The Language Of The Quraan – Episode 06

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Al-Faatihah Ayah 5-7

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Okay, let's start Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah lesson six, all the language of the Quran last week, we looked at it at two to four. So we'll quickly do a revision of those eight. And then we'll go into the new content, which is at five to seven. So that will conclude the sorta and then we're going to show the links

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between the beginning of suta Fatiha and the end of SOTA Fatiha

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because the word surah came from soar as we said something which encompasses something else and it all is connected on the inside therefore, the ad always connect. So, we're going to illustrate that today and you're going to see how Allah azza wa jal structures his argument in an eloquent and creative manner very cohesive argument of the Quran eloquent speech, and that's why it amazed not just the believers but the disbelievers as well. So last week, we looked at i a two to four and a a two was R Rahman r Rahim. Those are two names of Allah that denotes What?

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mercy Rama however, what's the difference between Rahman and Rahim? There are many among them

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Mashallah perfect. Ar Rahman is a name that includes all forms of mercy while law shows mercy to the kuffaar believers, disbelievers all of creation was Rahim as some of the IMF stated is only for the believers based on the ayah What can I build? Amina rahima sola connected believers to the name Rahim. Another way they differ.

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If not best, said these are two soft Names of Allah and one is softer which is softer

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man and also to indicate that a man is more encompassing. What is to be used as the lead in evidence?

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The Throne excellent Allah rising above the Throne, which name did he connect to that? Ramen, ramen.

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Ramen rose above the throne in a manner that benefits him of course. So just as the throne has encompassed the heavens and the earth, to the mercy of Allah Rama does encompass heaven in the earth. And we also said that the difference between our home and our home is that Rahim can be used for human beings you can call someone Rahim you can say Yo te nt rahima no problem because Allah used the name of him to describe her.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said bill Medina are awful Rahim was Rahman is exclusive to Allah. You cannot call someone rough man. You cannot name an objective man. It's only for a lot. However, we said if you put have to before I met No problem, or Mr. Before I met no problem by just ramen not allowed and that's why he earned the nickname of the perpetual liar

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because he killed himself because he called himself

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ramen Lima. He called himself from Antalya, Mama. That's right. So we said other people claimed Prophethood but they didn't earn the nickname of al Qaeda. He got it because he gave himself a name that's exclusive to Allah. So he called himself for a hitman, Allah Mama.

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Mo Salem Al Khattab, the one who claimed Prophethood

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man al yamamah.

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Then we looked at Maliki Ahmed Deen Malik is translated sometimes as king but no, what's Malik? owner? How do you say king in Arabic? Malik. And we said just like ham and sugar are two different exclusive terms. Likewise, Malik and Malik are two different terms. You could be an owner of something but not the king. True. I can own this ring. But honestly, I'm the King of the Ring. It's silly. And you could be a king of a country Bader and and everything in the country. So there are two different terms but Allah is Al Malik and Al Malik because you can recite this ayah in both ways you can say Malik Yama, Deen and molecule Medina showing the eloquence of this ayah beautiful. And

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we said yo Medina is a name for that they have judgment. And we said there are other names for it. Like, what's another name for their judgment? Normal tiama but that came from karma. Yes. What's karma? To stand? It's about standing. But is it that judgment only about standing? No. What about Zilla? What's that about? The shaking of the earth? But is the depth judgment only about that? No, it'll be destroyed. So you we looked at those names and we said their individual phases of the depth judgment, whereas your median is it's exactly it's a comprehensive name for the depth judgment. It covers all of those periods and all of the phases upon Allah. And we said the word Dean came from

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the Arabic word as you said, sister, Dane wants a Dane a debt are alone and does have to be paid back. They do. So it's a day of

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payback Recompense. Excellent. And we also said the way Dean and dang Dean connects to your Medina is the dean that you have now, whether it's a religion, you'll be compensated in the future. So if you have Islam now, you'll be of course we compensated with goodness. And if you don't, then you'll be compensated with evil. Excellent. Maliki Ahmed Dean.

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Then we looked at our UFO, which is a can Abu why can Stein so I'm going to focus a little bit on this today because there are some things that we didn't mentioned last week and then we'll continue with the pseudo

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ear canal Buddha canister and what's the common translation for that? You alone do we worship? Now, where's the word for worship in this area? Yaga Nabu came from Abba in Arabic.

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Aveda means to worship.

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Armada Abba de Mohammedan Rob onapa. Mohammed worshipped his Lord.

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Now what's interesting is that there's another word that has the same letters.

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What's up, slave?

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So we said when we're children is they share meanings. So this idea when people translate it to you alone, do we worship, that's actually half the meaning. You will learn we worship and You will learn we enslave ourselves to the power and a lot extra meaning and that changes the whole dimension of this area. Why? Because a person could worship the US or Muslim or Russia, but what are they doing between those times? Yeah, that could be Abdullah during the prayer but up to shaytaan between the prayer. So it's not just about worship, but it's about enslaving yourself to Allah. And we're reminding us of daily daily effects 17 times a day, you will end up in worship and you will learn to

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enslave ourselves to because people will enslave themselves too many things, right. They will save themselves to money, pubs, drugs, clubs, opposite gender, dating music, they enslave themselves to their desires. So we're reminding ourselves upon law that you will learn to enslave ourselves to and that connects beautifully with the first ayah al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Moselle Rob is our master because we are the slaves. You know, it's interesting, this is smack bang in the middle of of El Fatiha, this guy is right in the middle of Al Fatiha. And the middle of something indicates the core of it. The core of something is the essential part of it. That's why the nucleus is in the

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middle, it's the core. That's why the seed is in the middle. True without the seed you have no fruit. So the middle is the core, it's the most important essential part. So if you look at fair to her, it's seven is true. Three is in the beginning, three is in the end, what's in the middle, I have four

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I have 418 in the middle, and that's Iraq and Afghanistan, indicating that these concepts of worshiping Allah and enslaving suffering is the core of it fair to her. And we said that 30 is a summary of the entire Quran. So that's a summary of the entire muscle festival. Wow. If you had to summarize the Quran in one if someone asks you, what is it, you give them? He cannot do he can Stein.

