Quraan – Episode 23

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The importance of understanding the meaning of words and phrases in the Baccarat record is discussed, including manners and actions in relation to "has" and "has." The speakers emphasize the need for both manners and actions in relation to sex, including practicing good manners with others and learning from lessons. The conversation also touches on the topic of marriage and divorce, with emphasis on the importance of proper techniques and avoiding anger. The speakers stress the importance of finding one'ser's stance and finding their name in the Bible, as well as testing one's behavior and finding their true love.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah obat provision for prayer and

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after we finished in Al Fatiha we looked at and buckler. Now you're not going to be asked about Fatiha. That was last term. We already did the quiz for that. So really,

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week two we looked at sort of the buckler.

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among the things you need to know, is I would suggest no to a at

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all a lesson from sort of Baccarat and its benefits any less. Yeah, so maybe I would suggest for you so you can get ready for the exam is no to a at Northern property and the benefits and the lessons you can derive. That's very important for your exam.

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So we're not going to go through every area, but we're just going to go through it generally.

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Now we said to the Baccarat links to suit the Fatiha Yes. How

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in the hell are we asking a lot for guidance in a certain Mr. fame and then sort of Baccarat starts by saying this book is guide into that in another way is that sort of idea is the greatest surah and in a buckler, you have the greatest, so it combines the greatest. Then we looked at in sort of Buffalo, the meanings of Alif Lam Meem and Alif Lam Meem these letters and others like noon off etc. What are they called?

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And mocha dot good and farofa mocha and mocha tart. And according to the Select, like ignore bass and others, they actually have meanings. What did we say this is found in advocacy.

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Good sound we're of the opinion that this refers to these letters, the names of Allah, this was the pinnacle of not best. What else

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the opening good then openers for where they are sore, the openness of the sword.

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the names of the surah itself. These are opinions of the seller.

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And in our bass was also of the opinion that these are letters. These letters are actually oaths that are lost worldwide. So those are four main opinions when it comes to what these letters are. We said number one Names of Allah specific numbers and

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names of the surah and openings of the surah. And

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others wish that I lost Huawei.

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And the scholars said to be on the safe side, Allahu Allah, Allah truly knows their meanings. Therefore this is something that you find the majority of the scholar said, and to the day those are the opinions of some of the sellers. However, a lot end of the day knows the true meanings. Now among the wisdoms of that the wisdom of these macatawa le Fleming for example. Among the wisdom this was a challenge to the Arab, I challenge you to confirm that this Quran is made up of letters, you know the letters, why don't you bring a Quran of your own? Good.

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Excellent. And another wisdom was to humble to put us in other places. So I was really starting was saying you don't even know the meanings of these letters. How can you come with this attitude? Look, I know it'll take it easy. And the fact that these macatawa constantly mentioned in the Quran, it's a constant reminder, you have progressed so far in the Quran, do you memorize so much? Well, guess what? You still don't know. Anything really, at the end of the day, that mother has given us all this knowledge. So it's a humble reminder. Every time we read these mock up that so that's very important in terms of knowing the wisdoms behind these mock ups.

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The first characteristic Allah gives to the believers is what? Allah Nina, you manana will live they believe in the unseen, very important. In other words, we believe in the unseen and we believe in something not because it's cute, cuddly fuzzy, more likes on Facebook or more hits on YouTube. We believe it because it's from Allah, Allah vibe. And really at the end of the day, that summarizes these items that summarize and this concept is the theme of obatala. Sure, what is the theme of

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fear to summarize in Baccarat in one sentence? What is it that you submit to the commands of Allah, even if they sound irrational, even if you don't understand them, and that's what last started with and if you don't understand that just admit, so panelizer Alif Lam. Meem is a summary of a buffalo and it's called buffalo because of the incident of the cow What happened? A man was murdered from much mentally ill, and they asked Moosa look, we want to know who the killer was. So he told them slaughter a cow. I said, What for count? You take us as fools. Just do it. And they almost did it. So they didn't submit to the commander initially, and then he went astray. So really, that's the

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lesson of a record I submit to the command even if you don't fully understand it, and that's why the first story in ibaka is one story.

