The Language Of The Quraan – Episode 04

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah water AlLahi wa sahbihi woman villa. Welcome back My dear brothers

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week for language of the Quran. Today we're going to look at quick revision.

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And then

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we're going to look at one more name

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of Al Fatiha

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and then we're going to take the first area of Bedford heights off.

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So we're going to focus on

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the word Alhamdulillah.

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And then the word rub that means and then I mean

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so look at unhemmed then Lila, then Rob, then I mean, quick revision of last week, we looked at the best mela

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and I believe we touched upon the name Al Fatiha. Yes. We said that Fatiha commonly translated as

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the opening. We say that's wrong. Because the word for that in Arabic is what?

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Fat? So it's the opener. So the opening the word fat is opening. It's not called salted fat. It's called the fat the heart and we said why it's the dua because it opens up many those of you in Arabic. There is an opener. So opens up for you what

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your day. Jenna prays

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the Quran recitation further revelation opens up many doors and that's why the tap motorboat was added on the end. It's called that I'll move on balaclava. The Tao of excessiveness because it opens up excessive doors for use upon a lot. So that's going in deep into the Arabic so if you have to translate the word that Fatiha it is the excessive opener that's what it is. So just the opener, the excessive open Allahu Akbar the excessive opener of goodness in brackets you can even add wow what are the finishing? That's what you get when you learn Arabic My dear brother, you're going in deepen your understanding the Quran and the Sunnah as it's meant to be understood. That's why the Sahaba

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was affected by the Quran was revealed to them, they underneath they immediately knew what was made behind these eight and these are Hadith, eloquent of the highest order and degree.

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And then we looked at the best mela and we said, you are using the sublime lofty exclusive Name of Allah Himself Bismillah In the name of Allah.

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And people complain, I don't have Baraka in my life. I don't have Barack and my Wolf, I don't have Barack in my health, I don't have Barack Obama knowledge, perhaps the name of Allah is absent in your life. Did you say Bismillah before drinking, you say Bismillah before entering you say Bismillah before writing say Bismillah before opening your book Bismillah upon anything Noble. And we said it has three things in Arabic and three things for your tawheed What does it do for you to hate?

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you exert What did we say? You rubia of Allah. Buddha here, I smell Seaford as for the rubia, because Allah is your ob is your Creator, it only why his permission and ability and power that you can do something, say Bismillah I write only what Allah has ability that has given you the ability to write Bismillah I drink by his power that has given you the ability to drink, swallow in, you know, of course do the rest, digest food etc.

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So that was rubia only here you're doing it as an act of worship for the sake of Allah and then smells effects using a loss lofty name to extract Baraka upon Baraka. And then for the Arabic language, you said also does three things. What does the bat indicate?

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seeking aid and

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reliance perfect. So something's hard, say Bismillah. If Allah is all that you have is all that you need? How can you lose if you have a law on your side? How can you lose if you have a law on your teams on a law to work good? So that's the first thing second thing.

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In terms of Arabic, we said usually you don't say the verb you don't say Bismillah I write it I say Bismillah agilus. And I say Bismillah. I say it I say Bismillah aktobe. Era say Bismillah Shalom, you don't say the verb usually? Why?

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That's no, that's an ex parte. When you don't mention it, it's implied. It's implied. That's the first thing. And we said when it's not mentioned, it's called Nikita in Arabic. It's unknown when something's unknown. What does it incorporate?

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It's broad in skypass NTFS at its widest scope. In other words, it encompasses everything that you're doing. So you'd have to say for example, while driving Bismillah turn on the ignition and Bismillah or hit the accelerator.

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Bismillah ebrake and Bismillah put the blinker on, you just say Bismillah. And therefore it's wide in scope when you start the car, and when you're driving, it incorporates everything, whether it's accelerating, or braking or turning or protection from an accident so it covers everything for you.

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And then we said the third thing is at times you can mention the verb after based on some muhaddith Give me an example we say the verb after the best Miller Bismillahi

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when Arjuna were Bismillahi caragana This is the vicar that you say upon entering your house, memorize it very important. Bismillah Bismillah hiragana next,

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voila, pinata Wakana very easy. So when you do mention the verb, it always comes after why, what does it do?

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restricts so has the opposite effect of power law. So when the verb is not mentioned, it makes it broad in scope, and restricts it but when the verb is mentioned, and restricts it, so when it restricts it, it's called house. In other words, you are restricting only for Allah Bismillah habla Jinnah or Bismillah. Raja, I'm doing this only for you, you Allah, as opposed to putting the verb in the beginning. What does that mean? That you could mean for a law but it could also mean for other than a law.

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And rather the Muslim does things only for the sake of laws of origin. Now a person asked me whatever if you're doing things to please your mum and dad, does that contradict his loss? No, because pleasing mom and dad

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is pleasing Allah, pleasing mama that is an act of worship in of itself. So it does not contradict the clause. That was a quick summary of what we took last week with our family law. Now one more name

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on

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kita sootel Fatiha is called on melki tab. So in fact, there is a name and omega keytab, even omachron As for the acidic Hadith in a tirmidhi, as provided by a book hora de Lago, so Omar Kitab, and omachron. But I want to focus on the word home, what our main mother said, Oh, me, yes. Now in Arabic, something which is comprehensive, that has many subcategories to is called home, or repeated. Something which is comprehensive, that has many sub categories is called Omen Arabic. And that's why the banner of war the flag in jihad is called an ohm. It's the battalion, it's called own and have underneath the sub divisions of other smaller battalions, smaller armies, etc. Let's call

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them home. Because it's the comprehensive banner, comprehensive Italian, also the skin that surrounds the head, the skull is called Omar Ross. O'Meara is the mother of the head. Why? Because that's the encompassing part of the body. The head is the uncompressing part of the brain, it controls the body. So that part, the head is called Morris or the skin that surrounds it. So as you can see something which is comprehensive, is called arm. So it's called omole keytab. Why? Because it's the comprehensive surah that carries all the meanings of the Quran. We said it has something which is sub categories, it carries all the sub categories on all the other areas, all the is in the

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Quran, you can split it into either talking about

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tawheed, the creator, or the creation, or worship.

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Is there another category?

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worship

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another category.

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Think of something that worship, think of something done creation. We said create a creation and worship, think of anything, stories of the Prophet.

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History, where does that fall under creation. And so everything falls under those three categories. And you find and Fatiha discusses those three categories. It starts off by talking about the Creator, at 123 I have for worship, then the rest of the surah is about the creation, and those who are blessed God agenda, those who are not going to Hellfire that talks about everything. And it talks about the previous nations and moldoveanu him, for example, the Jews, God laid the Christians. So you find a cup. It's a comprehensive surah. So it's called ohms upon law, so it's a beautiful name. And this is mentioned by even located in his seat. And he goes into mention the linguistic

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meaning of why it's called omake, tab and omachron. So that's

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Al Fatiha. So let's go into the first a itself and you find we're spending a lot of time on In fact, yeah, because it's such a great source. In fact, it's the greatest sort of as Rasulullah himself said, it's the greatest source I want to ask you what's the greatest surah in the Quran.

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Yep.

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Oh, yes, correct. That's right. The word Omar came from home correct. Now Oh man, the nation because it's something which is comprehensive and has many of course societies and communities within the oma sent Baraka Luffy. So we said big words come from small words I said. So you can always apply those rules. And that's why I'm teaching a universal principles. Because once you learn it, you just can't apply it, you can't apply it. So we're going to be doing that more often. So the first al al hamdu Lillah.

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So as we said, we're just gonna focus on the word al Hamd for now.

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Now, what's a common translation for unhemmed? Old praise all? Thanks. Yes.

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Sometimes I'll have this treasure is Oh, praise. Sometimes it's translated as Oh, thanks.

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Now, it's not all praise and it's not all thanks.

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There's a word for praise in Arabic, what is it?

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Praise,

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Santa and med. They wished for praise. So center, you say Athena Allah is to praise and motherhood will stick to motherhood for now. That's a common

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word that a lot of people no matter how

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have you heard of Medallia by the handshake? So that praises Yes, the nasheet Medallia? That's where the word mme came from motherhood. So what about things when you want to thank someone Arabic? What do you say? You just said? shukran? That's right. You say shokran? So it's shook.

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From Shakira.

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Sure, you could say shook.

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So Mother, how is to praise?

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Well, Shakira means to think

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whether in shocker Tom, if you think if you give things if you're grateful.

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So those are two different terms. They're both mutually exclusive, that use in different scenarios, different times, different places. For example, someone you praise is not necessarily someone you think, as someone you think isn't necessarily someone you praise. For example, praise out, praise this iPad, I'll say to vertical law, it's also got some great apps, very good features, and extremely beneficial our praise it. I'm gonna thank rahula don't say thank you for letting me press your buttons. You know, you know, thank you, you praise it. Something else that you might praise. So you brothers doing it now eating right, your food, you praise it, you say? tasty dish, delicious.

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Praise. You know, thank thank you for letting me gobble you up. I

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know, it's silly. So you praise food. Especially if you have cooked it, you have to praise it. Otherwise you did. You'd be in the doghouse that night. A horrid when you get married. You see, you have the price of food you have to write so you get the idea. Praise not necessarily Thanks. Thanks. No certainly praise. An example of that would be let's just say for the husband was alive today. slaughtering infant boys. He came to your son, but he spares his life. What would you say to him? Thank you. Thanks. Thank you. You're not going to praise him and say you're the most merciful the most just the most quiet? No, the thought he doesn't deserve praise, Habibi. So you will thank you

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say thank you. But as you can see that both mutually exclusive terms. So what does that have to do? It takes mother hand soccer and

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put some together. So we say Al Hamdulillah. You're praising Allah for everything he does. You are thanking Allah, everything he does upon Allah, it's more comprehensive than just one or the other. And that's why Alhamdulillah is better than a show karela as the Christian Arab site, so we've got one on them. In fact, we've got many on them. But that's just another example. So it actually combines praise, and thanks together a lot for how comprehensive is that? very comprehensive. And you don't say, I'm a doula I praise and thank Allah. It's not Namah doula, we praise and thank Allah. Why?

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Because we didn't always exist.

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And we're not always going to exist true. But the praise or thinks of Allah always, there exists always does exist, always will exist, power and law, more comprehensive. So it's the noun, it's the same and we're going to see that in the next subject in sha Allah universal principles. As we've already started last week, the name What does it indicate? constant nature, something which is more per

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A minute as opposed to a verb. So the verb is not used, but rather it's the noun. We said one of the ways to identify a noun is Alif Lam

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Alif Lam L, you know, it's a name, you know, it's a noun in Arabic. So it's telling it's more constant, more constant. subpanel. Amazing. And by saying, I praise or we praise, nothing wrong with saying that, but we're just talking about the first day and in fact, of course, by saying that, restricting it to the humans, you didn't include the animals. You didn't include the heavens and the earth. But everything in the heavens and the earth makes the spear glorifies the praises of Allah Subhana Allah Hema is semi well developed upon Allah. So that's actually more encompassing by saying, Al hamdu Lillah. Amazing. So that's all humped. That's all humped. Next, we said we're going

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to focus on Lila

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for those who just came in, I said, we're taking another name, and home home. So the first is called omal, keytab, and omachron. Because in Arabic, something which is encompassing, that has many subtitles,

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is given the word home, like the banner in war, which is the main battalion it's called alone. So something which is more encompassing, in Arabic is called home.

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So next part lilla.

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Now if you've asked someone, how are you? And I say, Alhamdulillah Hakeem, brother.

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Has anyone ever said that? Alhamdulillah

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Alhamdulillah Rahim. Has anyone ever said that? No. Would I say that we say hamdu Lillah. Why? If you said hamdulillah Elohim. You've now thank Allah for his Island. What?

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knowledge? If you say Alhamdulillah Rahim, you've sent Allah for his Rama, which is His mercy. If you say al hamdu lillahi Hakim, you thank the Lord for His hikmah what is hikmah? wisdom? So you're restricting it, Bernice Alhamdulillah. Or if you don't you think the Lord Praise Him for everything, all of his names and all of his attributes. We said the name Allah is your one stop name for all your needs. I know you have to memorize that by now call us after memorize his one liners because I use them a lot. But that way you remember him. That's why I use them so you can remember them. The name Allah encompasses all the other names. The name of allah encompasses all the other names.

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What's my proof?

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Allah said in the Quran, Allah to Allah, when he learned a smell, our loved ones, all the names and all the attributes. Therefore when you praise Allah, and you think Allah, you think, man, you think that Rahim effect Allium, you think del Hakeem, you think all of his names and all of his attributes upon a lot. So if you are blessed with a child, you said, hamdulillah if you're given knowledge that hamdulillah you've been given wealth, he said, hamdulillah provision Alhamdulillah. So whatever blessing you have, you could just set him that that covers it all for you. Covers at all what hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. And that's why the seller would say and

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among them, in fact, the prophets, they would say every act of praise, and thanks, is deserving of another act of praise and thanks. The fact that I said hamdulillah just that fact alone, is deserving of another act of praise Parnell amazing. And I believe that was their words are so lame and one of the two.

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So it's Alhamdulillah. Why? Because we said it's, it encompasses

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all the other names.

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Now you can say, Alhamdulillah Hakeem, you can say that you can sell him dearly, but you're restricting. Why restrict something so great. Why restrict your rewards? Why restrict your own rewards, then hamdulillah.

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So it encompasses all the names

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and it's so amazing, this phrase, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in authentic hadith of the horror shot through a man while hamdulillah mela Almeida hammock Allah

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so this phrase Alhamdulillah has filled up the scales on the Day of Judgment.

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The scales What does that mean? these scales are so massive My dear brothers and other Hadith Rasul Allah Allah told us that the heavens and the earth can fit inside of them. Alhamdulillah fills it up, fills it up for you with rewards amazing. Don't think these scales are like the ones that you have at home in the kitchen or in the bathroom? These are massive imagine I told you there's a pen a scale the size of markers Mmm.

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That's big. What if I say this one the size of Lupu. What if I told you one size of Sydney as huge or the size of this

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Australia.

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What if I told you there's a scale the size of the dunya these scales, my dear brothers are so big that the heavens and the earth, the universe can fit inside of them. And with all our technology, with all the modern advancements in science that we have, that have not even transcended the first heaven, the further out they go, they find new galaxies, news clusters of stars support and a lot. Everything can fit in this scales. Therefore Alhamdulillah fills it up. So if you're stuck in traffic, don't just look at the red light staring into space, waiting for it to go green. So hamdulillah you're waiting for your food to cook in the microwave hamdulillah filling up Petros

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Alhamdulillah you can Victrola the colossal easy to do

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it easy on the tongue and not forget the body. You don't have to work to do it right easy on this small muscle called the tongue. It's so easy. And no matter how much you talk, talk, talk and music. Your tongue won't get tired. Have you ever heard someone say I can't talk brother. My tongue is very exhausted today.

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The tongue doesn't get tired. The jaw will get tired before the tongue does so Victrola something so easy, yet the reward is so colossal Alhamdulillah What an amazing phrase al hamdu Lillah.

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And what does Lille mean in Arabic. Lille Lille means? Yeah, for belongs to.

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If I said, Heather hassel Lee, this is mine. Lee right. Lil means belongs to. Right. It belongs to me. So if I let you borrow it for the weekend, and I came to Saturday, and I said, Okay, I really need my iPad back. You can't say no, you can't have it back. It's mine. No, it belongs can meet Lee right, it's Lee. So therefore, all praise and thanks belong to Allah. Even if the kuffar deny that even if they deny this fact is still belongs to Allah, no one can take it away. All praise and thanks always did belong always do belong and always will belong to them. No one can ever take that away. So copyright. Copyright allows for that. And that's why Al Hamdulillah you can add this as

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another point. Alhamdulillah Hamed is only for Allah. You can't say that for the people. You can't say a Madoka.

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As guru calm, that's where you can say, you can say Medicare. I praise you brother. I think you know, you can't say that. Alhambra's only it's exclusive for Allah.

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So if you want to praise someone, you could say I'm the hookah. Or you could say Ashoka. No problem. So we said it's for Allah belongs to Allah, it's exclusive to Allah, you can't use a lamp for the creation. It's only for the Creator. So Pamela, so look at all of these Annie gems were taken from Al Hamdulillah. Amazing. So

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yeah, no problem. But do you need to show you can see that right now. It doesn't compensate. But that's for tech kid as photo kid. So no problem is saying that bell ham does already encompass that as well.

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So that's Alhamdulillah. Now let's go on to the next one. Which is

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what's the common translation for up? Lord? Yeah. Now, we're going to move away from translations. Otherwise, what's the point of doing scores, you can just sit at home and open up

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the translation of the Quran read for yourself. So we're not going to go to translations. But I'm going to give you the Arabic linguistic meanings from what they have derived themselves like a civil way and other scholars. So Rob,

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to say Lord is actually an injustice because it has much more meaning than that.

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Robin Arabic is a comprehensive name, dislike which are the name of Allah,

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Allah.

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So Allah is a comprehensive name that includes many names. Rob is also a comprehensive term that includes many names, and that's why it's befitting that it comes next in line. This is the wisdom Alhamdulillah herbal Allah mean, it's only befitting because both of them have stacks of virtues stacks, so therefore it's only appropriate that they are next to each other. And I'll give you another gym. And that is it's only appropriate that it comes in the first area that hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen the word Rob comes in the first area Why? Because it came in the first AI revealed what was it

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a crop bismi Rob Baker and was also the first name introduced to Mohammed Salah how to sell them so first again, and it was the first name introduced to more Sally Sue them in knee anara book and we say it's the first Al Fatiha

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and it's the first command in the Quran. If you were to read from Al Fatiha

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We're not talking about first commandment, worry disgust that doesn't matter if you were to reach Ramat Fatiha, Norman's you don't find the command in fact the How do you well law says do this or don't do that you don't find any commands. In fact, there was the first command come.

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I sent Al Baqarah 2018 Allah says, yeah you have nurse or mankind obudu are back home. So Rob came in the first command and was the first time introduced to the humans before they were created Allah said Alice to be Rob become Am I not your rob the first time before we will credit? And then the first name after our death in the grave? What's the question? Mel Rob book panela. Rob came first first first first first, as a great meaning and lesson behind that Why? Because you'll see what Rob means. It actually means Islam. When he Rob, me, you have to submit you're gonna say why, say Lord is actually giving it an adjusted that's only part of the lofty meaning in Rob. Then I'm Rob. Among

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the many definitions and meanings that it entails is number one, it means a say it.

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The master in Arabic a say it

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means the master.

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It also means almora be

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the upbringing.

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It also means

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al Malik,

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the owner

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also means I'll moon I'm

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the Bestower of blessings.

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And also means I'll call em em

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the self sufficient.

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The one who doesn't need anything, but everything needs him.

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So the word Rob has these four meanings and more the master the upbringing of the owner, the bestow blessings, which is the right word for the slaves? Yes, correct. You're getting to in a moment. So all of those meanings are found in Rob and the fifth one or then right. I'll call him, I'll call you, you know, and how you refer you. Yeah, the words by humans claim they have the same meaning it came from karma. Allah call him when we NFC he machimura here, the one who is self sufficient, and everything needs him will pay money, right? He sustains everything else. But he is self sufficient. he sustained himself also.

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So as you can add that as number five, but I didn't write on the board fee.

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The one who is self sufficient, and the one that sustains everything else.

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So it's got two meanings.

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So whenever you read a higher a yom that's what you means, the one who doesn't need anything, but everything needs him.

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Now, you may want to underline the first definition of love, which is the master. Why? Because that's probably the closest definition versus definition to a Rob.

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Why for a number of reasons.

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Whenever some of the sell off, would make? And I would say yes, Ed, which is translated as my master was a sad, sad, sad that we're told no don't say sad say Europe be. So the word say it was used synonymous with Arab. So that would us say it is master to mean Rob, as the first proof you can use to establish that the best translation for us is master.

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Save it to the end if you can. Is it crucial?

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The sell off in general? Yeah. Secondly, and among them a share from North I mean, he's not from the seller, but he's the one who was giving commentary of these ahaadeeth and they stayed

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In his shot have a lot of by now via the 40 Hadith. Secondly,

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the word Rob is using a hadith to indicate master. One of the signs of the dev Dutchman is antalet. Amma to rob

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the slave go will give birth to her rub her master, you can't try and she's gonna give birth to her Lord doesn't make sense. How can she give birth to her Lord, she's going to give birth to her, rob her master and tell you that I'm not sure about her. She's gonna give birth to her master. That's one of the signs of the depth judgment. And if you're going to ask him what does that mean? I'll explain but after the initial look, because there's a literal, and there's a metaphoric meaning to this hadith. Very important. So as you can see, she gave birth to her master, therefore,

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Master would be most suitable to translate for Rob.

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Also, when you hear it, you need to think of a dual relationship. Just like when you hear employer you think employee, Father, Son, mother.

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Daughter, yeah, child.

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Master, slave.

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Rob,

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what are we a bad slaves? We are the slaves of Allah. your abs. I'm abdus Elijah, Rob. And we don't translate as servants. Sometimes people translate up the server note not serving there's another word for that altogether in Arabic who knows what it is?

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Yeah, hadham kadem is plural hadham is one who was the heart of the Prophet the servant of the Prophet and it says nomadic gana hamara soon so he was the hardest so hard them in Arabic

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is sirven

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hadham

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came from Padma Padma

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service Yeah.

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Hitman harden came from.

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That's why when you go to the Arab lands, they'll ask you

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How can I be of service may I help you?

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So we're not hold them to Allah. Why as we said, the server is coming from the word service. Now service is a part time or full time. Part time. Service is part time when you go to the shops at 1am you don't get service. And sometimes when you do get service, it's delayed service thinks sometimes the service is temporary. But we're not temporary Muslims. We are full time Muslims full time we're not part time ramadan ramadan Muslims right there. We only worship Allah Ramadan, Asada Ramadan, we take a break. Now having with a lot of Ramadan is a lot of every other month. So we are not part time Muslims are not servants because that's what that's what service is really. It's part time,

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whereas a slave is full time to his master. That's what we a bad law called us slaves of Allah slaves.

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Correct.

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Correct. And the fact that we say I've said that's a good point that they own, just like the master, the master owns a slave. And so if the Master says to the slave, look, I need you to milk the cows at 5am how they have to do to get the harvest at 6am how that afternoon gave me breakfast at 7am how they have to do the slave has no say in the matter. Like us as Muslims, we are the slaves of Allah truly, we have no say in the matter allotted to do this. I'm gonna do a lot to do that. I'm gonna do it. He's the Rob. I'm the ABD. He's the master. I'm the slave he says jump.

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I say how high. That's the meaning of estimating of lobbying. Therefore by definition, Robin ad entails Islam. See how just in that one word, the word Rob encapsulates the meaning of Islam, that you submit to Allah. And that's why I said to Pamela so much meaning the word Rob. And that's why laws have done over and over and over. Do you see why he mentioned that first first, first, first, first in so many occasions, first revelation, first name introduced to Mohammed Salah Salim and more Salli Salaam and before creation and the first time given after our death, and in the first command in the Quran, and in the first Al Fatiha Allah is trying to teach us over and over that I am the rob

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you adapt as a Panama see the kuffaar they can accept a lot of being merciful. No problem. They can accept a lot being forgiving, no problem while What does it do for me really, I'll just do what I want. They can accept a loving little why that means after accepting the slave, and then like that, I said, No, I'm the master of my domain. I'm the king of my domain. I say what is good for me, no one knows.

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That's how they are. That's the modern type of shade on democracy. But it's nothing but hypocrisy

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as a chef, of course.

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So that's something they can't accept. Because if you tell them a loser up, that means you have to accept being nabbed and that I want that. So how do I know this? You know, democracy, of course to being free and liberated. But what's ironic is that their so called liberation in this world is slavery in the hereafter. Well, you're slavery now to Allah is in fact, liberation and freedom in the hereafter. Because the irony is upon a lot. So here we are proud. And we say out loud, that we are the bed of a law, where you say loud and proud. Yeah, I'm a slave.

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And this Oh, you're oppressed? You're a slave? say, Yes, thank you. I'll take as a compliment. I'm a slave to my merciful master.

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And I'm imprisoned by the shackles of this dunya.

