The Sciences Of The Quraan Introduction

Navaid Aziz

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Bismillah R Rahman R.

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Rahim

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caja Mashallah Mohammed. Solo sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman can do your learning

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because he was

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so Muslim on your hands

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in Houma,

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Howdy howdy Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was chosen

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to have a

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bola Hakuna Matata lessons in from

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the sisters from the greatest miracles that almost

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descended upon the public body or send them was the Quran itself.

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The very speech of Allah subhanho wa Taala is the greatest miracle essentially prophets from Allah. He was seven

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and it's through the Quran that Allah subhanho wa Taala preserved many, many things in

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the Quran Allah subhana wa sallam preserved in the Arabic language. So Allah subhanho wa Taala preserved the deen of Islam, through the Koran, Allah subhanaw taala preserves the rules and regulations pertaining to our daily lives.

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Now, just looking at it from this angle, we can suffice to say, that is the most important book that every student needs to study. Now putting some society, let us take a look at a statement of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where he says, I have left behind amongst you two things. If you say to them, then you will never go astray. It has been recorded both by the members of Korea and by

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the peninsula. Well, it was sort of emphasizes that if you want to remain guided, and seek to do stick to these two things to the book of Allah subhana wa Tada. And it's

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so keeping this in mind, I thought this would be an ideal time to take a deeper look at the Koran, the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And these realizada, this will be our discourse for the next two days.

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Now, when discussing any topic at hand, whether it be academic, or whether it be a religious science, one always needs to define parameters, and take a look at

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the definitions of the subject matter. So starting off with the

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Arabic language, or when you study any science in Arabic, you're usually given two definitions. One was a call a Saudi locally, and another what they call a Saudi of production. And

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then this is a linguistic definition. And so this

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is commonly translated as a conventional definition. But what they actually mean is that when you take the linguistic definition, how does this linguistic definition apply to the actual science that you're studying itself?

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So let's take a look at these two types of definitions and how they relate to the divine and its sciences. As for the Quran, linguistically, there are four common opinions. The first opinion is that of the amount of property and likewise, the majority of the scholars who discuss the science of the Quran follow this opinion as well, that the word Quran is a verbal noun or what they call it the Arabic language a must from the foul or the verb which means to read or to recite. So they say that the Quran is the word well known from, to read or to recite, is that which is read or that which is recited, and this is the opinion of the vast majority of scholars who discuss the sciences of

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a second opinion, and this was the opinion of the man that shattered it.

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And the researcher known as monkey

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monkey that we mentioned over here is not even the author of the things, but rather he was one of the signers of the most famous and

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that the word

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is not derived from any word in the Arabic language, but rather just like the word torah

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is a word that is unique in its own sense and has no words in the Arabic language

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that Allah subhanho wa sallam has given by itself.

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Certainly

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a third opinion that mentioned that it comes from the word power to join or to associate.

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Most of us go for hikes.

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You notice that a person can propose three types of

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massage

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same origin,

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as the word for either one is reference to this opinion. And it means to join also associate. So as you're joining your sideshows

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and you learn to pinion is that the word comes from the word car, which means to resemble and to be similar. Now, why would they say that the word for uncomfortable the word karate and this is due to the fact that if one would actually take a look at the source, and the layout of the structure of the point many similarities, that all of them start with the exception of one surah that all of them are split up into verses and all them have

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different characteristics or sorry, common characteristics, amongst them with the nation and the world comes from just one part resembles another hand is similar to one another.

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Now I switch the conventional definition, after having given preference to the opinion that the word Koran comes from, is the word of mouth from, to recite and to read as for the conventional definition, and this is something we need to be very precise and meticulous about when you actually study and the both of

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you will see that there are a lot of different options, and each of them have differences. And at the end of the day, it just comes down to what is the general meaning given from these definitions is the same.

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For the one that we have preferred, is that the Quran is the Arabic speech of

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the Quran in the Arabic speech of Allah, what she reveals to Mohammad in the wording and meaning

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which has been preserved in the world

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and has reached us by mutawatir transmission.

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To repeat that, the over the conventional definition is that the Quran is the Arabic speech of Allah, which he reveals to Muhammad in the wording and meaning and which has been preserved in the house and is reached by water water transmission.

