Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 12 – L122B

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I was relying on your legitimacy layer over here.

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That's number 122. So let's use it number one to 18.

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So let's use IV is a murky soda. And it has 111 versus

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this surah it was revealed in prison. What is

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the year of grief?

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What does it mean by that?

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The year of grief was the 10th, year of prophethood, in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam suffered from two big losses, two very, very big losses. And what were those losses, that first of all, the death of his uncle, I will call it

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and it was a loss. Why? Because, first of all, he was a source of great support for the prophets that a lot.

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And he had been his guardian, his mentor, his guide from the very beginning. If you look at it, the prophets a lot a lot as I was with him. He was his guardian when he was young.

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He took the place of his father in a way he trained him, he got him married. And then he supported him when the prophets are allowed to send and receive Prophethood.

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But it was also very sad for the prophets that a lot of sudden because he had died as a mistake. He had not become Muslim. That was extremely sad for the profit sort of bonus.

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And secondly, the other great loss that he suffered in this year was the death of his beloved wife, meaning Khadija multilevel

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and that was also a great loss for him because she was not just a wife, but also a companion, a friend, a source of great comfort.

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And she had gone through him, with all of those difficulties supporting him being his aid being his comfort. And for him to lose both his uncle and wife was a great class.

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This is why the 10th year of prophethood is known as armor.

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And remember that I will tell you, it is said that he passed away six months after coming out of the confinement ad shared a bit on it.

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Remember the boycott, in which all of the Muslims, especially the clan of obatala, they were driven out of Makkah, and they had to take refuge in a gorge.

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And six months after that Abu Talib passed away.

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And it is said that three days after her digital, they learned her bastard and according to others, after a few months, how do you deal with data and who also passed away.

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And both of them were great supporters for the profits on eliassen. Therefore, their death was a great personal loss for him, because he was very, very attached to them.

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And the machine would not harm him sallallahu wasallam because of these two people,

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because I will tell him, he was a leader. He was a chief, he was someone very noble.

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And at the same time, Khadija De Leon, who also was very noble.

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So because of these two, the machine they would not persecute the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as much. But after their deaths, what happened? The machine, they openly declared their campaign of torture against him,

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which is why the Prophet sallallahu wasallam left Makkah and he went, where to apply if to find out if he could find some protection over there.

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But even over there, he was unwelcomed he was rejected, and he had to suffer a lot.

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So, the entire atmosphere you can imagine became very depressive, very sad, he would not find any support from anywhere. He was emotionally distressed, because of the loss that he had suffered. And at the same time, externally, he was facing a lot of persecution and rejection.

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So at this time, Allah subhanaw taala revealed sort of abusive

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because use of RSM also, his life was what he suffered a great personal loss when he was removed away from his father.

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And at the same time, he was being persecuted by who, his own brothers. They're the ones who drove him away. They're the ones who threw him into the world. They're the ones who wanted evil for him. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well was suffering torture at the hands of who, his very own tribesmen, his very own people who lived in Makkah with him, his neighbor, his uncle, they're the ones who were persecuting him.

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So in this era, is a great comfort for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and at the same time, a great

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lesson for who, for them wish the king of Morocco as well.

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There are two reasons that are mentioned behind the revelation of the solar.

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First of all, it is said that the machine of Mecca, they went to Medina, and they asked the hood, some questions. The prophet SAW the Lotus Adam had not yet migrated to Medina. But remember, the people of the book, they were considered as the people of knowledge.

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They were very well respected. So the machine they went to them, and asked them that tell us something that is in your book, and it is completely unknown to the Arabs tell us about something which is known only to you. It's not known to the Arabs at all. That Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam does not have any idea about, he cannot find out about it from anywhere.

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And we're going to ask him about that. And then we're going to know whether or not he's really a prophet.

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Because he cannot find out from a friend from other traditions from other people, he cannot find out.

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If he's really a prophet, then he would find out from revelation about that particular incident.

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So the hood, they said to the machine, that ask him about the story of usage and his brothers asked him about what the story of use of and his brothers if he tells you, then he is a prophet. And if he does not tell you, then that means he's not a prophet.

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So then, when she came, they went and asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about use of the Sunnah. And Allah subhanaw taala revealed the entire surah the entire story in its entirety.

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Because generally, what do we see that, for example, a part of the story of new la salon we learned it's a little out of another part of it we learned recently in solitude.

