Channel: Musleh Khan
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa Manuela a lot Mary Lim nabee Marian Pharaoh now when Pharaoh now Bhima lm tena was it now, man You're kidding, but I'll be sure he suddenly while you're silly Emily or Henry the Tommy Lee Sony efco who probably from Barrett. Salaam Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu in brothers and sisters welcome brand new series once again this time it is none other than a surah I mean quite frankly a lot of you have been asking for for some time. So I'm very glad and very grateful when we finally arrived to suit at the scene. And as most of you know already we're going to add to the sutra once
we complete the sutra inshallah soda ramen. And so we're going to link this two together as one series insha Allah who Thailand and I'll explain to you why once we start to sort of why we're coupling those two sources together in shallow tarla. Let's get right into this and always as just like how we start every episode or excuse me, every series, we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala give us the strength, give us his Baraka, his guidance, that we start something for his sake, we journey through it for his sake. And we completed for his sake, a lahoma. I mean, so with that being said, so that the scene is a exceptionally beautiful surah as I'm sure many of you know, the first point
that I want to share with you about the sutra is for whatever reason, and scholars, you know, give some wisdom, why they think this is soldati, as seen, is one of the soldiers of the poor, and that has been accepted and is well known throughout the entire oma since the time it was revealed. And no one really knows why. Everywhere you go, especially all of us like when we were kids, we hear a suit as seen imams love to recite, so what is seen in there Salawat and dotato V and so on. And I don't know, it just seems like the average layman Muslim has some connection to sort of se and either they know it, it's one of the first suitors that they learned. As a matter of fact, there are students
that would learn this sort of first before they even learn Jews I'm you know, the last section of the Quran, they would learn this sort of First, a lot placed a level of acceptance with this surah that other sutras although they are accepted, of course, they carry their own bottle cat and their own lessons. But something is definitely different and is special about the surah that makes it stand out from other sources. And some of the elements said it has everything to do with how the sort of begins when we get to that the first a I'll share with you what those things are. So it has everything to do with the unique nature of the starting of the suta. Other LMS said no, it's not
just the starting but it's actually the theme of the sorta this particular sort of has everything to do with everything. Day of Judgment, the core end, Jenna jahannam the prophets and messengers, rewards blessings, bottlecap punishments, you name it, everything to do with the fact
foundations and fundamentals of our Deen are found in disorder. And so when you start off reading this part of the Core M, and you study it, and you learn it, you'll find immediately that you become very well grounded in some of the basic fundamentals of our Deen from Arpita to tell heed to even just some basic filk here and there, but you'll know the importance of who Allah is, what he stands for, what his expectations are out of you and me and his creation, why he created the world, so many different things, aspects that help us become firm and grounded in our Deen. So that leads me to the second point. So they are seen is literally for every Muslim. If you have never studied that sutra,
then you have certainly not grounded yourself. Well, with the deen of Allah like you, you're connected to a lesbian, but you're not grounded? Well, some of the basic fundamentals are simply not there. And so this is one of the reasons this is probably the main reason why inshallah hotelera we want to have a journey through this sorta is that we want to make sure we're all on somewhat the same page with respect to the basic fundamentals of our Deen. The third point here is that there is a lot of narrations about the surah that are simply not true. One of the most famous of them is that suit at the scene is the heart of the quarter. And this is a lot eaf narration it's a weak narration
because the snapshot is incomplete. open any Tafseer as a matter of fact, I have one right here behind me the Tafseer that I use that I depend on, and 99% of my Tafseer that I share with you will come from this you know to see you as Jeremy or camel poron Leah cam and Cora and by Emmanuel put it to be Rahim Allah. So right in his introduction, when I read to you what he says about sumati as seen being the heart of the quarter, and so he says here brings a hadith that the Prophet Ali slept with Salman. Now this hadith is narrated in Timothy and it's narrated on Edison, out of the 11, which was the HUD demo or the servant of the Prophet ru sought was set up in a liquidity Shea in
Colaba. What kobelco Ernie yes seen. He says that the Prophet Alayhi salat wa salam says that every single thing has a heart and the heart of the Quran is yes seed. He mentions now once he quotes this Hadith, he says, Have the Hadith on the hollyburn. This is a hadith that is really strange. It's strange, it's unusual, what he snapped he had on Abu Mohammed in Shea Han mudhole. And in the lineage of this Hadith, there is a man by the name of Houghton, Abu Mohammed, and he was an elderly person who was med school. So he was known to kind of say things that didn't make sense, or just simply were untrue.
