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My one year behind it thing right?

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Thank you, sir.

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Are we starting to sell on hamdulillah

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salatu salam ala rasulillah voila, early, he was a happy woman, voila.

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My bad

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that's a loss of Howard's Allah to teach us that which benefits us and to benefit us with what he has taught us and to increase us and knowledge. I mean,

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okay, so

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inshallah Tada. Today we're going to just quickly review what we covered last lesson, which was the name of Allah Subhana. Tada, what

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now, and then we're going to move on inshallah, to the name of Eliza gel, Allah. And then after that, we're going to cover al Merrick and Al Malik,

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and then the book, unfortunately,

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it says Ella de la, who monk, the one who the possessor of

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Kingdom or dominion, and the translator, wrote it there as if it was the name of Allah.

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But that wasn't the intention of the author. So we'll get there when we get there in sha Allah. But will, there is another name that will cover along with Al Malik, and Al Malik, and that's the name al Malik. So we'll cover those three names together be in the name China.

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Okay.

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Before we actually do some revision, I wanted you to pay attention to this, this format because it comes approximately 30 times in the Quran.

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And that is Allah Subhana, Allah instructing us to know him to know his attributes to know his names. And so the fact that Allah Subhana, Allah would be that repetitive with the command is indicative of its importance of knowing him. So not only is it that, and we and we've covered you know, the importance of knowing the loss of his data is some of that, but a lot has also instructs us multiple times in the Quran, and then why animal and Allaha de la car know that a law is severe and punishment

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for animal and the law has even Hakeem know that a law is mighty and wise, right?

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What animal and the law have equally shade in it and know that a law is knowledgeable or has knowledge of all things? No, no, no, Allah subhanaw taala is commanding us to know these things about him. It's very important to

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kind of notice as you read the Quran, because again, it comes up frequently in the Quran, especially if you start sorting till you see it multiple times. And that one Sora you'll see a lot of data constantly telling us to know him. So it's very important that we take note of that, and that we don't take any of us parents out his commands lightly. All right.

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Okay, I have some questions. We're going to cover them now. shala read the top right here was that she she?

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Evidence

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for the name of Allah Subhana which Allah are rubbish. Okay. Now notice, when we say our rub, we're talking about an Elif, and a lamb in front of the name. How many times does the name with an elephant or land or rub come into crime? How many times come on we covered this

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once anybody else, going once going

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171 times

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970 ones instead of 11. There was a pain amongst the scholars not once as I say not once does the name of a loss of hair to Allah, our rub with the elephant a lamb and that elephant lamb is the definite article in Arabic language, right? So it takes something from being

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Oh, wow. Testimony English. Now. What's it What is it? When it's Nikita?

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indefinite, right. Okay. So it takes a noun from being indefinite, like you would just say, a house, or a Masjid or a man right? And when you put that out if and lamb in front end means the house, right, so you're actually

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referring to a specific thing that doesn't come into chorion, like that. That is our rug doesn't come into crime. However, however, what we do find in the Koran is that the word Rob comes and it comes with that in the possessive form. So that in Arabic And I want you to just follow this because it is important to be able to understand some of these concepts to understand why even the scholars may differ about other names. So that in Arabic is called What does anybody know what that construct is called?

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Madoff and Madoff when he lay, so it's when you have a possessive now, and the noun that is its possessor. Now, I want to set the standard very quickly, we just go through it quickly because

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like I said, again, I think it's important to understand some of the other names that there may be some difference of opinion about so if for example, I say

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beat on beat an Arabic what is a beat?

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A house? Okay. If I say be to Achmad, how would you translate that baby to Africa? I met house, a woman's house. Okay, so now we know that this house belongs to to a woman. All right, this house. All right, but it doesn't always work like that. So Robin,

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so Robin, Robin.

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What's the rub?

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Lord, okay. Well, I

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mean, like you say, and so little fattier. Alhamdulillah lillahi Rabbil alameen. Okay, what's happening here we have Rob and we have alemi. So what happened was we went from this indefinite form, okay, which is unrestricted, absolute. And now we've restricted it. Well, in this case, we restricted His Lordship to what allowed me which is all of the creation. So here, we're not actually restricting it. And that's the part I want you to understand.