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And who said that also?

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He said the whole could and can be summarized in Al Fatiha. And it further can be summarized in fo ekonomika can Stein as

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one as well. And that's the meaning of Islam, isn't it? to enslave yourself to Allah to do what he wants, not what you want, because that's what a slave does. A slave doesn't do what they want. They do what a master wants. Yes, yes, yes. That's what Islam is. Islam means to submit. So I submit and surrender to you, you follow what you want, because I'm the slave. You're my master. Allahu Akbar. So I have four is a summary of the entire third year and in the entire Quran. Well, that is the basically the fundamental message of Islam, and also connects with the fundamental reason why we were created what we created

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to worship Allah. So it's part of our reason for existence. So I have four summarizes the Quran summarizes the Fatiha and summarizes the reason why you were born. So those are three things you can if you want to add as notes, those three things that summarizes that Fatiha, which summarizes the Quran and is basically the reason why you will create it.

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Yeah, I am said the Quran is summarized in Al Fatiha. Al Fatiha is summarized in Iraq and Abu Dhabi, I can Stein.

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Sure. So I have four is a summary of Al Fatiha

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and in fact, is a summary of the Quran.

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And that also means it's a summary of why you were created.

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It's a summary of your life. The three steps are

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a three step Summary Report. Beautiful.

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Well, what an eye for is amazing.

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Not exactly. And that's really that's the cause of people's demise in the hereafter because they didn't worship Allah they didn't enslave themselves to Allah. Exactly 70 yeah can I was awake in this time. Now let's go back to the I have one we were created. Allah said well Mahalo to Gina will insert Allah, Leah Boone commonly translated or did not create gene or mankind except to worship me. But now you know, I better is connected to hub. So what else would you change to this translation? Correct? you'd add enslavement. So in other words, this should be translated or did not create gene or mankind except to worship and enslave themselves to me. See how people a lot of the time they

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just take the translation but they've you miss out on so much. That's the problem when, of course, you don't learn the Arabic and other things, of course. So it just shows you how deep the ayat of the Quran and simple translations never do justice.

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Well, what can I afford amazing?

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Fact at the end, I want you to tell me your favorite from this Sora In fact,

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today's goodbyes about sort of how I felt this is such an important sudra I'm going to do a series on this in the hotel inshallah. So I'd like to see your hear your thoughts, and maybe just select the gems from it and give it because you can't mention every single aspect of it's too long. So that's basically a revision and leading up to where we are starting today, which is at five to seven. So let's discuss the

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What are you five?

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sirata. Mr. team? What's a common translation for that? They

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guide us? Yes, to the straight path. That's a common translation. Yes. And we can of course, fix it up and add our own twists to it to make it more correct. And based on the meaning that allows whichever one wants to illustrate

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got us to the straight path.

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This is a five and it's the only do art you make innovator. It's the first draft and the only draft you make guide us you're actually making a dotnet I will guide us to the straight path. So guess what everything up until this hour is an introduction to the start. It's a build up. I want to fall is an introduction to f5

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just like when you want to ask someone something you have an introduction is hi give me money. You for example, you want some money from another sister, you compliment her yo t Mashallah your hijab looks very nice. Today, it looks very pretty. Did you lose weight, or you say something, you bite her up a little bit, you flatter her. And then you ask her for something just like you do with your husband's before you ask for money. You ask him, you know, you compliment him and then you ask. And then when you compliment your husband, he puts his hand on your forehead asking you are you feeling okay? Because it's not right for you to compliment him? Or if you know your tricks, you're saying

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What do you want? Sure. So when you want something you have an introduction, otherwise it's considered rude. So Allah is teaching us the etiquettes of Doha as the first lesson, you can derive from a five. It comes in a a five, not in a one, the drop comes in a five to indicate at one to four is a buildup. In other words etiquettes have to have, you don't just ask a lot you can. But if you want your drive to be answered, you want to increase the chances of your drive being answered. You need to have etiquettes in introduction. So we start off by praising Allah hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen R Rahman r Rahim. Yes, I five. So it's an introduction to it. In other words, the etiquettes

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of Doha can be found in Atlanta for

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a lot of people say I make dua, but nothing happens if you heard that before Muslim say that I'll be making dark nothing's happening.

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So what's wrong? What's wrong with his job? So working? No, that is not the problem. Because the Doha is a weapon. The drama is Silla movement, the weapon of the believer, and a weapon is only effective if you

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know how to use it. Sure, you can have the most powerful weapon in the world. RPG rocket launcher or ak 47. But if you don't know how to take the safety caps off, it's useless through I'm not calling you to terrorism. Of course it's others will be rated after this lesson, but you get the idea. So a powerful weapon becomes ineffective if you don't know how to use it. Likewise, the powerful weapon you don't know how to use it. There's no loss. There's no sincerity no add up. No etiquettes don't understand what you're saying. How do you expect that thought to be answered? So the polling was up there was a problem.

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us exactly us. Next time a person says that was not working. Say No, it's not the problem. It's us. The etiquettes like the weapon

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A person could have a powerful weapon ago it doesn't work. Right doesn't know how to use it. But another person comes in an expert takes it fires away. So the problem is, the problem is us. That's the first. That's another lesson now we just mentioned two lessons of five. The first lesson we said, Introduction build up, in other words, etiquettes. When making to heart, there's many things you can do like praise Allah, you want your dog to be answered, praise Him. Secondly, we said, because this is Jani. We said a lot of people think that there is a problem. No, it's with us with us. third lesson from a five year cannot be the way it can stain.

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If you look at it at 123 What are they discuss? Who are they discussing? A lot of hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen on Rahim Allah He Malika Medina, it's knowledge of Allah, telling you who Allah is.

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What are you forget?

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worship, worship of

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worship to Allah correct?

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What's a five summarize in one word?

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That was the drop, asking for guidance, true inner guide, I see a lot.

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What do you say?