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Adams creation, a lot told the angels to prostrate they all did except aliens.

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was among the jinn. He didn't do it. He didn't see the wisdom, he didn't see the logic behind it. And because of that he went astray. But Abraham was commanded to prostrate towards stone, the Kaaba and he did science as he was guided the difference.

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Really, that's the theme of Al Baqarah.

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And then after believing in the unseen, a lot talks about actions, actions, like they pray, and they give sort of our thoughts a connection between believing in the unseen and actions.

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Belief in the unseen requires actions by its very good belief in the unseen prompts you inspires you to actions, that's really, that's really the lesson there. So once you believe in the unseen, it will make you act. A person who doesn't believe in the unseen doesn't believe in the devil doesn't think why should I act? Why should I pray? Why should I help the poor, needy, what am I going to get out of it? I didn't believe in the day of accountability, no consequences, you know, I'm not going to do anything. When you believe that there's a desert, there's Rick Rick compensation, and you're going to be held accountable, then it'll inspire you to act even when no one's watching. That's very

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pointless. And we also took in Alberta, that belief in the unseen helps you fulfill the commands of Allah.

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Good, so we're done with the buckler.

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We got after that, we looked at sorta

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Alhaji rot

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once again, now a couple of as your favorite as from the surah. memorize them know how to write them out. And the lesson behind it. Very important. We're not going to go through No, no, no, it's in English diploma. But if you want to run Arabic, excellent. I'll be very impressed. But English will do up to you if you just want to put the Arabic and the Listen, no problem. So now a couple of hours from the hospital we took it and know their meanings and know the lessons you can derive from it. Very important. Now, quick overview of algebra two we said the surah can be summarized in two words. What were they?

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Those are the two themes of at

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least two words at a man is

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a flock is manners. So yes, you could say a flower. You could say other

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morals, manners. etiquettes that's one.

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Man very good. masaba a man.

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What's the connection between man as any man?

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Correct. And vice versa? Sure, man. If you have true man, you will have good manners. You have good manners. If a person's manners stink, they don't have complete Eman. And that's what the prophet Allah sorts himself said. He said acmella mean in a manner the most perfect and complete believers in regards to the man and faith are those who pray or night are those who fasted for a second day? What are they?

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They are those who are not home colocar have the best manners. So that's the connection. Another connection we said was what?

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With a man

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after the man first with a law and then now with the people yeah, so no, it's not just about the promises. I mean, the most perfect believers not akamaru has a Caprica man is true. So no he's manners have to first be with Allah has to be a man. Then to complete that man. He has good manners with the people. And managers have three types as you said manners with Allah manners with the creation manners, which

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is it?

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Yeah, no, but he started with Aki they said admin meaning mean, you have to be a movement first and to be a woman you need a man. So he can't know. So you need both? Is this a commando nurse if he said that by the nurse, the most perfect people we didn't say that isn't the most perfect of believers. So belief is first. Really your belief will get you into gender. And your manners will take you up. So thank you up. So you need both really need both manners Aloma get you to gender, brother a man is first. There's another lesson. And that is we said when you have a man that will prompt you to perfect your manners. When I add revealed to the Sahaba you will have the nominal you

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will have the nominal do this and do that or don't do this and don't do that. They actually obeyed. Why because they had the man. In other words, what will make you improve on your manners? For example, lowering your voice in front of the messenger not backbiting, not spying not doing this I'm not doing that to the believers having good manners. What would make you reform your character is having a man so that was a very important lesson we also linked so really that's what the theme of progeroid is because Allah starts Yeah, even the denominator and a phrase or you have a man is constantly repeated and so on. And in terms of manners, we said this surah talks about manners in

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Five or six ways depending how you want to categorize them. So, this sorter is split into five or six different types of manners first manners with Allah, and then manners with rasulillah

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and then manners with

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the evildoers, the facade is good and then the man is with the believers and then

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Then the man is with the people in general and then you could even say six man is going back to Allah azza wa jal

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So really this sort of can be split into six parts

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manages a lot and messenger evil those believers people and then managed with a login that's how the sorta ends. So it does literally a 360 starts with managed with a lot and it ends with managers follow other words via actions.

