Quraan – Episode 10

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Methods of Tafseer

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The importance of seeding and the use of sources and methods of seeding in the title of a book is discussed, along with the use of "can" and the importance of knowing the due process. The speakers emphasize the need for students to read and understand the title before committing to a project. The segment discusses various methods used to explain the Quran and the title of the book, including biolab and the third method. The transcript also touches on the best and worst names for men in the world, the importance of being knowledgeable and the potential for success in various fields, and the origin of the title "Soak the King" in Arabic language.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah continuing in Quran in particular, we're starting this semester, that seed is located Alhamdulillah. Last week's lesson is up online, as we said in the Student Services section, login. And you'll find in the Islamic college section, put a link right for term three, you find the recording there. So what we'll do inshallah, today, we're going to like we did for Hadith. We're going to start off in terms of the objectives,

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quick revision of last week.

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And then we're going to discuss the sources

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slash methods of seed, someone asks you, what's the best way to give to seed? What's the answer?

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And if you don't find that source, what's the next step? What's the next process? Right? So that's important. And then

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the importance of silence

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when speaking about the Quran, without knowledge,

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and we're going to quote, the Sahaba and the 10 year old had that how they approach the Quran. In terms of ayat or things that didn't know, what did they say?

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And then in the case here, Rahmatullah alayhi wa, Allah I had in mind, he goes on to discuss concepts that are related to the word could and the word surah. And the word I'll quickly go over them, although we've taken them in a little more crime, but we're just going to quickly revise them because this is part of even though Kathy's mocha diva part of his introduction. We said last week, quick revision, when it comes to the two most popular sources of diversity. There are two What are they?

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A tombery

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in Nicosia, Barbary, a blue cat here, according to the LMS, what is more authentic sound and more better? tombery? Atari. That's a tafsir of even Jerry. However, it's more for whom? The scholars right the way to be structured, people aren't really qualified, right, the layman to just go through and read it. Therefore, what became extremely popular, especially amongst the layman, the common Muslim is what if we get it now they're both authentic. And they both authored by Roland Matt from Allison Nevada, Jamal hamdulillah. And they don't use dubious sources, weak ahaadeeth. Right. Generally speaking, no innovation, they quote the seller, they quote their opinions in the heat,

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both of them, they give you the strongest opinion and then reasoning behind them. Right. But even look at the it became more popular amongst the layman in particular, but also amongst them and Michelle, because of why was some of its features. We said, easy to follow. also

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easy to understand, correct. Also

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interesting, not too long, not too short. So those are some of the features we mentioned, last week of Pepsi didn't look as good. As for the name of ecstasy, it's not called the seed indicated, what's it called?

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Tafseer, or karate allowed him tafsir al Qur'an allowed him. And of course, when it's been reprinted, it's been reprinted. stfc didn't get it. And I brought the 10 volumes last week to show you 10 volumes, right? This is one volume, one volume here, about 10. Just to show you, that's the English can only imagine Arabic. And the way that Arabic is written before was much smaller than today. If you were to look up the Mattoon, or the original texts of their LMR, you find a very small, very small, and the sheets were larger. So you can imagine if you were to reprint that today in original in English, how much how many books would you get? And what I said this is the

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abridged summary, the 10 volunteers summary, or the original be what for What book? And first because it's so large, we said we're not going to print them off for you. Right 600 pages one volume, right? And then another 600. Right. So all we said was we're going to put the links online, they're up there. And I've put two links for you, one for the hotel seat in the KC 10 volume set in PDF. And the other link was for individuals who are so if you just want to see how you can press on that link, the shareable person that link so I've given you both what hamdulillah so you can either download yourself printed, bring your laptop, iPad, whatever or just follow on what we're doing in

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class. And at times are alternate between the Arabic and the English, the Arabic you find there's a lot of things mentioned that aren't mentioned in English. In fact, the whole chapter of football.