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Correct. If no time said, Whoever has knowledge of Allah, and then acts upon that with worship of Allah will get guidance from Allah. upon Allah, you find people are not guided. You may be complaining about yourself what's going on? I'm a guided hacker. I'm cocking it. after Ramadan, I just went downhill. The answer is inserted Fatiha. subpanel What a surah just summarizes all of our problems for us. It just summarizes everything for us. And it provides a solution for all of our problems. You find a person who is off the track, they're not guided with the issue. They have either no knowledge or

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no worship or that have both. I don't have both. And he said, he says in his book, I'll forward your share of guidance is dependent upon your share of worship.

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your share of guidance is dependent upon your share of worship. And your share of worship is dependent upon your share of knowledge. Beautiful so it can even work backwards. Like that.

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And that's the knowledge of ignore pain. What a scholar Whoa, whoa, awkward. The student of scheffel Islam himself.

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Yeah, sure. He said your share of guidance you wonder how much guidance you're going to get is dependent upon your share of worship.

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The more worship you have the initial Morgana to get back. your share of worship is dependent upon your knowledge because you can't worship Allah based on ignorance. You need knowledge and knowledge starts first. True. That's why the first a rule was

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was surah.

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Allah it starts off by knowledge true. If Allah saying read, recite. In other words, guy knowledge. What's the last day is with Lalo?

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Kela toto first waka Terra, first Dude, what's the such that

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it's a frustration which is part of worship. So certain Allah begins with knowledge and ends with worship showing you also another connection, that knowledge and worship go hand in hand. But what comes first knowledge and then worship? Yes, we say the connection also sort of Allah illustrates this upon a lot. And that's why you find that the Quran complements each other alone, a plant a seed here, but you bring up the fruit somewhere else. Amazing. And what's interesting sort of Allah wasn't revealed at once. The first five, eight were the first as revealed later on the other part of sootel aliqua revealed, but we'll probably find they come hand in hand. And that's divine, that's

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divine. It shows you that allows real is one that placed the ayat. And we know this based on the Hadith, which have been commanded or sort of place every Ayah there. So the placement of the ayah is from Allah, not from the companions, or the beloved. But you can find this connection. That's why the link so eloquently, this cohesive arguments are perfect. Well, like every word, every idea is not just perfect in itself, but even the way they're placed next to each other, you can never get a better structure, you can never get a better word.

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So let's Yes,

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your share of guidance is dependent upon your share of worship and your share of worship is dependent upon your share of knowledge. So the more knowledge you have, you should be implementing that more. That's why even Mohammed was told about a man once he was said about you know, so and so is has written 1000 a hadith is compiled a book 1000. He said he has to produce as many actions equal to them

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doesn't know how do you know 1000 actions.

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So your knowledge is actually equivalent to your worship. So if you're just knowledge, knowledge only, but not action, that's a problem.

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If you're just doing worship, worship not only that's better, that's also wrong. You need both. So people who are not guarded with their problem, panel, no knowledge, no worship, it's upon them Allah azza wa jal protect us or maybe a bit of both, maybe a bit of both as well.

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As much as you have. So you gain knowledge and then you implement that maybe you learn about the virtues of clamor LLC you do it even if it's to rock art and play and we learn start after action.

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So now Ramadan told us many things among them is that it's not just about an increased or temporary increase of religious actions by Ramadan came to teach us this what you're capable of doing everyday. And Ramadan came to teach us that it's not just putting bad habits on pause, but rather to break them completely. So Ramadan if we stopped doing those actions, and there's a problem. Let's go back and start today. Start tonight inshallah. So let's go now deeper into it in a Serato. stuffing, Idina? Yes guide us. It's not a Dini, what's that? guide me, teaching us the believer was making dark for other believers, his brethren, her Brethren, not selfish. At dinner, correct? Nice. us.

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Yes, we so guide us, you know, saying guide me, teaching you the believers, not selfish. You're making that for your brethren. You're concerned about them. What's happening in Syria now is not a Syrian issue. It's an Islamic issue. And the people who call to you know, human rights, and, you know, calling against oppression and humanity and all that stuff, they tried it in a cloak this issue with, you know, human rights and issues of humanitarian aid. No, it's not Islamic. It's an Islamic issue. It's an issue of our Eman. What's happening in Palestine isn't a Palestinian issue. No, it's an issue that concerns all the believers.

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Nam and that's why Rasulullah was taken to a mustard officer before he went up to the heavens on the night journey to teach us that just as Mecca and Medina are part and parcel of our feeder and mustard officer in the Holy Land in Palestine is also part and parcel of our feeder just as you can't separate the cabinet from Islam you can't separate admissions officer from Islam so what's happening in Philistine is an issue that concerns all the believers no matter what race or nationality you lose, you're a believer you concern the vet for listening

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Well, there's many ways inshallah that's another lecture there's many ways we can you can you can help with yourself you can help with with da you know, we shouldn't underestimate that. You know, they're dropping bombs we can drop doors from above one young girl from Gaza she said the bombs may be above our heads, but Allah is above the bombs. So dry is powerful. And also giving financially even financial there's many things you can do sponsoring orphans from Syria from Palestine is what we can do. Let's leave it for another day inshallah due to time so it teaches guide us we're making the offer whether or not selfish one oh man I can also tie for how because I have four ear canal

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Buddha known indicates us together, so worship a lot together indicating unity.

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In our Sirat now it's a Surat it's not an ala Surat true. In a Surat it's not a dinner, Ella Surat, what does Illa mean in Arabic?

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So, I'm going Illa al Masjid, I'm going to the masjid. Isla means to

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yes, sometimes it's slang of sailor, right?