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So now we're going to see a breakdown of this definition.

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The first point of this definition, and we'll number them as we go along with realizada

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is that the Koran is the Arabic speech of Allah subhana wa tada Allah subhana wa sallam mentioned in one or more specific verses, that the Quran is an Arabic almost final analysis in the second verse of sorts, the use of

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Quran and Arabic that indeed we have revealed the Quran in Arabic or we have descended upon you a Arabic.

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So the first thing is that the Quran is in no other language, except in Arabic. So these translations that we have, they are not considered.

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And likewise, one cannot use them to recite the Quran as some people do. But one of the Quran is in Arabic alone. So this is the first part of the definition.

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The second part of the definition is that it is the speech of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, this is a very critical point, because much controversy amongst the earlier sense that it is the speech of Allah subhanaw taala Allah subhanho wa Taala himself spoke these words and

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brought them into the pockets of Allah while he was setting them. So now As for what this excludes from the definition, then this excludes any speech comes from men in the

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in the speech

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Allah subhanho wa Taala alone and no one else. So

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he cannot claim that the Koran and likewise, if a person claims that each image of God was brought forth, he cannot claim that this little Quran

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is only valid which is the speech of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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In third part of the definition, it was revealed to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And indeed, this is one of the greatest miracles that would equal distance of the fallen upon the promise of Allah while he was Selim began, Prophet.

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And likewise, when the revolution ceased shortly thereafter, the promise of a law

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passed away as well. So it plays a very big role in the life of the prophets of Allah while he was set up.

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So when he was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this excludes any speech that Allah subhanaw taala spoke to other than the father for Allah.

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So when Allah subhanaw taala, so to Busan, insulin, in order to respond to any other prophets, there will be on any other routes to any of the previous messengers. This cannot be included in the Quran, but rather the Quran is only that which was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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The first part of the definition is that it is revealed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in wording.

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And again, this is a very critical point, because again, the earliest settlers learn different over this, they claimed that Nicaragua was just the mean, which was given to the puppet from Allah He was set up, whereas the actual wording was either brought out by liberty, or by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, when they claimed that Allah subhanho wa Taala could not see. And if you claim that, then you have given to him man like attributes. So we understood that we proclaimed that the Quran was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu it was set up in exact words, and in exact meanings. So there is no difference of opinion as to what the words mean, or what words were given to the

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prophets of Allah, why he was sent them and what they could possibly mean. But rather, they were all given from Allah subhana wa tada to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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point of the definition is that it is preserved in the most.

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And we can add to this and is likewise preserved in the chest and in the hearts of mankind is

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that as Muslims, we know what to do, that we can do is memorize

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and learn the core and teach the

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inside body,

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then the best of you are those who learn and teach it to the people. So we know most part

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has been preserved in the most part, and in the chest of the people. Now what is the word must have actually must have had the same origin as Firefox. And both of them mean that a form of newspapers or a form of collected papers, that's all it means. As for what we mean by

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all the signs of

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those papers that the Koran is written upon. So these green binding books that we have, which we refer to as the Quran,

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and the Quran, is that which is written on it, and that's what she was saying, whereas the book itself is referred to a massage. So again, that which is between the two binding sites in the Quran. So Allah subhanaw taala, preserves the difference between the two. Now something particular to this is when we add in this definition that is presumed, must have a more specific meaning to it, meaning that the Quran is that which was preserved, and we must have,

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we will soon be discussing the preservation of the Quran. And that is what you do during the daytime and during the funnel stages during the time. And then when the time was mentioned, our time today is the same. It was through no changes, or very minimal changes, at least, which were mainly printing changes.

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So what was specific to the man, one thing that was specific that was specific to the man was anytime 114

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take a look at the previous month, let's just say from obey. And they do the service over in advance and 100 sewers

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meaning that the most of the decompiled from the public from a law abiding citizen only has 111

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San Jose only had 106. So, there were parts missing from there must have

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shown in this totality, they did not have preserved in recent forms. And in his conclusion form was compiled during the time goes much as we will shortly discuss, so when we refer to the term massage, referring to any massage, but rather we referring to the massage, our smile specifically.

