Tafsir Intensive – Surat Al Fathihah #2

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Tafsir of Al-Isthiaadhah

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa Sallim wa ala Ashraf, Colombia he will mousseline now begin our Habibi, now a karate ioannina Mohammed Ebony Abdullah en la que le he was heavy of pollution it will attend with asleep on my back.

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We begin by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala

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the Lord of all was the exalted we asked him to send his choicest of blessings and salutations upon the final messenger, our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam his family members, his companions and all those who tread upon his path with utmost sincerity until the day of karma,

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many brothers and sisters, I welcome you all to the tafsir intensive series, and currently we are dealing with Sora tel Fatiha So in the previous class, that was

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Episode One of the fear of sort of infatti her class one of the sort of sort of infatti had, we discussed some introductory points in regards to this powerful surah

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also known as the greatest surah in the Noble Quran as per the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So from those introductory points, we discussed that sortcl Fatiha is a McKee chapter. Now, I know I did say that in the previous class, I'll not be repeating myself in this regard, and I hope you recall this categorization Mikey and Melanie and the opinions in regards to these two categorizations put forth by the scholars. So if you missed that episode, I'll have it linked above and you can inshallah recap on tafsir on episode one of the dev zero so to refer to that. So we discussed the sootel Fatiha is a Mikey chapter. In other words, this surah was revealed

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public Hydra before the Hydra before the migration of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This surah consists of seven I at seven ayat including

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is it 100 layerable Allah mean the first IO or Bismillah including Best mela seven ayat including the best mela

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and there were opinions there too and we discussed them in the previous session and I would urge you to check out that episode if you have already not gone through it. We also discussed that this surah is the greatest surah in the Noble Quran. Hadith is in the book of Imam Al Bukhari Rahim Allah, where a companion of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam He states that I was praying in the masjid. I was praying in the message when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he called out to me, but I did not respond. And then later on, he says, I said later on messenger of Allah I was praying the prophets lie Selim then looks at the companion and says, did not Allah

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subhanho wa Taala say in the noble cause and respond to Allah and the messenger when he calls you? So this was something that the province that is known was teaching this companion, and then the prophets Allah Allah Islam goes on to say I will teach you the greatest chapter in the Noble Quran before you leave the masjid. The Rasul Allah Islam took me by my hand and when he intended to leave, I said to him, You are Sol Allah, and the narration goes along the lines of these words, I'm paraphrasing, did you not tell me that you would teach me the greatest chapter in the Noble Quran? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam then goes on to say Alhamdulillah he or Bella

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Allah mean All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the worlds. The seven often repeated verses several Matheny. This is a name suited upon SoTL Fatiha in the previous class we discussed the names in other words, the other names that are in place for this great chapter, and from the names that are in place that have been reported to us through the teachings of the Prophet Elias and then we have sublime attorney. So the seven often repeated verses because aren't these verses, these ayat often repeated.

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We on a daily basis basis we reread total Fatiha a number of times so these ayat are often repeated and this is why it is of paramount importance that we study about this chapter, the surah we discuss its ayat in detail, so as to avoid merely paying lip service to the chapter. When you read it in your prayers. It should not be just merely done in a robotic and mechanical way but instead as Allah as omega says in the Quran, Allah

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Allah Quran con Do they not fund or do they not make the dev board over the horizon? So it is of utmost importance that we make to the board and to make the board you have to understand the is us

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need to know what your maker is saying in these powerful ayat in this powerful chapter.

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So the prophets Allah is no teaches the companion. So the greatest chapter of the Noble Quran Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen scibelli muthoni. All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the words, the seven often repeated verses, and the great presentation given to me. So the prophets lie Selim tells this companion, he teaches this companion, the total Fatiha is the latest chapter in the noble Koran.

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And we also discussed that circle Fatiha is a an integral it is an integral of the prayer.

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In other words, if certain Fatiha is compromised,

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it intense compromises your prayer. So again, it's very important that you study sootel Fatiha and study how to read properly is one way to make a mistake that would lead to the distortion of the meaning. Many of the ayat in social Fatiha. Okay, that would lead to you losing out on your prayer? May Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us protect our prayers and accept them from us. I mean,

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you see, when attempting to do something important.

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And at times in our lives, it doesn't necessarily have to be even that important.

