The Language Of The Quraan – Episode 03

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Al-Faatihah & Al-Basmalah

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. While early he was a happy woman Well, welcome back to week three of the language of the Quran. And our objectives for tonight's lesson are as follows.

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As usual, we're going to do a quick revision.

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And then we're going to look at

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the meaning of Al Fatiha

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which is, of course, the name of the first suitor we're taking

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and then we're going to look at

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Albus villa.

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What is the best Villa?

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When you say Bismillah R Rahman Rahim or Bismillah Bismillah. Correct. That's what we're going to look at tonight. revision is important, as we said, one of the self said, learn Accra ketevan selasa Murat Habu, Elena crassula tokoto. Better to revise one book three times and to read three different books. repetition is the mother of memory. Last week, we took Alice tiada. And we mentioned four things the name Allah,

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what does arrow domain how it's different from sta though, and we took the meaning of shaitan and a regime. Quick revision, the name a lot came from we said five words at least, namely one of them.

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One of them, Allah Hi, good. What's Allah Hamming?

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To worship because Allah is

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the one worshiped correct? Another meaning?

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Correct, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah means

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extreme love, adoration, veneration, because that love needs to be directed to a lot. In fact situation correctly, another meaning?

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Correct, Allah, Allah He means second Illa what Sakina peace and tranquility is the one that you turn to for peace, tranquility of the hearts the fine wrist, correct. What else?

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Ali ha correct is the extended version. What does that mean?

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To protect a manner because Allah protects you, when you have a man in a law he protects you, Mashallah good. And one more

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correct law.

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What law means

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to ascend and rise because Allah has risen above everything in a manner that befits His Majesty as the Virgin.

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And then we took our odo and why is it different? And how is it different from esteri? though?

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I said, I immediately enter into the protection of Allah as the domains you seek to ask. And we said when you are in dire need, you don't ask you just go for it. So you die need to enter into the loss protection to have protection against the shaitan. I sent him and we said, usually when you find the words Alif sin and that the beginning of a verb, what does it indicate? Usually,

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to seek something to request Give me an example.

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is still far What are you seeking?

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forgiveness? Correct. Another example? Is the heart of you seeking higher goodness is something to make a decision. Good. Another example.

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Is the author. You seeking life rain?

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Love example.

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Correct. We just took that is the hora

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you just came in so unaware

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is the hora and we say 17 times a day.

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is the end of the week. nastain. You probably got put up by the no Nesta in the known indicates No way. So it's a stain under Stein. Right. So next thing we're seeking a loss out. And that's help. So it's the honor. Correct. And we said nine times out of 10. It's not always the case, because there are some verbs that have Alif seen into, like a state of color means to wake up. So that doesn't mean you requesting to wake up, it's just

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what is it?

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In the beginning of a verb usually indicates to request something. Yeah, nine times out of 10. Not every single time.

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That's a rule. Yeah, one rule. So it's the heifer is through lifting and that is Deanna is still four is the hollow

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lever is to request someone to say the highlife, what's harder for me to take you know, as the halifa. I'm saying to you say well, like so there's examples many, many. Then we took shaitan we said this word came from two words in Arabic. What are they shawanna which means far away because he's far away from goodness. Mercy

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Jana

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truth and his wife and far away from goodness

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What else? We said it came from the Arabic word shadow what shadow mean?

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agitated means also angry and ignited.

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What is it extremely angry, right I said and then we went on to explain that further that it's not sharp then on SlideShare. It shade on. Its Allah was the file and when a word ROM is a file and we're going to take a look man soon it means on a highest level the highest degree of anger, the highest degree of mercy, the highest degree of hunger shaitan good. And we said since he's far away from goodness, if you want to be far away in the Hereafter, from shaitan you have to be far away now. Far away now. So don't be among those who curse shaytani in public and obey Him in private as I might have named it, as he said. Then we took which name

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or regime? It came from rajamma What's that mean? To hell? So he's held with stones were

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touched on gem rot, and the sun is

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small pebbles, not huge stones and boulders land with Allah Allah shaytaan boo we cracked the guy funny you kill him small stones and you don't defecate there either.