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So, the massage, again, no particular points pertaining to it is that it excludes all of those is determined, or before the Justice Department, some a lot of money was sent them. So, you will see that the most famous road and the excludable is that we're advocating for the death of Republic so long

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as they were left in and again we will get into a further discussion of this, as we take how the Koran was preserved.

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So, that was the sixth point we couldn't find. And sixth point is that it has reached us in a way with the London transmission.

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And what we mean by this

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study the sciences of Hadith

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are two forms of transmission or two ways of narrating. And those are signs.

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Now, there is no specific definition for either, but rather they go hand in hand and to one another, as for the definition human to what the larger the scholar stated

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is that there are so many narrators in each level of narration, that it is not possible for them to agree upon a mistake or to agree upon a line.

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So, again, they define what the logic is, that is so many levels, so many barriers in each level, that it is not possible for them to come together to agree upon a lie or to agree upon a mistake. And we can take an example of this is the Hadith of the prophets of Allah while he was sitting in my

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room in

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the province of Allah while he was selling narratives, that she was lying upon me intentionally, then let him prepare his seat in the house fire, which is narrated by over 70 companions of the profits from a long winding road. And from those 70 companions, Denise married to many of the successors

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to even more people. So this is an example of what you're watching, meaning that there are so many people who learn from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And so, many people learn from the Sahaba and likewise there on that it was not possible for anyone to introduce a new idea or introducing word or even to that word, and there were so many people who remembered the same text, then if one person made a mistake, then he would have so many more people crediting him. So, that was

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a form which is

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one of the topics of all

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discussing due to a shortage of time is a different recitations as well, just to mention in brief points, there are

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there are changes and recitations of which are

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and your for which are which are usually called shots, and it is not permissible to derive

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from the itinerary. So, you mentioned that

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those four associations, which even though

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they carry many similarities between the center and they cannot be used as an evidence and likewise, they are not included in our definition, because they do not reach the level of intelligence.

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So, that having been said, we have taken a definition of the

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unconventional and how it will apply to our discourse through the through the state.

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So, now, that having been said, let's take a look at some of the approaches that have been going on.

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Throughout history.

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You will notice that in the sciences of Islam, from Al Qaeda to sell to

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other sites, he had no

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beginning

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up

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in written form, which was just all kinds of machines. All behind it was the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and the automatic

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Should be a source that applies to academic, and heavy and anything else. And it was only during the time of the journey that we saw a need for books to be compiled, as many people were entering into Islam. And Omar was expanding and Khan was coming in. And we didn't have the same understanding of the only language that the Sahaba

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saw a need for books to be compiled on particular subjects.

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Books are lucky enough to be written during the time of the

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early successes of the successes, and likewise,

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studies during the time of the surgery, and they are on and so forth. So now when did the sun

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actually begin, besides the Varanasi began, itself. And you will see that over

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no particular definition. But rather, people will include anything that relates to the product rather than a speech, whether it be in recitation, whether they should be

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preserved, whether it be the last assignment, so for those which abrogated with another policy, which is murky, and muddy, all of these things, they were included all over for answer, there's no specific definition, as you will see that these portions of aluminum foil has always been a part of what

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are included in the very

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best in the body and who knows. And similarly, you will see a portion of the book that is allocated for the abrogation of is that this is abrogated with this ion, oil, see. And the cylinder with all the compiler says that she mentioned how the colon is preserved during the time, you're left with dynamic. This is how we know how

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to preserve the time. So a lot of the distances

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are preserved in a similar manner. And each person didn't want a specific book.

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But rather as time went on, we started writing separate books on separate portions of the

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body. As you mentioned yesterday, shades of the amount of data that he wrote a book on stubbornness.

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So in the year 231, UID, book on

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all the reasons behind revelations, and likewise, there were other books as well. But the first complete book that encompass all of these things that we mentioned, universal

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revelation, which is where aggregated by one another, what is the by a zylka. And he wrote the book.

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So this was the first comprehensive book that encompassed the various chapters pertain to the size of the court. It was written by Jim Kashi, as he calls it. And

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then as time went on, people commenting on his book, and tried to edit it, and try to make some additions, and no one attempted to actually revise another Complete Book, or make it very different or distinct from the book, as this was considered the mother of all books in order until the time

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and remember, to turn into a 911. And he called his book, and it's called pure aluminum.

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This book is called aluminum.

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And

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this book is approximately four to five volumes depending on the price that you buy. He compiled this book, and he included approximately 30 more chapters. Then she did, she had approximately 40 chapters, or 40 different subjects and in discussing

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and then

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he came and he included approximately 70 different chapters.

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And then as time went on,

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developed or progressed in the sciences,

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which was a destruction, the main books that were written before until our time today, you'll find a lot of books on aluminum. And most of them are just summaries of either on time or early on

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and finish together. So some of the books in our times and one of the books that I referred to the most for our discourse today is

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the aluminium and in all honesty, this is one of the books have come across, pertaining to the size of

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the book is called

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lumen. This was written by

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Mohammed Abdullah

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The

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book is in two volumes. And it was written in the 1940s. I believe, if I'm not mistaken, I believe it was the 1940s and is the most extensive book and

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meaning that she is very thorough in his research goes on to the various books of the center, and is very precise, as mentioned different opinion when there comes a difference amongst the different books.

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And likewise, there are other books which are commonly used as textbooks,

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by manga, and installing the most famous book, in our time in the Arabic language for

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the benefit of this book, it is very simple, it's really the language is very easy to understand. And likewise, it doesn't mention too much of a difference of opinion, when it mentions the different subjects. So this is a brief look at the books pertaining to Luma. And how it was actually preserved from the time of the Prophet Solomon he was set up until our time studies.

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Now going back to the definitions that we mentioned is the conventional definition that we mentioned. We mentioned that the Koran was the speech of Allah subhana wa Tada. And people often ask, what is the difference between the Quran and Hadith

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are those highlights that you will find in all the books of an intellectual Bukhari and Muslim and other than that, focus of Allah while he was sitting says that Allah subhanho wa Taala says, So, he is quoting something directly from Allah subhanho wa tada an example of this study is our

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Muslim or as a Muslim,

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my service I have mainly just a problem for me, and immediate harm between you. So not be unjust to one another, that almost kind of was an immediate was really hard on upon itself and

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not to be unjust towards one another. So this is an example of adequacy and find the differences between a hygiene policy and

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Firstly, the addresses again, we'll mention something that is most of the people who study or may or have a course on a local machine, and then we'll mention a critique of it. They mentioned the first difference between the Quran and Hadith is that the Quran is the word of Allah subhanaw taala in word and it means that the Quran is the word of Allah subhanaw taala in word and meaning,

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the

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only a meaning that was given to the promise of a low volume seller and the promise of a low volume.

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So when you mentioned something from the Quran, his promise was to say that Allah subhana wa jonasson.

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But when you're quoting,

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is directly, but rather not to say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Allah subhana wa tada said, and this is for two primary reasons. One is that the Quran

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and Islam which is understood and is very clear, the second point of distinction is that these

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dimensions the wording of the beginning

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or the end.

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Now, if one was to look at the various sets, and study

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and study the understanding of the companions, when it came to Halley's Comet see that there's no mention by any of them that

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are given to the promise of a loved one to send them in the morning. And this seems to be the opinions that

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were given to the possible Romani was filmed in wording and meaning, and it was clear

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and evidences is one of

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the source images for my answer. One is, however, in one in a way, that he does not speak of his own desire, which was a revelation that is given to him

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an order receipt

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and in meaning, and this seems to be the correct opinion. Now, the second difference between the footsie and the Quran is that Allah subhanaw taala was a miracle in the

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challenges of meaning that Allah subhanho wa Taala. He challenges the courage and the outs of the past to bring forth something new

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style in his prose in his content is an open challenge for all of mankind. Up until today, most people criticize

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our simple challenge to them, they just bring something in form. In contrast, in this meeting, there's been something less before and we will accept it, but no one was able to do so, even from the tug of war as

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this miraculous nature, they will not come in any form of rhyme. And even the content, most of it is found in other

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solar panel data did not bring about this challenge, and

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certainly, our

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promise to preserve the core, but he did not promise to preserve the heritage.

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So Allah subhanaw taala, he promised to preserve the poor and for this oma when

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he promised to preserve and focusing on this point, and getting into something, again, a very, very big thing, apart from a lot of money, that if you look at the previous books, which were sending down

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to the previous mission, Allah subhana wa Asana did not

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grant them the favor of preserving their before them, but rather he was their own initiative, and then take care of it on their own, so they didn't have the help of

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preserving it. Whereas when it comes to the, Allah Subhana, WA, tada promises the prophets of Allah, He will send them, then we will send the Quran upon him, and likewise, we are protected.

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And the angels are the ones who will protect us.

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When Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the rabbi, and he mentions that the responsibility of preserving

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is upon your shoulders, and you will not have any particular health from Allah subhanho wa Taala,

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once again, is that Allah, Allah promises to preserve the Koran, but he does not promise to preserve the sea. And it shouldn't be mistaken as that Allah subhanaw taala will not preserve the tsunami

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of a specific portion of it. And that is the idea.

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Before the difference between the Quran and the Hadith,

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that the Quran is much larger, meaning that it was revealed by Bible or Allah,

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Allah and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught it to so many was companions. And they taught it to so many of their successes, that each level is impossible, anyone could have forced a life or introduce something to the person that wasn't funded or taken away from them.

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in

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such a manner, sometimes you'll find a

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large majority of it

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on when she does having to sort through companion authorities to the successes are targeted towards younger students as well. So the transmission of the good thing is not to such a degree.

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But the vast majority of you know the

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answer

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and very select and few of them are actually

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now, number five, and this is a point that some scholars include in the definition of the Quran is that to worship Allah subhanaw taala.

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That

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is

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the only thing that will allow you resigning while you're standing and you're

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number

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one could not resign

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if you wanted to only allow us to remove

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this distinction.

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This section,

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if you notice, expand a little bit on this point.

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The Baraka in Brazil

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things

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that he knew He

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then said in each

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of the events of the call on our channel,

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and

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I do not say that this is one lecture, but rather and this is one better and learn this one better, and we missed one lecture. So the understanding of this

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as being the most specifically. So,

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just by reading these

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this is something clear and understood. But now let us show the two other apps

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and then another Activate button which is founded in Islam and is highly recommended and is promoted not only to the Muslims, but solar panels as well. So, beloved panels on older spending amongst ourselves and then giving or beginning or beginning to one another, and again this is another question

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versus some of them they have a prescribed

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one another which

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is mentioned by

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department from the lohani was set up I was sitting with his companions one day and he managing by and he said a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa sallam said,

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then another man came, and he said, A Solomonic, what was the purpose of alarm, it will send them says 20. And then a third man came, and he said, A Salam aleykum

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selam sensory companions, the enthusiastic and inquisitive people that they were wanting to learn all good and wanted to implement are good, they are young. So the last one is a constant dimension these numbers have reached

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towards the province of alarm, it will send a reply, then you push it will send a solemn article.

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And the person who says a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah

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us

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and the person who said, A Salam aleikum, wa rahmatullah wa barakato will have three words. Now look at the mess

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that was raised. Our salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And as much good as it brings about and as much as spent amongst the number of panels and only give Tony Awards for it, whereas if one says, lamb means we get the exact same amount of awards, and it's something to contemplate upon brothers and sisters, when we think about good deeds to do, we often think about, okay, you know, I'll give some money to charity, or I'll say, some extra olive oil, or, you know, I'll donate something. Allah Subhana, Allah has blessed us with a great miracle and

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a blessing and enormous miracle. And that is

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that if you want to obtain the words, learn the Quran,

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teach the people and each time you teach them or unto the people, as someone learns,

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then you will likewise will also get the reward as well. So this is something very important to keep in mind on how fortunate we are as Muslims to have this book was preserved from eternal departments a lot

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of our time today, if we recite even a few letters when we get to the award of doing greater action as well as we just mentioned,

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no

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talking about

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that, one was to study the Quran, they will see that our challenges, several names and descriptions of a bar,

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this will be our topic of discussion. Now.

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There are many names.

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candies are the six most common outcomes. Likewise, Tata also gives many descriptions, but options are many and we will justify a couple of them as well.

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So the first name that Allah subhanaw taala gave for Nicola,

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us a call, we call on injuries versus an example of a social insurance. Robert Addison in verse number 23, in

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a call for an associate

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time that we have

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upon you overcoming as a form of Revelation, meaning that it descended upon you and it came down to you.

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So Allah, tala refers to the Koran.

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And this is also the answer is number 23.

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Likewise, Allah Subhana Allah Allah,

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Allah,

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Allah, Allah says the source of a tie in number 89 then we have

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a We have revealed upon you with the book, A clarifier for everything and the guidance has

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Mercy and equalize tidings for those who submit

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to Allah subhanaw taala in this normal eye on

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each other, and this is this is particular is an island one should focus on

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Ghana in particular, I mentioned some of the objectives of revealing our panel data set, one is the knowledge

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that we have sent down upon you as a clarifier.

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Now, what does that mean by this, of the objectives of revelations is that people will come to the peninsula bombarding them with questions. If you look at solace in a salon, we asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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What does the word mean? What is the spirit and you look at

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the

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menstrual cycle the woman and woman so check into it. So, people used to come and ask the public still a lot more

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questions and our panels would answer these questions a lot harder to sell them to them. So that Allah subhana wa tada explains, everything that needs to be known.

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Then the second portion of the panels as I mentioned, meaning that it is a guide.

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So now the Quran likewise, just as a clarifier, for all things is the ultimate guide as well. Then, if a person was to read and reflect upon the course, they will find

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that if you want to see what is the objective of your life,

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as I mentioned in Italian, Virgin,

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Virgin and mankind except for my wishes, and obviously this is the greatest common question amongst the philosophers. Why

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are Why were we created to them they don't believe

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in Krishna itself, the reason why they are Why were we created what is our purpose upon the service? Again, Allah subhanaw taala in an infinite wisdom and knowledge, the answer to this question then placed upon the earth, except to wisdom Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. And go on to the third part of the cya. Allah subhanaw taala mentions that this is a loss and

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a mercy and a post about meaning a river or glad tidings to the Muslim. So now how is the Quran a loss?

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And how is this a giver of glad tidings, as well.

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Then, if one were to reflect upon you

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mentioned and

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how

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they ought to do it, then they will have

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lines of possibility

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97 or 98

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we're just a country

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whether it is whether he is a male or a female, as long as he is a believer, then we should restore upon him a good life

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promises and prosperity and comfort to those people who come into the mind and come with good tea.

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Now, let us take an example of the exact opposite. Those people who turn away from the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala

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for the first name of of what I want to get to,

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so our Panasonic missions in the last portion of this is

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a push around pulling slinging or hiding to the believers and then it gives them like hiding agenda and gives them like hiding in the facility. And it also gives them like hiding when any injustice

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was done to them, when Allah subhanho wa Taala will bring about a

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fixing and will bring about the justice on human

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giving to the poor

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and this is seen any

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of

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our panelists Allison,

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Allah says Blessed is the one who sent upon his slave and four coins. And four coins can be translated as the criteria or the criteria

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sent upon Mohammed for a lot of money was spent on

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criterion or criteria in which things are distinguished and things are categorized. And what do we mean by distinguished and categorized

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by people who believe in the Quran, and

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this is one form of criterion that

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the believers and non

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believers, and likewise, you see that our Center for honors and criterion was was in a punishment and reward those people who believe in God and those people who

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will be punished. So that's the criterion that to distinguish between the believers and believers in the dissent, and the man in the Koran.

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It don't believe in the last panel data revealed that

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it was a distinguisher between the believers and non believers, as well as other things as well as our panelists, Allah bless, versus only people who

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believe before I take with me or not like most people, you know,

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seldom or rarely

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differentiate

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the highest levels of gender, and most people have levels of gender, due to the recitation of the Quran that we have.

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Now, a name that is given to the forearm In addition, and this is mentioned in design of social media channels on a cell

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phone, again a very important idea and an idea, which we will be discussing in quite some detail. panel data says that indeed we are

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aging

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and indeed, who are the ones who will preserve solar panel data mentioned in

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the crowd, then, we are the ones who have reviews.

