Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L002C

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Al-Baqarah 1-5 Word-Analysis 1-3

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I'm going to shave on Regina Smith

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Alif Lam, me.

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And Islami. These are three letters. The first one is Elif, the second one is lamb. And the third one is me. And each of them is red. It is pronounced separately. In the sense that you don't say a lamb, you don't say a limb. How do you say I live lamb mean?

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There Lika then he can means that

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and keekaboo How can you break this word?

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Meaning the and key taboo meaning book, are you familiar with the word kita? book?

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lair? No, or Eva? Any doubt left with it. This word earlier insulted, Fattah laden la lluvia la him while lair of body. So they're not you're already familiar with this word.

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Reva right means doubt. Fie. in it. fee is two words. The first one is fee and the other one is he fi means in and he means it.

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Right. Fi means in and he means it. Who then guidance with it the word Athina earlier you're familiar with the word who the who the guidance.

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Little motor, such a big word

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late Have you done this word earlier? And hamdu lillahi for Allah. This is the same league. Little Matatini for those who have Taqwa. So, late means for and then we have the second language has a sukoon on it, which is actually an N What does l mean?

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The Soleil means for the

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for the for who? Motoki Mutt Taki is one who has taqwa. Have you heard of the word macduffie before such and such as a Moto G? Okay? What does Motoki mean? One who has the whole What is the meaning of taco we'll go into that later on.

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And in his off, floral, just as you have muslimeen I mean, mood terpene right. So lil mood pain for those who have Taqwa for those who are God fearing

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alladhina and Medina, those who are at the beginning who gives the meaning of the levena, wanzhou and levena those who

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you may know they believe, you may know now, first of all, we have the letter Yeah. At the beginning.

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And whenever you see the letter, yeah, at the beginning of a word, generally, not every time but generally, it gives a meaning of a verb. Okay? So when you see Yeah, at the beginning of a word, what kind of a word is a grammatically? a verb, not a noun. And a verb means an action is being done right? So you need a noon they believe they're doing the action of believing. So you may know that they believe

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Hamza meme known indicates a man and the well known at the end again is floral. If the word was you may know that means he believes and if the word is you mean una. What does that mean? They believe all right. bill AB be What does be me with bass Miller he be with isn't name over here we have B with a live BNC you're familiar with Al l means the and you have wave which is unseen. What? And up moon again, UK Mona begins with a year which means it's a verb. Alright. So UK Mona, they're doing some action. Right? The well known at the end indicates floral is doing an action which is why it's not he but it is they what is the action that they're doing? off? Up Mona off? Yeah, I mean that you

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see over here. Okay. It means to perfectly establish so up Mona. They perfectly establish.

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All right.

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What do they perfectly establish a sonata, the prayer it means the insalata prayer. So when you see Mona salata and they perfectly is

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stablish the prayer

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well, and we've done the word was several times before now, member mimma is a combination of two words. min and max. What does mean me from Urdu? Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. You've already done the word mean I told you there's so much repetition in the Quran right? So main means from and mer means what are that which

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means what are that which so we're min max and from that which was the

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home buzzer there is provision now means we now means we have we done this early where is the man guide us plural right. The similarly for example, now we provided we provided who, whom then we read or lay him earlier, him is one form and home is another form, but they didn't want to be or lay him upon them. But as of now home we provided them right. Yun futuna they spent again Yeah, at the beginning indicates it's a verb naffaa means to spend well known is a floral, so une una they spent

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one levena and those who don't need to break this down. No,

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you me? No, no, they believe Do I need to break this down? We've done this before, right? Yeah, indicates verb. Hamza mean noon indicates a man and well known floral. So you know now they believe they have faked. Bhima on Zilla Bhima is a combination of B and Ma. You've done B earlier. You've done earlier. Right? b means with my means what are that which?

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Then we have on Zilla on Zillow means it was revealed. So be my own Zilla in that which was revealed

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on Zilla Nasrallah Tenzin, one of the names of the Quran, okay revelation. So unzila it was revealed ilica towards you Illa Illa means to words and curl means you have we done earlier where a year care now we do what a year care necessary. So over here we have la cat two words you

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warmer on Zilla, and what was revealed men from publica before you men means from you've done this before oberliga publica is a combination of two words, the first one is audible, which means before and the second is get which means you so carbon leka before you

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or bill karate and with the hereafter what means and B means with L means the hero means hereafter easy

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or will a hero and with the hereafter home they again this word is coming. What do they do? You can own they believe with certainty.

