Muhammad Al Bizry – Quraan – Episode 15

Muhammad Al Bizry
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various topics related to the Arabic language, including its meaning, meaning behind various names, and the importance of "offense" in the definition of "offense." They also mention various people and events related to the language, including its origin, meaning behind various names, and the importance of the fruit fruit in people's names. The transcript describes the benefits of the Quran, including reciting and discussing words, and discusses its usefulness in describing people and its importance in people's names.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah.

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Let's revise Quran.

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In the first week, we looked at the different books of the siege. I mentioned Tafseer.

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Correct. Which is the seed even get here? They've said, October is good. And of course Toby mentioned a few. What is the most sound book of the seed? No.

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Poverty. The most sound authentic book of the year, according to Mineola is tafsir. Toby.

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Many other elements, because it's his, he said he can feel it because

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Yeah, what did he do?

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His own like

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his own.

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He had that striving as a scholar. Yeah, no. In fact, no, no, no, even to me. It was the one also who said it is more sounding correct. And however, we said what's more preferred for the layman and all Muslims was advocated for a few minutes, a few minutes like that, then yes.

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If you want there's a federal on this on Islam QA, go some QA type into it. You see what the scholar said about it? Yeah, so you get all that Dylan who said what and we mentioned also, I believe, we said with our LMS if you have to travel to China to get it do so. And we mentioned a few of the statements of the seller regarding poverty, but that's the most authentic sound. best book of

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Cordoba we said a few, but what you need to know is the most sound is to see robbery

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and who authored it?

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injury correct. Yes. Injury robbery, that's his name. So every engineer

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has to care. And that is the most sound

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and authentic.

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However, it's more suited for her.

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it's more suited for people of knowledge.

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seated nicosia's is more suited for her yeah laymen and scholars also in other words all Muslims

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so it's not as if even concede is only for the layman but rather it's for everyone.

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They will look at it Nicosia this biography.

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Among his bio we discussed his full name which was

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Abu Alfie that is married even considered

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abdulfatah a smiley because here

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what you need to know is more of his teachers who was his main teacher

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Yeah, that's right. His his classmate was like hanging out with your man here. Mohammed Mahmoud here. So that was like even casier and even notify him. Our CO is in class. So ignorance by em IGNOU Kathy, and the habido students of everything me he was like the head shakes the head honcho.

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So and the greatness of a teacher is seen via his students, when and how great a teacher is look at his students.

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an opposite is true, how bad a teacher is like a student.

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Or is it?

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This is a general or there's always exceptions to every rule. That's what you mean.

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So you're thinking to yourself,

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be great brothers.

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I'm impressed with Danny. The level of commitment that you brothers have and you've stuck it out since the start

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And the numbers are still very strong. Look at that. We've got 123455 spots missing, and maybe because some others are not going to do the revision or the quiz, but the classes have been very strong from day one. That's very good.

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That will bless you. So we looked at his main teacher and we looked at his books.

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His books included a few you don't need to know every book, but to know a couple, what are some of them?

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Yes, story of the Prophet is actually part of his main collection called everyday when the higher but America is a matter of knowledge. You're so good that Lorena looked into these masterpiece collections that they extracted parts of it. So that's actually a part of his main collection. And he would be fortunate just to author that. Well, that's actually a part a few chapters from eBay. So you can imagine how great that collection was. So I'd be the only hire was a historical collection on the beginning to the end of time, literally. What else?

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Yeah, of course, that's your chronology. So it was a scholar of cram. And he also had a commentary on Sahih al Bukhari Sahih al Bukhari and he also authored that he had for tolerable Jihad and he had worked on masala Hadith. So based on his books, we can determine what he was a scholar of.

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Correct for them, and Hadith.

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And tafsir.

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What about Arabic? Yes, and we mentioned that Excellent. So it shows you he wasn't just a scholar of one field, but rather a scholar of many.

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And also history. Sure.

