The Language Of The Quraan – Episode 05

Muhammad Al Bizry


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Al-Faatihah Ayah 2-4


AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various topics related to the Bible, including the importance of finding one's partner to judge behavior and finding one's partner to judge behavior. They also discuss various names for the Day of Jury, including man, woman, and the Bible. The speakers also touch on various aspects of Islam, including the use of "imaging" in English, the concept of ownership in music, and the use of "ar lie" and "ar leagues" to indicate authority. They emphasize the importance of remembering oneself and not just using the Quran to justify one's actions.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah

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when we fight for the language of the Quran

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inshallah, in this lesson we're going to focus on yet,

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two to four.

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However we'll start off with a quick revision. I'm going to mention everything that we took taken last lesson, but something that I didn't mention before. We said last lesson at hamdu Lillahi Rabbil. aalameen is the first day of affair to her. Although this difference of opinion on this matter. Some scholars say no, the best mela is the first day what's the best speller? Bismillah R Rahman Rahim. However, not a big issue, not a problem for other people want to take the other opinion? However, why have I chosen the opinion of the Hamed to be the first err based on the Hadith what Allah said, Casasola? benei ouabain abdeen is fine. Our last split

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into two parts between him and his slave cousin to sala benei ouabain abdeen is fine. And how does he start? He says when my slave says they say Bismillah when I know when my slave says al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen I say hamadani Abdi my slave has praised me therefore this hadith which has had it's good see a law started with Alhamdulillah so I go with that a pin. However, his other opinions also not a problem. Don't raise it to a level of without law and time making tech field and tough seek and to be on your brothers and sisters because they hold another opinion. However, something I didn't mention last time, and that is Alhamdulillah Rob Bell Allah mean we said they'll

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hum or praise and thanks is to Laura. What is Rob?

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Yeah, Rob is master we said not Lord for many reasons. We said number one, when the seller would make dua and say saedi, which means Master, they will say no, don't say you say D say you're a B. So I was used synonymously with say it Rob, which means master secondary. We had these of the sign of the development. The slave go will give birth to her.

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She's not going to give birth to her Lord doesn't make sense. It's gonna give birth to her master. Thirdly, who's Robert bait the husband Rob will bite the master of the house. Once again, you don't translate as Lord of the house and the woman is not battle bait, the female master meaning the mistress. So there are many ways you can use a mini a dealer you can use to indicate that Rob is best transmitted as Rob, Rob is best transmitted as master especially because master entails ownership or we owned

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we saw Rob By Allah, he's our master so we are slaves to one that's a compliment. Next time a gopher or a guy fella says to you are enslaved in your religion, you're shackled by it You're bound by it so yes, I'll take that as a compliment. Absolutely. I'm enslaved to my merciful master I'm shackled by the chains of this world and I'm bound by the laws of my Sharia take it as a compliment and they think they're not owned well they at the end of the day they are slaves to something slaves to the desires of slaves to women like that one

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yeah slave to my merciful master shackled by this dunya

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and bound by my superior Shelia.

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Now something I didn't mention last week is what I was getting to was we said we're slaves of a low a bad and a bad this slave not servants because servant comes from service which is temporary but we're full time slaves to a lot not part time Muslims and you don't usually find a slave praising the master Do you know back in the old days slave and master relationship were a slave scissor jack Lohan and forgive me a black I really appreciate it You made me look more handsome now May Allah bless you for not feeding me for a week off

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you don't find them praising rather you find them dis praising the masters or that mastermind talking to his mates are cowards on a free man. I'm gonna build him up, rebel, the you know, the Shabaab the Habib's on him and all the boys on him, right? You don't find people praising their master. So the fact that we are praising a lot from the get go al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen it shows you it's not your ordinary relationship. It's not a relationship of oppression as the kuffaar think it's a relationship of mercy. In other words, allies the master of mercy, Master of mercy, double em, and that's what the next day is, what

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are Rahim mercy, mercy, mercy, and also this al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen as a scholar said, walk past the vein of methane and fill between two mercies. So remember him is one merci what's before

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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim. So that also contains a lot man. So pan Allah so Alhamdulillah fill between two mercies. So the Iowan fell between the best Miller and a a two. So that's our basically lead up to today's lesson, connecting a one to a two, the approach we're taking

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For language of the Quran is three approaches, three approaches, firstly linguistic, focusing on every word. Secondly, connecting the ayah together. Thirdly, connecting the beginning to the end of the soul. Because we said the meaning of surah is something that surrounds something else that connects everything on the inside, just like the fence around your home. It connects all the how all the rooms together, so we're going to connect them. So linguistic approach connecting the dots. And it shows you how much they flow and how logical the data has and how much wisdom there is behind it. And we're going to connect, of course, the beginning of the solar to the end of the solar. So let's

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go into the new content, which is iron.