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You can own it, you'll be known up Moon The sounds are similar, isn't it? Because they're all verbs to begin with. Yeah. And with well known which means Explorer. So they what is the action that they're doing? off? yucky? So they believe with certainty, just as you mean owner? What action is it that they're doing of events so they have faith up Mona? What action is it that they're doing of establishing? So you may know that they believe up Mona, they perfectly establish yearn for Kona, they spend and UK Luna they believe with certainty. They have Yaki

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Ola, aka those This is new. hula aka dos. Allah upon we did la him earlier. Right? Allah upon houden a guidance men from Rob be him their Lord or beam is two words. The first one is Rob or Bill alameen. Lord, Master, we did that earlier. And he means there. So never be him. From the Lord. What and Buddha Ecuador's home they a lovely one, those who are successful and move flee home. Al means the

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Now we're left with mostly, the wild one at the end indicates that this is a plural. Right? And you see more flair. What do you think the root letters are?

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For lamb? Hmm? Okay.

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So what's this mean?

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This meme indicates that the word is a noun, the meme, this indicates that the word is a noun. So more or less is who? The person who is successful, the one who is successful.

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So I'll move roughly home. What does that mean? The ones who are successful, those who are successful, it's a noun, it's people. It's not a verb. It's people, the ones those people who are successful. Alright, any questions so far? Everything is clear.

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The meme is mostly fair lamb hair are the letters and meme indicates that the word is a noun, which kind of a noun is it? active barks well, meaning one who does the action? Generally.

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inshallah, as you become more and more familiar with the words you will be able to recognize when the meme indicates now, okay, when they get indicates word, but generally, this is what it is.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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Bismillah.

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I'm Amy.

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eBay up moon.

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Surah Al Baqarah is immagini Surah Surah. Fatiha was Mackey. What does that mean? That sort of Fatiha was revealed before the age of Surah Al Baqarah is medini. What does that mean? That it was revealed after the heater

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to SoTL bokhara is emergency surah. It was revealed after the Hydra

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McKee and madonie has to do with the time and not the place. Mackey does not mean it was revealed in Makkah. matherly does not mean it was revealed in Medina because after the hijra, the prophets are allowed Islam did go back to mcheza. Okay, and he came back I mean, he visited mark and he returned to Medina. So murky and maddening has to do with the era, the time, not the place. Because all the revelation was not sent only in Makkah, only Medina there were other places as well with a profit sort of artists Adam was at certain times and they were he was given to him. So Maki means before the migration and Medina means after the migration

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Surah Al Baqarah is the longest chapter of the cooker. It is the longest surah of the Quran, and it covers about two and a half years. It covers about two and a half Jews of the Quran. How many verses does this sorta have

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286 286 literally, Al Baqarah means the cow

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and the surah is named after the story of the cow that is mentioned in verses 67 to 73 which inshallah we should study soon.

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So Al Baqarah literally means the cow and the surah is named after the story of the cow that is mentioned in the verses 67 to 73.

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As for the importance of the surah there is a hadith that is mentioned in several Hadith books. For example, there is a narration that we find in say Muslim, Abdullah ibn Breda narrated from his father, that I was sitting with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and I heard him say, there are normal Surah Al Baqarah for in the hair Baraka what okocha has saw when I tested to her and batalla

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learn Surah Al Baqarah tala mu learn

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Not just read, not just recite, but learn, learn the meaning. Learn the outcome that are mentioned in the surah. Why? Because in learning it, there is blessing in learning it, there is blessing. In ignoring it, there is sorrow

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in ignoring the surah not studying it, not learning it, there is sorrow, there is grief, there is regret for a person

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and the evil ones. They cannot memorize this.

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And then it is said that I'm delighted and Blader when he was narrating from his father, he said that he kept silent for a while. And then he said, there are normal Surah Al Baqarah

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imraan for in the home as well when you learn your Sahaba Houma yom Okayama at Cana Houma homearama, Danny Oh over a attorney ofit economy and played in solar.

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Learn sudo and Baqarah and Sora early and

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learn what with Saurus Surah Al Baqarah. And so earlier on why, because they are two lights. These two surahs are two lights. What does the light do? It guides you. It shows you the way it illuminates your surroundings. It makes you more aware. It helps you it benefits you. So these two sources, there are two lights and they will share their people on the Day of Resurrection.

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What does that mean that they will share their people on the Day of Resurrection?

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Those people who learn them or read them. So these two sources will share their people on the Day of Resurrection, just as do clouds or two spaces of shade, or two lines of flying birds do lines of flying birds just as they share those were under them.

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So Surat Al Baqarah is a very special sudo

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Abu Dhabi learn who he said that the prophets are allowed to send amset letter R Lu taco makabe do not make your houses into graveyards Do not turn your houses into graveyards for internal beta lady dakara oofy he Surah Al Baqarah leja to Hulu shavon Verily, shaytaan does not enter the house where pseudo Tula Cora is recited and this is mentioned in a Dermody as well as a Muslim.

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So what do we learn from this headings?

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That the house in which the Quran is not recited, that houses like a graveyard?