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Yeah, Allah. Yeah, no doubt. He was a scholar. So he was also a scholar of history, because he authored LBJ when he had.

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So that's what we can derive.

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Then the week after that, we looked at the sources of seed, you need to know this.

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The best way to give seed is via our own mirror opinions and rational explanations, correct? absolutely false. What's the punishment for that?

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He said, someone said the punishment, the one who gives the seed on his own opinion.

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That's true, and what's the punishment?

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Correct. failure. toboa makhado minara sola said whoever gives the seed based on our knowledge, from his own opinion, let him occupy reserve book a seat in the hellfire.

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Now you booked tickets to go overseas, he booked accommodation will book your place in the Hellfires panel. And that's scary stuff. So don't give up seat based on

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your own opinion to Adam I said, a nocturnal focal often revelation above reasoning. They also said, Let our Damodara local Bell Ll for whole

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don't rely on the minds returned to the stallions, the family who is the stallions, the son of the pious predecessors, so sources of deceit first and foremost, we try to give Tafseer of the Quran via the Quran. Good, then

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the Sunnah. Then our minds

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never never ever Sure.

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So now Hadith In other words, and then

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why are the statements of

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companions? Yeah,

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they're the best LMS Of course, in terms of generations, is that what you meant scholars? And then we look at the generation after them Who were they? Who excellent.

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And then some random added a fifth category, which is one of the Arabic language No problem, but never

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via one's opinion.

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If you do that,

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it's *.

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I will protect us.

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And then we will it went into Yes. Okay.

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I can ask now the brothers are running

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out of money.

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pondering and reflecting Nepal. But when you want to teach someone this I mean, this was tentative, see

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if it's clean and simple, like the plan is simple like getting all our habits, how many you can say

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as long as you're not going against Shani? The meaning always check

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Always check and all the time that I had to clean anyway, lost it the Quran has been just clean.

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But just don't get fat when someone asks you a question. He said based on what I'm thinking that's where you have to watch out for, but contemplating and reflecting no problem.

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So, we then looked at what the

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the Euro lemma and the seller have said about speaking with that knowledge.

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And among them was Misook What did he say?

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masuk said it could have said avoid tafsir Why would he say avoid the field? because no one's allowed to give tafsir?

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No, autopsy is stopped at the Sahaba No, because even though katheer came after the Sahaba and you have rarely met like of our era assadi and others giving tafsir. So, what does it mean avoid Pepcid? We will have to see.

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What's he saying?

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Because he said it's the narration of Allah. It the author said for a number who are required to anila he said beware of the feed watcher, because you are narrating on behalf of a lot of scary stuff. Okay, you're saying Allah is with me on this issue. So if you're willing to say that,

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then share your affliction have no problem if that answers your question. Great.

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Avoid the feed, beware of the feed, because it is the narration of Allah.

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And we mentioned other scholars how they were solid regarding it, and we're not going to go into all of those details. Yes, yes.

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Missouri missourah need to know which era he was, but he was from the Tiburon. Yeah, we then looked at the Sahaba. And among the things you need to know, who was arguably the best at fc when it came to the company? Even our best and a bit about him. We mentioned a few others. Yes. Who were they

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ever miss out at the football effort? arguably, Abner best was the best Why?

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Because of Dr. Rosen Law.

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And he lived longer than episode true. And

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they called him What?

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Yeah, the interpreter of the Quran toto man Al Quran. And you know, what a nickname today people get nicknamed clown and Joker.

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He was nicknamed the interpreter of the Quran. Allahu Akbar. And Armando Dano, said, beware of your actions, and what you do habitually, because you'll be known by

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that which you do constantly be known by it. So if you always praying to be known as a worshipper, you always seek in order to be known as a student. It was joking, we're known as the Joker, you always live in and as a liar, it was come let you be known as a late comer, for example.

