Tafseer Surah Yusuf #4

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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while at early he was Sahaba he Oman Wallah.

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I remember I cliffhanger you last time? I don't think that you still remember. But I do remember. So they remember the cliffhanger from last time.

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If you don't, we'll just gonna go on you know.

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I go ahead.

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Yeah.

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Yeah,

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I saw luck.

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I saw luck

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so I see the first one or Mashallah.

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You have to earn it. It's not we're not just giving away. He answered the question.

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Because when you sit here, I don't want you to be slick looking at me, I want to be to be listening to me, right?

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Okay. So the, I mean, I did two cliffhangers one in the middle when I told you are you interested to know and only two awake people said yes. And everybody else was like,

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maybe in Java. Okay, I said, When Allah subhanho wa Taala set in sort of other in en zelner who feel a little cutter yet. And so number three, he said Missoula

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and for Paul,

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as well. So what's the difference between Angela and Missoula? And then I said, Are you interested to know and two people only were interested let's see. Try them Salah Are you still interested to know?

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Yes, that's what I need to hear inshallah. Okay.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I want you to notice this in the Quran all the time. When the lesson ends Allah. It means all at once, just one time.

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But when he says Nasrallah, it means it will take time. It's not all at one time. It's many times across a period of time. I'll explain this.

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When Allah subhanho wa Taala says in Enza Naboo feel a little taller.

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Okay. And

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it sounds to you in Arabic as a word.

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Sorry, in English, but in Arabic, it's, it's a full sentence.

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einzelner who means we sent it down, that's a full sentence. There's a subject we sent a transitive verb. And then it is the object. And down is a preposition.

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It's a full sentence.

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So when I lost my car, I said einzelner home.

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It means what did I say? All at once? One time might feel a little colder. Now when I asked you we sent it down. It refers to what?

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Ankita which? geography science?

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Are you sure don't listen to people that are trying to trick you.

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Okay, I'll give you

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see now you'll earn it.

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Okay.

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It's for him.

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So when I last heard that I said, we send the Koran down, feed a little color on the avocado.

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That means as adverse or the alarm, Hamas said in his Tafseer he said, Allah send the Koran from a low hand muffled on the seventh heaven with Allah subhanho wa Taala to a semi dunya to the nearest heaven, the one that's you know, the that's close to us. On the right of Okada.

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Then naza Allah, which comes in the Koran, at other places, it means gibreel used to come down across 23 years.

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So the Koran, those 604 pages, those 114 sutras were not

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revealed or they came down to the processor lamb at one light which is the light of another No, the Quran came at what light from a low helmet for in the seventh heaven of Allah to a similar idea to the rainiest heaven to us, but then jabril came down when people came to ask him what do you know about Yousuf that was in the 10th year of his mission, right? The first revelation ever was when he was on top of the mountain aircraft, not even the entire saucer number 96 was just the first five I had and then later on the rest came at another time.

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So, those sources that you see now, you know, never came all at once except some of them like In fact, it came all at once, use of came all at once, but the other person that you can see like you know, sort of Bukhara, it came across yours. By but every single time the Basilan would receive revelation from you know, Jupiter Li Salaam Jupiter will say, put this is in that surah put this I add after this is this is why you will see in one of the Hadith

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that the one of the Sahaba came one time during the night he said it was almost like after midnight, and there was no electricity at the time of the proposal and there was no power. She said when I walked into the masjid, as if there was like a tree in the middle of the masjid. And no there is no tree in that place.

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And then he said when I came close, it was the prophets of Salaam in the darkness, praying to Allah, my prayers.

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So he said I said to myself, I'll join him in sha Allah

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and he joined the process and then he said

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after a certain factor, he started circling back around to your car and the oola look at the expedition of the Sahaba he said, I said to myself inshallah he will recite 100 is inshallah, in the first rocker.

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Look at the expectation without time.

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I'm sure if chef Yusuf recites more than five is today. I was gonna say chef, you so what's wrong with you? Man, we have a job outside man, what are you doing?

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The problem and Doris Allah, Who decides sorta none.

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Even though as Paula, it's not allowed Salah, but you will enjoy.

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And he would say, I will come to the salon. And my intention is to recite at least 100 and the record, but then I hear a cry of a baby with his mom at the back. Then I shortened my Salah, out of mercy to the heart of that mother because her heart would be broken. If the baby if the baby keeps crying.

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While

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me That's the meaning of mercy. He used to feel free to the people, he had that compassion in his heart.

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So

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he said, I said to myself, inshallah he's gonna make us of the first 100 as he said,

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he finished.

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Two, how many is

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286 is

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if you decide the way the problem would be reciting today, it will take you three hours.

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And then he said, some

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sort of an answer. Somebody would say, hold on, hold on.

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You're missing up. Now the author of the Quran should be lm ra number three, right? At that time, and that's why I'm using this hadith. At that time. That was the order of the iron that was not completed yet.

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Is that clear to some people sometimes when the head is confused,

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and then he said, the Sahaba said, I said to myself, and sha Allah, He will make record we're still in the first record

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after the first 100 a.

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And then the bathrooms he said, the person completed the song

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Can you imagine the prophecy silom recited, you know, the six sewers we call them a wall

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like Bukhara

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and Musa, I mean at that time, but it was like to be alone in Milan, then Anissa then Alma ADA.

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And every time the Sahaba says, I said to myself, insha Allah who mechnical after the first 100 days,

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and then he said, When that happened, had the 13 FCB amerind soon I started thinking

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To do something bad,

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what will come to your mind something but as to how we might do in this situation? Run away.

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You know, try to hire and skip in them as it is said, I started to think to sit down because I was so tired.

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He was a young man, and the porcelain was almost in his 60s.