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A brother they're dedicated they can you believe you know, he said our site on this site on that

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panel. He gave him a personal gift.

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You don't do that? It's symbolic. It's not shaytaan it's not literally shades on it's symbolic of Ibrahim Ali Salim the story, right?

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So he gave him a real personal gift deep from within, right.

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So you know, it's not meant for that. So that's awesome. But you don't curse JSON either. When you're angry. That's also according to the Hadith. A lot of people when something doesn't work, they either curse a thought or they curse their wife.

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Right? Or they might curse their kids.

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And I bad luck if you ever have you know what that means. And I'm Allison you sickness or curses? No, you don't do that. Rather, when you crochet down when you're angry. The Hadith says he grows and expands. He says due to my my empower, I angered him. So when you're angry, you should say Bismillah Bismillah. And if you do that he actually shrinks. So you only crochet Tom, when you're in a state of calmness like this a setting like these, you can curse him. So he's filled with rocks. And he's also held with insults. And we also said shut on. Roger, my awesome installer that was

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kicked out, kicked out outcasted. So that's all the meanings of this the other and much more. So we're done with the revision?

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Turns out

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What is it?

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shaitan can't make you do unless you're possessed. So if a person did something haram and they're not possessed, or say no shaitan didn't make you do a brother, you did it. Alright, so shaytaan whispers he only whispers that's what's called Alice Wes from whisper. So perhaps the English word whisper came from us was because when you whisper sounds like whisper, say

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it is at his handiwork. He can have a plan, and he'll whisper and so forth. And but he can't force you to do it. yet. It's his handiwork in the sense of he has a trademark. So he convinces people he trains them up, doesn't force them to do it. It's like a boss at work, he trains you. But he doesn't force you to do those particular things doesn't take your hand and say do this and do that he gets to gives you the guidelines. So that's what shaitan does. It gives you the blueprint of the HUD arm puts it in your mind and you think it's all your work, but it's actually shaitan handiwork.

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So let's look at

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the meaning of Al Fatiha. And before we do that, I just wanted to add one more thing to the name Allah to show you how unique it is if you want to add this to your notes also. The name Aloma Dear brothers is so special that it's exclusive for Allah azza wa jal exclusive, you can't name you can't name a child, Allah. You can't name an object Allah you can't name a pet Allah. It's exclusive, like other names, which we'll take later on, like, Man, you can't name a person or a man or a man. So if you have that name, it's best to change it. Some people have the surname, man, especially if they're from the subcontinent. I spoke to a brother recently, and I told him to change and hamdulillah he

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did. So it's an exclusive name to Allah. And also there's something in Arabic called Dr. Al monada. Yeah, Al monada when you say yah,

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yah,

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abubaker Yeah, phoolan right. Yes. Because Yeah, the yaf calling al monada. Now, when you call upon Allah as names, you can do that, of course, usually take the Elif lamb away from the name. So Allah, Allah, man, so when you want to say, Yeah, what do you say? Yeah, ramen noodles. Ramen. One of the last name is alcovy. The most powerful so you say yeah. Oh, yeah, Rahim. Yeah, we'll have her food. You don't put the Elif lamb there. But for Allah, you leave it. You don't say yeah, LA. Yeah, I love that. Le flam stays, why it's exclusive, it's special. It stays upon Allah. It doesn't change all the other names do. But it's exclusive. And it shows you also that you can restrict allows the

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region. Yes, this is a rule of Arabic, it's a rule of thumb, but you can't restrict the laws of the jungle. When it comes to the rules of the Arabic language, he breaks the rules. He can't confine a large region amazing. So even when it comes to the rules of Arabic language, the name Allah loves will generally breaks all the rules. And you see that when we take the name a lot, I had one of the last names I had. Now the name I had is only used in a context when it's singular in a negative in a negative situation to negate something so you say Matt had Phil Bates there's no one here you wouldn't say you did I had no you said you did wellhead. So I had is used to negate something

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negative constant context but kulula had wasn't used in negative wasn't used to get us the firm so once again the name a lot I had actually breaks and defies the rules of the Arabic language once again. So Paula shows you how great Allah azza wa jal is so I wanted you to add that is for

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yourself problem I have in front of me Name of Allah is fine. But just a ramen. Ramen Norland

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it has to be the whole name right?