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And also now a couple of as well from this sorta among them, for example, does fighting the Muslims make your cafe? Not doesn't Contrary to popular belief among some brothers in the UK,

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of course, especially overseas in Villa the shape of the villa.

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So that doesn't make your cafe

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What did we look at next? Shut up. So Joseph here, was it?

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No, no, I believe Sir Joseph was it

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sort of Joseph was next. That was the week after we finished, not. Once again, now a couple of if you've ever ate and the lessons behind it. So we're not going to go through every idea now. But know, some of the lessons behind some of those ads. So know that I will, and the lessons that you can learn from it. You're going to need Yeah, a couple couple for sure. That's for in Italy for your exam.

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But also, generally, once again, let's take this sorta in a general way. So that you serve what is enough time say about it.

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Correct there has over 1000 benefits.

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So a very good memory. As I said, if I were to be granted a long left, I would literally write a book on these benefits. And he passed away to him a lot before he had the opportunity to do so.

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Radical effect for your honesty and your good manners.

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So that was what no time said this suit has over 1000 benefits and we described not 1000 but we tried to mention a few and we did and hamdulillah from the scholars. And this sorta like, of course, all the sower. testimonies to

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the prophethood of the profile is sort of slim. But how this one in particular?

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This story you're supposed to the Arab.

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It was noted in previous books, like the Torah, wasn't known to the Arab they barely knew moose and aisa barely. Forget, Sir Joseph. Forget the story of Joseph. They didn't know at all. The fact that a soldier came, and the sword was real to him. And he mentioned that in detail that the testimony to his prophet but there was another way we said, Good hasn't.

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We'll get to that in a moment.

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How is it the miracle was saying, how was this surah I testimony to the prophets? Probably the Jews, excellent. The Jews wanted to test the profile is so too slim. When they heard of this man claiming to be a raw soul. They sent someone to question him how he'd been to Israel arrived in Egypt and that's the story of Joseph. So a lot didn't just give him the answer, but he can reveal their complete sort about it beginning to end in detail. You want to test my prophet ego, as upon law, despite use of rally slam will be mentioned throughout the Quran. Very rare, yet he has also named after him. Musashi Salaam is constantly mentioned in the Quran. Yeah, there's no Surah cossart Musa

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RG. So this was a testimony among many sort, of course, to the prophethood of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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That's another generation. Now this is what Allah revealed a sudden cos SFC of non oxalic acid and also school, a man came on to compete with Ursula. So Allah revealed we revealed the best of stories. Now what is the best of stories and you find that good interested in Nicosia? The best of stories we said there's two interpretations. Either the Quranic stories or the story of use of as sharp as just mentioned, really, the story use of is a Quranic story. So so there's no contradiction here. So the scholar said the Quranic stories is what I was referring to as the best of stories others said to the Jews, if in particular is the best of stories, because it gives you those five

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tools for effective and

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Powerful narrative we've already mentioned that like

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powerful setting and great characters that are unforgettable and moral and etc so it has all of those lessons in it

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like last night sent very good masala when a person asks How then primarily you're asking for details if I said for example what I asked you how What did you eat when we passed them How did you cook it at a quarter pasta tomato paste herb spices There you go. So when you say how its details true gave in Arabic requires detail so they asked how so I'll give a little so Mashallah very good you're thinking as students of knowledge should and that's really what these lessons are not just about me giving you but rather you to think as well and I'd like to hear from you and Mashallah, I've benefited a lot from your brothers and your input, my law increase you all in beneficial

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knowledge and righteous actions.

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Continuing on, after sort of Joseph, we looked at Sora to Pollock,

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and we also touched upon some 18 sort of Makana. So really, we looked at the topic of marriage and divorce.

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Now taanach as a general concept, what we say what's the ruling on it as a general concept?