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Just take a step back. Usually with that, with that construct, what we're doing is we're limiting a possession to a certain person to a certain thing, we're limiting its scope. But now when we say bull, I mean, are we limiting anything? Are we actually showing that his lordship is absolute? Right, we're showing it's over everything. And so this in effect, even though this guy with with the scholars are telling you is that even though the structure of the

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two words is most often will dollfie late, it actually gives us the meaning of something absolutely unrestricted. So that is why you can say a rub even from those ayat, okay, and understand that to be a name of Allah subhanho wa Taala I'll give you another example. We'll get to it later on inshallah.

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How many times is the last panel to either call himself in the Quran and nor and nor Elif? Will lamb in front of nor

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the he is the light? How many times in the cry? None? None. So is it okay for somebody to say that and nor is the name of Allah?

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Yes or no.

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So Can somebody call himself Abdullah? No.

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Okay. Well, the majority of the scholars are going to tell you yes, that and nor is the name of Allah Subhana Allah because Allah azza wa jal says, Allah who Moodle semi wet, he will up is anything left. If he is the light of the heavens and the earth, then that encompasses the universe. So he is a Norse subhana wa Tada. You understand? So even though it doesn't come with that exact form of a name. All right, and it comes with that structure of what we call a mood off from above the layer, that possessive form, it still is not giving us it's not restricting the light. There was a lot of stuff. For example, we'll cover this later and shallow fit our own fear around

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was a king and he had a dominion, right? Was his dominion limited or was it everything?

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Even he himself admitted that it was limited, la silly model missile. And he said, Isn't the mulk of missive of Egypt if you will. Doesn't

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belong to to me. So he's he, in fact is limiting his MOOC, you know, his possessions and his kingdom, if you will, to that specific land. And so he couldn't be considered to be the king of everything anyway. That being said,

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there's, as one of the brothers mentioned, the name

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or Allah Subhana Allah referring to himself as the rub of something about Burnett or the the, of the of the NBA and so forth, that does come into crying over 870 times but never are up. However, it does come in as soon as the profit it selects with Sudan which is why this howdy This here is how these from Sahih Muslim, the authority of Iran the low tide and who said that the Prophet sallahu was son of Salah in Nino Hito Necro Khurana rockin Oh sajida so the prophesied some saying here that he has been prohibited from reading the Koran and record and in sujood Alright, so it is not permissible for somebody to go into record and read the Quran

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or to go into sujood and read the Quran

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even though the Quran is the best speech period, but in that particular when a person is in those positions of Salaam is it permissible for him to to read the Quran?

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Probably some safe and moral horror out of the movie he are rubbish. He said as for record, then you should while in record, you should glorify our rubbish. And so what do you say and report?

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Suppan or B? allow him to hanabi allow the teams of hanabi allowed him right? So this is something you should also pay attention to in your salon how many times you actually say the word rub in your salon and your record and your sujood between the two dudes, right? Okay.

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Na supermatic said that the ad the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to make the most in sujood

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was robinair tnfa Jr Hashanah. Flat he was he has an Athena there but not who said to me.

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said to me

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Oh Allah robina robina Allah

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hold on sama

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sama robina

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Our Lord, okay. Uh huh.

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Tina dunya.

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hacer una give us the good in this life. Philanthropy has center

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and save us from the punishment of the Fire. Okay. One second. Okay. Isn't that I in the Quran?

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It is right. So tillbaka

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how can how can the process some savings prohibited from reading Koran says prohibited from reading Koran and sujood and then that's the dryer that he makes the most sense the Quran?

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Yes.

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Yeah. Because at that point is probably someone's not has no intention of reciting the Quran. He is he is making dua he's making he's not reciting the Quran. So even though those words are in the Quran with that form, he's not he doesn't have any intention of reciting the Quran. Yes.