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Yeah, before ramen, no problem. Rahim. Some Names of Allah you can't have but if there's up before any name vulnerable, like Abdullah prophets name was Mohammed even Abdullah. So yes, no problem. So Al Fatiha, what's a common translation for Fatiha in English? The opening, right the opening, but I'm going to disagree with that translation. Why? There's another word for that in Arabic.

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What is it Have a guess? It's a surah in the Quran. That said Lazarus just says in fatahna ilica fat Han Medina with open for you and opening a fat. So fat.

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Fat in Arabic means opening.

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So, in fact, it doesn't mean opening. No has another meaning.

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What is it?

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No.

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It's nothing to do with opening.

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The open the open now you'll see why shortly. Why?

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Not because of that. So at first the high is called the open up. It's a doula. It's a doula it's called a small file the dua in Arabic. So how do I know that? I'll give you a very simple rule of thumb. We're gonna go deep into the grammar tonight as I said, if you need a coffee or a V, take it now. Take your hit now. In Arabic, any three letter verb, three letter verb, any 3d out of jealousy to see Sheree back to drink. Aveda to worship akella to a three letter verb. The doula always rhymes with Farrell.

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Farrell Arabic literally means to do

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the door of the actual affair. So for example,

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sama

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sama humaines to forgive.

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So the door is Sammy.

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If you want to write these down later, I'll leave it for you. So if you want to just focus up to you, someone has to forgive. So the forgiver is Sam who was also

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Sala has a 123 like somehow 1233 letters saleha means to be good to do good saleha

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Have a guess what the Dewar is silent.

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My quick profit. So I have a solid, solid

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easy and you have slowly honed the soil hain right the righteous

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Good people. See sila ha sila Samaha Sami another example

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to wipe in Arabic is called

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Massa

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Massa Ha.

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So who's the dua? Massey? Correct.

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Oh, is the case always thrown out of the door is fair. So Sammy saw Massa

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fat

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the one from fat that fat to open. So who's the opener? Fair there? They say but why bro? It's fat Fatiha. Correct that Mr. Botha is added Why?

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It's called da da, da and mubadala the Tao of excessiveness over the top. In other words, it's an opener of not one door to Habibi, it opens up many doors for you. It opens up your day, it opens up Salatu fudger. It opens up your prayer, it opens up the revelation, it opens up the Quran, it opens up the gates of gender, it opens up the meanings of the most half. It's an open of many doors. That's why the Taliban has added fat, the fat the HA, the fat, the HA the Tamar button adds that mobile over upon Allah, so fat

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and fat they have

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literally the openness.

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And we said that Mr. Botha?

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I'll take your question.

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This Mr. Botha is called that Elmo Bella Ha.

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The top

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level of existence.

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Some people say

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exaggeration, but excessive ness is probably a more suitable translation. Do you have any questions about that? You can write it down? Yes.

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Very good question. I'm glad you asked that. Yes. Usually the top animal balaka is added towards that are usually masculine and masculine in nature. So they don't usually have the term ibotta like we have the island who's the island?

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A scholar, the island right like the

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island, a scholar and a higher level of scholarship would be I love them. So then you had the demo. What do you get? Alabama? Alabama, you probably hear that a lot with old scholars like Alabama, tagos, Alabama, Alabama, it was Alabama. Al Bukhari was Alabama. So yeah, that they were booted to a word that usually doesn't have them on Butoh. So you can't say okay, the word sejarah has a telephoto, it's available. The Sakina has a telephoto. So for every word, it's a word that usually is masculine itself. Usually, that's the case. So fast the heart and open up many doors. So what is the opener for you, for those who didn't get to write it down? It opens up.

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The Quran opens up.

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Your Salah opens up

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your day, it opens up the gates of gender few pliers

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and opens up many things. So my brother is an open up many doors, we ask a lot to open our hearts to the open up of the book. I mean, a mean, sir opens up many doors. And as the saying goes, if opportunity doesn't knock,

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build a door. You make it happen. You make a lot of people just waiting there for good things to happen. You're lucky you'll know when I want to get married and you're just waiting doing nothing. I want to get a job that waiting doing nothing. No, you make it happen. And if opportunity doesn't knock, doesn't knock and you build the door still. Then you go to its door and your knock if it doesn't open and bargain.

