Tafseer Surah Yusuf #3

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah salam wa Salaam Salaam Salaam wake up salatu salam

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ala alihi wa sahbihi Omen voila

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word don't fear Surat Al Baqarah I think

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what? surah

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Yaseen?

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Oh, are you saying is him because he's your cousin?

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Okay. Use of your brother. Okay.

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So we're doing so uses right shala Okay. And

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in the first time we gave a background of the surah. Okay. And I know that you're smart students. So before we start, we're gonna give you a sudden quiz. What about this idea? You like it? Say Yes, sir. Yes, yes. Okay. We're going to ask some questions about things that we covered. We talked about the the sort of use of was revealed in Who can tell me that what is my candy alley? I need to give incentives in my candy, please. When was sort of use of revealed we said, which year

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was the year of sadness? You see, this is a very smart way of giving the answer. I didn't say what did we call the year is giving me the name of the year to avoid saying the see. So models are very smart man.

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Okay, yes.

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This is a smarter way. You know, he's saying why was it called the year of sadness? That's the you know, he's answering another question. He said, it's the era when the prophets of Salaam lost, you know, his uncle obatala. And he also lost his wife Khadija. Excellent, but this is not my question. I said, What year? Not? What did we call the year was the name of the year or why was it called the year of sadness? Still, the question is there.

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Yeah, he said it before you But anyway, we'll give you the code in Salva. It's the 10th year after

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after Prophethood. So it's the 10th theme of the mission of the prophets of Salaam. So was that Mecca? Medina

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Mecca Medina.

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Oh, Mashallah. Some people said Naka, some people said Medina is like just to be safe. You know,

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it has to be Mecca. For America. That's the right answer. Okay, those who said Medina, they were just like trying to be on the fence, you know?

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Yeah. Because we said the prophets of Salaam spent 14 years before the mission before the revelation. Right. And how many years after that? 23 years, right. How many of them in Makkah?

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13.

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And how many is in Medina? 10. No, the total is 23. Right? So if I say 13 in Mecca, and the surah was revealed in the 10th year of his mission, it means he was still in Makkah. Okay. Okay, let me give you another question man.

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So, how old was the processor and when was the when the surah was revealed?

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50 years Mashallah. I know you can be inshallah, okay? Please remember me at the end and Salva? Remind me Sorry. So 50 years because he was 40. And it was revealed in the 10th year when he was 15, Salalah. Salah. And Mashallah, the other two questions I was supposed to ask they were answered.

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This year was called the Iraq sadness. Why? Because the processor, I'm lost the two who used to support him amongst the human beings, his uncle obatala. We said we said it before, right? We said it before and his wife had deja vu lavonne right. Okay. So I mentioned also in my introduction to the use of I said, the surah was revealed as Tesla and Tesla. These are two terms in Arabic, Tesla, and Tesla, remember, what does that mean?

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Tesla means I'm going to give you the translation. Okay. But then you still need to explain to me

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Firstly, I means entertainment. And Tesla means when somebody is in grief when somebody is sad, and you want to relieve him of that sadness, that's Tesla. Yeah.

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So Tesla,

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you try to make him forget about his sadness.

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Why

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Because it's a story, remember, and the story is always entertaining. Second thing, it was test Ria because the professor was very sad. And this was the professor last month that I wanted to tell him.

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If you're going through lots, your brother Yousef went through worse.

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Okay, excellent.

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Okay, that's enough for today as a quiz, but as

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warming up for the halaqa we ended up with a cliffhanger to remember. Yeah. No stuck for a while. If you are 10 years old, and you say no, what about me?

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Okay, we talked we finished the first I Alif Lam ra we spent a long time explaining what does that mean? And then we started till K, I will keep moving. Right? and ended up by telling you tilka is measured in value. When you refer to something, which is far away, you say tikka, and that's for plural. And then we have the word I act. When it comes in the Koran it has one of four meanings, how many meanings for meanings, we're going to say them and I'm going to quiz you again. Okay, Al Kitab was sulcata Al Kitab literally means the book

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and the book means that which is written and then I'll move in most of translations will tell you movie means clear.

