Taimiyyah Zubair – Tafsir Surah Yusuf #01 Introduction S12 V1-7

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of understanding the Prophet sallavi alayhi wa sallam and its use in various ways, as well as the history and meaning of the Arabic language, including its use in various ways. They stress the need for everyone to have a mental effort to understand the language and practicing it, as well as the importance of avoiding racism and not advertising everything. They also recite a "immediate of the beast" phrase that refers to obtaining a shadow Islam handout.
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Said I'm already going over to La Habra. catechu

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how are we all doing? Is there a chat box here?

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Yeah, there is there is okay.

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All right, Mashallah.

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So the handle Are you guys excited about sort of use of

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Alhamdulillah I was just thinking about it. It's so amazing how the Quran is so relevant to our lives.

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Recently, someone sent me a message that a lot of people feel as if they're captives in their homes, you know, they're just stuck, they're not able to go outside. And, you know, it really reminded me of use of writing a Salaam, about how he was also a captive a prisoner, literally in a prison. And then before that, as a slave, and Subhana, Allah, the way that he dealt with the situation that he was in the way that he was with people. He's described as a moisten, as someone who worked in an excellent way, someone who was excellent in his worship in his treatment of people. So really, I think it's, we're very, very fortunate that we're getting the opportunity to study sort of yourself

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at a time like this. And I pray in sha Allah that the study of salt with use of at this time is a means of healing for us a means of guidance, a means of hope, encouragement, and may we be able to make the best use of this time that Allah Subhana Allah has given to us and I pray that this time becomes a source of growth and

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a period of learning so that we are able to benefit people that Allah subhanaw taala has put in our lives in sha Allah. So let us begin. The sale of Salut Yusuf are the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah, Karim rubbished Rahi assadi were Siddeley Embry riddle rock data melissani of Tavakoli Allahu Mangal Colby was sadly, Cerny was ruled Sufi motto Colby amin era Bella alameen so inshallah, what we'll do is we'll start with the introduction of sort of use of and remember that sort of use of is actually sold on number 12 in the Quran. Alright and it has 111 verses and it is from the group of sutras of the Quran, which are

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called the mean, the word mean is from Mia and Mia means 100 So remember that there are several groups of soldiers and the Quran basically, there's four groups of soldiers in the Quran. The first group of soldiers is called the three while surah is the really long solos, and these are from Silikal bacara to sudo to Toba. Then, the second group of solos is called the mean sutras. Why are they called me in because these are solos that have about 100 verses in them. So these are sort of from sort of units, all the way to sort of throttling and sort of the use of of courses in this group. Then the third group of sutras is called the muthoni. The muthoni solos are from sort of tea

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yessing to sort of her Judith and why are they called my Fanny because my Fanny is that which is recited or repeated a lot. And because of their length, it's actually very easy to recite them. And then finally, the fourth group of solos is called the more fossil sources, which are the very short surah of the Quran. And they're called more fossil, because the recitation is separated with the Bismillah. Right? What do you have to say Bismillah. Every now and then, because the sutras are so short that you end up reciting them very quickly. So, sort of use of is from the mean Sutras, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually said about the mean sutras that I have been given

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in place of the zooboo. The mean, meaning the ball was given to the wood early salon. And the mean sodas are like the zoo board, meeting in their value in their benefit. So.

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So this soda, so that use of is from the mean. Now, another thing that we should of course know is when was the suta revealed. So sort of use of is actually a murky surah. And this is very, very important for us to remember. It is said that the pseudo was revealed in the 10th, or the 11th year of the original. So basically towards the end of the meccan era. Now remember, if you're familiar with the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This was a very, very difficult time upon

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him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because remember that, over time the persecution of the Muslim King was really intensifying. And Around this time, remember the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam lost his beloved wife for the journal de la Mourinho. He also lost his uncle Abu Talib, who was his guardian, basically. And remember that he also went to ta if in order to get some support from there, but you all are familiar about how he was treated. So you can imagine how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was feeling, how the companions were feeling. And at this time, Allah subhanaw taala revealed sort of yourself, which is such a beautiful surah because not only does it

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uplift you, it, you know, it really brings you hope. You think about, you know, what happened to use of a Salaam, everything was so perfect for him. He was, you know, living at home with his family, and then all of a sudden, you know, his brothers out of their jealousy, they threw him away into a well and then he sold as a slave, and then things just start going downhill from there. But then look at where Allah subhanaw taala took him, look at what Allah subhanaw taala gave him at that time. So this, this story, it really helps you put your trust in Allah subhanaw taala his plan, it really helps you look at the big picture. That Yes, you know, in the moment in that that I'm in

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right now, it's very, very hard. It's very, very difficult. However, Allah subhanaw taala is my job. Right? He is my master, he is my Lord. He is my owner. And he's my mother bit. Right. And remember, the meaning of rub rub is someone who is the one who,

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who creates something, and it takes it to its level of perfection and completion by making it go through all the different stages. All right, so we have to remember that Allah subhanaw taala has not just planned and decreed and decided for our present moment, but for our entire lives. So use of arias Salaam His story is so beautiful, everything came together so perfectly. And like that, I also have to put my trust in Allah subhanaw taala make the best of the situation that I am in, and not give up nor get frustrated with the decree of Allah or as though legit. So this surah is a Maki surah.

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And another thing, it's it's very, very unique compared to the other suitors of the Quran, how is the Sora unique? It's unique because it's the only surah in which the story of use of ru Salaam is mentioned. Okay. We see for example, the story of Musa alayhis salaam, it is mentioned in many, many different suitors of the Quran, right? You see the story of Adam wasalam. Again, it's mentioned several times in the Quran with, you know, different details in different places. But the story of use of a Salaam, all of it is actually here. And it's, it's entirely mentioned in the surah from the beginning to the end. And it's mentioned in a chronological order. Right? So this is what makes the

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sutra very, very unique. And this is a reason why of course the suta is also called sort of the use of and his name is mentioned at least 15 times in the salon. Now, when exactly was why was the pseudo revealed? Because remember that there are reasons for revelation, right that there's there's a Babel newzoo

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so there's two incidents that we learn about the first incident is that some of the companions they actually came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and they said that jasola low castellina Could you tell us a story?

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Why did they say that because you see in the Quran, there are many teachings that are given many messages that are given the Quran is a woman who have been hesitant It is not something to be taken lightly right, in the whole of coal and fossil, it is it is a very, you know, clear, distinct speech of Allah subhanaw taala which has to be taken very seriously. But you know, as human beings, yes, we need serious content, right? Because life is, is no easy thing. It is a very serious matter. But at the same time, given that we're human we also need, you know, things or on a lighter note

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This is not to,

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you know, distract ourselves but it is to to give ourselves things in imbalance right? Because any extreme is unhealthy. So this hadith is actually mentioned in Sahib isn't it if it had been in must not have a br Allah and in other books of Hadees and it has been authenticated it's it's regarded as Hades Hassan. So some of the companions said the yellow suit Allah Hello castellina and what happened? Allah subhanaw taala revealed this surah right. So this surah has the best story in it. Secondly, another reason for the revelation of the pseudo we are given is that some people, these were people of the book, they challenged the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in order to test him

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that tell us about who your hope is and who his son you Sufism and what happened to him. Because remember that the Arabs were very familiar with certain prophets like Ibrahim or they sent him his smartphone early his cell

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but they had no idea about some other profits. And these were profits were sent to the bunny is slightly so the Jews thought or the people in the book thought that you know what, how some Allahu erneut Sanam is going to be exposed like this, if he's really a prophet that you would know about the matter of your proven use of and if he's not a prophet, then there's no way that he could find out because this story was completely unknown to the Arabs. So Allah so panel, Tyler revealed sort of yourself in order to comfort the companions, and of course his messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as Allah says in the Quran that we have revealed it gradually Lee newshub beterbiev, who

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adeq so that we must strengthen your heart through this revelation. And at the same time, this surah also proves the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it establishes the fact that really the Quran is the word of Allah azza wa jal so with this inshallah, we'll begin the word for word translation, I understand that a lot of you were not able to purchase your books. So I put the word for word translation on the screen. So inshallah we'll try to do the first seven verses today in sha Allah. So let's go over the translation and then we'll begin with the seed. So, what you can do is, I know that typically, the way we go over the translation is that I say the Arabic

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Can you say the English, but today inshallah I'll say the English as well, because I cannot hear you. So, inshallah I'll do the word for word. And of course, you can also repeat it with me, if you want Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim, le flam ra la flamme ra tilka. Those IR two r vs. Al Kitab have the book and will be in the clear, and the one that clarifies in that indeed we Anza now who we sent it down, hold on as Quran as a recitation on ob Yun Arabic Lai la calm so that you all therapy alone, you all understand? No, we nakasu we were count our Laika to you? Son apostles in a truly best recounting or the best account? Be math through what? Oh hayner We revealed a Laker to you

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Heather this Al Quran Quran we're in while indeed Quinta, you were mean probably he before it. Lemon surely of Allah feelin those who are unaware.

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If when Carla Yousuf Yousuf said lethaby he to his father. Yeah abati all my father in knee indeed I are a two I saw. I had a sharp 11 coca betstars was shumsa and the sun will Kamara and the moon are at home. I saw them Lee saggi been as one who prostrate to me. Allah He said yeah been a year. Oh my dear son, let applesauce you do not recount little yakka your dream Allah to aquatic your brother's failure kedo because they will conspire leca against you. Caden a true conspiracy in indeed Ushaped on the show plan, Lil insan is to the human being are the one an enemy mu been clear?

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What are their weaker and thus yeji tobiko he will choose to bless you a lot buka your rub where you are Luca and He will teach you men of that wheel interpretation.

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Aha these of the dreams of the events of the statements were you Tim Moore and he will complete Nero Mehta who is blessing our Laker upon you or Allah and upon early family your code of yaku come on just as a term Maha. He completed it. Allah upon have awakened your two fathers. Sorry your two forefathers, min Pablo before Ibrahima Ibrahim what his help and his help in that indeed Rebecca your rub or layman is ever knowing how keman ever wise. Laporte certainly cannot there is a fee in usofa use of what he what he and his brothers, I add on signs Lisa Ilene for those who ask.

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Alright, so let's begin at the seed now. It's been laying around over him.

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Allah subhanaw taala says le flam la deca a year tolki terrible mubin la flamme ra these are the verses of the clear book.

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Notice how the suta begins with the letters le flam Ra. And you are familiar with these letters these are known as hodl of mocha BOD.

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And remember that there are five sodas in the Quran, which begin with these particular letters. Elif lambro

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and these Sooners are solid units sulit hold surah, Yusuf Ibrahim and hedges.

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And notice how all five of these sutras are actually still are basically contained stories of the prophets. So with Eunice mentions the story of Yunus Ali Salaam solitude mentions the story of who they are the Salaam sort of use of of course has the story of use of early Salah so that the Brahim has a story of Ibrahim alayhis salaam and sort of hedges hedges, as hobble hedges the people of Sally alayhis salam.

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So Alif Lam RA and remember, these letters are a proof a reminder of the miracle of the Quran. The fact that we know so little, olive lamb raw are letters that we are familiar with, all right, but when it comes to their exact meaning, we don't know. We understand their purpose, their benefit, that they remind us of the miraculous nature of the Quran, they alert the listener they draw the attention of of the people who are listening, but at the same time, any if you know we can suggest all that we want and if lanre means this or Elif lambro means that, and he will find a lot of opinions regarding that. But at the end of the day, no one can confidently say that this is what

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Olive lamb raw means. And that reminds us of the fact that we know so very little, that no matter how much we know, the fact is that we know very little, and this is why we should always always be humble. You know, arrogance is something that does not be fit us. The sense of entitlement, you know, it really does not fit us

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we can only know what Allah subhanaw taala allows us to know and what Allah subhanaw taala keeps from us, you know, we can do whatever we want, but we can never ever know about that. sapan aka Laurie Molina in llama on lantana Oh Allah who are perfect, we have no knowledge at all except that knowledge which you have given us.

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So any flower ma Tinker idea tweak it up tikka, literally meant means that all right, and it's referring to something that is distant, as opposed to had the he had the he is used to refer to something that is near and tilka is used to refer to something that is far that is distant. And sometimes

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a word like this is used to refer to something that is a very, very high status. So what is it that is being pointed to words, I had to look it up verses of the book. So those verses of the book, meaning those honorable, dignified, very, very, you know, those are very high status. They're not like the statements of people, the stories that people you know, come up with the things that people say, No, these are verses of who have Allah subhanaw taala meaning which Allah has revealed, so they certainly have a very high status. So ticker, a yet will Kitab these meaning the verses that are coming in the sutra, these are verses of the

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book, which book the book that Allah has revealed, which is of course referring to the Quran and these verses of the book.

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Of course it's referring to the use of, but what kind of a book is the Quran? Allah Subhana Allah tells us it is Al Kitab al McBain you see the word moonbeam. It is describing Al Kitab. So this book is a movie. Now, I mentioned to you earlier how there's other sources as well that begin with olive lamb raw. And something similar is mentioned over there, that these are verses off the book or this is a revelation from the one

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and there's different descriptions of the Quran that are given. But here specifically, the description of the Quran that is mentioned is a movie in the fact that the Quran is a movie. Now, what is the meaning of oil moving? You can see the root of this word is baggier noon. And mobian literally means two things. First of all, it means moving is something that is evident something that is clear. All right. And secondly, muy bien also means something that clarifies meaning that makes other things clear and evident. So let's look at the first meaning the Quran is this keytab is moving, meaning it is evident and it and it is clear. How is it clear? How was it evident? It's

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evident meaning in its contents. Right? So the Quran is not a book of,

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you know, puzzles and riddles and things that are beyond human comprehension. Know, the message of the Quran. The words of the Quran, the meanings of the Quran are very evident. All right, they're they're very evident. The message of the Quran is not ambiguous. It is very clear, it's unapologetically clear, right? It's evident, you don't have to, you know, really dig into it in order to see what is the Quran really telling me? No, it's very, very obvious. And then the Quran is also clear how in its in its in the fact that it is from Allah, meaning it's very obvious that this Quran is from Allah, it's matter is very evident, that that this book is from Allah. And this story,

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actually, the story of use of ARIA Salah really makes that evident, because remember that the Arabs were completely unfamiliar with the story of use of an yaku Alright, they didn't even know these names. Okay. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would only know things which were in his language, which were known to his people. So all of a sudden now, the story of use of Islam is being mentioned in so much detail with so much precision in perfect beauty. What does that mean that certainly this Quran has come to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam from someone who knows the present, the future and the past, right and who is that is Allah subhanaw taala. So, these are

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verses of the clear book, clear book, meaning that is clearly from Allah subhanaw taala.

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Secondly, the Quran the word rubine also means that it is clarifying it makes clear. So what is it that the Quran clarifies the Quran clarifies many things for us. And basically what it clarifies is what Allah subhanaw taala wants from us, right? It clarifies everything that people need to know,

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which are beneficial for them.

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It clarifies the way of life, it clarifies the way of guidance, it clarifies the way to success. It clarifies what Allah subhanaw taala wants from us.

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And also remember that over time, you know, we can see in history how, over time, there are so many concepts that have become lost or ambiguous or confusing to people, right or forgotten by people. Like for example, the concept of though hate the concept of the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala. Right. It's the first message that was sent to the prophets, every single prophet brought the message of the hate, right? But then over time, what has happened? People don't even understand the concept of after hate, right of what it means to believe in only one God. We see that there are people who, who will say that yes, God is one but then they will also ascribe a child to him, right

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a partner to him and things like that. So the Quran clarifies facts right?

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The Quran clarifies truth. The Quran clarifies our past right of the meaning of human beings. So I think flam ra I think I actually keytab elbow been, these are the verses of the clear book. So the solar begins with this particular description of the Quran,

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remember that the pseudo was revealed before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam migrated to Medina. So truly,

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the fact that the story of use of Islam is mentioned in so much detail over here is is nothing but a miracle. And that makes it very evident, that this book is from Allah subhanaw taala It is, it is the speech of Allah, it is not the word of a human being.

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That allows parents Allah says in Anza now, who could earn an hour be here? Why lie Lacan therapy alone, that indeed we have revealed it we have sent it down, meaning this keytab movie in this clear book, we have centered down how as an auto beja as an Arabic recitation, why Arabic and why a recitation Laila contact alone. So that you all may understand meaning if it was not an Arabic recitation, then you would not be able to understand. So it is Allah subhanaw taala has mercy that he has revealed the story and the rest of this book in Arabic and as a recitation.

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remember, in the first if we see the word keytab right, the Quran is called a keytab. Now, what is a keytab? A keytab is a book right? But the way the Quran was given to the Prophet sallallahu radiocentre was not in the form of an actual book, right meaning was not given in a written form. It was not given all at once, right? So why is the point on called Al Kitab? Because the Quran is, you see the word Kitab. Yes, it means a book.

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It was remember the Quran was written as it was revealed. And also remember that the Quran is written in low homei false, right? So this is why it's called a book. And then secondly, also remember that the word Kitab is from the word cat and cut is a jumper together. All right? So the Quran is called Keita because it gathers together the best lessons, the best messages, the best laws, the best teachings, all right. So now Allah says that we have revealed this Kitab as a recitation in Arabic, okay. I want you to look at the word called on the word Quran is from the letters pata powerflow Hamza, okay. And Bara Of course, means to recite, so on is that which is oft

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recited meaning it's recited a lot. When is it recited it is recited in Salah it is recited by those who memorize it, I mean, Masha Allah, people who memorize the Quran, it's like their entire day goes in, in just reciting the Quran. A large chunk of their day goes in the recitation of the Quran, and then once they're done memorizing it, then what happens they keep reviewing it, right. And also it's recited by those who do not memorize but those who wish to earn reward those who wish to get healing from the Quran guidance from the Quran to the Quran is supposed to be recited. And this is why it's called kolon. Right? It is a recitation.

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So, why was the Quran revealed on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as a recitation and not in a written form? Because the Arabs were,

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they were an omen nation, right? They were an unlettered people, they did not read they did not write. Everything was transmitted orally. Right, there was a lot of emphasis on verbal expression, right on speech on poetry on the, you know, on on eloquence, right? And they express themselves through language, not by writing, but by speaking, all right? they memorize things, and they would, they would memorize lineages, they would memorize poetry.

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So, so their entire culture and art was

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Basically on on oral reading or oral recitation, okay. And if the Quran was given to the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasallam in a written form, then that would actually be very hard upon the people. Right? It would be very hard in the Prophet sallallahu where he was, so how was he to read and to end to transmit when he himself was a me, right? And then remember that when the Quran was transmitted orally,

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then remember that

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he it, remember that the Quran is the speech of Allah. Right? It's, it's the, it's the word of Allah subhanaw taala. And this shows is that the very recitation the very reading,

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that itself is blessing. All right, which means that when you recite the Quran, that that recitation that reading is very, very powerful. How is it powerful, because it's, it's a source of reward and be because you're reciting divine words, words that Allah subhanaw taala spoke, right that Allah subhanaw taala sent, then these words are going to carry a lot of weight, a lot of blessing, right, which is why we see that, for example, when sort of Bukhara is recited in a house, then what happens shaitan runs away from there. Alright, you recite? Well, hello ahead, people are with a bit of bufala color with a bit of finesse, right, and you blow on your hands and you wipe yourself with

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your hands. This is a source of protection healing for you, right, that's what the prophet sallallahu lucidum used to do when he was sick, and also something that he did every single night before going to bed. So the very reading the very recitation of the Quran, remember, it is a healing, it is a blessing, because this is the word of Allah. So in that ns, Allahu peranan, our will be yet we have revealed it as a recitation, that is an Arabic, alright, and we'll talk about why it is an Arabic. Now, secondly, the word Quran, it can also be taken from the call for noon. And that also means to join to, to collect. And remember that in the Quran, of course, all the important

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messages, concepts, details that people need to know are gathered together, right. So the put on here can also refer to the proper name, which is put on a meeting the proper name of the book. So we have revealed it as an Arabic Quran. So remember, two meanings of this, we have sent it down as an Arabic recitation. And secondly, we have revealed it as an Arabic Quran. Why Arabic? Allah tells us law Allah contact alone, so that you all can understand. Now, why was the Quran revealed in Arabic because first of all, it has to be in some language, right? language that people understand. So Allah subhanaw taala, chose Arabic. But this selection was not just random, right?

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Any Of course, it was an Arabic because the the Prophet, the last prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he spoke Arabic, his people spoke Arabic, right? That's the language that they understood. So the thought was in Hebrew, right in G was in Syriac. So if the Quran was revealed in those languages, then the Arabs would not understand it. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also would not understand it, right? So when Allah subhanaw taala revealed it in Arabic, this was so that people, the first recipients would understand. Right? So this was a favor to the Arabs, of course to the Prophet sallallahu where do you sell them? In so it will select Allah Subhana Allah says, Well,

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Dr. Lang put on an Armenian localu Lola facilite ir two, if the Quran was revealed in in a non Arabic language, the these people would have said that How come it's verses are not clear, meaning we do not understand them.

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So the Quran was revealed in Arabic so that the people of the time they would know what the Quran means they would understand its message. But why Arabic? Also, because Arabic compared to other languages is true. The very, very unique it's, it's, it's very different. All right.

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You see the word out Oba or in LA Bez, the root out about itself means to express oneself clearly and eloquently.

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And that is the very nature of Arabic language. In a few words, there's a lot that can be conveyed.

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All right, in a very beautiful way. And also with brevity, I mean, when you look at the word for word translation, isn't it amazing how in Arabic, there's just one word. All right? And in the English translation, sometimes you have two words, sometimes three, sometimes like literally an entire paragraph, right? Why? Because Arabic is very expressive. It's very expressive, which means that in very few words, you can actually convey a lot of meaning.

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Also, if you look at the Arabic language, it's beautiful in poetry, and in prose, alright. Its grammar is very methodical, and very, very logical.

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It's easy on the ears, meaning it's easy to listen to, because every single sound is distinct. It is measured.

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Its vocabulary is very vast, right? It's, it's a very rich, very rich language.

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And at the same time, it's also very simple. Right? You will see so many people

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who are non native speakers of Arabic language or they understand Arabic. Why? Because it's, it's actually quite easy to learn Arabic. So Allah subhanaw taala revealed the Quran in Arabic because the Quran is supposed to be understood learn la compare pollun and dark Lewis from alkaline part, iron path lamb, it's supposed to be understood. Because once you understand the teachings of the Quran, the lessons that the Quran gives the commands that it mentions, the prohibitions that it mentions, once you understand only then will you be able to implement and follow right and and submit to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And this shows us that really, the Quran is a book that is supposed to be understood. Right? Meaning, it's recitation is great. It's memorization is excellent. And both the recitation and the memorization of the Quran are important they have their place, but at the same time, remember that the Quran must be understood. ly Lacan, 30 known, any B's are not empty words that are just strung together or beautiful sounding words that are just put together. No, there's a lot of meaning there's a lot of content, there's a lot of messages, a lot of blessing, a lot of guidance contained within these words. And a person would be very unfair to themselves if they fail to understand the

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Quran. So it's necessary that every person who has upper right who has intelligence who has reason they try their best to understand the Quran you know, they use their mind to comprehend the meanings of the Quran I mean, it's amazing how we learn about so many things we reflect on them we we think about them, we remember them we memorize them.

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So, we should also exert you know the same or in fact more mental effort in understanding the Quran.

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So in our hands Allahu Quran and our bn Laila contact alone.

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Now almost pantalla says I number three, National nakasu alayka sanel apostles, we are the ones who recounted to you, meaning or Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the best of stories narrated in the best way.

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What How? How is the best story? Or the best account revealed to you Bhima Oh, Hannah ileka Heather Quran in what we have revealed to you of this Quran. Meaning, this best story is mentioned to you if you are given the knowledge of this best story in what in the revelation that has been given to you and what is that revelation? How the Quran is this Quran? So you only know about the story. How from where from this Quran? We're in quantum and probably he let me know how you're feeling and indeed you were before this meeting before this revelation was given to you among those who are unaware, meaning you did not know about the story. So the only way you know about the story is through the

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revelation that has been given to you.

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Now almost Pandora says National nakusoo we narrate our Laika to you, we are the ones who are narrating the best story to you. And this is something that you know, if we think about it, this is so beautiful.

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Allah is the one who was telling us the story of use of ITSM Allah is the one you see national

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Who is this referring to? Allah zoologia non apostolic and you see you, you hear different stories from different people, right? Some people, Mashallah their way of telling stories is so nice. Like, you just want to keep listening to them. And other people are like, Okay, can you please finish quickly? Right? Some people, they can be very vulgar, very rude or, or they can be very emotionless in the way that they convey stories, right? Or that or the story that they're telling us is any Okay, nice, but not that impressive, right? Interesting, but not that beneficial. And these are all human efforts. And this is why when it comes to human efforts, they're imperfect. Right?

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When Allah is telling us a story, then what do you think about that story? How perfect, how beneficial, how truthful that story is going to be and how complete that story is going to be. And you see

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there, you know, people, you know what, when a person is telling you a story, you have a reason to doubt them, right? Or to at least believe that maybe they understood incorrectly, or maybe they don't know the entire story. But when Allah is the one who is telling us the story, what does this mean? This is the most truthful, the most correct, the most accurate account of use of earning the center, right? Because Allah subhanaw taala is the most truthful woman, US document Allah, Allah, Who could be more truthful than Allah in in speech, right? Allah subhanaw taala is the most truthful, he is our theme he is ever knowing. So this story, as before we begin, we should have

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this, you know, this realization or this contentment, that this is that everything mentioned over here is true. Okay, every detail about your service and that is given in the story is accurate. It actually really happened. How do we know it actually happened? We weren't there. We didn't see it ourselves, then how do we know? Because Allah is the one who is telling the story. So it is going to be 100% accurate, it's going to be beneficial, it's going to be useful.

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So National nakusoo you know, have this trust have this yaqeen this conviction that this is completely accurate.

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Now look at the word nakasu. We recount or Laika to you now the word nakasu. This is from topslotsite. And you can see earthen apostles, the word puzzles is also from puffs outside. What does this word mean? pasa

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literally means to clip to cut off something, okay? Like for example, you could have your nails, right? You clip them.

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And secondly also also means to follow someone's footsteps in order to trace them remembering sort of Okay, have we learned that musar is lm and you show? What did they do follow 1030 Hema also saw they returned, they went back on their footsteps tracing them, right. So also ultimates to follow someone's tracks. Why in order to trace them in order to find them. Now pasa uncovered asar legal hub, meaning to the to tell someone about some news about some information is to relate some news or information in its proper manner. All right. Why? Because when you are, first of all, it's a piece of information. It's not everything. Because remember, cluster means to clip. All right. So the

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story over here is not exhaustive in the sense that every single detail about the story of use of artists name is mentioned over here. No, all the relevant details are mentioned. Alright, unnecessary details are not given because they only make the story long and boring, right?

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But all the relevant information that we need to know that is mentioned.

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And then secondly, it's called

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Casals why because

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when a story is narrated, right here, especially is to narrate a story in its proper manner, meaning as it actually happened.

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Why? Because when you're following someone's traces, right, you are searching for them. Right? And you are going one footstep after the other after the other after the other, right. So

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you mentioned the story also in the same way

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Write it in the most accurate way as it happened. All right in its proper manner. So no, no, not also our Laker. We are the ones who are narrating upon you. We are the ones who are recounting to you. Subtle puzzles. The story of use of ARIA Sam is described as a son of puzzles, or the word arson of course means best an open source means account or story.

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So it is the best account. Okay? Best account meaning it's the best story. And of course, every story in the Quran is excellent. All right, every single story that Allah has mentioned in the Quran is excellent.

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But when it comes to the story of Musa Salaam, you know, the fact that it is mentioned in entirety over here, the fact that it has such a, you know, the very contents of the story are so beautiful. All right.

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So it's, it's really a very beautiful story. It's so relatable.

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And then remember that the word puzzles can also give the meaning of the sauce, meaning storytelling, to tell a story, which is why one of the meanings is in a truly best recounting, meaning the manner in which the story of use of early Salaam is mentioned in the Quran is the best.

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The manner of storytelling, not just the content, the manner the style is the best. How is it the best because it is the most accurate? It is very clear, right? its meanings are so beautiful, its benefit is so great. So nakasu alayka Arsenal puzzles, and how is it that we are giving this to you, oh Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Bhima, our hayner lake? through what through that which We have revealed to you, meaning it's being narrated to you through revelation. And what is that revelation hasn't caught on? Is this or on

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any the fact that the story of use of writers time is in the Quran? Right? The fact that the source of the story for us at least is the Quran that makes the story even more special, even more, truthful, even more believable, and even more beneficial, because what is this quote on this Quran was truly an honor for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam It is because of this quarter and that he was given preference over the rest of the prophets. Right? It was a pure favor and gift from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And Allah says, we're in quantum in probably lemon aloha faylene and indeed you were before it before what before the revelation of this Quran? You will surely among the Vaseline. Rafi means two things. It can mean someone who is heedless, meaning someone who doesn't care. But it also means someone who is unaware. Someone who doesn't know. So really, before the Quran was given to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was unaware, unaware of what of the truths of of this life, right of the story of use of our mistletoe and of so many other things. And Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in sort of the Shula, I have 52 that Waka vaniqa o hayner. Illegal who have been empty

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now. And thus we have revealed to you and inspiration of our command, Mac Quinta de melki tabula Eamonn, you did not know what is this book? Or what is a man? You had no idea what I can there are no who Nolan. But we have made it a light now the beam and Michelle woman everybody know by which we guide whom we will have our servants. So this call was really a gift, not just for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam but for all of humanity. This is why had they'll call on it is emphasized. And then what in quantum and probably he laminal of our feeling, you were unaware

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you were unaware of the story you were unaware of so many things. And so, through this put on, you have come to know of what of who you said earlier Salaam was of so many other beneficial things. So not only is the story of use of artists Anam an excellent story, it is beneficial. These words are sacred, because these are words of Allah subhanaw taala they are a healing they are a blessing because they are divine. So now what is the story of use of his Salah?

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Allah subhanaw taala says, If Allah usefully be he when you suffer

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said to his father. Now before we get into the details of this is something about use of race. Okay?

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Once somebody asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that man, a common nurse, who is the most honorable of all people,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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the one who has most taqwa of Allah. So they said that this is not what we meant. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam thought that they were asking about really the most honorable amongst all individuals. So he said for you so forth, then that is use of Nabil EULA who was the Prophet of Allah, Ibn una bu Allah who was the son of the Prophet of Allah, able to be he level was the son of the Prophet of Allah, who was a binuclear level was a son of Allah, his friend.

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So the people said, No, that's not what we meant. So then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the best of those who are

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who were best in their time of ignorance, and, and they are the best in Islam when they understand. So basically, they were asking about their own people. But in this Heidi's on another Hadees which is a Hadees that you can see on the screen. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam described use of RDS Anam as the best human being, right, the most honorable human being. And he said a Kareem that use of is Al Karim al Karim means honorable. Even all Kareem the son of the honorable yBnL Kadeem who was the son of the honorable how use of ebony are cool, because use of himself was honorable his father, your pool was honorable. And jacobellis and his father is how he was honorable and his

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father Ibrahim, or they said he was also honorable. Ibrahim was the leader of another friend of Allah. So this is who use of Adi Salaam is any really an honorable, honorable person, a very, very special person.

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So almost prarthana tells us if Carla You're so funny, Abby, when you subset to his father. Now, who is the father of use for insulin, jacobellis center and remember that use of medicine and lived about 1800 years before he started his center. All right, and where did they live? They lived in Palestine. Specifically Kanaan.

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So, he said to his father, yeah, Bertie. Oh, my dear father, I want you to look at the word yet of it. You see the third at the end of a tea. This is you know, my dear father.

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And it's a very loving way. Okay? A very respectful way. So you can see here how Yusuf Ali Salaam is not just, you know, talking to his father, but he's talking to his father in a very loving, respectful way. And he says, Oh, my dear father in New York a to indeed I saw. I had the Asha 11 co carbon stars I saw 11 stars. Notice the word I heard the Russian or had means one I showed means 10. So one and 1011. I saw 11 stars was shumsa. And I saw the sun will come out and I saw the moon or at home I saw all of them. All of them meaning the 11 stars, the sun and the moon. Lisa Dean, they were all making such that to me. So do the employ of sergeants I did the one who does such them. So Sadie

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Lee, meaning they were all making such that to me.

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So the story of use of ARIA Salaam begins with what with the mention of his dream. And remember that whatever ranks that use of rice that I'm reached in this world, and whatever he will reach in the hereafter.

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Everything started with what with his dream, okay. Now this dream that he saw 11 stars sun, moon, all of them prostrating to him with this dream, of course was very strange.

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The fact that he saw 11 stars. Okay, this is very interesting, because you said earlier Sam had 11 brothers. Okay. He had one full brother that was Binyamin. And he had 10 other brothers from from his father, who had another wife. So

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11 stars he saw the sun and the moon, the sun is greater than the stars right? In. Remember, this is from the perspective of the viewer. And the sun is also greater than the moon.

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But there's two things the sun and the moon and then 11 stars, all right.

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And he sees that in his dream that all of them are making such that to him. Making such that you have to use a buddy center.

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So, of course this is a very interesting dream a very unique dream

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and he shares that with his father All right. Now one thing you should be you should be aware of is the fact that there are different types of dreams and inshallah brother who is going to talk to you about dreams later today inshallah.

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But generally remember that there's three types of dreams, okay, one is Hadeeth knifes. Basically, this is your own subconscious, you know, whatever has been, on your mind, things that you're going through

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things that you have seen heard come across, you know, you start seeing them while you're sleeping, right. And these can be of course, very random. The second type of dreams are those which are from shaitan. And these are, for example, nightmares, or dreams in which shavon wants to misguide people, right. So I remember someone came to someone I know once and and they said that, you know, I had a dream that the Prophet told me that I don't have to pray. Okay.

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And he asked, okay, how was the Prophet? What did he look like? He said, Oh, very, very old man. Okay, we'd like a white long white beard and, you know, white clothes, etc. He said, you know, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not like that, he did not have a white beard. Okay, when he passed away, there were a few strands of white in his beard, all right. So, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not like that what you saw was something else. And this is what shaitan does, you know, he comes in dreams in order to misguide people. And then sometimes, these dreams can also be of sexual nature. So these are all from shaitan right to frighten a person to misguide a person to

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embarrass a person. These are all from shaitan. And then thirdly, there are dreams which are true, which are very meaningful, right? And these are basically mobis shirat. Meaning these are dreams that bring you good news. Right. But one thing you should be familiar with, is that our Dean, I wish that era is not based on dreams, right? Of course, the dreams that the prophets had. All right, they were of course, always true. They were all and, you know, they were part of what Allah subhanaw taala commanded them off, which is why Ibrahim or lisanna when he saw his son, when he saw that he was slaughtering his son, he took that as a command, right? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was shown many things in his dream, which were related to different matters. So, but for us, okay, remember that we cannot start making the religion on the basis of the dreams that we see. So for example, you know, there's things that are going around these days, Oh, I know someone who's very good somebody actually sent me a message that

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that they saw that they heard from a lady who is very, very righteous, a very good lady, that she had a dream that you know, everyone should recite this particular surah you know, 30 times or God knows how many times and and you will not be affected by the Coronavirus Alright. So, I mean, yes, the entire Quran is Shiva, but to say that the recitation of this sutra this number this number of times, right is going to be a protection from Coronavirus. This is not correct. This is not the right methodology. Okay.

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Our religion is based on what the prophet sallallahu wasallam taught us all right. And dreams. Yes, they are mobile shirat they bring good news, and they can be very meaningful. All right. And it's very important that when we have a bad dream, don't tell anybody about it. All right, just seek protection with the loss of panel data. And when you have a good dream, then don't go on telling everybody about it either. And be very very careful about how you interpret it. Because Because the way you interpret it is how it happens.

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Once a person had a frightening dream had had a nightmare and he told people about it and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that do not tell anyone how the shaytaan is messing about with you in your dreams.

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And if you do have a bad dream

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then there is Dora Okay, which you should be familiar with. Once a companion said to the Prophet sallallahu radiosonde that I have nightmares and the Prophet sallallahu Urdu said I'm told him to make this girl that our Ruby kitty Mattila hitter Matty min Robbie, where your copy will shatter your body. Woman hammers attache our trainee What are your hammer on that I seek refuge

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In the complete words of Allah, from his anger and his punishment and the evil of his slaves and from the evil suggestions of the devils and from there being present.

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Okay, so

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Yusuf Ali Salaam had this dream. He shared it with his father. So what did his father your Cobra Sam, who was also a prophet? What did he say? Bala? He said, I number five. Yeah been a year Oh my dear son ladipo. So sudo yaka, do not recount your dream, meaning Do not tell your dream, or that aquatic to your brothers. What is a pure love? And remember that Yusuf Ali Salaam had 11 brothers? Okay. So his father told him, Do not tell your brothers about your dream? Why feha key do like a Qaeda because they're going to conspire against you it true conspiracy, meaning they're really going to try to hope to harm you secretly. And why is that because in the shape Finally, insomnia or the

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womb or being this is because child * is to the human being a very evident manifest enemy.

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So before interpreting the dream, he warns use of early cillum, about something very important.

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Now, obviously, this dream was a very good dream, by the sun, the moon stars prostrating honoring him. Any he was, it was remarkable, right? It really meant that something good was going to happen to us of earlier center. And he was going to be given preference over the rest of his family, because these were 11 stars. So who would the 11th stars be his 11? Brothers? Right? Who would the sun be his father? And who would the moon be his mother? Right? So it was very obvious. And the fact that all of them were prostrating to him,

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meant that Allah was going to give him preference and honor above the rest of his family. Right, and not just his family, but of course, the rest of the people also. So your Cobra, Sam knew that this was a very good dream, right. And something good was gonna happen to use of early Center. This is why he warned him, Do not tell your brothers about your dream, because they're going to get jealous, and they're going to try to hurt you. And this teaches us something very, very important. You do not have to advertise every blessing that you have.

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You do not have to tell everybody about the gifts that Allah subhanaw taala has given you. This doesn't mean that you become very secretive. And that you, you know, always are hiding from people. No, you don't have to be scared. You don't have to be secretive. But at the same time, you don't have to go on telling people about everything that Allah has blessed you with. Right? The things that you're working on your goals that you're working towards, there's no need to drop any hints. There's no need to talk about this in conversation all the time or on on social media. Why? Because this is something that first of all affects us. All right, it harms us. It ruins our intention,

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right? our sincerity. And it also, you know, this is something that you may have experienced all too, that you start doing something good, and then you tell somebody about it, and then what happens you're never able to do it again. Right? Because once we tell people we get this level of satisfaction, all right? And then we feel like okay, we're done our job. So so we stopped working. Alright, so it's not always healthy, to go on telling people about the things that you're doing, or the things that you're working towards. And also remember that when you do that it also you know, it makes other people feel jealous, or at least they feel left out.

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So of course

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what am I being able to pick up ahead this express your blessings but expressing them doesn't always mean that you go on bragging about or you go on telling people about every single thing that you were enjoying and the Prophet sallallahu earlier said actually gave us a very good piece of advice. He said Is there a no Allah tala in Hawaii, he became many her seek help for fulfilling your needs by being discreet, okay.

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Meaning, if you want to fulfill your goals, then be discreet, be discreet, meaning don't go on telling everybody about it. Don't go on publicizing it. Why? Because for in a cooler the near multi marsuit every Oh

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Have a blessing is actually envied. All right, every owner of a blessing is envied. If you look at the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there were times when he told people about what he intended to do. And there were other times when he did not tell people about what he intended to do. All right, people were just supposed to follow him. Alright? And that's something that happened many times. Why? Because

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this is how you achieve some of your goals. And especially this is how you protect yourself from the envy of other people.

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Any person who is granted a blessing is envied. All right. And some people, they show that jealousy and there are other people who don't show that jealousy. Alright, some people are very good at hiding feelings of jealousy. Alright, they continue to pretend to be like friends, but in reality they're not.

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And hazards is something that is very harmful, right? Which is why we make law We ask Allah subhanaw taala woman shattered, he has seen either herself, that I seek your protection against the evil of the NVR when he envies meaning, protect me from the jealousy of people. Because when people are jealous of you, then what happens when they start staring at you, when they start staring at your gifts at your blessings? Then, of course, this can lead to evil eye, right? But not just the evil eye. Otherwise, also, if you think about it, when people are jealous, they're not just going to sit with that jealousy. Right? They're going to want to satisfy you know that that burning inside? And

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how is that going to happen? They're either going to try to harm you, or they're going to try to you know, say bad things about you in one way or another. You know, you're going to be harmed

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and your co race and I'm says in the shade tonally insomnia or the womb will be it is actually shaped on who is a clear enemy to people. Right. So your brothers if they find out about this dream, they will plot against you they will conspire against you via Keanu Qaeda and Cade cavea al Qaeda is to secretly work on something or plan or conspire y in order to harm someone. Right? That they don't know that you're trying to harm them. So you keep your plan completely secretive, right? To see a secret from them. So they will try to harm you. Why? Because shaitan is a clear enemy to people.

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All right, meaning these feelings of jealousy, who brings them who who creates them in the heart It is tripod, because Trayvon himself was jealous, right? Remember that champion was jealous of Adam earned his center. So he refused to make sense of that to him. And look at where shaitan ended up because of his jealousy. And what does tripod do to us shed upon brings about the same feelings of jealousy in our heart, right? So that jealousy What does it do? It causes separation between people, right? It causes dissension. It causes bad feelings. It does it separates friends, spouses, siblings, right. Remember good friends, your family, they are a big, big blessing. And what is the

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goal of a plan to ruin this blessing for us? Right? So he ruins it How? By by creating this jealousy. And so often it happens that a wife is jealous of her husband, that Oh, he's, you know, his career is so great. He's living such a great life. And here I am at home stuck looking after the kids and my life is just meaning less, right? Or the husband is jealous of his wife that you know, he or she is

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you know, yes, she is at home but then when she works, you make so much money and here I am working every day and I hardly make any money and siblings. My sister is doing so great. Look at her. She's completed her degree and now she's applying for this job and I am still struggling with

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you know, with my courses that I've taken at school.

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So these feelings of jealousy what do they do they destroy your own contentment. Right? And then they also

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they also ruin relationships. So your Cobra Sam,

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he didn't say this to us earlier, Sam to make him feel bad about his brothers that your brothers are not sincere to you. Your brothers don't like you know, he said it is actually shaitan Alright, it's actually shaitan shaytaan is a clear enemy to people. Right? He does not leave people he's always trying to harm them all. They try and mislead the night and

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De. So you have to be careful. And this is something that we have to remember.

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You know, for example, your parents sometimes tell you don't go here, don't hang out with these friends. Right? Not because they don't trust you. Right? Or they don't trust your friends, it's because they don't trust a pawn. Right? So Shay pawn is our enemy. And that is something that we have to acknowledge. And that is something that we have to remember. Right? And that is why we protect ourselves.

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Then what happened, Jacobo Sallam told him about the meaning of his dream. So he said, worker valic age to be called a book. Now he interprets the dream, that work of alika and thus, yet to be called a book, your Lord will choose you. Your Lord will choose to bless you, meaning Allah will give you something very, very special. And what is that something special? It is Prophethood yet the weaker from Jean Baya, and each the bad is to choose to bless someone

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to select something or someone. So how is it that jacobellis and I made this interpretation that Allah will bless you,

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he will, he will choose you, he will select you above the rest, because for in his dream, it was very obvious 11 stars, Sun and Moon, all of them are making such that a use of ITSM which is very obvious that he is rising above the rest. Right, he is rising above the rest. So based on that your Kubernetes Lem said that Allah will choose you.

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And how is it that Allah will choose you? What will he give you, what you are on a mocha, Allah will teach you you are living from arraign lamming talim is to give knowledge, Allah will give you the knowledge of mentor will ahaadeeth of the interpretation of dreams, the interpretation of events, the interpretation of statements of Scripture, alone will give you this knowledge now, on what basis Did he say this? Because if you think about it, your Cobra Sam, he himself was a prophet. Right? And what is it that made him special compared to the rest of the people the fact that Allah subhanaw taala gave him special knowledge, right through a revelation. His father is how can you say that

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Ibrahim or Islam? What did they have? How is it that they were special? Allah subhanaw taala gave them knowledge. So just as Allah gave knowledge of Allah chose them through knowledge, Allah will also give you special knowledge and what is the special knowledge that we learned a hadith This is a very interesting

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concept that we have to understand. Very, very relevant to the story is either word that will Hamza lamb is a route and that wheelers interpretation, okay? Basically a winner, a will is first right? So you go back to the first meaning you go back to the beginning, the intent, the real meaning. So that will interpretation He will teach our interpretation of what of how these now how these is the plural of Heidi's Okay, I'm sorry, I couldn't fit it in this box. So you're gonna have to figure that out yourself. had these is written her doll here sir. Okay, Hades. And what is Hades? Hades is basically any news or information that reaches a person through some medium. Okay? And we're

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producer is something that is narrated, right?

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So, a Hardee's can mean over here. News meaning dreams, right? The dreams that people tell you. Allah will teach you the interpretation of those dreams, all right. Secondly, a Hadees can also refer to events meaning the things that happen, the things that occur, Allah will give you the interpretation of those events, meaning the understanding of those events, so Allah will give you knowledge and Allah will give you wisdom, right? And then Hadith discourse what people say or what is said. And this can refer to Scripture, right? The book that Allah has the books that Allah has revealed, Allah will give you the understanding of those scriptures of prophetic teachings. So when

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you are limo come into wheeling, Hades, Allah will give you knowledge of or of interpretation of dreams, interpretation of, of events, interpretation of prophetic teachings of Scripture.

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And remember that any information that we hear you know, we interpret it, right, something

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They are very good at interpreting the information they receive in other people they're always biased always negative. So some people Mashallah Allah has given them wisdom, right, a special sense. And Allah says you till hikma Tamiya sha Allah gives wisdom to whomsoever He wills when you tell Hc modificado to hire on Cathy Ron whoever is given wisdom than he's given a lot of good. So, Allah will give you this knowledge.

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you so your Kubernetes alum said well, you are limo coming to will a Hardee's and by giving you this knowledge, what will happen? A love will where you Timonium matter who are like you Timo, Allah will perfect and complete Tamar Tammy meme is the route to ma'am it moments to complete something. So Allah will complete near Mata who his blessing or Laker on you. Meaning he will, he will perfect his favor on you right now you have a blessing which is that you are the son of a prophet, right the grandson of a prophet, the great grandson of a prophet, but Allah will complete his blessing upon you by giving you Prophethood by giving you knowledge. So you tune your mother who are alayka it

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ma'am of blessings is their growth, their increase? All right, so Allah will increase his blessing on you. Allah will perfect his blessing on you. And by giving you these great blessings, he will also perfect this blessing on who we are Allah and upon earlier cope the family of your coop. Meaning this would also be a blessing for your pobrania salon and for his family. Because remember, in the dream of utopianism, what did he see the sun and the moon and the stars making such that to him? Right. So this is something that will benefit the entire family. Whatever that use of our histogram gets, it will benefit the entire family of your Kubernetes setup. Come on just as a term

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Maha Allah completed his blessing. Allah awaken upon your two forefathers which two forefathers min club who came before you Ibrahim, what is how they brought him in his help? How was it that the blessing of Allah was completed perfected upon them, that they were not just prophets themselves, but their children, or in the case of is how Christendom his father was also a prophet. Right? Allah subhanaw taala increased his blessings upon them, where he gave them good in this life and he will give them much better in the next life. In the logbook. Our lemon Hakeem indeed your Lord is our leader. He is ever knowing Hakeem he is ever wise.

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So Allah is our Lehman. Hakeem, what does that mean? Allah knows everything. All right, and whatever he decides, whatever he decrees is based on his perfect knowledge, it is based on his perfect wisdom. And remember that wisdom hikma is to put something where it belongs. And these are two names of Allah subhanaw taala, that we must must remember.

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Think about your current situation, right? And remember, Allah is arleen he knows you. He knows the world. He knows what tests to put you through and he knows what tests to put the rest of the world through. Right? And he is Hakeem. He is wise. Meaning his decree is with his perfect wisdom, so he knows what you're able to handle. And he knows what to test you with, and what to bring you right how to test you so that you grow, how to test you so that you become better than before. Allah is Hakeem and arnim his decisions are not random. This is something that we need to remember his his decrees are not haphazard, right? What Allah gives you what Allah takes away from you, the place

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that Allah has put you in, right, the things that he is allowing you to use and the things that he's not allowing you to benefit from right now. There is wisdom in that. Right? This this decision of Allah was based on his knowledge and his wisdom, so trust his decree. And this is something that we need to do now at this moment. And that is something that we need to do every single moment of our lives. In Nauvoo in our baka alima. Hakeem, he knows what he's doing, and he is wise in his decision. And Hakeem also means the one who's hokum is carried out, meaning nobody can resist it. Right? Nobody can repel it. If Allah decides that something should happen, a disease should spread

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than Well, it's spreading. Right and no matter what people do, right to fight it to avoid it. Any what is meant to hit you is going to hit you. So Allah is

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Hakeem and Arlene trust his plan.

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Then Allah says locker the canopy usofa what he what he is to Lisa Elaine? Certainly there is in use of and his brothers many signs for those who ask the quad canopy use of what he what he what is the plural of if we did this word earlier as well. So in the story of use of and his brothers there are if there are signs, and what is meant by if over here is is many lessons about right.

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For who Lissa alien for those who ask, plural of Sal, who are these people who ask remember the companions asked the Prophet sallallahu radiocentre for a story. And some people, they asked the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam about the story of use of in particular in order to test him. So there are lessons basically. So as you go through the story, don't just focus on Okay, this happened, then that happened. And then that happened, no, derive lessons, derive benefits, then there is many lessons that were relevant to the companions. There were many lessons that were relevant to the people who opposed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And of course, there are

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many lessons for us as well in the sutra. So the story is a very beneficial story. And I asked Allah subhanaw taala to allow us to complete those the story and to inshallah, benefit from it. I want you to listen to the recitation of these verses and hamdulillah.

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Our friend Abdul Aleem,

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Mashallah, he recorded the recitation of these verses, and he shared them with us so that we can all benefit so everybody please open up your most huff from the beginning of the surah and let's listen

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hamdulillah we've completed the first seven verses and inshallah in the next group of verses we'll be looking at

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the part of the story which is about the brothers of use of our SLM how they were jealous of him and how they tried to get rid of him and the lies that they told the conspiracy that they made against use of racism. So inshallah we'll conclude over here. So panicle lahoma will be handed a shadow Allah ilaha illa Anta Furukawa to buoy Lake assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Alright, it

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