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Can you imagine? When you are enjoying the Quran, the words of Allah, you don't think of this word and you don't feel it?

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Isn't this amazing?

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So now we understand the difference between Angela and NASA. Tell me the difference. Angela means

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all at once. NASA means

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across a period of time. Right? Exactly now, because later on shala I'm going to test you and it's coming today. It's coming today. So be attentive. Now let's kill the other cliffhanger. I said, We explained the last halakhah How can we prove that the Quran is the most authentic book on the in the world? Right. And I told you the whole story how the Koran was compiled in one volume, which is the Quran our hands now because at the time of the bruxism, there was no Quran like this, there was no keytab like this.

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The Quran was only the oral tradition, the Quran, which was memorized.

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And as I said, at the time, now, if I give you can't, then you're gonna get busy with the candy, I'm not gonna give you candy. Now, let's focus on what you're doing now. Okay, let's focus on this now, all of you will get candy at the end.

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So at the time of the processor, as I said, there was no need, because whenever the Quran will come down, you know, whoever, amongst the Sahaba, who was literate, they would write it down or whatever was handy, a piece of cloth, you know, a piece of rock, you know, a branch of a palm tree, whatever was handy at that time. And then it was bits and pieces here and there. And as I told you, at the time of obovata de la Han, Omar came to me, and he said, Why don't you compile the Quran and one book? He said, Why didn't the professor him do it?

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Because there were hundreds of the Sahaba who memorized the Quran? Did I say the Koran or the keytab? What's the difference? The four are means that which is recited that which is read, but the key that is that which is written, so there was no kita.

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So abubaker said, you know, it's a bit odd. I'm going to be innovating, do something new in the dean. I'm not gonna do this. But when 70 people, you know, in the Battle of Lima amongst the whole fall, those who memorize the Quran were killed, Omar came again. He said, Are you gonna wait until all of them will be killed? We're going to lose the euro. And a worker said there is a necessity now, the whole world

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to be held Mahabharat

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there's a rule that says necessity renders what's impermissible to be permissible? Okay, so he said there is a need now. Because if we wait until most of the memorizers will be killed, then we're going to lose the forearm. So does he do as I told you last time, and that was the cliffhanger. He brought a committee of those who memorized the Quran. And that committee was chaired by who, by the best linguist of the time, they had been fed that was his name. Zeid, heaven forbid, or their loved one.

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And they made sure that they collected all that which was written bits and pieces. And they verified every single idea of the most half. This Quran that's written, again, is to have the core of the Havas or we'll call them also the Quran, the Swiss to recite the Quran, you know, that they heard directly from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam they can have these two separate them, please because they are playing Okay. Can you come here? Yeah, yeah, come here to the front, please.

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And leave your friend there. Yeah, come here.

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Okay, so they made sure that they verified every single ayah that was written against how many how far to until they verified the entire forearm, except for one. And that was the cliffhanger. What is the ayah? And what's the story behind this i that i is a number 23 in software.

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So number 33 and observe and number 23. What Allah Allah says

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Mini mini

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mini mini

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for me

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obey the law

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there is a story behind this

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the reason it was revealed Would you like to note

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oh five people Mashallah.

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Would you like to know it?

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Too late? Too late forgot to order to eat the chocolate this oil there is no energy now.

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Okay, so this is the cliffhanger for next time. Okay, so what's the story behind the revelation of this era but this is not our topic we're we're killing the previous cliffhanger now. Okay, what's the story of this ayah we're going to share the reason for revelation next time you remind me inshallah, okay.

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But

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what happened to this iron? We do have this and the Quran they approved it How? I'll tell you the story.

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One day, the prophet

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not happy. One day the Prophet

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salallahu Allah, this is the best day and night to say Shalom, Shalom, right? You do one time Allah gives you 10 right. So the Prophet Sall Allahu

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wa sallam

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was sitting with the with and when there was only one Sahabi sitting with him and then a Bedouin cane

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and the lamb, both a horse or a camel from the bedroom and he paid him the money. But the big one came and he knows the boxer lamb is very generous. Anybody would ask him for something and give it to him.

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So he came the person said, When shall you pay me?

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For that camera, the horse and the officer said Haven't I paid you before? He said no.

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So the problem turned around and he said who would be my witness that I paid this man his money. There was only one Sahabi

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His name is

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Abu Jose I'ma Sabbath. Ansari. What's his name?

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buccos I'ma Sabbath, Al Ansari.

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He said me prophet of Allah.

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And then the Bedouin, you know, shied away, and he left. He felt embarrassed.

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And after he left, the salon turned around to

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a book was a must have the answer. He said, Have you seen me giving him the money? He said, No profitable one.

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Like, how come? How come that you bear witness. And you haven't seen me giving him the money, it should prophet of Allah.

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I will be sitting next to you. And all of a sudden, in a very cold day, you will start sweating. And you will stop talking to us. And after a few minutes, you tell us that jabril came with a revelation from Allah and I would believe that without seeing jabril without hitting gibreel and you're saying that you paid the money and you need a witness and I'm not gonna bear witness.

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And then the professor made a statement he said, Men shahidullah hoceima.

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Whoever takes hoceima Ebenezer Ansari, as a witness, he doesn't need a second witness. He Shana is a Shahada of two

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because in Islam, you know, you have to have two witnesses. The Apostle him said, if

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he was a witness, you will need a second witness. Guess what? Hosea was the only one who heard this.

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So they didn't need a second witness. So they included the iron in the forearm.

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Is that clear?

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Okay, let's go back to four years of them.

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So we said Alif Lam mean? We explained that tilka we explained tilka which is shovel buried, and we explained how come that the Quran is very close to me, but we say tilka which is like you know, something that's far away because the Quran is in a local mahoba right, the real Farrar that was written in the lower half of his will Allah subhanaw taala. These are copies that were written down and circulated to us, right. And also we say because the Quran is the word of Allah, and the

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words of Allah are very exalted.