And he continues that while I go say hello, howdy to Abby Beckett in middle tivity is snapped at him. And in this particular is Ned you have the name of Abu Bakar or rhodiola. Horan and amendment quote to be says it's impossible for a Hadeeth that has Abu Bakar his name, as well as how rune Abu Mohammed that they both sit in the same lineage. It's impossible for the student because you have one of great status, and one who is completely doubtful. That is not that is not the kind of isnaad you find Abu Bakar, the one who was named in so just the fact that this is how precise and meticulous are LML are just the fact that you see before even reading the headings, you see a name.
And then you see a bucket of the alarm, you're like this doesn't make sense. Because we know the biographies of both of these individuals and they're completely opposite of a bucket of the alohar and would never take any knowledge or narrate from somebody like how to own Abu jihad, how to double Mohammed or who is mature, right. So he concludes and he says, What is NAD bar if and the snad of this the lineage of this is weak it is Latif and once again, this book here at gem your only Academy poor and by Emmanuel Porter, Toby rahima. Hola emammal called to be I don't think it's translated. It's about 25 volumes. But again, this is the Tafseer that I read the most, and this is the Tafseer
that I depend on the most. The one thing that's really unique about this Tafseer is that amendment ought to be rahimullah every time he brings up
Verse are a collection of verses. He goes into several maceo just different fix scenarios or stories or narrations that narrate that are related to those verses is really unique and unique. So he'll he'll quote, like the first two or three verses. And immediately afterwards, they'll say what fee he said back to MSA, and in it, there are seven different scenarios. And he goes through all of these scenarios. And it's just it's just a remarkable, remarkable piece to have. Okay. Let's get right into sort of the scene. Isabella horowhenua Rahim. Yes, scene? Yes, scene. Some of the scholars had said that. Yeah, the letter yet is a powerful need. So it's the letter that's used to call out to
somebody and seen is actually the middle letter of the word in San in San mankind. So the letter that it's in the center is the letter seeing which is here scene. And so they said that the scene in Yes, scene refers to the Prophet Mohammed either his subtle sound because he's the center of mankind. There is no authentic proof for this. Some of the scholars mentioned it just because it's interesting. It's interesting. And it kinda sorta makes sense, because the processor is the center of all of mankind in that regard. But at the end of the day, of course, you know, authentic evidence and proofs is the most important thing. So I throw that out there just so you can appreciate and
understand that, yes, seen at the end of the day, the majority of erla at the end of the day, do not know what the disjointed letters of the poor end represent. However, believe that there is wisdom, there is knowledge behind these disjointed letters. And for whatever reason, have lost a pint of water utterly has concealed that wisdom and knowledge from us. It is fundamentally wrong to say that these disjointed letters represent nothing, Allahu Allah, we just don't know and that's in and leave it at that they have no meaning. Because that would mean that Allah reveals certain things in vain without purpose and meaning. And that's not true. So we know that there is purpose there is wisdom
and meaning behind them. We as human beings just don't know what that is. And Allah knows best well quarter annual Hakeem will pour any Hakeem and the Quran is the wise polar n and hacking full of wisdom. Now this is an oath that is given by the poor end from Allah subhana wa Tada. Here's the thing, guys, this subject of oath, in our shed era is grand and it's very comprehensive. There are several over half a dozen categories of oaths in our Deen. So you have oath that when somebody makes an oath, and they're angry, what does that stand for? What does that mean? Does it count what's the consequences if you don't fulfill the oath? Then you have a second category of people who make an
oath them but they do it carelessly, you know will lie This is a pen will lie he you know, I'm tired, just random, trivial things and just throwing a last name and making an oath by then you have people who want to really emphasize their case, well, law II, I wasn't there. What are you talking about? What does that stand for the rulings on that? here though, in the core n, something happened that has never happened in the history of mankind. You see, back then, in metka, when the suit is being revealed, people used to make oaths but they used to do it in poetry form. And they would also do it to make announcements on about something you know, by or they would swear by an idol by the