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When you go to a graveyard, how do you feel scared, terrified, lonely, their sadness, there's emptiness, and a house in which the Quran is not recited. That house also becomes lonely. A place where a person does not find contentment and happiness.

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So do not turn your houses into graveyard by not reciting the Quran in your houses. And the prophets are a lot of Salaam told us that the house in which Sula to Baccarat is recited. shavon does not enter shavon does not enter into that house. So what if shavon enters your house? What is he going to do? You can't see him? How is he going to spread corruption

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make trouble and fights and arguments between the people. Many times people are living under the same roof. But every time they see each other, they argue there is no peace. There is no happiness, the wealth that comes in the house, there is no Baraka. The money that comes into the house the food that comes into the house there is no Baraka. Why? Because your bond is there.

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So don't turn your houses into graveyards and read Surah Baqarah so that shaitan does not enter the house.

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Let's begin disorder Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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The bas Mullah Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim is a constant verse it is almost dakila ayah that is recited at the beginning of every surah except for sudo tober

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except for sudo to tober. Okay, at the beginning of sort of October you do not recite the busman but as for the other sources, all of them you recite Bismillah before

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Alif Lam mean Alif Lam mean? Did you notice something? We did not translate these letters from Arabic into English. We do not

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translate them as a lm or we do not give a meaning to them. We keep them exactly as they are Elif lamb mean

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these letters, Elif lambing, they are of the Hebrew for Egypt. They are of the Arabic alphabet. They are of the Arabic alphabet.

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They are written together. As you can see, lamb and meme are joined together, but they are pronounced separately. They are read separately in the sense that you don't put any hodaka on on the letters to join them together. You do not put a Fatah on the Elif to join it with them. No, you don't do that. You read it as Elif lamb and me, nor do you read them as

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but you actually say the name of the letter, what is the name of this letter? And if the next letter lamb, the third letter mean

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and because they are read separately, they're pronounced separately. This is why they have been given the term who roof Macaca

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roof Macaca.

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What does it mean by that? The dis jointed letters, those letters that are not joined together? No Katara is from an author needs to cut, party or run one route several relationships you may have heard.

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So macatawa, the dis jointed letters

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14 of the Arabic alphabet. They appear at the beginning of 29 surah of the Quran in this way.

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14 of the Arabic alphabet appear at the beginning of 29 soldiers of the Quran in this way, what are they called? hoof mahkota.

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And there are many opinions regarding the meanings and the purpose of these letters of the hoof Nakata but mainly you can summarize them.

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First of all, it has been said that these hurdles, they have a meaning just as a letter bear has a meaning just as any word in the Quran has a meaning. Similarly, these hurdles also have some meaning. And the scholars have differed concerning their exact meaning. Some say that it is the name of Allah subhanaw taala or the Quran or it is equivalent to an oath that is taken. However, we do not have any sound evidence to support that.

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So first of all, it is said that these rules they have some meaning just as the other words of the Quran have some meaning, however, we do not have any evidence to support that. Therefore, let's look at the second opinion.

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Secondly, they said that these halluf macatawa there are the hoof IJA there are the Arabic alphabet, because you say a leaf you say lamb you say mean

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just as you say a leaf you say bear you say that. So similarly, these letters are of the heart of PJ ear of the Arabic alphabet and they do not have a meaning. You cannot translate them. You cannot translate them. When you see the letter B, how do you translate it with when you see the letter leap? How do you translate that for but when you see Elif when you see lamb mean in this way? Do you translate this into something? You don't? So this is a second opinion. Thirdly, it has been said that these letters they have some meaning, they do have some meaning. And because we have not been informed of the exact meaning. Therefore, it is incorrect. to guess, to speculate to assume we leave

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these letters as they are, we believe them to be as a part of the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala did not tell us precisely as to what their meaning is. The Prophet said a lot of them did not tell us about what their meaning is. But do we believe in these letters? Of course we do. They are part of the poem nobody can deny that

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and reading these letters, is there any reward? Yes, there is. For every letter that a person recited the Quran, he gets 10 Awards 10 good deeds. And Alif Lam Meem is included in that.

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You know, the Hadees which has what are called Alif Lam, Meem health but elephant health. Elif is a health. Lamb is a health and mean is a health. So even when a person just says Alif Lam Meem he gets 30 good deeds, they are part of the Quran. They are part of the words of the Quran.

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Now you may wonder if they have a meaning, we don't know. Other say they don't have a meaning. How can there be something in the Quran that does not have a meaning? How is that possible?

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So, other scholars, they have said, and this has been understood and accepted as a strongest opinion

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that these letters the houve macatawa, yes, they do not have a literal meaning. However, they have a purpose. They have a purpose. They have no meaning, but they have a purpose. There is a reason why they are mentioned in the Quran in the way that they are mentioned. There is a reason behind that.