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Same same thing, same thing, because the person the person, once he now is the prophesy centum reciting Quran is he is he going to recite the verse after that he recite the verse before No, his intention is that his intention is not recitation of, of the Quran. So just like for example,

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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim comes into power. I

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know Massoud, amen, we know Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. And no cry.

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But a person who is in a state of Geneva, according to the majority of the scholars of Islam, the overwhelming majority of scholars who stand, say to the person who's in the state of Geneva, right, which is the sexual defilement I need, the person hasn't taken the hosel yet, right? It's not permitted to read the Quran in that state. All right, but can he say Bismillah? Can he say Bismillah? Yes. Now, right? Even though it's in the Quran, all right. So how do we get on a topic? Okay, so record the prophecy, some set of the movie up you should glorify or rub so the main rub is nice, something that the scholars differ over to my knowledge,

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like,

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quickly go over the meanings of a rub.

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All right, so who remembers last week we covered in a theater and I have a statement up here now. Even a thief, Rahim Allah who had a who has a great book of it's called the hifi hoody will Hadith which is a dictionary of Hadeeth terms well, terms that you find in the Hadith of the Prophet Isaiah salatu salam

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he mentioned six meanings and some of you read Arabic so let's go through this together.

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He says that the the the name or the terminology or rub is mentioned in the language for six meanings he says Allah

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Al Malik al Malik which we said is what

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He's the owner the medic is the owner Okay. And then what was say it What does it say it

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right master correct. And not not just the master sometimes they say it is is a leader times to say it is the leader but whether you use leader a master the important thing was saying is that what that he's obeyed that he is obeyed understand that it's important to understand it so in general whether a person doesn't have to be somebody's master to be someone who is who was obey

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and you may obey your your boss or whatever. Okay, one mood Deb bear, while mother bear what's the mood that bear?

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Right someone who governs something administrates Okay. puts things in order, if you will as a mood that bit so that's number three. Number four, one more up be more up be from tarbiyah which means what the one who nurtures and cultivates

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Are you looking up the dictionary

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Mashallah, okay,

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I'll pay him is number five.

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an overseer, right? overseer takes care of things as well and aluminum, which is what

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someone who bestows favors upon others. So, these are all of the the word rub encompasses these meanings from a linguistic perspective and you can see how they also relate to the name of rub of Allah subhana wa Tada. We said that rubbed comprises three major concepts, creation, ownership, and governance. So Eliza Joe is the sole creator, he is the owner as we're going to cover and that's, that's interesting that too, please notice how some names are inclusive of meanings of other names. Pay attention to that not all of them. But here for example, Rob has that meaning of malloc which we're going to cover so it has that meaning of ownership and also governance. Yes.

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Oh, translate the last part. He says, Well, I use local right on the last and I'll allow you to either way they'll click either at he will leave for you, Carlota Bukit So in other words, you cannot it is not permissible for someone to call someone other than Allah Subhana Allah or rub with the elephant a lamp, the only way you can do that is if you use a possessive form. So you can say, Rob bull Beatty fool. And you can say so and so is the owner of that house. That's, that's how you were using when you say rub bait. Or you will say, Rob, but took down and she's the homemaker. She's the one who cares for that particular house, you want to use the feminine form or she could be the

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owner of the house as well.

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If it so if you use the term rub, and you apply it to other than a loss of hematology than it has to have that possessive form. And so you find for example, in the Quran

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use of says huduma for SP Babu, hombre, right one as it relates to one of them when it when the two men came to him and asked them to interpret their dreams. Right and use of said one of them, will you see Robert who he will serve wine to his rub. And in that, in that case, his his master? Like

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namshi

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Alright, so as it relates to rob, are there any questions? Any questions related to or Rob Alright, we'll move on. shala

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Okay, okay. The Name of Allah, the name of Allah and the name of Allah is the proper name.

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Have

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the one deserving of worship.

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His name is Allah.

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So this is why you say in general, you're going to say this Milla, right? All right. So

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the scholar is different, but the correct opinion is that the name Allah is it actually comes from Ella and Ella is what?

