven Finally, another benefit I found

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was to show that the court any Superior

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is the superior revelation.

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And book when it comes to the other books and other scriptures. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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the earlier books such as what

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the total in jail, Sam's aboard good, those earlier books will be revealed from one door of heaven, one door in one half. So one door one half one style. However, the Quran was revealed from seven doors in heaven in seven different amazing only for the Quran. And if you remember last week, we showed that the Quran contains the best of the Torah, the best of the indeed the best of those aboard, and it's got its own special virtue. And now this Hadith, Allahu Akbar and in the Quran is just far above all the other books and that's what a solo was the best of profits. And he was the best by far the best messenger, the best profit the best slave, and he's given the best of books in

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the midst of revelations as well. Amazing. That is Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. And finally I'll conclude with what are

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what are the products?

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The words clearer ads is plural for para. What is clear, I mean,

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recite, read, write, that's why the word Accra, and that's where the word came from. Well, that's what sorry, this word came from Accra, and Cora, which means to read to recite. So corrupt means to read Cora means to read zakharova means to read and to recite. So that's what the word Clara means. In other words, the pharaoh ads are the research patients that are attributed to Rasulullah that are motivated, motivated, that's very important. Multiple narrations have come in this style, of communist style. It's attributed to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and it's in accordance with the script of the mostof. So if you go to the next page, or I believe it's on that page, or the final

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page, it says the criteria for accepting any cry Yes, the final page of your notes.

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What is the criteria for accepting any for

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correctness according to Arabic grammar,

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agreement with the written text of those men

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traced back to the process of loss eliminate a reliable and authentic manner.

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last page, last page of units

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what is the killer?

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It's basically the it's an authentic way of reciting the Ashraf. It's an authentic way of reciting the act of like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did now how do you know if it's authentic? You need to have those conditions the criteria is correct according to the Arabic grammar However, if Arabic grammar disagrees with the Quran, the Quran is taken because Arabic grammar in fact came from the Quran. That's something to add

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It's in agreement with almost half of us man. And it's traced back to a lot reliably to the Prophet. However, however ad motivated at multiple narrations. So basically, it's as follows a price

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research station

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of the Quran

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that is

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traced back to the prophet

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in a reliable and authentic manner

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that is

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It is numerous narrations, it has numerous narrations that cannot be considered false. It's motivated in nature.

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And for

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in agreement with the most half of Earth men.

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See why all those earlier lessons they're very important because when you hear the word most half man, you understand what we're talking about, because we've taken that last week. So all of these topics are they all intertwine they connect with each other. So as long as the person reciting the Quran which version of the Quran in a manner that Rasulullah told us and it's traced back to the Prophet

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it's motivated in nature and in agreement with the most of our with men. So three I mentioned there, but not the motivated so you may want to add that to your notes.

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But that seems to be the correct order.

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The correctness according to Arabic grammar, this difference of opinion, because grammar actually came from the Quran.

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So that's written and the Quran Allah region uses eloquent language. And therefore, therefore at times, Allah azza wa jal will, may use a rule, which is an exception, for an exception with Allah, for example, I had the what I had is only used in particular circumstances, when you wish to negates. That's the only time you can use a had in singular form. For example, you want to say someone came you don't say yeah, I had no you said you were head. So you can only use a head in singular form when you're negating to say, laser honeck. I had, there's no one here or magic. I had no one came. But you can't use a hadwin. With singular and to affirm No, to single and affirm you

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don't use a head, use your head. A head is only used in singular form we're talking about when you wish to negate but Allah has used an exception in called hawala had, there's no negation that a large will broke the rule because why a lot of that is not bound by rules. He breaks all the rules when it comes to his name, as well and his name's Paula, you can't restrict How can you restrict something so great the names of Allah. For example, when you make when you use a last name, like r Rahmani r Rahim, or alcovy or allergies, when you call upon his name, you take off the Le flam, right. You say? Yeah, Aziz? Yeah. Ramen. Yeah.

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Always. So you don't put Alireza? Yeah. Rama No, it's Yeah. Robin. You don't say? Yeah. alcovy? You know, yeah. COVID. But when it comes to Allah, would you say? Yeah, Allah, le flam states exception. exception. So Allah is names. They are beyond restriction they have behind. That's how the names of Allah are amazing or light, they break the rules of the Arabic grammar, they break the rules. Amazing. So that's why there's some difference of opinion according to that opinion. So what are the parrot if you look on the page before, unfortunately, taking you back but that was important to understand what the Quran is.

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The throw ads in the tomograph man, of course, they knew what the correct word and you had to recite the Quran in different ways. They were initially traced or they were initially attributed to the city in which men said the most have to say, for example, the most happy sent to Iraq with a particular way of reciting it. It was called Clara at Alinea, Iraq, the research station of Iraq or if it was sent to Mecca, it was called the recitation of Mecca, karate le Mecca. It was sent to Basra It was called recitation of the Basra. However, however, as the Muslim oma expanded, there were some people who were falsely attributed to the prophet or reciting the Quran in a manner that

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is not traced back to the Salah, or it wasn't in agreement with the most

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suffer with men. Therefore, what did the Sahaba have to do? What are the Tabby and have to do standardize them put rules, therefore, no one can come up with something different. They did that to protect the Earth. So a man by even Mujahid, even Mujahid, in the second century hijiri in the eighth century of Christian era, he standardized the Quran into its particular research stations. And he entitled a book called 100 of the seven readings or the seminary citations, as it says in your notes, and this correlate with an attributed not to the city anymore or not to the companions, but rather, to particular scholars who had mastered the camera, and were teaching and learnt it