Creator or something, and they will make an announcement, or they will give an oath and it'll be in poetry form. This is the first time that oath actually took on a completely different emphasis and meaning, because they became something serious, unless as the porter and it is full of wisdom while law so in other words, it's by a love this poor end is a book that is full of wisdom. Now how does the poor and do that? Because this is not the only area that Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions that the Koran has wisdom, this is not the only verse there are several verses throughout the poor end. Now, what does this mean? The Quran has wisdom in it because it tells you what to say or what to do
at the precise time, day or or moment of your life. In other words, it puts life in the perfect place at the perfect time. So when you look at the end, the first chapter as soon as you open the book, the first chapter is what so tell Fattah Why isn't it sort of the seed? Why isn't it sooner than next? Why isn't it sort of a loss? Why so tell Fatiha Well, the answer
That is if you study solar cell 30 how you will know exactly why it'll make perfect sense. You know, Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil alameen praise and glory belongs to the rubber of all of mankind, the master, The Guardian, the protector of all of mankind. Why is that the first lesson of the entire quarter and that the reader discovers because first and foremost, you discover that unhemmed requires you to know who Allah is so that you can praise and worship Him, so that he can do and hand is the first instruction that you need to know who I am. lilla Allah says Hamed belongs to Allah, He owns all praise, then Allah puts his name there. So now you know the name of the one that you're
praising and the one that you're worshiping. So what does Allah do? So after I give him all this credit, all this praise, what has he done? Oh, he's horrible. I mean, he takes care of you. He's the he's the master, The Guardian, the protector, just for Muslims, just for believers. I mean,
all of mankind, and everything in it. So Wow. What an introduction. It is the first a of Allah subhanho wa Taala incredible. That's your introduction to Allah, you know, that's the opening sentence of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So that's why you have so little fatty her Subhana Allah first chapter you discover and then you continue and everything just starts to fit into place. You know, everything just fits perfectly nicely. The last suitor so the Xs, and the Xs, you know, it's it's interesting coleiro to say I seek protection from a loss with Allah subhana wa Tada. There are autobill robinus, who is the rub of mankind, you're seeking protection from Allah subhanho wa Taala,
who is the guardian of all of mankind. So here, this last verse, you're, you're seeking protection with Allah, although he is the rub of unece. But in the first day of the first sorta, you're making a meteor praising Allah, Who is the rub of mankind as well. So it's like two complete opposites. You start off one way and you end off the complete opposite way. But here's the question, Why? Well, if you journey through the core end and all the generations on all the stories and you're like, my goodness, look at what has happened in this world. Look at what is continuing to happen. Look with which with what will continue in the near future as well. There's so much good, but there's almost
so much concern. So well, quarter annual Hakeem when Allah subhanho wa Taala describes and it gives an oath by the Quran. This is serious, this is important. Very few places in the entire court and does Allah give an oath, but when he does, it is significant. So now that Allah has gotten our attention, okay, we're ready Ola. Let's see what's next in nikka lemon l mursaleen. Oh, wow. So after Allah gave an oath by the Quran, in a kilometer mursaleen You are indeed from amongst the messengers in Africa. You are Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you're from amongst these messengers. Why did that come immediately after Allah gives an oath with the Quran. Remember, he
just now told us subhana wa Taala, the decor and is Al Hakim. And now after immediately the next verse is about the prophet or the messenger, they slept with them, put it together, put it together, for you to appreciate the knowledge of the quarter and you are going to have to respect and appreciate him sallallahu alayhi wasallam will encourage them to hipbone alive you claim your love Allah, for who only then Ask and inquire about following me, you'll be able qumola so that a luck and love you back. Allah the Prophet Allah is sought with cinemas like you have to enquire, investigate, think reflect and ask about my teachings. And then in addition to the 80 barraud follow
it, don't just blindly follow me inquire ask questions, it devaron is not the same as bar to bar to Sameera. Now, what are the here you will be you go with the flow it t Baron for tibshirani ask about ask how I slept, how I woke up, I get dressed, how I eat, how I pray, how I make Hajj, how I how I fast how I do all of these things, how I married all the common rulings of marriage, ask about these things. So Allah says in the elemental mursaleen if you're going to respect this core and in its wisdom, then here's the here's the real example of the wisdom of the poor and it's the Prophet Ali's subtle Selim. It fits perfectly. We are already seeing in just three verses of suit at the scene.