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The virtues of Quran in the original Arabic, which is of 2030 pages is not even in English, just like take it up. But even in it so next week is actually going to focus on for

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the virtues of the Quran before we get into the currency. As students of knowledge, my brothers, it's very important that we follow the due process right the proper process and seeking knowledge not to skip steps as many students do today. They go on Facebook, they refer to it

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Right or they see for when they start applying it without even understanding you know it conditions and also so even okay theater has has men hedge and it's very important if you're learning the way of the Anima follow them and

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last week he talked about particular concepts the introduction and the random I said, you must read the introduction to a book if you wish to understand it properly. The more Kadima the introduction is so important because it gives you a holistic approach on what the book is about. The scholar said when you read a book, a lot of people are introduction that forget it unimportant, right? No, that's extremely important. It prepares you psychologically what's ahead, and it gives you an idea of the author. When you understand who the author is, like we talked earlier, right in Hadith, when you learn about Buhari Allahu Akbar. But when it comes up to 300 names of Annecy nomadic ask a brother

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to give you three names of venison nomadic rice companions, I don't know, one hour, if you look at his life and what he achieved, then when you read, so he had Buhari and you read that your heart is at rest and you just think of alcohol what a man or a man or whatever, then worship him or not like the Christians, as the saying was. So introductions are very important. And you find a lot of students they become demotivated during the introductions and laughs wasn't what I thought I wanted to get into the hot stuff. Now having been before you get to that which you love, you got to go through that which you hate. That's the son of life before he struggled. You got to go through the

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mud, literally. So these things are important. And this is what makes the biolab from

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the non student. This is what makes the biolab the student from the layman, the shape from the student, the scholar from the shape these things, it's your commitment, your dedication, right in the beginning, everything's hard. But over time, you just keep on going keep on going and don't stop. That's the key. Just be persistent. Be persistent.

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So until then we talked about after looking at the name to see it. Even the cathedral, which is tafsir karate lolly, we looked at his teachers among his famous teachers was who everytime me everytime he was the main feature of him look at it, and what other students are able to Tamia if not by him good. And at the happy. They are among the three most prominent students in the cafe.

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Ignore the hubby great. And his fellow students praised him for his knowledge, his memory, they said he was extremely intelligent, a great memory. And they said he was an expert in what fields look at. He was an expert, which fields Hadith good. So he was mo Hadith and the Abdullah

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language and he was can a local region. He was a local way. He was a master of the Arabic language. So can I live over here in Ghana, Mohammed defend Ghana Mufasa Iran, right, he was good at all. So of course they've seen and felt another field. That's how their element of the past work. They mastered so many fields. Like today, a person might even master half a field, not even the whole field, half a field and maybe 10% at best. So what about his students, he might he's one of his main students was able to Haji and he said about him whenever I saw him and sat with him, I gained some benefit. Every time be like that with people. Every time you sit with someone benefit them. If

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you're not going to speak about a law, at least let them look at you and be reminded of a lot just by looking at you. Because it's not always about speaking giving people lectures and pep talks, right? Sometimes people get annoyed lahoma Stan? So if you're not going to say act, most people won't remember the words that you said, but rather the actions that you did instead. It's very important actions speak louder than words.

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Then we went on to discuss his books, his books, of course his famous collection of defeat of Sudoku and lolly number one number two.

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And is he entitled his masterpiece collection on history? I'll be there at the beginning, because it discusses

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the beginning, right Go figure. However, when it was reprinted later on they call the lb Dyer when we hire from the beginning to the end literally the beginning and the end because he that's what he discusses Adam Allison's creation up until the Prophet and the prophet SAW Selim, he Sierra is included. Right? And then he goes into the signs of their judgment, their judgment itself Hellfire paradise, right, I'll be the only hire. And by the way, you know, stories of the prophets of Lucca theater, have you seen that book? Don't think he sat down and authored that book right now that's part of everyday only higher. But as I said last week that these early chapters in the collections

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are so awesome and remarkable, that throw them I just had to print those sections off right? You can only imagine the other gems that are found in those collections. So tafsir Al Quran love him. I'll be there. What else

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He had shot shot and matassa Rasul Hadith so he gave an explanation of or soudal Hadith.

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Good What else?

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And he gave an explanation of so he helped Buhari. But what happened?

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He didn't complete it he passed away. But Allah Allah so who had the honor?