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Sure, well, I didn't want to ride it because sort of it, I think it's easy to find. It's in the opening sort of the crowd. So if you want to copy that later on, just due to time, I just feel running out of time because a lot of to cover, you want to just do that. I was going to write it on the board for you. But I thought to the fact that you can find it and copy it out yourself. Yeah, I think we'll leave it at that. Otherwise, in the if it's something that's not part of the Fed, already in Arabic for you, like this. So ILA now when you're in English, when you're saying I want to go somewhere or guide us to somewhere, use the word to you say guide me to the mosque, guide me

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to Liverpool, guide me to the suburb, it is a guide me suburb. So it doesn't make sense guide me school like me to the school true in English that's used and in Arabic, you can say, guide me good Lenny, Allah O Allah, you can say that, but this was removed. Why? Because if it was placed, it means Allah guide us to the path that is it. The fact that it's removed, it means Guide us to the straight path and on the straight path continuous. The fact that two was removed, doesn't mean just guide us to we don't just want to be guided to the past show us the path. We need guidance on the past continuously

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So the fact that two was removed in Arabic, what that does is you feed the nucky law. Specifically, we said things that are general cover other aspects as well. They're more broad in scope. Whereas when you're specific, you're restricting it. When you're specifically restricting it saying this, I want this.

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But when it's general, it's broader in scope.

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So, imagine you had a GPS you didn't know how to get to Mia Liverpool. The GPS just takes you to Liverpool, just to suburbia. Go find that on your own petard loop was a big suburb. How you gonna find it? There's no point just showing me to I need also on the path you need to go to IDC and obon it just takes you to the suburb Albany you go to drop you in urban somewhere, go find me. So that's difficult. So we're asking a lot to guide us to the straight path but also on the straight path. So it's continuous and that's the beauty of Mr. Clean being added. Mr. Mr. Farmer with this diploma, sorry, I'm

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sure written down. I can't relate to like you want it in English.

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In English, like you said, it's been removed removed.

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It's not even included in the I also written down because there's another way there's another way you can say in Arabic, you can say Idina illustrata Mr. Team

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Ella, but there's no Illa de

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the show you the perfection in the ayah the fact that there's no ILA there it means to guide to and on. But if Ella was there, a dinner Ella will remain our lock virus to the past

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it's the fact that it's just a dinner Sirat. It is connected. So at dinner slot is connected. Why? Because Ella, means to and you're specifying something, right? You're more specific.

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When you're specific, you've restricted true.

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So if you say I want $5 you specific, it's our money, it's general. So you can get more than that. So when you say to your specifying, I just want this, but when it's removed, it's more general. So you're saying Oh, like give me this and more. And that's why Mr. theme is added because it's still karma is steadfastness is the karma that continuous. So, it goes hand in hand with Eli being removed, we said Ella, being removed in the case guide us to and on continuously. So I must have a means continuous also, so as to reaffirm, reaffirm sorry. So, Mr. Team, you could say straight but it came from Mr. Karma, which means steadfastness. So asking Allah to keep us steadfast basically.

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So you could say goddess to

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and on, that's what we're going to add goddess to and on the straight path continuously.

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That's the beauty of Eli not being mentioned. So that's those are the things we're adding right? guide us to end on a straight path continuously.

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Let's go further deeper into this ayah is there a Serato Stephane Sirat is translated as what what's the Silla goddess to the straight path. So searight is translated as path.

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Now, interestingly enough, there are other words to describe a path or a road or a street in Arabic. They say road or street body. Excellent.

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is a road

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came from Tanaka.

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to knock to knock.

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To not write a thought because they're NACA, because when you're walking on the road, especially if you're wearing high heels you are knocking sound through and knocks on hits something hits the road. That's what's called Tarik. There are other words for that for the road. We said.

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The Shadow also

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Yes, good.

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Shout out would be probably a straight, sometimes used for road. There's also my mom.

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My mom

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is a channel

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and this we'll probably know that one subnet is a path

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So I'm writing these other words in going to show you the difference between them in Arabic

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what was this purchase from very nice Mashallah does that kill off downstairs?

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Mashallah, do you have your own business?

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You should

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Casa de Sevilla in the path of Allah in the way of Allah sure

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that when you say fee sebelah usually how is it which context is it used in?

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Yeah, but which context were acts of worship?

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It can be but

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yeah charity or sometimes jihad. So a lot of the time the Quran and the Sunnah we're talking about a lot of fees we learn right? Generally speaking the Quran and Sunnah feasts Villa most of the times used in the context of jihad and sada.

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It's not using usually in the context of Ramadan or Hajj and or acts of worship, so it's restricted. It's restricted. And I'm using that as an introduction to these words we said toric, Shara Memorial Sabine, the thing they have in common

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is that they are restricted they're more narrower.

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A road in a street, can you fit every car of Sydney on them? No, it's limited. It's restricted. It's narrower, you can't fit all cars effectively rebel fit 10 I thought well, maybe even five side by side. On some roads. You can't fit everything. We're a slot is

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wider, more encompassing.

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It needs to be more encompassing. Why? Because it needs to cater for the needs of all the Muslims, whether old, young, male, female, strong, weak, rich, poor title as the cover for all of them. It's more encompassing, it's wider and that's the beauty of Surat being used and other words used for pathway

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perfection once again.

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You may say why why is that the case because the word Sirat is on the same pattern as

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when a word has the same structure as

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the first letter is a kassala see kosaka slow Sirat

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Castro Castro the next word has a fatter next letter sorry has a fat tap.

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Sirat the next letter in sirata, z Fatah. next letter, NCR Fatah. And then there's an Elif after that there's an elephant true isn't the same structure.

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So when I work on the same structure as

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it actually means something which is encompassing, I'll give you an example.

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It's just a word in Arabic. Their patterns the way in Arabic is it will just use the fat iron and lamb to give you particular patterns. It doesn't really mean anything, but it's just if a word is on this pattern, like file or file and remember we said farla and microman. For word rhymes with violin it means urgency and excessiveness, like johanne an auction? So doorbell, what it means doesn't have a meaning. But when words in Arabic have the same structure like that, and there was a start with a casserole, then it has a Fatah than an Elif and has one more letter after that. That is it stops there. The letter after that.

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When it's on that same structure, what does it indicate? Who said something

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encompassing something that surrounds something it's encompassing? So remember that. I'll give you some examples to make this clearer.

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So you can write words that are on the same structure as VR. I

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mean, they're encompassing.