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Man or Rahim

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Firstly, in general, what do they mean? They both come from the word

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Rama Yes, what's Rama mercy

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and we said big words come from small words. So the word

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in Arabic came from rahima

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rahima rahima means to have mercy on

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when do you use rahima?

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Yes, when you mentioned it, for example, someone of the path or a Hema hula able to Tamia rahima hula it Nakamura Rahim Allah, maybe your grandmother, Rahim Allah, Allah. So rahima is to have mercy on Raw he ma

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rahima urashima. Those are the smaller words of R Rahman r Rahim. In other words, both of these names denote What? mercy they both connected to mercy.

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Upon law, Allah azza wa jal in the best Miller, they could have used any two names. Any two names Bismillah al Hakim al Halim Bismillah al Aziz al Karim Bismillah, Allah habita Webb, is upon us two names to do with mercy, not even one. He could have said this man at the web Bismillah R. Rahman Al Karim. He used to name to do with mercy. In other words, if you want to summarize what is Allah all about? merciful mercy, mercy. So pownal have yet to summarize a lot. To a gaffer. He is the master of mercy that's found in Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen, Allah mannerheim that's a summary. That's what we said that Fatiha is a Makita it's a summary of the book.

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It's upon Allah use those two lofty names to crown every soldier Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, Allah who Allah is his man r Rahim. They are used to crown every sort of, of course, except sort of the Toba because not befitting to start a soldier about warfare, about Jihad with mercy or rather is the justice of Alaska. So to deal with his might not to do with his mercy.

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So that's amazing. How are two names Allah used to crown every sort of with to do with mercy. Now what are they actually mean? Sometimes you find a translation In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent

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ask the Muslim mama what is beneficial in Maine and half of them so I don't know. Maybe more than half what is beneficial mean?

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It means giving in the garden even other means giving beneficial A lot of people don't know Okay, the Compassionate you might read. People might understand what compassionate means. When you read the Most Merciful? Yes, that's correct. The Most Merciful, so out of a man or Rahim both to do with mercy. However, what's the difference?

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I don't know. Man is more general.

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It's more encompassing.

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Whereas Our aim is more more specific.

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Our ramen is far more general, it encompasses His mercy to deal with the cafe. The caffeine, the meaning, the Muslim, the Muslim in the plants, the animals, all of creation. So it includes all of creation. Allah has Rama

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encompasses all of the creation that's found in the meaning of a man or a man. The one shows mercy to all the Most Merciful every type of mercy you can think of falls under our ramen. every type of mercy falls under a man wearing Rahim no more specific, for example, to the believers.

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berkana Medina, Rahim Allah. Allah connected the word the name Rahim to meaning the believers. What can I build me Nina

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like I said, if you want all the evidences for these

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quotes to show at the end of the lesson so that's in summary what the difference is between a man and Allah him if not best said these two names are rough man or Rahim are too soft Names of Allah and one of them is softer than the other, meaning a man is softer than a Rahim. And also to indicate the man is more encompassing, is a lot connected to what? To the rising above the Throne. Ar Rahman

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Ar Rahman rose above the throne in a manner that benefits him. Why? Why did it connect man because just as the throne and the kursi have encompassed heavens in the earth was the accuracy was similar to one just as the throne also has encompassed everything the earth because it's bigger than the kursi. Likewise, our Romans mercy has encompass heaven in the earth. See that beautiful connection between man and st where it is or Rahim, Allah allows just our oil carry him while we're have oil coffee, although it's of course a sign of a lot of greatness and maintenance, but he used mercy. Like I said, if you want to describe a lie in one word, after Allah,

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what a name What a name is upon man, I had a lot of sister and that's why I said what it was at.

