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Reasons For Revelation


AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history of revelation in Arabic and the use of "verbal" language in media. They stress the importance of understanding context and timing of events for optimal research. The transcript describes incidents and topics related to Islam, including accusations of bribery, divorce, and the use of "has" in the title of the book. The speakers stress the importance of learning in order to understand and interpret the topic, and the need for clean language. They also discuss the benefits of studying the topic and finding the right person to speak with. The transcript provides examples of three books with information about the Quran and the language.
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A woman will. So let's start with Quran and we are on lesson eight reasons for revelation as Babel nosode.

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So go to page 44 in your notes, lesson eight reasons for revelation.

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What does that mean reasons for revelation in Arabic it's as baboons zone.

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Sometimes I at verses will be revealed for a particular reason.

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In other words, a sub sorry, sure, as baboons news,

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when is revealed for a particular reason, then that is called Sabu. Very easy. Sometimes an incident will occur sometimes a question will be asked to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and first Wiley casilla. And thus, it will be revealed regarding that incident or that question. That is basically what a suburban Rizzoli is. In summary, if you understood that Alhamdulilah understood today's lesson, we can in the pinnacle of Mohammed, a shadow and

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you probably love that but of course, there's more to it the Quran isn't cheap reading. It's not cheap reading where you can just read it and understand everything you want go rather, it's more deeper than that. It's not like a novel or a book or a chapter from a magazine.

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But rather, it's extremely deep and that's why you've noticed over these last few weeks, it's gotten deeper and deeper and deeper. And sometimes you miss one lesson. You could be left behind but don't let shaytaan deceive you even if you've missed a lesson or two or three still come because shaitan doesn't want you to attend. And he'll whisper that to you who whisper look saying you've missed one lesson. Just come back next to him as many people have decided Unfortunately, some people missed one or two lessons and they said look, I'm not going to come anymore Come back next time. And then when it comes to an external self missed out to him too, I might as well just start next year. Next year

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comes I look I missed out the first year of the diploma I'll do the year after and that'll show it on once at this wave salmon minsi Hamish shade on procrastination is an error from the arrows of sheet one he wants you to procrastinate.

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So don't let ahaadeeth Yes, to sweep so don't don't came from Siena sofa sofa. later on. I'll do it later on sofa to sweep. So that's what he wants. He wants you to procrastinate.

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Procrastination is an arrow from the arrows of Shetland.

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Have you heard of the joke of the you know procrastinations anonymous. You know, there was a club called procrastinators anonymous, they get together and they discuss their problem of procrastination, like Alcoholics Anonymous and so on, so forth. So, first one sign up. So it gets to the meeting is said meeting postponed till next week, because I procrastinated it. So but that's what happens.

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Yesterday, you said tomorrow, so just remember that.

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So even though you've missed out, every lesson you find is a new lesson. Every week is a new lesson for us, it's always important to attend.

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So what we're going to discuss in this lesson

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is the following.

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We're going to look at number one, some examples.

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As the other would say,

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for different McCall with examples, things are made clear. So we're going to give some examples of a struggling resort and then we're going to give a definition of it

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based on what your notes say.

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And then we're going to look at how to identify

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the reasons for revelation.

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In other words, you can't just apply this heading as baboons on every single area, but rather there are criteria that you need to follow and apply to ensure that something an ayah was revealed in a pet for a particular context or for a particular incident or question.

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And then we're going to look at the benefits of this topic.

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And finally books dedicated to revenues or raises revelation. So quickly, what did we say is

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correct. What does that mean?

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Good. The reason and I a verse was sent down or something

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The sutra would be sent down. So when an incident would occur or a question will be asked, at times a larger agenda will reveal as concerning those incidents or questions and first, they will have the title of us bamboo.

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Yes, that's the Arabic version. And the word as Bab is the plural for sub seven means reasonable cause, like someone did something, and or your child broke the window, you can enter sub, right? You're the reason for that. You're the cause. And nizoral comes from Nasrallah that can come down because the revelation came down. So let's start with the notes. In your book it says the first page. The Quran is a book of universal guidance for all peoples in all times, until the day of judgment, showing them the correct path in their relations with their Creator, and in their relations with themselves as individuals and groups. So the Quran no doubt is a guidance for all

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people in all times in all areas in places. However, as it says next, at the same time, the Quran was revealed to particular man, one man Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam living in a specific time and place among a specific community. On occasions, certain events would occur about which the prophets followers were unsure, or on other occasions, they might actually ask him about some matters which were unclear to them. In response to these and similar needs, verses were revealed to the Prophet. These events represent the context in which revelation came and are referred to us as as bamboozle reasons for revelation. The Quran therefore, uses the particular to give instructions

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of universal guidance. So although sometimes as to refer to specific people or incidents, it's specific, but there are a broader lesson is general. So for example, for example, so little girl thought it was revealed because of the haters, those who attacked and insulted the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in Shania, who was the one who he opposes. You know, Mohammed, he is up door. Oh, that was the older that was revealed in regards to LA signal and Abu lahab. And Abu Jamal. The message is universal. The guidelines are general. In other words, anyone who comes in the future, it has that same mentality and opposes in a Texas law, he is upset as well. So although Yes, it's

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specific in context, at times, the lessons are general in meaning. So that's very important to understand.

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So what are some examples now? The first is Hola.

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Hola, Oliver.

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came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day. And she complained to him alayhi salatu salam about her husband, as many wives do. She said yes to the law.

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Not all was of course, she said jasola. My husband, my husband, took my youth for years. And I gave him everything as a young woman. And my stomach was stretched for him. In other words, I delivered kids for him. And I did this and I did that. And now he says, You are like the back of my mother. That is a expression for divorce. It's called the heart, the heart from her back, you will like the back of my mother. In other words, he cut me off, and you are how long for me now, and that is not allowed. So she came and complained to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and it shows in the next room. She said I could barely make out the words I can just hear mumbling and I can make out a word here

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and there. A blessing is He who heard her complaints above seven heavens and revealed the layout of Sultan Medina for the semi Allahu COVID allottee to judge the look and feel which Allah revealed a lot about this woman and her complaints to the Messenger of Allah. In other words, the opening Ayat of surah mujer de la so those are yet were revealed in the context of this incident. So the suburb The reason for that revelation was the complaint of whole have been to talaga. So as you can see, that is an example of a suburban zone.

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What's amazing is I just said you want me to turn off this

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or pull it down inshallah.

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Thank you very much.

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The fact that our shadow Dylan said, or the fact that Allah azza wa jal revealed, this is from verse seven heavens actually

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shows you the power of hearing. And that's the meaning of SM er. It came from seminar to hear a lot a seminar, the one who hears in all times in all places. And he he's the footsteps of the end. In the depths of the night, he hears it. And he sees it. He sees the black and working on the Black Rock on the Black Mountain, in the depths of the darkness, that is a Lhasa region. And what's amazing is that Allah azza wa jal he he is every single person

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at the same time, in whatever language is speaking in, and that does not confuse a lot in the slightest. You know, when you're on your phone, on your phone talking to someone, and another person is talking to you at the same time, very confusing, very confusing, you can't understand two or even three people talking at once. A lot of a gel doesn't just understand two people or 20 people or 200 or 2000 or 2 million, but rather approximately 7 billion people speaking at the same time, and that does not confuse a lot despite their various languages. That is the meaning. Yeah.

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Amazing, amazing, that exactly that those are proof that no doubt the Quran is the word of Allah Subhanallah RG so that's one example. One example, a Solomonic masala, the young ladies are here.

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So that's an example. Another example would be once as it says there, I companion stood as any man while he was drunk. This was before alcohol was prohibited. He was drunk, so he stood up to pray as an Imam. So instead of saying Kalia healthcare for la abodo methadone, he didn't say like I said, Abu matava don't worship that which you worship idols must record. He said, I worship that which you worship. Oh, disbelievers. In other words, that's good for because he was drunk. He didn't know what he was saying. So what Allah reveal Yeah, you have levena Amano la taco salata, Quantum tsuchiura, you believe don't approach the prayer while you were drunk. So these two revealed before alcohol was

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totally banned. Thus the that area was ruled in context of that drunk. So how be brought Delano Of course, may Allah Allah be pleased with him? who happened to mix up the iron? So those two examples of what we call a suburban new zone.

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So let's go to the next part. And that is the definition. The definition is also there in your notes.

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Is it on the same page or the next page? It says the reasons for revelation?

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Same page? Yeah, I believe at the bottom of page one.

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It says the reasons for revelation could be defined as incidents. Now add all questions versus incidents add a little arrow shooting out saying or questions. Both are important.

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So the definition of a new zone is as follows.