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Yeah, there's different Yeah, there's different structures. Exactly. Yeah. So this file and this file, and this file, and file. So when words there are different structures, and we're going to have a lesson on this in universal principles, we will look at different structures. If a word is on the same pattern as file. What does it mean, if a word is on the same panas file and what does it mean? Remember last week, we said Falange, it indicates two things. urgency, excessiveness. So what's a word that rhymes with file and die ban?

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Excessive tiredness I'm really too exhausted and urgency I need to sleep right now. What then? excessive anger so hot BAM wouldn't be mild temporary to be furious yeah rage as what bad and it needs to calm down right now urgently otherwise they're gonna roll. So that was last week we said when words run with file and it does those two things. So what name of allah rhymes with file

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indicates excessive mercy, urgent mercy because everything in the heavens and earth is in urgent need of Allah's mercy, otherwise won't exist. law said if it wasn't for his mercy, everything will be destroyed. See, so that's the beauty when you learn the patterns in Arabic a word that rhymes with a pattern, you just apply the same hokum the same ruling on it. So let me give you examples of words that are on the same structure as fion.

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Now if this is getting a bit deep and confusing, well, that's what you signed up for. No one said it's gonna be easy. And that's my job to just try and explain it to them. Ask a lot that becomes easy for you. Sometimes it's very hard to get these concepts across in English. So

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there you go.

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How to feel savvy.

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No problem. So

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a word that Ron just filed what's the belt called? Let's say he shot

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Sieracki first letter is a Castro Castro and the second letter has

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photog for time ism, then the Elif. And then the last letter ends. His M is a belt. And what does the belt do? It encompasses the body it's wide the covers true it covers that big belly that a person might have especially like myself when I when I got married. The marriage came so I needed the belt that has to keep it in Ramadan put it back into place, but you get the ID a belt encompasses a person a belt encompasses also what's the shoe called?

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Yeah, hey, that hey, that Yeah, I'm the genesis of bot slang. Hey there again. So this Hey Sam.

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Hey that the sukkah is on the same structure. first letter as a Castro is Hi Sam sound like that the show does next letter. Fatah. Fatah Elif Elif last letter ends last letter

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E that is used to describe a shoe or shoes. So where are my shoes?

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I asked the Arabs asked the Lebanese well that's why I live in a slang has destroyed unfortunately a lot of Arabic along stands. Yeah Lebanese slang.

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When I came back to Sydney, my my

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I lost it all when I went to Egypt, Arabic 11 a slang and I came back and it came back again. So yeah, hanging out with the brothers too much. See the beauty of Sirat being used in other words, because salon is something used because it runs with VR. And any word that is on the same structure as VR is more encompassing. So Syrah is a part of that wide and encompasses many many aspects in other words, it caters for all the Muslims so I've said it is a path if you want to add that caters for all the Muslims needs and all of their deeds

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you know Islam I path only for the scholars.

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Only for the young. No, only for the weak no only for the strong No, that's the beauty of Surat being used. It's a powerful all Muslims and hamdulillah unfortunately many Muslim now trying to make tequila on almost everyone. They're trying to kick him out from this white part but it's a white path for anyone who meets the conditions

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a discussion about that earlier.

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So how are you finding out so far still got you that we went in deep but like I said, it's a language of the Quran. I'm not going to just go translation because otherwise you can just stay at home and read it. Yes.

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Yeah, they did.

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That's what I called it magic out of this world because magic you can't see. True. Magic is something extraordinary. Can't explain. So it's not magic that for the I was more for the ears. I will just

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Basically they feel like that in chanted them. They call the magic What else could they call it?

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there was of course they knew if I know it surely they knew they far more eloquent than me and anyone today so that's in a certain was the theme. Well let's look at the final two as salata Latina and I'm telling him to be alima balling me

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Southern no

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no no because there's a change it should be solved because sirata rock came before the talk. So it should be solved by no subtle is a lie no no

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no that's a scene

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they have to share the same letters. Let's what we'll do, right any questions you have done because we just want to finish and then we'll take them at the end of Sharla so next to a axolotl Latina and um tala him quite moldoveanu in common translation we're asking lagosians straight path which path we're going specific now The path of those

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What is it you blessed and amta

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and not the path

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of those what's a common translation

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the first before that

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earn your anger our love

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or wrath another word

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oh no those who are stray

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maybe even lost as well as a better translation that's a common translation very rough translation of those is salata Latina and I'm Tallinn was about to guide us to the path of those who are love lists, and not the path of those who earned the you know, a loss anger or know those who are Australian lost. As a darling.

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Let's focus in on the word salata Latina, and I'm calling him. an AMA in Arabic, came from Nehemiah, which is an AMA, which is a blessing and karma. So that's where the word blessed. That's a correct translation. But you notice it's past tense. And it's not to nymo

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past tense, and ima is past tense.

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it's not the path of those who are blessing true. It's past tense.

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Why past tense, it gives you

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many benefits.

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The fact that it's past tense

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indicates that there are people who already in the past have succeeded. They've already been blessed. And it gives you a sense that it can be achieved also, not to lose hope. A lot of Muslims say I Paradise is impossible to attain, it's not going to happen and no, Allah saying there are people who have already been blessed, they've already passed the test have already entered into gender. In other words, they've already succeeded. So you can do also because guess what they were humans were humans. If they can do it, you can do it. So it gives you a sense of not to lose hope. So it gives you a sense of motivation.

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Yeah, reassurance.

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So it gives you a sense of reassurance and motivation.

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That people in the past have already been blessed. They've already succeeded. You can do it too.

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That's one thing why past tense not doing IMO in Arabic tuna mo is now to blessing now and the future.

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In other words, don't lose hope.

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Other words agenda can be attained. Don't make it like it's impossible.

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The fact that it's past tense

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refers to the formulations that people have the past in other words, the people who succeeded primarily a seller for Sila helaas, teaching us to follow their weight, follow the people of the past.

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Meaning a seller, the seller or those who came before linguistically seller means to come before

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That's why you say I follow I'm a seller, May Allah forgive that which came before in the past. Whereas Aleph is the opposite.