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They have a brother or a cousin called movie and money. These are you know from the Quran. So movie doesn't mean only clear it has more than that. And I'm going to explain to you the extra meaning and moving because when people say evident or clear in English, it means buy in. But mubin is more than that.

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Okay, so let's go back. So Allah subhanaw taala after I said Alif Lam rah and we explained this in detail meaning that Allah subhanaw taala is challenging the Arabs

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who were so eloquent in the Arabic language telling them that this Quran is composed of the same letters that you compose the most eloquent poetry

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400 lines of verse without the slightest mistake and Brian read them grammar, syntax, you name it. The Quran is composed of the same letters. Can you make up a Quran like this? No, they couldn't. And even Allah concluded this by acquaint yourself with Baba I said, we're in quantum theory the man has done and Amina to basura if you are in doubt about we have sent down to our snake Mombasa salon, which is the Quran, he said, try to make up one surah after it was fair to the Hadith and Miss Li make up a whole Koran. They couldn't

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just tell us the Quran Allah said one surah but then at the end, he said for a lamp as well. And

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if you were not able to do this in the past, and you will not be able to do this in the future until the day of judgment for takuna.

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So this is in summary, what is the meaning of those separate alphabetical letters at the beginning when we say

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at the beginning of the surah that's what it means. Then our last method I said, I told you before, every time you hear a flam ra Alif Lam Meem hammy pop song saw, you know, a mention of the curar will come right away in the next day. Remember when we said so?

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So number 38 what comes after one

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so

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it's a letter one cor an emoji so number 50. So again, the

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the Koran is made up of letters that the Quran is made up of letters like sod, right?

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The crew rock metal was thicker.

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Okay. Also one of the names of the horn is a thicker go to so number 15 number nine in the decra when

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you just name it go to any sort of you know, yeah, see ya unseen. These are two letters right? 140 and in hockey Quran again.

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So here are three says Alif number Ah, what do they say till

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al Qaeda was al Qaeda.

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So always remember this. So let's say tilka till qasemi

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about something which is far away, you say tilka. So for example, I say how the telephone

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had a telephone because clear it's it's, it's close to me right? But if it's far away I say

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no telecasts for plural.

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The leaker.

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So how that is for something close delicates for something for when I say this and that exactly in English. Okay. So I was saying tilka

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What is this in front of me now? Can you see? Was this in front of me?

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So, this these are ideas I'm reciting now tilka to kettlebell movie, right? Is it close to me or close?

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Hello. It's close, right? It's not far right.

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Yet Allah is using tilka

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it's very close, I can even touch it. It's very close to me. But Allah is not saying how he

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but he said tilka

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Why?

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tilapia is for something far, they sit for two things, for two reasons.

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Because these are the words of Allah and the words of Allah are very exalted.

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And how can you prove this?

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I can prove this because if we go back you remember the the Hadith that we mentioned earlier in one of the Holocaust when we said Alma Holla Holla Holla Holla column. First thing Allah created was the pen for chi alecto Allah commanded the pen is it okay to break down a column? You know, the pen said What am I up to? What shall I write a loss of acid,

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mineral and

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write down that which will happen between now till the end of time.

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So everything was written,

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everything was written, including the Quran. I said everything. Isn't the Quran the word of Allah subhanaw taala. Our meeting today was written at that time.

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Well, I was supposed to be in Canada, then. I'm supposed to be out of Canada. But Allah subhanaw taala plans things. Right? So everything that Allah has written, Allah will make it happen. Nobody can stop it.

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And the nature of the

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work and Heather hum Sina alpha Santa Barbara haltwhistle Otto, and that happened 50,000 years before the creation of the heavens and the earth. Everything was written.

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And then that was collected in something called a low Hellmuth.

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Allah de catabolic. jumia officious his way. I love him. I thought that was collected in something called the preserve tablets.

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Okay.

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Aloha McFaul, Allah azza wa jal, semi Serbia, and that preserve a tablet is Allah subhanaw taala above seven heavens.

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So no one knows what's written there. Even the angels, even the prophets, Allah reveals to the angels, whatever Allah wants to reveal to them, and then they take it down to the to the prophets.

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So is the Quran or was the Koran included in the local McFaul?

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Hello? Hello.

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Yes, sir. Yes.