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That's right. In other words, you do something this is the Dean of action, not a dean of wishful thinking.

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So that was a bit deep. That was a bit deep, but anything that a verb, you can apply that always it's like a universal principle. It's only kind of connected to the next lesson. So for example, Soma, the one who's fasting is saw him saw him Julissa to see? The Syrah jalis sajida to prostrate, prostrate is Sajid to oranges fairing. Sajid saw him. Jealous, I bit saw earlier rather Orion don't have that same pattern. Now just an extra bit of information about the Messiah. Which prophet had a name that's similar to those letters founding Messiah?

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mercy l mercy. What was it called and mercy.

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We said Mr Hammonds to wipe

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Correct what's that

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he's gonna

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he's gonna wipe out that the gentlemen the eliminator

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you're gonna walk the flow with him

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what's what's healing what to do with wiping?

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Those were the type of sickness like leprosy who would merely wipe over their skin or their body and that will be healed instantly. So panel lmsc from Masada, they would wipe to panel if there were blind who will wipe over their eyes that would see instantly and of course during that time medicine was at its peak no one could compete with the people the doctors back then thought he came with something that of course if the people saw it they would believe that's what usually the prophets had a miracle that would surpass and excel now do that which was peaking at the time in that case was medicine.

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Yes and mercy had the job this is actually one of the lessons I have in store for you later where we take words in Arabic have dual meanings that are opposites

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Arabic is amazing have one word double meaning that's the exact opposite Mercy is one of them. So as mercy had the German of course the mercy of a Salah Salem and also a master HelloWorld doesn't mean what you think and I may miss after being cleaned them up. Mess the hell out miss the travel. So when a Sally Sam comes his message to travel the world and also at the jar would travel the worlds with his gopher and corruption by he won't be able to enter two towns as we know according to the Hadith Mecca and Medina so master ha also master how to travel to travel the world to panel so it's amazing. One word can have so many meanings. So now you know the hub so panel a big difference the

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opening, open up it does things for you. The Quran is your solution for all your needs and all your deeds. It's your solution. And then Mr. Chef Ray said, Ma'am in Niazi Latin fit dunya Illa field Quranic Hello her is on a single problem in this world, except the Quran has its solution has its solutions upon Allah in the Quran

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plus Advaita. And this is the greatest surah in the whole Quran the greatest, no doubt about it, based on the authentic hadith, where the Prophet alayhi salatu salam mentioned that I'm going to rub off the board now. Do you need anything Shabaab from what we have?

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Okay, so we're done with alfetta hamdulillah. Let's look at the Bismillah.

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Once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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in the 10th year Prophethood. We know two very important individuals passed away Who were they?

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Abu Talib and Khadija these two individuals Abu Talib and hadiza represented two important pillars in Islam for the Prophet Elisa to slemp pillars of support.

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pillars of support, I will try that was providing protection defense hadiza was providing financial and emotional support often so I will tell you that was like defense college it was offense when they both passed away. These two important pillars crumbled before the very fate of the Prophet and the Muslims. Thus, it was a very difficult year and was called the hammer husband because of their death, but also because of the support that they didn't have anymore. I am in the year of sorry, fellas, the profiles were too slim didn't have as much protection anymore that I must support. So what did he do? He was searching for other tribes and other clans to help him and support him in a

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team. So he decided to go where I thought if I thought if he takes a doubleheader with him, and they decide to go their core people to stand perhaps the tribe of Steve would support them and aid them. He gets there and unfortunately he wasn't welcomed in the best manner. Very unwelcoming. Of course type of people. They drove him out, they kicked him out on the way stoning the Prophet, hurling insults and mockery towards him. And David Harris on the way was trying to protect him with his bodies upon Allah. Amazing he was protecting, and he drew to that protection, shielding the Prophet with his own body. He of course got severely injured. He got struck in the head and he was bleeding