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polyphor means to come after. That's why sometimes your parents when the angry and how love took

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literally to come after because high left is to come after that's where the words by leafa came.

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From Haifa halifa has the same letters, because the halifa comes after they succeed one another. So Salah Fermi's to come before. So Allah is teaching us follow the people who came before you, meaning the Sahaba. The first three generations, they were the best, they were the best follow their way, and not necessarily the way of the people in the future because they can come with mistakes and errors and innovations.

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So there's many reasons there was a third one I can't seem to recall now why why past tense? Oh, yes, I remember now. Yes.

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You could say that I sent it. What I was thinking of what I was going to add was the scholar said, it gives you a sense of urgency. How?

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Imagine if there was a graduation ceremony? Yeah. Imagine there was a graduation ceremony. You went there, you arrived, and the ceremony had ended. People have already graduated, they left you missed out. It gives you a sense of urgency, how can I get it? How can I graduate? How can I succeed? That was telling you this people have already been blessed, don't miss out on graduating Also, don't miss out on succeeding just as they succeeded. One of the sellers said, the greatest form of loss is that Jen, its width is like the width of the heavens and the earth and there's not a place in it for you.

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Imagine that. Gemini, so massive, its width is like the width of the heavens and the earth. And there's not even a place in it for you just just a place where just your two feet can stand. That's the ultimate form of loss. It's so massive, there's not even a place for one human being. And in other words, if you don't get gender, you How are the biggest losers? gender is so easy to attain in the sense of just take your Shahada in that sense. Of course, there's more to Islam than that. But a person who has just an Adam's white of a man will eventually be taken to gender eventually. So it gives you a sense of urgency. These people have already been blessed past tense. In other words,

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don't miss out. Don't miss out on, as we said, the graduation so to speak. So that's the beauty in past tense. Now sirata Latina and I'm

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and I'm

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this is where you're actually talking to ally asking about our law, the path you blessed, the path of those whom You have blessed. True, and

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is called de al Maha club, the task of addressing

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what does enter mean, you say that, that on the end, you're addressing someone and an entity. So it can be used for male and female. It's called the Tao of addressing that and mahatama it's called Latina hotbin kotoba to address to give a sermon. So to the task of addressing so you say occulta you ate a kelty you ate Give me another

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and if a jealous, the jealous t para

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para de so the time you took it something you did this, you did this, you can use the term of addressing someone. So Oh, it's a and done entity. So it's interesting Allah. Now the next part, well, I mentioned this because if you look at salata, Lydian and I'm telling you why in Moscow ballet is not how deep

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it's not you are angry with them. That's what we read in the translation. They've earned your anger, our love, but it's not how deep down. Others have been. Yes, you're you're angry with them. It's mcdu. Firstly, it's a name because it takes elderflower miracle, to identify name, text, and mosquito. And also the fact that it's a name in the case something is a constant nature. And also the fact that it's not only of the fact that last names are mentioned, we said it's natural. When it was natural, it's not specified. What does it indicate?

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It indicates comprehensiveness General, General, like we said, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar min Mather, you don't sound like wait a minute, dunya was greater than the dunya.

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Reza was greater than the average Allahu Akbar, Allah is greater meaning greater them everything, to the fact that it's not mentioned who's angry with him, it indicates everyone and everything is angry with him. So the fact is not you are angry, it means that Allah is angry with him. The angels are angry with him. The prophets are angry with them, the creation angry with them, and the people and mankind angry with them. It's part of life, it's far more comprehensive. The fact that it's not specified. So yes, you have blessed them by in terms of who's angry with him. It's much too early. They have just anger upon them anger and wrath upon them that basically so it's not they've earned

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your anger. They have earned crossout your level of anger and rough. They were the definition of anger and wrath. If you look that up in the dictionary, earning anger and wrath, there'll be multiple below him.

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So it indicates everyone

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Everything is angry with him. I've earned the anger you can add of everyone and everything.

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Now it's also interesting.

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We said and I'm tired of talking to Allah. Why? Because he's the one who

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blesses and gives blessing. He's one that guides whereas when a person is misguided, it's not just from Allah but it starts with themselves. They're the ones who are the cause of earning this anger. You see, it is a your anger. Allah is the one who is at fault here. The villa stuck for a lot. Yes, no doubt Allah misguides. But he misguides after the person themselves become misguided, they want misguidance and corruption is the proof. So that

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sort of stuff allows you to sit for them as well as their whole lives, hello, kuruva home. When they became corrupted, then Allah misguided and corrupted their hearts further, so they wanted it first. So that's the beauty of it's not Allah is the one here who initiated to the misquote. They wanted misguidance first, then Allah misguided them further. Panama, Panama G.

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That's another point you can add.

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Sort of the Lydian, and I'm telling you not to be la Mola. boilin ball also is a name of the word constant nature, these people have lost the plot. These people are lost, they've earned the name of loss, they have gone astray, not temporarily. They are restrained. So when you read they are, yes, that's who they are. They've earned that name. Not they go astray. Occasionally. No the verb was in use, but rather the name we said the names indicate something which is permanent. These people are lost. They are a string. Now you read in books of Tafseer an example of Moldavia lemahieu. Jews, the Jews, that's an example they're not the only people they're an example. And don't the Jews even till

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today have the anger of almost everyone everything you find even

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if I pick it almost the whole world hates them. Even Christians, and in fact, even Jews themselves internal fighting them or do bnmc how the perfect This is exactly who they are. And those who are lost an example of them are Christian Christians, but they're not as bad. So why was my ob Allah in place before Berlin? This is now our next subheading. Why was Mahabharata him? Those who've earned the anger of everyone everything placed before those who are lost. Why?