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Now, that is based on the size and the beginning, that is mentioned in the national that we

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have revealed.

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There are two opinions pertaining to what we actually mean.

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The first opinion and the opinion of the vast majority

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and the in the poor of India is that

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we have a lot of panels and magnification or verification of Allah subhanaw taala

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known as English language, if you see how the Queen's speech in English show was the first person as we and you will find ministers when you speak dog refer to themselves as we meaning that they are applying themselves and men find themselves to be great human beings.

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And you mentioned that no

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venomous tangletown is horrifying and magnifying himself. And this was the opinion of the majority of scholars. But there is another opinion

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that this is even more accurate and open in terms of you know, as mentioned in the Quran, then Allah subhana wa tada is referring to

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the angels.

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Now, how do we see this, we see that when the last time it was, as I mentioned,

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the act of creation in Allah, Allah. Indeed, we are creating an

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animation that indeed we have set down. And all these actions, there are people or others

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that actually are laying in the center of the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala didn't speak to the public, who sent him.

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But rather he revealed to college out to the public for a little while he was set up. And even in the act of creation, Allah, Allah created Adam, with his own two hands, which when we are created, we come through our parents, and likewise, in other things as well. So

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you mentioned

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the opening.

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And our distinguished which is, is that when Allah subhana wa Jalla talks about worship, right, he didn't mention and worship. Why isn't there almost

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as

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he says, worship me. So this shows that Allah, Allah is distinguishing between the two, because if Allah subhanaw taala wants to go by and not in the money, so he could have said and worship and also that would have meant the last panel Salah, but our panel is very meticulous in his words, and very precise, in his words. So this when it came to words, or actions that include other conditions that the angels or wonderment Allah, Allah mentions, and when it comes to worshiping Allah Subhana Allah refers to himself alone, as is more befitting from us.

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Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala. So, this is the first part of the

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meeting the reminder reminder, that which is remembered. So now, our panel salivation is very scary.

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And then I go as follows, along with Alison, Roman

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bunker, Shadow Yeoman Pierre mattina color of the man has chosen

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to go to

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the sky as soon as

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mentioned in this is

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when he turns away from my memory, and turns away from my reminder, that for him serving a large a life of hardship, and congestion, and you will be raised on your own and someone who is blind. And he will say, Oh, my Lord, why is it that I have been raised as someone who was blind, when I was able to see

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and Allah Subhana, Allah will then review this individual and we will give this person and say, that is this our Is this our sign that our verses came to you.

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For what you will negotiate of them, and you turned away from them

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and was likewise today, you will be neglected your voice and you will be turned away from

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kind of a data protection from having such an abode. So brothers and sisters, let us reflect upon the solution of this. Allah Subhana. Allah mentioned at the very beginning of this ayah Roman our God decrees and whoever turns away from my remembrance, and this remembrance is none other than the

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other person in the eye also known as a deacon. So brothers and sisters, if you want to be on those people will get to see the normal face of US, Canada. And you want to do those people who taste the fruits of Paradise, and you want to be of those people who are not neglected and ignored on Yom Okayama.

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Turn back to the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala by reciting His commands. And what a great reminder this is for the believers. So moving going back to the island, we mentioned robust data sets.

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So this is where we mentioned that the goal is to serve

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as the

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subhana wa tada revealed in the Quran as he promised that we will preserve the Quran. And we mentioned previously that this is one of the greatest blessings to Mohammed from Oman, he was sent us had been granted that Allah subhanho wa Taala took it upon himself and put it as an AMA upon the angels to preserve the

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previous religion did not have their books preserved with the aid and health of a loved one rather, it was something they had to do out of their own

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blessings by promising to preserve the Quran, and it is upon us again to read and understand and implement the Quran. This is what Allah subhanaw taala expects from us, unless the difficult task of preserving the Quran.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala fulfills his side of the opposition, when why is it that we are heedless of our side of the obligation

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to me of the common name of the Quran.

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And this was mentioned in

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my 192

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kind of data says

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we're in

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agony than indeed is that which is descent

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from the mode of all the worlds and Tenzin COVID from Missoula means guides which is which comes down and which is a

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superior form of the verb, which means that almost semitones didn't come down on its own, but rather

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sit down and again, this is you know, a lot of these is they have meanings behind them, which the average person will not notice. Now in this is how this is related to

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this is very important to

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pay attention to it when I was gonna mention

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that it is indeed something that Allah subhanaw taala reveals

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that the world honors the speech of Allah subhanaw taala. So this ayah indicates where Allah subhanaw taala is that Allah subhana wa tada is an ultimate highness he is in order

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Meaning in highness and our Sopranos Allah is above his creation, and is only by being above your creation when you send something down to them. So this is again, it's very unfortunate to see that as well. So when you take a moment to reflect upon reversal, you will find that Allah subhanho wa Taala indicates, and hints as a very strange thing.

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Even though the average person being

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a system name on the forearm, and this is the last name that we will suffice with, as we mentioned, there are many names of the Quran. But these are the six, most famous, arguably the most superior, or those that are most common upon the terms of the people, and that name is unknown. And this is mentioned in Sony's 174

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movie, that almost

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all mankind has come from you have kind of come from your Lord a career and we have set upon you a point that Allah subhanaw taala is referring to as unknown, and this is mentioned so from the start, I have 174. Now the more of the Quran, and this is something again, which Allah subhanaw taala has blessed the people of the Quran with that data has worked with the people of the Quran, with a light that is

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upon their faces, and brings a charm or a charisma upon their tongues. Again, a blessing that Allah, Allah gave specifically to those people who respected often and try to understand them and implement them that Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed this light to them. And it can also be understood that when Allah subhana wa tada refers to the Quran as a nose is in the form of a parable. Prior to the mankind he was in darkness, and when the more reveals, then out of that darkness, the light of the animal the less of the Quran, Kim, Sophie and Eamon and the outcome of Islam, and everything else. So these are the six common names that the Quran is referred to. And like once you mentioned as

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given many attributes as the most famous of them, is a Shiva that is a cure. When Allah subhanho wa Taala offers a

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cure is a cure for many things.

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Firstly, the Quran is a form of cure, meaning that it is it can be used as a prayer. And by Rokia we mean that the more are cured and healed. And this is why certain ions are silent. The most common of them are sorts of fancy,

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nice and cozy philosophy.

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None

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of them when when a person recites the song or these ion upon himself, or one other individual, he can cure by the will of Allah subhanaw taala such a person

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and like once

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in a cure to ignorance, right.

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And I can't recall the actual

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verses right now. But he mentioned that

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causes

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in these verses of poetry, that indeed integration ignorance is a genetic disease and its cure lies in two things. Muscle mineral for me, means that it comes from infection or a text from the center. And likewise the doctor is that RM which is

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meaning big scholars is the scholar that nurtures his students upon a good opening and a good understanding.

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The Quran is described as a Shiva it is a Shiva from ignorance. Ignorance is a disease and likewise almost kind of with the other individuals from a marriage with the court. That is one of the most famous attributes given to the Quran. And this is

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a small break right now inshallah, as I usually don't like to go over the one hour timeframe without having question and answers and taking a small break for myself and likewise for the audience as well. So for any questions in lifestyle, double check them and if not, then you will have a 10 minutes

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Breaking the laughter.

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This dimension is much more

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specifically in Madison,

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Madison,

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to the question, the question as

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mentioned, in the last panel, it's, as I mentioned, in an afternoon, there's nothing over here has two possible meanings amongst the scholars, that nothing can be absolving

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magnification,

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then you force yourself to first help solve the problem. Or it can mean that Allah is including the angels in this Act, the angels will use the revelation of the Quran, and the creation of mankind.

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talks about his worship Allah subhanho wa Taala. He was, he was a pro, but rather he uses the single form where he always says and worship me. So check with Islam and say Neo mo Rosada mentioned that the wisdom behind this is that the angels are involved in the acts of creation and in the absolute revolution in worship is only Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, that is worship. Allahu Donna.

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So with that said, we'll take a 10 minute break. And we'll come back inshallah at 350 to

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six of the time frame and because we started late and let's make the most of our time, so a number that was phenomenal.