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Can you give me evidence? Yes. And so number 85. Schools, the rouge

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towards the end of the surah Allah subhanho wa Taala says, In Arabic Allah Shadi

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to do Larsen Majeed

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Belem.

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v.

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v. Filo.

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So, it's not without ever saying this, Allah said this at the end of certain foods below.

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Anima Jean Philo

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so the Quran was a law

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that was written by the pen 50,000 years before the creation of the heavens and the earth.

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This is why the Quran is elevated and the Quran isn't lo and behold, but today what is the Quran? It's in our hands. How?

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Because Allah subhana wa Taala decided to send it down

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in

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de la la

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what's,

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what's the hair here?

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Allah said we sent it down on the night of another What's it the Quran?

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So, Allah sometimes is an Zellner and sometimes uses zelner Is there a difference?

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Of course, yes. Would you like to know it?

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to people

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from amongst 300 or 402 people said, Yeah, maybe.

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Would you like to know? Oh, it's too late. I'm sorry. Um, so you killed it for me.

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I don't like to talk to the audience. And I told you before I don't like to talk to people. I want to talk with you. Okay. Would you like to know if

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that's the type of Yes, I need to hear every time you know what, it's coming in shallow and we'll talk about that until now. And the next I am going to talk about it in Salah. But if I get the same response, I'm going to skip it inshallah. It's up to you.

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Okay, but anyway, when Allah smart Allah says in Anza level, feed a little further, you know, even at best of the law on whom I said that Allah subhanho wa Taala send her arm from a low hand Mahfouz all of it

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on the night of other to assemble dunya

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to the nearest heaven to us

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all at once. But the Quran came to Prophet Mohammed Salah across how many years 23 years. So this Quran that we have in our hands now was not was not revealed in one night.

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Let them know, the entire Quran came down from a low

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to a summit dunya to the nearest heaven. But then GB RAM used to come down from the nearest heaven to the processor. Every time there was a need for the

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time the professor was in a situation he needed support the Quran will come He needs his patience, the Quran will come.

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Is that clear? This is why I always say the reason for the revelation of this surah because those people came to ask this question

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number seven here and so and sort of use it What does Allah say?

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He

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lists

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any he, indeed, in use of and his brothers, there are if there are many lessons to be learned, many reminders for whom for those who asked, Who are there? And what they asked, Would you like to know? When Daya comes in? Shall we just be patient? You're going to learn patience and sois of themselves. Okay, because I told you I answered this question before, but let me remind you, that you forgot. When I when I mentioned in the introduction to the surah. This the reason for the revelation as Babylon Zoo of Joseph was because one of two things.

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One of two things, either the People of the Book, the Jews at that time, the story of yourself is revealed in a Torah.

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And the story of Joseph was also revealed in the Injeel.

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So it's revealed in a Torah the Buddha was given to musala Salah is also revealed in the NGO that was given to

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a Salah Salah, right.

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So, the People of the Book, the you know, they they came when the people of Makkah found out that they cannot stop the processor limb, and they cannot match the Koran. They just wanted to prove that he's wrong in any way. So they went to the Jews in Medina, and they asked them, you know, how can we prove that this man is wrong?

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He says that he receives revelation. They said go and ask him about

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Use

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what do you know about use?

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And why did he and his family left out of the canal? Bloody Sham, which at that time, it was not what it is now, which is Palestine, you know, Lebanon, Syria, it was all called Palestine tours all philosophy.

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Okay. And they left Palestine and they went to Egypt. If he answers you, then he says if he is that he receives a revelation, can you can we can you switch? You sit here and he says here, please.

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Okay. So he says, if he answers you, then he is.

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Give me the word, a prophet, he receives revelation, if he doesn't know that he's a liar.

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So they came to the prophecy salon. Until that moment, the porcelain had no idea about us.

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Because there is no revelation that came to him about him. He doesn't know. So they said to him, What do you know about Yusuf?

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And why did he and his family left Palestine and they went to Egypt.

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And the surah came down.

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now known as

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the

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hyena, la caja

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de la mina.

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Muhammad, we were sending down this plan to you. But before we're going to tell you about sort of yourself, you were amongst those who are uninformed. That's my translation. That's my own translation. All the translations out there are stuck for a while, you will find the translation of often is heedless, stuck for a while. This is sub inhibition. And they'll offer you any moment.

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But this is not the meaning will not reflect

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what I said when I cut off a mesh,

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so the last parallel without acid Rafi mean? It means Oh, Mohammed, you were not informed about this. But since we're going to inform you now you will know because Allah wanted to support him. When people wanted to prove them to be Allah. Allah said, No, you are a prophet, and I will reveal to you the story of yourself. And hence the sort of stuff that is that clear.

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Or they said, A say a lien, or the Sahaba. That's the other reason that they mentioned in the books of Tafseer. They said, the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, because I told you the 10th year of the mission of the of Salaam, was the peak of oppression, and persecution of Mecca to the followers of the prophets of Salaam. So much. So they said prophet of Allah, is there a story from the from the past, that you can share with us? That will give us some hope and some patience? That will teach us patience?

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sovereign Jovi, right. So last night that I said, How do you go, if you are going through this? See what your you know what your brother uses, went through and teach your companions, what he went through so that they can be more patient?

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And who are they compared to use? Al Karim Abdel Karim Abdel Kareem Abdul Karim, the most noble when it comes to lineage, yet he went through all of this. And that's what I always say, if you go through a difficulty,

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close your eyes for a second. Remember who you are, who am I? And comparison compare yourself to sort of yourself and go and read it or listen to it will lie, that sadness will go away.

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And you will be relieved. Because if you serve Elisa Lam, that the porcelain said the most noble because he's a prophet, the Son of the Most Noble because his father Yaqoob is a prophet, the Son of the Most Noble because his grandfather is ha a prophet, the Son of the Most normal, because he is the grand grandson of Ibrahim Ali Salah, who amongst all the human beings can match us valleys and lineage, and nobility. Yet we will see how he suffered in his life.

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So I told you this life is a test. And the best example of somebody who went through lots of tests is Yusuf Ali Salaam. So whatever you're going through now, you have, you know, a cheap husband, you have a nagging wife, you have a disobedient son, you have, you know, any type of test in your life. Remember, this will lie he will lie he will lie. This is nothing compared to what you said has been

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Through

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MRI,

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we will see what's installed. Okay, so now we understand what does the law say tilka because the Quran is exalted. Second thing, the Koran is in the local muscle. Even now it's completed and it's revealed and it's in our hands yet Can you imagine that this book? Is the word of Allah. I want you just to close your eyes and think for a second. Allah is talking to me in this book

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lavaca What an honor

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if I want to talk to me I just opened the plan. And listen I was gonna say yeah

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levena

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Oh you who believe was talking to

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tilka turkey terrible movie.

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So moving on.

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Yet is the plural of the word AI.

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an AI is not your nice

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AI when it comes in the Quran? It's one of four meanings, how many meanings for

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number one, which is the literal meaning. The Quran is composed of?

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sutras To start with, right.

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And the word surah comes from what it seems from Su. Su means a wall or a fence.

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And Suppan Allah, Allah didn't call it chapter firstly. But in English, we say, first. And this is why people get confused. When is a chapter in the Pura and they start reading the Quran, they say, Man, second chapter has no relationship with the first chapter. Chapter Three, has nothing to do with chapter two.

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There's no coherence in your book. Well, it's because of your, you know, shortage of understanding because you should know that this is not these are not actors.

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It's sort of so the word sort of comes from what stems from suit what sort of a wall or a fence? Why? Because each surah has its own theme. And within the same theme, there are many sections within the same surah.

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And when you go and follow up the threads and the main themes in the surah, you will find it's very coherent. But you just need somebody to teach you that's what you need.

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Is that clear? So this white school surah so the Quran is surahs. Right? How many souls in the Quran?

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114 114 right. Okay.

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And each surah contains a number of ayah.

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Right? The one surah is Surat

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Al Baqarah, right?

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How many is

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286 286 is right. The shortest Surah Surah

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Al COVID Surah

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altorfer. How many is three in

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for some dinner of becoming her initially Okay. All

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right.

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And subparallel hamdulillah. We all know the longest and the shortest, right? And this one will always prefer in our Salah to use the longest sutras and our solar all the time. alfalfa and the effluence.

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Right,

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man, we're busy, right?

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And then when you start like audio service, like no, yeah, there isn't authentic Harris. Sorta Laplace is equal to one third of the Quran just say three times. Done.

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Yes, that's the agile. Allah subhanaw taala is so bound to like gives you lots of agile, but are you telling me if somebody decides the entire for an there's gonna be like someone who decides, you know, throw to the class three times? It's the agile, right? Okay. I remember a nice situation. There was a

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job vacancy in one of the Islamic centers and they were interviewing people and you know, people will always be nervous during an interview so people were lining up. And Subhanallah when, when the first one comes out, they asked him what type of questions are they asking inside they say you know what, they can ask you about your name. And if your name coincides with the with the name of the soldier and the forearm, they can ask you to recite the song

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That's easy. So first

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his name was no. So that was easy. It's like What's your name? No. Besides sir. Oh, no, that's fine. Second one, what's your name? I said, my name is Ibrahim. This is a, you know, sort of 14. Yeah, go ahead, recite Surah 1431 What's your name? Mohammed. It's like, okay, you know, sort of 47 read. The last one. He said, my name is used to but my mom calls me counsel.

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So he was smart, right?

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So this is gonna say I decided so he said, No, I said like cofinanced. That's what we do. Okay. So going back. So we said I add is the plural of IR right? So we said each, the whole Koran is composed of 114 sutras each sir has a number of

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so these words as we call them, versus what do we call them? versus okay. So I would be verse, you know, when we when we talk about poetry, like we say one line of verse, right, so we'll also say the word verse, right? But again, I would prefer to say I, why? Because the word verse has the connotation, as a biblical connotation, and also a literary connotation. It could be like a line of verse from a poem, for example, okay. So I would rather want you and I, to get used to use the word surah. And to get used to the use of the word also.

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Okay, so from now on, you will hear me saying surah chapter and you can hear me saying the word I am not verse. So now we understand the meaning of ayat is the plural of

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that's the first meaning, but also a loss of Hannah Dinah uses the word ayah in the Quran, meaning, a miracle. What's a miracle?

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Something that only Allah can do. Something that only Allah can do. Right? Like what? Like when the people who follow Musa alayhis salaam? Were leaving Egypt, right? And they were followed by the army of the Pharaoh. Right? So they were told between two fires, the sea in front of them, and the Pharaoh and his army behind them, there's no way out. And that's why they said

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in the raccoon, we're done.

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But what did Moses Ramsay because Allah promised him before he said, in an email Akuma as

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always with you, and I see what's going on, and I hear what's happening.

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So he knew that Allah Subhana Allah will find him a way out and if you are close to Allah and if you are conscious of Allah when you are in a problem alone find you it might take time but find your way out so believe in a lost promise. And this is why masala Salaam right away when they said we are doomed, we're done.

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No,

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B, C or D Allah.

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Allah is with me and He will guide me to a way out right away Allah said

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imagine now if you are in the shoes of masala Salah

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the seas in front of you and all what the last thing you just hit the sea with your stick or your staff.

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Some people in the books of the field they say How old was in the front and moose out at the back swing the command came to the stick how old also his brother who's a prophet had a stick with him. So he says hit the hit the sea with your stick he did nothing happened.

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The command is for you Musa and he will stick and that's the miracle. That's the margin.

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So most of the Allies so he ran to the front and hit the see what happened. Allah paved the way for them within the sea. And this is the only land that saw the sun one day because it came back to normal. Allah subhanaw taala made a path through the sea and spell Allah said fanfold Philippa, so the sea was divided for Canada.

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Can you imagine the water should be overflowing that way. So last petal order the water to flow back that way and the other one to flow back that way.

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And then they had a path and allow me to build windows for them because they were the last bar. Okay, and and while they were crossing

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Seeing the look they used to look to each other from the windows or they come in Okay, let's, let's be with them.

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Isn't this a miracle? That's one of the meanings of the word that is what I was what I said that he sent musala salam ala for me, Allah said, etc.

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And so often meaning to Samardzija. He sent him with nine miracles. One of them you know, the river Nile and Egyptians here.

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I'm the only one.

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Okay, so have you been to Egypt? I'm sure that many of Somalis, you have seen the river Nile, right? What color is it?

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The water is colorless anyway, but it looks like white or blue. Right? But basically it's colorless, right. But Allah subhanaw taala at the time of masala salam, you know, as much as as a miracle he turned that water into blood.

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Can you imagine the pharaoh woke up in the morning and they drink from the water. And they saw like the sort of water it was blood. So they went to masa, they said, Ask a lot of changes back to water, man. We need sweet water. We can't live. We can drink blood. Smaller, even though when you go to the hospital, they give you blood. Right? Sometimes they buy it for you.

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Okay, drink blood.

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You don't have to drink water, just go ahead and drink the blood. No, you can.

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So when he called mon Sol SLM and most of all Allah, that was a test for them. Musa is a prophet, and I'm supporting him. And because he's going to make the art for me, I'm going to change it back to water, yet they wouldn't believe.

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So these are called miracles. So the second meaning of the word is a miracle. Number three,

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the word it means a sign that proves the existence of Allah.

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And he either will do the law has origin. Allah Allah, Allah doesn't like what? reduce me sort of.

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Sort of the highest and such. What

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was the

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it's the third the time after the sun shines. who commands the sun to shine everyday in the morning?

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Isn't this a sign? That's a it's a proof that Allah exists. we'll label it as such.

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And when the light encompasses half the hemisphere,

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and it becomes dark, who commands the sun to go away? And the darkness to come?

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That's another area. And we see every day. What shuns you, Oh Ha ha, 111 lady either.

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What's

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up? Ah ha, ha. These are all shadows. The sun isn't. Right.

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The camo The moon is an idea. Right? The day, the night.

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The sky? Can you see the pillars holding the sky?

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Look at this building.

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If we don't have pillars in the corners, what's going to happen to the ceiling?

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Right. And do we have to maintain it?

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Normally it lives for like 50 years, 100 years, and then you need to make maintenance to make sure that there is nothing wrong with it. Right. Can I ask your question? Sir? Yes. I want to hear like you know, yes. We're coming to an end and shala Can you imagine?

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How old is the sky?

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Is it 50 years? Is it 100 years? Who's maintaining it?

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Don't they reflect? Younger means to look but a lot doesn't mean just looking with your eyes? No. A lot wants you to look with your intellect to think who's holding the sky. Men in there the Rafa sama, Abdullah Rahman.

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Allah says the Ramadan

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you can see the pillars that are holding the sky.

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And then some people deny the existence of Allah. So what's the third meaning of the word of the ayah? It's a sign and approve of the existence of Allah subhana wa Taala

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the fourth meaning of the word

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it means a listen and a reminder for us. Give me an example from the for the can for us for what what he

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see the word? Yeah turn this ad. What I have here

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listens, reminders. Read the very end of soils. Left Radhika and Effie pazhassi Mary Barra. Lee.

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So the word Deborah is like a, it's a listen.

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Because when you listen to the story, you know, your eyes will tear and subparallel what comes out of your eyes? We call it the Abra. The tears also called the Abra. Why? Because it expresses

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it expresses what's in your heart.

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This is very deep. Okay, so now Alif Lam raw tilka.

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Would you ever see this in the English translation? Never. You see, how many times have we been spinning still in the first is how many hoppers

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Allah said l kita. What's Akita?

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That book when it comes with alpha lamb like this, it means the Quran.

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Okay. And it tells us this is one form of how the Quran was

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conveyed to us how the Quran was transmitted to us in the form of, can you see it? That's Ankita it's written. Right? So Paula, the next I right away. Number two, Allah said in the novel, give me the word for

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for an unknown, talk about sleep.

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Wake up, I'm talking about salaries. Okay, in Anza. Now for and what's Koran. It's also the book was the difference between al Qaeda and the Koran. So al Qaeda means that which is written for our means that which is recited.

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So two forms, the written form and the oral form. Is that clear. So you have two forms. And this is how the Quran was, you know, transmitted to us.

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And this is how, by the way, you can prove to everyone that we talked about this before the other half, as I said, when somebody asks you, how can you prove that the Quran is the only authentic book on earth?

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Because it was transmitted to us in two forms. The written form, the entire Quran was written at the time of the professor in his lifetime. Yes, it was not collected as a whole book as in our hands now. But it was written down how every time the revelation will come, you know, some of the scribes, those people who know how to even write, like Ali or Lohan, like, Oh, my God, Alon, they used to write down the processor, and this is a miracle in itself. He doesn't know how to read and write, do you know why? Because if he knows how to do, they're gonna say, Oh, he was a poet. He was very eloquent, even though he's the most eloquent, but they would have said, Oh, he wrote it himself. He

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doesn't know how to write.

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Okay, and that's a miracle in itself, right

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now,

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so.

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And during the lifetime of the process, there were hundreds of the Sahaba who memorized the entire Quran to heart Is that clear?

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So the Quran never stopped to be memorized.

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So when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, what happened?

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Okay, almost inshallah, we have three more minutes inshallah, when the professor lamb

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past the way, there were hundreds of offers, okay.

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Then Amara, Dillon came to the tabaka, the first Khalifa he said, Listen, we need to compile the whole Quran into one book. It's written, you know, whatever was handy at the moment of revelation sometimes when a piece of cloth on a rock, you know, on a branch of a palm tree, you know, some in this house some of that house, but it was all written. So he said we need to compile in one volume in one book. A Baba asked him he said, Why didn't the promiseland do this?

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Shall I innovate something about selling didn't do. That's a bit odd.

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So Omar backed off, he didn't have any thing to say against this. But yet in a battle called Alia Mama 77, zero of the hoffa were killed.

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So I'm also scared. He came back to what can I said, shall we wait until all the heifers will buy? And then we're going to lose the Quran?

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isn't the time to compile the Koran book?

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And then abubaker said, yes, there is a necessity now.

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So he brought, you know, a number of hours, the best amongst them. And he made a committee chaired by the best linguists of the time, they didn't his habit or their loved one.

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And they verified the entire Koran that was written each single ayah against two of the companions, who heard directly from the prophets of Allah, Allah said, this is how authentic the Puranas

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listen carefully because this is the only way you can prove to anyone who will argue with you that this book is the only authentic book on Earth.

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These are the same words that was revealed that were revealed to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and they never cease to be written or to be memorized orally. So written Al Kitab, orally Al Quran

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is that clear? So once they verified the entire PR on each single, I was verified against how many of the how far to who heard directly from the professor solemn and above solemn heard directly from jabril la sala ngvla, salaam, Islam came from a loss of power, this is why you didn't

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sober 55

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who told the Quran Allah, to whom to debris and jabril Toho to Mohammed salah and Mohammed Salim to whom to the companions, and it continued until now, you can say chef, or chef, or six one so he is my chef who taught me the Quran. But again, if you asked if he was gonna say, take it back to Earth man.

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Because he's the one who told jabril and jabril Mohammed, and then it started from there. Is that clear?

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So when they verified the entire Koran every single ayah against false there was only one

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that was heard by only one Sahabi

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Would you like to know the I?

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Would you like to know the Sahabi

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My time is over.

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So we're going to continue this inshallah next week.

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Okay, so remind me what we were talking about Akita that which is written, okay. And they verified every single, again, is to have the hofers. Right. Except for one ayah what's the ayah? And who's the Sahaba? Heard that I and did they include the enterpreneur rocks? And why did they include it?

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Okay, so now we're going to open the floor for 15 minutes as we always do, inshallah, for q&a, but don't ask me about the cliffhanger. You can ask any other question? Because I know you're very smart. Mashallah, okay.

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Okay. Yes.

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So, the brothers asking, why, you know, a single unit of the surah is called is not bait like, you know, like, like a verse like a lion and verse electrohome Shah, because the Quran will not follow the poetry the poetry is the is that which would should follow the Quran, because the Quran is the word of Allah, and whatever Allah says, We follow Allah. So Allah for that I recorded a law called Surah Surah Manzil na, na COVID sola, right. So we listen to what Allah subhanaw taala said, because even the grammar that we teach today, the 500 rules of grammar, they depend on the existence in the Quran.

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And one of my, one of my papers that I wrote, to be promoted from an assistant professor to an associate professor was just responding to someone who said, there are 12 grammatical mistakes in the Quran. I said, Yeah, please bring them

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and I wrote the whole paper refuting what he said because he's totally ignorant. He doesn't understand what he's talking about. He doesn't know the difference between in an In this way he missed them.