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and orsola was bleeding as well. So much so that he's blistered sandals, mighty brothers. He's listed sandals were filled with blood. Well, his sandals were more precious than most people who are stoning him. But we know later on the people have accepted Islam. And that's why the Prophet Alex was so dumb. When he was asked by the angel, should he destroy these people with the mountains? Of course, he said, perhaps a larger region may bring them about people who worship a lot. But what happened? Why am I mentioning this story you'll see shortly. he flees and they chased him for two three miles. Imagine that running two or three miles being stoned by people by the crazies of the

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town and the kids. He reaches and he takes refuge in a farm and orchard just outside of a thought if this orchard remarkably belonged to Arabia, Arabia was one of his fellow tribesmen Of course

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However, it was a cafe. It was a cafe. And Rebecca had two sons who were running the orchard at the time. When they see the Prophet Mohammed, her bleeding and so forth, they felt compassion and sorry towards him. So they took him in, and they provided protection, although they could fall. But you know, when you're in a foreign land, and you see someone from your hometown, even if you're not on the same faith, you feel that connection, that they felt that connection with the Prophet. So they sent this servant to the Prophet ends aid, and to provide them with some nourishment. This servant was Christian, and his name was at this address, they sent him to the Prophet with a tray of grapes.

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Of course, the prophet SAW Selim accepts this gift, his generous gift, and he, of course, he sits down in front of him. And before he eats, what does the professor

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Bismillah he says, Bismillah at dusk addresses Bismillah. When I say Bismillah, I've never had Bismillah This is foreign. What did you get this from? The Prophet was wise, he was switched on, he knew this wasn't from around he. He said, Where are you from? By the way? That said, I'm from ninawa, the prophets of Allah, that that's where the righteous slave units sit, no matter was from the units of Noah. How do you know unison no matter? He said, the profile so to Sam, he's my brother. I'm a prophet, and he is a prophet. Upon hearing this, a das fell to the floor in frustration, began to kiss the hands and feet of the Prophet. The two sons of arrabiata, Kufa, they

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see this. They are shocked they freaking out a desk over here. What are you doing? He's already corrupted. Our servant corrupted him. Good evil, every doing right. I grabbed him. They go, what are you doing? I called him over. And Adair said there's no one more honorable on the face of this planet than this man. It's upon he immediately believed. What did it take? The best man. The best men are such a powerful phrase, my dear brothers, a powerful phrase. That was the cause of adesa Islam, amazing Allahu Akbar. And then these people said, Don't leave your religion, Christianity because your religion is better than the prophets. Of course, they have no idea about Christianity

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or the Prophet religion. They're just saying that out of hatred, just like the godfather of today, they make up lies, they still lies and deceit. Why? Because they hate Of course exam that I want people to accept it. But my dear brothers, the point of that story was the best man.

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The best man and it shows you Tao through actions. You just be a Muslim. Act like a Muslim talk like a Muslim drink like a Muslim speak like a Muslim. Well, like people are noticing. Even if you don't notice, the kuffaar are watching. They're looking many stories. A sister recently accepted Islam. Why? Because she saw brothers walking to the masjid that pleasure time seeking where a young boys Shabaab go at 5am 6am I see them going all you know going to nightclubs at night, whether these guys going at 6am to worship Allah worship God, this is unbelievable. Who does this which religion has that? Only Islam? She looked into it further and she accepted this religion, action action, will I

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sometimes you to notice when people are noticing people are noticing, and next time you see a non Muslim or you interact with a non Muslim. Think to yourself, this is my first and last opportunity I'm going to have with this non Muslim in terms of interaction. Imagine every Muslim foot like that. And imagine you thought like that you will make that meeting and greeting the best it could be thinking that this is my first and last opportunity. Give them the best representation of Islam the best. Imagine you did that the next person the next Muslim thought like that as well. They did the same and then the third and the fourth, surely these people accepted them surely. So these Muslims

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are awesome, remarkable. I've met people like them. So just I wanted to highlight that very important story the best Miller it's such a simple act. Or so we think it's so simple. Why light gray meaning after you see tonight, tonight, inshallah will change your perspective on the best Mila such a small phrase only has 20 letters Bismillah R Rahman Rahim 20 letters, but will lie the meanings behind a lofty, colossal and great indeed. When you say Bismillah My dear brothers, you know what you're doing? You are now calling upon Allah, you are calling upon his help. And he's to work with that's what the bat does that B, B we're gonna write all this down on the board for you.

