Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 15 – L148C

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of reciting the Prophet's statement is discussed, along with the use of stool or tables to help with productivity. The importance of eye contact during recitation is also emphasized, and the use of a stool or table can help avoid distraction. The speakers emphasize the importance of providing support and authority to achieve success in every situation, including the use of the Quran for preparing for a new child and the importance of focusing on words and actions to alleviate anxiety and suffering.
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Are the below him in a shade long over Jean Bismillah over him

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lesson number 148 SoTL Islam and number 78 and 93 just a few things before we continue I'd like to mention about is 78 and 79

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okay Miss Philately do Luca shamcey either wasapi ln vocal an alpha God in Nakuru, an alpha jury kana Masuda. In this ayah we learn about the timings of salah and we also learn something special about salata. fetchit and what is that the karate and the recitation of the Quran that must be a major part of the Asana, which means that that the intellectual fudges should be long. And if we look at the sutras that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam generally recited in the selected budget, they are on the longer side, but they're not as long as total Baccarat suta Nisa they are long enough, however, they're not extremely long. I'll mention to you a few ahaadeeth because of hamdulillah when

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you learn about something from the Quran, and you learn about how the Prophet sallallaahu Selim implemented that you want to do the exact same action because there's double benefit. There's the reward of obeying the command of Allah and there's also a reward of following the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So if you already know these sutras make sure that you recite them in Seattle budget if you do not know them, set a target next time you want to memorize a surah make sure you memorize these because inshallah there's double benefits involved.

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We learned from several of Hadees that on Friday, in the fighters follow the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite surah to such the elephant Tansy similar to such that in the first rocker and in the second rocker, you would recite, so little incense. So on Friday mornings, at fudger, what would you recite in the first rocker, so to set the, which he also used to recite before going to sleep? So if you develop the habit of reciting that surah or listening to the surah, before you go to sleep, inshallah, within some time, you will have parts of it memorize which you can recite in further Salah on Friday.

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Otherwise, he would also recite pseudo off with Surah Surah Kahf. Are you familiar with that sort of, there is beautiful recitations of that surah available, you can listen to them over and over, and make sure that you memorize at least half of it some of it so that you can begin reciting. Similarly, we learned that profits are also used to recite to me noon in fudges Allah.

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I'm talking about fudger only right now, because this is called an alpha just recitation of it.

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So he would also recite surah. Rubino. And if you look at it, the beginning is a pseudo terminal, they're very beautiful. They mentioned the various characteristics or qualities of true believers. So if you memorize those ayat even even if you don't know the entire surah, at least you can recite the beginning I add in your project Salah.

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Similarly, we learned that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited Surah turquie, which is not that long, and I'm sure many of you also know that Sora Sora taquile, he recited that surah as well, in the Salah.

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We also learned that once he was traveling, and he recited pull out the bill of Bill Falak and pull out the robinus. So during travel, he recited very short to us. So this shows to us that if at times, we don't have much time, or perhaps we are not feeling well, or we had a very difficult night and we're not able to recite longer sutras in Fantasyland and we can also recite shorter sutras. And in that also if you follow the Sunnah, there is double reward.

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Then also we learned that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited surah to Suzanne, it has utility

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in both the rocker in the first and second record, both of them he recited so to Zelda.

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So, make a list of these words if you know them, try to recite them in budget if you do not know them next time you want to memorize a song, make sure you do them and

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then Allah subhanaw taala mentions about that the hijab prayer, that woman a lady and from the night for the hedger to be he pray with it, meaning pray with the Quran, meaning in the tahajjud Salah as well. You should recite the Quran

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and the hedges Allah is what nephila it is a voluntary deed, however, on the Prophet sallallahu Sallam according to one opinion, it was obligatory.

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So what do we learn from this? That the 100 Salah is all about reciting the Quran?

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We learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was commanded to Anna Tila recite the Quran in 13 when in your center.

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So we see that the major recitation we

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would be done in the Hudson ah by the prophets or the lawyers.

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So, this is also something that we can do. But a person may wonder, I do not have the Quran memorized, I only know a few servers. So if I wish to recite a little vaca, if I wish to recite a little earlier, man, how can I do that? How can you do that? In the novels that I remember, you can recite the Quran from the Muslim if you can open it up, and you can recite it from the Muslim. You cannot do this for fun. Okay, you cannot do this for the obligatory prayers. But you can do this for the novel's Allah? How do we learn about that? What's the evidence for that? We learned that there was a person during the time of the Sahaba, who knew how to read, he knew how to read. However, he

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did not have the entire Quran memorized. So he would lead some people in prayer how, by reading off of the Messiah, because he was able to read

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and he would only lead them in prayer, when it was nothing not mandatory. So because it was done at the time of the companions of the prophets are allowed us and it shows to us that it is correct to do so. So similarly, if you do not know the entire Quran, if you do not have it memorized entirely, then you can recite parts of it in your head.

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And this is one of the best things to do. You know, as we're studying through the Quran, we continue onwards, and what we have learned into little Baqarah, what we have learned into the earlier on, it's possible that we have forgotten it. And sometimes we want to go over we want to recite again. But with all the chaos of the day, with the children and with the noise and with all the work, sometimes it's very difficult. So if you develop this habit, that you get up for your third prayer 15 minutes before it begins, and you read two pages, only two pages, one page in first soccer and the second page in the second locker, this is an excellent way of revising.

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And you see it's a constant habit. And this will continue for the rest of your life. Because unfortunately, for many people, their connection with the Quran lasts only until they're formally studying it.

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And afterwards, it comes to an end. But if we develop this habit, that it's a part of our daily routine to recite the Quran, to continue going through the Quran, then inshallah our relationship with the Quran will be a constant and a permanent one.

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For example, in Ramadan, in the Torah, which prayers, because again, it's nothing. So if the man is reciting, and you wish to follow along with the Muslim, you are allowed to do that. But make sure it's only the Arabic was happy, there is no translation, because many times what happens, your eyes wander off to something else. Okay? So make sure it's as plain as possible, as clear as possible. And only

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when you go into frustration, and you have the most help with you, what do you do with that, one of the best things that you can do is stand next to let's say, you know, a table or a dresser, or something like that, if you can put a stool next to you, so that as soon as you go into court, you can put them as head over there. And then you can go down into such that easily, you can do the liquid easily as well. Because if you're carrying it while you're doing record, it would be difficult, how are you going to put your hands on the nice property, how are you going to be able to stand up properly. So it's best to put the Quran on a stool or a table. And in fact, you also get

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these stands in which you can put a big mishap so that you don't even have to hold it and your hands are, you know where they're supposed to be inserted. So if you have one of those use them. I know somebody who uses a music stand, you know, the music note stand, they had one of those. And that's what they would use for their must have, they had a huge mishap which they would place on it. So if you have an opportunity like that, you know, get something that is similar, and you can use that and

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now it depends how big the mishap is. If it's small, and light, you can just hold it with one hand. And you can have your hands on your chest folded the way you're supposed to drink soda and with just your thumb and your you know your index finger, you can easily hold the problem.

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And if you find that to be difficult, you can hold it with one hand if it's heavier, try to get a small light or on inshallah that will make it easy for you.

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And sometimes you also get just one juice, right? So you can also hold that. So find out what works best for you try different things and where there's a will

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muga wamena

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I remember at

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wakulla won't be at me and say, oh my lord, admit me, where Moodle had a little thing. Sound entrance, a sound place of entrance admit me over there

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well originally and caused me to exit Maharaja said within a sound exit would your eye Lee and grant me mila dunka from yourself Soufan in the Sierra a supporting authority.

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This ayah was revealed with regards to the context of

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the migration.

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Remember the surah is a murky surah and it was revealed towards the end of the Moroccan period.

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And in the previous ayat we learned that the machine they were about to uproot you from this land. And if they were to do that, they would not stay over here after you for long.

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And in this ayah, the Prophet salallahu Salam is being given the command to migrate from Mecca to Medina.

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So he installed whirpool and say, Make da Robbie oh my lord, adequately you admit me you admit me were into Medina.

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What kind of entrance Moodle has an entrance that is slightly clean of truth.

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Moodle is understood in two ways.

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First of all, McCall is what meaning a place or time so Moodle has a place of entrance, time of entrance. And secondly mukalla is also must not what does it mean that entrance entry and set is primarily truth, but you know that the word set is also used for honor. It is also used for when something is sound and say, when something is pleasing, when something is good, as we have learned earlier, another home called de Macedo can so admit me into a place of entrance meaning into Medina, that is, that is good for me, that is pleasing for me.

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Sometimes it happens that you move to a place, you go to a city, you go to a particular place to do some work or you shift to another house and what happens, it doesn't turn out to be as good for you. So admit me into this place and make it make it honorable make it good, make it pleasing for me.

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And Mohan may also refer to that make my entrance into that city good and honorable.

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Because many times it happens that a person enters a place, but he has to fight so much in order to get insight or he has to undergo so much humiliation for example, it's possible that a person arrives at a particular country at a destination and he has a lot of trouble at the immigration. It's possible right? And it takes hours and hours for him to get through. So mahalo. Certainly an honorable entrance. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given such entrance into Medina.

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We learned that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was entering Medina, how the people of Medina they had gathered up together and each one of them was eager that he should stay at their house, each and every single one of them inshallah, inshallah, you will learn about the migration of the Prophet sallallahu.

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So, this girl was granted

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originally and take me out, bring me out from where from Makkah, how Maharaja and exit that is said okay, that is sound.

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Again, massage will be understood as a place of exit, and also a way of exit and exit that is within sound good, pleasing with head with goodness with alfia with protection with well being, what you're unleashed and made for me, meaning Wherever I am, wherever I enter into and whatever place I leave, made for me melaleuca from you. So find an authority that is an acetal helper, meaning provide me with a helping authority, any place I go, and any place that I leave.

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As I mentioned to you, this I was primarily revealed with regards to the context of heater. So when the time of Hydra was near the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was commanded to make the star continuously because he was about to leave a city and enter into another city.

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Others have said that this is referring to that the Henley admitted me into Makkah, when I come back again, and this entry should be

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I have honor of dignity. And as I'm leaving this place as I'm leaving Makkah, today, make this exit honorable for me as well.

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So this is referring to Makkah only and according to others is referring to Medina and Mecca.

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Others have said that over here Moodle it refers to the grave.

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It refers to the grave.

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And Nikolaj refers to dystonia.

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That when I have passed away from this world, and I'm admitted into my grave, make that entrance and honorable one, a pleasing one, a beneficial one. And when I'm leaving this dunya make my debt make my departure, also an honorable one, a respectful one with good deeds.

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Thirdly, it is also said that mood holistically refers to agenda that let me enter agenda, how, with honor, with dignity.

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And Maharajah said, refers to the plane of

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the gathering place on the Day of Judgment. And when I leave that place, and when I enter into agenda, make my exit and honorable what

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others have said that this can be understood in a general sense as well, this idea can be understood in a general sense as well. What does it mean? That any place that I enter, make my entry, an honorable one, a successful one. And any place that I leave, make that something good, make it an honorable, a good, a pleasing a beneficial experience for

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many times it happens that you enter into a place, you walk into a building, you walk into a center, you go to a wedding, you go to a party, you go to the mall, and you end up seeing something, or doing something, or hearing something that is very upsetting. And you leave that place with a very heavy heart, you wonder, why did I even come here, such a waste of time, isn't it sometimes you go to do some work, you're trying to buy something, but you can't find it anywhere you spend hours going from one store to the other, and you cannot be successful. So every time you enter into a place, make the store every time that love the other friendly mood, hello, settling, origini

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mucronata settling, anywhere I go, whether it is the bank, or it is the school, or it is the masjid, or it is, you know, the store the library, anywhere I go make my entry and make my exit good and beneficial and honorable.

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What's your allimand legend? kasana nasira? and provide me with a Sultana necesita wherever I am. What does this hold on in this Leilani

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so long, as you know has several meanings. And one of the meanings is I have a clear evidence, a clear proof.

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So provide me Give me sovann and evidence, a proof that isn't a seal that is going to be an aid from

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like, for example, you go somewhere, you walk into a party, you go to a wedding, you're sitting over there, you end up meeting someone and you start telling them about the Quran, for example, some conversation comes up, you start telling them about it. Now what happens at that time, it's in your head, but you don't have the evidence, you know what to say but you don't have the evidence. So whatever I'm saying Wherever I am, provide me with some evidence, so that I am able to convey successfully.

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Secondly, so honestly, also fun also means over strength. So, make for me, meaning provide me with a with a strength that is going to be mindlessly that is going to assist me that is going to be of assistance to me.

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Like for example, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam migrated from Mecca to Medina, in Medina, who did he find his supporters, those people who supported him, who aided Him and who are they the unsung

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similarly, you go somewhere to do some work, but you don't find anyone to help you. You feel so weak, you feel so helpless. So provide me with provide me with strength with means of support, Wherever I am, whatever I am trying to accomplish.

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Thirdly, soltana also means tokuma authority,

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it also means authority. So wherever I am provide me with Soufan meaning with authority, meaning that I am victorious in whatever I have gone to accomplish.

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So sometimes you go somewhere you wish to do something you wish to finish off a task you wish to complete it, but you don't have the authority over there.

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So providing

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with authority as well, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when he went into Medina, he was given so fun as well, he was given authority as well, because Medina became the first Muslim government. So this is, it teaches us a very German, there are a very comprehensive, and it's relevant to every situation of our lives. Every situation.

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When you walk into the classroom, when you leave, when you walk into an examination hall, when you walk in to do any work at all, when you're sitting in the car, when you're leaving the house, anything that you're doing anywhere, you're going to make the store, seek a loss, help the profits or losses, and we'll start the store and the same, we should also benefit from

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will call and say, General hepco, the truth has come meaning, when you enter Makkah at the time of conquest, then what should you say, Jeff, and Heroku, the truth has come, what is a help and help is the truth, which is firm and stable, it can neither be weakened, nor can it be

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eradicated, nor it can be destroyed. It is firm, it stays it is established. So the truth has come the truth about which there is no doubt and the truth, which the people have no power to resist. And what does this truth refer to the truth of Islam

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on the worship of Allah subhanaw taala alone, so this truth has gone, was dealt with, and the faults that it has departed, it has vanished, it has disappeared xalapa from their own letters, they have off. And we have learned this word earlier, what does help our emphasis and their souls depart. So Zulu is basically when something passes away, when something leaves with sorrow in a very beautiful state. And turnips is used for death. Because at the time of that, the person soul is defeated by the engines. No matter how much the soul tries to stay in the body, it cannot resist the angels, it is defeated. So it's taken away with the defeat.

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So was the helpul battle, the battle the false that it has been made to go It has departed, it has vanished it has been defeated.

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Why? Because falsehood is the opposite of truth. What is unhealthy, it is that which is stable, and Botha does not have any stability. Why? Because it has no foundation whatsoever. In no bathala. Indeed the bathroom can as a huka, it is bound to depart the hook from the reflectors again, they have coffins Hooper's for all mobile, meaning one that is bound to pass away. It can never ever stay.

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So what does the battle refer to? It refers to the worship of the Islam, a shape on

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alcohol, he has reported that our dilemma has roots at the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he entered Makkah at the conquest of Makkah and around the house, meaning around the Kaaba, there were 360 items around the Kaaba, there were 360 items.

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And the prophets are the laws and began striking them with a stick that was in his hand, and he was reciting Jett and helpful was helpful about it in evapolar kennosuke.

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So when you enter Makkah, at the time of conquest, say this recite this, because falsehood, it can never stand against the truth, it can never remain for once the truth comes, falsehood leaves. Therefore, man success lies in what? in accepting the truth in holding on to the truth, not in holding on to falsehood.

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Now person might say in this ayah, Allah subhanaw taala says was all about falsehood has departed.

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And at that time, yes, admit idolatry. But we see that so many people worship multiple Gods today. So it hasn't really departed them. But Allah subhanaw taala says, was so called battling. So how do we understand this?

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You see, what it means by the departing of battle is that battling has been defeated. False it has been defeated.

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Because when does someone depart, when does something leave? When when it's been defeated, when it has nothing else to do over there?

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So it has been defeated. It has been proven wrong. And it's a it's false, have become very clear.

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Because at the conquest of Makkah, what happened?

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the truthfulness of the messenger was missing.

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obvious and the falseness of shake was also clarified.

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From that point onwards, people knew that the Hulk was the heat and the battle was

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100 Zulu and we sat down meaning from the Quran

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and we sent down from the Quran, man, that witch who is she found? It is a healing we sent down of the Quran that which is a healing, what is Shiva

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Shiva is cure remedy a cure for what a healing for what some disease, some kind of illness and remember that illnesses are various types, some are physical and some are spiritual or you can say mental or psychological.

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So, a lot of planet goddesses that we sent down to put on that which is issue fair, a healing and it is what am I doing any mercy, but for who?

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Lil momineen for those who believe.

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And those people who would not believe in the Quran, those who do not give the help of the Quran, well as he does oil Amina and the Quran does not increase the wrongdoers. Illa Hassan except in loss.

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What do we see in this ayah that the Quran is a Shiva.

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Allah subhanaw taala says one 0 million

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men over here has been understood in two ways. First of all, it has been said that mean over here is of ban meaning it is explanatory. So what it means is that the entire Quran, all of the Quran is a Shiva. And

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every letter every I every surah of the Quran is what it is in Shiva, and it is also a

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it's a cure and a source of mercy.

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Others have said that this mean is after it gives a meaning of some. So it means that parts of the Koran or especially Shiva and

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the interpolant is beneficial. However, some parts of the Quran especially, they are issues such as

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pseudo factor, it is a Shiva. Similarly, if you could see and there are other parts of the Quran, other verses in particular, which are known as IR to Shiva.

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So, this one is a Shiva and it says she felt for what First of all, it is Shiva for Berlin misguidance because you see misguidance error, being a stray not knowing what to do, this is also an illness, how is it an illness? Because then a person is not functioning properly, he does not have the right focus, he does not think correctly. So first of all in the Quran is a shift from what from Berlin, how because in the Quran, there is who the there is guidance.

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Secondly, the Quran is also Shiva for illnesses for diseases. How,

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because in the Quran is Baraka.

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However, it is only a Shiva and Rama for who, for those people who believe.

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And those who do not give the health of the Quran does it mean it only increases them in loss, the more they recite the Quran, the more they listen to the Quran, the worse they become, in their state of heart, in their state of mind and also in their physical state.

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You see, there are two types of illnesses that human beings may suffer from, what are the first of all, physical, which are such illnesses that are related to the physical body.

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Like for example, a person's blood pressure is not normal sugar levels are not normal. Or for instance, a person has been bitten by an animal and insect and because of that, you know his body is hurting, his body is swollen.

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Similarly, it could be a physical injury, like a broken bone, various types, they're all related to the physical body.

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any physical pain, physical pain that a person suffers from what is it, a physical ailment, a physical illness.

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Another type of illness of human beings suffer from is that which is spiritual.

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That disease that element which is related to the heart, the mind of a person, or you can say the psychology of a person.

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This includes diseases such as mythique hypocrisy. It includes diseases such as extreme love of this world. It includes diseases such as the love of fulfilling desires.

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every desire a person has to fulfill.

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It includes a disease such as anger, or jealousy.

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And it also includes mental illnesses, psychological disabilities.

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Like for example, clinical depression, depression is what it's a mental illness. What else? Okay, for example, split personality disorder, personality disorders. Similarly, anxiety, anxiety disorders, what else?

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phobias, eating disorders, OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder, in which a person It begins with constant was fossa that a person is doing will do anything, I didn't wash my hands, and he continues to wash his hands or he feels that his hands are still dirty, or he feels that you know, his body is still unclean. So, he keeps on washing himself again and again, he feels that Naja is still on his body. So there is various types of mental psychological, you can see spiritual illness.

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And we see that both of these diseases, they are connected with one another.

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Why? Because the body and the soul, the body and the mind, they are intertwined with one another, they together form a human being,

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if only the soul is there, would you call that a human being? No. Similarly, if only the body is there, and there is no soul inside that body, would you call that a living person, a human being? No. Both the physical body and the spiritual being, both together form a human being. They're both connected, intertwined with one another. So if one is suffering, automatically, the other will also suffer. This is automatic.

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Like, for example, if you're ill, if you're sick, and you've been sick for a week, will you not become sad? Isn't it? So? Similarly, if a person has had a physical injury, which is why they're not able to go out of the house at all, they're completely immobile? Will they not get depressed? Of course they will.

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Which is why people who are ill, it is our duty that we must go and visit them regularly.

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Similarly, if a person is suffering from a mental illness, is not going to affect his body. Of course it is. You see, sometimes when you are concerned, when you're worried when you're anxious, you end up getting a headache, or you end up feeling as if you're, something's happening in your stomach. So all of these diseases, they are interconnected as well.

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And it is necessary that when a person is ill, whether it is a mental illness, or it is a physical illness, he must cure himself, he must find the cure. Why? Because when a person is suffering from either of these diseases, what's going to happen? it's going to affect his productivity, it's going to affect his way better.

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If your body is hurting, and you are sad, at the same time, how can you pray? How can you recite the Quran? How can you give sadaqa? How can you go and help the creation of Allah subhanaw taala you cannot do that,

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isn't it? So?

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How can you study and gain more knowledge of the you cannot do that. So you have to seek the cure, because it affects your productivity, it affects your ability, and we have been created for worshipping Allah subhanaw taala.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, seek medical treatment for Allah has not created any disease, but he has also created a cure for it. seek medical treatment, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded us. So any illness that a person is suffering from, he cannot say Oh, it will go itself. What do we have to do? We have to find the cure and cure ourselves. Because for every disease, there is a cure except for one disease, which is which is

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that before that, all days, unfortunately, people are trying to cure that as well.

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So we see that when people become ill, it's only natural for them to seek the cure to cure themselves.

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And people from various backgrounds, various experiences, various cultures, you know, they cure different diseases differently, isn't it?

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Like for example, for some things, you have home remedies?

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What you consider to be a remedy? If you tell your doctor, they'll be surprised, they will say no, don't even dare do that. But you say no, no, my parents have always done that. We know this works. You know, you doctors, you have no idea. People have such beliefs, right? Because depending on the background of a person, he treats illness differently.

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And we see that different types of cures are permissible

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As long as they're Hillel, meaning if it's something oral, it should be Helen. And it should not contradict the Sharia.

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Like, for example, a person is not seeking help from others besides a loss of friends.

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But we see that a loss of handle data has also given us a chifa. There are many cures that are out there, many people will give you cures, you're suffering from something people say, eat this, eat that, do this, do that go to this doctor, go to that doctor, try this treatment. But Allah subhanaw taala has also given us a cure. And that cure is the best cure. And what is that? It's the Quran.

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Because the Quran, it cures physical ailments, and it also cures spiritual and mental and psychological illness. What's the evidence for that?

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We learned the emissary, then hardly any reports reported that some persons from amongst the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they set out on a journey. And they happen to pass by a tribe from the tribes of Arabia. And they demanded hospitality from the members of that tribe that they should be received. And as guests, they should be allowed to stay with them for a night or two, and so that they can eat over there, they have a place to stay. And this was a practice that was very common amongst the Arabs. But what happened? The people did not extend any hospitality to them. And so what happened, the Sahaba, they just camped close by they weren't welcomed in as guests. They

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were there. Very soon, the chief of that tribe, he got bitten by an animal. So what happened? The people, they tried everything, but they weren't able to shore that up. So they came to this hub. And they said to them, is there any rocky amongst you? Rocky is someone who recites an applause for the purpose of cure. leukemia,

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as the chief of the tribe has been stung by a scorpion. So a person amongst us meaning this habit, he said yes. So he came to him, and he practiced the Rukia, with the help of sort of fat,

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and the person became completely fine. he recited sort of the Fatiha and he kept on blowing. And what happened is pain completely left, he was completely fine.

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And as a gift from the tribe, he was given a flock of sheep

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before they weren't even willing to welcome them in as guests. But now they gifted them a flock of sheep. So However, they went to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to make sure it was okay for them to receive the flock of sheep. And he said, Of course it is. And he said that, take out of that, and allocate a share for me, along with your share in a way that it's completely permissible for you. And it is said that when they draw the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he smiled, and he said, How did you come to know that it can be used as nuclear? It's only natural, right? When you believe in the Quran that the Quran is cure, then you will use it to cure yourself.

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And our little Leonardo he said that the best cure is the Quran. And you will see many times, many times physical ailment, it can be cured with Rokia.

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Recently, somebody was mentioning to me, about one of their very close relatives is suffering from cancer, last stages, it was diagnosed very late. And lastly, it is very, very late stages and basically the doctors had given up, the person was in ICU, and they started reciting the Quran day in and day out constantly on the person who was ill.

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And they informed me that hamdulillah he is recovering already. He's not 100% but it sounded like he is recovering along with that. They're even giving him different types of treatment. But Alhamdulillah he is improving, whereas the doctors had completely given up. There was no chance of survival it was completely last ages. So we see that for physical ailments as well. The Quran is a cure but for who? For the one who believes Lil momineen for the one who has a strong Eman

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if you look at it, it can be any part of the quarter and it can also be certain parts of the especially those parts for which we do find evidence from the Quran sooner. Like for example, from this incident, we learned the truth it is a Shiva it works. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he would recite them or whether they whenever you would go to sleep before that you would recite the source

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and we also see that the Quran is a cure for spiritual and mental psychological ailments as well. What's the evidence for that?

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We learned that 11 was earth he reported that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said no person suffers any anxiety or grief. So what are anxiety and grief? In other words, depression

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and says along with India, I will do that entire Dora

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At the end what do we learn and dead you're either gonna have a beer, we're noon on Saturday, we're gonna Hosni weather have a honey we're hungry, that Oh Allah you make the Quran, the life of my heart, the light of my breast and a departure from my sorrow and a release from my anxiety.

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So the Quran, when a person recites it, when a person reflects on it, then what happens? It gives him relief from the sadness that he's experiencing.

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And we all set our insert with Eunice I 57. last panel data says yeah, you have an S by the jet comm morellato middle become where she fell on the math is sudo the Quran is what it is a schiefer for that which is in the sudo what is in the sudo all of these feelings and anxieties and worries that people have. So what's the cure for that?

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The Quran,

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I'm not saying that other cures should not be adopted. Yes, they should be used, but along with them, we should not ignore this cure that Allah has given to us. Because woman of the Camino Allah, Allah, who is more truthful than Allah in statement, if Allah is saying this for honest Shiva, then this has to be Shiva. Because there's the fact that people present many times there could be problems with those, there could be side effects of those. But the Quran is a natural cure is the most effective cure, no side effects whatsoever. And it's the most effective

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because you see who is Allah subhanaw taala. He's a Shafi He is the one who gives cure. This recently, this lady was telling me about how she had had several miscarriages. Every time she would conceive, she lost three babies like that. And then eventually through treatment, she became pregnant and her pregnancy was very difficult, complete bedrest and eventually and hamdulillah she gave birth to a healthy child. And then again, she underwent some treatment and became pregnant again and gave birth to her second child. Basically, the doctors told her that you cannot conceive on your own, you have to take fertility treatment every time you wish to have a child. Now what

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happened with her was that after some time, she began feeling upset in her stomach and she felt as if something was wrong. So she went to the doctor, and the doctor said, you know, it's it's no big deal. If you really want to make sure you're okay in there, I'll send you for an ultrasound. So the Center for an ultrasound, and the only baby inside. She was six months pregnant. Six months. It was an amazing thing. It was a shock for the doctors. It was a shock for her. Because at first two pregnancies, she was constantly on bedrest constantly. And she had no idea that she was expecting and she was six months and Alhamdulillah no complications, no problems, no morning sickness, nothing

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whatsoever. Because Shiva is in the hands of Wu. It's with Allah subhanaw taala. And this lady she was saying constantly, you know, when I conceived at that time, I was coming for the dodo regularly, I was coming and listening and attending the Quran class every single day Ally's one who has given me this gift. So if a person has been that Allah has Shiva, he will give the chifa This is a Shiva that Allah has given, he will use it, and he will benefit from it. You see, many times cure has a lot to do with your thinking. If you believe that cure isn't this medication, it will work. And if you are certain that it's not going to work, it's just sugar pills, it's just white balls, and it's

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not gonna work. You have to be very, very confident in the cure that you're taking.

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And we see that those people who read the Quran, who studied the Quran, there are two types that we learn from this is first of all, some people they get chifa and they get Rama from the Quran, Shiva and Rama but who are the those who believe

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and the second type of people are who does it mean?

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What is next to reduce the heck of something?

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So those who do not give the hug of the Quran and remember there are many miracles of the Quran many rights of the Quran. First right is to believe in the Quran and other writers to recite the Quran. Another is to reflect upon the Quran. Another is to act upon the Quran and another is to pass on the Quran to other people. So a person who gives a half of the Quran he will get Shiva from the Quran, he will get his energy from the Quran

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and those who do not give the half of the Quran for them the Quran becomes a means of loss. Well as he does oil Amina Illa herself. The more they read, the more they suffer. The more they study, the more they doubt.

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The more they read, the more depressed they become. Why? What's the reason

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And behind that they are not giving the hook of the clock. So if you want to benefit from the Quran What do you have to do? Give it its help.

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why Johnnie

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you see if a person is using the Quran to cure himself, it takes time. Because for example, if you want to do it with with a flathead, you have to recite it over and over again. And you have to do it with a lot of conviction and concentration, focusing on every word, feeling it, you know, saying it with your heart. And it's difficult compared to just putting a bill in your mouth isn't it's more challenging, but the more you think a person has, the more effect on will have on here. Unfortunately, we are doing we are hasty, we want immediate relief.

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Whereas the fact is that if you want long term relief, then you have to cure the problem, not suppress it.

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Al-Isra 78-93 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 78-82

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