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The reasons for revelation, as bamboozled could be defined as incidents or questions recorded during the prophethood of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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About which Quranic verses or chapters were revealed at the time of their occurrence. So I'm going to write those four points in summary for you.

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To make the definition a bit more easier. Number one, what

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was revealed

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during the

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of Rasul Allah,

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regarding incidents,

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one number for

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So those four things, that's your definition. It's called an revealed during the term of Rasul Allah, about his life, about his prophethood. That's a very important I bet his prophethood

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that refer to incidents or questions that occurred during his lifetime. Sure, you have the book?

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No problem. That's fine. Yeah, I understand no problem.

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Now, we say that occurred during the time of the solo. Why, because to refer to incidents before he's Prophethood, or before his time, like the people have add in their mood, or soda to feel, we that does not fall under the category of his own, because it wasn't occurring during the prophethood of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. So that is referred to as harbor news. Stories of the past like the stories of Jesus and Moses, alehissalaam and others, that doesn't fall under as Babel news you can't say that Allah revealed the story of Jesus

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Because of what happened to Jesus, no, you can't say he revealed it because of that. No Allah just giving us news. You can't say so to feel that chapter was revealed because of what happened in the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his birth, no, rather that's only news. So, it has to have occurred during the prophethood of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam like the story of how would have been to Salah or the Sahaba who was drunk etc.

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So some examples of incidents as we said, the woman who complained surah told mu J Dilla. And Pooja della they both pronounced like that.

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Well, the companion who was drunk What's another example of an incident

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Yeah, I know the story here. But to say as you're gonna see shortly to say something is is bubbling ozone. Identify we need proof so I don't want to speak without knowledge on this. I know. Yes.

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Yes, well, Allah as we just declared Ayesha innocent good. The story of the slander of Ayesha go to disarm and make it easy for you. Yes.

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So today is the first as well as of john What do you make that which is Hillel Holloman is of good.

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So Thomas said, Yes, so bright, Abu lahab when he cursed the Prophet, Allah azza wa jal cursed him. That soda was real because this is step by luck. salario debate the other. What about ABA, say good ABA, whatever, the blind man.

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Correct. There's many, many incidents that we can refer to also sort of the kuffaar said, the Shaitan, the devil that possessed Mohammed had left that's when the revelation was pause the rosabella. So then Allah azza wa jal revealed as and sort of.

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So as you can see the profits of lesson and the rest of creation was cursed and abused, he was mocked and insulted. If he was the best of creation that happened to him. Don't be surprised when it happens to you. And we're going to take that today and Ceylon, you're going to see the reactions of the kuffaar and the disgusting insults and mockery even back then, in the past, it's happening in the present, and it's going to happen in the future. So don't be surprised when it does occur. That's why it's very important to study theater. So when these incidents occur, when the oma is afflicted with trials and tribulations, then you by by learning the clo, you understand that this is

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actually the sooner the sooner have a larger region.

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Now, what about questions, many times the preferred or even the believers would ask questions sudo sola sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and first Allah azza wa jal will answer and he will mention that in no plan, he will reveal a lot about it. For example, they asked the Prophet about Yes, the people of the use of the cave so Allah revealed as

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they asked the Prophet about the soul with a Luna county rule.

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They asked the Prophet about the hour.

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Yes, aluna aka nanny Sarah.

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What is Luna cat in my head? they asked you about the menstrual cycle.

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We asked the Prophet about the cycles of the moon. Yes, Luna? kanila Hilah.

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Yes, alumina camera. They don't ask you about Sophia, what should they give? So as you can see, yes, aluna case no. Naka, they asked you to ask you your Salah. And then Allah as of yet gives him the answer. He says, He would say this.

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Yes, that was revealed. When the kuffaar tried to bargain with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and say, Look, we worship Allah for one day you worship our idols for one day. Yes. Asante.

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So as you can see many questions, many questions, they'll probably be an incident wasn't more of a question for you.

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So as you can see, many questions were asked and a larger agenda revealed the answer. And this happens you find

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where Allah gives the question and answer 14 times. The question comes, then Allah says, what's called main say, and then the answer comes. Question, Paul say this. answer question on say this answer.

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Yes, yes. aluna. Khurana. Hilah. Oil. Yes. aluna Karen marionville. cone. Cole. Yes. aluna aka YSL Lonegan in my head. 14 times it's in that format. Except once the question comes and there's no

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no pole is to skew straight to the answer.