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not picking on anyone, but you get the ID. But beware of what you do constantly you become known by it. So if not burst through the landfill. Actually, we sat on the line human

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and human because the human his father, at best,

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if not best wrote the law and humor was arguably

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was one of the most knowledgeable of the

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for many reasons, draw of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And even Massoud called him

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the interpreter of the Quran.

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So that was his Annie Fela companion also, and he was a scholar of Quran as well if the Masada was a scholar, who called him to determine the interpreter of

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so underlined in hombres

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he also had another nickname,

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Dean, then we're limited when you don't need another drop.

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Yeah, the Ocean of Knowledge correct. That was another nickname we had.

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And how brutal

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the word have literally means ink.

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And bar means ocean. But you wouldn't translate that exactly as it is the ink of ocean because it doesn't really make sense. But it's the meaning that you have to translate. Sometimes brothers when they're translating for a shift

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translate it to literally, exactly word for word you can't do that just translate the meaning behind it. Because a lot of tabula rasa expressions in Arabic, you can't even find them in English.

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So he was no doubt among the best.

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And who was his main student?

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Mujahid underline that name was even abbesses main student.

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What did he do with him?

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Correct. He reviewed the Quran, not once, not twice, but thrice

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Allahu Akbar three times my dear brothers.

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He didn't just sit in a course with ignore bass, maybe for a month and he missed half the classes as well, as many people do know, he did the series, a whole CRAN who's done that once.

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One of the sisters were saying she did succeed with shift gll or suit Ibiza, which took seven lessons.

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Amanda should

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probably take 70 lessons. Imagine the Hulk and he didn't just sit and do the whole crowd and this is the subset of novellas you're not going to just give you what we're going to give you today. He's going to give you a much more so the Hulk or an perhaps we'll take maybe 70s.

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shahadat happy to hola started to see it of the Quran before I went to Egypt, which was 2011 and is still going

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on. And let's just see the Saudi which is more of a more docile anyway.

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Imagine the How could I probably take 10 years he did a three times my dear brothers, that's around 30 years, you could say I'm just guessing here but realistically you're looking at Yeezys. So he was the best who reviewed

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the Quran thrice with him.

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And what was said about him

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if he stuffs it

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reaches you. It's efficient stamp of approval. If he steps he reaches you, it's sufficient. That was a statement of sufficient authority.

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So the two feet of Majed if you read my dad's this been accepted.

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In jurkat tafsir on Mujahid fastball, cabbie, it's efficient for you.

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What are some other tambien?

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Give me some names. Correct.

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Al Hassan al basri

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portada excellent.

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Yeah, we've taken that

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I thought

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we said what starts with S, Sophia and authority.

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Ruby also.

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So there are many. Now a couple to help you.

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Among the things you need to know.

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the meanings in general Of course, of the word could add

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the word Sora

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the word

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I could ask you about all three I could ask you about one.

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I want you to study it. Because this is beneficial.

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For sometimes you get to the question, what did I study this one was even in the quiz.

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But there are a couple of things I've added in there just for extra benefit because they're important to know.

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Now I don't need you to be able to define the word called linguistically came from Cora and Kira and core, but just the meanings in general the word could an came from two words in English, you know,

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re citation

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because the river

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has been compiled for you cover to cover.

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So I'm not going to ask you what's the linguistic definition of it and confuse you like we did in term one? Don't worry.

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What about the word sorta? It means something which is Yeah.

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So what does it do?

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It encompass and protects. Good. So that's among the things. Jani, you need to know. So I saw something that protects and encompasses good. What else I saw is something that is

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Hi, I'm have the good.

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What else? Something that is

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We said the camera was called sooner Why? when it reached,

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perfection and maturity good. So something which is complete.

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And perfect is called the surah.

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So those are among the definitions of surah. Like I said, you're not going to have to tell me the linguistic definition that came from soul, or surah. At Nana, as long as you know the meanings of it. That's really what's most important.

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And this was all mentioned by Lucas here in the beginning of his career.

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And to show you the indicator Batticaloa as a scholar of Arabic

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question, oh, yeah.