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Okay. Now, I add, we said the plural of IRA, an IRA means we explained four meanings. I'm not gonna say them again, when the word either comes in the form that it has four meanings, right? Verse, sign of the power of Allah, Mirko, or listen and reminder. Right? Then we said al kita. What's our kita?

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The book which book?

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alpha, right? So was referring to this tilka to Nikita. Al Kitab means that which is written the book right comes from kettlebell, which is so right. Right. I'll move in. What's the difference? In most of the translations of the Koran, you will find the word al Moby. And by the way, they translated as evident, clear, lucid. perspicuous, I'm giving you all the synonyms that they will use. But this is not enough. Because that is in Arabic means Albion. Albanian means on water. Clear. But when Allah says Allah when it means it's not only clear in itself, but it is used to clarify. But the question here would be, what does the Quran clarify? It clarifies a communal battle, the

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truth from the false hood,

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a swab mental hopper? what's right and what's wrong? and higher ammunition? what's good and what's bad. This is why one of the names of al Qaeda one of the names of the Quran is alfre, Han, what's

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the criterion?

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between truth and falsehood? And out of this, Omar Abdullah was given the title el Faro.

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And the La photocopiable have called button say meaning.

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Because he was so tough when it comes to justice.

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Is that clear? Okay.

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So now, next I lost masters in an zelner hupo and RBL. Lala calm Taku. Let's start with in.

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In its two words, again, it looks to you in Arabic. If you read it, it looks at English as if it's one word, right? No, in its in inner, which is Hartford. Okay. A confirmation letter. And we have alpha lien. That's the subject. So in if I translate this in English to be indeed we These are two words.

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Is that clear?

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And here we go. Somebody stopped me and said, Who's talking

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in Santa hook or on an RV and we sent it down? As a Quran and Arabic question is Mustafa.

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Allah, right. What was the let's say we?

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And he says you always attack people who talk about the Trinity. Right? So you're always saying we,

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and I say, Okay, let me ask you a question. When the Queen talks. What pronoun does use? Does she say? Does she say I or we,

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we the queen? When a king speaks in the dunya. And he says, We. So this is called the Royal way. Not the plural way.

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Is that clear? So it's the Royal way, not the plural, we write.

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And sometimes when our last panelist uses innner.

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Also, he refers to the fact that if Allah wants to do something, he uses angels.

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Right? I'll give you an example instead of a walker. When somebody is dying on the deathbed, right? What does Allah say? Allah describes this scene he said,

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fella

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poo, when the soul reaches, means the cooler bones here

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and you're looking at him, the person who's dying, right one

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hear me while

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we are closer to him, but you don't see.

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So Allah says we hear does it mean a lot comes down next to everybody who's dying, No.

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Stone, but Allah subhanaw taala since angels, so don't allow us is read through some times. It refers to whomever Allah uses.

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To execute his commands soprano doll,

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is that clear?

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Is that clear?

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Okay. Now, some scholars also intercede they said

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when Allah soprano Thailand's uses we out of royalty, it's because any action or any act that will come after that no one can do it except Allah. I'll give you an example. Have you ever heard anybody saying that he revealed the Quran? other than Allah?

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No one can do it. Right?

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Let's let me give you another example in Surah, puff. So number 50. And number 16,

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one six, Allah subhanaw taala says, What?

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Is

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wisdom be enough so?

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Why not?

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lay him in her belly, Larry, allow us three verbs, three verbs in this ayah and all of them again, they are implying the plural, the oil

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of the plural.

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The Ayah starts with one alicona and indeed we have created we kalapana nanfang is we

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now

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can anybody claim that he creates something

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so this is something that only Allah can do? So he talks out of majesty and royalty

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out of his might an extreme power, no one can do that.

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One Alamo. Insane. We have dated man when Allah

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Allah knows what's going on in your heart in your mind right now. Can anybody claim that?

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Hello?

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Ottawa talk to me.

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So can I can I claim that I know what's in your mind now. I know some of you are looking at me. And they're like, you know, man, I can smell old car but I don't know what the word The smell is coming from. You know?

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This is the most favorable you know, Somali meat dish. Okay. You know, when you go to somebody tell him just I don't want to eat popcorn. So

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you know, when you say buddy Annie in the indo Pak culture? Yeah, this is the Brianna of the Somali.

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Okay.

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So he's looking at me, but he's thinking about something else. Right? But But do I know know? Can he tell now what's going on in my mind? No.

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Sometimes somebody might be sitting in front of me and smiling. But his feelings are different.

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You know, those people who hug you but they stab you at the back?

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Do you know what's in their minds? Know?

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Is that clear? So a lot claims Subhana Allah, that he knows what's in the minds and hearts of people. And rightly so because no one else can know that except Allah. Allah, Allah, Allah. Allah sinful hobbies.

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Wouldn't he know his own creation? And he is a Latif Latif comes from Morocco from the last year the most tiny and meticulous things, which is the secret to your heart.

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Because a lot and this is number 14, and sort of number 67, Allah Azza wa rucola our Johor obey in

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meaning Allah knows the secrets in your hearts before you share them. So whether you whisper or speak loudly Allah knows it in your heart before you speak about it.

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Wouldn't you know his own creation?

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You take your iPhone

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to the agent, they just open it and say you need to change that part. Right? But if you think that iPhone to a plumber,

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will you be able to diagnose it? Why why the why the iPhone agent was able to do it right away. Is the maker is the one who put it together. So are you telling me Allah who put you together we don't know what's in your heart.

