Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 15 – L151B

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Al-Kahf 9-26 Word Analysis and Tafsir 9-11

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Lesson number 151. So I have I am number nine to 26.

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In the following, we will learn about the story of

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the companions of the chaos habit.

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In South Africa, there are many stories that are mentioned. And each story demonstrates the different types of deaths that people go.

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For example, the story of the people of the period, what is the kind of test that you're going to? It's the desktop, religion, it's the desktop.

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And through this story, a loss of Pentagon shows to us what we should do, how we should live, how we should not get distracted by the world around us. And we should remain firm about their religion. That how, despite the opposition, going against the floor, how we are doing, if these people can do it, you can do it. And in this is a great lesson for all of us. A great comfort.

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So let's begin the story.

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With millennials.

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I'm hesitant, or do you think, meaning or profits out of them? Do you think have you supposed Have you assumed that under US have and Kathy, that the people of the game, the companions of the game, was the cleaning, and the inscription, can Omen as

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they are, among our signs a wonder?

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Do you think that they're amazing? No, there are far more amazing things

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that Alexa has done and has said the

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means or whether rather, and it appears in two different forms. So basically, there are two different types of

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the first type of is the most honestly,

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what does it mean my mood doesn't that which is connected that which is attached. So what does it mean by that which is attached,

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that which is attached with a previous

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that which is attached with the previous word, that gives the meaning of

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like, for example, ends of the home, and lands on their home, whether you want them or you don't want them. So over here is what does and why because it is connected with the previous word that gives the meaning of is to have that gives the meaning of a question. And the home and loved ones at home, whether you want them or you do not want them.

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Like in English, we have either or so the first type is with the so the one that is connected to the context.

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And secondly, the second type of is the moon,

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the moon fossils, the one that is separate the one that is detached, meaning before the sun, there is no word that gives the meaning of or that gives the meaning of question.

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Like for example over here, the sentence begins with the eye begins with so I'm over here does not mean or meaning either or. But it gives the meaning of rather, is it rather, is it

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and when it is used in the non-fossil form, which is a second form, it is used for the purpose of stfm it is used for the purpose of interrogation.

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Sometimes it gives the meaning of balance, rather,

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basically it is to raise the listeners attention. When you begin a sentence with a question, what's the point?

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You want to draw the attention of the listener completely to what you're going to be talking about?

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Whenever you begin a sentence, whenever you begin a speech with a question, the purpose is to raise the listeners attention, to draw it completely to what you're going to be talking about

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to avert it from what their mind was previously in, and then directed completely to what you're going to be talking about. So over here, is of the second type, and why is it used over here? Why is it set over here to raise our attention to draw our attention so that we focus completely on what is being said?

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And sometimes it is also to give the meaning of harmony? meaning is it that you think like this, meaning you should not think like this. So I'm hesitant, or do you think meaning you should not think like this

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has a different route has seen the

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has seen the from his burn, which means to think to regard something as such some hazard or do you think or do you regard your deem on that and that in

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need us herbal coffee companions of the king.

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US have is the plural of the word Sasha and Sasha, Sasha,

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Sasha. And Sasha is what companionship

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is companionship to be in the company of someone.

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And the word sachet is used in several ways.

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First of all it is to show that someone is in the company of someone and then we translate the word sahabas. companion.

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Sometimes it also means inmate dweller, one who lives somewhere when who stays somewhere.

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And this is when someone is identified with something or someone.

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When someone is identified with something or someone, like for example, as horrible

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people have the career. What does it mean by this? that the people are identified by what? By the career that they live in?

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Similarly, over here as haben cough, why is it said companions of the cave? Because they're identified by the king? They're called the people of the cave. Why? Because their story is about how they went to the cave. So they're identified by the cave. So over here us Hi, welcome. What does it mean? People have the cave because they're identified with the cave.

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El Cap is from the root gaff, halfa and cough is used for what kind of a cave that is very wide and spacious.

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cap is used for such a gift that is wide and spacious.

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So do you think that the people of the cave were the theme and the inscription or rakeem is from the root of all cough mean?

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What does that mean? To write, to inscribe in the Quran, kita bone barcoo a book that is written a book that is inscribed.

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So vakama literally means to write to inscribe and repeat. What does it mean by a rocky rakeem gives the meaning of Mirco

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rocking gives the meaning of Mirko meaning that on which something is written

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rakeem that on which something is written. So a tablet or a slate,

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a tablet or a slate on which something is written.

