Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 05 – L060F

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An-Nisa 71-85 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 81-82

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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I'm going to ship it

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over here.

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Lesson number 60 Surah Nisa number 81.

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Way okolona bar tune, and they say we pledge obedience.

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In these ayat, we learned about the importance of obeying the command of the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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and obeying the commander, a lot of panels out as well.

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And we learnt that,

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in matters of differences in disputes, who should the dispute be taken to for solution,

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Allah and His messenger.

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And we learned that the hypocrites at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they were the ones who would not take their disputes to the profits are allowed as an unfair solution. Instead, they would take their matters to vote. Why? Because the decision that power would would make was the one that they preferred the one that they liked.

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Similarly, they would also come to the profits or other settlements say that, yes, we're very obedient. So they would say a word of obedience to Him in His presence. But otherwise, they will do whatever they wanted to. So in other words, they were too faced.

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When they were with the Muslims, they will pretend to be very righteous, very obedient. But when they were alone, when they were with some other people, they would go contrary to the teachings of Allah and His messenger. We learned earlier that the sila Hina, who who is the

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one who's private, and public affairs are both funny, meaning he's not just solely in his public image, but he is solid also in his personal life.

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But then when I feel the hypocrite is someone who is contrary to this, he's not solid, he shows a fairly appearance of himself. But on the other hand, in his personal affairs, he's not at all. So here, this contradiction is being presented that way. akuna Parton, and they say far, meaning when they come to your profits, but all of a sudden, they say from their mouths, Barton, what does that mean about our meaning? And whenever our affair is Athar, meaning we pledge obedience to you, our affair is all about obedience to you, meaning we're always going to obey you, whatever you say, we're going to obey you. And why did they say this?

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Because it's a habit, what would they say Sameer? Noah Aparna someone author. So, similarly, the hypocrites they would use their words. So, when they would come to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam customarily they would say Barton for either so, when borrows women or Indic they appeared from near you,

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the word bozhou is from the root letters Bella z. And we have done this word earlier as well. And it literally means to come into view.

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And from this, it is used for departing, because when a person departs when a person leaves from somewhere, then he comes into you dislike for example, if you're in the house, your hidden once you leave the house and you come into view, so far, either about assuming or indeed meaning when they depart, when they leave from your presence from your gathering from near you, then what do these people do? Do they still obey you know, by yet or if I do mean home, play run lead into

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a group from among them. Not all of them, but a group from among them? What do they do? They plot, they plot and plan and they go contrary to virality? The whole they go contrary to what you have said to them, meaning they disobey you.

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The word beta is from the root letter is bad yet. It's from the word bait. What does bait me

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house and beta literally means to spend the night where do you spend the night at your house the whole day you may be out. But eventually you come to your house to spend the night over there to sleep in your own bed.

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So beta is literally to spend the night doing something. And from this the word Byetta especially is used for plotting and planning.

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It's used for secret meetings. Why? Because such meetings such plotting such planning is generally done when during the night, why during the night

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because other people don't know what's going on. Other people cannot see you. You're hidden from the people.

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So a group of them what do they do? They spend the night plotting and planning as to what to do

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as to what to do, and this, what they decide what to do is laid on the whole, it is contrary it is other than what you had said.

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Now, what does it mean by Taku Taku has been understood in two ways.

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First of all, that at the beginning, it indicates you the coup, you say, meaning they decide to do that, which is contrary to what you had said, which is contrary to what you had commanded.

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So, in your presence, they say, we will obey you. But when they leave from your presence, they decide to do that which is contrary to what you had commanded them to do.

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Secondly, the only this that has been understood is that of oneness, giving the meaning of Sheen, or it and then the Hulu, who does it I refer to the thought effect,

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meaning they decide to do they plan to do contrary to what they had said.

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What had they said, What have they said?