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So when Allah talks about these things, only Allah can do them Is that clear? So whenever they go through the Quran, you find Allah using the plural. It's the Royal we not the plural we out of majesty and powers like we are. But when Allah subhanaw taala talks about himself as Allah to be working

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Should he never uses except the singular

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and this is the heat. I'll give you an example. That dollar was masala Salaam and sort of Baja

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Allah subhanaw taala stealing masala salami said in any law in nanny. He didn't say Nana No, this one is talking about himself as a law right to be worshipped. Nobody should be worshipped with him. So you'll never use the plural. He said, Indeed. I am a law

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indeed, in nanny spalla as if I use the toys in me indeed I and then he said, and again, I don't see this in English. A law. Okay, continue Daya La Ilaha Illa. Anna, there's no one except me. He didn't say Wi

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Fi Bodine to worship and enslave yourself, to me, was a famous solitary decree and stablish the regular player prayers for the remembrance of me, not we not us.

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Is that clear?

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So you have to listen to her Arunachala uses the plural it's the Royal way. And it's only for acts and actions that only Allah can do. But if Allah talks about himself, as a lot to be worshipped, and will always be singular, and I dare you to give me anything that goes against this rule in the Quran.

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So understand now in here, Allison out of majesty, because what comes after it, something that only Allah can do einzelner who we sent it, again, we as repeated here twice, because when I say in that, it means Indeed, we and then Allah said einzelner who again, not in einzelner is we again? And that's confirmation three times in is like indeed, and, you know, now is we and then again ends and now we that's to repeat that it's only Allah who can do this.

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And we said, Angela, we sent it down what's it here? The Quran

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and then so that tells you that when the Quran was revealed, it was not revealed in the written form it was revealed

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that was recited and apostle and herded from jabril directly. So the process alone, never ever read the Quran from a book like you or me.

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How's the professor memorize the Quran? directly from jabril

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that was put on a lot kita Is that clear? And somehow Allah every time Giblin will come you know how the problem is to react to repeat after him Coakley, he was afraid to forget any ayah Allah subhanaw taala said in Sato para, so number 75. La to Henrik be Lisa Nikita jalebi. Muhammad don't repeat quickly after jabril in LA Naja. maharana Don't worry, we'll compile it. We will combine it in your heart. Say that

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Marina Elena Van

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salaamu sukin Sala la escena. Okay, now let's go back to the word for word does the word Crohn's stems from? It stems from hora we should get out from Cata right? But again the same thing it comes from pa ra which means to recite or to read and that was the first command in the Quran. So number 96 wattle Allah Allah said,

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right? So here's Alaska saying poor and poor an IRA was in the plan, which means something is like we call it secret mobila it's the hypercall form of the word meaning it's something that is done repeatedly over and over and over again. Do you know what the Quran is the most widely read book in the entire world.

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And that's the meaning of the word Koran, the book that is being recited all the time, wherever you go in the world that there is some place somewhere, you know, somebody is reciting Quran teaching kids some Quran, it's light here. It's fresher somewhere else. Right? You know, some people now are driving the cars that listen to the Quran.

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Right? Somebody's sitting at home like reciting the Quran. It's nonstop.

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This is the meaning of the word Koran.

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Something that's recited repeatedly over and over and over. Is that clear?

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Now allows it for an RBM poron in Arabic.

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So why would the Koran be revealed in Arabic?

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Why would the Quran be revealed in Arabic? When the message of the Quran is universal?

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Because there is no prophet after Prophet Muhammad wa salam

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right

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Is that clear? So why was the foreign invasion Arabic?

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Yes

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Where

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my Salah

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sometimes ask this question at the university and I get all the wrong answers Mashallah, what's your name?

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Masha Allah, may Allah bless you and your dad and your mom and all your family and everybody who would say I mean out loud. I mean, you see the greedy for agile Mashallah.

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Okay.

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So, did you hear what he said?

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So, why didn't you ask me? Okay. You know, some people give me the wrong answer. And they say, you know what, it was evident on because in Arabic, the Quran was revealed in Arabic because Arabic is the most charming language, I say.

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Because the Quran is the language of the people in general.

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You will get all types of answers. But what is the right answer? Open the forum. It's in the forum and this is why the seat of the Parana will always notice me sometimes going into tangents, they're not tangents. This is the highest level of Tafseer. The sheet of the Quran is four degrees to the left side of the Quran by the Quran. you relate I add together second degree is to do the opposite of the Quran by the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim. Third Degree of the deceit of the Quran is by Aquinas Sahaba by what the Sahaba della harnam said, and the fourth degree is by going back to the the poetry of the pre Islamic era because this these were the most eloquent people and the Arabic

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language

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and you will find me saying this word stems from that word, because if you go to the stem and study morphology peranan makes perfect sense to you. That's what you need to study.

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So we call it the unlimited read

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and then I'll miss off

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and then I'll

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Okay.

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So now what what is the answer? I said, So number 14. Can anybody open so number 14? Which is so Abrahim

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Okay.

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Can you read a number for anybody who reads Arabic?

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So Abraham, so number 14.

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What does it say?

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We have a half as his job as a courier. Tell us

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what does it say?

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Go ahead and read.

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Is that is that so number 14 and number 44444? Not 14, not 14?

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Yeah.

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That's it.

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Warmer out of Southern murrah Solon. I just wanted you to see it by itself because sometimes when I say so, number 14 and number four is like No, okay, okay. Okay. I want you to read it for yourself, one.

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So Lynn,

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told me why, Leo,

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we have not sent a messenger except in the same tongue in the same language that his own people speak otherwise they wouldn't understand him.

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Imagine if the pearl came down in Chinese?

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What's going to happen?

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Some people say why not an English?

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Stop talking about this lame language man. You see how many times I say this is one word that Arabic but I translated into a full sentence in English. And many a time I try to find the meaning in English and I can't find it. So I have to create

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playlet look in sentences and give analogies until I can spell a transfer some of the meaning. This is why I never ever say English for on, or Spanish for on, or Chinese or on or or the Koran. None of this is a translation of some of the meaning of the Quran because even the Quran and Arabic how many of Assyrian do we have?

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And I'm going to leave you with a very good question

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for next time

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Why didn't we have you by Prophet Mohammed Salah Maharaj Have you ever thought about this? I was thinking about this since my childhood Why didn't Prophet Mohammed Salim do a tour

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of the Quran?

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No, I mean, like when you asked about his UCLA, when you transform the good character that Allah wants us to be that was UCLA but I'm saying the seed of the Quran because sometimes they you know this I you know, October he said this, but unless if he says something else, anybody can hear something else. And if not, bass is something but you know, every massage is something different. Yes.

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The sermons explanation of the meaning interpretation of the meaning.

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Okay, I'll leave you to do your research inshallah. I will talk about it next time inshallah. Okay.

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So, what I'm saying here, why was the Quran division Arabic?

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Because simply, the prophet is an Arab, and he was sent to the Arabs to start with very simple, don't complicate things. Right? Allah said, mama, our son Amira, Solon, we have never sent a messenger in liability sinopharm except in the same language of his own people. Why do you buy a home? So he can explain things to them, clarify things to them, and they can understand them? Is that clear?

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Okay, perfect. Now,

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but still, I still have the other question.

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Isn't every prophet was sent only to his own people?

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Do you know that? They measured this ad for you? The prophet SAW Selim Selena Howdy, OT Thompson. Lem, you tune in Abele? Probably another narration since

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I was given five things

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can you come closer to me

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some more some. No you stay there. That's that's the main reason I'm asking to move forward move forward a little bit. Baraka lucky.

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So the processor Lam said can abasolo you buy fluffy pony hasa with a kidney birth to the nastika

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every prophet was sent only to his own people, but I'm sent to all humanity.

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Right. There's something special about the processor. Let me ask you a question for example. musasa was sent to whom? variously

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right.

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Only right. Rizal is Salam ocean to whom Bernice Roy only

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but the process Allah Lhasa to him so 21 i 1071

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mattone

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me

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then he said a lot of

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you didn't say you sent to Europe's there is a Muslim in

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little motor game. Little my son in law I mean,

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I you know, when you when you when you again when you check this into the English translation, you will find the lame word to all the words. No, the word is Ireland.

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Ireland, Ireland. A lot isn't say Omar sanaka rahmatullah wa sallam. He said, Well, I mean, living is much more than just the word of the world. It means all civilizations, all people,

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all ethnicities,

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all cultures,

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you name it.

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So the question is, if the Quran is a universal message, because you said now allows one to sodoma also NACA inlet Catalinas ohama we have not sent you except for all people. So if he was sent to all people, why would the Quran in Arabic

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Why

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we should to start with because the prophets of Allah and the people he was sent to were the Arabs. Yes.

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Exactly. But what I'm saying now, some people would say, I'm Chinese.

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Okay, I'm African I speak hausa.

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I'm Paxton I speak or do wonderful.

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Okay? It's it's like underprivileged now, because the Arabs can understand the Quran.

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And I doubt it these days, if they know the classical Arabic of the, of the Quran, you know, they know their own special spoken dialects.

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But if you stop somebody and say, do you know, man, Yes, brother, I love sort of I even memorize for man. I say Can I ask a question? He says No, brother. Don't embarrass me.

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Because if I say, Allah subhanaw taala said, one even.

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Right? And for those who are conscious of Allah, Allah subhanaw taala has prepared for them to gardens. Right? And then will Allah describe the garden, he said, mood

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was the miracle matamata.

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He said,

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My parents are Arabs.

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Now he's starting now to pull out

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and say if your parents are Arabs, or Arabs, like I was born in Canada.

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So we'll law if you understand the meaning of mode harmattan it's a very vivid and beautiful description of the two gardens. Even though the apparent meaning of the word mood hammer comes from the hammer, and the hammer means you know, you know that pitch black light.

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How can be a beautiful description of the two gardens when you're saying this? I said, this is the root of the world.

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But would you like to know what would have meta means when we come to sort of manage Allah?

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Okay, so going back man, go and study Arabic shamanism.

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So still, I'm going to answer the question now why was the Quran was revealed in Arabic, besides the fact that the Prophet Allah was an Arab? And, you know, he was sent to the Arabs. But now you have 1.7 billion

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Muslims,

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amongst whom we have 1.8 billion Muftis, right?

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Question is, they don't speak Arabic all of them. Right? Didn't the last panel and know that other people will accept Islam? In fact, at the time of the Prophet Solomon itself,

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there were a lot of so Hi. Can you complete the name? We say a Rumi

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from Rome.

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Southern man

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alafasy the Persian

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villain

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and habashi from Abyssinia which is now if UPN

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right? So these are not Arabs.

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And and the list goes on and on. Right?

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This is why some people come and say is the entire four are in Arabic or are there words in the Quran that are not Arabic? There are words in the Quran that are not. So how come I was saying or an Albion?

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That's another question. I'll tell you this, coming from a linguistic background. If you studied linguistics, you will know that languages are like living beings. When they mix together when people speak different languages and they mix together languages borrow from each other.

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What do you mean when people live together? We use words that are not originally our language but it comes into our language we call it coinage. So lunches borrow from each other. For example.

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You know

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the word sugar in English Do you know that it's originally Arabic word?

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Soccer

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is taken from Arabic.

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And also we as our ups we borrowed from English and French because Mashallah they came and colonized outlands masala

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right. So, we say

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Television, TV.

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Right? Tilly, it's, we call it in linguistics, you know, we have the stem of the word or growth of the word. Anything that's put before that is called a prefix. Anything that's put after the root is called a suffix. So we say Tilly it's a prefix meaning from far away. And visual means to see. So to see something to see something from far away, that's a television.

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What I come from we say TIFF is young.

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Right? Which is a French word. Right? But that's what we say. And the video will be

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Java TV at home. So is the word Vizio, it's both from French, but we say it.

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Now imagine,

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you know, the people in you know, who wanted to arrive besides these words, they have to find something equivalent to them. They said

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Anna Maria

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so they use two words, you know, it is something that he listened to but you can see at the same time

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or they said until FAS they try to again coin something from the same word, which wouldn't make sense, you know, to somebody who doesn't know Arabic is that clear? So the losses are obion Yes, but even in the Koran Allah subhanaw taala uses some words from other languages to show you that these people will come to Islam and they will influence the Arabic language and the Arabic language will influence the language

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you know yo maya Hello June I mean he death is

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a death means

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Allah could have used the word I used in other contexts right? What is the word Elijah This is a Persian word.

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Which means graves

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to tell you that Sal man you know his background and his language influence the

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I mean, I mean the Quran the Quran? I mean the language of the Quran, which is the language

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you have alone I

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mean, as our mean, there have been well established.

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Again, still Professor Arabic

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it's some sort of some sort of like a fine silk, which is a person who

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is that clear? So when somebody tells you like, you know, how come it's for an RV, and then it has no Arabic words because languages, you know, affect each other when people mingle together, this is how, you know languages come into being. Okay. Now, going back to the fact that why would Allah subhanaw taala defeat the Quran and Arabic, even though the message is universal?

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is the following. The Arabs were known to be mostly Bedouins at that time, right? They used to live in tents. And wherever the rain comes down, the grass will come, right. And this is the food for their sheep and cattle and camels, right? And water is the source of life to them, they will have wills, right?

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And then if there is a drought, and there is nothing in this area, what do they do? They move. So when they move, they will move with the foreign and the religion of Islam.

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But let me ask you a question. Now, when people come to this part of the world, everybody says, I need to own a house.

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And then you put all your savings in the house.

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Do you think you're going to leave

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your house and auto and go somewhere? Man, all my money's in this house.

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So civilized people that are attached to places but the big ones, they don't have no attachment, you know the tent, just take it out, set it up somewhere else.

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And somehow That's a fact. Do you know how many is the number of the Sahaba?

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Hello

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114,000 was the number 114,000 Do you know how many of them are burned in Arabia?

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10,000

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What about the rest?

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They took the Quran

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and they moved all around the world. About you Bill Ansari. Are you familiar with that name? That's the man in Medina and the Prophet Allah arrived in Medina with the camera. He was trying to pull the cameras to take the porcelain to his house, and the

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lucidum spend the first few days in his house.

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Do you know what a valuable Ansari died? Do you know what it is great at the outskirts of Turkey.

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You see, so they traveled, they don't care about houses or cars or, you know, they mainly has bus 11 as their cars, their feet. Right? That's what they have.

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Also, there were two big civilizations at that time, the Roman Empire and the Persian Empire. So I wanted to say, listen, these are apps were illiterate.

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And these are the words of Allah.

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Because they might say, if these people were civilized, then they made up this poron. They made up this style of life. But Allah said, they were illiterate. They just carried the message. And they traveled with it.

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Is that clear? You know, even the nature of the relationship between the arts of the time before Islam came, they were warring Bedouins, can you imagine the war that happened between our son cousin who's for 40 years because of a woman?

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40 years.

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That's the power. And there's some wise men to sit down and stop that. I was only the postulant who came to Medina, he made brotherhood between them. And the war came to an end.

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So so now we understand how can we reply to this question? How come the Parana was revealed in Arabic To start with, because it's the language of the Prophet and the people come home with the sin? But many people will follow Islam and they're not Arabs? Yes, but Allah tala wanted to prove that the Quran is the word of Allah. So he sent it to be doings. Okay, who will even illiterates Do you know, in the Battle of bother? if somebody wanted to be those prisoners of wars, the 70 prisoners of wars, the person and gave them an offer, he said, if you teach if each one of you were to teach 10 amongst the Muslims how to reason, right? I'm gonna set them free.

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So an old mother doesn't know how to read and write. But today, it brought the light to the entire world, which is the Quran?

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Is that clear?

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So this is very important to understand. So Allah didn't want to say, Oh, these were like, you know, civilized people. They have a big civilization. And this is why they came up with this Koran. No, it's the word of Allah guided by illiterate people. And they traveled across the world. Is that clear? Let me stop here at Lancome Taki Lune.

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Allah said,

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at the end of the ayah, we sent it as an Arabic, lala lala and the Arabic language defeated Taraji which means, so that you may or may not. Whenever you see lala land, it means you may or may not.

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Depending on what the sincerity of intention, why are they coming to the holiday? Because my dad forced me.

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No,

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I'm coming to the halaqa with my own free will to learn the book of Allah the negatory world

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and allow an open your heart. And the last part that I will teach you what type of law or you know common law, you need to have Taqwa of Allah that Allah Allah will open your heart and then you will you will learn

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so it depends on what the sincerity of intention and this will allow us I didn't let him in say in Angela or on Robin Lee Taka loon Allah have said this right. So that you may understand so that you may know that these are the words of Allah but Allah says Allah, Allah whom you may or may not, depending on what the sincerity of your intention, if you are coming with a sincere intention, alone maker amongst those who are wise and they will get the message of the Quran. This is a challenge it also before I move on and stop

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Allah subhana wa Taala because he's confident that the Quran

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is unparalleled, his inimitable, nobody can come up with the Quran like this. Unto Allah belongs the best example. You know, in our world, if somebody is selling you something a commodity, you know what they say? They say guaranteed or your money back, right? You can you can just take the car use it. If there is any defect, bring it back, we'll give you another car, right? You can take that shirt or whatever, like check it and then you can bring it back if there is anything wrong with it, right?

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So

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Allah subhanaw taala is challenging. Our reasoning he said, if you have a mind if you have reasoning, read the Quran.

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Be the Koran. And if you have the good intention, and you have the good reasoning, you will get

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The message of the forum. This is why Subhanallah people who refuse the Quran when you go and check the Quran itself, a lot of the reasons, there are three main reasons when people reject the Torah.

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It's because of ignorance.

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It's because of arrogance, or pride.

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Or it's because of, you know, that people are afraid to lose, you know, their interest or their power in this world. This when people don't want the message of the forum because people know the message of the Quran, they will start claiming the rights.

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Is that clear? And a very good example is Abu lahab. So Abuja,

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Abu jihad, when the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam came from,

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you know, what marriage, he went during the night from Al Majid al Haram in Makkah to

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Jerusalem right. And then he went from there to the seventh heaven, El Mirage, essentially to the seventh heaven. And then he came back within the same night. You know, who is the first one to meet him?

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What's the real name of Abuja?

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I'll have a

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two big one here

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was the real name for me. But if you make a mistake, you will give me a packet of chocolate.

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About hacker Mr. kuhnian.

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I'm saying his real name.

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This is the first name even though it's not properly correct, but if you give me the second one, I'll give you the two.

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I will reserve no Abdullah Rosa is Abu lahab.

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I'm talking about Abu Jamal last chance.

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Omar he said Rama

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His name is Ahmed urbanization,

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urbanization. And this way the problem is to make the on his to say a llama Israel, Islam the law more,

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or law give power and give victory to Islam by guiding the heart of one of the two Omar zeeman to America or America. But because America was sincere, Allah accepted the daughter of Salaam and he was guided, but I'm gonna punish him knew the truth.

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But out of arrogance and injustice to himself, he refused when the lamb came from the Israel and Mirage, the first one to meet him with our visa budget. And he asked me said, Where are you coming from?

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I think you would be embarrassed to say where you're coming from, because nobody would even grasp this talk. Right? It's beyond imagination. The most of them right away told him because he never lied. He said I went to Jerusalem. And from there, I went to the seventh heaven and I came back.

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And I was like,

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if I interview you in the fox news, I mean, if I take you to another one, you know, if I gather people, okay? Would you be sitting there and say this again? He said yes.

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Because he lived with amongst them for 40 years. He never lied. He never lied. Why should I lie now?

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And that's a miracle, right?

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And then

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the first one to meet.

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After that was a bottle of yellow. And

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he said to him, he said, Do you see what your friend is claiming? He said,

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he said, What is he claiming? He said he claims that he went from here

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to Jerusalem.

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And from there to the seventh heaven. And he came back when the same night. You know, we go to Jerusalem from here on the back of a camera. It takes us a month or more just one way.

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That's again, he's using logic, right.

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And then you know what Obama said? He said, Did he say that? He said, Yes. He said, in Ghana khattala Delica, cassava, if he said that he's telling the truth. At that point, if someone gave the title of a book or something, even he didn't hear it from the province. But he said if he said that, and I was not there, he's telling the truth. The roof salon called him a Celtic, the one who will, you know, even, you know, accept things without if it's the professor and the professor. And even if I didn't see it, even if I didn't hear it, I will accept it.

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And some

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really serious happened.

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You know, the professor went to Jerusalem. It was nice, right? So he brought all the people. And he brought the processor. And, of course, the journey was very quick. He went to Jerusalem during the night and from there went to, you know, a semi server. It was like a long journey on earth and a long journey amongst the Civic buffs that I'm so many things right.

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And he started embarrassing the person in front of people.

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But the professor solemn, with the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala was given support, as usual because he's a true messenger. What did Abuja do?

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And how did Allah support the Prophet? That's what we're going to be starting with next time in Sharla.

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Okay, so we have two cliffhangers. Now, right. Okay. And since we are almost done with the time itself, right.

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We can take one question Sharla.

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Yes.

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You see, he's gonna ask for the cliffhanger. Which one

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he forgot.

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Okay, the story of via, okay, the story of I 23. We're going to just conclude this inshallah, the story of i 23, in so number 33 was so number 33. Alaska, was number 23. The one that we mentioned before

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MENA region, Sabah, como, LA, familia, Oman. cavanna, home in Hawaii and delta V de la.

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This is Sahabi by the name of, I'm going to repeat the name and a signal mother, what's his name?

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is Evan another, okay.

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During the Battle of either the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what he did was, he asked the Sahaba whoever is ready Come with me and better. He didn't ask everybody to come with him.

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Because the main concern was, they were going out to stop the cover of Mecca and claim their money back without fighting. But it turns out that, you know, the news was leaked to Sofia and he changed the road. And you have saved in Makkah, and they came to find the Solomon the Sahaba.

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So basically,

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unnecessarily another missed that battle. And you know what? The Sahaba are degrees.

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The best amongst the Sahaba are those who attended better?

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The best, the highest strength of the Sahaba are those who attended better because upon Allah wonderful Salaam was making at that point. You know, he in his diary, he said, Allah Houma, intelycare, Saba, Fernando, out of the badolato. If this group of people 312 to 317, were to be killed today, Allah, that's the end of Islam. So nobody will be your slave on earth. And he was crying.

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So honestly, do not miss that battle, because he was not dead at the time when the person said, Whoever is that they come with me. But he made a promise, he said, will lie by Allah. If we were to live for the next battle, I will show Allah and His Messenger how much I love Allah, His Messenger.

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And he was truthful in what he said. So when the second battle came out,

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he was amongst the people of a hut.