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Is disliked where do you is

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a can be, by the way according to some of the rulings of acca

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correct as a general concept, paler The horse is disliked Why? Based on the ISO denisa i believe i 128. Well, last it was sort of a while.

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reconsideration is goodness. So free conciliation is goodness for separation. Opposite badness literally, also, because of the hadith of shaitaan that he asked his minions What did you do and I confess I made someone do this. I made someone do that. When someone says and confesses, I made someone divorce. He brings him closer and he says enter and you you know you're up here, it puts him on a pedestal. So this is an indication that shaitan loves it. Because breaking up the family really is breaking up household societies and our oma because the family is the nucleus of society. So as a general concept, yes, divorce is disliked however, it can take one of the five

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again, one of the five rulings good, it could be it could be obligatory it could be was the hub design could be

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Rebecca missable could be micro disliked, as we discussed. And it could be wrong, depending on the circumstance. So we can't paint every situation with the same brush but know this that as a general concept, divorces disliked.

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Now, how is divorce taking place? The correct procedure is called Tal f1. So need not be there. What's the correct way to condition? What are they?

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The condition for divorce? How is the worst they can face?

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Okay, divorce is a concept. Yes, it said or it can be written. Now, what are the two conditions we mentioned?

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That's after we're talking about how is divorce taking place? How does a person divorce not that we're condoning it as a person divorce? He can't divorce his wife when she cinnamons is good. She's in a cycle. So she has to be pure. As for divorce to take place to conditions, she needs to be pure and authentic purely to hollow without second condition. Without intercourse good, excellent. No intimacy has occurred since the last purification sister last cycle. That's the second condition.

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So let's just say your wife had a cycle. And then she was pure at 9am and she showered at 10am. If you had intercourse at 1030 then you can divorce her at 11 for example. Now you have to wait until she has a cycle again and then she's pure again and then if you wish to divorce and by then most likely the problem would have been so my mom Masekela.

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haraam. 100%. here to learn from BJ if you don't follow these conditions. Now there's a folder not doesn't apply. There's different opinion. However,

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it does apply. Because if he divorced his wife when she had her cycle, the professor take her back.

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What do you say take her back if the divorce didn't apply, take place true, then take her back. In other words, her loss you've divorced her, even though he divorced her in her story.

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However, there's a difference of opinion on this issue. But you don't need to know that for your exam.

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Now, let's just say divorce does take place. What happened? She's kicked out? Yes. No. Good. What about if you'd like to grab her? She wants to leave? She can't either. I lost it lead to corrigendum butina. Don't drive them out. What are your origin? They don't have to go either. So she can't say I'm out of here. So you can't drive them out and they can't leave. Now when they're in the house, what happens?

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What can you do it together, talk together sit together.

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She can uncover she doesn't have to wear hijab? Can she perfume and adorn herself? Yes. In other words, the hokum during the wars is basically like the hokum prior divorce, as it's mentioned, in El masura. And fifth here, Encyclopedia of film. So basically, she's your wife still, however, you can't have intimacy, unless you're intending to take her back. Good. So basically, you can do anything except intimacy. What's the wisdom behind this thing in the same house and she can adorn herself uncover? What's the wisdom?

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Yeah, to reconcile essence, Allah says at the end of the Ioan La la la, la camera apps, Allah may bring about a different matter. There's great wisdom behind that. And also by staying in the same house, the woman, doesn't he all the rubbish from the people, she might go to mom and dad and they say, What do you want with this guy? He's not good for you never done anything. And remember, he didn't fill out in five and what he did 2003 that remind you of all the problems, and maybe the mom will tell the son the same thing.

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Even with this woman, you can find 100 women better, right? What's worse from the people that truly so why take people's advice we need to take a loss advice. Excellent. So that's what we discussed in summary.

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And the idea period, the waiting period when the woman is divorced, is three menstrual cycles. Excellent. Mashallah, while motala Katya, Tara busta BAM fusina, Donato, Kuru. Good.

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now, during the period, he can either keep her or leave her Yes, after they hurt when they're deployed over, he can keep her or leave her as we've already discussed. Now, let's just say he wants to take her back. How is that done?