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Okay, so Illa, right. Isla is, is a deity. It's anything that is worshipped. When you say, Al Isla, Al Isla. Now we've taken it from being something indefinite, which is a guy. And we say, and now we've made it definite, right. And so we say, the God, the God,

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Al Illa, which is also a name of Allah, by the way.

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Al Illa

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means what?

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That means, right? The guy now, even in English, even in English, when you say the guide, and you use it with a capital G, that is only used theologically amongst theologians, that is only used for the creator and sustainer and the one deserving of worship, even in English. I don't know about other languages, but definitely in Arabic, and definitely in English. When you say el Isla, that is referring to the true God. So you can use the word true in parentheses, if you will. That's why we translate La ilaha illa Allah, right, you're normally going to say there is no true guide, except Allah because the true God is the one that deserves to be worshipped. And if you want to make it

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longer and clearer that you can say there is none worthy of worship except for Allah. But if you say there is no true God, except the love has the same exact meaning because a true God is the one that is deserving of, of worship.

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tight.

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As it happens in in many languages,

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words are

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blended sometimes to make things easier, right to make the language easier, we do it in English all the time. And it's done in Arabic. And in this case, the linguists say that this is what was done to Al, Ella. Ella, right, that extra eat the fruit with the Hamza

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is difficult. I mean, it's not as easy as just saying, Allah, Allah. So the Arabs removed that Hamza, and as such, they were two lambs. And they combine those lambs together and so it'd be good. So so the name became Allah, Allah, and that is Allah. Allah Subhana. Allah is that is the proper name for God and the Arabic language, Allah

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type.

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As for the meaning,

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we can say from an Islamic perspective.

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Mostly most of the, the scholars of Islam prefer the definition of urbanite bass, or the Allahu taala. And Omar, because he was a companion of the messenger sallallahu wasallam.

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And this is his explanation of the name of Allah is found in Tafseer at poverty, to see poverty injuried poverty, and his was one of the earliest tough seers

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that had his net. And what's in this net

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chain of narrators. So what is the chain of narrators do

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so it connects the person

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right through that chain connects the author through that chain back to the person he's narrating on. So it could be the prophet SAW I saw them It could be a companion like in this case, it's even I bet. So there's a chain that goes from impinger rear. He says that his shape told him that his shape told him to go back to him and I bet it's a very unique feature of Islam By the way, which which we need his own class to talk about Okay, so even I Bess, he says the name of Allah means zu l oo here, which actually makes sense linguistically. It is the one who is a possessor of Oulu here which is divinity. Okay, so he says do the loo here will Odia Allah hoppy as mine. So he is the one who

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possesses both divinity and sovereignty over

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The entire creation. Okay, what does that mean? What does that mean? And inshallah

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is quite a few things that I think we should probably cover here. First thing I did forget to mention, we will cover it next slide I shall, yes.

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Okay, so how would you translate it?

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No, it does. A little Buddha is servitude, right? But he is the one who is subjecting to use the term any if I can. He is the one who is now the owner of that servitude. He owns his slaves. So he's the sovereign, he's the one who has that sovereignty, which is what I'm actually going to talk about right now. shala. So, so even I bass is actually pointing out two separate things here. A lot of times, we think that it's just flowery language. But here's the difference between Ooh, here, here, and a little Buddha, right. So when we're talking about a Lulu here, or divinity, what that points to, and this is, these are things and I want you to keep this in mind. Every time you say the word

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Allah, you should be trying to think about these meanings. And it's going to be impossible for us to always think about that is going to be very difficult to mention one word and be able to have you know, 20 pages of meanings come to your mind. But but this is what happens over time. If you keep trying, if you keep trying, you know how Subhanallah it may be somebody that you love dearly, the mention of their name, will cause you to have an immediate emotional reaction.

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Right? So panela, just the mention of that person's name, and you start remembering experiences that you've had with them.

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And so when we mentioned the name of Allah, we have to train ourselves to really think about those meanings, you know, to to recognize that a loss pans out. So here, he's the possessor of divinity. What does that mean? It means that he has all of the qualities

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that make him deserving of being the divine,

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that make him deserving of being worshipped.

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So when you think of Allah, you're thinking of all of those perfect attributes and all of those perfect qualities, whether they are related to his his Obama, his his magnificence, or whether they're related to

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his beneficence whether it is related to

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his

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history, his his ability, or his being the Creator, and the Sustainer, and the nurturer, all of them. When you think of the name of Allah, we are talking about the one who has all of the perfect qualities that make him the divine, the Deity, the one worthy of worship.

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And so

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when you say Allahu Akbar, you mean that.

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And that's what happens, the more that you study, and the more that you learn, and the more that you contemplate, because now saying, Allahu Akbar, you are now actually honing in, you're focusing in and you're recognizing Allah subhanho wa Taala is that one with those qualities, that deserves to be worshipped and therefore he is Akhbar, there is nothing greater, at that particular moment, there is nothing that is, it is never anything greater than Allah Subhana Allah, but you are recognizing at that particular moment, and you are now entering into that command that Allah Subhana Allah has given you and you start a low equity, everything else is tuned down, because a lot as a gel is Aqua.

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And you realize that so you realize that he is the possessor of divinity and all of those qualities that

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make him the one who is worthy of worship and in fact,

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it is it is us as servants of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Who, who have that innate inclination to the worship of a lost parents either and recognizing his divinity it's we need that and we need that recognition. So that

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We can in fact, worship Him, because it is only through the worship of Allah subhanaw taala, that we find that peace and that tranquility that we're looking for. Because we'll live without it, a person is empty, they just a shell of a human being, without the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. But you have to recognize first, and so hello. If you don't, then what happens is that you slowly deteriorate.

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And so until the heart dies, and so the heart faces a spiritual death. And it's critical to recognize that, because what happens? What happens? It's almost like Anna, what's the what's the disease? anorexia? Hmm. I know, a person is anorexic. But what's the disease called? anorexia,

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bulimia. So it's like bulimia of the heart, basically. So what's happening is, imagine if a person doesn't think that they should eat, but they really need to be eating, and what happens?

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What's happening?

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Right, so they're slowly they're slowly deteriorating physically, because they're not nourishing their bodies. It's the same thing that happens when a person doesn't recognize that they need to know a lot, and that they need to worship Allah subhanaw taala. That is how that is how you are nourished spiritually. But if you don't recognize it, and how does that happen? It happens because a person has clouded he's diseased. He's proud of himself with all types of false information. And guaranteed if you go through any secular system, of schooling,

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everything that you are learning is teaching you to forget Allah.

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Step by step. You know why? You know why? And what they what do they replace it with?

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they replace it with a different religion, but they don't call it religion. They call it science, because science is science. The basis of it is what? Now the base of his

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theory

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of evolution, right? Because what,

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because the people that are in control can stay in control, because they're supposed to be in control according to evolution.

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They got that way because they were more fit.

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And there is no moral compass related to anything evolution. There's no is no morality related today. So we can kill if that's what it means, because this is about survival of the fittest. And if that means we need to eliminate people, then that's been so big.

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That system is put there to keep people where they are.

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Because there's no accountability to a higher being

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like fear onset and out of bucco molalla. I'm your Lord the most high

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and that's it. It's basically what they what they're telling us. And so we shouldn't be fooled by a minute. You know, and we need to penalize it then already.

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Pamela?

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Is that is that actually is actually time for

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lunch?

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panel. Ah,

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okay. Huh.

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because it doesn't, I didn't even realize anyway. So the point the point is what the point is that is that we are the ones we are the ones in need of recognizing of recognizing Allah subhana wa tada and recognizing his Ulu here, and he his qualities of being the divine, and his perfect qualities. But the second part is, is where even I bet

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well, yellow China and who is referring to our servitude, right? So Allah also is the sovereign and he has sovereignty over us as a last minute, it says, Who are the FISMA 11? What fill out the ILA, he noticed the word Eli here, he is the one who is an E lab in the heavens, and he is an E lab

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on Earth. Does that mean he's two nS? Well, he has evidence No, of course not. What is an E lab? We already said, One who is worshipped. So he is the one who is worshipped by the inhabitants of the heavens, and he is also the one who is worshipped on Earth.