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But let's start off with the hypothetical of something important. Let's say you're setting up a an expensive piece of machinery.

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Would you now go to that piece of machinery and say, You know what, I think this is the button that I need to press. I think this is where I need to go and plug it into, you know, like, let's say it's it's supposed to be on a certain voltage or whatever it is, and you go and plug it in somewhere, I think you know what, at the end of the day, it needs electricity. So who cares what kind of electricity, I'm just gonna go plug it somewhere, you know what, I'm just gonna take the wires and just shove them into, like, the main fuse box or something like that. What do you think would happen?

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And would you risk that expensive piece of machinery as such, and why I said that this even permeates into the mundane things in our lives, take a mobile phone, take a computer of yours, would you without knowledge, a lot of us don't read the manuals that come with these devices. At the end of the day, all that paperwork is just chucked aside that that's, that's a given. And that's understood. But then again, let's say you do not have any knowledge about let's say there's this new device, but it's not like a as it's not a white piece of equipment or white piece of machinery, despite mobile phones. Now holding that status in a in a lot of our lives as a panelized like an

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extension of our bodies, and we can't do without it.

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We seek Allah's help in this regard. Nonetheless, let's say if it's an expensive piece of equipment, or for that matter, something valuable at the end of the day, you would want to further your knowledge before operating it

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let's say it's an expensive camera and you've spent hundreds and 1000s of dollars on it, you're not just going to go plug it in somewhere and end up with with you know, something short circuiting and you know, something, you know, just blowing up inside the machine or, you know, you would take time to perhaps watch a YouTube tutorial if you're not into reading manuals, or there are those of us who are you know, obsessed with going through the manuals and and reading every little thing in it even the fine print, you know, 100 a line, you know, you would go through all of that. And my conclusion is that with these worldly things, we take so much of care to ensure that we do it the right way. So

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what about Salah, the divine link with Allah subhanho wa Taala this this

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link that Allah has blessed you with. And think about it from another angle, many brothers and sisters, let's say you're going to meet somebody important.

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You know, these days, in certain parts of the world, if you are to meet very important people.

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There is this protocol that you need to follow. If you decide you know what, I can't be bothered following this protocol, then you don't get the meeting Simple as that. So to get the audience of certain people, or if you are given the audience of certain people and if you are to meet certain very important people in today's context, there are protocols that need to be followed in terms of greeting in terms of sitting in terms of standing in terms of how you address them. You can't just address them, you know, using their names. So had a lot you know, they're going to

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be offended and take offense. And it's just not appropriate. According to them, it's not appropriate in those settings, you have to address them with their titles, you have to greet them accordingly. You can't just walk up and you know shake their hands at times. And what is considered the norm outside is not necessarily concede considered the norm in such settings with such individuals. So, this is something again to bear in mind in comparison to

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you know how we at times go into our prayers Han Allah, May Allah help us understand the true dimensions and the importance of Salah the importance of prayer. I mean, so when you compare these hypotheticals that I just shared with you, in terms of how we deal with worldly possessions,

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machinery and whatnot,

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policy even if you were to try and cook a dish now you need to follow a recipe.

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If you think to yourself, you know what, no, I'm not gonna follow a recipe. I'm just gonna cook it as I will. And Wish I wonder how the dishes are going to turn up.

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Likewise, when it comes to meeting people, like I said, there are protocols to to meet and we adhere to all of this. So it's important to understand my dear brothers and sisters, if you want your Salah to be accepted by the Lord of the worlds if you want your link to be established with Allah subhanho wa Taala if you want your prayers to be answered, if you want you to ask to be answered, You must study how to pray, you must study how to read circle Fatiha so as to avoid ending up saying something blasphemous in the previous class we discussed you know the ear canal Buddha iya can Stein it should be read a certain way and there is this erroneous way that a lot of people tend to read it

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resulting in a very blasphemous meaning again, I urge you if you did if you have not watched the episode Do

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you know look through the channel, click the links and and go through that episode so that you can recap on all these important points in shallow talent. So we also discussed that total fat hat is considered

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a very powerful cure.

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Very powerful form of healing. If you look at the Quran in general one Nunez ilumina Cora Anima Hua Shiva on Allah talks about the Koran as being a Shiva as a healing SoTL Fatiha on top of that is an extremely powerful prescription, powerful prescription.