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And I am bound by the superior laws of the Sharia. Yes, I'll take as a compliment. Don't let them put you down when they say you are oppressed. So no, Islam doesn't oppress me. Your ignorance does. I'm out of here.

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That's what you should say, have honor dignity. Don't go for come and put doubt in your head. backhoe break and shake. As Odisha phrase always says, Yeah, what do you say shake buckle and break one of the two.

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So he was saying hamdulillah now leaving a Muslim or even a non Muslim I hate to say whoa, I don't like the slavery, business. slavery. When people think slavery, they think of what? oppression, torture, shackles,

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mass murders, look at the oppression that occurred in the early 1800s. With the slavery of the indigenous people of Australia. So when people think slavery, that's what they think of pass upon law. That's not the case in Islam, because what's the next day after hamdu? lillahi Rabbil alameen

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are

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the Most Merciful. In other words, it's not your ordinary relationship. It's not our relationship of oppression. It's a relationship of mercy is your master. But it's not a master that oppresses he's the master have mercy upon Allah, that's a connection, you'll find always an area connects with one before and the one after. And what's interesting, is that before hamdu, lillahi Rabbil aalameen. What did we say? Bismillah. R Rahman r Rahim. Rahman came before and after. In other words, Rob and ABD actually filled between two mercies. So if you're doubting it, in the beginning, Allah is giving you a confirmation. Don't worry, we don't worry, I'm not going to impress you upon Allah. Amazing.

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Amazing. And no, it's interesting that when people have power, what do they do? Usually they get corrupt and they oppress. Look at Bashar Al corraled. And Assisi the CC I call him Look what they do when they get power. They oppressed they kill they murder. But Allah with ultimate power he doesn't. That is true mercy. True Mercy is when you have ultimate power to punish take retribution. But you don't.

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And you forgive. That's true mercy. If you're gonna get beat up by someone who's six for something, you can I forgive you.

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Have you not in a position to forgive we're talking about I forgive you. There's a sort of you want one punch knockout. But if you're in a position where you're 16 or something and you're looking down, you say I forgive you, that's now a position of mercy. Now you're in the position to forgive others, but not when you're in a position of weakness. So that is

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the handler. Well, what a miani it just shows you

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how much meaning is there in Rob, the last one taken up?

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So as you can see, Rob Master, because we are the slaves, funnily ILM in Ireland.

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What's a common translation for ILM in

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Lord of the worlds Yeah. Rob burrata mean, Lord of the worlds

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it's not the world's

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it's not the universe either. Another translation.

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Half halfway there. All of creation. No. Everything except the law. No. All that exists. No.

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No.

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Firstly, let's go back to the root meaning the word Island is where the word I live in came from. I mean, came from Ireland.

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That singular, that singular.

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a singular.

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And the word ILM came from as we said, big words come from small words. What are those three letters, the iron, lamb and meme. A came from ILM.

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So that word came from alum. Now what's our lab?

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flag lm is a flag. It's a sign,

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dialect and elemina signs of a last creation.

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And in particular, this is referring to here when you say ILM, it refers to everything, signs of a last creation.

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So here it means anything that is created. So I'm going to give you now the plural. There's actually two plurals. There's two plurals for Ireland. So we said, lm is a flag is a sign, in other words, something which is a sign of a loss creation. So whether it's a tree, a bird, A, B, or the C, anything that exists is a sign of a last creation, as a formula, just enough, I mean is a proof of existence. And if you asked you prove to me God exists, say look in the mirror. That's it. You just being here is a proof that Allah azza wa jal created you because we didn't come from nothing. And we didn't create ourselves and you find atheism in the Quran. Few is refuted, not hours upon hours of

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lengthy debate and argumentation in the Quran. It's very simple. And hamdulillahi Rabbil aalameen. Right. They refute atheism, if you actually look into the meaning of it, and also am Holcomb enviroshake. am human holophone Allah said also, were they credit for nothing, or did they create themselves? Also that refutes atheism, two very simple arguments.