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For example, some have said that the purpose is to draw the attention of the listener, because Alif Lam Meem you see the mud on the land? How would you read it early for

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me, when you hear that automatically, you wonder what's going on? What has been said. So, the purpose is to attract the attention of the listeners.

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Secondly, it has also been said that the Arabs, they're being reminded that this urn is composed of their own letters of the letters that they're so aware of the words are the same as their words. And yet, they cannot produce anything that is like the

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the letters are the same. Any flat mean, you use these letters all the time? The words are the same, you use these words all the time. But can you produce a canal that is even similar to this book, for the crime of a loss? pantalla? No, you cannot. So in other words, the purpose of these letters, is to display the miraculous nature of the

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what's the purpose of mentioning these vectors in this way? What's the purpose, to express to display the miraculous nature of the Quran, this Quran is a miracle. You have the same letters, but you cannot bring anything close to this. You cannot make anything close to this, you cannot say anything close to this.

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We hear about so many famous poets who were known for their poetry. One of them when he heard Soto cosa, he never said any poetry after

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he accepted his defeat. After that, he said, that's it. My column is nothing compared to the column of a muscle.

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So these letters, they prove the miraculous nature of the Quran, that the Quran cannot be challenged.

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And if you notice, they're almost always followed by such verses that exalt the status of the

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many times that when they appear in the Quran, at the beginning of the source, what I have follows them. And I uh, that exhausts the status of the Quran.

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For example, over here, what do you read Alif Lam Meem their legal kita boo la vida fee. This is a book in which there is no doubt at all.

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So such letters, they're followed by the halluf macatawa they're followed by a verse that exalts the status of the Quran almost always not every time but almost always in the Quran.

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So Alif Lam mean, vertical kita. This is the book, low labor fee, in which there is no doubt that Lika vaniqa means that and the word velyka is called isn't a Shara in the Arabic language.

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When you hear isn't what comes to your mind. Now, when you hear a shadow, what comes to your mind to point a shadow to point to something? Okay? So, isn't a shadow velika isn't isn't a shadow, and it is used to point towards something to refer to something

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just as you have in English, that why you use the word that to point towards something, that book

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this book, those people, so, this is what isn't the shadow is and then again particular This is that isn't ishara which is very meaning it is used to point to something that is far just as you have that which is used to point to something that is far and you have this which is used to point to something that is near. So then we can kita boo that book. What does that mean? What does that indicate that it is pointing towards something that is far

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and this is understood in two ways. First of all, that literally that which is being pointed towards is actually far. And secondly, this word is used is made out of buried is used because you're pointing towards something that is very exalted in its status.

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It is very high in its status. It is very high.

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It status.

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So why is there like a USD value? Kalki taboo, that is the book

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by the way, the book refers to what? The Quran. So, why is velyka used?

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First of all, to express the greatness, the importance, the highest status of the Quran, because it is the column of the last panel, it is not an ordinary color, it is not an ordinary book,

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it is the word of Allah, it is exalted. Therefore, Vedic

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and from this we learn that the person who accepts this book, the person who carries this book, the person who learns this book, the person who applies this book, obviously, he is also going to be of a higher status in the sight of a loss.

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Just as you know, if there's a particular city or particular area in which the elite live, so, any person who lives there what does that mean that he is also of the elite right. Similarly, there is a particular club or a particular association or whatever and only the elite have, you know, membership of that particular club. So, if a person has a membership of that club, what does that mean? That he is also available.

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So, similarly, if this key tab is of exalted status, the Hamilton Quran, the Sahaba Quran, the one who carries this book, the Companion of the Quran, the one who recites the one who memorizes, the one who reads the one who learns the one who applies, he is also going to be off exalted status in the sight of Allah. What did we learn in the Hadith? The Cairo comb, Manta Allah for Anna.

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The best of you is who is who, the one who learns the Quran and teaches it.

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So first of all, vaniqa has been used to express the greatness of the status of the Quran.

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Secondly, it has also been said that replica has been used to point to the original

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not the Quran that is in front of you, but the original Quran and where is that in the lower levels and the low hammerfall is up in the seventh heaven. It is far. It's quite far. So there Lika is pointing towards the actual book, which is in the low hand muscles. Where do we learn that from from cervical barrage is number 21 and 22 where a lot of panel data says Bell who are called Luma g Don, Philo him miles. But this is an honored called an inscribed in a preserved tablet in a preserved slate, suitable which is 21 and 22.

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So that he can keep up that is the book, this exalted book, this glorious book, this great book,

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and asked for the word kita. keytab is from the root gaff there, but what does kitakami book right? And keytab is from gafta get and get means

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to collect together together. What does that mean? and jam Together Together to collect? So in a book, words, chapters, facts, information, stories, sometimes statistics, details, all of these are joined together, they are gathered together in one book,

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the information that is scattered, what's the purpose of a book? What's the purpose of a book put it together in one cover? Right. So, this is the meaning of data

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and kita gives the meaning of Mark to that which is written

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and catabolic to means to write to record. So keytab is that which is recorded that which is written. So then equal keytab. That is the book. What about this book?