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There was this incident that took place during the time of the Prophet sallallaahu Selim and that story we discussed in the previous class as to how this surah was used as a prescription. And by the will of Allah by the help of Allah the the patient, who was a victim of a poisonous bite was cured through SoTL Fatiha May Allah subhana wa Jalla grant us the right understanding of this powerful surah I mean,

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apart from that SoTL Fatiha is also considered a light from the heavens.

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There is a narration that has been recorded in the book of Imam Muslim or himolla even others are the one whom he narrates.

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Why did you gibreel was with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam he heard a noun a noise from above jabril lifted his sight to the sky and said this is a door in the heavens being opened and it has never ever been opened before. An angel descended from that dough and came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and says receive the glad tidings of two lights that you have been given which no other prophet before you was given a lot.

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We are indeed privileged and honored to be from the oma to be from the from the nation of the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Wiley, my mother, my father and myself be ransomed and sacrificed for him son Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So no other profit before you was given this, this

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this boon, this blessing these two lights and what are these two lights number one, the opening of the book Al Fatiha, Surah Fatiha and number two, how our team in other words the last Ayat of Surah Baqarah, the last Ayat of Surah Baqarah. And then the narration goes on, you will not read a letter of them except that you will gain its benefit powerful ayat media brothers and sisters.

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And then again touching on the point where it is considered a healing. It is a healing because the earlier incident touches on the fact that it is

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healing for our physical bodies, but you understand it is a healing

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for the body and the heart

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and we believe is know how important the heart is. The prophets that alarm I leave it he was Elam, he says, an hour in the field, just study Moldova.

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Know that in the body, there's a piece of flesh, either silo head, Aloha, just a local law. If that piece of flesh is upright, then the entire body of the individual is upright, it's upright.

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But on the other hand, either facade that facade or just do kulu, if that piece of flesh goes bad, if that piece of flesh is corrupt, then the entire body goes bad, the entire body becomes a rotten, the entire body

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goes bad, becomes evil, may Allah protect us. Now what is this piece of flesh, allow here called know that it is the heart? These are the words of the prophets that along while he even said them?

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Allah subhanho wa Taala he says in the long run, in regards to judgment day, yo, mela, young man,

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on a day when

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we are in your life and family will happen on your wealth is not going to avail you, your wealth is not going to benefit you.

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Your children are not going to benefit you these are things of utmost importance in a worldly perspective, yes or no.

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For an individual, his or her children offered most importance to him or her. And if you ask certain individuals Why, why are you striving so hard? Why are you struggling so hard?

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Why are you doing what you are doing? Their response would be I'm doing this for my children. I'm doing this for my family to secure a good asset to secure a good future for my family for my children.

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Others would say I'm doing it to

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further my career, to enhance my portfolio to increase my bank balance a lot in this ayah

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clarifies, it makes it very clear in terms of how your perspective should be. You don't lie in foul mouthed on your portfolio, your wealth, your assets, they're not going to benefit you on that day. You can't use what's the currency on that day tomorrow, Sally had your good deeds. You can have euros and dollars and pounds and gold and precious metals and properties and lands and mansions and whatnot. None of that is going to benefit you on the day of karma. Well, I don't know your children. Ill lurman adult long happy upon being Sally name. What will benefit you on that day My dear brother, my dear sister called Sally appeal and sound heart. And Allah bless us all with pure and

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sound hearts. I mean, pure and spiritually healthy hearts. I mean,

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a heart may take a heart there are two sicknesses that destroyed the heart. To sicknesses that obliterate this heart, destroy the heart. But are these two sicknesses one Ria in the Arabic language, number two Kibriya in the Arabic language, Ria and Kibriya two sicknesses that destroyed the heart of an individual. So what is Rhea? Rhea,

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loosely to define it, it is to you know, perform good deeds. Okay, but not for the sake of Allah, to do it for show for name and pomp, for example, and an individual is given out charity. And why are we believe we're supposed to give our charity

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for the pleasure of Allah it is far aligned to adhere to the commandments of Allah, yes or no. But this individual, even though it is made out to seem as if he is doing it for the sake of Allah, deep down. And this is why it's a very personal thing. And you and I, we can't

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obviously judge, others will leave the judging to Allah. But nonetheless, this is a reminder for us, it's a personal thing that we need to work on.