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Barton, they said obedience, but when they decide as to what they're going to do, it is contrary to what they had said earlier. So, basically, they say one thing, and then they do something contrary to that, later ladies,

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one lovely act a woman up to win and Allah is writing, he is recording, whatever they are plotting about, meaning whatever they decide to do, whatever they plan to do, whether it is plans to harm the Muslims, whether it is backbiting about the Muslims, Allah subhanaw taala is writing everything will not react to will make a U turn. What does he mean by this he equitable, he writes, he's recording.

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First of all, this is understood as that he orders it's recording, where

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where are the deeds of every person recorded in his record.

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So along react to meaning everything that they're plotting and planning, although it may be hidden from you, it may be going on in the darkness of the night, in a very private place. However, every single thing is being recorded. It is being written, and on the Day of Judgment, it is going to be in evidence against them.

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Secondly, an asset that will not react to yet to who is understood as Allah is writing it in his kita.

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Meaning Allah is revealing a loss of panatela is revealing about what they do in his book, which book

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The

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now imagine, they do these things, behind people in private, in the darkness of the night. This is how the disobey the prophets are about a sudden, but how does Allah expose them?

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that it's not just the people of that time who come to know about what they did.

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But it's people until the day of judgment. Why? Because Allah Subhana, Allah has recorded it in his book, in his in his keytab.

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And this is utter humiliation for someone that his sins are publicized, and he is humiliated before people. So a lot we equitable made up to for our own home, so turn away from them.

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What does it mean by this? Ignore them, don't bother to encounter them to shelter them, to punish them? No, don't bother about exposing them no alasa panel that is going to take care of them. You don't waste your time with these people for our divine home.

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What are the law and trust upon Allah subhanaw taala he is enough for you. Because when a person finds out that there are some people who come and say, yes, yes, we're with you were your friends. But when they go away from you, they plan against you. They do things to hurt you. They do things to harm you. What should you do?

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What should you do trust upon Allah subhanaw taala

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I know that I'm right. So therefore, a loss of Pendleton is going to protect me. A loss of penalty is going to preserve me. And I should not waste my time dealing with these people for out of Arnhem, what are called Allah wa kafa biLlahi Akina and Allah is sufficient as a worker who is working a caretaker,

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someone who is an authorized agent, meaning you appoint them as a guardian.

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And you give all the authority to them, you interest all of the matters to them. So unlike sufficient as a rookie, if you have a loss of panatela, as you're in charge, as your caretaker as your trustee as your guardian, can anyone harm you, nobody can harm you.

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So what do we learn from this is

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that it is of hypocrisy that a person has double faced.

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He shows one face to someone and he is completely different from that.

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It is also hypocrisy that a person says that he's going to do something, and he doesn't do it.

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He doesn't do it, or he goes against what he has said, he breaks his promises. And all of you know about the Hadees, that the hypocrite when he makes a promise, he breaks it. So this is a sign of hypocrisy.

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We also learn from this ayah that the statement of the prophets of Allah certain carries the same weight as the statement of Allah, in the sense that when it comes to obeying His command, then it's the same as being a loss of penalty.

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Where do we learn this from?

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Barton? First of all, they say part one, why? Because obeying the profit side of Arsenal is mandatory, just as obeying a loss of penalty data is mandatory.

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Similarly, we learned this point from where that laid on the data cool. It is an obligation to obey the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. To follow his command to follow his statement, if he has commanded something, we are required to follow it. And if he has forbidden something, we are required to stay away from it.

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So the statement of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the command or the prohibition carries the same weight as that of almost printed. Because when a person disobeys a proper title, notice what is it like disobeying the law, as we learned in the previous ayah.

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We also don't from this ayah, that those people who deceive

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those people who deceive what should you do, don't waste your time with

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Don't waste your time with them. Don't waste your energy with them.

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Because it's possible that you catch them. You argue with them. You talk to them, you discuss the matter with them.

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But then what are they going to do? You can't trust them at all. You're such a person trustworthy? He's not? Because he's saying yes, yes, I will not do this again. Yes, yes, I will always listen to you. But then he goes against his words. So is it really worth spending your time arguing with him? It's not

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the best thing to do is just turn away from such people and what should you do?

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Trust upon Allah soprano. So we learn from this is also about the obligation of reliance on Allah soprano director, what can Allah

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in what sense that if a person wants some benefit, who should you rely upon Allah subhanaw taala.

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And if a person wants to be saved from some harm, then who should you trust upon? Allah soprano.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, if a person says every day in the morning, and every night in the evening, Bismillah, Hitler, deniable, rumors me show you and we'll have the whatever summer well, who was Sameer and Arlene, three times, then nothing is going to harm him.

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You say the statement three times in the morning, and in the evening, what's going to happen?

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Nothing is going to harm you. So yes, people may be plotting people may be planning people may be showing one face to you and doing something completely different. And you may feel very vulnerable, you may feel very at risk. But trust upon our last panel data and say this with confidence, that this may lay lady by the name of Allah, under the label, Mr. Smee, che on fill of the will emphasize that by his name, nothing at all is going to army, neither in the earth, nor in the sky, nothing from the sky or the earth can harm me.

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What was Samir learning and Allah is hearing. And he is knowing I knew the wakulla Allah, nothing can harm me at all. We also learned that a person should keep doing what he's doing, and trust upon the loss of hands on because sometimes, when we, when we face this kind of opposition from people in direct opposition, indirect hostility, then what happens will become doubtful that you don't really do what I'm supposed to do.

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Today, like, for example, one person comes and says to you, since you've joined the course alone, you know, it's good thing. You're studying the Quran.

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It's a good thing that you've committed. And then they say negative things to your family. That since you started going there, she doesn't do this. She doesn't come here. She doesn't talk to me. It's possible that people do this to you. What should you do?

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Be doubtful about what you're doing? No. continue to do what you're doing. Don't stop what you're doing this is why am I saying? I'm home? What hour? Can I turn away from these people? Don't bother to have any conflict with them, and trust upon a loss Panda and continue to do what you're doing.

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Fly the balloon and

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then do they're not reflective on the

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fly. This is an invitation. It's an encouragement. And at the same time, this is also an approach that ephemera that the Buddha called Why don't they reflect upon the Quran they should reflect upon the Quran. It's an encouragement. It's an invitation

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Reflect on the Quran. And at the same time this is also an approach that why don't you? I mean, why was the Quran sent just so that you read desert that you memorize no

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FMA that the Varun Quran the Quran has been sent for your guidance? And how will you obtain guidance from the Quran

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by reflecting on the Quran

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by reflecting on the verses of the Quran,

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because you see, every individual, every person, he faces problems in his life. Sometimes these problems are from other people. Sometimes it's from the situation that a person is in where do you take the guidance from? From the Quran? And for that you need to reflect on the

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so don't you want solutions? Don't you want solutions? Don't you want help? Don't you want guidance, reflect on the whole an SLA that the baronial Quran

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and the word yet a balloon is from the root letters, then there are double,

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then the double. What does that mean? It means to reflect that albero double double is actually the back the backside of something, the rear of something, imagine, if you have something you start from the front, and you will reach the back. So the back is almost like the end of something in

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the back is also like the end of something, you enter the room from one door, and you walk all the way to the back of the room, the back of the room is the end of the room.

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So the book is to reflect on the consequences of the end result of something

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that you think about, okay, if I do this, then what's going to happen

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and then reflecting upon the consequences, the end result, accordingly you make a plan. If I want to get this result, then I have to do this, this this, this is going to be my plan.

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So for example, in the Quran, over here, and this is we learned about obedience to align the messenger and doodle. And on the other hand, disobedience to align the messenger and

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so what do you want? What end result? Do you want? reward the company of the righteous in the Hereafter, then what's your plan? What does the Quran teach you? That will make you clear a letter what were sold for una ecoman levena anomala already?

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So what do we learn what is that about? It is to reflect on the consequences, the end of something, and then accordingly you make a plan.

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Accordingly, you take guidance from it. And the Quran teaches us about the end result of different different types of actions. If you obey, this is the result if you disobey This is the result. If you sin, this is what's going to happen.

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So this is why reflection on the Quran is necessary. If you want guidance, this is where you take guidance from so FMLA that the burden of Quran do not reflect on the Quran. When ocana men are in the lady lady, and if it was from other than Allah, meaning if the Quran was from any other besides Allah, meaning if somebody else had spoken, this port is sensitive they had made up this forum, if they had authored the Quran, then what would happen?

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Allah says lohja do surely they would have found fi in it. If the left hand contains a lot of difference, a lot of contradiction.

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They would have found in the Quran a lot of contradictions, when if the stuff on was from other than Allah.

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So the fact that there are no contradictions in the Quran, what does that prove?

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That it is definitely from a muscle?

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Because if you think of it, the whole idea was revealed over how long

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23 years. Now, any person, any person who starts doing something, you will see that after five years, they have a different approach. Correct? They have a different opinion. What do they say that have become more wise, I have become more mellow. So people change over time.

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Correct. People change over time. However, we see that the message of the Quran from the first day to the last day was consistent, it was the same.

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There are no differences.

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And if the love over here has been understood in three ways, first of all, contradiction.

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That one part of the Quran says something else and the other parts to put onto something completely different.

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You understand contradiction that in one part of the Quran one fact is mentioned and in another part of the Quran.

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effect that is contrary to that, as mentioned, a statement that is contrary to that is mentioned.

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Secondly, if the left is understood as irregularity in arrangement in the sign of the

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irregularity in the style of the Quran. Now, if you notice the Mk II, so how are they short?

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The Iet are also very short. And the style is also very eloquent. It's very powerful, isn't it?

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And you see the Medusa, what are they like? Long if the style is still powerful, the style is still powerful.

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And we see that sometimes this is considered as a discrepancy This is considered as irregularity that in one part of the book is different in the other part of the book is different. But still we see that both the short ad and the long is the murky sewer, as well as the muddy. So, both are eloquent, different styles of speech, but still both are very eloquent.

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So, even in this matter, there are no contradictions, there is no irregularity.

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And third leader said that if the left over here first lies, statements that are contradicting reality.

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So while they reflect on the Quran, the Quran is full of help every single word of the Quran, it teaches us something that is beneficial.

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There is absolutely no afterlife in the Quran. And if it was from other than Allah subhana wa Tada, they would have found a lot of if they laugh in it. So if there is no if they laugh in the Quran, this is the book of guidance for you. So reflect on the Quran and take a lesson for yourself.

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What do we learn from the site?

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First of all, there is encouragement to do to the book. And

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there is encouragement to reflect upon the Quran. How? Because Allah says fly, and FLR is encouragement. And at the same time it is also reproach reproach for who, for those who don't reflect on the Quran. So we also see that those who don't reflect on the Quran, they are being reproached. This is something that our last panel data dislikes

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that don't just read the verses, don't just memorize them. Yes, that's very important that is also a source of great reward. But the main purpose of sending the Quran was what?

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guidance?

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How can you obtain guidance from the Quran by reflecting on the Quran, so give the right of the,

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give the right of the Quran, reflect on the Quran.

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We also learn from this ayah that the purpose of the double colon is to take guidance. The purpose of the double on the Quran is what?

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To take guidance.

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Not just to exercise your mind,

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not just to grow in your knowledge of facts and information, know, what's the purpose,

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guidance, do know definer as to what you should do,

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to be narrated, probably learn

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that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, rejoice,

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be happy.

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Why, For verily, this whole an one part of it is in the hands of Allah. And the other part is in your hand. It's a direct connection that you have with the loss of pregnant on this on

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this call and therefore hold on to it for you will never be destroyed. Nor will you ever go astray after

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you will never be destroyed and you will never go astray after it after what

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if you hold on to the Quran, this is how Blue Lion Mateen This is the rope of Allah that is very strong. So if you want guidance, hold on to the Quran.

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And holding on to the Quran doesn't just mean reading it doesn't just mean memorizing it, but rather it means reflecting on it.

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We also learned from this ayah that those people who don't reflect on the Quran are worthy of being reproached.

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So if somebody does not reflect on the Quran, it is okay to reproach them.

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Why

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fly the balloon?

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So just as sometimes we tell off our children if they're not reciting the Quran. Similarly, we should also encourage them to reflect on the Quran to not just go and read the Quran but also go and try to understand the meaning of the Quran because that is essential.

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Over your loss of panatela is reproaching people. Likewise Allah Subhana Allah says a fella who Quran Allah Kuru

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aka Fallujah. What's wrong with these people? Why don't they reflect in the Quran? Do they have locks upon their hearts that are stopping them from reflection?

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You know, sometimes if you think of it, children within the children are too young to understand the Quran to try to know the meaning of the Quran, but they can know the names, which we cannot even pronounce.

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Of these games whose characters are completely fictional, they don't even exist. They will have cards and cards and cards, and they will tell you little details about every single character.

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And they cannot remember the names of the solar panel.

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How is it possible?

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If they have so much, if they have so much intellect, that they can become experts of a game?

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Then why should their intellect not be used to understand the

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why? Why do we think they're too young? Why do we think that they're incapable? Why don't we try to teach them as well?

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If they can do that, they can also do this.

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We also learn from this idea that the evidence that the Quran is from Allah subhanaw taala is that there are no discrepancies in the

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the evidence that this course is from Allah is that there are absolutely no discrepancies in the Quran. Now person might say that no, no, there are contradictions, as some people do say, Have you heard?

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What is the reason for that?

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Apparently, you may find is that contradict each other, apparently.

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But there aren't actually contradictions. In reality, they're not contradictions.

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It is a problem, either in your knowledge, that you have learned only one part. And you have ignored the other part because parts of the Quran explain other parts.

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So, first of all, it is a lack of your knowledge, which is why you find discrepancies and contradictions, you haven't read the whole Quran.

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Secondly, there is a problem in your understanding,

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there is a problem in your understanding,

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maybe you have not understood it properly, maybe you have not comprehended it properly. For example, today inshallah we learned about the ayah

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inshallah, we have time,

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that if a person kills, then the punishment is such and such, an earlier we read, the punishment was false. What is the sauce, you kill the person.

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And over here, we learned that the punishment is that the person has to give the DIA he has to pay the blood money, and he has to free the slave. A person might say, look, one part of the Quran says kill the killer. Another part of the Quran says the killer should give the deer and he should free a slave. Now, this is contradiction. This is not contradiction, you're not understanding the account properly. One herckel is for one situation, and the other hokum is for another situation.

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So either it is a lack of your knowledge, or it is a lack of your understanding, or there's a problem with the knee of the person

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that he's not reading, to understand and take a lesson. But rather, he's reading why, to find contradictions.

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And many times people do this, and where do they find the contradictions from when they rely only on the translations

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when they rely only on the translations when they don't look at the Arabic because the Quran is actually our ob. So if you read the auto vehicle and the actual Quran the original color, and if you look at all of those Ayah then there are no contradictions there are no discrepancies. We learnt earlier and earlier and one that for me Latina few Kuru becomes a Johan those people in whose hearts as a deviation they're the ones who follow mothership I mean, who

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those is that resemble a person might find some contradiction in it apparently.

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So, to summarize, the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala has entered for our guidance. And therefore, we must not just read it, but we must also reflect upon it to gain guidance from this book. And a person should be certain that every single statement that Allah subhanaw taala has said in the Quran is correct. Why?

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Because it is from Allah.

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And because it is correct, certainly it is beneficial for me. So I should not have any doubt. And what's the evidence that it's from Allah? There are no contradictions in the Quran there are no discrepancies in the Quran at all.

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That's it.