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and elsewhere in the Quran as well. So that no, we learn another part of it. But the story of use of art SLM is revealed completely in its entirety in this little Why?

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Because the machine they demanded, so Allah subhanaw taala showed to them, that yes, Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam is really a prophet.

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Secondly, it is also said that, in the present, the distress increased for the profits are allowed is that the persecution it increased for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And at the same time, it also increased for the Sahaba.

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It also increased with us habit and Michigan, they increase in their persecution against the Muslims.

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So there's a However, because they were facing so many hardships, so many difficulties, they went to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and said that why don't you tell us a story of the people of the past?

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dislike if you're going through a very difficult situation, what do you want to know? Something that's going to relax you

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something that's going to please use something that's going to take your mind off of what you're going through.

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So they went to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asking him that tell us about a story of the people of the past.

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But isn't it amazing? they asked about something that was true, something that could benefit them, something that could be relevant to them?

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What do we do Generally, if we're getting bored, if we're very tired, we generally switch the TV on.

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Or we go and watch a movie, or we go to the mall. And sometimes it is a complete waste of time, things that are irrelevant to us, things that are only going to increase in our sin. But look at the Sahaba they go to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and they asked him a story of the people are the best, so that we can learn something from it, so that we can benefit from it.

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So this is the reason as to why the solo was revealed.

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And this sort of so that use of is a very unique surah in the Quran. And it's unique in many different ways.

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First of all, it is very unique because, as I mentioned to you that the story of use of Islam is mentioned in its entirety. We learned about solitude. We also learned about Seurat, Yunus. So that Yunus is named after prophet Yunus and his center similarity sort of hood is named after prophet hood or his.

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But we learned that in both of these sources, it wasn't just the story of these two prophets that were mentioned. However, this surah is dedicated to the story of use of early cinema only,

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only his story.

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Secondly, it's also unique, because this is the only time that the story of use of Ernestina was mentioned in the it's not mentioned anywhere else.

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And it's also very eloquent, very eloquent in its word,

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So, inshallah we'll be learning about many new words in this letter, many new words,

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which in one way is very good, because it opens up your mind. It increases your vocabulary, you understand at another level in a much better way. But when it comes to tests, then it becomes a bit challenging. But look at it, in the sense that enjoy the words, enjoy the sentences enjoy the story, you're going a level higher in childhood,

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especially after the first term.

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Who is use of it Sam

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will write a lid on him. He narrated. That does have a they once asked the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. That jasola man, a common nurse, who is the most noble amongst the people, who is the most respectable amongst the people. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam replied, at reading the one who is the most God fearing amongst them.

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A person who is most fearful of Allah is the one who was most noble. As we learned, that in a colloquium in the law, he at Costco, the most noble amongst you is the one who is more fearing of Allah. So those are however, they said, This is not what we meant, we mean who is the most noble amongst people in another sense. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Okay, then the most noble amongst people is Yusuf adhesin.

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Because he is now viola, even when a viola, even Holly Lola,

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he is a prophet, son of a prophet of Allah, son of a prophet of Allah and son of who the friend of

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because use of our hair salon with us enough here Cooper, he said, I'm who is a prophet

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yaku bridezilla was the son of his healthcare hustler who was also a prophet, and is how insulin was the son of Abraham or Hassan, who was the friend of Allah Halima.

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Bismillah. R Rahman r Rahim. And if Lam la

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Nakata.

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tilaka tokita. These are the verses of the book, which book? What's the characteristic of this book? It is a movie, it is clear.

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The surah begins with Alif Lam raw?

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And these hurdles as we know there have no Katara and what do they show? The miraculous nature of the Quran

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that these are both you use them every single day. You hear them, you use them to form words, you use them to form sentences, to speak to express yourself to express your ideas. But can you produce something like the Quran? No, you cannot. And if lamb raw

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tilaka these are verses, Dinka is actually singular, feminine.

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But singular feminine is being used to point out do I add? Why because I add this gentleman mucosa which is why when we translated we will not say this our verses, how will we translated these verses, however, you know, the tilka itself is singular.

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So, these are verses and tilaka is isn't a shadow buried it is used to point to that which is far. So these verses meaning the verses that are revealed here, the verses of this surah the verses of the Quran, these verses and look tilka that are far, why are they far? Why is Islam a shadow buried being used to show the great status of these as

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as you know, that isn't Machado married is used for different reasons, and one of them is do show to demonstrate the high status of something to honor it.

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So these are verses of the book, meaning of the Quran, that is a movie that is clear.

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The word movie is from the room fetters bad yet no

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and Bane or ban gives us several meanings.

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First of all, it gives a meaning of distance. As you know that baina between same route via know that which is in between creates distance.

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Similarly, it is used for birth. What does that mean when something is far it's different from distance distances, however far or close, however short or long?

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But birds in particular is when something is very far

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away from

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Thirdly, vein also gives a meaning of that which is well, that which is clear that which is evident.

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Now, if you combine all of these meanings, distance, when something is far and when something is clear, if you look at it, what is clear? How do you look at something clearly, or when does it become clear to you,

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when it is separate from others, when there is a distance between it and others, then it becomes clear, when it becomes distinct and separate from the other and between which and the other is a distance, it is far in resemblance from the other, this is what band is when something is clear, it is distinct, it does not get mixed with the other, it can be seen separately, it is unique in itself,

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from the same root by noon is a word by him and by him is used for speech.

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What kind of speech that is very fussy, meaning very clear. It's very clear, it's very detailed, and it's also based on some evidence. So, for safe speech is that in which there is clarity, there is detail, and it's also based on some evidence from the same root is a word by Hina and what is by no mean

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a clear evidence. So, what this movie means the movie is understood in several ways. First of all, it is understood as that which is clear in itself. What is meaning that which is clear in itself. It is evident, it is manifest, there is no confusion about it. You open it up, you see it, you can understand it. It's not confusing, it's not a riddle. It's not a puzzle, simple, plain, easy to understand, clear.

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Secondly, moonbeam is also that which clarifies the other, what does it mean? That which clarifies the other? It helps you understand other things? How is it different from the first meeting? The first is that it is clear in itself.

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Secondly, it helps clarify others, it helps you understand other things.

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And thirdly mubin is also understood as that which is based on some evidence It is supported by some evidence by some delille by some her Java some beginner.

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So the en el keytab is described as a movie it is clear. How is the Quran clear? Let's keep all of these three meanings in mind of the word movie.

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That first of all, it is clear in that everything that is stated in this book is in detail. It is free from confusion. It is understandable. It is distinct. Everything that is mentioned in this book is distinct. It is not confusing. It's clear. It's evident in itself. And how is it evident because it is in the Arabic language.

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Because of the way that our last panel data has arranged the Quran, the Solas the I add the words, the structures, etc.

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And also it is clear because this is whose speech it's the speech of Allah soprano.

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It's not based on human thought, on human imagination, on human discovery, but it is the speech of Allah and Allah, He is highly motivated, he was Shahada. He is the one who knows about everything and nothing at all is hidden from him.

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So he has clarified the Quran, he has made it clear. And if it was the speech of any other person, any other creature, any other being, then the Quran would not be clear.

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As we learned in the Quran, that have they not reflected upon the Quran, and if it was from someone other than Allah, they would have found in the Quran, many,

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many contradictions, isn't it?

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But the fact that the Quran is from Allah, what does it mean it is clear in itself

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because this is based on the knowledge of Allah. So how is it clear? Because first of all, it isn't the Arabic language and secondly, it is from Allah soprano.

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And the question is what is clear in this corner? If you look at it, the Halo is made clear from that which is how long

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what is right is made clear from that which

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is wrong.

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Secondly, Alcatel mubin. What does it mean? That which clarifies? So this quote on it clarifies? What does it mean by this? If you look at it, each and every single person, each and every single person, he has his own opinions, he has his own thoughts. And each person differs from the other when it comes to making choices.

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When it comes to saying what is good and what is bad.

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Like, for example, if you go with your sister to buy clothes, it's possible that you like a particular shirt. And she says no way. How can you ever wear this? It's impossible, you cannot even wear this. So each and every person differs when it comes to choices.

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And if this matter was left to human beings, that they decide what good is and what evil is, what right is and what wrong is, then people would never ever come to a conclusion.

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Because even today, what do people say? Everything is good. Everything is right. Don't say anything is wrong. Don't say anyone is bad. Everything is okay, as long as you can argue it out, isn't it?

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That's what people take.

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But should things be left like this? Shouldn't we know what right behavior is? And what wrong behavior is? What is it that's going to lead us to success? And what is it that's going to lead us to failure? Shouldn't this be established? Now who decides that a lot besides that,

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because Allah is the one who has created us.

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So this called iron is mu being because it clarifies what truth is, what falsehood is? What good is what bad is what right is what wrong is. A law tells us this Quran tells us and no one else can tell us about this.

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Because if you ask people, they will differ. If you ask people, they base it on their desires, on their biases, but Allah subhanaw taala his knowledge is complete.

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And thirdly, untreatable mobian, what does it mean? The kita that is based on evidence, it is unique, it is based on evidence.

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Every statement that is in the Quran, it is authentic, it is factually correct. There is no error in the Quran. When it comes to narratives, when it comes to history, when it comes to sciences, when it comes to the signs that are mentioned in the Quran, all of them are factual, all of them are authentic, there is nothing that is incorrect in the Quran. Why is this said right at the beginning of the sort of,

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because the story of use of earnest and I was going to be mentioned.

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And generally when you're hearing a story, especially if it's of the past, what do you think? What do you think? Perhaps they missed out on a detail? Perhaps they don't have the facts, right? But what is Allah tell us that this is the correct account. This is the real event that happened. This is the real story. You may hear of other versions, but what Allah is telling you is based on his knowledge, so these ayah that you're about to read, they're of the book that is being that is clear.

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In Angela, who indeed we have revealed it, meaning a loss of panel data has revealed his Koran. And he has revealed this Quran as what,

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as an out of vision as an Arabic Quran, we have revealed it as an Arabic Quran.

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So this hold on is moving because first of all, Allah has revealed it. It's not the word of a human being

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other speeches, ideologies, concepts are abou people. They are the production of who people's minds, but this is the speech of Allah and this is why it is clear and expressive, that in Enza, no.

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And secondly, it is movie and because it is for an Albanian, it is an Arabic Quran, the word Koran. We learned about the meaning of Quran earlier on in the course. And as I mentioned to you the honors from the real platters of raw Hamza, and there are other opinions as well that is from the roof address bar for noon. And others say that there is no root for it.

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If you just keep the meaning limited to the first opinion that is from the new Federal officer Hamza, for now, that our own what is for me, to gather together to connect said as head of guru or

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literally means to gather together. So the Quran is called Quran. Why? Because in it, the halluf are collected. The words are connected sentences, chapters I add, all of them are collected together. If you look at it at the beginning we learned a live raw, but you don't read the Quran later. You don't read it as a leaf lamb raw lamb calf, no, you join the words you connect the words, you connect them and you read them together, joining them all.

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Secondly, are to join together. First of all, the Quran is called Quran because haruf are gathered together. Secondly, it is called Quran. Why? Because all of the main messages and themes that were given in the previous scriptures, they are joined together where they are collected, where

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in the

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all of the major important themes, commands that were given in the previous scriptures. They're all gathered together in the Quran.

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Thirdly, it is also called Quran because all of the major fields of study all of the major sciences of this world, some way or the other, you find them mentioned in the Quran, somewhere or the other, you find them rooted in the,

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to the Quran, it gathers in itself, all of the different various fields of study. If you look at it, from biology, do environmental science, do health, hygiene, what else? Business Management, personal growth, what else? leadership, law, governance, ethics, business. All of these things are mentioned in the Quran, astronomy, science, history, so much analysis. So much is mentioned in the Quran. So all of the various fields of study, you find them gather together in the Quran.

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And it's also called on because all that is necessary for the human beings to know everything that is important for the human beings to know for their success for their salvation, where do you find it gathered together? in the

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in the Quran, you find it, which is why one of the predecessors of the past he said that if you wish to learn knowledge, if you wish to gain knowledge, then study the Quran.

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Because in the Quran, you will find everything, it will answer all your questions. It will open up your mind. It will really give you knowledge.

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Then it's also said that the word called iron is from the word good Ah, same Roof Call for Hamza but the word pillar. And what is the army recitation. So the Quran is called Koran Why? Because it is supposed to be recited. The objective is one that we recite the Hold on, not that we keep it in our bookshelf. Not that we only memorize the word to Word, and we read the translation. No, or that we just study that we theory know, the objective of sending this Koran is that we recite it. The Quran is supposed to be recited when, in the Salah, outside of Salah early morning, in the hours of the night, during the day. This is the objective of the Quran.

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Because you see, hold on literally means the recitation recital and the recitation recital. What is this a Muslim? It's a main now.

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And what's the objective of calling something by the main now, to show that this action is very important, or this action is done repeatedly, it must be done again and again.

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Like for example, if you say about someone that she's a pain, what does it mean by that? That she causes a lot of pain? It doesn't mean that she herself has been, what does it mean? She causes a lot of pain repeatedly over and over again to everyone. So I'm put on this call Hold on, what does it mean?

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It is supposed to be recited and read over and over again. Not just once, not just twice, not just in the word tour, but it is supposed to be read. Not just in third read class, not just a little bit inside, but it's supposed to be read again and again throughout life. This is what admits.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says that we have revealed the Quran, in what language our vision in the Arabic language.

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Some language had to be chosen isn't a tool to communicate the Quran to human beings.

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But Allah selected the Arabic language and there must be a reason behind that.

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It could have been some other language that was existed at that time. Perhaps at a later stage, it could have been Latin, it could have been some other language but Allah selected which language, the Arabic language. Why?

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Because the word alharbi comes from the veterans I have a BA.

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And our ob literally means the one who is fussy. The one who is very expressive, very clear, very eloquent. This is what the word lb literally means. And it's the opposite of our job. Our ob is an Arabic person, a person who speaks the Arabic language.

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And our Jimmy is a foreigner, one who does not speak Arabic or non Arabic.

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And literally it means a person who is dumb, a person who is unable to speak a person who is unable to express himself verbally,

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it is said our FC meaning he expressed himself very clearly and very eloquently. Our other NFC he expressed himself very clearly very eloquently. So the Arabic language, if a person uses the Arabic language, he expresses himself in a way that you will not be able to express yourself using any other language. If you convey the same message in some other language, you will not be able to conveyed in the same clarity in the same eloquence in the same expression.

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But if you use the Arabic language, it will be most clear, most eloquent. This is why Allah subhana wa tada chose the Arabic language.

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Like for example, if you look at it, all other languages, or for example, the language that we know, all of us for example, English,

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we use a lot of prepositions, of and with, etc, etc. But if you look at it in the Arabic language, most of these are understood by what by the Arab, isn't it so you don't have to put another letter you don't have to put in you don't have to put extra words in the middle. So in the most few words, you can express yourself most beautifully, was clearly in the Arabic language. This is why Allah subhanaw taala selected the Arabic language.

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So in the Lamb of Quran and Albion We have revealed it as an Arabic Quran. What does this show to us that are on the actual Quran? Is the Arabic Quran?

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The translation is not the Quran, the translation is not the Quran, what is the Quran, it's the actual Arabic

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This is why the hold on must be understood in its original language. In Arabic, you cannot understand from the translation, you cannot put the translation in the front and then explain that translation No, it will not do justice. The actual Quran is in Arabic. This is why our emphasis over here and discourses on the word to Word and the root letters on the singular and the plural on the analysis of the words. Because if you don't understand that, then you will not understand the Quran itself. So we have chosen the Arabic language we have revealed it as an Arabic Quran

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from Turkey alone, so that you can understand

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meaning if any other language was used, you would not be able to understand

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because the first people to whom the Quran was given were Who? The Arabs

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and if the Quran wasn't any other language they would not be able to understand.

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And secondly, Allah chose the Arabic language because it expresses in a way that you better understand things. You better understand things. Now, you might say but I don't speak Arabic. I find it so difficult. But tell me once you understand the text in Arabic, doesn't it make much more sense to you? Isn't it more beautiful? Doesn't it contain more meaning? Isn't it more effective?

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Just imagine praying the soldier without reciting the Quran saying the translation would it mean the same thing? No. Just imagine making a DA for example, Muslim Dora the meaning of which you understand in Arabic and saying the same thing in English? Is it the same? Not at all? Not at all the same?

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So now I'm knocking turkey noon.

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And turkey notice from the newsletters I am cauliflower

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of color.

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And what does it mean literally to die?

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Something like for example, that Hades era. what are called when that man he came without tying his camel. What was he told? Eric, I'll go and tie your camel first. So our collar literally means to tie to connect. And from this awkward is also used for intellect, reason, comprehension.

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Because when a person understands something, what is he doing in reality? He's connecting the dots together. He's making connections. The meaning is tied in the heart and the mind. It stays over there.

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