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Good. So it can refer to a sign or a miracle, or, I wonder?

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Good. That's it.

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among the things you need to know,

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the virtues of the Quran.

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We had two lessons on this.

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We had two lessons we mentioned five, no, at least a couple.

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What's one of the virtues?

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Correct. One of them was that the Quran was sent down via seven gates, the other books of revelation revealed via one gate in Ghana, and will sit down in seven, I have seven modes. So that was one of the virtues. So as long as you know, a couple and know how to ride it out properly,

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then you'll be right. At one What's another mentioned five, the reward? You talked about the rewards that you can mention a lot about that where the profile is four to seven said every house every letter you get that has an ad. And

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the first one we said the grandma said try seven gates. And in seven modes. The second virtue, we said about the rewards were the rewards in citation. Right? We said the alpha Well, yes, we in fact,

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it makes you elevate. It also gives you benefit, and also will intercede for you. There's many ahaadeeth we mentioned about that. As for the reward we said every half you reward by 10. So not an alarm multiplied by 700. We said those who read the Quran from Al Fatiha tonasket

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33 million has an at least an enormous knowledge multiplied many times over. Does it get more? Yes, it does. So we went on to mention all of those ahaadeeth and about the Day of Judgment you'll be taught to recite for everyone a recite you'll be elevated. So the more you know, the higher you go. So these are among the added you can mentioned for the rewards and the benefits behind it. The intercession also in Yama, the AMA was philosophy

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for England, Khurana Yeti Yeoman Tamati, Shafi and cassava he read the Quran regularly because it will come on the day of judgment as an intercessor for its companions.

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So imagine the Quran interceding for you. Yeah. We said, you know, if you get into trouble here and you go to court, you find the best lawyer in town to get you out of your jam. Imagine the Quran as your lawyer so to speak on Judgement Day. And if I was gonna refuse these words

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it'll plea on your behalf or have a love.

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Yes, yes, there are Hadith indicate that Allah would be also among the intercessors for his oma, also the angels sometimes and some of the believers. So there's different types of shefa. There's a Chevelle el cobre, or Shavasana different types. So those are among the virtues. I was number two, the reward and the benefits. We said.

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Yes, we said it's the miracle that

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is everlasting, up into the depth determine there are many miracles that are most of the only one okay. But the this we said this miracle is everlasting up until the Day of Judgment whereas the earliest miracles of the early prophets were temporary, because see them now. So that was another benefit of virtue of the Quran. It's an everlasting miracle that surpass the miracle of the other prophets, I was straight for.

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We said that was part of the Messiah. Remember, we describe the Messiah. So you may want to mention that as a virtue, that the Quran is not just a reward, but rather the third means the word reward the me movement, conversation, which also mean for my seller to drop the shin for she fat, which is a cure the end for me now the informal knowledge and action. So those you can mention that that's a whole. And if you just mentioned that it's enough for you. So

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we've actually discussed it in detail. If you can't remember that maybe you want to say we said the statement of a chef, we said, there's not a single problem in the world, except the Korean has its solution. Remember how we talked about what we say and what Allah says. So you could say the Quran is a solution for your needs. And all you do is memorize that by now I constantly say, that's another virtue. But Quran is a solution for your needs. No, you did and then mention the statement of a chef right to back it up. So those are all virtues you can mention. And you know, a couple at least.

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Then we looked at the virtues of the best man, the virtue sorry, of alpha.

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So you need to know, one or two,

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at least.

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What are some of the virtues is the best suit our greatest suit? And that's one.

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Perfect it was sent down via an exclusive gate. Wire special Angel.

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It's a cure the story of the cure. That's number three. Good. The story of herbicides, you can mention the Hadeeth of herbicides, three of them just right cure, but mentioned maybe a bit about it, where the the man, the tribal leader, what happened to him? He was bitten by a snake and the Sahaba, they recited effect on him and he got up immediately. Correct. What's another one?