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My Mercy has encompassed everything, everything, everything that's alive, is a result of a laws, mercy from our ramen, everything is allowed because of our ramen, every heartbeat every breath that you take everything that's occurring now it's because we are sitting here we are now indulging in the mercy and the blessings of our man himself. Even the kuffaar

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they are now experiencing mercy from Allah man. But our aim is for the believers only in the hereafter. And of course in this world as well. What kind of a minion are human? So that's in general terms of the meaning but let's go deeper now into the Arabic language because this is the language of the Quran.

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Firstly, the name

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rhymes with fun and in Arabic. It's called Allah was the foulard

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does anyone need this man?

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All right, no problem.

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Which part because you can rub the wrist. Nicola Norris.

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The name Irishman rhymes with Fallon. Now when a word rhymes with phyla and in Arabic the scholar city the candle is smaller was the final end of the list. You feed will have you feed in her one boo Bella, when I word Rogers file and

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it indicates two things in her urgency. Mobile lover excessiveness.

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Any word that rhymes with Fallon it indicates urgency. And excessiveness. You might say okay, I don't understand. Give me an example. Sure.

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Sister was this good.

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A person who's really hungry in Arabic They are Joe. And person's really thirsty. They are

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really angry.

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really tired.

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See the ban, hog ban? auction phylon.

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One name of allah Rama, Rama and so those are examples. So we said really thirsty, really thirsty?

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In Arabic is what?

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auction? He's not out, fish out issues thirsty

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are just dying of thirst. Excessive thirst and he needs water now otherwise he's going to die. So in the case those two things, Joanne what's Joanne?

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Not hungry? starving. starving. jack is hungry. But we said when the roses fall and what does it indicate? urgency and excessiveness. So Joanne diskless, starving, starving, urging he doesn't get food now and his stomach heads are gonna roll.

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Right? Maybe like maybe some of your husbands don't get food now. It's all over. So

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In Arabic is Joanne

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is peckish.

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Yeah, if a word Raj is fairly to do remember the fair like mercy, sila Fattah sama file called l saw m aatish. j f rhymes with Farrell is to do but then there's higher degrees of words, we'll get to take the universal principles in the future inshallah.

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So far land farmland is among the highest levels of a word. It's called sila to mobile of an Arabic it's a whole science, you can study the difference between words, degrees of words, some words are higher than others. And something you don't have in English. Unfortunately, the only way you can differentiate between words like that is by adding adjectives. So yeah, very hungry. Right? You might have hungry and starving, I'm talking about the one word that actually has the same letters. Like you have Ireland then you have Allium then Alabama and Alabama. So the same letters you don't have that in English. You can have different words, but no one word can actually be played around

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with you can actually reshape it. Like what is that? As kids as kids? Yeah, like Plato, you can literally reshape like Plato actually gives you a greater meaning.

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Yeah, like that. That's true. Yes. actually do have an English There you go.

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But for actual other names, or the act to describe people, I don't know if it does actually come like that. But for that, adjectives actually.

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I said for adjectives you have but is it easier than English?

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Like doctor doctor and doctor wrist? Nobody have that in Arabic. You can do that and adjectives like big bigger and biggest but names of things to my knowledge

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No, no, I'm talking about same letters. Same letters, same letters. Okay, let's continue we said starving Joanne What about extremely angry

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but how ban furious, raging?

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actually have problems writing the English word in Arabic.

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How ban are automatic for Israel?

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this guy's raging furious, hot band. In other words, excessive anger and this guy needs to calm down urgently otherwise it's going wrong also.

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So let's take the name of Allah.

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Raw man. Excessive over the top mercy Allah just poured his mercy on his creation, poor, non stop excessiveness and urgently urgently urgently In other words, if we didn't have a lot of mercy now we are dead literally. Our heart if there are bate we are dead in a matter of moments. Also, every breath is a mercy so we need it urgently as a creation we need to urgently

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now on ramen, as we said indicates excessiveness and urgency. That's why it actually came before r Rahim. Have you ever heard someone say Bismillah r Rahim Al Rahman. No, it's always a rough man. First Why? Because as a creation as humans, how did Allah make us holy called insano min.