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Okay.

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He said it says in the Quran in her Daniela Sahara. He said it should be lesser.

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I said it's not in the Sahara. It's an inherent in a salmon is like, Okay. And then the rest goes like this. He said, we're in at any minute What

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is doable? It should be a settler. I said each is how many people attend each fair in itself as a group is like okay, okay. And it goes like that, you know I'm saying so we cannot bring the the grammar to judge the prawn. Even the drama is the baby of the Pura. Can you bring like a kid here to judge his mom

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to tell her what to do?

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In fact, they do. I mean today, but that's not right.

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Right? Yes, please.

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So the brother was asking question he was saying.

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You mentioned that the first creation Allah created was dependent on Allah subhanaw taala said, right down. And then we mentioned the Hadith. But at the end of that, he said, and the narrator of the Hadith, the Sahaba said, that was 50,000 years before the creation of the heavens and the earth. So the question is,

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he's asking me, how old is Earth? How old is Earth, then, depending on that? And the answer is, I don't know. I'm not. I did not study geology. That's a question that I can answer. Okay. Because don't always think that the Koran will give you a detailed answer everything like in history and in geography. No. Okay. If the processor leftovers, I'll tell you, even the story of your salad salad. How old was he? When his brother took him and throw him in the world? Some duration said six years, other six, seven years? And I said eight years? Does it count? Is it important? To me? No. So the scholar said,

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I learned a levy Ilayaraja levy. While I am for me, maybe les sallahu fader, if there is something that I don't know, it will not harm me in any way. It's useless. If there is an if there is something that I know and it will not benefit me, it's also useless. So don't waste your time. And this is why you will find in the Quran sometimes a lot says watch.

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Medina tiasa.

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And then a man came from the outskirts or the the farthest point of the city, rushing, running, was the last day a man what's his name? If it's important, allowed have said, Have you been a job? I gave you the name now? does it add anything to you? No. But a lot wants to tell you. What did the man do? If you want to be a man, act like that man, say

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Boo.

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Boo.

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Boo. Allah keeps mentioning a dog.

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But he talks about the people who are saying, We're the three or four, four or five, it doesn't matter. If it really matters, I would have told you, why do you keep yourself busy with something that's not gonna benefit you? This is one of the traps of shaitan he will come to you sometimes and make you busy with asking something that will not benefit me. If I know it was 7000 years. Okay.

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I'm not writing, you know, a paper on that. Right? It doesn't make a difference. So we need to learn from the last part I was gonna mention. Talk about a place for example, okay. The people of the cave.

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Okay, or, you know what your actual Medina the man came from the farthest point in the city. What city is it? Again, it's relevant. It's unpacking, like some place in Turkey now. I told you now, again, does it make any difference?

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So Allah if it's important, allowed to have mentioned the city, but Allah saying, okay, don't do as the people of that city did.

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That's, that's the more important thing. Okay. Let's take one last question. shala.

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Yep.

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Okay, he said don't do as the people of the city, you know, have done you know, don't don't act like the people of the city. It says what did they do? You know, and so I see When, when, when that man Have you been a job Rajan who came rushing to them? Is it far

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more serene, you know,

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Lesson them some messengers. So he was asked to visit follow the messengers. It has

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to do, they're not even asked me to pay them anything and they are guided so they are coming to guide you to Allah. What did they do to him to that man himself? They stepped on him, all of them until they killed him. Can you imagine an entire city? They put them at the bottom and they walked on him, all of them

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until he was killed

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that man

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Have you been a job that I mentioned? The man who came to mind them and he commanded them? He said, Follow the messengers.

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They killed him in response, despite that Subhanallah when he died, so panela look what he said.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala took him to Ghana right away. Okay, later call me Allah moon, Morocco.

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Morocco me. I wish my people he didn't even say anything bad to them. He wished them I said, I wish my people would know what happened to me. And how our last part Allah Allah to me by taking me to gin. All I was trying to do is to guide them to Allah and that's the response from them. You know, they just stepped on me until they killed me. Okay, so we're gonna conclude down shala because Mashallah the babies are the bad

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