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True. So those who are have earned the anger and wrath, the worse, so that we could the fact that there was a loss and watch out for this first true, when you want to warn your kids of some danger, you don't want them of the dangers that are pity, you immediately warn them of the dangers that are the great ones. Yeah, that are great, that are colossal, that are huge. That's first that's more of a priority. So Allah is giving us priority here. They're worse, but also in historical in a historical context. Who came first Jews or Christians, Jews, Jews. So there were first. So historically, Jews came first, then the Christians who were lost. So that's why the Jews were

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mentioned in this ayah first, then the Christians. So precision, once again, law, whatever, no matter how you look at it, you can never get a better word of structure in the quarter, as soon as it as a classic example of that. So that's in a nutshell. So the video let's now end with linking the beginning and the end, this is one of my favorite parts, just the way it all ties in together. A summary is just amazing. Sometimes when people watch a movie or read a book, and just the big the end connects to the beginning and a whole ties in like wow, this blown away. What do you say to her?

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And I'm telling you, Frank, you're talking to a lot Mohatta. So you're talking to a lot so specific, that you have less than so we know blessings come from Allah only, but the wrath and so forth. They come from many reasons, many causes from Allah but also from themselves. You see, that's why it wasn't addressed to Allah as a region.

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That same thing. Oh, yeah. That it's also not, it's not addressing Allah. Same ruling applies that they have become lost because of many reasons, themselves first and foremost, and then alarm made them go straight for further. Alright, let's finish the suta and title in the end.

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Now, if you're going to write your notes down, you can split this surah in many ways. I'm going to show you how it can be split into three. And then we'll look at how it can be split into two halves. Let's focus on three paths. So the Fatiha can be split into three paths. This is one way.

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Yes. So now we're up to we've taken at five to seven. Now let's link the whole solar from beginning to end.

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Now you'll find this is quite interesting, actually.

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Yes, why not?

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Why not?

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And on the side here, you can put Oh yeah. So if you want to title this part, it's linking the beginning to the end. And on the side here,

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I a number.

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So three columns, and then a number on the side

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for just the letter A, if you don't have much room just for your benefit.

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Yeah, we're only focusing on fifth. Now, how are we going to link and fetch them from beginning to end? So so the fetcher can be split into many ways. Among them, you can split into three parts. The first part is is 123.

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And that's talking about as we said, knowledge of Allah.

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Part Two,

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is at four, and five.

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Just talking about worship of Allah Yacon. Abba Do what you can Stein,

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and then it

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is a form of worship.

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And then Part Three is I add five to seven.

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It talks about three groups.

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Yeah, Part Three goes on to mention three groups of people. group one, are those who are blessed.

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group two, those who have earned anger.

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group three, those who

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have lost.

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Sorry, Part three is six and seven. Sorry, forgive me.

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Thanks for picking that up.

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So yeah, 123 Hamdulillah, hello, blah, blah, blah, Fernando, Jaime, Maliki Medina is all about knowledge of Allah. Then Part Four, part two, which is at four or five is about worship of Allah. And then part three, basically talking about three different groups. So how does it all link together? Those who have part one and two, knowledge of Allah worship of Allah became blessed. Those who only had knowledge of a law, but no worship, became those who earned the anger of everyone everything. First, they failed, and those who had no knowledge, but they had worship,

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they were also among the failures, and they became lost. So those who implemented parts one, and two of the sutra become blessed. And those who failed to implement parts one and two.

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So upon, so it summarizes the whole sort of for you. It includes the whole sort of from beginning to end law.

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So the three groups in the end, number one, those who are blessed, why are they blessed? Because they implemented parts one and two of the soul. And the other two groups among them those who aren't everyone's and everything's anger and became lost. Why did they fail because they didn't implement one into the Jews are an example of that they had knowledge. But they didn't implement that knowledge. They knew it also lowers a profit, yada, yada, yada funa Abner whom Allah said they recognize those who are just as they recognize their own child, their own children. You know, when you see your own children, you recognize them? Who you, you recognize your children. They knew your

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solo, like they knew their own children, but they felt implemented, do they pride, arrogance, etc. The Christians had no knowledge, but they have a lot of worship that went astray. So the last part of the sorta most eloquently talks about those who succeeded because they implemented parts one and two, and those who failed because they didn't do that.

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Yeah, hypocrites come under. Yeah, those who failed also. So that's one way you can split the sorta, is another way. This is based on evidence times commentary in alpha Wade.

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Yeah, this is a second way you can and I'll use a different color pen for you.

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Yeah, this is now what I'm going to mention now is by no claim, even if I am certified, the heart can be split into three parts. Also. It said the first part talks about mercy. The first part is about mercy. Especially because it has a roadmap of a minute and that's also at 123

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Same thing.

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He said the middle, the middle is guidance.

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That's I had four or five also. And the end talks about blessings.

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So, the middle

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so, part one of unfair to her, is about mercy part two of unfair to her his guidance and he said the end of unfettered his blessings and then he said

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that your share of blessings is dependent upon your guidance, the more guidance you have the more blessings and he said your share of guidance is dependent upon the amount of mercy that you get from Allah.

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So he said the whole surah is split into three, the beginning is mercy, the middle is guidance and the end of his blessings.

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He said, how much blessing you get depends on how much guidance you get, and how much guidance you get depends on how much mercy you get. So where's the where does it all depend on mercy? It all comes back to Allah's mercy. That's what I solicit what and this is how the surah connects to the Hadith. He said none of you will enter gender via deeds. You enter gender except if Allah has mercy on you.

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As a part of the sort of start, the crown of every soldier is Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim names that deal with Mercy Mercy Mercy Suppan and law. So if you had to summarize sort of Fatiha, you could say, those three ways and all comes back to the mercy. If Allah has mercy on you, guess what, you'll get guidance.

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And if your guidance, you will get done now you'll be blessed.

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Sure, sure. Rasulullah said, none of you will enter Jannah via your deeds. So I think because I prayed to God, of what gender in my pocket in the bag, guaranteed, you won't enter through your dates.