What wisdom in the Quran is all
About a panel so perfectly pieced together. I don't see at all to stop him all and by the way, Allah wants to add something else. He is also upon sirata Mr. Payne on the rightly guided path. That's the Prophet alayhi salatu was set up. So in case you doubt him whether Where did he get his teachings from? Who's taught Who? Where? How did he interpret that? And that's just his opinion. So you get out of all of that. Oh, by the way, unless that he's on set auto, Mr. Payne. He's on the perfect path that is rightly guided, and only a luck and place those whom he wishes on set off what was stopping? Oh, he's already there. Yeah, nothing to worry about. Now you respect to the integrity,
the dignity, the honor of the Prophet Mohammed Ali Salatu was Salam. Did you see how we just got some fundamentals about the deen? Right here in just four verses? We know who Allah is. Because someone gave an oath by the Quran. And it's the one who revealed while Anil Hakeem, we know something about the importance of the poor n and what it does to us, it keeps our life together. In neck elemental, mursaleen it's hard to understand the poor and all by itself. You need something to explain it. All you sent the Prophet islands, holy, he's from the messengers, okay. What if I have What if he's not right?
You ever hear people who deny How do they make that claim? Oh, he's just a human being. It's like the most childish claim. I mean, people who say that know nothing about the Prophet ru Soto. They probably have never taken a Hadeeth class in their life. They don't know what it is, what are all the sciences have the fundamentals of Hadeeth and how it's been revealed and preserved, and the different stages of compiling. They don't know anything about that. You'll never see somebody who denies Hadeeth sit in a Hadeeth class. So here's the Hadeeth class for them in the colonial mousseline LLC ultimate stopping all so if I doubt him I shouldn't because he's already on us at all
to Mr. Payne. How did he get there? Well, well, quarter annual came from there.
That's how that's how it happened. And I will put and we'll help him the one who says this in Nikki lemon and Muslim affirm that he's a messenger, and he's rightly guided Case Closed. Then zealot. rz is a Rahim Tenzin is what we say in Arabic marulan lol mud. So it's actually praising what Allah just said. So Tenzin is like this has been revealed from Allah zS will Hakeem the all powerful and exceptionally Merciful One. So Allah at the end of the day, it's not the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam. Allah has complete control, and he is the source of our ohana. He is the one that is exceptionally merciful. And you should praise Him because He gave you this will called earning
hacking. You should be really grateful for that. So now the believer learned about wisdom about the importance of the poor and the Prophet Allah Azza wa sallam he is rightly guided he's on a straight path. And so you should thank Allah because that's all Tenzin realizes Oh Rahim that's all 10 zealot. Aziz Rahim. Praise Him because look what he just gave you He gave you five yet supine Allah does Zeeland Iczer Rahim he just gave you all these previous yet so you better be grateful. You know what we learn from this when you see verses like this consult early early in a soda
is just how valuable one A of the poor and truly is.
You know if you know how to say al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen that's enough to put you in such debt and just thank Allah. Oh my god, you taught me out of hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen how many Muslims know how to say but don't answer. Don't do it. Don't even pray. They don't they can utter the words but that means nothing.
Those words call you to do something you know though the way you find sweetness in the quarter and is when you recite it in Salah
when you recite it in prayer that's how you taste how delicious and sweet the a lot of a lot truly are.
And so when Allah says den zealot ISIS or Rahim I just gave you four verses and that's a lot.
That's a lot and if you understand when we when we say alleges gave you meaning you internalize these verses for what they are and what they represent, man, I've given you a lot you need to praise me and you need to understand that I have complete authority. And the fact that I gave you these verses makes me out Rahim that was an extension of my mercy to all of you so Pinilla who, just five eight guys and I'm starting to like feel hot.
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whom for whom lafi loans so that it could be a warning for a nation's mountain there about what previous predecessors had warned for whom hoffy loan but as a result, the previous religions and cultures and forefathers that came before us, they tried to warn some things. It was a warning to you as it was a warning to them. But the problem was that when Allah warned them, for whom coffee don't they weren't hatless. You know the word coffee Loon from hafler means they didn't care.
How many people do that when they hear poor and yeah, whatever. Stop lecturing me. Yeah, I get it. You ever tried to tell young people? And
obviously not all young people, but just generally, don't you pick up your kids from school and in their car and then you know, you're like, oh, man, I just I learned the suit at the SC and I didn't realize how beautiful sooty se was. I memorized it when I was a kid. And it was so nice. And a kid is on the phone and he's like, Okay, my mom is like lecturing me about something. I'll call you later.
That's from offi loon don't care. I'm just gonna go pray cuz my dad told me to. Just I have to go Okay, fine. Whatever. You trying to tell your kids you know, having a boyfriend having a girlfriend? It's not right. Sam doesn't allow that stuff. And you don't realize that she's probably texting her boyfriend right then or like my mom's just talking to me. I love you. I'll talk to you later bye.
He was just like, what does it take? I mean, this poor and shook mountains. mountains were destroyed and crumbled to dust no incident has occurred and Allah Jebin Lara ATIA who Hashimoto, sadly I'm in Hershey Attila if you put this poor end on a mountain, you'll see the mountain will crumble to dust out of exceptional fear.
It will be so afraid the weight of the horror and is too much of a destroyed mountains.
So how can we can move hearts How come there are some hearts there that just Nothing?
Nothing it does.
A lie so it just says in another sutra, for a bayonet a Miller. What a shock I mean her
you know Alice's that he gave the score and to the skies to the earth, to the mountains for being a villa, they couldn't carry it.
They couldn't, will hammer the hell insane. But human beings were able to do that. We can carry something in our hearts, that mountains and the sky and the earth itself couldn't carry. They couldn't handle it. It really goes to show how strong both sides of the spectrum is on the one hand, when you're pious, you can carry mountains in your heart.
But when you are far from Allah as Dean, men you are more hard and stone than all the mountains of this earth combined. Your heart is more stoned and harder than all of that. So Allah says it This came as a warning just like nations that came before you. The problem was for home coffee too and they just didn't care.
So when someone gives you a reminder or you learn something and you respond with the don't care attitude or whatever, just understand you don't want to be part of this a you know we talked about a yet that we want to be counted from amongst and rarely discussed the things that we want to stay far from law field from the word of law heedlessness is one of those subjects of the poor. And we really don't want to do any we don't want to have anything to do with because when stem somebody reaches a state of hoffler, you become one of the descriptions of the people of jahannam, which is a villa, Aled describe that of the people of the fire. And we have very few descriptions of how they are like
who they are and how they behave in the jahannam. But one of the things that Allah tells us is that they are often they are heatless several places in the quarter and mentioned that may Allah protect us from them. Not trying to help on oluwole acceleration formula you mean on. So just so you understand, Allez, like, you know, just so you understand. When we warned all of them and they didn't care. We actually look at how Kyle Cole, we the truth of our words came to most of them for whom law you mean,
but they just didn't believe.
Sounds like these verses have been revealed in 2020.
We keep telling them no
No, no, no, this is this is our book. This is our scripture. It's it's telling us the truth. We're devoted to it. But most of them just didn't believe in any of it. Sure they listen, but they didn't believe their ears. Listen, their hearts were deaf. Their eyes saw there, he men, their hearts were blind.
They understood, but their hearts were off. It just it didn't care.
All of this.
We kept giving them truth upon truth to most of them. I like setting him for home, let me know.
They just let me know let me know. Didn't say formula. They didn't even acknowledge the men. You don't mean they didn't even give it a chance. They didn't even give it a chance.
In their journal fee or now for him. So as a result of us said, We placed these neck iron collars around their necks, john Neff, er now alella. These iron collars that were like shackles around their necks for he he left Connie, and it would push. So the the con is like when there's a neck color. It's made out of steel, and it's pushing their beard upwards. lls body fat, maroon, although that they're pushing their beard upwards, their eyes are still facing down. Their eyes are still facing down. So in other words, no matter how much you push someone to do the right thing. They're still looking down. I don't care. I don't care, whatever I'll eat no matter what you do for my own.
You know, my own actually referrals refers to a camels head when you pull a camels head up but their eyes are still looking down. So it's like you're trying to force them to do the right thing and they're still looking away or whatever. I don't care. Okay, fine. I'll do it later. Guys, these a yet are so real. It seems like and this is one of the things that I believe I'm convinced that one of the reasons why the level of acceptance in the sutra is so high from other sources is that no matter what generation and what time period the sutra is recited in it feels like the suta is just as relevant today as it was 1400 years ago. It's just one of those soldiers that keeps talking to
every generation in all of mankind until the day of judgment. It just keeps speaking the same thing over and over and it's just as relevant as the day was revealed to the day people are studying it.
What's your anatomy baby ad him said we placed between their hands meaning in front of them said this said there is a barrier, said de is when you have a crack in the wall and you seal it up, said the
woman Humphrey him said the end behind them they had said the foul Shana
they were blind. confused. Lj now that were lost.