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Edna hotjar Alice Kalani and he called the shot for Turnberry, I've said it rhymes right a lot of names of titles of the island out right? But Tilbury by Eben hazard Alice colony. Right. And that's also a master collection masterpiece. What's another book he authored?

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I literally had followable jihad. Right? So it wasn't a coconut Muslim.

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Wasn't a coconut Muslim. So when it came to issues of jihad, I didn't water it down and right change the deen. As you find many people today and someone pulls you extremist? Just say I'm not an extremist. I'm just following the dean that you are watering down.

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That's it. That's really the reality. allama Stan. So he had and of course takatoshi also had others. Good. And then we finally looked at his death. When did he die?

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774 Hijri after injury I sent him and he went blind before he passed away. Maybe because of all the books he was reading. Now that was a quick revision of last week we're done without hamdulillah. As for the sources, methods of deceit.

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Call it new cafe Rahmatullah alayhi

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wa Elune. firma Sano Toluca. If someone says to you, what are the best what is the best method for to proceed for job in our soeharto rocky feeder liquor? And you first saw

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the best method when explaining the Quran is with the Quran? Explain the Quran via the Quran.

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Not your number one choice.

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The best way to give the seed of an idea is using another idea.

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Put an with put on not jumped to my mind rational thinking I don't accept this. This doesn't go here No. And knuckle focus colossal revelation above reasoning.

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Now what about if you don't find an eye explaining this idea that you're looking for? Had it sooner perfect.

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Or order Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah when he Allah means Listen up. It can be to get your attention. Allah in ni, O t to Allah will miss lahoma who I've been given the Quran and something equivalent to it. What's the equivalent of the Quran? The sooner sooner? If Rasulullah sur does if

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Allah said in terms of authority, which is higher court no sooner? no authority. Remember, authority. They both on the same level however, sacredness, no doubt. It's subjected to particular rulings if you recall, for example, you shouldn't read the Quran. If you're in a state of Geneva, a sister who has recycled time in the month should hold them as half right? It's subjected to particular shadow ruling whereas you don't have those rulings according to the Hadith and every year. So no doubt sacredness, the Quran is higher but authority, the Quran and the Sunnah hand in hand, if you don't find the Hadith, or a or an ayah, from the Quran, to explain this, or you're

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looking for what are you getting? statements from who? The Sahaba the companions Good, that's the third method.

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Because they witnessed the revelation they were there with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they asked him what does this mean what does that mean? They lived they experienced it.

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They were the best generation they have the seal of approval stamp of approval by line is messenger, hydrocodone corny rasuwa said the best generation is my generation. If you find a statement from them or a hadith or an A from the Quran to explain a particular area. Next tab you're

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now the tab your own or you could say tiberian no problem

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are the generation after the Sahaba

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came from

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w. w means to follow. They followed them in goodness and righteousness.

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Now although this is off topic, but it's important we define the word Sahabi as a hobby is a companion who is a companion by definition

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Now that's that's Sahib

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Abu Talib was a friend of the Prophet right Is this a hobby?

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My daughter's a cafe

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what is it

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what did you say met not saw.

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essence Abdullah ignore me Maktoum was blind he didn't see the Prophet buddy met the Prophet so number one who is a Sahaba by definition they had to have met or Rasulullah

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the Tabby and didn't

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believed in Rasul Allah

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and he believed in Islam

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died on Islam sent they died on Islam just remember those three things that makes it companion

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because inshallah we believe in Allah and inshallah we die and that that doesn't make us companions for rather have met the Prophet sauce and when I say see either see how the animal was so precise in their terminologies when their unimat spoke they think is just the words of you will not a big difference between our words and the words of the self.

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Tape your own the generation after the hobby because they learned from the Sahaba themselves. So let's now look at those categories in a bit more detail. In particular, we're going to focus on the Sahaba the Sahaba

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Of course, when we look at the Sahaba no doubt, he goes on to mention among the scholars dilemma of the Sahaba when it came to the Sierra whom

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episode doesn't ignore bass accent

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with judges from the Tiburon you missed the foregrip qualifier

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right there amongst the most knowledgeable they are the best they didn't reach the high peaks of humanity rate due to ignorance no due to their knowledge the depth of knowledge. So know that when we say so harbor no doubt implication is the one who mentioned this and hola or Rashid Al madeon right. So

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the full rightly guarded

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the four greatest Sahaba

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whoever they

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said I will work

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in order this is an order of man. Wiley, if you know they will have to run it save yourself the running safe before qualifying after right if you know them.

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And also among the amount of the Sahaba intercede what you mentioned that Who are they?

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Even Mr. Raja Allahu anhu.

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And even our best

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we're gonna focus on this name. For now, if not best Why? Firstly, the prophet alayhi salatu salam made for him. When it came to the seed he said Allah humma for the who fit Deen our Lord give him not best for what's best

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for him for his understanding they translate today to be jurisprudence, but half the Muslims around the world don't know what that means

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is from understanding a llama to Allah grant him understanding of the Dean of the religion, why limit at will and teach him endow him with the wisdom of all the knowledge of that word, which is tafsir Oh wala means fissara that will mean stuff seeds, same word. Same way, just a synonym, synonym, so it also may drive for him. So he has the I'm gonna go over here. You're gonna ignore bass as a subheading. You can write his virtues here. Does anyone need these four categories?

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So we're going to talk a little bit about if not best law, the law and who

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Aloma they hope the dean is here if you wish to just write it down later, to save time for the brothers and lahoma for the hood, within where I live Whoa, at that wheel, where I limo at will. So if my best had received the Baraka from the drivers from LA, he received the blessing of the profits drop. When it came to Quran and

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Allah He sought to sell him and also Ghana, Ignacio de la. He was his cousin. He was the son of his Uncle Ali sought to slim, if not best, was the son of the Prophet uncle. So he was he was his cousin, Allah best was the Prophet.

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Uncle, and our best literally means lion in Arabic. Our best means lions, they use the son of the lions.

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In fact, he was alive when it came to deceit. That's why the AMA and the Sahaba and the tibial nerve they coordinate best and help, as they call them the Ocean of Knowledge when it came to tafsir beautiful name or a nickname, looked a baby Alhambra. Alba he was called Alhambra, Albus panela.

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Common, brief translation,

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the ocean of knowledge.

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Today, people get nicknames like Joker, clown.

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On the line, what a name What a nickname. I'll have robot here another nickname. To do man, I'll call an war a nickname, The interpreter of the Quran to America and Japan on what an honor. This is the best book I've

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given to the best of men, also the best of prophets and the rest of messengers on the best of nights via the best of angels to the best of nations in the best of places. To be nicknamed the interpreter of this amazing book with such amazing virtues. What an honor to do man or an the interpreter of the Quran. It's Panama.

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See why we're spending a little bit more time and if not best, deserves it. It deserves that and more.

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Who called him towards the middle class? Among them? Is the Ocean of Knowledge himself. If no Massoud his co mate, his co buddy not I'm jealous of him put him down no Habibi, he said nehama. To do man Al Quran? If not this is what an awesome Nana, right? What an awesome What a wonderful interpreter of the Quran is ignored bass. That's a man, a scholar, a Sahabi, who himself is a scholar of the Quran and I'm affected. And you when you want to know your level of knowledge, then you have to be or look at how the people of knowledge themselves praise you. So by definition, who is Ireland, among them is praised by Parliament, when a scholar says he's a scholar. So that was his

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go Holocene as a scholar, when a chef says he's a chef. He's a chef. Don't go off the opinion of the Masters in the layman. No, it will. Tamia said vj he doesn't know the island. The ignorant doesn't know the scholar, but the island scholar knows the Jay Leno's ignorant. Why, because the island used to be ignorant, but the ignorant never used to be a scholar.

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He never was a scholar says he can recognize one. But Adam says he was right. I was ignorant. So he recognized ignorant ignorance when he sees it, he was that and he sees someone going in the same mistakes he has to be like that he knows he recognizes right. So the ignorant one cannot identify the knowledgeable one, but the knowledgeable one can identify the ignorant.

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So if they can identify the ignorant, that means I can identify the knowledgeable. So he was knowledgeable, enormous rude. And so he said, Now I'm a total human ultra ignorant does pan a lot. You also find all of these quotes in the Tafseer have indicated.

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Also, another thing, who is more knowledgeable when it came to him not besame Masood.

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If not best, no doubt, no doubt. I like your hesitation. Good. You must be good at knowledge, if not best is far more knowledgeable. Why? For many reasons, of course, that which we mentioned, even Massoud even praised him but also also, Eben Mishra died in the 32 injury.

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If not best outlived him. He lived 36 years after that. So he lived an extra

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36 years after

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even my soul 36 years so imagine you can only imagine and contemplate how much knowledge he gained after that. What do you think of a person for 36 years studying learning revising teaching, how much more knowledge will they gain? So he had 36 years more on in the muscle? If not best number one. So I want to recite from this book I want to read from this book sorry. A beautiful statement.

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On an Amish

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we'll call it our mesh on everywhere alien, establish value and Abdullah infamous Rhode Island most in a most simple hedge. I laid out the Londo when he was the halifa he appointed his

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Not bastard America and have robot appointed him as the leader of the hungry. You know today you have chef Absalom and a chef Avada is your spiritual leader. Right? So, who was the spiritual leader of this group? If not best, who appointed him? Ali? If so, if my bass was the spiritual leader of this HUD group, it says it's the halifa who added most him for heart openness. He gave me hope, but he gave a talk. This is my best he gave an awesome talk for Cora freeholds. But he saw total Bukhara or phillipa surah nor fissara had the Sierra loves me auto, low semi auto room over to COVID de la assalamu Kula whom he said he gave a sermon and he gave seed of sorts of Bukhara another way another

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generation says certain nor, and he gave Deaf seed like no ever he before he smashed it in other words, he killed it right? He killed it. He gave this remarkable to see he said if the Romans and the Turks and the de l'amour de this hotbed his speech this stuff said all of them would have accepted Islam. That's how amazing that hotel was. You can only imagine being there imagine you were supposed to go to Hajj the year with him now Besson you missed oh my god I missed out that you know what happened sometimes? right you're gonna go to event and then you say oh cancel I'm not gonna go and then you hear how awesome that event was your luck but that doesn't happen to you It happened to

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you What happened? Final *

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hola hamdulillah

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Rama deserving but they all recorded by no doubt isn't the experience of being there is a different different experience in so I hear a lot about Shabbat and last week was a cracker the week before that was even more of a cracker and like before that was correct

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right and so you miss out on this quarterback I wish I went so the lesson the moral is my brother's when you hear of something of higher right a good opportunity don't don't miss out jump on it sees it You never know it can never it might not come back. Right so there's an important event coming up twins a faith

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plug it in twins of faith coming up and also time for change event of the week after. And is that a synergy Mel Robbins conference also, and there's another event will shuffle back result I think same weekend. being rich and famous righteous, being rich and righteous. It's all of these events and I try to take advantage of them while you're healthy while you can before you get married. Blumstein

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get the seed of an avocado

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Yeah, raised with the buffaloes Danny the Tafseer of it and you find a lot of if not bears, but a lot of olive if there's maybe one of you can get together right and go through the works of the tougher seed and just pick out our best of cedar Baccarat and component or book

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or one of these opportunities for you my brothers and I there's opportunities that come I think the other might have have conquered everything when it comes to my journey in every generation new Bedard come, right so you need new terminologies immediately start a heart you need new principles. So, you know, there's always things to do. But one of you can even if it's in English, that's okay. Just use the translations. One if you do it that'll be an awesome project if hasn't been done already. I don't personally know of

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those to do. Maybe you another brother. You take the photo buddy, you take the seat of nicaea you take the seat assadi you take a tour Toby right, and just just pick out my best one. Imagine that. Now I don't know. Is there a book called The best like pork verse?

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We're gonna get to him in a moment. Yeah, because we, you know, the best of the among the best is not bad. And his greatest student was Majed, which we're going to discuss now.

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So let's get into the tablet so that was ignore bus. So now you appreciate that name when you hear it.

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So we said if you don't find an IRA or a hadith or a statement from the companions, what do you go to for explanation of the Quran?

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What tab you're on right? The tab your own

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tab, your own tab.

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And there's a lot of them. Of course number one, also underline it. Mujahid what kind of Mujahidin and he was a tumor dad when it came to the city I underline that one but there's others named Lisa

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Otto good.

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I thought Allison was at hazard. Al basri good.

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He was also from the students if not best.

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Not even seen medical or fake and our bare

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I've even seen hamaca law you have the law

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like saying Yeah, the law just sounds nice. And you have a book I like saying those two names just come out nice.

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Of course there are others what can I go to everything what and my stroke my stroke

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you may want to put an underline under that as well because we're gonna quote Misook there are many but these are among the most prominent names will load data Ireland

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now as we're going to start writing about Mujahid

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Mujahid said I reviewed the most half with if not best, not once, not twice, thrice Mujahid

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I reviewed the Quran with if not best was if not best, I'll have Alba todo Manuka rasulillah. Right. He reviewed the whole Quran beginning to end not one surah and then leave the course. Right the whole Quran beginning to end three times. So panela Amazing, amazing.

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And he said I reviewed it thrice from beginning to end asking him about each and every eye in it.

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What is Elif? Let me mean what is Delhi Calcutta Valera for me what every single ayah to there is Allahu Akbar. And if your God is stated in his stuff said that even Abby Malaika said, I saw Mujahid asking him about about the Tafseer of the Quran. While he was holding his tablets, his papers with him. They said I saw him and he's asking him asking asking him Is it in our best will say to him octobe right, and to Mujahid asked him about the entirety of seed. And this is why sufian authority said something remarkable, and I'll repeat this for those who wish to write it down. When you have a canister filled with sodium or in a jacket of co2 and Mujahid Hasbrook IV if the Tafseer of Mujahid

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reaches you, that is sufficient for you. Halas stamp of approval. If the Tafseer of Mujahid reaches you. It is sufficient for you who said Sophia an authority Sophia an authority. So the two prominent you could say virtues of Majed he reviewed the Quran How many times? Three times with her?

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If not best? Excellent, excellent. And the second we said was Sophia and authority said if the Tafseer of her Mujahid reaches you well she did sufficient for hospital Gabby for hospital cabbie.

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So we're done with the tiberian

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sun with the sources methods have to learn about silence when it came to speaking about the book of Allah without knowledge. It's mentioned a few statements from the self and the Sahaba tambien.

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To see it by mere opinion, how long, how long. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stated as per the Hadees reported by an Ibis that Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam said, Man,

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he whoever speaks about the Quran based on his mere opinion, or that he has no knowledge of right. ob mela yalom failure to bow madhumita Now, let him take a seat in the hellfire.

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Now you booked tickets to go overseas,

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saying book book and reserve your place in the fire.

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Speaking about the book of Allah with that knowledge

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and that's why the seller when it came to

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record a chef and Miss rook Miss rock from a tabular and he said it could sci fi the Tafseer avoided in other words, be careful, it could proceed for a number who are required to anila for it is the duration of a law. You want to speak about the speed and you have no knowledge be where you are now in the writing on behalf of Allah. That's serious stuff my brothers, you are saying by giving the feed without knowledge we're talking about USA. Allah is with me on this. On the day of judgment, Allah is going to be with me he's going to agree with me that's what you're saying. I am said to speak about the deen without knowledge or to speak about the deen in general is like signing off on

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behalf of Allah.

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Panama's like signing off on behalf of a lion His Messenger. You know people today don't dare sign on behalf of someone else. Now serious jail time.

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And a person can get fined 1000s of $4,000 a person wouldn't even dare sign a check on behalf of their boss without permission to speak about the danger freely without knowledge is like signing off on behalf of a lion is messenger. So that was a remarkable lie when I read that that should be my brother's that masuk said mysuper material Technion tafsir for innama who are required to anila beware of the seed avoided

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because it is veneration

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related to Allah

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yes ceferino read on this

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No, not don't talk about the Quran. I'm gonna get to when you talk when don't you talk?

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medical of some other statements, Nakata, Malik, Anya heaviside and Sidon the Messiah Poseidon and Musab another great Tabby. I didn't write it there for you but Sade even almost I am. Not more so yeah, but some people say sin Musa Yep. Great February. He said no Ghana either su illa Anta, Syria when he was asked about the Tafseer of an ayah and he didn't have knowledge about it. Right? Call in Lana. colouful Anisha we don't speak unless we have knowledge. We don't speak unless we have knowledge that was side. Ignore al-musawi. What color is it? Ignore ABS EAD call con ello ser eternal Messiah annual holiday was haraam. He said we used to ask side ebenen Musa another great

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day. We asked him about halal haram he was an expert and he said what kind of a nasty phenolic he was the most knowledgeable when it came to heteroatom However, for either sellner who anti FCD it middle Quran saccade can hold me as Masha when we would ask him about Tafseer of the Quran However, he would be silent as if he didn't even hear anything. You ask him a question he didn't even respond to you didn't even look at you. Today you do that would be considered rude. Sorry to say but ask him at the feet of the crowd. If you didn't know

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he didn't even say look I don't know you won't even say anything he just as if you didn't hear someone talking to him while he sang before someone talking from here He will answer say even mo saves Panama

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and he shared with Nora on mass email to Abby Oh will Minka tabula caught I never heard my father gift of seed of an eye ever. And he's got his father was a scholar. He's I've never heard my father because they used to be speaking about the Quran we can Oh yeah, of course. That's when you don't have knowledge or to me guesswork. That's why I started with the hadith of Rasulullah who speaks about the Quran based on his opinion, or that which has no knowledge of let him occupy book reserve his place in Delphi. But when you do have knowledge, no problem. In fact, if you have knowledge of something, and you asked and you withhold it, you could be held accountable and punished because of

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that, by so many idiots when you're not going to get into so if you know of something, teach no problem. Last time I gave you permission. What's the Hadith belt level? Annie? Well, I said preach reach others, even if it's one area, no problem. If you know you learned it with a chef, it's authentic. For example, if someone asks you, what's the best method of the feed? You learn the four stages. What's the first stage via Quran if you don't find an eye expanding another you go to the sooner third Sahaba fourth time and you all know that very well. Now you can teach it just not well, it's not never talking about the Quran.

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It's only never talked about the Quran when you have no knowledge. That's the issue. If you don't know say, I don't know. In fact, to say I don't know when you don't know is actually the correct answer.

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As actually a right answer. Don't feel embarrassed once and remember shabby was asked the question and he said landmen if he had the muscle of knowledge. The man was shocked. He said, landmark, get to know his alytus Damon Hadley makuta. Aren't you embarrassed to say out of nowhere and moved in Iraq? You're the Mufti of Iraq. You're the scholar. You're the scholar them of the unit? No. He said, How can you? You know, I Don't you feel ashamed? He said, Well, I can Mr. Han Malaika and Mr. Carlos of Chanukah Lal Mallanna however, the angels weren't sure when they said we don't know.

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That's an honor. You want to be an angel. Habibi Masada know when you don't know.

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The angel said lead Madonna. So Alicia Mousavi says land mellie same. Byron know when they were asked. I don't know when I was asked if I didn't know what you know, speak. But what you don't know, refrain? refrain.

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So that in summary, can we cover the topic speaking about the Quran without knowledge it's best to remain silent. As for the meanings of crann pseudo ni we've taken this in the Arabic college course. However, very briefly, put an The word put an came from which word for which means

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recite to summarize these points to what's called an came from recital.

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As for surah

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has many meanings. The word surah came from

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sore, which we've taken in last semester, right? a fence a wall, because just as a fence or a wall encompasses things on the inside the sort of encompasses and includes the ayat, and I walk and protect things, right. So likewise a surah protects the eighth and the Quranic protected, but the word surah as he mentioned in his word, the word surah was used to describe a complete mature perfect camel. So surah literally means something complete

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something which is perfect.