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Deep down, he knows that he's not doing it for the sake of Allah. He has has given out millions and is giving out millions, but he's doing it to make it to some list. Forbes or whatever it is, you know, he wants to be known as the most philanthropic individual in Austin. Yeah, or whatever it is. He wants to be known as a very charitable entity.

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vigil in society in the community. He is doing it for ulterior motives, other reasons.

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He's doing it to gain influence. He is doing it to win the public favor. So many ulterior motives that come in and distort

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and can end and contaminate this beautiful deed My dear brothers. So Ria is the term that is used when you do it, for name and fame for others, other than Allah subhanho wa Taala the other sickness that is in places Kibriya and these are two spiritual sicknesses, maladies of the heart

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Kibriya arrogance and pride. What do you think?

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pushed shaitan

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to where he is now. Apart from the sickness Kibriya

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arrogance, pride, where he chose to disobey Allah, He chose to compare himself with our father Adam is that was that he went on to wage war with mankind

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disregarding the commandments of the maker of the law of the words the king Kibriya arrogance.

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And this many brothers and sisters it you know, these two things, these two topics require sessions of their own.

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Because Kibriya creeps in does remember thinking, no, I'm not a proud individual. I don't have arrogance in me. But then it creeps in. It creeps in in a very subtle way. Where times we are proud of our achievements. We look around and be like, Oh, this is all because of my talent. This is all because of my hard work. We don't attribute anything to Allah Subhana Allah Allahu Allah Allahu wa ala Bella. And interestingly, my dear brothers and sisters, certain Fatiha is a cure. What did we say it's a cure for the body and the heart. And now we just mentioned two very problematic diseases and sicknesses that attack the heart of an individual. And circle Fatiha is a cure.

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One I am going to share this idea with you addresses these two very detrimental diseases, but is this ayat II? yakka. Naboo Dawa iya Kana stying. That's the e jakka nabooda e jacana. Stein. So yeah, can you alone, we worship, this addresses area

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where you are clearly determining and you are recalibrating your mind you are recalibrating your heart throughout the day, and just imagine how many recalibrations, you know, there are these

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applications. And for those of you who fly drones,

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I do some drone flying here and to say drones, I mean, you know, for the sake of videography, and you know, photography shouldn't be misunderstood. Yeah.

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So

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you have this process of calibration, where, you know, for example, if you take

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certain certain companies that basically tell you to hold the device and you know, turn around in circles, at times, it looks a little silly, but then again, you have to do it for the compass of the device and other, you know, advanced sensors to calibrate themselves. Likewise, you have certain apps, for example, the prayer apps that are that are on your mobile phones, like take something like I pray, for example, on your iPhone. And when you want to determine the Qibla. At times the app will give you this notification that the device needs to be recalibrated. And they'll ask you to move the device around in an eight like eight figure like motion, you know, like this clockwise and attempts

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anti clockwise to do what? To recalibrate the sensors and to recalibrate the compass so that you know if there are any interferences in place, or those are eliminated, and so that it can do what it's supposed to do.

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So our hearts and our minds constantly being influenced by a number of things. panela hear the voices in your head, you have the influence of the neffs from within. You have the influence of Chapin. So our hearts and our minds need to be constantly re calibrated. And that's what we're doing throughout the day. When we and that's why we keep repeating SoTL Fatiha and that's why it's an integral of the prayer for fougere ureteral Fatiha twice. So out of our four times assar four times Margaret price HR four times. You read it so many times to recalibrate your mind and your heart is Jacqueline Abu you don't receivership. You're eliminating

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Yeah you blacking it out from its roots although what I'm doing my good deeds my prayer in solidarity with Suki wa mahiya Yo mama de lillahi Rabbil alameen indeed my prayer my rituals my life and my death is all for the sake of Allah your charity you as a guy you're some you're fasting your hide your camera, your your reading of stuff or on every single deed is for the sake of Allah. So this recalibration he yakka Naboo.

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And then and then what a year can sustain you alone we seek help this advocis Kibriya

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what is Kibriya we said that Kibriya is arrogance, being proud and pompous of oneself. So when you say you're gonna die, no, I have nothing I need your help you Allah, you alone we seek help from without your help, we are nothing, we are nothing.

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We need your help Allah.

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We need your help even to move a finger.

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Even to move a finger we need the help of Allah, the will of Allah is urgent. So as you can see the two parts in the eye

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address these two, sicknesses Subhan Allah What a powerful surah What a powerful now let's move on to discuss is the either which is the topic for today's class.

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So, now that we are starting with that, see all these introductory points out of the way we have discussed them Alhamdulillah we are now going to begin that that sea of soldier Fatiha so it is important to follow the instructions put forth by our maker in this regard Allah subhanho wa Taala he says under normal for an for either product or Ana First there is Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. So the command that is in place is when you read the Quran you're supposed to seek refuge in Allah

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perform or do is the either which we're going to discuss in detail. So is the other is the term that is used for the phrase out to be let him in a shape on a Raji. So let's start off by reading out the Billahi min ash shaytani r Rajim and seeking refuge sitting seeking protection in Allah subhanho wa Taala from the cursed devil. So repeat after me Our will be led him in a shaytani r rajim.

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Now, the scholars are unanimous in regards to the fact that is the other is the other out to be let him in a ship on a regime is not an ayah from the noble Koran. So you reading out to be let him initiate on a regime before hitting super Fatiha or before reading the Quran. This reading of the ayah is not considered or basically this is the reading of it is not considered

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part and parcel of the normal course on the majority of the scholars in other words, the jumbo that majority of the scholars are of the opinion that it is highly preferable. There's a step Bab it is Mr. hapa it is preferable to read the history either before reading the Quran, before you begin reading the Quran, you read is the either when this is outside of Salah. So, outside of soda, you know I now plan to read the book on you take the car under most have and before you begin reading it is most highly preferable that you read out to be let him initiate on energy

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as for reading it inside of Sala there is a lengthy difference of opinion and Mr. scholars and you have evidence being put forth by all sides. But what is established is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam or in other words what is established that is that there is no evidence to prove to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam read out to be let him initiate or rather perform is the either inside of scholar salah and this is the opinion put forth by the scholars. So l is the either the term L is the either in the Arabic language is the de l is the either if you were to translate it, it is to seek protection. It is to seek refuge. So we are seeking protection in Allah. In other

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words, we are seeking protection from Allah we're seeking refuge in Allah.

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We're seeking protection from Allah.

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That is the term

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is there whether to seek protections we're seeking this protection from Allah subhanho wa Taala. What are we seeking protection from? Or in regards to we're seeking protection in regards to the devil? We're seeking protection in regards to share time?

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Who is

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a very dangerous enemy. Now when you talk about enemies you have two types of enemies you have the apparent enemy

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Okay,

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and then you have this hidden enemy. Now the apparent enemy are those enemies who are against you, who, who are against you, you know from mankind, then you can see them and what is the instructions put forth in regards to such enemies but Allah subhanho wa Taala it the fallibility here as an LSA is the inaugural concert for salat, repel evil, but evil is put forth towards you by someone when someone you know does something to you something bad to you repel that with a deed which is better, don't stoop to their level, don't stoop to their level, if they do, bad unto you, you repel that with goodness, repel repel evil with goodness. This is the teachings of the dean, my dear brothers

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and sisters. And Allah goes on to say by you doing that, and that upon the one whom between you and him is enemity will become as though he was a devoted friend. These are the ayat in another Koran. So if someone does evil under you repel that with goodness, do not stoop to their level. Now Allah protect us. As for the hidden enemy, wish upon.

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Only Allah can protect us from him materials ancestors and that's why we need the protection of Allah. We need the protection of Allah, we seek the protection of Allah

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from the cursed Chopin, without the protection of Allah. There is no way for us to protect ourselves against shatta

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so Allah says in the Noble Quran

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were corrupt be ours obika min hammers atisha upon that we are supposed to and say that I seek refuge

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in call for Robbie I owe the because a lot I seek refuge in You from

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the whisperings of the devil from the whisperings of Chapin and if you look at sort of

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an S will be nas mullikin nas ilahi nas Minh shed Ville was was a harness from the whisperings of the harness we're going to be discussing all of that in detail in a bit inshallah dynam. So, I will do the demo I will do in the statement in this phase out to be let him initiate on a regime I will do is to seek protection. So we're seeking the protection of a law old bill he now a law the term Allah loves volge Allah Allah, Allah.

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I feel that it will be more befitting and more appropriate to discuss this term when we're dealing with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, which will be in either the upcoming session or the one after that. When we are dealing with Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem we will discuss the term a lot. So I will be laggy min ash shaytani r rajim. So

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I am seeking protection. I'm seeking the protection of Allah mina shaytani r rajim. From a shaytani r rajim. So what is so let's talk about the term Sherpa. The term Shere Khan in the Arabic language.

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It stems from the root sharpener chakana which means Barracuda to distance. So Shelton is buried the annual Hill

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he is far away from goodness while buried so buried by Heidi walk Mattila so he is far away from goodness and from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So shodhana

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is someone who is far away banished, exiled away from goodness and away from the mercy of Allah.

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According to Imam savory, who is a leading scholar in the Arabic language and grammar, he states that the term Chopin stems from the shape one. In other words, the shape gives the meaning of performing or doing devilish things and Siobhan is an individual who does devilish things. And there are other scholars who have the opinion that shared on stems from shouta [???]o in the Arabic language, which can be defined as hajah, a Hirakawa Dhaka which means to go up in flames, the one in flames or the one burning. So that is, again it matches the definition of Chopin because Chopin is from the jinn. And that's another point that we have to discuss. shaitaan is from the jinn and we

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know that the composition of the jinn,

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the natural composition of the jinn is that they are made from as Allah says in the Quran in salt Solomon hammer in the stone. They are made from this smokeless flame of fire, they made a fire.

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So Siobhan is even the gin or is he a court

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Quote, a fallen angel, you might have come across the support that you know, even

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angels were once sorry even the devil was an angel, or the fact that the devil was a fallen angel and you might have come across these quotes don't judge others because even the devil was a an angel at one point. Now,

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in regards to this, what we believe is believe in is that no shirt on is not from the angels.

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So you might be wondering share, what is your proof in this regard?

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My proof is the words of my maker. And Serato calf Allah subhanho wa Taala when talking about share time with Cornell in Malacca, distribute the Adam facility to Allah He believes in talking about the story of Adam alayhis salaam, Allah mentions that what is Cornell melodica? And remember when we told the angels who's to do the Adam prostrate and to Adam fussa do they all made sujood illa abilities except for the police. What did he do? He refused. He refused he became arrogant he became proud and Allah says Can I mean a jinn?

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Now that's that's the point that needs to be highlighted Cana, Mina Jin suffers upon Umbria Robbie he was of the jinn just upon was off the gin that's established, there was not from the angels, despite him being I mean, it's the angels, because there is this lengthy story in regards to Chevron and how he made it there. But he was never originally from the edges to be considered an angel Rather, he was from the jinn and he is from the gym. So that's established. Now I'm not going to go into a lot of detail because the next session is going to be the story of Shere Khan in Sharla. The story of Siobhan because it is important that we know our enemy, it is important that we know about

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him that we study about him that we study his straps so as to understand our enemy to understand the strategies of our enemy and protect ourselves from him.

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Now this is important, because he is your understand he is animosity. He's a sworn enemy and he runs in our blood also runs in our blood. Yes, the words are the words of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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There's a hadith that is recorded on the Book of Abraham Allah, the prophet Elias was in a RT calf. And Sophia, been to a viola, one ha, our mother Sophia, who was one of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. She said, she says that she called on him at night and she was having a talk with him. This was when the Prophet was in Africa. So then she says, I got up to depart after talking to the prophets that along while he was lm, and he too, got up to accompany me to my dwelling place to my house, which was then in the house of Osama bin Zayed. And then she says to unsightly men passed by, and when they saw the prophets that along widely, very reasonably hastened away, because of the

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respect that they had for the Prophet, they hastened away. Now

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you need to understand the context. The Prophet is with Sophia are the one who is the wife of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam, and he is accompanying her to her dwelling place, it is dark, and now speak, she says, she says, I called on him at night and you understand that unlike

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nights in our settings, where we have, you know, well lit streets and all of that during their time, it was pretty dark. So it was dark and the Prophet is going with Sophia or the Allah one has with a prophet and a female, right. So to unsavoury men, they saw the Prophet and the hasten the way, the prophet immediately said, Don't hurry. In other words, don't rush. Listen here up, listen to what I have to say. It is sofiya He says, it is Sophia, the daughter of Hawaii. So basically two men This is the referent the hasten the rush. The Prophet says. Hold on for a minute. Hold on, slow down. I need to tell you something. This is Sophia been to Hawaii. This is Sophia with her. Yeah. In other

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words, this is my wife because everybody knew that Sophia benefi is the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So then they immediately say Subhana Allah, and I'm paraphrasing glorified, be Allah Glory be unto Allah Rasool Allah, how dare we suspect you? And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam educates them. He clarifies Shere Khan circulates in the human in the human mind as blood circulates in it yejide pimental Adam, he runs in your blood basically and I was afraid that she upon my cast an evil thought, a negative thought and assumption, suspicion, suspicious thoughts or doubts into your hearts. So to

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eliminate those doubts to eliminate those thoughts to avoid you having a negative assumption about me and to avoid you know, you falling prey to it

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I clarified the situation and wanted to clear the air. So from this hadith we understand look at look at how the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know dealt with

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that situation and we also understand the chicken runs in our blood. May Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us from his craps, I mean

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so,

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so that that is shut down and we're going to go into more detail in the next session we gashapon we're going to discuss like I said, the story of Chapin in Sharla Tana. Now moving on to the last bit of our last minute shaytani r rajim. You have the term regime. So regime basically means Miller own a cursed from Lana Malone The one who is cursed, or Matt Ruth, the one who is chased away, the one who is exiled banished Meena Rahmatullah again from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He's chased and vanished away from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So, in a nutshell, this is our will to be let him initiate on a regime. So that next time when you read out we let him initiate on

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a regime you truly understand what this phrase encapsulates and the amount of protection it offers you against the devil. Now, again, to understand the importance of it many brothers and sisters, we have a hadith many a hadith that talks about the importance of seeking refuge in Allah sitting protecting the production of Allah subhanho wa Taala holed up in hacking but the other one has she reports the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam is reporter of said, Whoever enters a place or a residence and then say is our will to be caddy Mattila hit muddiman, shed Rhema Holic I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah from the evil that he has created, nothing will harm him until he

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leaves that residence. So from this Hadith, we see the importance of seeking refuge in Allah seeking the protection of Allah. And when you do so, you're going to be protected from all these negative and evil forces that are out there because there are many, many evil forces at play. And we as believers, it is important that we obtain the protection of Allah subhanho wa Taala on a regular basis. Because think of it, you know, there are some of us who pride themselves over influential connections, let's say if he has, I don't know, some political leader or maybe the president of a country, the leader of a country leader of a community on his speed dial, okay, and if he's meeting

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him all the time, and he is known to be so and so's

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right hand and you know, with him all the time, this individual feels very, very secure. And the other media sister, you are feeling secure by merely establishing a connection with a mere mortal,

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a mortal who can die the next minute, a mortal who has no power over his own life and death. A mortal who can be stripped of his power, his wealth, his position.

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In the next minute, if Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to do so we have so many stories of rags to riches and riches to rags, that could be a shift of power and then this individual who was somebody becomes a nobody. And yet, we pride ourselves and we feel extremely secure and safe, the minute we have established and be attempts go to great lengths to establish to establish these connections.

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But look at the words of the Prophet, look at the words of your prophet of your messenger when he says you seek protection in a lie and when you when you secure that protection, you have nothing to worry about. Allah who is present

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Allah, Who is the king, the Lord of the worlds if you have secured his protection,

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what more do you need my dear brother, my dear sister or believer seek the protection of your maker.

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So with that, I conclude today's class. So in a nutshell, this is the discussion in regards to our Billahi min ash shaytani regime in the next class. So by the way, our the below him in a shirt on Jimmy is not over yet because a detailed discussion in regards to the term sheet on will be taking place in the next class where we hope to go into

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the story of SharePoint two

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Get this holistic understanding of our enemy with the help of Allah and from there onwards we will move on to the Tafseer of Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim inshallah Allah and then because that is item number one and then we will move on to item number two at hamdulillah europea elemina with the help of Allah, we will go on to complete the tafsir of SoTL Fatiha So does that Camilla who hired off for tuning into this class. I look forward to talking to you all in the next episode soon inshallah. Allah does that. Camilla Hara was Sarah ma Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh