Dream Intensive Surah Yusuf

Nouman Ali Khan


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Translation Day 10 22.09

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The speakers discuss various topics related to the use of "quarantine" in Arabic and the use of "quarantine" in Arabic, including potential festival events and shaving. They stress the importance of safe driving and acknowledging subtle art and apologizing in a subtle way to avoid offense. The Boehner team is focused on creating a strong and authentic translation service for their clients, emphasizing regular communication and communication with clients to ensure accuracy in translating and communicating with them. They also emphasize the need for regular communication with other parties to ensure success in their project.

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Alright, let's get out of handler him somebody that's recites we'll be learning him in a shape on they'll Raji.

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Kahlua Burness tells you to Nana Woburn

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in one call to E in all assemble festival fuel eco Murghab be in who an awful roof Rafi

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allows what was ala Rasulillah Allah and he was approached by incident light on our cattle. Let us attempt to get to the end of the surah today are of course not going to compromise quality or discussion. See how far we get asked Allah azza wa jal is help and clarity in thought, and articulate translation. So you're hopefully your guys are with us also. So let's begin adding the notes here. I didn't put any numbers or anything that just translated. So we are ISO 97. Now I believe. Yes, I did. So yeah, we're working off your quick draft. Yeah, this is my quick draft, or we're gonna fix it. So they said dad

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I was struggling with dad this time. Because I thought maybe there'll be a level of formality this time or more respect, as they plead for forgiveness. So maybe a transition maybe an order? Allahu Allah? That would be Yeah, that would make sense. Although there's no difference shows up in the

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you know, in the texts in the tenor thing with the Arabic text is that certain words can have multiple tones, but what's happened in English his father and that are far apart. Right, but others have in Arabic, in the most casual and also in the most formal setting. So the one thing I think definitely kind of makes sense to do in English is to use the word please. Yeah, yeah.

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Again, where it is please in Arabic, there is no please in the Quran. But it's just the sense that that's the natural way that one says it in English.

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Yeah, it and translation is also about getting the tone of this word and a sense of the narrative. And sometimes things are, you know, captured from the text, but they're hard to put in when you translate the senses lost. And the sense isn't always verbal. But there are nonverbal cues that are inside of the in between the lines that we're also trying to kind of get at

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so that please pray for our sins to be forgiven works. When you think about pray for our sins to be forgiven. You still feel in love and Obinna. I tried to kind of kind of put that together as a flowing. Yeah, yeah, that puts it together. I forgot what we did for hottie EAN. But I went with Darlene for for Inna. So just before that we were truly at fault.

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Yeah, we've been at fault or we were at fault.

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We have surely

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and I'm using a German keyboard today so the Zed and y are backwards.

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So I'm going to have trouble with sort of Zeus of what did you say?

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We have drools been what reduced says

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being at odds

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so any slowness?

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Ha You are not even efficient is covered.

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Is this is explained by this. I'm not used to the German keyword.

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Right. So then it smells

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Please pray for our sins to be forgiven because we have truly been at war. Now do we make any difference here between what incandela has been in Hakuna hottie and what did we do for the stress there? Well, we see the same we wrote and we weren't really at fault

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so it's not one more emphatic

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I feel

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this works quite nicely. This is a new sentence

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that also works

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because it's no worse then then the truth No.

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I was just thinking of inner being like Sure.

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Fine, but here that still comes through anyway. It comes through anyway. Yeah.

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We have truly been a thought. So I don't think there's much to change the reach of us know some subtleties just can't be captured like that.

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Okay, so then call it a sell festival of hula Komarov be

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in who Hall of rain.

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There's a lot of shaving that's going to happen here. But anyway, that's okay.

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So the sofa

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differences sofa and seen is one of these discussions,

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I think can be context dependent as to whether one

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indicates a longer period of time than the other. Do you take a strong position on this? No, I actually think that that's

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context based and reversible.

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So I think that sofa is more emphatic than sir.

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And then the ascertain context can deliver that emphasis by expediting. So it's more expedited than normal. Yeah, and another context sofa can mean more delayed than normal, more time. So it's actually about the stress of the word, not the timespan of the word. Uh huh. So I don't think observe, you're giving a promising sofa. Right, then I'm gonna happen very quickly, I'm just going to make sure it gets done. But if he's feeling like, you know, I'm needing some time to ponder on this, then the sulfur could could indicate the opposite. Yeah, exactly. So even in this idea, you can't necessarily pin down just from the language. What kind of software just again, from the sense

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of it, it doesn't make sense to say, very quickly, I'm going to make fun of you for you. Like, it just seems more plausible that this is because the norm would be just like, if you have no reason to do it, to put it off, you would just do so there and then right, base as I'm going along, well hang on something right. But that's not hard to say. But it's hard for him to say right now. So you can say I'm going to, but I think that I will soon enough gets this idea that I think we've even claimed to this view that he's not, as many of them firsthand said things like well, he's delaying it. Because doing just before Fajr, you know, this is the best time for duar to be accepted. So it's

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like I'm going to I'm going to really amazing personal one. It's also just like, reading certain things into it, which don't fit so much in a story.

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That's, you know, they're just trying to understand why he didn't just Yeah, so a couple of comments just to clarify, one of them is sofa indicates something that is just moved. Sofa indicates something that is in the near future, and sa indicates something simply put in the future. Not quite those, there are theories around this, but they don't seem to work when you actually look at case studies. So we can, when we try to make this really formulaic, it just kind of starts falling flat, and then we try to take these assumptions and impose them on the text and that becomes even a bigger problem. So Abdullah writes aboubaker rather right isn't he delaying the prayer because he's angry

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at the moment or maybe angry is too simple an explanation maybe he's just processing or it's or he's waiting to see whether they're Stefan is actually stefarr Like he there's also trust issues right. So it can't just be simplified as anger, but certainly there is a delay in him delivering these to her and him wanting to take his time I would suggest that the sofa is for a further delay not an expedited you know yeah.

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So there are there are even some sort of reports and Hadith reports even about this. So the discussion of that anyway, took place in the lecture can take place some more but right when it comes to the translation,

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this is what we're inclined to and I think the rest of the

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the verse or the I'm happy with except I removed the completely forgiving because

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because you've got you've liked the emphasis like it without an inner hula. Yeah, you're looking at that emphasis. Yeah. And the l also has a sort of emphasis he's the only one who is right. But then I think you've covered that with the completely forgiving Yeah. And that without limit that you added love so so those implications these two two names of Allah at the end of the eye are contrasting his humaneness also, like Allah forgives completely I can't just forgive completely so quickly. And Allah's loving cares without limits so you should have hope in that but you as a human being you can only take so much abuse and just say oh no no I have unconditional love for you know

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if somebody slaps you every day that unconditional love is not going to be so all caps the font size is going to decrease over time. So they're you know, love is in the end conditional. So and but only Allah is a Rahim like it doesn't fluctuate his Rama doesn't

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fluctuate. It's a it's a constant. That's something human beings aren't capable of. So it's actually again, his weakness contrasted against the loss perfection. It's very beautiful.

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Okay, so I think we can go on to 99. Okay.

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Lambada Hello. Hello. So we've had this same expression a few times and yeah, so we came into the Kings court or king to use court came in before Joseph. I wanted to kind of play on the

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the scene more here and the facing of use of more

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later when the came in before Joseph,

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that's fine. We have a domain to vary the expression a little bit. Yeah.

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The Hello, hello use of our Ilya boy he.

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So earlier on with Binyamin we had

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a richer expression I would say what was it?

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Something about pulling in embrace but I added an adjective there. Yeah, there's a protective embrace

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something like that. Let's see.

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And to prepare Yeah, protective embrace. Yeah.

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Perhaps that's still

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warranted here.

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I think the visual image of them being placed on the throne is limited sometimes to just him honoring his parents. But it's actually also of Yakov Alehissalaam. Finally being put into place in the family where he deserves to be and not talk down to and in fact, he gets to talk now down to everyone else and they have to look up to him and they've been literally looking down at him for years. So this this is symbolic of the change in the family dynamic also. So and that's part of the protection that Yusuf is offering him right because he's been at the Apple Valley Sam has been at the receiving end of abuse for so long so maybe restoring protective may be may be warranted

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God willing and to Egypt safe and secure. So the position of insha Allah needs a bit of attention

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or call it the Hello masala okay, I know it sounds a bit of a feel motorcar cordial Bellet mulberry Ben finance Salafi he put the Hello Allah He fee so the the idea that some of them first sitting are considering here is what does it mean to enter mist a missile is kind of like you're referring to the kind of capital

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city the career elsewhere has been called. So then one could understand the implication here that they were at this point outside of it so he's received them outside of it and then he says no go in. I don't think you have to go and should we should we say go when should we say settle into or move into because biking if that's what he's saying Right? Like start living here and you'll be safe and secure he's not just saying come for a weekend

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right so should we just go with what the can is and by the way are you want to add protective or leave it with embrace?

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I don't think I want to add protective Okaz

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because you know, there are other other aspects of the embrace that will get lost and there is loving embrace here too. There's you know, honoring embrace here too. There's there's other dimensions to the embrace that would get it because with his brother's case, the protective embrace was very clear. Right.

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So interestingly, there's two there's two holes here and this is the loosest possible alley here

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and the whole alley from

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the hole and fill builder

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so even you can say come into Egypt

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Yeah. So that you can

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because the Holo Eric is saying from outside go in.

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Yeah, but it's now like Come in. Where you know, you're already here come and that kind of gets closer to what you're saying about the other sense we just settle Yeah. kilonova and Idaho ally herself you Mr. Alvarado. You call it holy Massara the American woman who was called roofie her

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that's what you were getting at? Yeah.

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Even you can say come and settle.

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Yeah, or settle into settle into here because the interval can't cap capture those hollow and the settle would carry the Kenai of those hollow. Yeah.

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but I think we've because we've got safe and secure so it's not really Oskol Misra right or it's not about Wi

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Fi Misra so I mean

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insha Allah who I mean in a you know gladly was sitting in Makati he were listed now while MF CEO is this nominee insha Allah that we don't fill me fill me with the whole

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coming to Egypt God willing safe and secure

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God willing. That's better yeah ya know who am I and Hulu filha de la Phil Emery. That's what some of them said

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with a chef and then mushy at $1 cut with the holy Elmo KFP. So altogether, enter securely. And Al Khosla ELLIPTA Safi and Bill m&e Feed holy him forgetting Akela Islam what men all through the Holy Quran in sha Allah what took the wood hello mr. Amina insha Allah the cultural harmony

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for how different desert will be the little kingdom from Zara tomorrow Toria lobby Joomla changes a year when and highly will have

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this many of Doha we had

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just just to address one of the confusions of the audience like they're in the palace. They're inside Egypt

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but they're in the palace and so when he says moving to Egypt or going to Egypt he's saying the country is now open for you. They don't physically have to be outside of Egypt for him to say that so just like for example if you met me at the machine saying Go into the city right so that was like I'm already in the city because most cities inside the city would you mean go into the city yeah which go round enjoy. Right so they don't have to be outside for that to work just don't be robots

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oh my goodness German Oh my goodness. Okay.

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Secure by God's will? No, yeah, I have I have

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I'm thinking about it because

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come if God if God were safe and secure by God's Will

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are safe and secure if God wills see God willing is kind of the kind of Sheltie with gets through. Yeah, I just handing on God's will. I just had a had just a punctuation problem with it.

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Safe and secure. Comma, God willing? Yeah.

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I think comma.

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Yeah, just pentagon, like the heavy the sentence looks with those commas.

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You're gonna love my prepositions today.

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I mean, safe and secure. Why can't we use Allah here? Now you're, we're on Iron number 99. And you're asking that question.

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This is a biblical story. And we are also expecting a good number of our

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Jewish Christian audiences that have background in the story, to read this translation. When Allah is being talked about outside of the story, meaning Allah is commenting or the prophet is being spoken to Sai Salam, etc, we're resorting back to Allah. And when the biblical account is being talked about, we are going to be using God and we have decided in our translation work to kind of use them interchangeably and kind of decide within the workings of a Surah or a passage, which one to choose.

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Please Allah subhanaw taala Yeah, hopefully Yes, please.

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I mean, so the question why can't we use a level we can we can. It's a choice making that choice you take a number of things into consideration. And so some people will choose that way some people choose that mean by God's will advance into Egypt that's it's more be vanilla or mushy. Atilla that's the by God's Will

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okay, how do you feel about this? I'm trying to just get out of bed thinking about coming to Egypt

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in safety so Alexei physical, but why safe and secure. But I mean, it's just a turn of phrase. It's just something we say in English safe and safe and well, wasn't safe and secure, but you're safe and well. That's weird, safe and well. Don't say well, nobody says safe and security, but this story well.

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COVID safe and well. Oops.

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Okay, I think we can just remove that first comma

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I come back to Egypt safe and secure God willing.

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Yeah. And

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I think that the God willing then attaches to all of that as as I've actually wanted it to, but it's particularly effective and it's in proximity of safe and secure so that still works

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okay, okay.

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Right. Well Rafa, I have a way he should be up on but anyway, I wanted to dramatize the raised high up upon had his parents raised but let's see what you want to do with that.

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What if a boy here allows you a curveball and also Judah

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so and he had his parents

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raised, you know, I don't see a need to take away the immediacy of it. Especially because he would feel that it's such a personal act that he's doing so and he raised his parents I think it's getting better in that way okay.

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Even if you know some other services when we're involved but maybe not I mean, like I see him taking them by hand he's been there in his embrace and it right and he raised

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his parents

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high upon the throne

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so what was the alternative loosing up onto the throne? Oh yeah, yeah. Or the

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I wanted to create the mid the majesty of the scene

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and he raised his parents high

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upon the throne

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the throne in the Arabic hours has a height element to it Sure. So I just wanted to kind of any raise his parents up to the throne he raised his parents on to the throne resist his high

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it's just a high upon I'm not sure about

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I like raised this pin is high

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to the throne

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that still doesn't click with high on the throne

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I had to sit on the throne raised his parents high on I thought high upon was natural

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What were you high upon when you noticed the mountain was walking here? Okay is good

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and he raised his parents up to the throne

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is sort of more

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What if you get rid of hi for a moment

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we get to the basic shell translation that people are probably using he raised his parents raised upon still I don't think we say raised upon

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you play something upon yeah but I think you raised so why don't you take the word placed

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and replace it with raised he placed his parents high upon the throne

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that would work

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because the refer would come from high

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raised to the throne yeah

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so raised up of course has a bit of redundancy but it's very frequent one to raise up and raise his parents up to the throne

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I was thinking about elevated to I chose not to

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was allrights Rafa and he raised in all caps, making it the final solution. Sorry German keyboards Kiss Me

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too soon

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let's the season that you were on.

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like we're not comfortable with this now and he raised his penis up to the throne I am comfortable it's a bit commonplace I think I'm trying to access my tab with other translations last summer

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it's probably quite commonplace but yeah, it just seems the natural thing to re enter the

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right so what's the next phase are called Rula who saw Jordan

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right so clearly you've done something here.

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I see.

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Okay, so there is discussion here amongst facility in about

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you know, what's up with

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Yaqoob Islam and he's a prophet bowing

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you know, due to someone who is regardless of his status is lower than him and status is his son and Yaqoob is among the major prophets and but why why would someone sitting up on the throne he just sat up on the throne he can't be incisa Yeah. Yeah. So there is also that practical question as well. So what kind of level A ABA who what who Okay, let me read equity facut who Elisa be back

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in a row here. Here you go.

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We Enya Kunal everwhere and he will refer to her ruler who

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laid out that really he I don't know I could do a fun fact that we love the dream

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that we know you could take the home and take it back to the Dasha co Coburn and just consider the ocean full accommodate mafia and just not really part of the meal.

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So he's going back to the first item right only searching yeah

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one more play we can play

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well, I'm not sure I want to commit to this rest of them. I mean, if you right that's why everyone we can we can find a way that the words allow a couple of possibilities to be at play. So he raised his parents up to the throne

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worker rule

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I'm going to do the bulgy eye emoji for this question who started Is this the stars he envisioned?

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I mean it's it's good to have the realization that's the excitement of use of fireside himself is having that excitement at this moment. You know, I was looking through the comments yesterday after the session and so many people were just feeling really in the moment of the hardship they are feeling Yes yes. Please move on quicker

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they just because we're spending so long in these very distressing is handled I appreciate that people are you know, connecting on that level and that's so good. Yeah, so your 100 million is someone who is will route Yeah, this this is what happened

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that's actually how we reacted to the thing. Yep. So

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good. So the racist pairs up to the throne. So we're Heroux it's not I mean, you come with a very highly sense of the world

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but it's just a well really here is otherwise it'd be one other rule or something like that. Yeah.

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So it's and in the sense of then

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so then

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two words from you. Oh, no.

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I read then I was like oh

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well, Andy

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fell before Okay, um, let's work with this. Just can we get away from prostrate

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Okay, fell before Him face to the ground. Do you're just spelling out what Hello loser today's I just want to be simple in language when it comes to this.

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And because the word prostrate is not used outside of our literature. And what is very I don't know.

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I watch them bow down for me. down

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what are we looking at? I don't think we have to have the same translation. Okay.

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I mean,

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here you're just spelling something out.

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old granny. So now you ask the question several times.

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We got to do this

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Thanks. So

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there's a miss something. So the fell from physical. So we have an issue now in the translation as to whether there is

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the pronouns are making any sense to people, that's when I need to see here.

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And he raised his pants up to the throne.

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And they all

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fell before him faces to the ground. If we just said and they know at the moment it resists specifically his parents fell before him. Right, right. So this is the opposite of them. Well, we gotta we gotta do they all. If it's a deal, then, in a way we've committed to that includes the parents, I think.

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Yeah, so I haven't succeeded in providing you the way out. I'm not so committed to that way out.

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mean, what we could do is put a note and see like, there's another way of looking at it. Is there though legitimately?

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Or is that just what Lisa bedeck I mean, the point is that, you know, I Lucy doesn't like that idea of because Dr. DE Nicola. I agree with him. Yeah. No, actually, I agree with him too.

00:31:18--> 00:31:19

You know, but

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and go, you know, also, although it doesn't matter too much but biblically as well. The old wasn't wasn't including the the father.

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Okay, I don't know if there's a comment needed

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to put something I don't think we should

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Okay, let's leave that. I avoided the whole to him,

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resorted to before him to save my obscure interpretation. Yeah, I don't care much for your obscure attention, but I'm okay with keeping it as a broad. Okay. Yeah. Yeah, I'll take that. We've had some strong arguments.

00:32:13--> 00:32:38

Anyway, I think there's, like, it raises a question for them for silly, no doubt, as to what's involved if for one person frustrating to another person, right. So there are well established answers you can find in the def series. Along the lines, that frustration is not always an act of worship, it can be a type of the cream, and then you've got the comparison with the angels and add them and so on.

00:32:39--> 00:32:48

But fell before emphasis again, is fine. Because, you know, that's a description of what happened or who levels agenda

00:32:49--> 00:33:04

level indicates the directionality. Right. Luckily, here above, fell before in face to the ground. You understand it that way anyway. Okay. Well, Carla? Yeah. abiti. What do we do with a table for

00:33:05--> 00:33:09

that? Just add, okay, so then that

00:33:17--> 00:33:30

I think from a psychological nurturing point of view, a sub note about the TA indicative indicative of love, and respect should be, but that's what we did, you know, by transiting his dad,

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I guess.

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And I think they explained that

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this is what was behind my vision long ago.

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This is what was behind.

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So that will,

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in some places where, you know,

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they're asking him for the debt, we'll have the dream that they're having

00:34:00--> 00:34:29

in the prison. And you can understand what they mean by that is what is going to come of this, how is it going to be manifested? They're not asking for that we like to feel right as an explanation. Yeah. The asking for what is it going to end up with this way in May at all really? So some people are suggesting, by the way, before you go there, beloved dad, dear dad, etc. The problem with all of that is we don't use it. You don't say beloved dead.

00:34:30--> 00:34:45

That gee, you say Baba under g, love you. d, d, d, d, d, d, d, d, d, etc. Most importantly, we already thought about the submitted Yes. And we don't say Oh, my dear father, because we have the apathy in reverse for

00:34:46--> 00:34:59

me has been discussed. And now that we settled on that, yep. 100 This is what was so we were talking about that wheel and how it's not really referring to what we call the fear. Mm.

00:35:00--> 00:35:06

And so you could say it is the outcome. You could say it's the manifestation.

00:35:08--> 00:35:23

Not the interpretation. No. So interpretation is the one that's wrong in this situation. Yeah. So when Allah has witnesses that will Hadith, that could be interpretation, when they say the bit Nabbit that really he

00:35:24--> 00:35:41

that could be interpretation by his interpretation that is also that this practical outcome and manifestation Yeah, what so we said what it really means. I think we said what it really means. So that's closer to interpretation. That king doesn't ask for the wheel. Oh, incontinence a taboo.

00:35:42--> 00:35:54

nebith nebith That really, right? Yeah. He said he does it that will in continental royal look, the root Yeah. Taboo rune. So both terms are used there.

00:35:56--> 00:35:59

So what they're getting at is what it leads to, what will come of it.

00:36:01--> 00:36:02


00:36:03--> 00:36:13

the, the imagery of that will also is it comes back to the origin. Right? So it's this outcome, but the outcome almost is like where it started from.

00:36:14--> 00:36:17

As if you know, this is going to be deep so I'm sorry

00:36:18--> 00:36:25

4% of you will get this so it's like the event has an existence before the dream

00:36:26--> 00:36:43

right. So the dream emanates from it. And then it comes full circle returning back to the event itself. So the event exists in the in the knowledge of Allah. Yeah. And in a way in the world of potentialities. Right. In animal Emery before it.

00:36:45--> 00:37:11

Is the thing is the thing out there in the world of scholarship, right? And then the whole call call and we'll explain the you know, animal element. Yeah, so in a way it has an existence in Allah's knowledge before it comes manifest in the world. Right. So some of these things which Allah has planned and prepared and decreed and inform the angels in a way they are out there before they manifest

00:37:12--> 00:37:22

so even sometimes, people can come to know of it because the world of dreams is one that connects to the world of spirits the 4% 74% is with me

00:37:23--> 00:37:31

so the world of dreams connects to the world of spirits where there's knowledge of the angels and even you know things or conversations are happening yeah.

00:37:32--> 00:37:48

In things that we as human beings generally don't connect to don't understand. So when a person does that we'll if they have genuine knowledge of this right of course is a big space for fraudsters and so on to enter into this but people have genuine knowledge they crucify South Asia can

00:37:50--> 00:37:55

can see what that actually is referring to in Parliament Hulk what's going to happen

00:37:56--> 00:38:01

so that's what this is this is that we'll This is the manifestation of

00:38:02--> 00:38:21

my dream that happened before. So I like that word manifestation. Yeah, but what's behind is also right that's what I'm just pointing to the fact that yeah, it is the endpoint but it's also going back to the Start Right? Right right because that event existed before the vision have existed.

00:38:24--> 00:38:26

I Thought Manifestation would be

00:38:27--> 00:38:38

too fancy too fancy word for such an emotional moment? Well, you know the other word that we do use or in German industrialization okay

00:38:40--> 00:38:44

you will see that the dream has become has been realized Yeah.

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Can we say this is the reality of life although we've got has made it a reality Kujala are a bit yeah, so we were going to have the word real there right.

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So we could either have manifestation here or we could have along the lines of what you're already

00:39:05--> 00:39:06

what leave behind

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Okay, I like federalization I think that is much deeper than I give you credit for

00:39:21--> 00:39:28

drinking you won't get this every day. I feel like yes, the guy that worked for Mr. Burns. You're not as dumb as you look.

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smothers smoothers I feel like

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I got acknowledged.

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So I said that. This is what lay behind my vision logo. Mm hmm.

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Long ago. Good.

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Back in the day

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are you

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Way back then

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like his his remaining you know yeah you and I back then then if yeah there's drop that in there if

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if coronally happy if call us Ophelia v

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we back if

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got the Jana how to be her car my nurturing Master I think we yep

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if I can find a German coulomb there we go my nurturing Master

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has made it to reality gyla How be Hakka

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and he was so good to me

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us and IB is very it's very hard to just read it you know

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in a cold linguistic way yeah so so full of feeling

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SRB in a collage any minister Geneva be criminal by doing by the another shape on obeying you obey Nativity in Nabila three fully my usher

00:41:26--> 00:41:32

in no hula Halima Hakeem so and he was so good to me but I sent me

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okay, yeah so good digital, it'd be very bland otherwise and he was good to me

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and he was so good to

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just kind of putting it

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Yeah, yeah, that's true.

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And he was so good to me

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when he brought me out of the prison

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which I'd be committed but and then brought you

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so then kind of fits the context you know and then

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brought you all out from the outskirts

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we don't need the out Jabby community by the way

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from the far reaches on a run the bed okay.

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We do need to have some The Boondocks from the from the sticks

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from the burned

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from the heart

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So what's what's other alternatives submitted by Al Abadi? awasu Elbasy top middle order in numbers so maybe they can MFE Yep, dueling now that really added me my worry. Smoke the car, Alan Berea, T

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local. What do you call undeveloped lands?

00:43:08--> 00:43:11

countryside Yeah.

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countryside sold sounds familiar and accessible.

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Which had sound

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wilderness wilderness. Maybe too far with wilderness but like, maybe okay.

00:43:28--> 00:43:29

Let me see.

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Will there because they did have a wolf in the area, kind of

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wilderness meaning.

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A wolf,

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uncultivated, uninhabited and hospitable region.

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neglected or abandoned area generally neglected but that's not uncultivated. They did have uncovered the rural area

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Bedouin life remote the remote areas

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Uh huh. remote areas is good.

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The only thing I

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but remote from what that's what

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like I have this problem when people say oh Glasgow is very far. I said well, it's not when you're in Glasgow.

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It's not far you're

00:44:23--> 00:44:29

ever thought about that. So this is a general is removed from what when you're there is no

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more color on this city is to call our LinkedIn for LinkedIn.

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And I say how can anyone say events we will disclose it's literally called

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man's field

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let's look at the word Bedouin

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nomadic Arabic the desert, the Nomad regions.

00:45:01--> 00:45:02

No man reasons

00:45:05--> 00:45:06

No Man's Land

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no not no man's land

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but it's true he's in he's in Egypt and there they were in the outskirts they were in the outskirts sounds like just outside the city RIAs the

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so things should Bedouin comes from Badawi.

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Hope you knew that

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nomadic tribes desert region I'm just looking for words that are used in the context discussion which means desert whether its contribution contrasted with how their literal areas sedentary people, rural areas. Yeah, rural was suggested we did

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let's just look at the word rural

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Okay, let me look at the word rural just to see that it's got the right sense for us

00:46:16--> 00:46:23

characteristic of the countryside rather than the town. Yeah. I think that's a good word. Let me look at the word countryside.

00:46:24--> 00:46:27

The land and senior of a rural area. Thanks.

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Rural, what my concern is, does it in this country rural means farmland

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you know, fertile areas. Yeah, that's just trying to make sure it's not like that. Because well, they're in an area where it's not necessarily fertile and not much farming I imagined that they would be and the only reason they had trouble is because those wells right up

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I mean, what else are they doing all the way out there?

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There's a well there's woods. Yeah.

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Okay, I think rural is a good choice

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from the rural back lands

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bad backwoods

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peripheries but then why not just the countryside reducing true Yes. Like the word is countryside

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yeah yeah. And brought you all from the countryside

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even after so I have shipped on you Satan earlier

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and is it a shame upon

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yeah Satan How was five held back a sheen outskirts her her

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that's my favorite video game references something

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anyway okay. And

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but you're all from the countryside

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Eve even after Satan created discord between me

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all right.

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Create a discord

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I was gonna say miserable Yeah, I was gonna say pause the disturbance caused the stir

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Yeah, but it sounded less violent and less

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aggressive compared to what happened and I've said our Russia was looming desert Rob we looked up better either NASA

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not going to do okay why? Well hammer they had a god. Worse than a delicacy ship on Magellan. Lister Paul Glenbrook with the Spokeo

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insight incite instigate. instigate is a good word

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yeah but instigate one against the other call created instigation

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so if you want to keep the between something that goes with it yeah well if you hit the Fed in under three beam a bond with a Crotalus Emily Emily lesson learned the narrative added belay Assalamo pIan

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caused rifts

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okay, I mean that's also nice that's nice. Yeah.

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Or caused a rift caused a rift Yeah.

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Yeah, I'm twice I even like the other better. Yeah.

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It takes away from the

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A very specific sense of Nirvana

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so that didn't find my yeah it's like an agitation

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hostility agitated is actually going in and agitated between

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agitated between me and my brothers Does that make sense? No it doesn't make sense who said that created agitation caused agitation

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I mean you do get a sense of to agitate

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but anyway I think let's try this caused a rift

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rift isn't that the distance yeah it is yes. I don't think that works sounds nice but I don't think it works as a genuine expression for

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nuts like there's a there's a being annoyed

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a serious disagreement the separate two people have been friends and stuff so friendship Yeah, that's not what this is.

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All right.

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Order are some synonyms for discord

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animosity friction.

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Strife, yeah people see so strife also

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conflict also works friction now

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hostility also works

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hostility is actually quite good I think

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of the aggressiveness of it the

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you know the offense of it

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the poking pneus of it is inside hostility when you're hostile towards caused hostility yeah caused hostility Yeah. Or created hostility caused hostility created a creative friction just sounds too soft like

00:52:15--> 00:52:21

volatility no not volatility dissension no to so conflict

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Oh, so it conflict Yeah.

00:52:27--> 00:52:28

What was full hostility

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to so hostility

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so the words we're looking for folks are words that tie in some way to the word NASA which actually has to do with literally poking someone agitating them and so it has to have some kind of an aggressiveness in it so people falling apart or people aren't liking each other or resenting those are all softer. So we want to go for something that has some level of aggressiveness in it

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that's why like, hostility can be quite physical and

00:53:06--> 00:53:08

sewed hostility is nice.

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Okay, well, you know, like no, oh,

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just start with this is this is sword you don't know sword.

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Salad. Let's see the salad No.

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No, masters to set up.

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Right. So sort of cells in between me and my brothers

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in rugby league fully my Asscher. But we're not putting Boehner twice because that's just how you say it in Arabic. But anyway, now you have to repeat Boehner? So it's not a special usage of the seminars? Yeah.

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In Nabila, thankfully, my Asscher the sentence was getting too long. So even though there's a causality possible here, I figured well, with a new sentence. In fact, I don't really see it as daleel anyway. Okay. It's just like an exclamation that. Wow.

00:54:17--> 00:54:34

You know, based on everything that we've just said, Surely, yeah, that truly is it but really, I don't know. I wondered that. But yeah, let's do it. We don't prefer every inner a truly or a verily, indeed. But yeah, sometimes. That's what was that's what it's doing.

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And normally, you know, we would avoid putting something like that at the start of a sentence. Yes. It's not very natural to do that. Well, we can't what can we say my master truly is subtle.

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Because it just I think the tone here is like this. Okay.

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It's like a star job.

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00:55:03--> 00:55:04

my master

00:55:06--> 00:55:08

now to fully my Usha, a subtle

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subtlety in the eye. Because yesterday between me and my brothers, yeah. As opposed to my brothers and I, or myself, right, because the hostility was the first perpetrator of the hostility and the only real perpetrator of the hostility is actually the brothers. So why is he putting himself first and proximity proximity himself with the nozzle, because the thought of him

00:55:35--> 00:55:45

and what he represented, he has his existence in the minds of his brothers was an offense. But in their minds, he was the first offender.

00:55:46--> 00:55:57

You know, and that's what the devil was able to do. He was able to take him and make him the if they're only reacting to an existing offense in their mind. They're not, they're not the perpetrators.

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So there's a subtle thing here about the way the devil works. And just putting, I mean, just, I think grammatically, it kind of doesn't work. Well, if you were to reverse them, you know, brand equity Mulvaney also, yeah. But the fact that he's mentioned himself at all. Israel, Mark, yeah, you know, he could just said, you know, the how the Satan incited my brothers against. Yeah, he said that. Yeah. That would be perfectly true. But he's being gentle with them. He's doing the latter. FRIB. He's, he's saying, Okay, no, I'm not going to use words that will. You know, I'm not doing that for three now. Oh, I knew he was going to. Yeah, no, no, go ahead. Take a shot. Take a shot.

00:56:40--> 00:56:47

Well, they deserve it. But yeah, he's gracious. He's being magnanimous. Now, the thing with people that are sorry,

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is that here's the sorry, is sometimes a very thin layer.

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So if they if they say, sorry, and then you say, Yeah, but, you know, what, are you really sorry? For you realize what you did? Do you really fully realize the extent of what you did? Are you still downplaying the thing and then saying, sorry for it, so when someone digs even a little bit in, then the sorry, disappears. And the you know what, I'm not that sorry. You know, what, actually, I'm not sorry, though, and that the reality of it comes out. And one of the things that use of Elisa Lam is doing here, in a very subtle way is not to allow their,

00:57:29--> 00:57:34

their potential hostility to flare up again. So the language is actually very

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de escalating, it's defusing the situation more and more and more, like they've come to acknowledge it good. That doesn't mean that that acknowledgment is going to last. Or that you can take that acknowledgement and beat someone up. Now, what we learned from that on a side note is that when someone does apologize, what happens is, the visual when someone does apologize is like they put their arms down, they're not fighting anymore, they they put their arms out, and someone who's been on the receiving end is like, well, they just put their arms down, there is no defense, now I can take my shots, right? Which then if you don't deal with gently, the arms are gonna go back up, and

00:58:15--> 00:58:31

it's gonna, you know, further escalate so there's a subtle art to dealing with an apology in a gentle way and not seeing that as the first opportunity to finally lash back. Right that's that's very beautifully captured here. Anyway.

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So, just to finish the

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here he alone

00:58:40--> 00:58:41

is all knowing

00:58:44--> 00:58:45

perfect in wisdom.

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So, do you like Master is subtle in enacting whatever he will still be fully MIOSHA Yeah, I was thinking about we could think about some

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other wordings.

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subtle, I mean, so, Latif, as you know, of course.

00:59:07--> 00:59:15

Means on one level, that means that barely noticeable, it can like his will penetrates anything, right? So actually even in

00:59:17--> 00:59:21

again, 8% of people in the shadow will understand this. Okay. So,

00:59:23--> 01:00:00

in Arabic language when they're conceptualizing the pafa, right, they mean for something to be so fine. That means subtle. That means it can get through because like, you know, they can mask these masks that block 99% Yeah. Well that 1% gets through is Latif is Latif enough to get through and the breath can get through because the thief but yes, the particulates are supposed to be stopped by it, right. Yeah. So, him being Latif subhanaw taala refers to the his wealth and whatever he intends to be the any obstacle that is supposed to be in his way. It's not necessarily your image the image

01:00:00--> 01:00:24

regardless that the obstacle gets knocked down, it's just wherever he goes goes through any obstacle, right? So he and his beard is lovely flim Ayesha dealt with I think gets in the way of what he was. So the word subtle, although the word subtle actually does correspond to native even in this way it's quite subtle how it does so and I don't think many people are familiar with the idea of subtlety

01:00:25--> 01:00:36

it comes with a sense of penetration and penetration Yes. How do we get that through penetrating you know, but I don't think it sends the right way he might master

01:00:39--> 01:00:41

getting set in

01:00:43--> 01:00:45

almost like I'm getting through or in

01:00:47--> 01:00:59

Yes, so the kick if you could keep subtle but then instead of enacting we have something that has this image up of has his will penetrate trade through something like

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01:01:08--> 01:01:09


01:01:11--> 01:01:17

piercing is kind of more more aggressive, it's more violent. It's in the region. Yeah.

01:01:22--> 01:01:23


01:01:24--> 01:01:25

delicate the.

01:01:26--> 01:01:30

So sometimes we try to Latif is often translated as gentle as though Yeah.

01:01:33--> 01:01:46

Yeah, and that's another sense of subtle, right. Which is which is another shade of meaning I think, which is relevant. Let's see here. It was he talks about it. So it's okay if I was to kind of

01:01:48--> 01:01:54

I noticeably executes whatever He wills like delicately.

01:02:01--> 01:02:09

lottery for the tool, Qatif where your absolute fear and hurricane Harvey fatigue but without wood the key

01:02:10--> 01:02:12

was to lie down and intervene This is

01:02:15--> 01:02:18

subtly intervenes to means Yeah.

01:02:20--> 01:02:28

Delicately intervenes and noticeably intervenes intervenes and noticeably

01:02:30--> 01:02:32

to enact whatever He wills

01:02:34--> 01:02:41

I like thank you for intervening to Tikka for was my talebi healer at me he made the movie where if the Hebrew Bibles

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so also the sense of change Jen Jen Jones Yes there

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is so what were you suggesting here how Okay, so my master suddenly intervenes to enact suddenly intervenes or delicately intervenes or unnoticeably

01:03:01--> 01:03:03

Okay, let's go suddenly suddenly intervenes.

01:03:20--> 01:03:22

to enact whatever He wills

01:03:23--> 01:03:27

I think it really gets there so you know, we had this

01:03:28--> 01:03:32

thing about putting this with that well Lucha Libre highlight Hungary

01:03:34--> 01:03:59

and then in our ability full immersion, I remember we spoke about this first time and I we talked about on the phone and I was like, said no, ma'am. I've had the greatest you know, Allah opened something to me today. I was thinking about how, you know, the first part of Allah says that he is live over whatever he was, he will have it done. But then it's balanced. And then you just finish my sentence from it and you've already thought about it and had already

01:04:01--> 01:04:15

one thing, one thing that I could just think of, in fairness, I didn't get it myself. That was Mears paper. Okay, yeah. You had said I read it 2004 me unmute it then you soy

01:04:16--> 01:04:32

latte fully my Usha The other thing here is like we have an English and expression something like God works in mysterious ways. Yes, yes. Yes. That's the sort of nature of it. Yeah, but I don't think the translation should look like that. No. Okay, I think we're going to have to pause for prayer. I'll just

01:04:34--> 01:04:39

we'll finish this inshallah. And we'll start with the next day when we come back, okay.

01:04:45--> 01:04:45


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Please recite Oh is a command ready yeah our commands ready saw them in a cricket even need to don't know what you're signing

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up because they haven't ain't any mineral Moodle key to any mean that we really had the E file to your summer team will probably

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tell Molly ye in dunya well

01:37:13--> 01:37:15

there were funny Muslim

01:37:16--> 01:37:22

al Hikone you saw yeah he in me

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100 level Salatu was Salam O Allah, Allah Allah Allah He BH pain ceremony calm everyone. We are going to now try to finish up our work on the surah

01:37:35--> 01:37:37

the last part of 100 What did we say?

01:37:39--> 01:37:44

He alone is all knowing perfect and wisdom. How did you like that rendition with Hakeem?

01:37:46--> 01:37:56

fine for now? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, I think that because we want to make finish. We can fine tune a few things a little bit after we can rethink. Yeah, but you know, I'm happy with us. Okay.

01:37:58--> 01:38:43

So, Rob, because it's a 20 minute mark, what did I scribbled down my master? I think I missed a phrase and desire, the fatherless America a lot. But anyway, let's put that in. You have really granted me I'm a bit uncomfortable at the really? Yeah, me too. I just wanted to throw something in to figure out what's wrong with the cut aspect. Yeah. You have really granted me a great deal of dominion. At first I said hi. But then a chamber of seed does see like this. I better than halimun. Yeah, because a min is whatever he is, but it's not but it's tougher to clean. And yet, he's also isn't he indicating you're up you actually have the milk? You there's a couple of interesting things

01:38:43--> 01:38:44

that are happening here.

01:38:45--> 01:38:56

You have given me some milk. Also, it's probably not okay for him to say rugby titanio milk for religious reasons, but also for political reasons.

01:38:57--> 01:38:59

Because he doesn't have Al Mulk al Malik has Almog.

01:39:00--> 01:39:05

Right, and it's also an acknowledgment that I have been given, you know, a role

01:39:06--> 01:39:13

molecular as Dominion or Mulk as authority. I say I say authority and control. Yeah, yeah.

01:39:17--> 01:39:21

I don't know if you're a bit both. No, I don't do authority.

01:39:23--> 01:39:24


01:39:26--> 01:39:35

So I am not that inclined to the great deal even though mamma Lucia St. Lucie, I found that the context seems to be saying it.

01:39:36--> 01:39:46

I see the context differently. Explain to me, his humble servant, because the Attorney General Mulk what is the bulk of this?

01:39:47--> 01:39:47

There's nothing

01:39:48--> 01:39:58

you have the molecule the entire universe my misreading of that will be Yeah, Allah you just give me a little bit. No, but he's not saying Oh, you're only give me a little bit. He's you've given me some work

01:39:59--> 01:39:59


01:40:00--> 01:40:16

Not like, you have given me a tremendous amount? Well, because I don't think that's the point. I don't think there's anything about the GridView that is relevant to this. The point that he's making isn't you've given me a measure and a taste of authority. Well, I limped an image that will Hadith as well.

01:40:19--> 01:40:22

Even though, like sometimes I get these people who said, You

01:40:24--> 01:40:28

are this document I went, I learned so much from that scholar.

01:40:30--> 01:40:31

And then okay, so you know, so much that.

01:40:32--> 01:41:14

I mean, people mean, it may mean it in a good way. But they may also mean it in a bad way, either by thinking the way you speak, right? You can see a benefit is so much and fixed so much ignorance that I had that that'd be humble, to say, I gained so much knowledge from the Unity oh my god, I learned so much. So many videos I watched but it also means I have so much knowledge now. So even though I don't want to scare you, because sometimes say something, I'm just saying there's a way of better adapt and use by some demonstrate. Okay, so if you read it that way, but then you say, You have granted me some authority. If you did if you went that route, that sounds still

01:41:15--> 01:41:21

kind of not unthankful Yeah, it sounds I'm thankful that thank you for that word.

01:41:23--> 01:41:26

You've granted me a taste of authority or taste is maybe like,

01:41:27--> 01:41:31

not quite right. A measure of authority, a measure of authority would work.

01:41:36--> 01:41:39

Would you analytic, like a measure of authority allowed to Sedona

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will take about one minute one minute that will be an AMA oto bow one min Jensen molecule Valga minister will Sharon Vienna del Carmen jalebi Fiji Jan EB moleculight Wolfie Jana bear with me he Shavon Colleen

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and those who have been assured us legacy Ibn are short things like me know, I think like I'm not sure it's also self praise. Yeah. I thinking aligned with the panache was thinking.

01:42:07--> 01:42:09

Thinking Okay, that's

01:42:10--> 01:42:11


01:42:12--> 01:42:15

I see is gonna cry if you don't show I 100 What could provide a level of personnel?

01:42:17--> 01:42:19

A couple of video and

01:42:21--> 01:42:21

a heart.

01:42:24--> 01:42:28

Okay, so you have something granted me

01:42:31--> 01:42:33

a measure of authority.

01:42:35--> 01:42:36


01:42:37--> 01:42:38

But about really, let's fix really.

01:42:39--> 01:43:03

I just, I'm not seeing a word that sort of fits in here. So you won't but you think the half does it? You granted me as opposed to you have granted me rather than you granted me. Yeah, I suppose it does. Yeah. Okay. Unless there was some sense that we're getting from God. I think it's like, I acknowledge that you have Yeah, so you have granted me Yeah. So okay. You have granted me a measure of authority and taught me

01:43:06--> 01:43:06


01:43:08--> 01:43:15

So this is just okay, words after speech. Okay. What did we say? Exactly? It was long as lines

01:43:18--> 01:43:19

and we'll

01:43:23--> 01:43:29

teach him some of the meanings behind all kinds of speech. I don't know if that'll work here but let's see and taught me

01:43:31--> 01:43:35

so that mean was already there in that earlier expression right.

01:43:37--> 01:43:41

So if you taught me Yeah, and taught me

01:43:42--> 01:43:43

so one

01:43:44--> 01:43:45

of the meanings

01:43:48--> 01:43:48

of all

01:43:52--> 01:43:54

behind for all

01:43:56--> 01:43:59

what was it we said exactly.

01:44:02--> 01:44:05

We had all kinds of speech. Yeah.

01:44:09--> 01:44:16

And that was a real aspect as well. Really, it was behind as you can get rid of the oath now behind oviya.

01:44:21--> 01:44:28

Okay, let's read that again. You have granted me a measure of authority and taught me some of the meanings behind all kinds of speech. What about worldly authority?

01:44:30--> 01:44:32

Ah, German keyword.

01:44:35--> 01:44:45

Measure worldly authority. Yeah. It's like dominion. Yeah, it's like you know, worldly authority authority in the world. Just it helps to know the meanings behind all kinds of speech.

01:44:47--> 01:44:49

That's also humble actually sounds good.

01:44:50--> 01:44:51

Because he knows he doesn't know all of it.

01:44:54--> 01:44:56

mean some of the meanings? Yeah. Yeah.

01:44:59--> 01:44:59


01:45:00--> 01:45:02

I missed something I felt it was similar to the

01:45:07--> 01:45:11

famous famous generation of Nebraska father

01:45:12--> 01:45:14

he said he didn't quite know what father

01:45:15--> 01:45:25

meant to refer to and then I heard some Bedouins arguing over a well who of which of them initiated it and opened one in Savannah total to her

01:45:27--> 01:45:31

to her many understood father is one who splits something open and issues

01:45:33--> 01:45:34


01:45:36--> 01:45:45

well there was some our total so typically it's something like initiator originator I think maybe good yeah.

01:45:46--> 01:45:46

How do you see it

01:45:48--> 01:45:52

tying in yeah the specifics of this name that he invokes

01:45:56--> 01:45:59

list of addresses I must remember

01:46:02--> 01:46:05

it's good to think a new look do you have a holly?

01:46:06--> 01:46:07

Holly Kuma

01:46:10--> 01:46:12

okay, it was a new beginning

01:46:17--> 01:46:25

Yeah, something completely new in their family something completely new and is like a new chapter that has this nice way of looking at it

01:46:38--> 01:46:46

normally for some out I think Mrs. Guys Yeah, I was gonna say the heavens above and the earth below like I wanted to go further with some outlets. Well,

01:46:48--> 01:47:06

it's such a profound expression and we've just made it skies in Earth's skies on Earth. It almost sounds redundant. But there's a beauty and a visualization to do kind of with non physical similarity. Okay, well, originally of the skies and of the Earth makes a bit more focused on it instead of skies. Yeah.

01:47:12--> 01:47:13

You are.

01:47:16--> 01:47:17

My protective friend.

01:47:19--> 01:47:22

So will you protect a friend is nice. Yeah.

01:47:24--> 01:47:24


01:47:25--> 01:47:26

Until you

01:47:31--> 01:47:34

dunya and akhira

01:47:35--> 01:47:37

so elsewhere in Africa, we've said afterlife.

01:47:40--> 01:47:40

But then I have

01:47:41--> 01:47:48

to say about Alaska the last life or the final life, but I don't know if that'll anybody will understand that.

01:47:50--> 01:48:01

So we just go with this life in the next or this life in the afterlife. In the life now and how do I do? Because you can say this life and the afterlife. That's life life.

01:48:04--> 01:48:16

So it's also this world and after world in a way. It's not all about right, like, you know, hired to new hire to Acura right. Okay, or $1 duniya down Yeah. And

01:48:18--> 01:48:19

coming up here.

01:48:22--> 01:48:24

So I think this level the next is kind of,

01:48:25--> 01:48:32

you know, standard enough and gets to the meaning. What about this world and the next?

01:48:37--> 01:48:38

I like that it's original. Yeah.

01:48:40--> 01:48:44

Maybe not original, but good. Okay.

01:48:48--> 01:48:51

You are my protective friend in this world. And,

01:48:53--> 01:48:54

and the next

01:48:58--> 01:49:03

the next one or the next is good. No, just thing as quick, concise and

01:49:04--> 01:49:09

the word funny Muslim and while heckling him something. So here, they have to use them for singing.

01:49:11--> 01:49:17

You've said when the time comes, so they don't all but they don't all see it that way, right? This year, as

01:49:19--> 01:49:24

he's asking, like asking, in that moment, take me now as a Muslim,

01:49:25--> 01:49:55

except, you know, in my life and in my life now. And a Razzie rahamallah. He gets very, you know, he was going through a lot. I mean, we actually get the explains that the end his son had passed away and he was separated from him. And he was, and he wrote this poem at the end of the surah. But it's almost like before that it may have affected this very dark take on this. When he said, Look, when somebody gets to a certain age, and they've done what they need to do in life, they just want to get off this planet.

01:49:57--> 01:49:59

And he says, and I'm 57 and I

01:50:00--> 01:50:00


01:50:02--> 01:50:16

and what is this? What is in this dunya? Anyway, anything that you can enjoy here is basically an in a way like the his points are valid. Yeah, but in a while you eat the doughnuts, but it's just gonna come out what's gonna happen with those?

01:50:17--> 01:50:35

Was there's nothing, nothing real about this pleasure, any pleasure and this is just this is all good. But if you could read it in that way like I'm done take me out but I prefer the other view of this dua as you've indicated here. So when you take me take me as a Muslim, yeah,

01:50:36--> 01:50:36


01:50:39--> 01:50:42

Take me when the time comes as a surrender.

01:50:43--> 01:50:47

I don't know what take me back perhaps, to you telephony?

01:50:48--> 01:50:57

Of course, you know, you could translate it as caused me to die. And that is, that's what the Wi Fi generally indicates.

01:50:58--> 01:51:02

And it does here as well. But in the root of it, it is you know,

01:51:04--> 01:51:24

dictate something back once it's had its time. Yeah. Something in full. Yeah. Defer is defer those to take something back and full. somebody really wants to boubakeur really wants hereafter for the next life really wants in this world and hereafter. Um, it's not like we didn't hear the word hereafter. You know, I mean, yeah.

01:51:25--> 01:51:27

Okay, but what do we do with Muslim?

01:51:29--> 01:51:29


01:51:32--> 01:51:35

submission to the will of Allah subhanaw taala.

01:51:38--> 01:51:46

We need to capture, surrender and peaceful surrender, and willing willful surrender.

01:51:48--> 01:51:51

I mean, so a lot of translations here, we'll just put the word Muslim.

01:51:52--> 01:51:54

You know, then you could explain it.

01:51:55--> 01:51:58

You know, the question is, what kind of resonance it has

01:52:00--> 01:52:13

you know, all through this sort of different words have been used. Muslim is one of those I don't think the word Muslim refers to the religion and everything else doesn't do much of sinning and many other terms are used. Yeah, there were funny Muslim men.

01:52:14--> 01:52:19

I don't quite see it as this film sort of capital M sense of Muslims

01:52:20--> 01:52:47

in the way that obviously we're accustomed to perhaps as a subtle undertone because he is carrying on the legacy of Ibrahim alayhis salam and he's tied to that and Robina which Allah muslim ADA can all of that or metabolome embody but that's coming later on with Iacobelli Salah at the end of his life right? But the hula homos Nemo and so there may be some connection to that but that's more subtle it's really the core meaning of the word.

01:53:13--> 01:53:17

Take some liberties but just trying to fit the different parts of the sentence and

01:53:18--> 01:53:23

let it be in even the peaceful surrender humbles surrender sample submission

01:53:25--> 01:53:27

humble submission is also nice

01:53:28--> 01:53:33

because humble is you know you're doing it with your will yeah

01:53:40--> 01:53:53

and isn't he you know Muslim and black or something like that here in some places you have Islam to you yeah Muslim you know Muslim of my face to you right you know those are the expressions but here just mostly men

01:53:55--> 01:53:56

well equity was solid

01:53:58--> 01:54:00

and allow me to join

01:54:03--> 01:54:05

the ranks of the righteous

01:54:13--> 01:54:16

I was thinking of rank not as

01:54:21--> 01:54:23

an affiliation

01:54:24--> 01:54:30

you are among the rank of so and so like you're affiliated with them? Where this is a prayer for affiliation.

01:54:32--> 01:54:42

Like join me with the righteous is quite literal. And in even this join the rank searches can mean that like let me be among them. Yeah.

01:54:44--> 01:54:53

But then this Yeah, I'll hit Can you beside Haley add me to the list? Yeah. Of those who were on this earth. Yeah. And were righteous and who are mentioned with righteous Yeah.

01:54:56--> 01:54:57

So you know,

01:54:58--> 01:54:59

this and so Dukinfield actually

01:55:00--> 01:55:01

that kind of sense.

01:55:02--> 01:55:10

Like joining an affiliate thing are the two words that came in my mind what affiliate I don't know those two bigger word or an add me to the ranks of the righteous.

01:55:12--> 01:55:12


01:55:13--> 01:55:19

yeah I'll have very literally is add here although it's maybe a bit

01:55:22--> 01:55:23

blunt but

01:55:26--> 01:55:27

add me the to the

01:55:30--> 01:55:31

right so the righteous yeah

01:55:34--> 01:55:36

just refreshness it's that's nice. I like it

01:55:39--> 01:55:40


01:55:41--> 01:55:42

so one or two

01:55:48--> 01:55:51

that was one of the accounts of the unseen

01:55:52--> 01:55:54

liquid number in law EB

01:55:57--> 01:56:02

they'll come in and buy also Yeah, they'll come in and buy it like that was

01:56:03--> 01:56:04

all right.

01:56:05--> 01:56:10

Makes sense that was one of the accounts of the unseen ago capital you

01:56:12--> 01:56:16

that we have delivered through inspiration to you

01:56:18--> 01:56:30

instead of inspired to you I just feel like, inspired to you sounds normal to us now because we use it so much. But if I said to somebody else, hey, I inspired to you, it just

01:56:31--> 01:56:39

it doesn't make any sense to me. Maybe it's just me, but it didn't make. I couldn't visualize or make sense of what that means.

01:56:40--> 01:56:55

Right? Because the way we use inspiration and common literature now. Like I received an inspiration means I had my own idea that came to me. Yeah, yeah. Which was Yeah, exactly. Yeah, that's a good point.

01:56:58--> 01:57:04

We have said right in the beginning since we have already inspired you with this recital. I think we should probably

01:57:07--> 01:57:08

think about that again.

01:57:09--> 01:57:15

But with this recital, you know, maybe yeah, that kind of kind of the issue that you refer to Yeah.

01:57:18--> 01:57:20

Now you've gone through a past tense here

01:57:21--> 01:57:38

and that you probably should fix that yeah, I'm sure if we fix nohi We might have to then that rethink that that is Yeah, so I think that is fine like that above that we should have just heard is Yeah, which we deliver

01:57:39--> 01:57:40

but then

01:57:43--> 01:57:53

But then it's like is it the accounts that are delivered? No he he that yeah, we would deliver that is not no he had it like not here.

01:57:54--> 01:58:00

So that is one of the accounts of the unseen which that which we deliver it

01:58:02--> 01:58:12

that we won't do it well, it isn't Oh like you separate it is an umber allottee no he has no it's not

01:58:14--> 01:58:21

it's that is one of the curves of the scene of the unseen and then there's a call on we deliver it Yeah.

01:58:23--> 01:58:25

Through inspiration to you

01:58:28--> 01:58:32

I know it sounds a little bit that I think that reflects what the sentence is saying yes

01:58:37--> 01:58:39

and then almost by way of explanation

01:58:41--> 01:58:44

or here's what I can tell you what I can tell today him

01:58:46--> 01:58:47

Do we need an ad here

01:58:49--> 01:58:53

I think this the full stop does this okay

01:58:55--> 01:59:03

well my content today him in Agile marijuana moron or I keep complaining to you about this consensus thing ya know?

01:59:06--> 01:59:11

Because is it the fork or Allah cada that's what we've said

01:59:14--> 01:59:18

I read it you didn't read it but

01:59:19--> 01:59:25

I'm gonna find it again. Find it fine. I'll speak to her to whoever wrote that stuff soon was

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01:59:28--> 01:59:31

I will check he said something he read it in English that's what I know.

01:59:32--> 01:59:35

But as you know, we saw it earlier right

01:59:38--> 01:59:52

I see why it's also a problem element that will be here will add your metal a lot if you're able to jump it wouldn't make sense here that the no agreed zero. Do you agree to do this right? As your model

01:59:53--> 01:59:59

when you want to reach consensus to some edge macro Allah. But also that's not the Quranic usage. That's

02:00:00--> 02:00:05

Right OSI edge model here means that we transit has gathered resolve

02:00:08--> 02:00:09

HML and moron

02:00:10--> 02:00:26

that's that's like your your thoughts might be hidden there but then you sort of gather your resolve and have determination to do something that's hard to explain this term so as they gathered when they

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02:00:31--> 02:00:32


02:00:35--> 02:00:37

on their decision is okay

02:00:39--> 02:00:47

when they gather resolve but don't Don't you do not need on their decision anymore when they gathered their resolve is enough

02:00:48--> 02:00:53

is about remember I'm here as much Bhangra home yeah

02:00:55--> 02:01:07

well I said I said gather or just fragile before just keep in mind okay so the amerihome is something that it here in the expression in Edmonton amerihome or Holmium guru

02:01:14--> 02:01:18

so help me understand this problem here. I don't know what I said as a resolved upon their decision

02:01:24--> 02:01:25

I don't know if that's entirely

02:01:26--> 02:01:28

English, entirely English.

02:01:31--> 02:01:32

So help me understand this part.

02:01:34--> 02:01:37

So they gathered result, which means this decision is made.

02:01:38--> 02:01:39

So there's no more need from luck

02:01:41--> 02:01:52

in the sense of plotting and planning, so why is the Heil, making it seem like the resolve isn't gathered when the results already gathered? Let's see.

02:01:53--> 02:01:54

What it say here.

02:01:57--> 02:02:04

Well, my controller didn't include the use of okay, it added about Mr. Holmes. Well who Agera whom ELV lab to job

02:02:05--> 02:02:09

that's the AMA, or whom am karoun be here? We're gonna go over

02:02:10--> 02:02:21

well, Joomla tequila candelilla Allah commonly telecommute and Bella vibe okay the whole sentence that is more honey Laker la salatu salam well man and they had a number of label limitada for level working okay

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Hina as mo Allah Muhammad will be here

02:02:27--> 02:02:37

mean any agile Hello feel happy to be well Holmium Karuna behave Amina Mala Mala de la for Allah, Allah McKenzie Vika and Nico mela kita hadden Samia Delica Tilem Domingo

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No, he's not getting into that question. I have maybe a thought about it. But let me see what other people thought first.

02:02:52--> 02:02:53

Can you hit mute for a second?

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02:03:09--> 02:03:10


02:03:16--> 02:03:21

while Holmium Quran was a while right, yeah. So

02:03:23--> 02:03:32

in their state of skimming, I thought we can read this. This is a reading into the text now carrying out their skin

02:03:38--> 02:03:41

okay, I'm not getting much from the from these dossiers, but

02:03:45--> 02:03:50

in the course of their scheming, it's just sort of like because this is wrapping up the story.

02:03:53--> 02:04:02

It's just it's just the use of the synonyms or the different aspect the different words that are correct. Connected. You know, we've heard about their McLaren there. Yeah.

02:04:08--> 02:04:10

And you certainly weren't there in their midst.

02:04:14--> 02:04:16

When they resolved upon their decision,

02:04:18--> 02:04:21

if HML AMRAAM were Holmium karoun

02:04:23--> 02:04:25

and carried out their plot.

02:04:27--> 02:04:30

And scheme is the word we've never used Kim for Cade. Right?

02:04:31--> 02:04:32

We distinguish

02:04:33--> 02:04:38

MACRA we only had as muckraking the revenue there MACRA in the Surah.

02:04:40--> 02:04:48

I don't remember. I might use plot just so I don't use the same word for Kate. You want to lose the plot?

02:04:50--> 02:04:50

I'm going to

02:04:51--> 02:04:52

stop there right there.

02:04:53--> 02:04:54


02:04:55--> 02:04:59

one day resolved upon their decision while carrying out their plot.

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02:05:02--> 02:05:03

it's still not

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quite so I mean if you go straight for heart What do you get while they were plotting?

02:05:11--> 02:05:23

As they plotted? Yeah. Okay if we leave the translation from what do we feel from this? You know? Yes let it come in we'll have a new remote control limit ameriwood amerihome or Holmium Quran

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it almost seems like the warm young Quran precedes it Ma Ma

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like as if the very tip of Holmium Quran was asthma rombro In the course of their plots yeah

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resolved upon the decision in the course of their plotting

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in the course of their plotting

02:05:53--> 02:05:56

Yeah, I'm not fully convinced what I'm saying but

02:05:57--> 02:05:59

I mean, that's much the same as what I've already written here

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I am going to put it and I'll put some you know, some color just so that we evildoers

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somebody said that

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I thought Eve Eilers

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you certainly went there in their midst to like the

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Yeah, right because it's kind of

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mentality is gonna consolidate him. You certainly went there in their mids

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when they resolved upon the decision

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I think then carried out their plot is that can you think is it maybe enacted I said carried out Yeah, it was I feel that you're going back

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Can I was fuzzy inside but let me see if I can check with what you're seeing is true

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and we're cutting out the evil scheme

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am Quran and carried out is carried out is already got the sub malaria sensitive, highly sensitive

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and carried out there. I just applaud I think for

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Yeah, I think that's you know, I guess the sense of it. Right? So

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1030 America federal nursing, Aloha Ross, there be meaning ligand is finally going into controversial territory now.

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In much the same way most of the people around you shall not believe

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regardless of how high your zeal

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so you want to sort of make this more specific to those around? Yes. And the reason for that I'm gonna give you some de Lille.

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Did you read it somewhere? I know, I'm gonna make up my own allele. So the first mild allele is that Yusuf Ali salaam couldn't deal with his brothers who weren't coming around for years. And Jaco couldn't he was poor coming around, and in much the same way to socialize. We're being told by Mark subtleness Well, Kristen will be at the height of their lack of Eman which is the suburb for the surah then with the next one mattes Allahu Allah human agile clearly is the most critical one.

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So and then you know, I mean not to wash your tummy either below to Homosassa bottle of lotion

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is the machico like the passage is about the people of Makkah and here's the fun part all the way at the end we're going to find

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liquid kinda feet causing him to literally lopsided at the end of that either. What have sila hula che Galicia Bahauddin Ramadan, Ramadan, Lee Coleman, you mean? So as even though right now, they will be believing? Yeah, by the end, there is still hope. And that corresponds to the surah that corresponds to what happened with his brothers. Were given assurances oneness your Jews Mohammed who Allah Jimmy agent, Cygnus, were Jozo Anuradha Venus, when ye unknown were whom will come listen to their own resources be Makoto Maha Shula is what I call inclined towards me healthy and so delille with it

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that's why I stopped shooting so that we can see that line and then again go back to Yeah, okay, so

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yeah, if even if you said the people but then you want to sort of make a clear screen stopped being shared. Yeah, that was on purpose or for a dramatic kind of effect. Nice.

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Night. I'm not seeing this as a show or anything like that. But Annie wants to impact

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People who write so

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in much the same way this is quite a lot for what I know I was just trying to make that point but

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by the way just going without from them to him

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talking first to him Ali Sato Salaam and saying daddy come in number 11 Baby new haihe lake

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and then citing them and their schemes and coming now immediately to results I Salam is audience who is also right now at the height of their schemes huh

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is what drove me to the much the same way but anyway

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me Nene are not going to believe or will not believe that's fine. Yeah. Well ma

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extra Nursey be more meaning

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yes, they just got the future sense within that I think to they're not going to is more immediate. And I resort to it here because of what's happening later on in the summer.

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My initial thing was I was thinking that God isn't fair is here so shouldn't we be believers, but then I backtracking from it and saying, okay, isn't fair, it doesn't always translate to you know, or Yep.

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And most of the people that are injured will not believe when O'Hara's there

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in the in the IRA is kind of

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it's got a very special place. Yeah. Which it would be nice to see whether we can do something with that. Okay.

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Well, how Ross

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did you

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I mean, your translation

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is fine.

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Do we need something from

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to do any submit homology or some further thought about Yes, we do. Helps helps. How do you so gnarly

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Well, I will harass that it's a word.

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Topic. It's me every time I use on alikoum

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will put me in a row for Rahim, Rasul Allah so it's interesting that this word

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gets associated with so Allah says Allah multiple times.

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useful knowledge

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he's not giving up on you. He's

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doing everything he can for you. is pulling you back by the waistband.

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Concerned and he's worried.

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Well, Ross is gonna hurry Sanada definitely alpha t uncom. What you solid hayati lay calm while Salomon heavy hello to whoever say Fotolia coolamon Algemene Iam ILAHA? Aleikum.

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Mercuri Amin unfussy comb I mean Ashrafi con woman of Polycom

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hola literas Ian

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let's look at hers for a moment.

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It would behoove us

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by the way, extra nurse call up no hot baths in Santa Monica

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felt good most of the Meccans fell hurry so Yorkshire lawyer for local lab is thought to the whole

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hour so when I flew to La you have a right to fi

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while smart enough so hobby flattie Ultra D

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one who does basically leaves no stone unturned.

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Man at the Masaki we will God healed sad well marhaba Dr. Lee despite your best efforts

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despite your leaving no stone unturned we've been despite your

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utmost most

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despite your hunt feeling efforts it's it's

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unfailing its utmost or extreme like the most you can exhaust exhausting all resources

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despite your

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I use that as a kind of that's an expression in English despite your best efforts

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bye it may be

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but we mustn't the people around you despite your best efforts

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will not believe

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the reason I like to aren't going to believe it makes it sound like more immediate it's not a burden

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like as as the situation stands this is not going to happen you're gonna end up in Medina you're gonna have to work with them you know

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will not believe seems like a

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perpetual decree

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I wanted to capture the MA that is for

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harbor inquiry in Mattis Allahumma li him and agile. Well, Mattis alone or mark thoroughness Well Matt, well Mark Candela bases Esmee center sentence so it might be a bit different from the Mattis who know this

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Yeah, but it's lace axon does this is a mobile porno Yeah.

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Ma has a blog and Elisa OH YEAH. OKAY

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most of the people that

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I think them well of us there and so that the sentence or those are it's about the next one but also Okay, sorry. So sounds fine. Oh, yeah. Okay, so you already moved on? Yeah moved on.

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Unrelenting efforts me okay.

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I mean, the thing is yeah, it's there's different ways of ticker Willow Hollister. Yeah.

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Allah subhanaw taala don't tend not to bother.

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So don't even bother making and nor is he mocking him. Yeah.

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Yeah, he just know. I don't know. How do we how do we explain this in a in a way which which is well understood.

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The fact is, you will do health and we

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appreciate that, you know? Yeah, the effort the Rasul Solarstone is going to put in Allah appreciate it's the table is turned immediately the destiny of Linda bei Satomi the next hire

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like and why wouldn't they listen to you? What are you asking them for anyway?

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Yeah, it's not like you're asking them Yeah.

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And clearly

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what mad this along so that the clearly is what you're explaining? We took from the math

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on that a little early human education

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and clear you're not asking them for any compensation for it.

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do we need the first four just for brevity maybe it's to go and clear you're not asking them any compensation for it

02:18:45--> 02:18:46

any payment for it

02:18:49--> 02:18:51

competitions fine though I think

02:18:54--> 02:18:58

yeah, I think that's that that kind of fits

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in with the cooloola I mean

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all peoples is what I was inclined towards with the plural with an s

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it is nothing

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but a remembrance for all peoples. This is also

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one of the ways that Allah Allah mean is used. Yeah.

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You're gonna read al Amin and the era, all

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02:19:42--> 02:19:52

other communities to then even goes outside of people. I like communities better. People are people to hurt, okay. Or just for people to

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hear some academics discussing the genes of people to

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for all sorts

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Those academics, communities

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it is nothing but

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a remembrance Vikram I was first I said reminder that I said no reminder message

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yeah we're going to separate the careers very weighty Word Yes

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I mean

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a man who a little curious on why Allah don't mean Allah Allah Allah Allah cafard and religion netiquette. daleel

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So this is it could be more committed skier here

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I can see that

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as well reminder also reminder yeah

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I just thought remembrance has a grace to it

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alias so

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Academy many him

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for listed to Rihanna Quinn. Amen. Oh, W Eminem effect. Well, that's a different take on them my understood

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or my Alomar lay him in ajilon.

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You are not asking for their Eman as a payment.

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So why should you feel upset when they don't give you their Eman?

02:21:36--> 02:21:37

You're doing your job.

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And you're not doing that so that they will believe and you will get the

02:21:43--> 02:21:45

the good feeling that they believe in me.

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You're not asking them of it for you to be compensated for them believing in my own in the form of them believing no and the formula asking them you know asking you're not calling them to Allah for your benefit so that you get the joy of them believing

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you're calling them to Allah because that's your job.

02:22:11--> 02:22:13

And it's for their benefit equal. I mean,

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it is for their benefit that that you are calling them. Is this a common way? I don't think so. But the webinar should stand here. Would you want to do this annual family humanitarian motto Fallujah glomacs are less likely to be to bury matter further two minutes that yeas mean Imani accetti him a la Yasuko Lai, Asuka Adam Imani him for let's set up at the end Hakuna Eman whom desert and palatable really well email normally that to him. Call me he will let them know let me know Alia Islamic

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let them know Allegan Islamic home

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so they are in the INS Alhaji Raj is like the background is as if they were saying oh we have we have given you our acceptance

02:23:09--> 02:23:14

yeah so that's the kind of pay we've paid you haven't we by by joining you

02:23:16--> 02:23:19

it's just a different take on it I don't think it has to affect the translation

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although you know this clearly thing was based on the way that you're looking at it which is a bit different from how he yeah

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02:23:42--> 02:23:45

you okay with it, there's nothing better remember is for all communities.

02:23:46--> 02:23:50

Yeah, but do we want to like maybe give it a capital R? Yes, please.

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Okay, so 10515 That was sad when we get to the end of the sweat I

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don't want to finish I've got an announcement by the way at the end so stay tuned. And how many divine saying yeah, this is how we have already translated. Oh, yeah.

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Okay, you mean 18k And

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it's like gamba is maybe more mobile often come stronger in some way.

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Coming out in college a little salty in a K is smoke Okay, that's an issue of what this word is made of.

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What your father to her little stuff. I'm not don't hit Danka. Roger more.

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So it's,

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we've used and how many and then with a question mark.

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So that's the kind of origin of it but then it's used to say there are so many.

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02:24:57--> 02:24:59

So when you say and how many and you don't mean

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Question You can use an exclamation mark or

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or not

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02:25:11--> 02:25:13

and how many divine sign

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for Samoa 31 or the

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more you don't do something with someone what you will out I don't know what to do

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and there are so many divine saints

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about that and there are so many divine signs

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02:25:50--> 02:25:52

for Samoa at will

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up in the skies and down on the land but even here we don't have you know

02:26:04--> 02:26:06

we're filled out or something like that so I don't like to over

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Yeah or replay the overplay this one here okay this summer what we'll do is almost like now a similar to how it has been treated as the whole domain of

02:26:19--> 02:26:20

the heavens on Earth

02:26:23--> 02:26:26

Yes, I mean I just said we could that's very commonplace

02:26:28--> 02:26:38

before we said skies we've always been saying skies just because that's your practices loving system our Yeah, because heavens is used in different ways and so that you know, you're trying to make that clear.

02:26:41--> 02:26:44

There are so many signs in the habit center

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that they

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they pass over past

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now Madrona Allah

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has over that edge. Passover is nice because it has this idea of Yeah, because even I think that probably the difference Binyam Runa Bihar animal gnarly similar. Yeah. What are you sure he's gonna

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someone agree with me please need the validation

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Your own Uh huh. Really the singer we're gonna name is our own. Uh huh. Well, more majaz on McKinney, McKinney human behavior.

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No, no can can be added to help Cookie Well, Michelle had at it. Last Hamra Alabama allemaal have typically been disputed in the IoT somewhat. All right, that's a good point. You don't usually walk in? Or do you?

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Even I showed who was writing this before 1969 When they went this 1961 Even when the space has extended when you went to the moon, according to NASA

02:28:05--> 02:28:13

but the point is the lobby of Nashua died in 1973 there was gonna fall flat but now people are starting to you know, actually

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even walk inside you know?

02:28:19--> 02:28:24

Ministry is my word for more Hoonah Khaled if you call it Allah with Mr. Ruble love Weibo Rukia Rama

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but they're in that is when they say like when they pass by some occurrence of logo. But I mean, visual desert traveler because even the mother Rukia Rama means Yeah, but

02:28:39--> 02:28:57

I asked for some a lot, right? So like if a desert traveler is staring at the clouds or the night sky, or the stars or the sun or the birds flying in the air, the breeze? He's passing over those out. Is that literally in the skies?

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Well, what I'm trying to look here is is whether we are right to suggest, as we just did, like one here that your Morona be here would be to pass by, like near Morona. Ila. How would be the Passover, Passover. Easy

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to say about this when I was thinking I was merely looking up just now.

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Mer, I'm looking for murder and mirror.

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I love him. He's so great.

02:29:31--> 02:29:33

Some people's work just gets under appreciated.

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That's one of those things.

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Yeah, I mean, it's in his name, you know?

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02:29:43--> 02:29:45

Right. So Maura.

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02:29:49--> 02:29:58

He says Medora, Allah, Murali to observe or review something. And then he mentioned this i Then he says we're quite good.

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This is the meaning

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mandala Allah He seems to have in this verse. Again it's like focused on the theme so you know Yeah, it doesn't mean that there's other let's see what have you as the word for this summer what you would suggest for it will be difficult to say that one passes by the signs in the heavens encounter you encounter in a general sense, how about that? This is not to say that there is no connection between the ordinary meaning of the expression and the meaning given above when one passes by something when I can watch it, observe it. In other words, the Farrell has been used in the sense of failure that will fail as you can find in Kusha funeral Renata Heisha who don't have another way to

02:30:36--> 02:30:44

explain the use of morality in this first routine the normal sense of the phrase would be to assume the Quran meant to say work aiming it or the the Madrona Allah

02:30:45--> 02:30:56

in which case morality would mean going or passing by something by the saints found in the earth eg the ruins of old civilizations but then asserted the phrase for similarity before

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and after splitting the conjunction well and suppressing the fee preceding an outro use the same preposition Allah for someone or both

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I like the first explanation much better.

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So I think the point is then it's almost like well on the

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right so the LA has regarding the second part

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like it's it seems.

02:31:30--> 02:31:35

Maroon anyhow, okay, fine. Well, are the Amarula highlighter, but you notice that

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that we're suspecting something and we're not finding anyone

02:31:41--> 02:31:47

disproving it why are they not telling us the difference in Madeira V and Mara Ali? Yeah, what about then?

02:31:48--> 02:31:49

Let's lean egg

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or learn which lug

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that's good. Lena. Golly, over here.

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Where do you go?

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02:32:18--> 02:32:19

Let's see me says something

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MCAD find it.

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More Runa Ali.

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Mohammed hamari. Dawn is already giving you the whole

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passing over though doesn't it?

02:32:34--> 02:32:36

Maybe we're overthinking this.

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Let's see.

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can even find Marinus the online thing you have to go to M R. O R rather than

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I found it somehow right so Mara

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more he or it passed? Okay just murder by itself that have a mother

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murderer Raju.

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Mother it down here. Okay

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is moderately murderer Biggie and Mara Alaihe. But the former is more common than the latter.

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for which the Ben we are bossy. Murali, he was a miter Alaihe

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He passed away by him.

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Maybe the difference is, I don't think it's just okay. Mara Zaidan synchrophasor Marie, okay.

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Live in Monroe Lee

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also signifies here at pasture went along or over across it.

02:34:03--> 02:34:09

Mara lgct. He passed over, he passed or went over the bridge or dike

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and murderous sikinos Allah healthcare Shetty, sorry, vegetarians. The knife passed across the throat of the sheep or goat,

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also had a period of time passed over him a calamity came upon him.

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There the use of Allah as opposed to be would have a sense of you know,

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the difficulty of it and the overwhelmingness of it.

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Okay, coming back to our

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I am.

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And there's so many divine signs in the heavens. So the thing about Passover, I was thinking of it in the sense of overlook, overlook.

02:34:48--> 02:34:55

But then I think there's a duality in the phrase, you know, Morona Allah, what other kinds of indication could Ali ha have

02:34:56--> 02:34:59

that wouldn't have quit come through with moderate Bihar.

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Morona beha

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as if if you were to be visual about it,

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if you pass B if the Murata B shade then you saw it

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but if you Morotai Lee It was right before you

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like you you stumble upon it you came upon it and wasn't just on the side of your view. I'm thinking man Robbie Here you go besides something you're you're more likely to kind of notice it on your on your level right Monroe la he you could be such a hurry they don't have beneath you.

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Just going over it.

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Yeah, so I think Passover is just what I'm concerned about. Is giving the false implication that it means overlook Well, it could be an okay suggestion but then is this just saying the same thing I guess it's

02:35:59--> 02:36:09

what was the other word that came up for you will really help you just think you said a word and it was quite good one encounter I said yeah, she can't encounter right so

02:36:10--> 02:36:11

I think encounter is a good word here

02:36:13--> 02:36:13


02:36:15--> 02:36:18

Close Encounters but not close enough

02:36:29--> 02:36:30

well they are

02:36:31--> 02:36:34

and there are so many divine signs in the heavens on earth

02:36:36--> 02:36:39

should we stick with Heavens or is it go to the skies

02:36:41--> 02:36:44

should you say the skies and go with the earth

02:36:50--> 02:36:50


02:36:52--> 02:36:55

for consistency and where we skies and the earth

02:36:57--> 02:36:58

that they encounter

02:36:59--> 02:37:01

while being

02:37:02--> 02:37:04

although while they are is okay so

02:37:05--> 02:37:12

we're home right oh man hamari don't know they are gives us keeps that a little bit yeah.

02:37:14--> 02:37:29

While they are willfully oblivious to them more I don't literally ignoring deliberately literally turning away. So do you want to maybe use an expression that is a bit closer to that literal deliberately turning away

02:37:30--> 02:37:37

while they are while they turn but they actively turn away like the idea of a rod is to actually

02:37:39--> 02:38:09

not just ignore something that you didn't realize was there is to actually physically turn on which Passover again? I think the image is so like your Munna la ha. Oh man. What are the two parts of the physical description they weren't going to be need to be kept together yeah we're gonna keep going guys it's going to be late session sorry while they are wrap it up. Yeah we'll wrap up soon inshallah but we want to go you know quite a major coming up

02:38:11--> 02:38:14

let's let's see what we can actually pass over with as well by the way

02:38:15--> 02:38:17

it's in bit less than 30 minutes okay.

02:38:19--> 02:38:25

Compression that they pass over while they are well was worth so the point is more alone is turning away

02:38:27--> 02:38:29

while they what do we say Joseph

02:38:31--> 02:38:35

we use them use of added How about this behind you?

02:38:38--> 02:38:43

Yeah, but how about here actively turn away yeah

02:38:49--> 02:38:50


02:38:52--> 02:38:54

turn it was a was dodge keyboard

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02:38:59--> 02:39:01

I think we have a set from them from them

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all right. Yeah.

02:39:09--> 02:39:10


02:39:13--> 02:39:14

Most of them

02:39:18--> 02:39:26

want to have faith in God. My exaro biLlahi Elavil home machico Yep.

02:39:29--> 02:39:31

I don't know what to do with Michigan. I really don't.

02:39:32--> 02:39:34

Did we watch

02:39:37--> 02:39:46

before earlier was a coffee roaster? machico Shake didn't come up at all. We were talking about shirt one day.

02:39:47--> 02:39:50

What it means where does it come into? Sora

02:39:51--> 02:40:00

Come on. Come on people. Yeah, we're gonna speed this up here. Can you start talking about how much you're gonna miss this session and talk about where the show

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It was in the Surah so we'll have to start to

02:40:03--> 02:40:05

equate No Don't tell me what shared means.

02:40:07--> 02:40:09

Which I had as a competitor every day when the ship

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02:40:15--> 02:40:17

which I 38

02:40:18--> 02:40:20

Alright polytheist Thank you

02:40:22--> 02:40:24

Subhan Allah, okay.

02:40:25--> 02:40:28

We would never equate anything to God at all

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02:40:46--> 02:40:48

equate other things to him

02:40:51--> 02:40:53

except that they

02:40:56--> 02:40:58

without, let's say without equating.

02:41:02--> 02:41:03


02:41:04--> 02:41:09

I mean, I'm adding the with him to be honest. Yeah, but that's we need that.

02:41:11--> 02:41:14

Without associating, numbered I just joined in association.

02:41:17--> 02:41:23

I want to play the word association game was the Word, you know, my marriage is brokens

02:41:24--> 02:41:29

and most of them won't have faith in God rock any German keyword near broccolini.

02:41:31--> 02:41:36

And most of them won't have faith in God without equating other things to him

02:41:39--> 02:41:47

all right, I these are we're doing this in a little bit more hurried way. It means that we can just make sure to look back at them.

02:41:50--> 02:41:50

I mean,

02:41:51--> 02:41:54

have you then? Or is that because

02:41:57--> 02:42:07

I think that sense comes through is that because for me? No. Is that because they've done this? Have they then does that then mean you know? Yeah, I mean, yeah.

02:42:09--> 02:42:12

This is the deep magic my brothers and sisters.

02:42:14--> 02:42:15

You'll not find this in the books.

02:42:16--> 02:42:19

Is that because the Amaze

02:42:23--> 02:42:27

is that because, let me know coming to feel secure.

02:42:29--> 02:42:34

So like do they feel secure? Yeah, or assumed themselves to be secure?

02:42:35--> 02:42:55

And that's what I kind of have they then become secure meaning do they really Yeah, exactly. Something you could sort of understand it in both ways. As a state of feeling I mean as a reality, which is of course then the point is when they haven't right got that reality so do they think they've got the reality? Yeah, there's you can come at it both ways.

02:42:56--> 02:42:57

Is that because they assume

02:42:59--> 02:43:01

themselves secure

02:43:05--> 02:43:08

from an overshadowing kind of debate punishment,

02:43:09--> 02:43:12

and debt to home of last year tominaga Billa.

02:43:17--> 02:43:24

overshadowing or overwhelming over over arching over covering I thought about

02:43:27--> 02:43:33

the most like literal visual visual image that would work here

02:43:38--> 02:43:41

I kind of divine punishment that

02:43:42--> 02:43:58

hovers above them or that overshadows them or just keep the sequence of the words coming at them it's really good to smell yeah yeah. Because at our time of rule is actually the meaning of attack. Oh yeah, the homie no power alright.

02:43:59--> 02:44:01

So I taught him a lot I mean he told me after Cebu

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so so I try one of its That's thanks to Western Serbia he did a really good job with that Ah huh and I'd be in Thailand

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Yeah, ya so

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02:44:18--> 02:44:21

so she happens to work in English coming at ya.

02:44:25--> 02:44:26

Oh, to Musa

02:44:28--> 02:44:30

Billiton homeless woman

02:44:34--> 02:44:38

are from the hour itself coming at them with a notice

02:44:40--> 02:44:43

in a moment of the articles so they can refer you have made

02:44:45--> 02:44:47

a different sentence.

02:44:48--> 02:44:53

So I think because because of our time I'm just like there's a couple of phrases we can come back to.

02:44:58--> 02:44:59

I'm very concerned about

02:45:00--> 02:45:05

A service level no no cut off from the hour itself coming at them with that notice

02:45:07--> 02:45:09

in a moment of their utter cluelessness

02:45:11--> 02:45:13

we're home layer Sharon

02:45:24--> 02:45:27

suddenly we can go without notice replace it with suddenly if you want

02:45:29--> 02:45:30

without notices

02:45:31--> 02:45:34

as this kind of fresh way of putting it yeah

02:45:37--> 02:45:38

all right

02:45:39--> 02:45:41

well hello Sharon I don't like this part though just

02:45:46--> 02:45:48

in a moment of the article is

02:45:50--> 02:45:57

without them detecting that is about to come Yeah. So like you know spider sense

02:45:59--> 02:46:04

you feel that okay. Neither has it sent ahead notice

02:46:05--> 02:46:08

nor did sense anything as it's yes.

02:46:11--> 02:46:17

So it's not like the signs were there and they didn't notice no, there were no signs and without their notice without them noticing.

02:46:18--> 02:46:22

Is that to fit too close to the bone without notice.

02:46:23--> 02:46:25

And without them noticing

02:46:28--> 02:46:31

I'm not I'm not saying we're going to necessarily keep this

02:46:32--> 02:46:36

but I'm just like to indicate where we are receiving it

02:46:39--> 02:46:45

is so commonplace, they will perceive it when it comes Yeah. Without them sensing it sensing

02:46:46--> 02:46:48

in advance Yeah.

02:46:54--> 02:47:00

What we mean is pre sense, or from the hour itself coming at them without notice and without them sensing.

02:47:01--> 02:47:07

So there's going to be a bit more work to do on this eye as well. Okay. 108

02:47:08--> 02:47:14

declare, nice, strong, call. Heavy severely

02:47:15--> 02:47:18

adoro il Allahu Allah wa sirotkin enrollment into biani

02:47:19--> 02:47:23

so the Han Allahumma enemy Allah Masha again, this is my path

02:47:29--> 02:47:31

I call to God based on insight

02:47:36--> 02:47:38

I enter Whoever follows me.

02:47:39--> 02:47:41

I didn't use the past tense here.

02:47:43--> 02:47:45

It turns out Debjani Okay, now that's

02:47:46--> 02:47:49

the main kind of aspect Yeah, yeah.

02:47:53--> 02:48:01

This is my path I call to go to business. Or maybe the call on here I called to God based on insight

02:48:05--> 02:48:07

and so does Whoever follows me.

02:48:09--> 02:48:21

I sense a strength and just i And whoever follows me that's meant here. So not not to be a grammatically coherent thing. It's coming back to myself and you know, yeah.

02:48:24--> 02:48:29

I mean, but that's because that's the word in Arabic. We're very used to that. Yeah. I think some of that censure comes from

02:48:30--> 02:48:32

sure I don't have a problem with that

02:48:33--> 02:48:34

was Subhan Allah

02:48:37--> 02:48:39

and I declared God free from imperfection

02:48:42--> 02:48:44

oh my gosh, again, we've got a sense of mission again

02:48:46--> 02:48:49

and I would never quit anything to him

02:48:50--> 02:48:50


02:48:55--> 02:48:57

I'll never be someone who equates.

02:49:26--> 02:49:29

Okay, still needs a bit of touching up.

02:49:31--> 02:49:31


02:49:34--> 02:49:37

the pressure, the pressure, Oh, Elsa, let me

02:49:39--> 02:49:41

lay him. Here we are.

02:49:43--> 02:49:44

Even before you

02:49:45--> 02:49:47

What is this Kobilka

02:49:49--> 02:49:53

il Ilija nahi li him even before you

02:49:57--> 02:49:59

so your senses even before you

02:50:00--> 02:50:11

Uh, even is because you are not unusual. Right before you also. Yeah, okay even before you we have only ever sent mortal men

02:50:12--> 02:50:14

from among the townsfolk.

02:50:16--> 02:50:27

Yeah, among the townsfolk. Okay, when Al Qura. So a lot of discussion around that, but I think this translation gets to

02:50:28--> 02:50:46

what it should mean. I mean, the translation is the translation and the commentary is something on top of that, right. And this this exclude is it about excluding women from Brotherhood is about excluding the everybody from the Brotherhood. Is it neither of these points that's being made? Or how? Let's leave that for the C lecture. It's all on YouTube, by the way,

02:50:48--> 02:50:52

from the townsfolk that we delivered inspiration to

02:50:54--> 02:50:57

know he lay him rejoinder, no hearing him

02:51:00--> 02:51:00

mineral Quran

02:51:05--> 02:51:09

so I had to kind of combine the description of the men before I added the verb for them.

02:51:10--> 02:51:18

Because otherwise it would be from delivered in SPIRATION to from among the townsfolk, making it really disconnected connected from mortal men.

02:51:23--> 02:51:28

So it's almost like the GLM in the Quran or helium. But that's also how it looks now.

02:51:30--> 02:51:32

Among the townsfolk that are delivering inspiration

02:51:35--> 02:51:38

what do we do? There are two clauses that are attached to mortal men.

02:51:39--> 02:51:44

We call them firstly, we're among the townfolk and secondly, we deliver it

02:51:46--> 02:51:54

so Hey, Toby, what did we say? No, he we delivered through inspiration to you. Yeah, okay.

02:51:57--> 02:51:59

We've only ever sent mortal men

02:52:00--> 02:52:01

from intensivo.

02:52:07--> 02:52:08

Under delivered

02:52:10--> 02:52:12

ritual and know how to lay him in an kura

02:52:16--> 02:52:24

men who would we choose? I ever sent mortal men. We chose to receive inspiration from among the 10s

02:52:26--> 02:52:28

Okay, mortal men we chose

02:52:36--> 02:52:37

for changing the phrasing for

02:52:38--> 02:52:39

the chose

02:52:41--> 02:52:47

still works. Kinda shoes is sort of arising from

02:52:48--> 02:52:58

nowhere he laid I mean kura is also it I'm sort of suggesting that there is a sense of

02:53:00--> 02:53:14

we give them inspiration to the exclusion of others from Al Quran. Oh, that's not the buyer sense of it. But let's see. It's interesting that this language has been used because Yusef was chosen and his brothers weren't Yeah, and that was kind of the problem

02:53:15--> 02:53:18

yeah, so we can we can ponder on that a bit more.

02:53:19--> 02:53:21

Flm you still haven't seen

02:53:22--> 02:53:29

this XR is negative question like to Yeah. Have they not meant

02:53:30--> 02:53:30

haven't they

02:53:36--> 02:53:37

been out and about in the region

02:53:40--> 02:53:43

and therefore seen

02:53:48--> 02:53:50

Flm is sort of an odd for young low

02:53:52--> 02:53:54

gay for carnality but to live in America believe him.

02:53:56--> 02:53:59

So that lamb is carrying over and therefore seen Yeah.

02:54:00--> 02:54:02

And thereby and thereby seen

02:54:04--> 02:54:05

Okay, yeah.

02:54:07--> 02:54:09

I don't know if it's the best way to put it but

02:54:11--> 02:54:12

it was sort of an oldie.

02:54:14--> 02:54:16

Plus regionals we need some

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02:54:22--> 02:54:24

how the final end

02:54:27--> 02:54:31

how things turned out how events turned out

02:54:38--> 02:54:46

because you know, the final end already is turned out. seen how events turned out for those from ages past.

02:54:48--> 02:54:49

people to live in your company him

02:54:53--> 02:54:54

who went before?

02:54:55--> 02:54:56

You want to keep to him?

02:55:02--> 02:55:06

Before then yeah, I think it was him use of

02:55:08--> 02:55:09

those remember for

02:55:14--> 02:55:15

so many products

02:55:18--> 02:55:20

as you know best startup for those who went before them

02:55:22--> 02:55:23

or those who preceded them

02:55:24--> 02:55:25


02:55:30--> 02:55:32

What a devil Irati

02:55:33--> 02:55:36

coinone living a taco a fella Darkmoon

02:55:40--> 02:55:48

the home so we don't want any wha nothing from where and it's not I think we should keep an end. Why not?

02:55:50--> 02:55:51

Keep the stylistic

02:55:53--> 02:56:03

okay, but it's not the stylus stylistic hand of storytelling. Yeah, no but there's other Ellie's and the home of the final life.

02:56:04--> 02:56:07

I think we've got afterlife elsewhere. So we're going to put that here. Yeah.

02:56:09--> 02:56:12

And the home of the afterlife, they'll will akhira

02:56:14--> 02:56:30

there we'll hire till after some experimental that way. And the home of the afterlife. Truly is better Hiren the lamb is giving you the emphasis highroller living at Taco FL adapalene truly is better

02:56:36--> 02:56:40

for the ones who have held on to spiritual vigilance

02:56:45--> 02:56:49

Do you not then understand or then don't you understand?

02:56:51--> 02:56:52

It's more straightforward

02:56:58--> 02:57:04

the abode of the afterlife, the eternal abode abode truly is better.

02:57:07--> 02:57:10

ladera effort to hire Ron is

02:57:13--> 02:57:20

really, truly is much better. Does it emphasize the idea? Or just the fact of the Hydeia?

02:57:25--> 02:57:30

It is under looked at that. So there's a reason for that. You can see why without Aloka tilaka here or you can say well, Darla Filati here

02:57:32--> 02:57:34

to where the lamb Falls is also important

02:57:39--> 02:57:41

to go fill it out.

02:57:43--> 02:57:45

Okay, right. Well, like we can overthink that right now.

02:57:47--> 02:57:48

We really can

02:57:55--> 02:57:59

for how long? How long? The longest hardest is Kobe. Yeah, this is this is the one

02:58:01--> 02:58:02

the status or rasuluh

02:58:03--> 02:58:07

up until the point at which the messengers give up hope.

02:58:08--> 02:58:09

And we're convinced

02:58:12--> 02:58:14

that the have

02:58:15--> 02:58:18

would have to be had been deemed liars.

02:58:20--> 02:58:27

So here, so many of the translators, so many of the translators

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did what I call in the technical terminology, the great switcheroo

02:58:33--> 02:59:02

a switcheroo is they just quietly shifted to a different era instead of have some Assam, which they were supposed to be translating according to manage. Right. So here they translated as if it was good zebu. Right, which is what I went with first. Yeah, then I did the second. Oh, okay. Coffee, Boo would be lied to. Right. So then the professor and say, Okay, well, in what sense? Could they have been lied to?

02:59:04--> 02:59:23

They can be the the messengers thought that Allah has lied to them. No, right? That doesn't fit. Right. So they said well as if they've lied to themselves, as if their own hopes and aspirations have lied to them. Right? Or the one No, doesn't mean the messengers. One. No Avon. melcombe.

02:59:24--> 02:59:33

That day, the messengers had been lied to. Yeah. Okay. So these are possibilities. So I put two of them instead of the three.

02:59:34--> 02:59:54

Instead of three. Yeah. You mentioned three possibilities. Okay. Okay. But this gazebo and to really, even with gazebo, there's more than one possibility but okay. Okay. But the point is we're not discussing that reading because that would be another project, which I'm also doing to translate different crops. Right, right. But we're not setting out to do that. So we're going to need this.

02:59:55--> 02:59:57

And we're convinced.

02:59:59--> 02:59:59

Well, you said the

03:00:00--> 03:00:02

People Okay, so that's, and

03:00:03--> 03:00:04

there are people

03:00:06--> 03:00:12

this kind of has to be, you know, it's not necessarily evident but we can translate according to its Yes.

03:00:13--> 03:00:34

We're convinced that the husband, the prophets, were lied to know the idea that the people were being lied to also, you can think of it like that too. That is also possible and a problem. So we'll just have to provide you some details of this choice later on and the exact wording or eight would finally arrive for them.

03:00:35--> 03:00:38

At this point, whoever we would want was rescued.

03:00:39--> 03:00:52

Good Najia ya know, Jia, Manisha? We're going to have a small part three legs, we're going to have to let's let's not read as much debate and then peacefully do this.

03:00:54--> 03:01:06

Okay, people want to come back. Doesn't matter what their feelings are. But there's an announcement as well. There was announcement after maghrib that's an important announcement. If you don't want to do the announcement, you know you're gonna miss out this is gonna be such a good announced

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you can wait weeks and weeks.

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03:01:12--> 03:01:13


03:01:15--> 03:01:19

Yeah, okay. Yeah. Okay, inshallah. We're gonna have somebody said yesterday. Yep.

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Laos was salam O Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, he was a huge pain. Let's pick up from where we left off. We were trying to deal with ir 109 You were rushing through with Hebrew and good zebu. Yeah and 110 year 110 Sorry. And we are of the several possibilities inside of that idea. We are considering the reading gazebo, which is the Huff's reading. And in that reading the meaning would be they were lied to. So the question is, who was lying? It was lied to, and who's doing the lying. And so it could be that disbelieving people were convinced that the prophets were lied to meaning the devils were speaking to them and think it's God speaking to them, etcetera, etcetera. Or they were

03:18:36--> 03:18:52

convinced that they themselves the disbelieving people themselves are being lied to by the prophets. So both of those possibilities are sort of left open when we say their people were convinced that they were lied to,

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that they were lied to. So the day the second day could refer to the disbelieving people themselves, or it could refer to the prophets who they think are being lied to. So that would be the issue there now we left it at the state Assad rasuluh

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so we kind of rushed through that.

03:19:15--> 03:19:16

At that, no, we said

03:19:18--> 03:19:24

our aid would finally arrive No, no, no, we did that. Jah homeless sooner.

03:19:27--> 03:19:34

Yeah, our aid would finally arrive after that. So the point of which messengers to receive the messages Yep.

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Even messengers to be honest, I

03:19:40--> 03:19:48

guess the soldiers Yeah. Which lets you use a capital or just messengers give up hope. And there are people

03:19:52--> 03:19:53

so I don't think

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yeah, so it could be that the people thought that

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The people have been lied to and it's in reference to the promises of

03:20:04--> 03:20:07

the afterlife so yeah yeah

03:20:09--> 03:20:10

we're convinced

03:20:11--> 03:20:12

that they had been lied to

03:20:16--> 03:20:17

our aid

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not sooner or aid

03:20:24--> 03:20:36

in a Nasir is such a strong word and so you know always such it'll help help us to light but it's the it's the help or the aid which

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brings brings victory yeah yeah yeah are are decisive aid oh yeah okay

03:20:43--> 03:20:45

something like this no

03:20:47--> 03:20:52

would finally now we don't need finally because the decisive is there I guess

03:20:56--> 03:21:01

are the size of aid even though I like it but would come for them

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it would come to them come to their aid

03:21:08--> 03:21:10

and our size of aid would come to them.

03:21:11--> 03:21:13

Jonas Luna

03:21:14--> 03:21:17

for Najia, Manisha.

03:21:18--> 03:21:19

So here

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again, a surprising number of translators, a surprising number of very top translators

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translated Najia as he says, You don't call it a switch switcheroo this time.

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You would call it the hodgepodge. What would you call Oh, this is this is also switcheroo. Because here in Karachi, also we have no GIA InnoEnergy.

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And I need to check which ones we have here and this higher, because there's a few. But there's a similar I elsewhere, so Columbia correctly, and

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sometimes you've got no G.

03:22:00--> 03:22:07

No chi, and non G. No. G. Yeah. What does that mean?

03:22:09--> 03:22:10

So not G would be

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another way of saying non G.

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03:22:17--> 03:22:18

I never heard of that before.

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03:22:23--> 03:22:29

that's okay. They didn't cover that in the saref. But it's not so ordinary kind of self, I mean, so what happens is

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different careers from among the 32 kura

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admitted and, and you know, taught the Quran in these various ways, when they did that, okay, they have received the they have understood it and they have transmitted according to a way that also they happen to know, makes sense in the Arabic language because, you know, imams of Kerala, were typically also Imams of Arabiya. Right. So the question is, when you come along later and say, Hold on a second, I'm not sure what kind was going on in the Arabic here. So then the scholars have old books where they discuss these things and they say, for example, not G

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could it be understood as it's supposed to be Najia but there's a sukoon on the that could be one way to go possibly should erase or unheard of as no G is actually they're saying non G but there's a kind of advance of the known into the gym and I was thinking this which is so I guess in language anything's possible in dialects anything. And once you encounter them say, okay, but then this is not hugely, I mean, this is obviously a complex topic.

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So if we understand here

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because I didn't bring my camera at permissibility sort of mix up what is in this ayah and the other is Marcus No, Knock Knock. Knock is it's a fairly innocuous it has a year at the end ledger unit g 10. G 10. Formula gene Najia. It's the MALDI muglia Little module of Naja that's the, I think, have some awesome reading. Right? Yes. And others Yeah. And if we go with the house and ask him reading, then you have to say was rescued whoever we will.

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As is what I will fight if he was saved. Now, if not sure has a nice point about that what he says.

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Why is there this combination between

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Najia in the past tense, the present the present, so it's as if to say Najia machina was Najim inertia.

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So whoever we will was saved and whoever we will in the future will be saved. But not yet. Manisha is like condensing this who respirable Quran does that that kind of combination between Yeah, sort of

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folding up an expression into perfect ages yeah so yeah ask them in Lebanon may recite it as Najia

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and then Lucas UK

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the rest recited the phonology here and when g

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including to say

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what okay which gives them any we save

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alright so that's just the short answer to the which readings things as to okay right so the compensatory light to our

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decisive income to them at that point whoever we

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I tried to keep the past tense not carry the present implication but be could

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whoever we would want was rescued

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and ojima in the shower we'll keep it for now like we're still going with the short word because we do need to wrap up

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gentleness we're not finished yet I think that we need this to be connected

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so the and can recover the sense of

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you know that it follows from it and okay. And whoever we would want was rescued from Virginia

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Well, I will not do that sooner and they'll call me moody mean

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and the war are we which sort of bets can we were bets can be might military mate

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yeah only about since Jedidiah

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so I wouldn't transit is war

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hero what what I'm where I'm going with here, then let's work through it.

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so the is it the might they get steered away?

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Or is it the war that gets steered away?

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Is the question

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it's almost like there's a taste of our mind that gets steered away.

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So, if you think back to this idea about Latif Nimisha, like his

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knowledge and his will and what He wills will get through any obstacle. So his mind will overcome any enemy

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Okay, so his mind will not be

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you know, nothing can deflect it

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and defend against it

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they will not do bad sunnah his bets cannot be met with an equal and opposite force. There's a read as a response so our mind will not be opposed

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yeah well I like was met with response let's let's do use the passive

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what was it I say just before you submit when there's oppose opposed

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but will opposition and he'll call me more genuine though. Yeah, how do you how do you type that in then

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turned away from

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well, I already do but I was taking a burden to come in with you I will not averted yeah sure. But then the opposition idea that you're mentioning I thought that that could mean power to or might too but then I thought war being averted or steered away seems easier but

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they're just one there with the lazy man they are but how do you if you say might and Anil calm in which you mean so he says they're gonna hear but sort of the war yeah

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what he's heard, he said nothing.

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When I shall just you know, you get that done. Yeah. I'm gonna rise your phi

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where's your ossification?

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Know he also doesn't talk about

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We will AdWords related events for now.

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Okay, let's let's open up some of the Athar on it let me have

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in common with Giannini then as a levy him

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if you began on lumen Aloka mushiya They know who you are global phenomena lace will be monitoring mean

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so, while you're either gonna

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be okay, that's Well, I think I think we should see it a bit more directly related to the previous point. Okay. Geheimnisse Sorona

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for not German, Nisha, oh, Mala your neuron, Tibet, sunnah. Yeah. So then he is waging war against those, that and then NASA is possible now. To bring victory in war.

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War is so specific because the number could be in the form of, you know, destruction and

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earthquakes or

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could be anything. I mean, God's war is different than just like, you know, that's what I was thinking but anyway, so if we don't go with war, our

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will or you will have to bet sooner uncommon does come in this in the sense of military might, doesn't it?

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It's not just regular power. Its military might. Yeah, yeah.

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Jah Humala do the might of our attack

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wouldn't be like that, like if you just if you make it about an offensive Yeah.

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Or punishment or attack.

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And the main FTL turn Yeah, yeah, to home Attack Attack. No, will not be averted.

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But it's averted. Like, I thought your order was similar to aversion, but now you think making me think about Rudd? Like responded to

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Yeah, but then I can sort of see how to make that fit well, well, let me see the majority means

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okay, I have an idea. The mitre attack

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cannot be responded to to save the criminal nation

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is impossible to respond to whereas this word defended again to defend against Yeah.

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Or to deflect deflect is also cool. be countered, be countered. Yeah. On behalf or to save Yeah. Or on behalf of Yeah.

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l Coleman moody me mean

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here I thought a few things helped me here so okay. Principal before so comas is some Jama we get it right and there's a sci fi you can go with it. The above I can also communicate this Oh mill Majidi mean the nation of culprits right? But I think when you when you give home a sofa and you use calm deliberately it's almost like saying a people flooded with criminals.

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Right it's

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going out of its way the phrase goes out of its way to describe the nation with an adjective of its worst element. Yeah, you know

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so much of human didn't come early on this what I was thinking to be accounting for, ya know, Karateka volley me Of course, yeah, that was while we there will be we said the culprits or something like that.

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Of any criminal nation, I will call them could be like that here.

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and the meat of our attack can be counted on behalf of incrimination. Okay, so, as before, we're gonna just like be a little bit quick with that. Okay. And see that we can find out but I'm at a complete loss with the last one I give up. So.

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Okay. And then the announcement. And as we got nothing to do with Birmingham, by the way, so the comments burning, is it a back stand is what do you think it's about translation translate into I'm going to sign Birmingham and Pakistan, like what do you think I am going to Karachi while not getting my samosa we're talking about

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first of all, because everyone's asking

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Can I get PDF so this is part of the announcement we'll

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03:35:06--> 03:35:07

from donation

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that sounds like I'm gonna start a wrongdoing nation

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he's the wrongdoer nation of drone donations need to start as well

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right so

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oh yeah, Quran

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Kanopy courses

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something about Islam

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again if you see him I brought it to life

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this is the one thank you Allah light again if you've Kasasa him Ebara to Lunenburg who's heard about that? Okay help me out

03:35:57--> 03:36:01

moving lessons well thinking back to the structure that we did

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the canopy use of

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20 Can we go back to that number can a few customers remember the same structure? Okay, yeah, where's so we said divine signs are certainly there. So moving lessons are certainly there. Okay, let's move on lessons.

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are undoubtedly found is also fine.

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In within their stories, you'll also see him plus us we've we've used the word story to some extent for customers as well.

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Okay, it was hard for the oil Bab

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for those who have Al Bab

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the door no not the door. Totally. El Bab el bap

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for all the barbs of the world

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people are thinking people have internet sound minds people have pure thought people of

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refined thought

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okay because you got the lump of it. Yes yes

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again can be revised yes upon refined can be

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can be refined, not critical thought its roots Love is the essence of something

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and actually found the refined this nice Jeunesse here, genus now because Cerebella study in Albania repetition as just because okay.

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Then back on the scene you've

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just said something.

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So, I'm gonna go extra wordy, because that's what I see here.

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It what you said it couldn't possibly be

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speech that is made up.

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These are the parts of it that I see. It couldn't be it's not the kind of thing that's made up. Also that yeah,

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it doesn't belong to the audience.

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McKenna had the thing you've

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measured on the day of judgment that a whole

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print only bits of everything I've ever said. This is the closest you can get to him either, because this is literally

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in the series of lectures has been written out. It's terrified Subhanallah That's terrifying. You talk a lot. I mean,

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those are just the last few I guess. You know, the whole sort of use of you know, how many words is more than 700,000 words?

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That's not including the Bible stuff. That's just the Quran stuff.

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Well, the 700,000 words that's seven PhD thesis just talking about sedusa

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We take the stuff about Kung Fu Panda six, buddy. Well,

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when I like go to a place where people don't know me, like normal people, you know, like the rest of humanity. And I'm sitting in other people like really quiet

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people don't even know what those some of my voice mostly I just really shy person.

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I couldn't talk like steel like No, no, it's not my thing.

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It's not some made up speech. They could possibly have even been made up. That was the Hammer of Sol Sol on the same kind of

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So the maca isn't I don't see the the con here as Molly I see it here as though kiddin

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like it's it's neat the nature of it it's the reality of it oftentimes you Americana

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and you

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could not have been it's not the kind of thing that could be it's something close to that I think

03:40:30--> 03:40:35

like I'm tying it to going in a sense like it's the reality of it you know

03:40:44--> 03:40:50

I don't want to use made up speech as in Hadith and moved on I want to use the metadata of it.

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speech that has been McLanahan al Hadith Lu Lu Torah yeah so speech that has been

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that has gone through a process of crafting God like there's a lot of processes being

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alluded to here and this could never be

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the kind of speech

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that gets

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how do you say put together you put together something fanciful crafted but crafted isn't necessarily in a bad view?

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Yeah crafted

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fabricate fabricated

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now fabricating is about lies like you've started like making up using your imagination right.

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To set a synonym on a German keyboard compiles is

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composed for from the imagination like composed

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but if

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if to just

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make something up

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falsely attributed Are you

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creatively put together

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03:42:42--> 03:42:43

conjured up

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scripted, forged devised device is also good

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to cut them if you call you will look in the little microphone we have Tarun Allah Allah al Khatib.

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Let's just make up I mean that's just the most basic Yeah, straightforward meaning of it this this could never this is not the kind of speech kind of speech made up that is made up. This is not

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the kind of speech that is made up.

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It could be you know, still improved on but I think that's the basis

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of the meaning

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or lacking

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thus the call that the binding but in fact

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it is.

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Yeah, that's the mantra is assumed here. So yeah.

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Well, I can stick a lady

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Yeah, I don't really need it in English in English either. It is the now how do we describe it as the

03:44:02--> 03:44:06

Steve PolitiFact checking the

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the truth of fIying of the corrupted falsified story like it's not confirmation verifier

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because verifying is that would verify the previous scripture it's not verifying the previous verifying is more than one thing. I think that's why I used to miss that confirmation. I don't agree with confirmation as it.

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Quran is not confirming the Bible to make sure or demonstrate that something is true.

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If we go with verify right.

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Then I think we should qualify a lady by nya D. Are you able to verify your account? So you're going

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we should go with led by an ad as the verifier of the original

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Not what is, uh, what was sent before? Yeah, like the verifying the actual previous scripture, not the one.

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Yeah, in fact, it sort of is there and beignet D is like is what was sent before it? Yeah.

03:45:18--> 03:45:28

The scripture that preceded it in the Bible, you know, cofina embody Yeah, Russell is the one who sent after the other. So baignade There his work was sent just before

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in fact, a verifier

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or verification, but in fact, the verification of

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what was before it

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was sent

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how do we capture the the directness of beignet, he, but he made his is tricky, because I've been puzzling over expressions for before anus and happiness in time and space. Right in the Quran. Right? And what I came to realize is that

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I think and so in our culture, I don't know if we share a culture in America, Britain, maybe I mean, surely you think that you know what happened before you is here?

03:46:23--> 03:46:24

Do you? Yeah.

03:46:25--> 03:46:34

And what's still to come is there, right? But in some cultures, and I think in the world of the Quran, the past is here and the future is here.

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And so they have certain problem with

03:46:39--> 03:46:44

kind of raw Malik. And unfussy don't keep saying whare Yama.

03:46:45--> 03:47:23

Yeah. And I'm like, What's your problem with the king being behind them? And sort of calf? Yeah, the problem is because for them, it's not natural to see he's behind them. And sometimes, yeah, it means is like behind them and chasing them and they're trying to keep get away, or nobody explained it. But why did they find it so hard? To see it is because this is a culturally relative and subjective. We're looking weird. So like, as things happen, they kind of stack up in front of you on boubakeur, interestingly says, yes. Chinese culture also sees tomorrow as at the back. Well, there you go. And I think I don't want to assert because it feels like a whole there's a whole research paper or

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something. Right. But that's what I'm detecting from some of the expressions. So beignet A D, I think people may be overly generalized as between somebody's hands like it's what's their present at the time of

03:47:37--> 03:47:49

the revelation speaking. So that's all what is, you know, what is in the hands of the Jews and the Christians at that time? I don't think that's the expression now being a de means what was immediately before it. Right.

03:47:50--> 03:47:52

So sent immediately before

03:47:54--> 03:47:56

or right before what was sent right before

03:47:57--> 03:48:04

then we're closer to being ad, we can do some more investigation to this question. Yeah. Before, you know,

03:48:05--> 03:48:14

committing too strongly to something based on this cosmology aspect. And chronology. Okay, what of sila cliche.

03:48:16--> 03:48:17

With the elaboration.

03:48:19--> 03:48:21

I'm just going to put in a basic idea then

03:48:23--> 03:48:27

could have seen is in the act of separating things. Oh, yes.

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Right. And

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and also Fussel is

03:48:37--> 03:48:53

a decision, right? Maybe not have sealed or not. So the idea that no, no Shamim Jamil don't use all the detail No, we won't go there yet. So the polishing for Salam out of Ceylon right What did he say there? So like yeah, maybe we should ACARA

03:48:55--> 03:49:31

have seen it been separate things can clarify them right. Right. So the Arabic language is that the theme in the Arabic language one of its themes is that things that are mixed together are expressions for confusion and things that are apart are expressions for clarity. So Barna and Venus from that and then faster than to see this from that and so like probably will do a sprint actually like gamma Tata. The same? Yeah, like to decide something by separating Yeah, and salata and massager and labasa all confusion, Ashkelon Ashika, yeah.

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03:49:37--> 03:49:59

So, it's an elaboration, a distinct elaborate like a distinguishing elaboration. I just want to maybe somehow if we can bring out the the idea of how it clarifies things by way of separating concepts from each other. Like one of the things that the surah has done is this distinction of all

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matters distinction.

03:50:02--> 03:50:05

I'm kind of indicating by matters, that kind of the things that matter,

03:50:07--> 03:50:14

rather than details of all things that have been Yeah. Be said. Yeah, it's just it's a draft.

03:50:15--> 03:50:19

We didn't get to draft on it. So we drafted we'll rework it before we finalize.

03:50:20--> 03:50:24

Well, who don't want to then call me up known?

03:50:26--> 03:50:34

It is, in fact, the verification of what was sent right before the distinction of all matters and, and

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guidance. Yeah.

03:50:38--> 03:50:45

Yeah, mercy, or you want to go, loving care, and a manifestation of love and care.

03:50:48--> 03:50:55

It just becomes hard to see the individual things you see, are hidden, or rotten.

03:50:57--> 03:50:57

Divine Love.

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Just go with mercy.

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I don't know.

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And guidance.

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Only coming up soon.

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For people

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that will come to believe, or people hoping to believe.

03:51:36--> 03:51:48

Not people who believe the melodic as a surfer, without the somasole has kind of incompleteness in it. Who will be believing

03:51:49--> 03:51:50

faith will have faith? Yeah.

03:51:53--> 03:52:02

People seeking faith is included in here, people trying to complete their faith is included in here. It's it's not it's not the same as believing people.

03:52:03--> 03:52:11

That's common macmini. There's an incompletion in the melodic should be there. So for people who will have faith, yeah.

03:52:14--> 03:52:22

Okay, so a little bit more work is needed a lot of bit more work in the last tonight. Yeah. And that's fine.

03:52:23--> 03:52:42

But I think it was worth giving people something to see the thought process in the last few years, shall we have a chance to have more of that thought process as we share this in written form? Yeah. So your announcements time people pay attention? In Birmingham?

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First of all, give me five.

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Okay, broseph. Okay, so

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this is this is the first bit of the announcement. Okay, so people asking about the written form, we don't want to just like make a PDF or something and stick it somewhere people download it there. The whole point in us engaging in this project

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openly and in front of the cameras in front of all of that is so that we actually, number one, help you to understand better how these things work. Okay, we're not by the way, saying, or because we are translating the Quran live, you should translate the Quran. I say that, because I felt from some of the comments from people maybe felt like that's what's going on here. That's really not the purpose. We're just, we just thought we could go away and do some work in a quiet space. But here, there's something nice about bringing you in and letting you see Yeah, and you wouldn't necessarily understand all the things that we,

03:53:38--> 03:54:09

you know, don't have to agree. But the point is, you just have to recognize that some things, we're not really able to bring everyone with us all at once. But there will be some people who appreciate the specific depths of things that we're talking about, especially when recorded from the sources and how we're using them, and then how we interpret them so that the gap between what we discussed and then what we arrive at, and we see you guys's suggestions, and sometimes we ignore them on purpose, because you guys didn't see the process that was leading to that conclusion and how your suggestions though, seems similar in English, is departing from what we're looking at in the tafsir.

03:54:09--> 03:54:15

So we had to ensure that we'll follow up with everyone by email, that means that you know, you should have

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registered with us when you signed up. If not, then I'm really in touch

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with the Boehner team that you can you can make sure that you then receive the further emails and things like that where we can give you the links to things that can be further resources. Yeah, so one of them is that for each eye, we will post it on this website. You might know Quran reflector calm. We will take note of that, please Quran we're going to create a special account for the Boehner translation. So then we can post the words of the translation and some of the rationale. We've got a very able student, Mohammed here who has been noting down the rationales. That means that we can give you the rationales in

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written form, in addition to the fact that you've got them in video form, so inshallah we'll let you know about that. Secondly, now some people asked a question about

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translating this into other languages. And I actually want this to be something that we achieve, not after completing entire translation, and then we start thinking about, Okay, what about other languages? Right? I also don't want it to be the case that sort of people randomly pick it up and then say, Okay, well, we translated the BNF translation, and

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we want it to be done. But there needs to be a strong process whereby we can be sure that the translation that happens in different languages reflects the work and the conclusions that will exist in this English version.

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So for that purpose, we're going to need a very, very skilled, very creative team of people in different languages of the world. So this is where you come in, if you have a skill set. And if you have the passion and the interest to make the binary translation available to people, that's if you've seen and being convinced of the value of that. Yeah. And it can sometimes be that people have noted that in a particular language, there aren't any suitable English translations, maybe in English, this, there's so many people might say, Okay, I don't see why there was necessarily a need maybe, you know, see why there is a space at least for for this translation. But in other languages,

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sometimes there just isn't one that does the job at all. So they say, okay, how can we translate the Quran, we do it from the Quran directly starting from scratch, do we take a translation and pick it up and just translate that translation, these can all create some problems, right? So we're inviting people to come on board with the thought process. And then to use this as guidance for translating into the other languages. And if you do that, as part of our team, and as part of the process, and part of the project, then what will happen is in these different languages, we've got something that we all and from Venus perspective can

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understand and, and endorse as the authorized adaptation of the Boehner translation. So this is going to take some time. Yeah. But in the first place, we want to hear from people, we want to start going through some CVS and getting to know people and seeing the potentiality and the possibilities. And it could be the, you know, you might already know, a friend or a colleague that you can work with, we want to work with a pair of people in each language, not quite to the they're not going to do exactly the same as what Steve Norman and I did. Yeah. But you also have to agree with each other, and come to an agreement that, okay, we've thought through this thought process, we

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understand what the conclusion is. And this is the best way that we can convey that point and our language, right? So we won't share who they added in every language. We want to, you know, witnesses to say, we agree the gist of this project that is you guys got to start sending your CVs to Sohaib at the you know.com Not shy vibe at a you know, good luck if you send it to show yeah, he's not gonna He's gonna throw it right in the trash. So don't do that. Yeah.

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So these are some qualities that we'll need from people who are involved, number one, native knowledge of the target language, because you see that it's quite crucial to, to what we are doing the fact that we are not speakers of English who learned English much as we respect everyone in that position, but it's not as we didn't give this kind of result. We're looking for people who can understand what or the whole explanation that we're giving and dancing, aka occur aka

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English nataka speaker was that I've just sort of said to have a break down. Stroke. I was I was looking at a Scottish I was going on about how I was going on about how native English speaker am and then I said okay, I said, Okay,

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so this is another dialect.

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Bring sugar. Okay, donut.

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What it was trying to see what a Bismillah okay. What I was trying to say is your job will be to say, how do people in our language, whatever that may be, say this in a way that's natural and meaningful? Yeah, so native knowledge, talent, and suitable knowledge of Arabic and English doesn't mean you have to be an Arabic expert. But you shouldn't have some familiarity with the words that you're involved in translating. My only thing with Arabic will be okay, you have functional knowledge of Arabic great, just if you can just be like

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I'm all about what you know of Arabic so that you don't make really confident conclusions based on not very much information. But you're really confident that you got this figured out, because you heard the word in your local language, like don't do that kind of stuff.

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Inshallah you're competent in Arabic to a certain level. But don't underestimate the complexity of the Arabic language, and be open to learning more. Yeah, and don't find it embarrassing. If you don't know that much. That's okay. But what is embarrassing is if you think you know, when you don't, that's actually truly embarrassing. And English is needed, so that you can actually follow our translation process. If you don't understand what we're saying, then it's going to be very difficult to, to follow along with what we're doing. Secondly, Islamic knowledge and character, we're not necessarily looking for scholars, and we're looking for, you know, people who know

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something about Islam. That's a basic, general point, previous experience in translation. You know, translation is tough work. Yeah. And here, you want to take on the biggest translation job. And that is, yeah,

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you don't have to be at an expert level. But having done something before, cut your teeth in translation is going to be quite important. If you want to get involved in this. Yeah, good at working in a team, precisely because we're going to make sure that you are negotiating everything with your fellow

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language speaker, and also to connect with the broader team that's going to be working on the whole project. And fifthly, I think you understood already, readiness to follow the thought process and the conclusions that we have laid out here.

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You might not agree with everything. But in order for it to be the authorized translation, the whole point is, is to carry those can at least just say,

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Yeah, this is not a word for word translation from our translation, that's not the point. Right? Understand what it is that we were putting down. Yeah. And then think about it in your language, that will be the challenge. So please send the email

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statement of interest together with your CV, that's two things one, tell us a bit about yourself and why you're interested in doing it. Right. Doesn't have to be extremely lengthy, but, you know, introduce yourself. And if you could, please include a CV, if you know, if you have some scholarly or academic background that would be relevant, please include a CV, and then we will be following up Inshallah, with a kind of training process. And part of that will be, you know, to work on a sample of sorts use to see whether we are all a good fit with each other.

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Before proceeding much further. Okay.

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That was

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the only announcement.

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Yes, so the bit before, it was simply that lookout for the announcement about Chrono reflector comm where we're going to post Okay, at the eyes, and that's for everyone. Because then once you post that there,

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will be happy to receive comments. So obviously, some people have shared comments live, but then other people are watching this not live. So you can also share your comments, you would just go to the relevant IR and you can read what's there and you can post comments under each IR which then will be part of what we review as we improve upon the translation. We might even change things based on people pointing out oh, you've you didn't notice is a big problem with that word you chose is completely wrong, right? If you can provide some detail for that, we will deal with it. Yep, we will. We will definitely deal with it. Thank you very, very much, you guys for attending

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Alhamdulillah we had a remarkable experience make dua for us because our work is just getting started. Not just the translation project, but we have a lot of tafsir work ahead of us. So inshallah Allah My hope is that we are able to continue to do a service to Allah's book with sincerity that Allah accepts it, that we're able to come to conclusions that are pleasing to Him that are in line with the guidance that he has delivered to us. And I'm hoping that inshallah Tada you guys will also be a continuous part of our studies. I know many dreams students were attending this intensive I was hoping that they would be you will be getting an announcement from me about

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continuing Arabic education and what we're going to be doing soon. My apologies for not being able to do that sooner because this travel and other engagements have kind of thrown my time schedule off a little bit. But things are now coming to settle. So inshallah I'll be able to talk about that. But once again, just like Milaca and everybody, thank you so so very much and make lots of dua for the team. They did a lot of great work to put all of this together and really appreciate and especially the minute center here for their hospitality, and how great they've been and just really how remarkable of a host they've been for us very patient with us. So thank you to all of them and Zack

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