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They come back nothing. Now if you want to bake a cake, you need flour, eggs, milk, butter, you have a cake. But if you want to create something, as we said, you need ingredients or you need some materials, but allows you to do the same with a credit from nothing. How can nothing give you something doesn't make sense. You know, you get a cup of nothing. teaspoon of nothing, a pinch of nothing. You've got nothing. What are you gonna get from nothing, even in simple mathematics, zero plus zero plus zero equals 00 times zero times zero times zero, you'll get 00 nothingness will give you zero always. So if you didn't call that one, nothing. Did you create yourself? No.

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Because something that is non existent that can exist at the same time. Right, Adam? He told me that one, that was a nice point. You can't have something that is existing and non existing at the same time. Doesn't make sense. It's an oxymoron. So I'm saying I have a squared circle.

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Make sense? squared circle, a square or a circle? So either exists or it doesn't. So if it didn't exist, how did it come about? It can't create itself.

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As we gave the example of a woman, she gave birth to herself, she didn't exist. Credit herself.

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It doesn't make sense. You can't create yourself. And either when you're in the womb of your mother, and say, you know what I want to be, you know, fair skinned or dark skinned, I don't have blue eyes and blonde hair, or dark eyes, you didn't have had no choice in the matter. If we had the ability to create ourselves, we'll probably all be born like the Hulk, right? seven foot and build my toilet. So you can you get the idea that we didn't create. So so it's very simple arguments in the Quran. But let's go back to Al Amin.

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So Adam is a sign therefore ILM is something that exists that is a sign of a large creation. But now let's go to the plural. That's a singular, there's two plurals for Ireland. The first is Ireland mean.

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And there's another plural.

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Our limb

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our name refers to everything.

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The heavens, the earth, all that is in between them all that exists, that refers to all that exists.

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We're going to get into the grammar why, but I'll give you an example of why I mean, doesn't refer to that very simply in Arabic alameen. rhymes with fair Eileen muslimeen, meaning, soya hain See, I mean, there's no rhyme. When it's on the same rhyme pattern. It means those words muslimin meaning soil. It's referring to who

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people referring to people humans are referring to everything, say Muslim in the Muslims, soil, hey, the righteous, many believers referring to people. In other words, this element refers to two groups that have intellect, the humans and the gene. That's what I mean refers to humans.

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And gene.

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If it was all that exists would have been our lm chicken.

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Arabic dictionary. That's what you get our name refers to all the creation. I mean, what does it rhyme with muslimeen fairly well meaning carnitine, caffeine, soil health, same rhyme pattern, and that's referring to people. And we know the jinn. They can also be muslimin Catherine as well. So therefore, Robin alameen refers to the rub of the humans and when you say But isn't that restricting it? No, because it goes hand in hand with the soda itself. The end of the surah talks about her

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sirata Latina and amta, La Jolla moto br la Mola, Berlin, those three groups, among them, those who are blessed, and those who are Richard miscarried, and a last, those who are accountable, is everything in the universe accountable, is this white board accountable that that doesn't mean it's going to stand before Allah.

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So all that exists, is not accountable. So it's a very I talks about the three groups who are accountable. Therefore, referring to who the human and the gene, they're accountable, they're accountable. So I mean, goes hand in hand with the pseudo itself. And that's when we say within a certain Mr. Team, guide us. All that which exists doesn't need to make this drought, the plants that have to make drought guirassy Allah so you can be on the straight path. Allah make me stay as a plant, or an apostate and become a weed.

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I don't have to make that draw, but rather what needs to make the draw. So the surah is talking about that which is accountable. And amazingly, in with this, we said, A surah always connects with the one before or after, at the beginning of the Quran connects with the end of the Quran, what's the last surah so the nurse, how does it begin? When Name of Allah is mentioned, Rob, so it's mentioned first Urbanus, and how does it feel to begin Rabbil aalameen see the connection. Now what's the last day of saltiness

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mineralogy, nutty one.

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See the connection with the Fatiha I mean, the gin and the NASS also amazing connection between the first surah and the last sort of Lahore. Look at that consistency. So the lesson is and will conclude with the statement. Allah is giving you the message, the fundamental message of the Quran if you had to summarize it, from the beginning to the end the lie saying from beginning to end, he is a rebel alameen or abordagem nuttiness he is the master of the jinn and of mankind, in other words, be a slave to him as a virgin. So panicle Lama will become the shadow and La La Land West Africa.