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When was it? What either said

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I like a bad deal

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for any corrib Oh gee Buddha with a die either died this is in the context of when my slaves asked about me. No could not say this. Indeed I mean in other words there's no quote that comes in between in other words there's no one that comes in between us and alone we make drop straight connection straight to heat, pure monotheism

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That is amazing. The fact that God was taken out indicates pure tohave no schicke involved. There is no one coming in between us and alone to make Dre not even called not even the messenger not even jabril La Silla, that is the pure water hittable Islam and that's amazing and the cold comes 14 times and the only time it doesn't come out is when it refers to dryer

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that's amazing that's in total Bukhara way they sell okay by the army. For in Korea, there's not coal for in Korea, there's just for in North Korea, and also the fat, the fat.

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That's called fat aka theme, something which is on straightaway. So Allah is really saying you make an answer straightaway, indeed are imposed on us if you ask a lot of dead he doesn't respond. No, no, no. Every drop you make is responded to. As long as you're not hasty as Rasul Allah said,

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use the jab boulia haidakhan melomania gel, authentic hadith you are responded to as long as you are not hasty. Many people are hasty, why isn't my drug being responded to know it will be responded to and your drives responded to in one of three ways. Either it's entered now in this world or

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the Hereafter, or something better? Allah will avert harm coming your way. He'll prevent some harm coming your way one of the three. So either your dies into now or

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in the hereafter. Oh, he'll push back some harm.

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Yes, no doubt. And so a lot of times when you make draw, you never know what harm was coming your way. So make a lot of draw. And you never know, you never know the only how protected you will get. And that's what it is. It's a protection. When you make draw, it's like putting a barrier between you and harm.

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Right. And the more draw you make, the thicker that coat of armor becomes, the thicker that shield becomes. So don't think I made my morning Scott and NaCl humble and protected, keep going. do more. The more you do, the thicker that armor becomes just like protection. So never stopped making diet.

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that's the definition as you can see, it's incidental questions during the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and Quran was revealed about it. And in Arabic, the scholars defined it as man as well, of course on on Bishop knew he walked away. He had a certain Wassall. Exactly. So the word questions wasn't in your notes I wanted. That's why I wanted you to add it.

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Is there a 1414? When it comes to YSL? Luna, can that format? Yes.

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More than 1414 it is a foreign Yes. Yeah. Because some questions come twice. Depends how you want to count it. Like the one about the hour comes twice.

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So it depends how you want to count them. But so if you say 14 you're not wrong.

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No, no, no, we're talking about the question, not the incidents. The questions that will the questions question and answer in that format. A Yes. no naka Paul. Yes, no, no. And then the ones that doesn't is why the Celica Abadi.

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Yeah, so Baccarat 186 is the one with a word called wasn't even mentioned, to indicate pure water heat. And the beautiful part about that area is that that A is in the context of the act of Ramadan and fasting.

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that's when you should be making the Mr. Ramadan is not just a month of fasting and perhaps also the month of dot. That's the beauty of that is being embedded embedded in those Ayat of the rules and regulations of cm. Don't think I just placed by coincidence know, whenever you find an A in a particular context, a lot of God is giving you a message. For example, a lot dedicates three and a half pages to the topic of divorce alone. And so it's a bucket of three and a half pages to divorce. All of a sudden, Allah azza wa jal says half either either solid or solid booster. God your prayers strictly especially the middle one among us. What's the goal here? What's the link between pray and

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That you find those who are going through marital issues? It's because one or both of the spouses are not guarding their prayers or not praying

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Every time someone asks me, or speaks to me or complains about their spouse, I'm going through a problem with my husband or wife. We're going through marital issues. The first thing I ask them is how's your prayer or how's your spouse's pray, every single time they say we're not getting it or at times, we're not even praying, we missed the prayers, or sometimes we just relax, or we pray late every single time. That's the message. So Allah is teaching you in between the lines, literally, if you want to protect your relationship between you and your spouse, protect the relationship between you and your Creator. And that's what the seller said. And then also Allah has been who have been

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Allah, Allah, Allah, who may have been who have been the NES, if you rectify the relationship between you and your Creator, a lo rectify the relationship between you and the creation. So those are the hidden gems found in the end, they just come out a lot. It's amazing. That's why I'm really looking forward to next time when we actually focus on as we finish the sciences. We finished the sciences this term. So we're just going to look at that and so on. And we're just going to look at the beauty of the Quran you're going to connect with the Quran and it's perfect because it comes right after Ramadan.