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That B has many functions in Arabic And among them, at least Tiana what tawakkol is saying with the reliance of Allah, and with his help and aid, I'm doing this Act. The name alone. Don't underestimate it. Don't be like the co founder. Don't be like these people, even weak Muslims, who when the name of Allah is added, they don't have doesn't do anything for them. Check your email check your heart when you hear the name Allah, what does it do? It's an it's unfortunate that many kuffaar and many Muslims in fact, when they hear the name of a celebrity

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moves them they get all emotional, Michael Jackson or the famous in a roster or they hear these, these mama or they go nuts. In fact I met a Muslim when somebody is talking about Bashar Al Kelvin Bashar Bashar that you could say that he's in Sydney. Don't say that why brother because he might he panela and moved into fi because he just came back from Syria moved into fi but when the name Allah is added does nothing.

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When the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was taken up the night Junior, Samana Mirage, and who was his personal tour guide, to be analysis of Han Allah as your tour guide? You know, when I went to Egypt, my tour guide stunk.

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Literally, he was bad at his job but it surely tell you the stories about Egypt. He stuck and this guy is a taxi driver at his trade. He doesn't even a who's going. When we stopped him when we stopped him as he

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was in high lashes. You will high lashes are you talking about now is the eighth district or the 10th district. You're in the district. Right? Where's your taxi driver stops you is always Macquarie street Liverpool. Are you in it is a taxi driver, taxi driver. So his tour guide was up lolly Sam. He's taking him up, up, up, ascending. I'm sure you've all heard the story of the night during when Derby rally Sam took the Prophet alayhi salatu salam to the furtherest loterie, a Sidra to monta her where you really can go no further. The prophet SAW Selim looks towards the build was he notice this colossal lofty creature who is so large and massive that he, in its true form covered the horizon?

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He looked towards him, he wasn't the same. He wasn't the same idea brothers, he had shrunken, he was described dibela Islam was described as wet rags, wet cloths. Why? Because he got closer to Allah.

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He got closer to his master. As he got closer, he began to shrink out of humbleness at a fee, who shows upon law this amazing last decree to be shrunk. You know, like a bird on a rainy day. It shrinks due to the witness, right? its feathers this come together at humbles that's hard to be looked My dear brothers. Why isn't he the name Allah will link to he does nothing to us. Unfortunate today, this topic of the head is now used by brothers to become arrogant and hard and rough. No, it should be softening that hard heart. That's what the name of a low and enters that softens the heart doesn't harden it.

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So that's the name of Allah, the name of Allah when we he Allah, this name of the brothers, this name is so lofty, that it's the name. The poor use for wealth. It's the name that the sick use for health. It's the name that the ignorant use for knowledge is the name that the sinful use for forgiveness. It's the name that the weak use for power.

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Why is it that people complain I've gotten about Okay, my life, why? own $1,000 it goes the next day why we're not using the name Allah. This name alone is so amazing, this best minutes a Bismillah whenever I write Bismillah when I open the door Bismillah when I turn on the light Bismillah when I turn on the cup Bismillah as I'm working, you're using the lofty Majestic Name of Allah to extract barrack at Baraka from whatever you're doing. Baraka a lot of brothers complain, that's how I'm studying. I'm studying but I'm not memorizing I'm not getting anything out of it. I'll be studying for months. Why have we said and asked you Bala? Did you say Bismillah? Before entering? Or do you

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say Bismillah? before writing or lifting that pin? The ahaadeeth teach us to say Bismillah for anything Noble. There's a hadith to say Bismillah when soldering Bismillah when eating Bismillah when drinking Bismillah we're turning off the light. In other words, the lanton back then this how does that affect Bismillah when opening and closing a bottle? There's a hadith for all of that. So Pamela, do you find my brother's name? Allah is used to extract about a cat upon Baraka upon Baraka. So if we're complaining about Okay, in my life, in my health, in my wealth, my knowledge, my family, perhaps perhaps this lofty name, is excluded from our life. So after tonight, you're not going to

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treat the best Miller in the same manner and as students of knowledge, and we inshallah will students of knowledge, we need to have a different perspective on these things. Now, like the common Muslims who just say Bismillah, and don't really think about it. So what does Bismillah do in terms of now that was more of an introduction to get you in the right mood and vibe of the best Miller. But now we're going to go a bit deeper on what it actually does for you to hate and what it does in terms of the Arabic language.