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If that the period has not over

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intimacy with intention of taking back remember that intimacy with attention or saying I take you back? Good. So taking back.

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He's done in two ways.

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In summary, verbally, or physically.

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And we say physically here, it's intimacy, with intention that's important. This is the opinion of the humbling method, even though they may not I mean, and others. However, there's a difference of opinion on this.

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However, to be on the safe side with intention, difference of opinion, do you need the intention or not? It seems surely Yes. Better.

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If you don't, it's not considered in either. So you don't rush to the extreme. So if a person had intimate, intimate relations, if without intention is of kissing to dinner, because technically she's still your wife, really. So that's how you take the wife back, either verbally, I take you back, or physically, intimacy, intercourse with the intention of taking back.

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Now finally, we summarized And finally, we ended sort of the Pollak and that lesson by talking about preventative ways of how to prevent divorce wise and how to prevent divorce.

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So a law dedicated enough pages to divorces with the Bible. And then he mentioned Sala the lesson is God your prayer, Allah will guide your marriage good. Another way.

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Good. Pick your fights, don't blow up your spouse on every floor and mistake that they make the one who does so we'll be suing them to that one. So pick your fights who did this.

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The profile is too slim about the whole world about Allah said about him. He made some issues known and he ignored many others. So you got to punish as they say in Arabic slang, you got to ignore them pick up that pick every single flaw and mistake that your spouse has otherwise you'll be so left without one. So be careful. Also be patient as we said, Yes, be patient. Because anger paralyzes the brain and you'll say things that you will regret in the future. That's very important.

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And even anger in general, my brothers it's not a good quality to have Don't let

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One moment of anger, allow people to lose a lifetime of respect they have for you.

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I know people that I've respected all my life. And I just saw one moment of anger from them. After all that you just say, What a shame. You weren't expecting that from such a person, the things that they said in that moment of anger.

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So anger can really make you lose your reputation in front of others.

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And we also said and holo, that's another way to prevent the left and holo is better than Fallout, even our best said it could be done up to 20 times, in fact, the conditions of holo is much less than follow much less stricter, much less stricter. So it's better to do a whole lot then polar. And hello, we said is really, there's two ways of looking at it. It's female instigated divorce, or it's a type of divorce where Todd was was that's mutually accepted between both parties. They both consent they both agreed to, and it's basically divorce where the husband divorces his wife in return of some payment or recommendation that's hollow. But the scholar said, it's like a contract.

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So both parties have to agree. One proposes and the other accepts. So basically, yeah, these are some of the ways you can prevent divorce. Very important to know.

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Yes, but it's less than three minstrel cycles. It's one menstrual cycle.

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So that was that week after that, we looked at halfway through Allah salado. So that it was so this is suitable for I believe I had 238.

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Allah said, God, your prayers, especially in the middle one, prayers refer to all the prayers. Why would Allah mentioned the middle one? When he says all the prayers, it refers to all them?

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acid the Chromecast by the lamp to mention a specific after general and has done for many reasons. What are the reasons for this is

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to highlight the importance good and to praise it to praise that particular group. So it shows it's important. Excellent. So what is the middle grade? We discussed two opinions asked, and pleasure. And who is of the opinion that it's treasured?

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now asking for fetcher. First, who's of the opinion that its vision?

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Is my best

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jab if not the legged? animal, medic. Correct. And among others, but that's not the predominant opinion. Now, what did I say first, what is the middle frame?

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Correct, because it falls between the two night prayers in the two day prayers. And

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because it's a prayer that you can never

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combine with others. When you're traveling, you can combine fudger with any prayer. So those are some of the reasons they go for Wi Fi that is considered the middle prayer. And as we said this was the person who actually met who knows one day in solar. And he was asked about that solar. Why did you make a note he said this is a solid rooster feather. So this is the opinion if not best, however, the majority of the tiberian In fact, the majority of the Sahaba and the seller if they say solid rooster is also prey. So we mentioned this is the majority of the Sahaba majority of the tablet you have to mention names but you know it's a majority. And this is based on a CLI Hadith,

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the hadith of valley that is mentioned in

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Sahih Muslim

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udev unity fonio I want you to give me the answers.