For him now you will soon
they can't see anything.
You know, it's like you're showing them Jenna right in front of their face.
And you're like, I can't see anything. You're describing it to them in detail or whatever.
Yeah, I guess. You know, in suited to note on students, we talked about newzoo appetisers. from Allah. How everything that we know about Jenna and Jenna are just appetizers.
Every single blessing and Hadeeth and Alya, you've ever read about the description of Paradise, Allah says is just an appetizer, the real rewards like once you get into Jenna and you settle down. That's when you're going to see the real reward from Allah subhana wa Tada. So we actually don't know what awaits us in paradise Bismillah Isn't that amazing? But there are some people they're not going to respond with. Ah, Subhana lo Wow. They're just gonna be like
so can I see it now? Oh, I can't Well, whatever.
If I can't see it now then. What's the point?
There are people that have this said that this barrier between them and Allah has a yet on jamara day. They look at the Hatim and they will get the best sleep of their life will just be on the phone. They'll just lean against the wall. When's this guy gonna finish? Don't you realize you have said that in front of you. When you walk out of the masjid. Thank God I'm out of there. That said that behind you now.
You can appreciate this stuff, the masjid. The reminders Allah
says I gave you all of these a and you're still often
still blind. For all Shana home so what happens now? They live a life of uncertainty. They can't sort through their problems clearly. They can't navigate through their confusion. Clearly they just they don't know how to live life. Just don't know just go with the flow. So you party chill out every Friday is you know TGI f you know thank god it's Friday
go call up friends call a family yes do something now it's COVID and it you know, might even be worse let's do something Saturday Sunday is do something chill out blah blah blah Monday same routine till Friday again do it again. And then you die.
That's fine. Okay, now on formula zero, they just live a life that's just like, straight cattles go going about and then they can't see any truth to anything anymore. And the moment when somebody tries to remind you of the stuff, you're like, ah, stop lecturing or whatever. Yeah. Okay, my dad's just lecturing me, I'll call you back later, and then we'll do something.
He's just become blinded.
Young people need to study sought at the scene.
The next time you hear about a halaqa, somewhere, or a class somewhere teaching soon as he gets your kids in those classes, there has to be kids version versions of the suit as well, that appeal to five year olds and 10 year olds, suited, yes, seen is one of the first suitors that students have the poor and must learn.
And we push them to Joseph Amma, that's fine if you're learning to read and memorize. But when we're talking about TIFF see it which comes later. And afterwards, this should be one of the first sources. So did you see that this should be the introduction of Tafseer of the core n, go to se and start from there. You can build an entire course about all the basic fundamentals so that you and your kids are grounded well in this sort on once you can do that, then the rest of the court and will start to make sense. You know what's amazing, although the Hadeeth about it not being the heart of the quarter and his wife,
or it being the heart of the Quran is dive. The position of the sutra is really interesting. And this is why the notion of it being the heart of the heart and is so widespread. The previous 10 sutras with the exception of
the previous 10 sutras are all mechi going up to sort of the norm, but Sudeten nor its sister Sora is sort of a hazard to certain neurons. madonie So is that a hazard is Betty, their sister soda, so they're linked together, everything else 10 sodas are all mechi
then 10 sodas after soda, the SE until the first metody sora is exactly 10. And you have sudo te se right in the middle, so panelists, so you have 10 on one side, 10 on the other side, and sudo at the SC is in the middle.
So 10 before you get to a med any 10 before you get to a medini and here you have sowed the seed in the middle. This is where some of the scholars said you know, this is why it became a heart of the Quran, Allah who are them. So I'm going to pause here in sha Allah hotevilla that's verse number nine. And tomorrow we'll continue I hope and I pray that this introduction was meaningful. I hope it was helpful in some way. And I pray that Allah subhanaw taala continue to give us strength to journey through this beautiful suit although it is a short surah it is a short sorta it's just what 83 verses but it's it's quite pretty short, short, it's only about four pages.
It might it won't be like eight episodes, it might be a little bit longer just because it is so jam packed with so many different things. And just to remember for those of you that are joining us for the first time, this soda it's going to be connected with sorted out rock man. So once we finish the scene in sha Allah, we'll get on to sorted All right man in sha Allah hooter, Allah. With that being said, Man a lot so we'll accept this effort from us and all the efforts that we've put forth in his service alone. I mean, does that come a low heighten and I will see you all tomorrow. celeb more Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh