Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L001D

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Al-Fatihah 1-7 Word-Analysis 1-2

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I'm going to share on your login Bismillah R Rahman Rahim.

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So we're going to have a session on the explanation of the words. And then we're going to have a session on the lessons that are extracted from certain facts. Okay, so your current lesson is basically divided into two parts. Right? Now, do you see these letters?

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Do you see the letters? Under bismi? We have seen me well, under a law, we have an xlm hair under a wash man, we have raw hair meme, right? You see all these letters? These letters are called root letters. What are they called? Root letters?

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When you think of the word root, what comes to your mind? The root of a plant? Or a tree? What is the root of the plant? What is the root of the tree? The origin, the base? The foundation? Right? So similarly, in the Arabic language, we have root letters, which are the origin of the word.

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What are they? The original letters of a word. From these letters, we get the different words.

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So for example, the word isn't, comes from the root letters seen me? Wow. The names of the last panel data on rush man, and of Rahim, both originate from the root letters. Oh, ha, me. All right. So you understand the concept.

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In Arabic, we have basic root letters, which are the original letters of a word, right? in trouble, we'll go into detail of what exactly root letters are at another time. But right now, to understand the lesson, you have to know just this much at least, that root letters are the origin of the word, there are the basic letters of the word, foundation of the word.

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Right.

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And these are important to know, to analyze the word linguistically.

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Remember, we learned that word analysis is about analyzing the words, linguistically, that's one of the main things

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right. So these are the root letters. In Sharla, when I do the word analysis, when I go into the details of the word, that we will discuss the root letters as well.

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So before moving on, we will look at the meaning of the Quran,

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the meaning of the word surah, the meaning of the word as the meaning of our other biLlahi, Min, Ash, shaytani, r rajim. And then the meaning of this malaria watchmen,

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right.

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These handouts are being given to you. And this is to help you take notes in class. Because in your juice, you don't have the words of an or Sula or a written, nor do you have or the relationship or knowledge in Britain in the way that the rest of the Quran is written. So you have to know what that means as well. Therefore, the sheet has been provided to you. And you will see that in this sheet, you have several boxes, several columns.

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For example, one is the translation. Another is through letters. And another is the meaning. So whenever I'm explaining a word, you have to make sure that you get these three things.

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You have to know what the translation is, you have to make sure that you know the root letters. And you also have to make sure that you know the meaning that I give, right, which is the explanation of the word.

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Everybody has it.

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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So

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what is the linguistic meaning of the word for?

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What is the word, army?

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There are several meanings of the word Koran.

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Now, I know that you want to get everything down on paper, but your main focus should not just be writing. Make sure you understand. Make sure you understand right now as well.

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So I'll come and what does it mean? I'll put an has several meanings linguistic meanings.

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First of all, it is said that the word earn means the recitation and the word for an is a noun. grammatically it is a noun.

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And this noun is derived from derive from What does anybody derive from?

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Meaning the origin of the word is ora Jaco. The root letters are off

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Ra. Hamza, what are the root address of Ra? Hamza?

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Cora Yakubu means to read to recite, support and a noun. What does that mean? recitation? What does it mean? recitation and in particular for an okay. Do you hear the word or an old man? You see the and sound option or burn this and sound at the end right that you hear. This gives the meaning of excessiveness it gives the meaning of it conveys the meaning of excessiveness when something is done in excess

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when something is done a lot.

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So, an does not just mean recitation, but what does it mean that which is recited a lot.

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So, this is a book that is to be recited again and again and again.

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You see many times in our Muslim families the focus is on just completing the Quran once isn't it? And we make it such a big deal. I read the Quran once I read the Quran twice.

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No Quran is a book that should be read and recited over and over and over again

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on is recited in salah and is recited at so many occasions it is a book that is to be recited a lot.

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Another meaning of the word plan is that which is joined together that which is combined together

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and if we take this meaning of the word urn, then it is derived from Karana

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you see for for noon in the word Quran you see of raw noon input and do you see these three letters? I want to respond Yes, okay. So, it is said that the root letters of the word called an R Khurana and Khurana means to join together

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okay.

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What does Parana need to join together? Have you heard of the term hedge bid on

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some of you have heard of the term hydrocodone. What is that it is a hedge in which a person combines his hedge with oma

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Okay, combined together joined together. So, core an is that in which something is combined together, what is combined together what is joined together what is connected in the Quran solos I had so many chapters, so many verses the column have a last panel data.

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So why is the forum given the name for an first of all because it is recited again and again. Secondly, because in it, the sutras, the verses, they're all joined together.

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Thirdly, it is also said that the word for an is a proper noun and it is not derived from any other word. It is not derived from any route. However, this is a very minority opinion.

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So this was the meaning of the word. This was the linguistic meaning.

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So what is joined together in the Quran service. So let's look at the meaning of the word sutra.

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What does surah mean? Chapter Chapter What? The Quran but why is the word sutra used? What does it mean by the words well what is the linguistic meaning of the word soul?

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It is said that the word sutra it means literally an enclosure or a fencing.

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Just imagine a place that is surrounded that is enclosed with a fence.

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Just imagine your backyard that has a fence around it. This is the literal meaning of the word

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and this word is derived from the root letters seen well

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weather letters seen well from sell yes to and suddenly assume means to surround something with a wall

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okay. So soura is an enclosure of fencing, something that encloses that which is inside that which is within.

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This is the literal meaning of the words.

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So when you think of this meaning what do you understand

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That the surah has enclosed within it what the sort of the Quran has enclosed within it. I yeah. Versus isn't it? So

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I, for example, in sort of the fact that you have seven verses that are enclosed within sort of Fatiha, they are not mixed with sort of Baccarat, isn't it? They're not confused with sort of Baccarat. You can't say, Oh, no, no, no, no, just let me take this, I have sort of the factory, let me put it in sort of the buffer, I like it. No, you can't do that.

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The sauce, they have enclosed certain verses within them.

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Alright, so this is the first meaning of the word. So

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another meaning of the word Sula is an elevated plane,

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a plane, a piece of land that is elevated, that is raised a pie from what from the rest of the lawn that is around.

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Just imagine a piece of land that is elevated from the rest of the area that is around it.

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What happens to that piece of land? It immediately gets your attention, isn't it? So for example, if you're traveling, plain flatland, and all of a sudden you see a mountain, what are you going to see the flatland or the mountain,

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the mountain right. Similarly, there is a plain fat empty room, and the only thing inside it is a table. What are you going to look at the floor, the table, the table, so something that is elevated immediately attracts your attention.

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And something that is elevated is also of high status. It is also of highest status.

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So a chapter of the Quran is called surah. Why? Because it is elevated in its rank in its status, more than any other chapter that could be out there in the world.

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More than any other speech in the dunya.

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The surah of the Quran is not an ordinary, so

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every surah is elevated. Every surah deserves our attention.

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Every surah deserves our reflection, every soldier deserves that we must reflect upon it and act upon it.

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Because the surah of the Quran is of elevated status.

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And you know, from the root letter scene wilda which is the root of the word surah. There is another word, which is the word seawell. Do you know what's

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a salvage What does that mean? bracelets, bracelets, what bracelets do they adorn, they decorate the beautify a person, isn't it so,

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and also think about it sometimes a bracelet is made of what several gems are pearl that are joined together. So a sutra is a connection of verses.

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It is a collection of verses.

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So this is the meaning of the word sutra. How many suitors are there in the Quran

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114.

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And technically, a surah is a group of verses in the Quran that are arranged in a specific manner.

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What comes after the sewer? What is in a sewer i. So let's look at the meaning of the word.

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The word is has several meanings in the Arabic language.

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In fact, the word Ayah has been used in several different ways in the Quran. The first meaning of the word AI is assign

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an indication.

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The second meaning of the word AI is a lesson. There is an ayah for you in this What does that mean? There is a lesson for you in this.

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Thirdly, the word Ayah means a miracle.

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And fourthly, the word if means a verse or a sentence.

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So keeping all of these four meanings of the word I have in mind, what is an idea of the Quran?

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And I have the Quran is a verse of the Quran.

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A sentence in the Quran.

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And every sentence is a miracle from a mosque.

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Right

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before meetings of IRR

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what are the sign lesson? miracle verse.

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So it is a verse that is a miracle from a loss of panel data and it contains lessons for men.

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Every IRA contains lessons for mankind to benefit from.

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And it also has admonitions for the believers as well as the disbelievers

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how many verses are there in the plan?

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There are several opinions However, the most have that you have in front of you, that one has 6236 verses

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what is a sentence made off? What is a verse made off

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word?

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What is the Arabic word for the word word?

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Love.

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So, now, we will look at the meaning of love.

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Love is from the root lamb.

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Look, do you see these three letters in the word love?

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Do you see them lamb?

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What

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do you see them? Yes, okay.

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So, these are the root letters left elbow, left elbow literally means in the Arabic language do throw something up

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to emit to throw something.

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For example, it is said level one semoga the bar the see what did it do? It threw out the fish onto the shore, the sea threw out the fish onto the shore

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the fish was in the sea and now the sea threw it out. So it is stuck on the shore. So, love is that which is thrown out that which is emitted that which is enunciated that which is spoken?

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If you think of it words, there's so many words, so many thoughts going on in our heads, isn't it?

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Even when you're silent? There are so many things going on in your head? Correct. When you speak what do you do? You throw out some words right. So a word is that which is spoken that which is enunciated.

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And there are a total of 77,437 words in the Quran.

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That seems like such a big number.

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We learned that we're going to study the Word to word translation of the entire pool.

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Doesn't that scare you? 77,000 words. Does that scare you? No, I found it. That's very good. Very good. It doesn't scare you. But can I tell you something? The words of the Quran are repeated a lot.

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As you can see sort of Fatiha. If you know the meaning of L one. Can you not apply it everywhere you see it? Yes.

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You see the word rush man. Rush. Rush man, Rahim. similar meanings.

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Just in this sauce. So many words have been repeated again and again. So don't get scared by the fact that there's 77,000 words in the plan. Many of the words are repeated.

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Okay, what is the lufs? meter?

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How to roof letters? What does health literally mean? How is a letter? And literally it means the edge of something

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like for example, the edge of a cliff?

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What is it? The Edge? When you think of the edge? What does that show you? What does that tell you? That there's something inside, this is the limit. There's something inside. So the words of the Arabic language. They may appear to be having just one letter or two letters. But they have oceans of meaning within them. They're very deep. The words of the Arabic language, the letters of the Arabic language, they're very meaningful, they come together and they have a lot within them. They convey a whole lot of meaning.

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And there are 323,671 letters of the

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integral.

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What's on a health

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What do you have on the on the letter?

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I have Okay, what is the halaqa? What is the head aka sign a vowel sound right. So Heroku is indicated by various symbols such as you are aware of the fact that guests

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The Dhamma and there are other Hellcat as well. These are just three basic ones that I've mentioned over here.

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What does the word halaqa literally mean? movement

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halaqa literally means movement to move something. And in order to pronounce a word, what do we have to do? We have to move, right we have to move our mouth.

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And this is something that is very important when it comes to reciting the Quran. If you don't move your mouth, you're not going to be able to recite the Quran properly and correctly

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then we have just the blue book that you have what do you call it? Just

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and what just what does it mean?

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literally a portion or if I have a hole

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apart, that completes something.

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So how many portions how many parts are there in the

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30 bars?

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All of them together form the

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they complete the entire column.

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Before we recite the Quran, what do we do? What do we say?

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Ruby left him in the shade for new Virgin and this statement is called that are with

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Aruba Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. What is it called? That?

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Let's look at the meaning of our would have been their human chiffon energy. Now you make sure that you write the word to word translation through letters and the meaning.

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inshallah I will tell you, all of them

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are auto means I seek refuge.

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I seek refuge,

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break this down

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gives the meaning of I

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Andrew gives a meaning of refuge

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or who do I seek refuge? I take refuge

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and the word root is derived from the root letters. I'm well then what are the root letters? All right. Well, then from other years

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and other your other means to seek the protection of someone against some danger.

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What does it mean to seek the protection of someone against some danger? When you're in danger, when you're at risk, what do you do?

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You take protection.

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So this is what are the Europeans

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or who do I seek the protection with who with whom

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I am taking whose protection I am seeking whose protection BelAir he with a law.

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rudo be left with a law

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and biller he is a combination of B, and a law, a law you already know. And the letter B gives the meaning of with

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this is very interesting. In the Arabic language, words are even made up just one letter.

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Just as you have an English

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book means something right? It's just one letter. Similarly, in the Arabic language, some words are just made up one letter.

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And we say one letter so small, but something so amazing that the letter B in the Arabic language has 17 different meanings.

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I told you, health shows that there's something within

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oceans, deep meaning multiple meanings, various meanings, one letter B 17, different meanings. This is why our last panel data chose the Arabic language because it is like no other language.

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Be with Allah, Allah. And Allah is a small gela Allah is small janella What does that mean? It is the exclusive grant name of allah Subhana Allah.

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In Arabic When you generally refer to words, what do you say the word such and such? But when you're talking about the name of Allah subhana wa Tada. You will not say the word of Allah. No, that's not the correct way. You say that is small gentlemen, the grand name

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because it is the name of a muscle penalty, which is exclusive to him alone. Nobody else can be given this me. No matter how pious no matter how righteous, whoever it may be.

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Only a loss of panel data deserves to say it is his personal name.

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So our Oh, Bill,

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what's the next word?

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Men do letters, men, men means from against.

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So are Uzu biLlahi. I seek protection with a law from who? mina shavon from the Shaitaan.

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And who is a chef on? He is a virgin, he is the cursed

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shavon shavon is derived from chef Ana from the root letters she bought noon, sheen for noon. And shop owner means literally to be far. What does it mean to be far?

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And it also means to oppose the truth, to go against the truth.

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So you tell me, why is shavon called shavon?

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Because he is opposing the truth? Why else? How is he far? In what way is he far,

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far away from Allah's mercy? He is far away from the mercy of Allah. He is far away from the truth.

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This is why he's called chiffon.

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And what's the characteristic of shavon shavon Paul nilla Jean

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Jean means the occurs What does it mean? The occurs l the regime occurs

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and the word regime is derived from regime a regime rules letters r ra je ne Rajan. What does that mean? Rajan literally means to stone to throw stones at someone.

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Why would someone throw stones at another? Think about it, why

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do I drive them away? To push them away? to expel them.

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So the characteristic of shavonne is that he is a Rajiv he is a cursed, he is expelled, we say or would have been done even a shaytani r rajim. to expel him to push him away to remove him far away from us.

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Or they've been there he mean a shame for numerology.

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Now, you may open up your juice, and inshallah we will study civil society, how

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are you understanding everything? For Allah, the root letters are Hamza lamb.

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Now, I'm sure that everybody is trying to make sure that you write everything.

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But it is possible that you miss out some information, isn't it? So obviously, it's going to happen. Now there's two things that you can do either you can ask other people around you right now. And make sure that you get the notes. And when you do that, you will disturb them. And it might take longer and you may lose out on something else. Isn't that possible?

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And the other option is that you complete your notes after the class.

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How will you do it after the class

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insha Allah in the group time, you can ask your group in church, when you're studying together, you make sure you have all the root letters, you have the meaning if you've missed something out a reference or something, you make sure at that time that you have all of your notes but I discourage you from asking during the class

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because you will disturb other people and at the same time you might lose out on something else as well.

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Okay, so the best thing is to do it after class inshallah.

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Okay, that's more than just a little shout out to be let him in a shape Manjula Jean Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim.

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Serato Fatiha has seven verses 25 words

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and 113 letters.

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Sort of the first half is Mr. Kimura. What does that mean?

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That it was revealed before the prophets that a lot in southern migrated to Medina, it was revealed in the meccan era.

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And so, the fact is the fifth surah to be revealed in chronology and it is the first sort of to be revealed in its entirety.

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In fact, you have, which is the name of the soda literally means the opening. In fact, it has the name of the soda literally means the opening and it is derived from the root letters.

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The

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first

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letter has literally means to open something. What does it mean?

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To open something, it is all said that further hair is actually to remove a block or to remove the confusion from something, just imagine a room with a door, the door is blocking access into the room better held bad is to open up the door to remove the block, so that you can enter.

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So unfair to have the opening

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and further house also to remove the confusion from something so that it becomes clear.

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Why is the sutra called Al Fatiha

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because it is the opening of the

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it is the opening surah the opening chapter of the Quran. The surah is also called Al Fatiha because it is the opening of Sunnah

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when you press Allah, immediately after the ham, what do you recite Surah Fatiha

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so this surah is called Al Fatiha because it is the opening of the Quran, the beginning of the Quran, and it is also the opening of Salah

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Abu huraira battilana narrative that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen meaning so little Fatiha is the mother of the book.

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And hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen is the mother of the book.

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And it is the seven repeated as of the glorious

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pyramid. So from this Hardee's we find out that so little fat also has another name, what is that name? mother of the book, and the Arabic term for that is omole kita own meaning mother and kita meaning book. So omole kita mother of the book,

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why sort of Fatiha called a Makita

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you see

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the mother? It is the foundation of something? Isn't it? The foundation of some. So Susan Fatiha is like the foundation of the Quran.

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If a person is able to understand the message, absolutely.

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If a person is able to accept the message of sort of effect, the rest of the Quran comes around the rest of the Quran is also easy, because all the main concepts the main themes are mentioned insert effect.

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So, it is the mother of the book.

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There are also other names of the solar for example. So the Fatiha is also called a sauna. The prayer

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It is also called a Salah, the prayer It is also called a Shiva. What does that mean? The Cure, it is also called of Rukia the remedy, it is also called and hence the praise.

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It is also called assess the foundation, and it is also called fat he has a wiki tab, which is opening of the book.

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when something has more than one name, when something has multiple names, what does that show you

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the importance,

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it has so many different names, so many different titles, so many different descriptions.

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Allah Subhana Allah and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they have multiple names. And so the fact they have has multiple names, why? Because it is the greatest surah of the

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Why has a lot of fat they have been given several names, because it is the greatest sort of the what's the evidence for that that is the greatest source of the Quran.

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There's a hadith that is mentioned in Al Bukhari, in which I will sorry, but the larger narrative, he said, that I was praying in the masjid, when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam called me and I did not answer him. Why? Because he was praying for that. I said, after the Salah, but all messenger of Allah, I was praying, he said, did not allow see that respond to Allah and to the messenger when he calls you. Because you see, he was praying voluntary,

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and during voluntary praise. If this habit they were called by the prophet sallallahu sallam, they were required to

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respond to his call.

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Then he said, shall I teach you the greatest surah of the Quran before you leave the masjid? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked a bursary Shall I teach you the greatest surah of the Quran before you leave the masjid. And then

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he says, he took my hand. When we were about to leave, I said, O Messenger of Allah, you said, I will teach you the greatest sudo of the Quran. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam replied, Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds meaning Alhamdulillah here

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are the seven oft repeated verses, and the immense for the glorious for and that I was given.

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So from this hadith we find out that sudo Fatiha is the greatest surah of the Quran.

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There is another Hadith, which is mentioned in unnecessary in which even our best will learn who he said that while jabril was with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, he heard a noise from above the angel gibreel. He was with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he heard a noise from above meaning from the sky.

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debris, Jerry lifted his sight to the sky, he looked up. And he said, this is a door in heaven being open, and it has never been opened before. Now.

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A door has been opened up in the heaven, which has never been opened before.

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An angel descended from that door, and came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And said, received the glad tidings of two lights that you have been given. What did the angel say? receive the glad tidings, the good news of two lights that you have been given, which no other profit before you was given

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no other profit before you was given. And what were the two lights? First of all, the opening of the book meaning, so the fact that he had to look it up.

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And secondly, the last three verses of Sudoku

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and in the age of continued, that you will not read a letter of them, but will gain its benefits.

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So what do we learn from this Heidi? That sort of society Hell is a big blessing.

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It was a special gift given to the prophets that have

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not given to any other prophet before him. And every time that a person recites the surah, he will find its benefits

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are Oh Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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It is from the etiquette of reciting the Quran, that when a person begins the recitation he should seek protection from the shavon with Allah soprano.

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A last panel data says for either product and or Anna, foster it Billahi min ash shaytani r g. So when you recite the Quran, seek refuge in Allah from the shavon who was expelled from his mercy. Why? Because when a person goes to do something good, immediately the chiffon becomes very active. And especially when you're in the class, he's gonna say, you know what he's gonna say,

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sleep. It's taken so long.

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Immediately when such thoughts come to your mind, or the vinda human energy, you think that shavon would want you to benefit from this sort of, to benefit from the Quran. He has been trying all your life to keep you away.

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And now you're on a mission to learn every word of the Quran. Obviously, chiffon is going to become extremely active. So before we begin every time RO Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. I seek refuge with Allah from the Shaitaan. Who is cursed or the biller he min ash shaytani r rajim

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. bismi is a combination of B and Islam with me. And beside me, means I begin with name.

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What does it mean? I begin with the name meaning by mentioning the name of who of Allah subhanaw taala.

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What does it mean by that? That I begin this journey? I begin this step with the help the blessing of Allah soprano.

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You see, anytime that we start something new in our lives, we have to depend on something isn't it so

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even if you're learning to cook, even if you're cleaning

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Something what you depend on something or the other, your intellect, time, your energy, your strength, your friends, the books, isn't it. So you have to rely on so many things.

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And every time that we begin something important, it is necessary that we begin with the help of a muscle. We begin with the name of a muscle.

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Which is why it is of the proper etiquette that we say Bismillah Hirschman for him before beginning, anything that is important.

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Business Bismillah. Let's look at Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim linguistically. So bismi with name B, as I told you earlier, in bill there he means with and Islam is the name.

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What is Islam? The name of something? And the word Islam is derived from seen meme. Well, what is it derived from? Seen meme? Well, Sumo is the word.

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And so mu means height. from the same root is the word summer. What does that mean? sky? It is high above us.

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And the word Islam is from the same root. What's the connection between the two? What's the connection between the two?

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Islam is not necessarily a lost Pentagon isn't. It's Miss? Anything's name anyone's name. And height. Height means that which is high above becomes very prominent, isn't it? So? That which is high above becomes prominent. So what is the main prominent thing of anything?

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It's me, right? So beside me with name

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with name of who? I begin with the name of who? Bismillah who is Allah? He is a freshman. And he is also

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the names of the last panel data of rushman and Rahim. They're both derived from the root letters of raw hair mean,

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raw hair, me and the main word is Rama. Have you heard of the word Rama? What does that mean? mercy, compassion. But in Arabic, the word Russia means do want what is good for those who deserve it? What does it mean to want something good for those who deserve it? Iran to

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the intention to do your son to do good. So Rama is compassion. It is sympathy. It is kindness, pity.

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So unwashed man of Rahim, the one who has mercy, the one who shows mercy. Now you see both the names of Allah subhanaw taala are harsh man of a human from the same root. Right? But there has to be a difference between the two.

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Isn't it? There has to be a difference between the two. What is that difference?

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It is said that the name of the last panel data of rush man gives the meaning of excessiveness of the attribute of mercy. It conveys the meaning of excessiveness of the attribute of mercy

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excessiveness as well as vastness.

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So, a rush man, the Entirely Merciful,

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the one who is most merciful.

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No one else is more merciful than a last panel.

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And Amash man also indicates great amount of mercy.

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One who is excessively merciful, and he is also exceedingly immersive meaning he shows mercy again and again and again. And he shows mercy not just to sum but he shows mercy to everyone. He shows mercy to to everyone. He is compassionate, he is kind towards every single creature, even those who do not believe in him.

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It is of the mercy of Allah, it is of the kindness of Allah, that we are able to breathe.

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It is of the kindness of Allah, that we eat, we have food to eat.

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We have feed to walk with. We have a house to live in. We have the ability to speak, we have an intellect that thinks we have the sky above us. We have the earth below us. This is all the mercy of Allah. So Allah man in

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indicates that he is Entirely Merciful. He is merciful towards every creature in so many different ways.

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And you know from the word Rama, the word run is also derived, and that is used for the womb of the mother.

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What is the womb of the mother?

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The child grows over there, he's completely protected.

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That is where he gets all the nourishment completely protected and nourished. So

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the one who protects the one who nourishes his creation, and he is also a Rahim. What does the name of Allah subhanaw taala of Rahim indicate in particular

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it is slightly different from Rama. Rahim indicates particularities

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that merciful in particular to merciful, specifically two words.

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So on rush man, the one was merciful towards his entire creation. And Rahim, the one who has special mercy for his certain creation.

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So that shows us that one type of mercy is general.

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And another type of mercy is specific. And that specific Mercy is for only those who deserve it. And who are they? Those who believe in Allah, those who worship Allah, those who asked for help from the last panel.

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Those who ask for assistance from our last panel,

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so on rushman, the one who was merciful towards everyone, and of Rahim, the one who shows special mercy towards special creation

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of watchmen also indicates that He is merciful to everyone in the dunya. And Rahim indicates that he will be Especially Merciful towards some in the hereafter. Those who prove themselves to be those who deserve the mercy of Allah.

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Allah handle all praise for who lillahi for Allah

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and hamdulillah All praise is for Allah. What does that mean? That Allah subhanaw taala deserves all praise and humble. You see, generally means the but sometimes it also gives the meaning of entirely all of it. So Alhambra means all of the pre

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who deserves it a last panel data desert. Now you notice the word hand has been used, not the word mud, because mother also means praise.

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And handouts, it gives meaning of gratitude, which is why many times in translations you may have read praise and thanks. Right. But the word sugar alone has not been used. It's not sugar in there. It's not not heard in there. What is it Alhamdulillah why the word has helped means dimension, the most perfect attributes of someone

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What does Hamed mean? dimension, the most perfect attributes of someone.

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But who is that someone who is most perfect attributes are being mentioned, the one who is praiseworthy, the one who deserves praise?

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And how is such praise? That is based on respect and love.

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It is based on what respect and love meaning the one who is doing

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the one who is praising the other. He is doing it out of love. He is doing it out of respect. Many times people praise others, but they don't respect them.

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Many times people praise others but they don't love them at all. The word hand has been used because it is dimensioned the most perfect attributes and it is also such praise that is based on love and respect. So in other words, it is praised that is very sincere.

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It is praise that the one who is being praised, he deserves it. And it is praise that is sincere.

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And the word hand also includes the meaning of gratitude. Because the one who is offering such praise, why is he doing it? Why is he doing it out of thanks, out of gratitude.

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So unhandled all praise sincere praise, out of love out of respect with gratitude

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All of that, who deserves it? lillahi for Allah subhanaw taala

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All praise is for Allah soprano data Why? Because he is continue reading the ayah and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen because he is the rub off the word.

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What does it mean by Robben Island?

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Rob is from the root letters, Ra, Beth, Beth,

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Beth, Beth. And Rob means to gradually nurture something.

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Robert, URI book means to gradually nurture something.

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Like, for example, you have a seed, you saw it on the ground, you continue to water it, you make sure it gets sufficient sunlight.

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You make sure it's not out there in the cold, you're protected, you're nurtured. And eventually it will grow into a very healthy plant. So Rob baribeau, is to nurture something so that it reaches its stage of completion and perfection.

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What does it mean, to nurture something to look after something so that it reaches its stage of completion and perfection?

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This is the literal meaning of urea.

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from the same root, there's a word of b2b. And this is used for a woman. Why?

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The woman of the house the woman who takes care of the house, manages the house. The way a woman loves her house. The man doesn't. The way a woman loves her furniture. The man does it. The way a woman loves her kitchen, the man doesn't, isn't it? And the way she takes care of the house, the man doesn't. Isn't that true?

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So raw butter bake is also used for a woman because she takes care of she looks after the house.

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So

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who does the verb refer to? Allah soprano?

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It is said that Rob refers to three things. First of all, Rob gives the meaning of Holly.

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Holly, what does that mean?

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creator. So Rob is Holic the Creator. Secondly, Malik, what does Malik mean? owner, the one who has complete authority over something

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he has complete ownership as well as authority over something

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so Harlock medic. And the third meaning is, would have been, what does that mean?

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planner, the one who plans

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The one who plans, all of the affairs, all of the matters, our particular thing.

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But over here, you see, a lot of times it says that he is not just a rub of one thing of just the human beings, of just the angels of just the plants, of just the animals know, he is Robin alameen Allah Al amin, he is the rub, He is the Creator, the master, the planner, of Allah Levine, of the entire worlds

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alameen is the plural of the word.

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It is a plural of the word Ireland and Ireland is from Ireland.

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Ireland literally means assign. What is it, assign an indication of something. The word Ireland is also used for a flag, what does the flag do? It indicates a particular theme or country whatever.

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So are the mean is the creation of a last panel?

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Why is it called art? I mean,

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what does it show? What does it indicate? What does it prove? The existence of a creator.

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The existence of a creator.

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everything, every being every object points to the existence of its creator of its maker.

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So Allah subhana wa tada is the rub of the entire world.

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It is also said that Allah mean, the entire creation has been called Allah mean. Why? Because if you think about it, human beings, they have a world not in the physical sense. The world of the human being. We have the world of the gym, the world of the animals, the world of the plants, right. So all of these different different

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worlds that exist,

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who made them? Who owns them for plans every matter pertaining to them?

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And also panel data. This is why Alhamdulillah all praise sincere praise, true praise for all for our last panel data, because he is the rub of the entire world.

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He is the nub of the entire existence.

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fit our own. He asked musasa color fit our own.

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fit our own asked, What is this Lord of the world's most Arsalan replied, color, robusta megawati, well, early woman, a woman in control mu,

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Allah, He is the Lord of the entire heavens, whatever is above us, and the entire Earth everything that it has

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been a homer and whatever that is between the two.

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So Allah, He is the rub of the entire worlds how he is the rub of the heavens, the earth, and whatever that is between.

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So if He is the Creator, the maker, the organizer, the manager of the entire heavens, the entire Earth, does he not deserve praise?

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Does he not deserve obedience? If he is the one who made all of this?

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If he is the one who is a rush, man, or Rahim, does he not deserve praise? Of course he does. If we find out about a manager of a very big company, we get so impressed.

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What is that manager? just managing one thing.

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We are not even able to manage our lives. We're not able to manage our notebooks, our books, our houses, our cutlery, our kitchen stuff, we're not able to manage even one thing, a law, he his love of Allah the mean

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of the entire existence, therefore, and handed in all praises for

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what is the message that you're going to take home for yourself?

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And hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen All praise is for Allah The Lord of the world.

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Okay.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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Me.

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Marry

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me

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after the lesson comes homework. All right. So your homework is to try to memorize the word toward translation not the running translation the word to word translation of pseudo to Fatiha.

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How will you do it? How will you do it?

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You say out the Arabic word and then you say if it's translation, okay? several times. For example, try doing it five times. Try doing it six times, seven times, until you have mastered it and inshallah tomorrow in the groups, you will be reviewing the word to a translation with your group in charge.

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Okay,