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Arjun, He created us

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majula haste out of haste. As humans we are very hasty we're hasty creation. We hasty by nature. When everything quick though we were fast food, fast cash, fast ABS fast workout fast knowledge to be a scholar overnight, whereas humans were very hasty, very hasty, very impatient. So Allah knows this. He actually said a Holyfield in Santo minocin. Therefore, because you're hasty and take my mercy in haste with our rock man because it indicates urgency ego. That's all around him at first. So as a creation, we're hasty. So a lot for our rock man. First, out of urgency because we like things very quickly. Interesting.

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Yeah, you need to constantly That's right. So what about Rahim now?

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Rahim is on a different pattern. It's filed around with file and words around with file, the names and nouns and we said a name a noun is part of a person's nature. Yes, part of a person's essence. All names are like that. So our Rahim indicates that mercy

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always was

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Always is and always will be

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part of a lost nature.

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What's another word that rhymes with find? Carry him? It's another name. So carry him highly file Rahim that they rhyme. When words wrong like that It indicates the nature generality. It's part of the nature. Let's just say a brother is named Kareem. He is Kareem. What's Kareem? Guys terrorists. He's a very generous guy. lovely guy. He's always giving generous by nature. But is that brother giving South Africa every single minute of the day?

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So I'm like, man, I love man every single second and moment. So our Rahim is more specific. So that brother who's getting him, he's only giving savarkar is by nature general. And he may, for example, give sadaqa to particular charities that Muslim ones. So like was a lot of just being a Rahim. It's his nature to be merciful. And he shows at times to particular people specific, such as who the villain is. See how it rhymes? Kareem Rahim. Me. Yeah, that's right. That's a minion is another word. But it's only done for the minion. That's what you mean.

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So Rahim, Kareem. By nature, they have those qualities. It's the essence and they show it at times.

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Karima for the woman correct. If you want to add

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if you add a tomato to those names, then you generally you get the female version. So Kareem Karima, you have Rahim. rahima now, man, it's exclusive for Allah. You can use it for anyone or anything. That's why masala adverb earned the nickname of kozub the perpetual ioway called himself ramen only amendment

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the amount of VMM which is a place so he called himself a man it's only for Allah you're not allowed to be called a man. I know a lot of Muslims from the subcontinent have a name especially the services we recommend they should change it. Hamza brother. He learned this recently I told him change it needed so human his wife so Rahman and ramen only for LA but if you put up before or ama, which means slave, no problem. Abdul Rahman no problem. Amateur ramen that's okay. But a rough man on its own not allowed. Not allowed. Whereas Rahim can be used for the creation. You sure can. Words that run with fail. You can use it for people. You can use it for things like Kareem. Fail.

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alim Rahim, Allah use Rahim to describe Rasulullah bill Mina

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or Orion, mira Rahim. So I'll use the word Rahim to describe Rasul Allah so to slam so you can use Rahim for the creation. So in summary, Rahim for the creation as well. But the only share the name that I share the of course, the true essence of the word, or only follow

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the form of the so that's our man. next ayah. Maliki Yama de.

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file. Raheem, Karim, Allah I

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want to say right, it doesn't have to mean the same letters. It's on the same pattern. That's what in Arabic is called? Wasn't?

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Yes. mannerheim. Is it? so rough man? Or Rahim? Is it two

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or three Maliki Ahmed Dean? What's the common translation for Malik? Yama, D.

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The King of the desert may you might read that what else you might read? Someone said, Oh, no. You might read the master. Right? And we said master is only for Rob. Really, it's best to Angelus Rob. Whereas King is another word. It's not King. When you read owner of the dev doesn't mean that's correct. So molecule Medina is owner

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King is Malik.

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Now they both came from the Arabic word Malika. We said big words come from small words. So the main lamb calf main lamb calf Malika in Arabic means to own. If I said mela cats are issues a euro issue or in the car Melaka Mohammed Al column he earned the pin.

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And I'm liko had different I own a phone. So Malika is to own something to possess it. And they're connected in that sense because an owner owns something true. That's what's called owner and the king does he own some things? Sure does. He owns his kingdom and his castle. So they both came from Malika, Malika. Yes, question.

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Yep So Malika means to earn that's why they both connected because when word Charlotte is a share meanings, however, manicure medium when you say Malik, you're saying own of the Dodgers are not King, not King. And it's important we get the translation, right. Why? Because just as we said in Hamed praise is not necessarily thanks and thanks is not necessarily praise the two different terms, remember, and we said they both use in different situations. Well, likewise, an owner is not necessarily a king of everything. And a king of everything is not necessarily the owner, everything. There are two different terms to music specific terms that you use in different situations. For

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example, an owner if you were to go to Saudi Arabia, the king, they're the king of the country. He doesn't own your car. True. doesn't own your phone doesn't own you. So he's the king of the country, but you're the owner of something isn't own everything.

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So the king of something doesn't necessarily own everything. Yeah, the king owns his castle, he owns his kingdom, he may own a few slaves doesn't own everything.

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So also, the owner can be an owner of something, but he's not a king of it. Like I'm the king of this ring. I mean, I'm the owner of the string. I'm the king of this ring. That's silly. You know, if someone says I'm the king of this ring, I say relax Habibi, just the ring. You got it for 35 Gemini in Egypt, right? Relax. So just because you're an owner, not a king. It's because you're a king. You don't own everything. see other different? What's interesting is that when it comes to how you can say Maliki Ramadan, and guess what, there's another Kira, what is it Melaka Medina, you can also recite the ayah like that, to indicate that Allah is the owner of victory of judgment and the

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king of the dead judgments upon Allah. So two in one combination, the cycle hummed. It puts them together. Now what about if a person says Look, I know that you can recite Surah Fatiha as Maliki Ramadan? We know as molecule meeting, well when they get to the end of the Quran, which Allah surah

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so the nurse, what do you find the pseudo

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mannequin nurse right at the end? Allah is the king of the people. In other words indicate from the beginning of the Quran to the end of the Quran. Allah is the owner and the king of everything. Allah, Allah mentioned it in the Quran at the end just for good measure he got just in case you forgot. Interesting. And that's actually an interesting way how At first, the heart connects with a nurse, we're in trouble and we take sort of the nurse, you're going to see Allahu Akbar the remarkable links between these two. So what we said once sort of connects to the end. And in fact, the beginning of the Quran connects with the end of the Quran and we're going to see how surah Xs,

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so the fattier actually connect that's only one way. There's so many other ways where do we get to where you're going to be blown away to Batticaloa and you see what the LMS said about us? Not my words with the scholar said, but it's just mind blowing to say the least will like remarkable how the beginning connects with the end. It's not your ordinary book.

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Melek no problem because just means an owner. Just an owner of something. Yeah, you could be mad at

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us for malic

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acid No, it's actually a signal Malik. So even though alamat had Allison, no, Malik, and Malik. As for Malik a lot of difference of opinion.

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But Malik no problem we find scholars like alleman Malik had that name. That's fine. So let's Maliki on within that Malik. Sorry, that's Malik. What about yo Medina? Yo Medina is referring to which day

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the day of judgment.

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So Allah is the owner and King of the Day of Judgment.

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Now, there are other names to describe the depth judgment that they have done has many names. There's Dave recommends Yeoman. Hi sir. Good. What about an Arabic

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normal fossa? Good. That's the Dave criteria. Were people we split into four soul classes categories. This disbelievers and believers. What else are the names of the Dev, Jasmine?

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Korea from Tara

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it's to knock it to another word alert you to draw your attention like an alarm wake up. Call the quality because of that, and have what else

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unless she had the overwhelming

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Lkm a good from karma what karma to notice that yeah terrorizes stand good

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because they have standing over myself correct from Hasselbeck comfortability, the scales, other names Yamato net dev calling. Now those names interestingly enough, they refer to a phase or part of the dev Jasmine. For example, your mud bath bath means to resurrect Botha male note to resurrect. Now is the whole day of judgment. Just about resurrection. No, there's more to it. Yeoman kiama

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It's from karma to stand. But on the dare, Jasmine is just about standing in front of Allah. No. There's more things to the Yama tonight about the calling, will you be called out to stand in front of the judge the King of Kings? But is the dev dummy only about that? No, there's more to it. So as you can see, those are aspects of the Dutchman. But young with Dean is one name that is comprehensive refers to the whole day of judgment put together all phases from beginning to end upon law. So molecule Meridian, is actually comprehensives upon law. Amazing. Why? Because the word Deen in Arabic has many meanings.