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Allah tells us now labor fee.

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There is absolutely no doubt in it.

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What Islami not Ray? Doubt fee in it. What does it mean by Ray? Ray is from the root letters raw. Yeah, but Android means doubt. But there are many other words in the Arabic language that also mean doubt for example, the word shock. Many of you may have heard the word Check, check means doubt. But what kind of doubt is like it is that that ray is such a doubt that creates unrest in a person. What kind of a doubt is it? That creates unrest

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In a person,

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it makes a person unsettled.

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He is not satisfied anymore.

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So it is a state of being unsure. It is a state of being shaky. You know, sometimes you wonder, should I or should I not?

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Is it true or is it not? What happens?

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It continues to bother you until you actually find out what the reality is. Right? For example, sometimes you're not sure if a particular food has gone bad, and you smell it and you're like, Is it bad or is it not? Right? And it makes you so restless. And you go and ask other people, what do you think? Do you think this has gone bad? Do you think the system okay? It takes your piece away, doesn't it? It takes your piece away. So rape is dealt with creates unrest in a person, it makes him unsettled. It is a state of being shaky. It is a state of being unsure. It is said in Arabic, dar ma you Rebekah Illa man luxury book, leave that which puts you to doubt for that, which does not put

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you in doubt.

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So anything that makes you doubtful, leave it and take off that which does not make you doubtful.

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Living in the West, when you go buy food, what happens? There is a particular ingredient and you're not sure? Is it halal? Or is it not? You're not sure maybe what if

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then what should you do? there? Now you can leave that which puts you to doubt and take what take that which does not put you to the

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solo, Reba, this is the book, Larry but there is no doubt fee in it. And you see now Riva the way that this is structure, this conveys the meaning of there is absolutely no doubt. Any doubt, labor, no doubt at all. A lot or a little. Sometimes, when you're doubtful about something you're sure about 60% and you're unsure about 40%. Right? Allah tells us love a Buffy There is no doubt in it. In other words, everything in the Quran is factual. You should be 100% confident when you're reading the Quran. When you're listening to the Quran 100% confident. Don't be 5050 Don't be 6040 Don't be 95 five, be 100% Sure.

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Are you Buffy? There is no doubt in it. Now what does it mean by There is no doubt in the Quran.

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This has been understood in three ways. First of all, there is no doubt in the Quran. In the fact that this book has been sent by a loss panda.

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There is no doubt in the fact that this book has been sent by a loss panda. Lovely Buffy, no doubt at all. It has definitely been sent by a loss panda.

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Secondly, it also means that there is no doubt in the fact that the Quran constitutes the correct guidance for men.

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It has the correct guidance for the human beings. So when you're reading the Quran, when you're studying the Quran, and you come across the command, you come across a prohibition, you come across an instruction, be sure that this is best for me, this is best for us. Why? Why? Why shouldn't you doubt it? Because it is from Allah subhanaw taala and he knows us more and better than we know ourselves. So there is no doubt in it in the fact that what is in the Quran is indeed best for the human beings.

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Thirdly, there is no doubt in it, meaning in the fact that there is nothing incorrect in it. So everything in the Quran is absolutely correct. It is factual. Everything that is mentioned in the Quran is indeed a fact.

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You know, sometimes you reading a book and they've mentioned some statistics or something and you're like, I don't think I can accept that. I don't think I can believe that.

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But if it is something that is mentioned in the Quran, it is a fact. Be sure have that confidence. Be 100% sure, completely trust this book.

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Very colicky, terrible, lovely Buffy. So this is the book in which there is no doubt, no uncertainty. When you're reading it, you can be sure you can be confident. You can read it with peace of mind with peace of heart. That what you're reading is indeed true. Valley colicky terrible, lovely Buffy

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What about this Quran? Why was this poor unsent Why was this book sent? Allah tells us what does he say? What is the ayah

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Everybody read together who then lil Motoki it is a guide for who? For those who have

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who then it is a guidance, we have done the meaning of the word he died. What does it mean? To show the way to make the person walk on the way and to make them reach the destination as well? So if a person adheres to the Quran, this hold on will lead him to the destination what is the destination? the approval of Allah soprano

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who then live with the king. It is a guide for those who have the core routine or those people who have the core. What is the core? Have you heard of the word taqwa before?

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Love for las panatela fear of a loss panda.