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the way we've organized the break. I don't know my classes were that bad sister.

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The way we have the break, I think you're going to only have one week of classes in Ramadan, but the way we've organized the break is that you can enjoy your Ramadan, basically. And so you can so

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so who says that look after you at the miaa College Hamdi?

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That's correct. Otherwise, I'll sister

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kill us.

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No, no, we're not gonna move them. Well only gonna move them if the daylight saving changes that's just for the print. We're not gonna move them for any other reason. No problem.

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Don't worry.

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So that's the definition now. How do we identify? And I that was? How do we classify at under the topic of revenue, you can't just do for any I as we said. So in your notes, it goes on to mention. Look at the headings where it says how to know the reason for the revelation of a verse Yes. Is that in your notes? What page

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How to know the reason for the revelation of a verse? In other words, how do we classify those as under this topic, it says the circumstances for a particular revelation could only be known to the witnesses of the relevant event or someone who's informed by witness. In other words, a companion companion, the Sahaba, or the tayberry, who has an operation that links back to the Sahaba back to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That's very important. So I'm going to write those criteria in a moment for you. But let's just read. And it says therefore the only reliable source for this knowledge is the statement of the Sahaba as well as the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam. And the reliability of such reports depends on the upon the reliability of the chain of narrators. So it has to be an authentic chain. So not just any Hadith. But the chain has to be also authentic, just like you have authentic hadith and weeked Hadith. Likewise, when it comes to this topic, you can have authentic, and you can have weak.

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The statement of the temporary about the reason for a given revelation is usually considered weak by the scholars of Hadith if it if he didn't attribute his opinion to one of the Sahaba. So if it doesn't link back to the Sahaba, many of the Anima said it's weak, we don't consider it. So basically, the criteria are as follows. are on the board.

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How to identify

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number one, so basically, you need evidence. Yes.

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That's what it's telling you. You need evidence. It's not based on

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HD heard of the scholars, sometimes the scholars can make HDR, they can derive rulings, based on other rulings, they don't have a Hadeeth or an area where they can derive the ruling, for example, cocaine speed, ice, were they available in the Congress of law? No, but the LMS manage the head and I they basically gave the ruling based on other Hadith like lead, da da, da, da, da, da, as you can see, so therefore, that's called HD head, where the scholars strive to derive rulings. So but this topic is not based on its the hand,

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the striving of the scholars

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nor is it based on

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theoretical arguments. The I believe that based on 123, that this ayah is from us, baboons are no no.

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On theory,

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or pondering.

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In other words, you can't consider AI at under the

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topic of this webinar is all based on contemplation or theoretical arguments or principles. Or each the head of the scholars know the only way you can consider an area or a surah. From Above and Beyond is via

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evidence. So what is that evidence?

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narration authentic narration from the companion.

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This is from you know, it's now to summarize it for you.

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Authentic narration from the companion.

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Great, let's just say we have that. Is that Oh, no.

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The narration itself has to be clean, clean. So the wording

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of the companion must be clean.

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What does that mean?

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In Arabic, it's an takuna. I borrow to Sahabi. Sorry, Hatton for Serbia. Cleese already clean. For example, He will say Saba Bono Zola Kava. The reason for the revelation of this ayah is this. The reason for the revelation of this ayah is that the reason for the revelation of the surah is this. So he'll say the reason for the revelation is 123. This Sora was real because of this. It's CLI is telling you this Torah or this ayah was real because of this incident on this question, it's clean, whatever, if it's not clean, no problem if it's not clear,

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we'll come

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with the words.

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All will mention, I should say.

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So if it's not clearly the companion might say

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or then,

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and this is the best translation are confined for fat. Adopt a beer. So what he'll do, he'll mention an event

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or a question. You say this happened in the time of the Prophet faire and the law it's called fat adapted via

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fat adapted beer.

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Best translated as so Oh, then fat and Allah so Allah revealed.

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adverse ignore allow signal well, because the Prophet Mohammed saying he's after forenza Allah Allah so Allah revealed initial Nicola,

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the companion who was praying I was drunk, He mixed up the air fare, and Allah then Allah revealed, then alert. So Allah revealed First Alert, the best translation for fat. RTB is in English. So then and I'll give you an example.

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This is interceding Nicosia.