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well. And it was motivated nature and they became famous for the recitation. So who were these people? And because it happened in the second century, of course, many of those haba were not around so they had to attribute it to them as the names only it's only an attribute with the names doesn't mean that they invented the car. So when you say alcohol, he doesn't mean alcohol. He invented this hadith. It's from Rasul Allah, but it's called al Bukhari because you know, he standardized particular rulings and so forth. So who were these are other men it says in the list of readers where it says the seven there are seven, NASA he is the one of the route he used to recite the

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particular Quran in in one of the arrows. Therefore, his re citation was named after him. Which rotation of the Ashraf that he would recite it was named after him, so this

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is also pirotte even considered the Spirit.

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The Spirit of the Spirit awesome. This is what we commonly read. Usually when we recite we recite in arson,

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Aciman house right.

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However, a common one would be cut out wish. So we commonly recite tuffs hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Avraham, Maliki amiti nascara tuffs however Coronavirus would be molecule mediante usually the most common ones after our tuffs and cannot wash. However, there are others like karate Hamza, and quad ltci. So that was standardized in his time, not that he invented the heart of no Audible, he just traced them back to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam using these great men who had mastered that particular dissertation. Will la hotel Harlem. We ask Allah azza wa jal to grant us a deeper understanding of his book, amin panicle lahoma hamitic estado en la isla, a stockbroker wanting to

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and I will mention a funny story that will that's related to this a Sheikh Mohammed Al amin Ushahidi is a great scholar, Li Li, who went out of Riyadh, when he was in a reorg, the Imam who used to lead the press was upset one day. So what did he do? He of course had to lead the people said, okay, you lead you're a great amendment scholar. So he was used to recite karate Welsh.

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While the people in Riyadh were used to karate laughs like what we know, they weren't used to karate was so what happened? he recited Maliki Ahmed Deen people correcting him.

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Because Okay, he's gonna have to just keep on going, they kept on going. And he recited Of course, different words according to what they were used to different notation. So after the prayer and old man came up to him, and he said, if you don't know how to recite the Quran, then why are you leading because someone else said, it's a big scholar telling him if you don't know how to recite the Quran, get someone else to read. So a chef was shocked at realized it's not appropriate to recite in a different manner. And people who are not aware of these different elephant cannot, it will be a fitna for them be fitness so be careful. If you do a particular style of presentation, then don't

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recite it to show people Mashallah you know, and they're not aware of it, it could be a fitness for them and that could cause doubts in their minds. So therefore, he learned a very valuable lesson while Hamza and he taught them thereafter.

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You can have a break now sisters for half an hour. Is that enough time half an hour

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40 minutes okay. So come back it's tough.

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We can't unfortunately because of the time if we if we pray at 115 that means we'll finish at around one say well we'll be back here at 130 and then how are we going to have time to finish Hadith and

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and the sister and we've already said the timetable sisters come for work from work but not just that we've already set the timetable for salah and if we change it now it will be very difficult because some sisters only come for the modules. way this is going to stay until it's daylight savings

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sure come back in half an hour so at one o'clock

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all you need to go no problem

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that's fine. No problem.

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So there you go.

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Yes, sister. Yeah.

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I'm gonna stay in Charlotte for

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life when we're trying

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to just use the words that you know where if you're gonna read in a rice citation, you should read the whole. Yeah, let's try the whole. So if he starts off with words finish with washed, yeah, if he starts off with half finished with a

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very good question. No, that's why we said it's

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no No, no, because otherwise it's going to open the book to open it's opening the door for playing with the Quran and we're not allowed to do that that's why we said it. It's a dissertation that's traced back authentically so if there is no delille not allowed.

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No, no. So otherwise everyone will do it. And then you have different nuts how the Jews and the Christians corrupted the book.

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No problem give you assessments to me or admin Nora system?

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There's no word.

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That's true. No, this is telling you Allah is the first to as in sort of a gloss till you who Allah is the next to tell you who Allah isn't. So Allah has a had a lot of sama, that's who he is. lamella dweller Murad one immunocal, who Allah isn't and that's found in the Shahada.

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You're saying what you're saying is only one I had means unique. It's not just one. But it's one and unique because something could be one. Also, I have one pin, but it's not unique. There are others. But if there was a pin that no one else had, that's called.

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If I had an iPhone six, I have one of them. But it's not unique. Everyone has an iPhone or a lot of people do. If I said I have an iPhone seven that I had. It's unique. No one has an iPhone seven, for example. But it's telling you who Allah is is unique. When I say Allah is unique, I'm telling you who he is. It's affirming who he is. It's like La Ilaha. Illallah is like la isla is negation in in LA LA. Who is like, isn't Allah unique? Allah is like a hug. But that part of the shadow is what? affirmation on affirmation. It's like I had

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no idea. But by the way, that rule was only for singular, singular. It's 100 is only used to negate because sometimes you can use 100 in what is called

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a doctor when you put 100 in another word, like you said, I had to nurse one of the people. I had to select one of the setup that can be used in affirmation or problem like Yama had you say, that's fine, but if it's singular, I had is only used to negate mother would you?

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Yes, sister.

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No problem, sister. No problem.

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