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What did he say?

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That the profile is sort of slim said yo mela Zeb.

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He cursed the Confirm. And he said my Allah azza wa jal fill the houses and the hearts with fire. Why?

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Shahada una sola sola to start a preoccupies from the middle prayer acid prayer.

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So the Prophet said himself that a selectable study is awesome. So that's the opinion we gave. That's why many of the relevant like the Sahaba and the W and others lean towards that opinion because it's a clicker Hadith, but they also said

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the answer prayer also falls between the two night prayers and the two day for is true. The two night prayers are more vulnerable to their prayers.

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For sure and lower

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that's an optional pre fashionable true because your day starts at freshers right? So a lot of the day presser also falls in between the two and I present that to their friends as well. So logically, yes, acid also seems to be the case. However, as we say this is a click ahaadeeth from the profiles so to slip and I'll give you the exact narration

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The hadith of Ali, it's Muslim as you said, it's also in a body color surah Lai sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Yama lahab Shahada, una salatu salam ala. He said, the people have observed the kafir. They preoccupied us from the middle prayer answered prayer. Is it his exact words? So these are the exact words of Rasul Allah. He said mela, Allah Hulu Bahama, boo tahuna, Rama fill their hearts in their homes with fire, they preoccupied a profit from praying a prayer until the time was over. So it was mentioned thumb masala has been Elijah and he prayed it between the two evening prayers. In other words, they preoccupied him until the time was over while working on to prevent a prophet of Allah

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from praying on time that's a that's a disaster that's a major crime to say the least.

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Now what are then we looked at the links between acid and feathered what are some of the ways these two prayers that are referred to as the middle praise link?

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They both what

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excellent Allah name to swore after them sort of refresher and subtle as good as how they link. No other obligatory prayer has a sort of named after it, you don't have so little Ayesha urine have sort of bought and you don't have.

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Good. So that's how they connect. so amazingly, these two opinions, that it's also an treasure they have they both connected. That's one way another way.

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You might be asked about the new exam, go they refer to as the two cool prints and we say cools in temperature not causing hectic.

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The Prophet said, Whoever prays the two cool prayers, man solemn burden, the huddle Jana, who entered under the profile is

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excellent, good. So that Hadith where the profile is slow to slim segments online, but then the whole agenda, whoever prays to co president agenda, another way to connect, as you said he is they both indicate the start of a particular time period. So especially in the cases start of the day, also start of the night. Because you

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can start at awesome. And that's why for those we're pulling Africa have to be at the mother at the masjid before Muslim. And also time in other words, good.

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The interchanging of the angels good the changeover shifts are certain physical good. Another way they connect and they are linked.

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Good the score, the score of evening and morning so they can start acid. And of course vision

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was one more

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good. These are times when people are heedless. People are very the sufficient This is a given we all know this people sleeping. But as soon as worldwide.

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Exactly. It's a time where it's approaching sunset, people are trying to get home, maybe coming finishing work, trying to get dinner ready. Even in our time picking up the kids or finishing class or whatever the case may be. Even back in the time of Arabia, a time where they would literally time was running out of the day, for their business day, literally, they was trying to sell their products because they didn't have like fridges or things where they can stock the meat and the products rather. So once the day was running out. So it was a time of people were preoccupied. So the lesson is, my dear brothers if you can God version and acid, that's a very good indication of

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your prayers in general, because of the most important when you can get the most important thing, then you can guard the rest, you can get the rest, that's a good indication.

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Usually, for example, a boss, a CEO or manager, he'll give those very difficult tasks to the most competent workers. So if they're capable of doing the most difficult tasks, surely they're competent, of fulfilling the easy tasks. So if you can pray first and last or on time, that's a very good sign that you can keep up with other prayers. And that's really a testimony to your solar. Look at your solar cluster.

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So what's your solar toaster? That's the question you should ask what's my middle prayer that I find hard to fulfill its conditioned and how to pay on time.