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So Tabitha,

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why Besa Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Fie wedgie. ibni Al Maktoum Well done, who will occupy La ilaha

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illallah wa jal Abba savato Allah, you see the fact it says what happened the prophet SAW Selim found and turned away.

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Then Allah revealed, Abba, so whatever less as you can see, clearly, clearly, in the Arabic, it's the fact it's the fire. And the fire has many meanings in Arabic, but among them is, as we said, adopt the beer, though. Or then or so that's among the meanings. Yeah, tap the beer to come straightaway.

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So how do you determine an A A is classified under a spell nizoral is a via is a vi H, the head of the scholars? No theoretical principles, no pondering? No? What do you need evidence to lead in it? As it says there? Clearly the statement of the companion? Now any evidence will do know what's the first condition authentic? And if it's authentic, what does it need to have

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a wedding from the companion he'll say? Something like

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that if the wedding.

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Good Is this good? Suburban Hospital icon? And the reason for the revelation of this ayah? Was this or the reason for the revelation of the sorta was this, if it's not clear what he what he what would he say? fat or she will say use the fat of it's got that a B? In other words, it translates to so or then. So all they know sometimes even fuss, fuss Allah revealed. But that's in English, I guess. But in Arabic, it's different. I thought they'd be good. If you understood that hamdulillah you've understood the topic. And this is all summarized, by the way, as you can see, code and the knowledge of the Quran and the sciences of it are extremely deep. I'm just really summarizing the notes for

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you. So now what's the benefit of understanding this topic?

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We'll take this and then we'll mention three books

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that discuss this topic in detail for those who'd like to research this field further, and then we'll end there.

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Sure, 14 questions and answers. Yes. Correct.

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I don't know incidents,

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a lot of times, but incidents Allahu Akbar has too many to count. Too many.

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AKA, want to speak with another jacket? I don't know. It's too many to count.

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Too many

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is a lot. There's a lot of buzz about the wah wah, wah de la sala. So, let's quickly mentioned the benefits there. Now the next few pages going to mention a lot of benefits. I'm going to summarize the next few pages into four points for you. Do you prefer that? Okay, I thought so.

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You're gonna read in your own time, the benefits of understanding this topic and studying it. Number one

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that this topic explains

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wisdoms behind rulings.

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That's the first benefit mentioned in your notes.

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Now, they're not going to mention other benefits that I found could be a bit confusing. So I've listed some that other alumni have stated.

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Another benefit of studying oil is to understand the idea correctly, to put it into context.

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Sometimes you may think an idea has this meaning, but in reality, it has another meaning when you study the context in which it was revealed. So you understand the idea correctly, that's very important.

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Also, by studying as a result, and makes memorization easier, when you understand the story behind the idea that you're trying to memorize, it actually flows, so it becomes easier to memorize.

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So if you're memorizing Quran, you find it difficult because it's a seed, read the English Tafseer of it, look, the English transliteration of it, or translation of it. And that'll actually help you memorize because then begins to flow like a story.

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And finally, the fourth benefit

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to prevent incorrect application of the Iet.

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And this is very, very important.

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Some people incorrectly apply the Ayat of Allah.

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This is usually done by

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people who have innovation, why? to either praise a person they love, or dispraise, a person they hate. And that there is an example of that mentioned in your notes.

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So let's take each one as it is on the board. As I said, these are all mentioning unites. But I found that confusing when I read over them, so I just summarized them into four for you.

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No worries. As long as you understand that there are many more of course, we're not going to restrict it. You can't restrict the words of Allah, but these are among the four main benefits of studying as governors Oh,

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yeah. Nom

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nom. Well, I

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yeah. And that's why it's always important to learn things under a teacher because sometimes reading things on your own can be confusing. All the notes are all those I mentioned. But perhaps, maybe the structure could be done in another way. At the end of the day, whoever compiles notes, they believe this is the best way. At the end of the day, I believe sometimes summarizing is better. But that's my opinion. Other people say no, it's better to go into detail so that everyone is entitled to their opinion in a way. But perhaps in the future, I may just rewrite and 100 other notes extremely detailed and everything is there. But maybe I may just put particular headings I find sometimes the

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notes just lack headings, that's all. So what are the benefits number one explains the wisdom behind it. And that can be shown in the story of the companion who stood up praying while he was drunk. When Allah revealed as if you understand the context of which does is revealed in you understand the wisdom behind don't approach the prayer while you were drunk, why you will mix up the meaning and the idea. You might say something which is wrong, so explains the wisdom behind that ruling. Don't approach the practice on my ask, why should I approach the prayer while I'm drunk? When you read that story of what happened? Instead of saying let our Buddha metadata decide to do meta Bowden, I

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worship the idols. That's what he said, because he was drunk. So it shows you the wisdom behind the ruling and others. What about understanding the ayah correctly? You know, it's going to mention the story of Ottawa.