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God consciousness being conscious of a loss Panda, being aware of Allah,

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consciousness of a loss of power data, which takes a person towards obedience, and keeps him away from sinning. being conscious of the fact that our laws are seeing us is watching us. Let's look at the literal meaning of the word

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dukkha or Motoki is from the root letters? Well, cough, yeah. Do you see? Well, you don't

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because of the whole Villa, well, path Yeah. The question well coffee.

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And we require, we require means to take protection,

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to take protection, to take a shield.

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When you take a shield, when do you protect yourself from what

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from something that is dangerous from something that is harmful?

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So taqwa is to take wickwire from the punishment of a loss of penalty,

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from the anger of a loss of friends,

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from the disapproval of a loss of

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what is the court to take require to take protection? from what? From the punishment of a loss of panel data? And how is that done?

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By doing what he has commanded? And abstaining, from what he has forbidden? This is what the

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the quote is to take protection, from what? against what? against the punishment of Allah? How will you do that? How will you be saved from the punishment of Allah? When you do that, which pleases Allah, and when you don't do that, which makes him upset?

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So what 13 are those who have Taqwa? Can you tell me? Is it important to ethical?

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Why?

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In order to seek in order to gain the approval of a last panel data, you have to obey Him, you have to stay away from that which upsets and you have to stay away from that which he has repeated.

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Over here, Allah says who then Lael motorogi

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Quran is a guide for who, for those who have Taqwa. So what does that mean? That only when a person has the what he will receive the guidance from the Quran.

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Only when a person has the core, he will receive the guidance from the Quran

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which means that if a person does not have the point, he will not necessarily benefit from the guidance that is in the Quran.

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You see, we take so much precaution in our lives isn't we won't go out in the heat will take care of our hair to such length, we'll take care of our skin, we'll take care of our house, and we'll protect our things will take insurance. We do so much to stay protected. So much. We go through so much effort, so much difficulty we spend so much of our wealth, our money, our time, in order to be protected. Why? To just have a good life,

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to have some benefits. But we should be concerned about the life that is eternal, the life that is in the hereafter.

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And we have to protect ourselves right now. How? By obeying a law and by abstaining from disobeying him

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or what have you caught up he has to obey about what the court is. And he replied, that have you ever taken a path between thorny bushes? Have you ever taken a path between thorny pushes? Have you ever tried to walk through thorny bushes? He replied, Yes. He said, What did you do?

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You tell me what would you do?

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If you're trying to walk through thorny bushes for trying to walk through a place where there are thorny bushes. What are you going to do?

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You're going to avoid the thorns and what else you're going to protect yourself or whatever will help offset that I gathered in my clothes. And I was careful.

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I gathered in

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My claws, and I was careful.

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You know, many times when we're wearing a hijab or an alibi or something, if we're walking through such a place, what are you going to do immediately you're going to gather it up together, and you're going to become careful as well. So beside that is

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that a person lives in a way that he is conscious of his surroundings, and he takes protection

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because the thorns they're like since they're like Satan's, they call us to disobedience to Allah subhanaw taala decoy is to protect yourself and don't get hurt by those times.

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So I'm also penalty tells us that the Orion is who the limit again it is a guide for those who have the code.

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But elsewhere in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala says that the Quran is Buddha leanness.

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It is a guide for mankind. It is a guide for all people. Is there a contradiction?

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Over here we read hudl mata pain a guide for those who have Taqwa at another place in the Quran, we read hudlin as a guide for all mankind.

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The Quran has been sent as a guide for everybody for all mankind.

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However, it is only the 15 who will benefit from the guidance. Why? Because they will take the message of the

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next day.

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So we see that in order to benefit from the guidance that is offered in the Quran, we have to have the four but what is the core? How does the last panel describe those people who have Taqwa in the following verses?

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Right?

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us that the Muto clean Who are they? And levena You mean una beliee those who believe in the unseen when you came on us Aleta and they establish the prayer

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when we model the economy and feel home and spend out of what We have provided for them.

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There are some new words over here. Let's look at them first.

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And Medina, you may know those people who believe you manana is from the root letters. Hamza meme noon. Have you heard of the term e man?

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It's from the same root. What does the man mean?

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Faith belief. So you may know they have faith, they believe in an EMA means do affirm something to accept something, basically, it has been said that a man is to acknowledge something to be true on the tongue. So to acknowledge the truthfulness of something at the tongue.

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The next level after that is to accept it as true in the heart. Okay.

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So for example, when a person says, Yes, I believe that Allah is the only one true God. For example, when a person says that he is making a statement, right? So he says something to be true, how about his dunk? And he doesn't have said, he believes the truthfulness of this statement in his heart as well.

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But this is not all what a man is about. There's a third level to him. And what is that?

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actions to prove the statement to be true how through one's actions.

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So when a person says, I believe in Allah, and in his heart, he tells himself that I believe in Allah, he has this firm belief. Then what do his actions show that he prays to a mosque?

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He fears a loss.