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Your search also could be filtered, the search also could be answered it also it also could be a look at your searchable store and fix it up. That's what allows widget is telling us is

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in fact there are some opinions that are sort of stuck compared to all of the press. Because really, if you look at it, there's five and in the middle, when it's five, it's an odd number. Any of them could be in the middle true. Sure. That's why look at for example, if you're the right measure

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Yeah, exactly.

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What's up?

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Means Miro Let's meet Yeah, middle.

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Shot face more than half. Yeah. Know what that means middle. Exactly. Right in the middle.

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Excellent. So we're done with sort of Bukhara Oh, yeah, so we said Miro, so it really depends how you look at it depends where you start really. So let's just say we'll go with pleasure that we've done that it's in the middle. Actually, let's just go with another one. I shot us the middle one. It falls between these two. And these two

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so so anyone can be okay, really? how you look at it.

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I should be next lecture. What's your middle gray?

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Something that ignore Roger mentioned about the sacrifice of Ibrahim he said what's your sacrifice? What's your Ismail

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they have to slow your smile because they probably met the sacrifices made so what was mine? It was mine it could be your desires. us married could be smoking. Us marriage could be dating. Us marriage could be music. Once you is married. That's the sacrifice Allah wants you to make on a laptop.

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Continuing on we said

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after Baccarat What do we take ship

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very quickly. sorted alum Ron. So it's medium.

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And this is really where you got to be tested up to you won't be tested from gems from Zambia.

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From the virtues of Isola center,

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we looked at his virtues among them that we imitate. We mentioned in these in that lesson that we respect honor love more than any other religion more than any other people in fact more than the Christians why because true love is proven on the limbs on the on the lips. How do we honor a Sally seller more than the Christians we said? actions what actions when we hear his name is excellent. We hear his name we say Allison number two.

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We look like him we dressed like him good. Number three. When they mature and after him good for we pray like a mixin. Five. First.

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How would they foster olowalu Marvin come to us for something we mentioned in class. Bob's circumcision like him good. circumcised on the seventh day. This is something that Muslims do today.

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Eucharist goes against. That's true, but that's something we didn't mention. There is many ways and we said in every prayer. We asked a lot to protect us against Yes, excellent the Antichrist and Missy had the job the false messiah. So we're constantly remembering a Sally salon. That's five times a day. When you say a llama in the beaker, mean other. Roman Avi Johanna Makita del Mohamad Omen fitna Tisha did Missy had the job. So this is something that we asked her to protect us from every day, in fact, five times a day in the silhouette. And from the virtue of his mother, we said, there's an entire soldier named after. Now the woman has this, and she's the only woman

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mentioned by name in the whole grand women are referred to in the Quran, but indirectly, like one brought to her medical hub. But no other woman is mentioned by name, except Mary malasana. Law. And by the way, the naming of a suitor after this is something that has only been given to her in the Bible. There's no chapter in the Bible called the chapter mirror hamaca layer.

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And then we looked at Finally we said, we don't worship Raisa, despite all of his illustrious virtues and miracles, brother worship, a loss of worship the creator of the creation, because the parable of ERISA is like, Adam, they're both the same. We gave the ayah in the metalizer. And the laser chemically added, we mentioned how Adam and eisah are the same, how

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xo credit miraculously?

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What else?

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Excellent. Credit with no father.

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What else

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about profits?

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Good they share names. So among the names a chaise rohilla.

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Another name before we get to that, good, they are both referred to as Adam. Adam is Adam, of course. And Adam was given to Alice and Heidi, and as you said, they were both mentioned 25 times in the course.

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Yes, correct. And then we mentioned the line of prophets literally on Earth. Adam was the first Prophet Isaiah would be the last formal Prophet, so easy to say literally, they initiate and conclude the line of prophets on Earth, Allahu Akbar, because many things they share.

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Now the Prophet shares all of those things with Adam but a sir and now the Prophet shares all those things with ASAP but Adam, so that's for could and you won't be asked about gems from Jerusalem. So panic alarm will be from technician

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