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And this is based on the famous poet and Nebula Nebula so they would call the camel and now I've got a timer so rotten, the Napa the camel, which is perfect, mature, strong. It's called sutra, the panel and the word sutra Finally, also made something lofty and high. raised.

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The famous poet Nebula said when praising the king one day, lm Tara and aloha talk so rotten, then you say Allah has given you a surah Meaning what? Not a chapter from the Quran.

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high status high position, when you say Allah has given you a high status,

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start praying towards him, pray to him already right? What are you doing? By saying Allah is giving you a soda? Right? So meaning something Hi. So those are all the meanings found in Surah? What am I

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and why am I doing this? Why? So as students of knowledge, you know, just, you know, the translation of surah to chapter is not really 100% correct. It doesn't necessarily mean verse right? It's much more than that. It has many meanings among them.

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Miracle Mirza What else? I also means

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in oggi but wonder Wow, what what an amazement something which is wonderful.

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I wonder and also in the eye of the monkey Yanni in Allah Mata Mulkey, I mean Salama sign, right? Because the ayat of the Quran assigns signs of his divinity scientists from Allah. So those are in very brief summary of what those terms mean. This is all mentioned in them. Look at this, we'll cut the my introduction. And then finally,

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I'm going to quote this to save some time. What about the number of a number of eight? There are at least 6008 at least 6000

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not gonna get into the difference of opinion on 6100 6600 right? At least $6,000 you avoid this dilemma and other opinions. What about number of words? According to APA Who was he from regeneration?

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Awesome. I thought it knew your salt from the tab your own medical or fake he said there are 77,000 77,439 words. 439 words in the Quran.

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Measuring the reward you get if you finish the Quran, Roman.

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Atwood, how many letters in a word sometimes some words have 10 letters for us quaner kumeu.

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As four letters, number of letters, according to Mujahid, who was Mujahid, the student of

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Edna burse which generation?

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Debbie said. He said, Our count is 321,300

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is your 329,000.

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321,004. He said our count was 321,180 letters 180 letters, that was moja hits count.

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Things is important. Yeah, it is because it's dealing with the best book on the face of the planet. So they dealt with the Quran. they approach the Quran, like, you know, just as people, they delve into issues, right, because they value them, right? People delve into issues, unfortunately, that have no value, but because they valuable they think it's valuable, they delve into it. So the Quran is the most valuable, most valuable book that we have one of our greatest assets. So they went into all of these details upon us for dividing the Quran in parts. Finally, before actually we'll take two more things. It's divided into famous 30. But you can also divide it in seven as a as we've

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taken in our normal clan. The Sahaba would divided the Quran to seven. Remember three sower and then five swore, then seven swore nine so on 11 or 13. So then move on. Right? So that's how they divided the Sahaba. Finally, this is the last thing does the Quran contain non Arabic words? Allah said in and now Quran, Arabic.

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Allah revealed as an Arabic Quran and Oriental cinema buddies.

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non Arabic words in the Quran does not contain non Arabic words a lot to be said there is HTML that the Quran does not contain any non Arabic expressions

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are to be said no. There are no non Arabic expressions in the Quran Allah says in Arabic Quran.

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The scholars however, said there are some non Arabic names like Lord Ibrahim, nor their names However, they share amongst all languages. So it's not a non Arabic term.

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It's part of the Arabic became part of the Arabic it's shared that Arabic And it's also other Aramaic and other languages. You see, you can't say it's non Arabic. For example, when I say the word democracy, it must speak in English. When I say democracy is an English word. It is But where was it originally?

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Yeah, Greek. Okay, democracy, k forms, demos and cracy. Right? Power to the People. The authority to legislate to the people. That's what it means. So demos, demos, cracy is a Greek word. But democracy when I say democracy might not speak in English Australian I am. So it's shared amongst other languages. So you can't say when I say the word democracy, I must speak in English to speak in English. If I say in Arabic democracy, yeah. Now speaking Arabic you say? So those names, those names are shared. No, Ibrahim, no, they're shared amongst languages. So that's our opinion. Does that come along later? So panicle lahoma will be hum digna shadow Allah in the midst of Eureka wanna

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