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It came from the Arabic word, Dane.

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What's the name?

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Yes, a debt.

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And it's also used for a loan.

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That's Dane.

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dying in Arabic means the dead. Now the debts and loans have to be paid back? I sure do. So the dev doesn't is a day of payback.

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It's called the home with Dean Eonni. home with Dane is today payback. In other words, if you have to translate your deen we translate it as a Day of Recompense payback recompense for the believers and disbelievers. It's pile of one day beautiful that term you barely can within that summarizes so it's payday for the believers and pay back to the disbelievers payback time for them, but it's payday shala for us. So if you had to translate your Medan you could say, the day of

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re compensation.

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Dave reconvince

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Now the word Deen also means religion. But it doesn't just mean that it doesn't just mean that but it's connected to religion How? Because you're moody in the religion that you have now is how you'll be paid back later. You want the religion of truth now you have goodness there, your religion of falsehood now the DNA of falsehood you have also evil there. So your DNA Now, the way you have in terms of your lifestyle and your religion, is how you'll be compensated there. So that's another way they connect between their judgment and your deen the word Deen also has a third meaning. So there we said the first meaning is deign. Second, meaning as we know it commonly as the in religion,

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because you will be compensated based on your religion. But thirdly your way of life the word Deen also means way of life. I lead or there are no said but have betula Allah Dino new Dan OBE, loving the scholars is a dean, you Dan is a religion that is adopted, it's a way of life. In other words, it's part of your lifestyle. You then are committed Dino to dallow, that famous Arabic proverb, that famous Arabic saying that as you do, you will get other words you will reap what you so what you get out is what you put in. So the word Danna, Dino in Arabic actually has another main which is to adopt as a lifestyle to do. In other words, what you take as your lifestyle now you're going to meet

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it later on. So if you have a lifestyle of filth, you're going to meet filth in the Hellfire, where you have to drink the pus and blood of the people of hellfire. That's among the punishments. So but if you lead a pure de blasto you enter the abode of purity which is tender, and that's why no one enters john unless they purified that's what the fire was made for. to purify the filth and literally burn it out of your extinguisher out of you until Nothing is left but a pure believer just like you put gold into the furnace until it actually removes all the fields to nothing is left except pure gold. That's what the jahannam is there for as I said, the fire was created to burn the

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hardened hearts and that's why large returns when he talked about the fire. He said we'll go to her NASA well hey, Jarrod. Its fuel is people and stones. Now why stirring the person? Why don't I say hided metal or iron? Because they melt. They melt whereas stones don't. So that fire was made for the stones and the hearts that are hardened and allows you to compare the hearts to stones. Thoma kulu coming back

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for here Cal ijarah Allah said your heart became so hard, it became like rock and stone. So that connection between a low comparing rocks to hearts, and that's why Allah said that in hellfire. The people who really the core is the heart and stones are the few and it will claim said the false credit to burn the harder to connect so hard on luck. And even in the laws we just said about the stones that some benefit can be extracted from them water

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and it says when a law rule this is the Stern's got upset that took offense to the law compared the hardhats to them. So largely they said no but even with

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stones, they should do coursework. I mean hearts, they should do customer even worse. So the stones were happy 100 leather hats can be worse than us.

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But hard hearts upon my end, if you want to know, if you've got a hard heart,

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look towards the eyes, it will pay him said when the heart becomes hard, the eyes dry up.