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So alladhina, Yamuna, those people who believe in so what does it mean by this that they believe in, they accept and they affirm the truthfulness of a lie of the ANC? And the DA Amina? Bill maybe

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for the word hype is from the root rain, yeah, bad.

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wine, yeah.

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And why it means the unseen, what does it mean the unseen, that which is hidden?

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Basically labels used for something that is hidden? Why is from the same route VA is one who is absent. So one who is absent one was not there. He's hidden from your eyes, you cannot see him

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because he's not there. He is elsewhere. The word Reba, what does leave me.

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backbiting that is also from the same route. Why? Because backbiting is done behind another person's back while he is absent. While he is not the

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Right.

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So, why is that which is hidden, that which is not visible to us. So, labor is technically all that is beyond and hidden from the human sight and census,

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what is laid

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all that is beyond and hidden from the human sight and census.

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We learned that a place in which people gather together and they remember our last panel data dimension, the last panel data, they read the book of Allah, what happens? What happens? The angels surround them, right? But can you see the angels at that time? No, you can't.

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So, why is that which is beyond and hidden from the human side and human senses.

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But in particular, right, like over here, it refers to all those things that we are supposed to believe in without even seeing them.

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What does that include?

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First of all, Allah subhanaw taala. We have not seen a lot of data but we are supposed to believe in him. What else? The angels What else? The Day of Judgment. What else? gender What else? Now hellfire.

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Jenner also hidden from us, we do not see them.

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So very refers to all those things that are hidden from us. We do not see them. But we are required to believe in them.

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If we don't believe in them, what happens. Our Eman is incomplete. It is unacceptable.

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So let's say a person says that okay, what's happening right now in my house? I do not see that is also right.

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linguistically it is. But technically it isn't. Because of a person who refuses to believe that there is somebody at his house right now because you know, he cannot see them. That doesn't mean that he's incompleted his fate. No.

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They literally is that which is unseen and hidden. But in the context, what does it refer to that which we are required to believe in? And if we don't believe in it, our Eman is incomplete. Our Eman is absent.

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And live also includes the books of the last panel. For example, we have to believe in the Torah, the interview, have you actually seen the original total? The original interview? No, you haven't.

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Did you see the tablets that were given to Busan? No, you didn't? Are you required to believe in them? Yes, of course. Even though you cannot see them? Yes, of course.

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Why? Because a lot of us. So in essence, labor refers to all those things that are hidden from us. But a loss of handle data has informed us often

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a loss of handle data has informed us of them. And we believe in them. Why? Because Allah told us about

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it also includes all the previous messengers. Did you see Masada Santa? No, you didn't. But are you supposed to believe in Him? Of course.

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So wave includes, first of all, a loss of panatela that includes the angels, the books,

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according to Eben Arbus, while they learn who it refers to why it refers to Revelation. According to others, it refers in particular to Quran. It includes the messengers. It includes gender now, even the decree the good and bad, the resurrection, and all else that the Quran and Sunnah tell us about which we have not seen, but we are required to believe in them. Why are we required to believe in them? Because if we believe in Allah, anything that Allah tells us, that's going to be true lel or Eva fee, there is no doubt in it. So whatever Allah is setting us, we believe in it

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is a very interesting story that we learn. I mentioned it to you about what wave includes

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Mr. Bin Mara. He said that the companions of Abdullah, they said to him that to Bella, you're so lucky. Congratulations. You're so lucky. jaha tomorrow Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. were jealous that

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you fought along with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam you participated in the wars that the prophets are allowed to send and participated in. And you sat in his company?

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For Karla so he replied, that in national Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can mo Benin Lima and

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam whoever would see him there.

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will know that he is a messenger that was quite obvious. What I can urge metallic, what is more amazing than that is Coleman yagoona kita van Oktober. What is more amazing are the people who will only find a book that is written, you may not want to be here they will believe in it. What am your own room, but they did not see him.

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They will believe in the Quran, but they have not seen the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So, in the people setting Oh, you're so lucky. You were with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam You are the companions of the Prophet sort of artisan and what did he say? Yes, that is good. Okay, fine. That was easy. What is more amazing is the fact that there will be people after us who have not seen the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but they will still believe in the Quran.

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And then he recited the ayah and Medina you know,

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those who believe in the unseen

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and Medina, you know, Nabila high up the future, the past is also invade. For example, if Allah subhanaw taala has told us that in the future, the day of judgment is going to come. We believe in about the past that he created Adam or the salon. We believe in that.

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Okay. What else do they do? Well, you came on a salad and they established the salah. They perfectly established us Allah. UK, Mona is from the root off well, me. So alladhina umino web why UK Mona salata and they established the prayer UK more as from the root of well meme from Alma Yakubu, which means literally to stand.