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willingly or unwillingly

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Muslims choose to submit to Allah subhana wa tada and those who reject Eliza Joe still worship him they just do it unwillingly

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tell them to stop breathing

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at some point they're going to have to breathe if they want to stay alive because that's how law created them and they still have to worship Him in that way right but it's not a willing is not a willing worship anyway.

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Anyway I'll try to to move through this part real quick inshallah.

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So, so here Allah Subhana Allah has combined between both of those, his oluwo here and that obaldia that the oluwo Here are the divinity and his sovereignty. And many places in the Koran here are two is the first is is sort of Taha, if you want to write it down first isn't sort of Thai which is 20 of chapter four is the 14th verse, Allah Subhana Allah says in many and Allah in many, and Allah, okay, right there. He's saying I am Allah, La Ilaha Illa Anna, there is no true guy. And he there is no one who has the true qualities of divinity except for me. That's true here. La Isla Hina fab boonie so worship me and that is His sovereignty over us and I servitude towards him. So worship You

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see, I combine between those two, he has the qualities of divinity so worship me will be Miss salata be the kitty and establish the salaat for my prayer, that being for my for my remembrance, that being said, somebody called the event please.

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I would feel bad after that not having the event call.

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I have

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the the other eye that is mentioned here is my mouse and then a colleague in middle school in Illinois, Haley and Nola Elena budokon, which has the same which carries the same meaning and this eye is an MBI which is the 21st chapter or on the 25th verse, Allah Subhana Allah says, We have not sent before you a messenger, except that we have revealed to him that there is no ILA that there is no true deity there is no one with those divine qualities except for me. So worship me. So because Allah Subhana Allah has the qualities. He says, worship me tell you one. Right now, I want you to take a partner.

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Brothers and sisters, everybody has to have a partner.

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You got one.

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Everybody got a partner. Okay. Now because we because if you don't, then you're gonna you're gonna waste time. And I don't want you to waste time, your time you can get

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anywhere you got a partner

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Sheikh Rashid, you got a partner.

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You got a partner. All right. Everybody has to have a partner you ready? smilla the name of Allah. There are many distinct qualities of the name of Allah. There are many things that distinguish that might be written wrong. There are many things that distinguish the name of Allah from other names of Allah.

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All right. Oh, god, I'm

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sorry. Okay. All right. So there are many things that distinguish the name a lot.

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from other names

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work with your partner name at least three things that make the name Allah distinct from his other names you want wine you only give you one

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no Anwar doesn't even have one

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can I give you one now Okay, they voted you out shake a vote all right so you have two minutes you have two minutes to come up with three things that distinguish the name of love mother nature

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as you have a minute and a half 90 seconds

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60 seconds

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20 seconds

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321 Okay, you are now out of time.

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And number one fatherland back

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give them a give him the mic say give him the mic.

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The name alone intensifies himself within the court okay. It doesn't combine the average lamb with the anything else like Iraq man

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can not have a Nikita as a result is a law hold. Right. So all the other names

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okay. Okay, good. Good. All

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right, so so there's another word so there's no indefinite form of the name Allah but for example, we can say Rahim somebody is writing

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right but Rahim but but we can also take away the elephant the lamp allows almak men but we can say men for example with some describing somebody Okay, good. Good.

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All right, that's good.

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Our back front middle, back, middle, front, back, middle, go ahead.

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Only name that the other names. Go back to

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a lot of the names of our

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name Have

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you looked at my notes?

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No, that's good. That's good. That's good. Mashallah.

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Pass that pass the mic over? Sorry.

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We got it. I got

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a distinctive distinctive thing without interpretation.

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Without interpretation, what do you mean by that?

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You can interpret Allah.

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English.

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Okay, okay. Okay. So, in other words, there's no way to render it.

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In an in an okay, in another language, even in other languages people would say a lot. Okay, okay. I'll I'll take that. I'll take that.

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Yeah.

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Mashallah, yeah. So, so, so he's talking about when when

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when we went in the studio

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in Medina, and in translating the hookah, and we've got eight languages going.

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Everybody when they got to them a lot, everybody use everybody use a lot. But

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I'm saying pass the mic. That was three. All right. I mean, for the sake of time, do we should we just keep going and somebody else got something significant and magnificent. Further.

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Okay. Yeah. So with that we get there we get there. I mean, that's actually Okay. Good. Good. I'm glad you mentioned it perfectly.

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So here,

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we'll go through

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these quickly. Here's five and there are more obviously, number one, is what Idris said. And that is that the name of Allah serves as the basis of all the other names. So Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran, what when the letter he ls

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l Hostnet. will allow him a smell on Hostnet. To allow belongs the most perfect names, right? And he doesn't say well it right man, unless Mel who's now or well is a fool. Smell husana right, he says to Allah, so all of these are Names of Allah and Allah is not the name of Allah for Allah is not the name of our right man, we wouldn't say that. We would say that the food is one of the names of Allah understand, and that's that makes it you know, distinct.

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Number two, is that it includes all of the other names and attributes. If you remember last week, we said they don't claim Rahim Allah says that the names of Allah

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all of the names of Allah are encompassed by are included or go back to three names. Do you remember what those names are?

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Allah

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or Robert.

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And our rock man, right? Or Allah, or Robin or rock man? And that is because when mentioned with these three, Allah gives us those qualities of divinity, magnificence, reverence, right, and greatness. Whereas a rug gives us those meanings of that nurturer and the creator and the governor and the Sustainer. And to the rock man gives us all of the names that deal with his mercy and His kindness and his generosity and his beneficence. Right? So all of the names have lost fantastical back to those three but a larger which encompasses all of them by itself. Alright.

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And then number three, number three, when you call upon Allah subhana wa to Allah, the natural way when you call upon Allah by his names you say, Yeah, go for. Yeah, man. Yeah, Latif, what's happening to his names? You're dropping the elephant the land from the front. So last name is Allah kleef. Al Habib, right. R Rahim are right man, but when you call upon him, you drop those things. So you say yeah, man. Yeah, Rahim. Except for Allah.

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Allah stays as it is. Yeah, Allah now

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calm commonly what we have is that we drop the Yeah. And we substitute it with a meme at the end. So we say Allah, Houma Allahumma and not Allah Houma. We're gonna get out of the habit of that

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because you're saying the name Allah and all you're doing now the same way you wouldn't say yeah, Allah. Or I mean right. So anyway, you don't say that?

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You're saying Allah and now you're just getting rid of the Yang you're putting a meme at the end. So you say Allah

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Allah right. And not what Allah Houma

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Allah, I mean, I mean if you want to sound like somebody on the news or something,

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whatever you want to sound like a Muslim you need to say Allahu

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Allah fight.

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Number four,

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is

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is that it is the name that is most frequently mentioned. So see here like into it. Let me go back to that real quick. The subject of

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the majority of law that you find in the sun is going to be a lahoma right

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So give me a do attitude memorize from

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Allah interrupt be like later and collect any when I have to say the listing file What's another do it memorize from the sooner

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allama clearly What honey? Why Dini play?

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Most of those dollars from the Sunnah are with Allahumma. There are a few exceptions, but not many from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is salatu salam where he said rugby something and didn't say a lot him like the famous do I mean, I bested the prophecy. So I'm used to say, Bobby I need to enter la when suddenly Walla Walla Walla Walla, temporarily to end with approximately sentiments for 21 things in that in that particular guy's amazing. We started off with rugby, Allah helped me and they'll help others against me, right pipe.

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Drive from the Quran is usually what

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Rob Burnett or rugby. So for example, we mentioned one of the drives today, Rob Burnett, Jr. has a philosophy that he has in Okinawa. The first time Rob Benner comes into chorion, who's driving is it?

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Ebrahim Who said it? Mashallah. zakka luxated. And what's the deal

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with Rob Burnett

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is his daughter, his daughter with his man, Rob Burnett, cub, Belle Mina after they built the cabin, our Lord except except from us, somehow Allah Subhana Allah. I mean, the fact that they're making do either law accepts their worship is profound, is profound. They're building the house of Allah. There is no doubt about this sincerity. is no doubt about them fulfilling the command of allowing it they're saying about Bennett's a couple minutes, right.

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Okay.

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Moving on, and there's there's one place in the Quran

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where

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the Allahumma is combined with robina.

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And that's the Dr. Who is a prophet as well as him so you're down to five.

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Do I have an ISA? I didn't select to sit in, do I Risa?

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Call it Isa no moriyama Allahumma robina nzlr A NEMA indeterminate cement. But the end result of the matter? Where Isa said was

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with I just say

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what's the how's it start?

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colleagues have no money when he said when he said the son of Mary said Allah. Allahu Allah.

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Allah Oh Allah robina Our Lord Enza La Nina either 10 minutes and I send us down a map a spread from the from the heavens like mash. Moving on. We'll conclude with this slide inshallah, which is the remembrance. So, this part we talked about do I right, number four is declare what name is mentioned most indicative. Allah subhanaw taala in some form, we say al hamdu Alhamdulillah man right.

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It is, but we normally say Alhamdulillah Allah Subhana Allah La ilaha illa Allah Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar right

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to the end of it most almost every form of victory that you don't let hold on a quwata illa the land right so almost all of the decades the the it's the remembers of the main a last

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last that we'll mention here is it is the name that is mentioned most endocrine approximately 2700 times

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the name of Allah as mentioned before if and there are 33 eyes in the Quran that begin with the name of Allah 33 eyes into crime

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almost 2000 700,700

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play

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Hello I'm Stein

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law he yes 33 eyes begin with the name Allah there used to be eyes We know the name Allah type of fine. I do I want to say something. And I hope you understand where I'm coming from. Somebody put out that this is an in depth explanation of the names of a lot. I'm their disclaimer is that there's nothing in depth about what I'm saying.

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We're barely scratching the surface.

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But

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time considerations, number one. And number two is that sometimes you need to keep learning more. And it'll help you understand the earlier things that you learned. And so I don't, I'm not particularly fond of getting stuck in one spot, and then diving further, and then dive in further, sometimes you need to explore the ocean, and it'll help you understand all of it better. Right. So as you can see, we talked about Eliza with Joe Jani. How that name is encompassing of the meanings of other names, we need to get to the meanings of the other names. So we can somewhat appreciate a lot more, we need to get to Malik in a medic, so we can appreciate our rub more. So that's the point

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but I just want to I just want to mention it, that I don't feel like there's anything here that is in depth, but we're trying our best inshallah, to give you some of those meanings. Especially when we find that the you know, that the scholars have given us clear indication of, of the meanings of these particular names. So today, we covered the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we mentioned some of the distinguishing qualities of the name. And we also mentioned the

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tidy for the definition of Ivanov bass, or his explanation of the name of Allah, what did the best say is the explanation of the name of luck because I think it's very important.

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He said, What, go back,

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right, the possessor of divinity, and sovereignty over the entire creation, meaning that what he has all of the qualities that make him the true deity and the one worthy of worship, and he has sovereignty over his creation and therefore we are supposed to worship Him through that name, Allah.

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inshallah, next week, in the lab, I'll give you a preview, the name allometric has been mentioned for iron five times anyway. So it's not like dealing with Allah Subhana Allah or or Rob is going to be less in terms of evidence based but we will try to pull out meanings because the other thing is that a lot of times what we're going to find that with the rest of the names that we that we're going to cover is that we'll see how they correlate with other names. So why is for example in the Quran, Allah medic mentioned with Alka Deuce twice.

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Why is it mentioned with the name al haq? Also twice? Right? So we'll go through some of those things in the nighttime because with a loss handout, he can't do that because every name is it's inclusive of all of that and not because of how many times is mentioned as well. But when we get to these inshallah, we'll be able to go a little bit more in depth with those type of meanings and lots of hands on and those best subhanak along with the shadow law in a stroke. We look forward to reading