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He approached his arm into Asia. If you can find that in your notes, let me let me know so we can

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explain what page that's on.

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PAGE 46 so page 46 we're about

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page 46 number four to understand the AI correctly. That's where you can find that point.

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Oh 201 c two is anti Isha. She was aren't what Ilan Do you know the idea in a software model with dementia Illa from an hudgell beta tamela fella Gina had a otowa Hema, this I know there are Safa and Marwa are among the shrines of Allah, there is no sin on anyone who walks between them. When making hydrometer. He said, I feel that this this ayah means there is no sin, if you don't walk. She said What a terrible thing you have stated. It doesn't mean that

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what this means is the following

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that a soft our model what are the shrines of Allah? Not the shrines of the kufr because what the kuffaar did was they put two idols on these mountains or soft metal respectively. He Safa Isla, they put yourself in a lease two items on the top of these mountains. So the Sahaba felt uneasy about performing

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the site between a sofo Mandala because of these idols they felt look I'm not gonna do this I'm not gonna perform hajj and umrah and do the acts of Hajj while these arrows are there. So Allah revealed No, these are suffered malware these mountains are from the shrines of Allah, not the shrines of the kuffaar. Therefore there's no sin upon you, if you're walking between them. That's what it means. There's no sin on the Sahaba Allah telling them there's no sin on you. Even though these idols are there, you can walk not a problem. He just thought the I was General saying if you don't walk or you work, it's not a problem, by law is referring to because of the idols. And I didn't want to mention

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them. I thought disgusting they have, he just said that this, these are the shrines of Allah. So as you can see this context to the ayat, and actually that's extremely important because a lot of people sometimes they when it comes to the Quran, and they asked about a particular area and they don't have knowledge of it, they'll just yeah, this means this so this means that it's very dangerous, very dangerous. Just last week on Juma after

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a brother asked me What does Fela okezie Mobile wholeness algebra? Goodness mean? I said aloneness means 123 from Hannah's inner to appear and disappear this will shaytaan does in our last lesson hundreds and hundreds of stars that up and disappear. As for Waldo in algebra, goodness, I don't know. I said, Let me get back to it. No, no, no, just tell me what you think. I said, I don't have an opinion after go to the see what the LM acid. He goes, just whatever is on your mind, just say it. I go. No, he goes, What's gonna happen? what's the what's gonna happen? I said, perhaps we'll go to the hellfire. That's what's gonna happen. And he he wanted me to speak without knowledge. He

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said, What's the big deal? I said, Yeah, he This is the Quran and Sunnah. It's got no room for my opinion, your opinion? We have to go back to what the orlimar said. And what the Sahaba said, What also was it so I was shocked. I was shocked siani people just have no problem speaking about our last book, and he just as they deem fit.

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So we understand that accurately, and as we're making memorization easier, that's understood, as we said, when you understand the meanings, it flows and it makes your memorization easier.

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As for preventing incorrect application that's also in your notes.

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And it starts with the the paragraph starts with the words the guiding principle to be followed. And I believe that the second last page, the guiding principle to be followed.

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someone finds it, page 49. Excellent. We're about

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second paragraph.

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As we said, the guiding principle to be followed when interpreting the ayat is that the lesson lies in the general meaning of the words and not only in special circumstances that's important. As we said older at about the kofod were revealed in Nashua near collapse.

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It revealed about particular kuffaar in the town Rasul Allah, but the meaning is general for all those who oppose the messenger in the future.