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If you're not crying, you know having you're not affected anymore by the removal of the advocate and said when the when the hearts become hard, the eyes become dry. So this is a reminder for you and I that sometimes our hearts tend to get really hard and they get hardened via sins. The more sin you engage in, the more filth You see, the more feel few here will feel to speak of and just actually worsens the heart but is still far can actually soften the heart once again, I saw this video on YouTube,

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where he had to he had a container. And he said this containers like your heart is filled with water. And then he said we since Of course we know the lawn, the black spots are affected, the hands are covered. So he started to put this black ink and more and more until that fluid was totally black. But then he started to add water. And so this was the father does more water actually diluted it until the blackness got a bit fainter until it became white again. So that's what it's defined as so you fall fall into sin, but constantly turned to Allah and repentance and a shallow to purify those hearts again,

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that's Maliki omit them. Now a person may ask why is it your Medina not Yama dunya. Why He's the owner and King of the Day of Judgment recompense of the day of the dunya. Or this world makes more sense to say this world we're living now we're closer to it. But when you say Maliki Ahmed dunya is referring to now, in other words, the first say, whereas that judgment is the last say, and the one who has the last say, has the whole say, one who has the last say has the first say, because that's the final authoritative command that comes in the end. For example, I may make a decision in the Arabic college by Shahada and overrides it, it shows he's on top, he's the big guy. So likewise, in

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a company, you have the general manager, but then you have on top of him the CEO, the head honcho, the big the big boss on top, so the person who may have a first say, on the bottom on the ground level, but the boss on top the CEO decides who stays on who's fired, who's made redundant, who is employed. So the one who has the last say, really shows you the one who has true authority. So by saying molecule madonia it's restricting it because that person might have a say now like a king.

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But just because you have a say now doesn't mean you're gonna have a say, then they have judgment. So that's precision once again, molecule Medina, the last say, because that shows true authority lies upon every word lie. You can't get a better word in the corner. Never ever Can you find a better word than what you find in the most offered hamdulillah. Let's go on to a foreign we'll stop here.

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Yeah, can I Buddha Stein?

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He cannot do

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what he can Stein.

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I'm running the Arabic for you just to save time. And because of course, we all know where it is. You can look at the Arabic there and copy it out. And that way, we can finish in 10 minutes to show Allah yakka Naboo.

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Translated us, you alone, we now bought WhatsApp or the iPad worship. So that's actually correct. When you read you alone.

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We worship Allah.

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That's correct. But if it was, You we worship wrong.

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The word er can Abba do this phrase? by swapping the words and saying now we do yakka eventually change the meaning. Someone will say what's the difference? What's the difference? like say for example, the Messenger of Allah or last messenger swapped around same thing, but Arabic not not all the time. Yeah, can I will do is different from Naboo iaca. If you say Naboo yakka means we worship you.

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But we say yeah, Corrado first, it's called the slip house, you've restricted only you do worship. So now Buddha yakka we worship you. To the Christian say that they do. They say we worship God. Yes. But it's the only God that tried to worship. No, who else do they worship? Jesus? He married rock stones. They probably everything as well. They had to, they could. So yeah, can I meet you alone? It's called a slip house in Arabic house means restriction.

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Exclusive worship to Allah only.

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And same thing here can Stein it's not necessary. No, yuck. It's iaca Stein. In other words, only you'd we make 200

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To do

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now, this polyp and this drought I better do our follow up is when you can ask someone for something, that's fine. You can ask for help. That's okay. But do I better is only for Allah. So once again, here

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you alone

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do we

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seek ultimate aid from?

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So you may ask a person for help, but at the end of the day, ultimately it comes from a loss of return.

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Now, why is he repeated?

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That's true, but you could say in Arabic Yeah, can Abu when a stain? Look, you don't have to repeat the word you?

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Yes, good Asante for emphasis. Number one. yakka is repeated for emphasis. Number two,

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it's both restricted.

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We said when you put iaca first, air restricts. So the first yakka is repeated.

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Number one,

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we said for emphasis.

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Number two,

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to indicate restriction

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only allowed to make to you can make draft for someone. But you don't make it to them. When they pass away, go to the graves etc. That's just lazily that doesn't accept it. In other words, only you not even for a moment not even for a second Am I going to commission that's all we're saying. reminding ourselves reminding ourselves Yeah, can assign those people who use other ahaadeeth to try and justify the grave worship and worship to the so called saints. He's about 17 times a day, you're saying Well, yeah, can Stein you alone 70 times a day, do we ask you for help? I don't know where they get their shirt from. And you'll never be able to justify it by using the Quran and the sooner

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because that's actually using a fall asleep. So by doing that, actually doing something wrong and if the Tamia said no person of innovation brings in innovation, and it's evident except I use the same evidence to turn against them.