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And when he came to join the battle, it was the time when the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam was hit by Edna Kamiya Allah, Allah who is to help. And, you know, they, they, they broke the front teeth of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, and when I hit him, on his head, the to the helmet of the wassalam, pierced into his cheeks, and he was bleeding. And he fell in a hole, and they started spreading rumors, matter of sobre la Rasulullah. They said the processor was killed.

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So when the rumors are spread in the Battle of offer, you know what happened? At that point, some of the Sahaba sat down and they were crying, some other Sahaba were walking back towards Medina, some others they laid off their swords. And this is the time when the mother came.

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He said, What are you doing? They said, Mater rasulillah salam died.

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He said, and are you sitting here crying?

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Stand up and join the battle and die for the same cause he died for

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So he revived that's first amongst the Sahaba the professor was not killed.

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And they they carried their swords again. And he himself he started piercing amongst the lines of the prefer of Christ at that time, all the way to the mountain of art. When people go with me for Umrah or Hajj, I explained to them exactly what that happened because are still there and the battle happened there.

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And then,

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at the end of the battle, the prophets of Salaam was checking

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who was killed

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and they found NSF in another

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amongst those who were killed, and nobody could even if with a nice his buddy, except his sister, by a certain mark in one of his fingers.

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Because after they killed him, they mutilated his body

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because into pieces.

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So not reveal this is because of

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many, many

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elements and a simple model. And this is amongst the believers. There are true men when they promised silver Homer Mohali, he made a promise when he missed the Battle of weather. He said if I were to live to the next battle, I will show a lot His Messenger how much I love them.

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So last minute when you

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saw the Houma la familia home and like Anna said another some of them were killed in the battle woman home my untethered, but others are waiting to get, you know, the chance of you know, the honor of martyrdom, you know, woman

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and they never changed the way of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So now we know the story of the of the ayah. That was number 23. And source number 33. Before we leave in sha Allah,

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I just want to confirm this, I asked you last time to

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send a text to the number of the budget, so that in case I might be traveling, or we might do another activity, we can easily reach you by texting you because so many people call me and so many people call brother Ali to say is the halaqa on Is there something coming? So it would be very easy if we have a whatsapp group, okay? Or some of the young people they said you're our data is snapshot now, you know, I think I'm I'm a very old man. So let's learn what snapshot and sell us the Corolla. And then we can move to that. And basically what we want to do is we want to have like,

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a means through which we can communicate easily, and you know, tell you the news of what we're doing. If the Holocaust on if we're going to change the topic of the Holocaust, if you're going to have another activity inshallah, like my Arabic class, inshallah, starting Sunday in sha Allah, from one to four at the University of Carrollton, and this is a foundation, you know, level of Arabic, basically learning how to master the letters of Arabic and to you know, connect them and how to master the pronunciation of the sounds, and very, very basic rules of grammar inshallah. So, in case if we want to inform me about anything going on, we can easily do that. So the best way to do it, we

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thought about passing a paper people write down and it's easily if you have your phone on you, and you just like send, you know, Brother Ali, a text and then he will just add you to the whatsapp group inshallah. So make sure that you do this inshallah, because last time, he said, maybe two or three people who did that. So instead of calling him every week, it's very simple, the halaqa is on and it will go to all of you in sha Allah. The other thing that I wanted to share with you in sha Allah is the second blocker for coming. And remember all those Adel sulfidic fr and when you guide someone to do something good, you get the same reward like them, without diminishing any of their

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reward in sha Allah. So Mashallah, I can see every time somebody brings somebody with him, so try to do this all the time in Sharla. And again, the last thing I would say is, you all know one way to extinguish you know, like, you know how water extinguishes sorry, how water extinguishes fire. The professor Selim said, The sada extinguish the anger of Allah subhana wa Taala. like water extinguishes the fire. So I'm sure that all of us make mistakes. When you're leaving the masjid help you message in sha Allah by dropping more light on look down upon $1 or $5. It makes a difference. If you have somebody sick in your family, make dua for them. But the problem also said the

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walmart.com sadhaka seek the cure of Allah subhanaw taala for your sick people through Sadiq Khan, I'm sure you have parents, you have kids, you have wives, you know

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You yourself might be sick. Just put that money with the intention of you know that Allah subhanaw taala will cure you in sha Allah on the Day of Judgment.

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You know, the the sun now is about 94. So 93 million miles away, how many million? How Many Miles 93 million miles away. Right? On the day of judgment, the prophet SAW Selim said it will be one mile away. And even then the rest of the rest of Russia I said, one meter will mean I'm not sure if the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam meant a mine which is 1.6 kilometers, or the word l million, the Arabic language has a different meaning, which is the mascara, you know, that you know, small thing that the woman used to put black stuff in their eyes, that's called l mil in the Arabic language. So suppiler law professor um said, Imagine the sun coming that close, he said some of us then switch

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will be to their ankles, other this will be to their knees, other this will be to their waists. Other this will be to the collarbones and others will be drowning in their sweat, according to what

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to their bad deeds. But Cipolla good news is when you give sadaqa you know what the prophet Salim said, you will be under the shade of the throne of Allah, when there will be no shade except the shade of the throat of Allah subhanaw taala and movement faithfulness of the heart to multi ama, that Day will be 50,000 years long

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for the disbelievers but for those who believe it will be like the time between the harasser or the time between us

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for the likoma in the Yamuna sea, Island, carefree in our area.

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So try inshallah all the time, you know, to give sadaqa make it like one of your characters every day. inshallah. Last thing inshallah we'll have the announcements. Last thing I want to do inshallah is the kids, I'm going to take the table away because they come and they crush me. Okay, so I want them to line up and I will come to them. Okay.

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Okay, we'll make it

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we'll make dawn

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