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However, knowledge of the events surrounding the revelations puts the general meaning of the verses in proper context and prevents deviation incorrect application of the if, for example, use of abnormal hack

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reported that when Madeleine the governor of Elijah's

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the halifa, muawiya desire desire that his son is it be califa after him, so he wrote to me when So, Malia was the halifa. And he wrote to the governor when that he wants his son is it to be the halifa after him, Somaliland agreed and he gathered the people of El Medina and addressed them inviting them to take an oath of allegiance to yazeed, the son of Malia as the halifa after his father and then he added this

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The sooner This is the why of obachan Omar so who stood up Abdul Rahman Abu Bakr and he said no, this is not the sunako back Rama. This is the Sunnah of miraculous and Caesar what you're doing is wrong. So murder when ordered for him to be seized, but Abdul Rahman, he went and fled and he stayed in the house of Arusha. Firstly, couldn't be arrested. It was safe. They're not going to interrupt on Ayesha, the wife of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. So what in Miranda? He accused of the ramen and said this man is a troublemaker. And because he was opposed, he started to make up a lie. Now he said he's a troublemaker. He is the one who Allah revealed a lot about earlier. The i o in sort of

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above and the one who said off to his parents. He said the area along that particular area was revealed about Abdullah Manik nahi Baca. In other words, this was a troublemaker, Don't listen to him. So I said, No, he has lied. This ayah was not revealed about Abdullah humanity. But rather, if you asked me about who was revealed in regards to I will tell you who was revealed regards to eyeshadow delana once again, comes to the rescue with her knowledge of fit and understanding of the Quran. Amazing, amazing. So it prevents incorrect application of the AI when you understand the context. So he was being accused of you know, being a troublemaker in the past. And he said, look at

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this man. I learned a lot about him just praising him earlier. So don't be surprised if he's doing things that are wrong now, but he's only saying that Why? Because he opposed him in his view. So as you can see, unfortunately, this happens sometimes, and usually happens but either way to either raise those they love or lower those they hate. Just like recently in Egypt along with Stan, they said that a cc the CC and his minister are like heroin and Moosa and I could hire the ninja to apply to them because they are the protectors of Egypt that

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ridiculous not the word RG ne ne ne ora merci should be sentenced to death. And what kind of twisted wolf mentality is that you just made the guy president. And then now you want to killing a Jeep, the first democratically elected go Yani president of Egypt. It ends up being sentenced to death, while mobarak and La Baraka fie mobarak. This man who massacred tortured in prison believers, he's walked off scot free RG that's the justice of democracy, the justice of man made laws. As for books, there are three books that you should keep in mind and it says there in the last page books devoted to this topic number one, as bamboozled by buy and wear heavy aluminum and wear it

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as a book called as webinar zone, and this is one of the classical works. The second book it says there after I think it's just after halfway in that paragraph. It's by Tamia.

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Tamia has a book called How to be an fi neural Quran.

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And thirdly,

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do you have an art it's in your notes here, last paragraph books devoted? It's all there. I'm just summarizing it for you in three, three books.

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If you tell me it's just after halfway, it says Tamia.

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Correct. And then finally assuming

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lm lm MSU De La Hoya chorionic his works with the Quran and about the Quran are amazing. Amazing and that's the bulk of alumacraft are found by a taken from Alabama cod's works.

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I remember CLT wrote a book called The Babel Nicole vs webinar soon.

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Now we seem to rhyme as well the titles of the books are in us. But those three books are among the classical works in English. I'm not sure if they have been translated but the one of the really, really good books I've found, who done a very good translation is yes, it called this book an introduction to the sciences of the Quran.

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In the beginning, I was a bit skeptical but then actually upon reading it more and more and more I found the translation is very good. He done an amazing job of that an introduction to the sciences of the Quran by acid quality

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and that is iraps panic aloha Mohammed Ignacio de la Ilaha Mr. felucca mana to two quick

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break starts now shallow half an hour

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away Yeah, that way because we don't want to

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ever see it or I find we're not giving it justice. So that way we can give clo justice inshallah.

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If you have any questions I'll stay back for five minutes inshallah.

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yes, no, it can be two years it could be something else but yes, yes. is not allowed.

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Yes. Also you asked the question last week I wanted to give more detail you know how you asked about your son if you can read in different colors.

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Now, he can. But why I said no is because there are other conditions that a person has to consider. That although a person can read in one rock or one throw another rock or another, in fact, even in the same surah he can start sorts of Fatiha with cloth wash and end with cloth Huff's no problem. But

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if a person doesn't understand the meanings, and the way, changing the words, if he contradicts the meaning,

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that's where it could, that's where it could.

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And that's where the randomest said no. So if a person is allowed, yes, yes, because he may not understand the meanings and he could say something that could contradict Yeah, but what he can do is read instead of

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he can read one Raka No problem, but not too different. We advise him not not yet anyway, not too different karate one Raka. So the first you can write in recite in Washington Next, you can do another no problem.