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Where a solar said?

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Yes, there's no solar without it. So the virtuous over that it's called a solar because it makes your solar excepted.

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And we also said that no solar was revealed like it, neither in the Torah, or the engine for this award, or the chorale itself. So that was another virtue is no sort of like it. So number one, we said, it's the greatest sort of McLaren, you could say that. Number two, the sort of the cure outside the fortress, Hades.

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Or you could say the number three or set down for an exclusive gate in general. Why number four, you can mention

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how there's no sort of like it not even in the previous scriptures, or what hamdulillah the Quran itself. So this, as long as you know, one or two, you'll be right.

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Not from after not all of them.

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Then we looked at the best Miller.

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So among the things you need to know,

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are the virtues of the best mela.

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But in particular, the virtues of the name, Allah.

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Tell me something special about this thing?

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a small Jama. Perfect, it's a comprehensive name.

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What does that mean? It's comprehensive.

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Correct. It includes all of the last names and attributes. Sure. So that's one. What's something else special we can say about lemon law? It's exclusive for Allah.

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You can use it for anyone

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or anything.

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Yes, that's true.

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It is praise. And among the things we said

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which you need to know

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is that it is Malloy album, the greatest mighty snake.

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You need to know a couple of virtues of these the other What's this the other?

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Correct when you say out of electromagnetic energy. We mentioned five I believe.

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It cleanses the mouth, perhaps of the foul speech you must have or you may have engaged in that day.

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What else is to

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say it's your spirit.

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Spiritual mouthwash better than Colgate and

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it adorns it getting it ready for the prepares you for the Quran speech of Allah

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and it declares your

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humbleness loves that that's another virtue

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and also provides your

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defense protection and and then it prepares you for when you fighting an enemy defense not enough you need offense it prepares you for the launching attack with the best manner. Sure. So those are five things we mentioned. We said number one cleanses the mouth, purifies it from the foul speech number two, Dawn's getting ready for the re citation of the Quran. Number three, we said it humbles you

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and then we said it provides your defense and then gets you ready for offense. So as long as you know a couple you'll be right.

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And finally, you need to know a few differences at least a couple between the names Ar Rahman AR Rahim

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what are some differences between these two lofty names

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during last week, so hope you didn't forget.

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Correct? Ramen is softer than aromas if not better, that's one good

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correct which is general

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ramen it includes every form of mercy. That was a statement of a valid fantasy. So a man is more encompassing

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more general so every mercy falls under man mercy to the mercy to the believers mercy to the animals everything or every mercy falls under Roman rose Rahim is more specific to her correct Mashallah. You're just dying to say that when you

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do face the question in the answer

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those are two we mentioned What else? What about using it to name people?

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You can't use or recommend for people ever.

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You can use rock man or woman What about if you place up before? Yes, you can no problem but we're just using talking about the name. What about Rahim? Can you use Rahim for people?

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I just saw him.

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Yes, you can also use it to describe I fought a lot I use it to describe Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam bill Molina ro

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so Rahim as another difference. Rahimi can use for people want a man cannot because we said who called himself a manly man.

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Because it's a man. So Allah gave him the name of the perpetual way up until the day of judgment.

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Allah later

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Yes, good. So we said if I if a word is on the same structural pattern as fine

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then you can use it for people you can use it for humans, meaning the first letter has 1234 letters right? And the first one is the first half. The second man has a castle

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and then there's a yap which is second and then the last letter. So get him

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is on the same pattern as far as no problem you can just for people. Aileen

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see for Fatah Pathak second letter Castro Castro dinner Yeah. Sakina no problem. Rahim also.

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Highly. Rohit Rahim, Karim Ali nurple Newton users for humans. So now a couple of the differences between Ar Rahman AR Rahim zakum law when you ask Allah azza wa jal to grant us beneficial knowledge and righteous actions aiming to panic alone will become the one La La Land as the federal governor to go with it.


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