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That's what the prophet said. He said you only enter Jannah via the mercy of Allah outcome a call

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unless Allah envelops you

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in his mercy, and that's why the Sahaba they will amaze why they said even you your assembler, he said yes, even me, not going to intergender why my deeds? If you were just to look at the blessing of the eyesight, how can we pay a larger back just for that? We said the heartbeat, how are we going to repay a large region in our worship just for that, we said, over 30 million beats a year, we're going to keep up. So imagine all these verses put together, you can't keep up so you're not going to intergender Why you didn't think, of course, the more if I do Ramadan, and I'm going to intergender it's because of your deeds, you I you earn Allah's mercy. Because of you. They do analyze Mercy by

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somebody that gets you into debt. That was mercy. So that was we said, those are two ways you can split the soda into three parts. This is the final way you can split the soul into three parts, although there's many more were due to time we're going to, we're going to just take this one, if you look at yet 123

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that's part one. Let's talk about as we said a lot.

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True is 123 is only talking about a lot. What if we're talking about worship,

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economic Judo, yes, you will learn we worship. And then there's one ear can Stein the word breaks it up

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the words like in the middle, it breaks up, middle, breaks up if

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and he can sustain means you will only ask for help and guidance.

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And I add five to seven other arrests.

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Goddess to the straight path.

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So this is another way you can split the solar, you can literally split it. So you have three in the beginning, three on the end, one in the middle, say three in the beginning, three and on the end, one in the middle. So what in the middle can also be split into two. break it into two. That's what we've done there.

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So really a afore you could say this is part one of a four. And this is part two of a four.

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Yeah. So this is now we're going in deep learning to to focus. So we split the whole sort of

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into three. The middle is is one and a split into two.

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And this is where it links up perfectly. Yeah. canabidol Do what you can to stay in. That's the I we're going to be focusing on here. I have four we said Part one is the ACA nabooda. Who do we worship Allah so the first part of a four link

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To part one of the surah is 123. And we're asking a lot in the y's breaking it up a can. Stein was asking a lot for his help and guidance to keep us on the straight path. So part two, connects part three.

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So it's three parts, and the middle parts upon a law just breaks it up for you. And no one is right in the middle. That's like the center of Panama. Amazing.

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How do you do that in speech? Well, Sula spoke the Quran. He didn't write it down. And planets are on our way to this area, he put it he spoke the current code.

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It's called code and from corruptor. To cited. That's, that's impossible to do in speech. There's a saying several lines and you split exactly in the middle. And the first part goes in the middle part of the first part, and the second part goes in the middle of the second part of the middle part. How do you do that in speech, it shows you the Quran is divine. Well, so that we're in the economic what breaks up those two parts? So

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yeah, exactly. So the first part is talking about who we worship expert at helping us to keep us on the straight path. It's Pamela.

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Amazing. It gets better than this.

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We can split it into two parts, as we said, based on the Hadith, where the Prophet Allah said, for some to salam, benei aubaine abdeen strain, I split the Salam meaning and Fatiha here, between my slave and i into two parts. If you look at unfair to her, you can also split into two parts. The first half from a one to four is all about the Creator

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is five to seven is all about creation.

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Again, I add one to four is about the creator and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen ur Rahman Rahim, Malik your middle ear canal with awakeness Stein worshipping and asking Allah the Creator. So I add 124 is about the Creator.

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And I add five to seven is about creation power. So that's another way you can split it into two parts based on the Hadith. Allah said I split the Fatiha between my slave and I to two. So in meaning, the meanings of 8124 are about Allah, the creator, who worship Him, we asked him for a draw at 47 is talking about the groups as we said, and asking us guide us to be us, Guide us to the straight path. And guess what? It gets better? There's another way you can split it. And this is the last one. And this is like the icing on the cake. icing on the cake.

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Yes, so that's how Allah split the surah into two in meaning. Guess what? The surah can be split into two in the number of letters numerically. The first half of Al Fatiha

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one to four are exactly 63 letters, and I add five to seven exactly 63. That is

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do account.

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Now check it out, counted every letter that you see counted. Exactly. So it's not the split in meaning that's that's actually split into two via the meaning.

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So Alo when he said I split the solid fat you have between my slave and enter to it split into two via the meaning Yes, but also precisely into 263 63 Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar what I saw her perfection counted take out and count a at one two for every single letter you see, whether it's the mini lF or the whatever the longer lF count the letters that you see because the way that is Rossmann must have is based on the Quran. So what you see is exactly how the Fatiha is based on the parent.

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Unit 63. How do you do that in speech again, how do you do that? How do you say seven lines and you split the middle? Not just in meeting that's hard enough, but just splitting it exactly. 63 letters, say seven lines, it gave me 63 letters for the first half of your speech 63 letters for the second half of his feet. That shows you the Quran is no doubt and it has to make sense on top of that and it's meaningful and a summarizes the Quran. This is what you're dealing with. When you're talking about data. They see what's the greatest sorrow. They see why now ask allows a result to open our hearts to the open of the book, when you recite fattier don't just recite it. You just want to get

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it over and done with recite and understand with meaning and try to comprehend these things. And that's what we're trying to achieve with this course language of the Quran. Now, I hope that every soldier we take is just as awesome as referred to her, but in fact it is the greatest surah and just to show you and highlight how great the soldier is, the probiotics have told us that I pray is not considered valid unless it has occurred to her. You know what that means? That if you were to recite Al Baqarah, the longest surah in the Quran instead of an Fatiha Guess what? It doesn't, it doesn't surprise you. It's not valid. You can recite the longest surah of the Quran. It doesn't take the

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place of

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Better. In fact you can recite the whole Quran. From a Baccarat onwards it doesn't take the place of a title Newsela you know if a person was to recite 113 chapters instead of a Fatiha they press two novellas. In other words that Fatiha takes the place of the whole

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that's why it's called a gaff via another name is called the calf ear. Yak field is Yak female. suffices enough is suffice as you

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Yes, that's why Yes, you have to start with a vet and you have to include it in your solar. Otherwise the slides not accepted as based on the Hadith, la sala de Lima, Lima, Lima and Lamia crop, The Omen qutab Makita. There is no solar for the one who doesn't read the the opening of the book. ask Allah azzawajal to open our hearts to the open of the book and to grant us a deeper understanding of his amazing words me. So panic alone will become dignified one

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to one again.