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You know, some points are gonna you just turn around bang. So, really, there's no you can't really justify using the Quran and the Sunnah because prophets, Allah salam, and all the prophets called to pure hate. And the third reason why it's repeated, because he actually means you alone. In other words, without Allah, He acts as repeating. Without you, your Allah, I can either worship you nor seek your aid.

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In other words, without you I'm nothing. So it indicates our helplessness.

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Next time you worship and you prank fidget every day, and you're doing everything on top of your eyebrows, I don't think so because of your intelligence, because of your strength. Because if you're mad, because of Allah, Allah blessed you with her a lot, gratitude, the ability to come to class and to understand concepts and to teach and to be wise and to memorize the Quran. So just by saying that it's reminding yourself of humbleness every day, every day, I am nothing without you, your every act of praise deserves another act of praise. Because Allah allowed me to praise.

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So reminds Without you, I can either worship You and I would. And this time, Another interesting fact of Naboo Yak and Abu

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the word Abba is to worship. Ah,

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that's where the word nap came from.

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However, what's the hub in Arabic? slave?

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What do you notice about Abba and up?

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The year they've got the same letters that arrive you know, I bet that they have a sound the same. In Arabic. Remember this rule once again, when word chill is the share meanings. So when you're saying, you will learn to worship, that's only part of the meaning. There's more to it.

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You will learn do I enslave myself to

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its power law? That's actually found in that 17 times are you saying it? So you're alive as I'm praying, I'm not going to enslave myself to that dunya after this Allah, luckily, a slave myself to my desires, I'm not going to slave myself to women, or men, or pubs, clubs and drugs. So you're reminding yourself 17 times a day iaca Naboo. You allowed to enslave myself to? Well, that goes hand in hand with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. Once again, see how all the air they connect. It's all about the same topic. So you alone do we worship and add and enslave

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So all of these extra meanings

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Sometimes you find a missing from the translations and inshallah in the future I intend to do a project embark on a project, maybe someone can with with help from the brothers and sisters or we translate the Quran like this. So we add those extra meanings you will learn to worship and enslave ourselves to at least footnotes here for example. So sure,

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one more thing, I will stop yaka nabooda can Stein University aka not Budo

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and Nesta and it's not a aka Budo

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what's the difference between Nabu and Abu

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correct Perfect. Now Buddha we are Buddha

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I may now Buddha way Abu.

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By correct or me like Iran. We may so when you say yakin, Abu it's we we indicating we are a Jamal, reminding us of 70 times a day of unity, unity. And if you look at all the pillars in Islam, they all indicate this unity, and this congregation and this worshiping a lot together. For example, the Shahada when we say eyeshadow and La ilaha illAllah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, we all enter into the largest family on the face of the planet, the Islamic brotherhood sisterhood in the heavy metal comb, oma, where Haider. Allah says this nation of us is one global nation. So the Shahada is a sign of unity Gemma, the Sala we pray together, especially on Juma unity. zeca is taken from those who

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have wealth to those who don't or those who are in need of it or the recipients connecting us with the less fortunate in the oma unity. So yeah, we break our fast together, we fast together, unless you're sharing different but unity, unity, also the hedge, hedge type. If that's not a sign of unity, I don't know what it is. You have believers around the globe from various skin colors, backgrounds, nationalities, races, young, old male, female, strong, weak, rich, poor, all coming together to worship a lot together, even dressed the same way. Unity unity unity. Yeah, got Nava do not yakka abodo. So don't be a loner, but rather come together because united we stand divided

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before we much weaker on our own. rasulillah warned against this, he said, the shaitan attacks the stray believer just as the wolf attacks the stray sheep.

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So when you're alone, shaitan will eat you up for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Your three course meal. That's what a lot of people can be hard on when they're alone. But when they're around others, they're embarrassed at least. So it's not going to be embarrassed from a lie that's been birthed from the creation.

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So we're a gym and we work together and that's why you know one pin for example here I can easily snap it but grab a collection very hard to break. That's the parable of the believers. strength in numbers when we come together much more stronger. We ask a lot of gel to keep us united on the truth does that come low Hayden sapochnik aloha Mohammed ik shadow Allah Allah stuff silica wanna to hula