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Since Allah is the name of a Toshi, when you use it, you are now expressing a towhead in all of its forms, so the best

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mela

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when you use it, you know, expressing and exerting all forms of tawheed. We know a door here to get a comprehensive aspect and look on it is split into how many categories? Three.

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I said when you say Bismillah, you're expressing you to hate in all three forms. Of course, if not five, split it into two

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and imitate me split into two. And everyone's claims to the industry. And it doesn't matter how you look at it two or three categories. Some are other methods for attacking me and others doesn't matter. At the end of the day. It's all encompassing of utter hate. So what are the three aspects of the three categories? The hate of Ruby, that was your boss, Robin?

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logic.

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And the way the Lord has many meanings, he's your Lord. He's your sacred your master. He's alone. I'm the one who provides you with blessings, his alcoholic, the creator.

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So we're gonna look at created just for now.

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It expresses your towhead of Aruba laws, your job, your Creator. I'm going to see how that is the case. Surely, what's the next aspect category have to hit an EU here? What does that mean?

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That our head of worship, we said Allah in Arabic means to worship, that's where the word UI came from. Allah, Allah here. So you're expressing the height of worship when you say Bismillah. Also, the third category of towhead a smell or see first or last? names and attributes.

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When you say Bismillah Bismillah

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what you are saying in reality, you're saying, we have a list alvim al jelly. Bobby COVID de la vaca, Marathi Hola, he falou has a shape. You're saying with this lofty name. And Allah has power and abilities. I am performing this deed, I'm performing this thing. In other words, you're doing it because Allah azzawajal has granted you the ability He created you. First out of his mind and power. He gave me the ability to write so Bismillah I'm writing by the ability power that Allah has given me Bismillah I drink I'm drinking due to the power and Allah has given me so because Allah is your Creator, he gave me the ability. So that's how the first aspect of your head is expressed. Secondly,

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when you say Bismillah, for whatever you're doing, how does worship come into it? The scholar said,

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a loss. You're saying as in Allahu Li Allah has given me permission to do this. And I'm doing only for you, your Allah. I'm doing this deed, whether it's eating, drinking, sitting, sleeping, intimate relations with my wife, even that is considered an act of worship with the right intention. So you're engaging in worship by saying Bismillah and that's what our LMS said, You don't say Bismillah? When

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doing haram covering a sin. Its how long? And a person who does the art of mocking that's one of that could take you out of the fold of Islam right there. So you say don't say Bismillah when committing a sin. There's a Bismillah involved a cigarette? No, that's not allowed. You say Bismillah when you're engaging in something which is noble or an act of worship, what about names? Of course you say Bismillah using the name of Allah is Mullah Hill album The Greatest Name according to Mineola, this is the Greatest Name of Allah, using that to extract we said, Baraka, Baraka so using the lofty name a lot to extract blessings.

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That's according to your tohave What about the Arabic language?

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Now, we said there are three aspects to it, though. hadiah

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There are also three things to keep in mind in terms of what the best metal does in Arabic.

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Number one,

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the beat in Bismillah it does two things tawakkol esteana reliance

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and esteana aid. So are you saying Bismillah Bismillah I'm having reliance upon a line is dead, something's difficult say Bismillah Allahu Allah

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Bismillah Allah get you through a difficult time if Allah is all that you have, is all that you need. Me say Bismillah something's hard Allah ag through. So that's what the bat does have handle just one letter gives you those two purposes and functions. Second thing.

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You sometimes in Arabic, when you say Bismillah you can mention the verb that you're going to do the deed or not. Sometimes you say Bismillah and you do the deed, or sometimes you say Bismillah and you mentioned what you're going to do. Most of the time you find if you're going to do something noble, you just say Bismillah you don't mention the verb after

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Why? That's what is called the Arabic and maloom, Maloof, and maluma have the known is emitted because it's implied, or something's known. It's important you have to, you have to mention fast you What is your name? What is your name? Okay. Mohammed is enough to say my name is Mohammed. It's implied. So he just says Mohammed. So likewise, you say Bismillah ersa Bismillah. A schlub? In the name of Allah I drink Bismillah edgeless in an envelope Bismillah aktobe In the name of Allah I right now, I have to say that why it's implied. And also because it's not known and natural to feel alone. It covers everything. It covers everything. So whatever act you're doing, for example, you're

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driving, say Bismillah. That includes turning on the car, putting down the handbrake, accelerator, brake, steering, everything's so boom, you say it encompasses everything. So we said,

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you don't mention the verb, verb

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is not mentioned. Why? Because it's implied.

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That's the first thing.

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And the second thing is, we said, It encompasses

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all the actions of that date. So it's broad in scope.

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It's far more general. So panela on the best investment, all in the best manner. Third thing and the last thing and we're India

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sometimes we said the verb is mentioned, give me an example.

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There's a hadith.

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What do you say when you enter the house?

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Bismillah while Arjuna or Bismillah, Cartagena wa robina katakana. So you find the verb is mentioned after we said there are some times I had this to that effect. So what does that do? Now? What does that do when you mentioned the verb after? The scholar said, when the verbs I mentioned after it's always after?

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And not before?

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Why? You don't say? You said? We said we you say Bismillah? What? Arjuna? You don't say? Well, Arjuna Bismillah. You don't say hora Jenna, when you say Bismillah first Why? Because when you say Bismillah first you are restricting it. It's called a slope house in Arabic, or slope house, or slope house.

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In Arabic comes from the word mass or

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something is restricted. You were saying?

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It restricted exclusively for a lot. You pitch in the verb after, say Bismillah

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Bismillah hora. Jana, I enter an exit exclusive for you, you Allah for you only. If you were to say the verb first, like when Arjuna Bismillah Bismillah. What that does, it doesn't mean restriction anymore. It could mean Yeah, I'll do for you a lot. But I also do it for other than you Yala. The Christian

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when he prays to God, he's not only praying to God, he's also praying to Jesus, or the Holy Ghost or the Holy Spirit. So that's not exclusive. But when you put the verb after you've restricted only for you, like Iraq and Afghanistan, have you ever heard someone say nasty I know yuck. Or nabooda Yak No, it's never nabooda It's a yak and Abu why if you were to swap it now Buddha yuck. What you've done now you're saying yeah, I worship you but also worship other than you? Yeah, can Abu is also a sloop has it restricted? Only you do we worship. That's what economic domains. It doesn't just mean we worship you. I mean, only we worship soprano. So that's all found in the Arabic grammar of the

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best mela. Amazing. So we ask Allah azza wa jal to

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allow you and I to use this blessing Name of Allah as the region to extract the Bearcat and to express all forms of the head in all of our noble deeds and affairs. Does that come along later to panic? Aloha, Mohammed ignatia to Allah, either

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one or two. If you need to go, you're free to do so my dear brothers, and we'll take any questions you have on the topic the problem?

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Yes, yes, yes. Anything no boy, no problem. say Bismillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. And then you make your daughter no problem.

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Otherwise, you can just say Al Hamdulillah at hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam o

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generally speaking everything noble Bismillah. Now if the Hadith says Bismillah Bismillah R Rahman Rahim,

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Hadith

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bara salasar young boy eating he said Yeah, hello, I'm Sam Miller. A young boy say Bismillah when you

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Well could be a Munich it with your hand or call me Malik any from now which is in front of you because he said my hand used to go around the plate. St. Patty's day for me some people do that there's no call me my colleague from what is in front of you. So this Hadith, he said some Mila say Bismillah

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when you say Bismillah R Rahman Rahim

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because the Hadees don't indicate that Yes.

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Good. Yes.

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You can as a hadith for eating if you forgot to say Bismillah when eating, you say Bismillahi

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Yeah, well, he was 30 feet away he was in its beginning and so that covers everything covered all bases.