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The word pm is from the same root what is the M when you stand in prayer and recite the Quran? The MLA, why is it called pmla? Because you stand most of that Salah right and you recite the Quran

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so, call me a coma is to stand and you karma from which is the word up when a comma means to make something stands straight. What does it mean? To make something stand straight?

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To establish something property to establish something correctly?

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What does it mean?

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To establish something correctly and properly?

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When something rises when something stands when something is correct, when something is fully established?

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For example, it has said a comma soup. What is soup

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marketplace? So a comma soup is when the marketplace is fully established. What does he mean by that? What does he mean by that?

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There is a lot of hustle bustle people are coming in buying stuff. Lots of noise, food shopping, this that going on. This is a pharmacy and if you go to the same soak in the middle of the night, that same suitcase, the doors are closed

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and you read in the door while hours are such and such and when you go during the mall hours What do you see? There's so much going on. So this is what a comma is your comma to establish something to fully establish it

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and a comma to Salah what does that mean to establish the salah

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let's look at the meaning of the word Salah first and then we'll see what the comma to silence.

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So Allah linguistically literally it means there are prayer supplication what the sodomy, Dora prayer supplication.

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But over here it doesn't mean where you came on a sonata that they just made to our to Allah know,

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the law is only the linguistic meaning. What is the meaning of Salat in Sharia, in our religion?

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It refers to the specific words and the specific actions that are performed in a particular way.

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The specific words and actions that are performed in a particular way.

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Why is it called Salah?

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Why is it called Salah?

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Because we may grind it, isn't it? One of the first things we do is we read it Serato Fatiha and sort of Fatiha as a prayer in it in a Serato Mr. game.

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So when you click on a sonata, they establish the word Now you may wonder that the word select your singular the plural of so that the solloway isn't it? So why is the singular word used over here?

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Doesn't mean that they only pray one prayer, whichever one they like, whichever one they find convenient. Know the word for that. Yes, it is singular. But there's something known in Arabic which is called Islam gents. The generic word, isn't it

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and when and Islam is used, it is not

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is limited to the singular, it may also include plural.

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And if it is about those things which have a masculine and feminine It may also refer to masculine and feminine.

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For example, the word while it it is singular, generally it is used for just a boy. But while it can include boy girl one more, because it is his engines, similar is the word solid. So, by solid not one solid is meant you can win a solid they established their prayer, the act of praying the five daily prayers, the knuffle Salah as well their eternal as well the Juma Salah as well. So, what does it mean by establishing the prayer?

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When you think of establishing the prayer of karma to Salah What does it mean by that?

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That they pray consistently. They pray regularly.

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The five daily prayers, they pray them regularly. They don't just pray, okay, I pray three solos today. Enough, good enough. I only paid one last week. I'm praying three, it's so good. It is improvement but the karma to Allah means all five daily prayers, praying consistently praying regularly.

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What else does it mean by a form of dishonor?

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To have assured when you're praying for that, basically, in the prescribed manner,

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praying in the prescribed manner, what is the prescribed manner

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that a person prays with his widow that a person prays with the Qibla that a person prays according to Sunnah, that a person prays with her Sure, with fear of Allah with concentration, right. So secondly, Acoma de Sala includes in the prescribed manners as well.

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What else does it include?

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praying regularly, consistently, praying properly, what else?

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For men in particular praying in congregation, for men in particular praying in congregation.

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What else?

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encouraging others to establish the prayer as well. There is one more meaning.

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There is one very important thing very important.

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On time in the prescribed times, you cannot pray motive at the time of very sharp you cannot pray at the time of budget. You cannot pray fudger at the time of law, you cannot pray Lord at the time of budget know your karma to Salah means praying in the prescribed times as well.

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My question is, why is it important to establish the salah?

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So what if I miss out on just one or two or so what if I'm late on a few mean, what's the big deal? I pray

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it's one of the first things that the person is going to be questioned about on the Day of Judgment What else?

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Allah Subhana Allah has decreed this unbelievers that we have to pray in a particular way at specific times. What else for getting dukkha

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a person cannot have the core unless and until he establishes the prayer

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and is there a problem of a person does not have the heart? What is it? They cannot receive guidance from the Quran.

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So establishing the prayer is very important. Why? Because a person who does not establish prayer he cannot be called him with Taka. He does not have Taqwa. You see when you're conscious of Allah, when you fear Allah, when you've taken protection from the punishment of a lot, what will you do? You will ensure that you pray properly, you will ensure that you pray at the right time you will ensure that you pray regularly you will ensure that you pray in congregation Why?

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Because this is what you want me to say is this shows that a person is conscious of Allah, he does fear of loss penalty. And when he does that, he will be the recipient of the guidance that is offered through the Quran.

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So alladhina umina bill AB were you up Mona salata woman Marvels upon whom if you can and they spend out of what We have provided them.

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