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Secondly, rakeem is also understood to be an Islam Allah, a proper name.

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It is also understood to be a proper name, proper name of what of a mountain where the cave was.

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Now what does it mean by this part of the ayah of habit, Gaffey, we're repeating

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the word well over here has been understood in two different ways.

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The first is off.

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The first is off.

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As horrible gas, we're dropping the people of gas and the people of the team, the people who are identified with the gas and the people who are identified with it. Okay, so basically one kind of people, the people who are identified with the cave and the Rocky, what does it mean by this? This has been understood as that the people of the cave, their names were inscribed on a tablet or a slate. And they were known as the US harbor team as well as haberle. team, they were identified with that team.

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Because their names were written their, their story was written there. Their time was written there, their time of existence.

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Secondly, well, over here has been understood as the one that separates between two.

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And this is understood as the people of the case. And secondly, the people of the Rockies.

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And this gives them meaning that the people of the cave were different from the people of the Rockies.

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As habil cast was half of the

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people of the cave, and the people have their appeal to different people to different groups. The first meeting is what? That they're the same people. They're identified with the cave. And they're also identified with the rock in

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the second meeting as well, that the two different people, the US have alcohol, and on the other hand, is hybrid rocking to different people. And who are they harbor payment as hovercraft? Yes, we know their story is going to be mentioned now who are the most hardworking

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except that it's the story of those three people who got stuck in the cave. And remember when they preyed upon the last panel data by mentioning their good deeds and eventually the rock moved and they were able to go

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and it is said that the theme refers to the name of that mountain. It is the name of that mountain or the valley where that

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cave was where those three men got stuck. Scholars have said, that is the first of those three individuals

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who was traveling through the mountains, and there was a storm. And all of them, they went into refuge.

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And what happened? A huge rocking, and it lost me. And they were unable to come out. So what did they do? They began praying to a mosque.

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And they began mentioning their good deeds, that Oh Allah, if I did such and such good deed for your say, then please relieve us from this difficult.

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What if one of them mentioned

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that I had old parents, and I also had my children. And I used to look after my animals. And every evening, when I would come back, I would milk my animals. And first I would give it to my parents. And once I got home very late, and by the time I got the milk, my parents still asleep. So I stood there standing.

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And I did not disturb nothing. So if you know obama died, it is for your safe, and please relieve us from this difficult.

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What did another man mentioned that I had a cousin who might not immensely, more than any man could love a woman. But obviously, there was a gap between and he wanted to enjoy her sexually. And she put a condition that he had to give her 100.

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And he managed to collect enough money. And when he gave it to her, and he was about to find that action with her, What did she say?

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And he

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said, Oh, my friend did this for you.

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Please take me out of this difficulty.

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And another man, the third one, what did you do that somebody came and work for you? And he had some money that was given to that worker, but that worker did not take the money and he left. So what do you do with that money? Did you just use it? No, he invested. And so that money is increased a group. And after some time, the man came and said, you had to pay me this much money, give me my money. So he said, you see all of these animals, they're all your statement, and said, Are you kidding? Are you joking with me? Don't make me a fool. He said, No, I'm not joking. This is yours.

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So he said that, oh, like I did this for me.

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So a lot of times it says that you think what happened with the people of the cane. And what happened with the people that have been can Omen, if

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they are of our signs are given a wonder that it's very amazing as to what happened with these people. Yes, what happened with these people was definitely amazing. It was a big sign of a loss of mercy, of his power of His wisdom. However, there are many other signs of a loss of control as well, that are

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far more

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if you look at the people have just to summarize before we go into the detail, what was

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that it was a group of young men who had accepted FEMA, and they suffered from a lot of persecution. So in order to save themselves in order to save their Eman, what did they do?

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They left their people. And they went and they hit electric, when they got there. They slept last

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for over 300 years.

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300 years.

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And the way the cave was that how the sun would rise from one side and it would check on the other side of the sun would never shine in them directly. Are their bodies were made to learn constantly. All of this was almost killed. That is great.

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So you think this is very amazing, but how Allah rescued His servants, how he protected him how he saved them. Allah can in fact object His servants, in a much more amazing

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Why do you think this is

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because this slow was revealed.

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But the profits are uncertain and the believers were suffering from a lot of persecution.

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And obviously, when they would hear such an incident, they would be amazed that Wow, look at how

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so in a way they're being competent, using this is amazing of luck and help you have luck and rescue you in a far more.

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So this is the assurance.

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So if rakeem is understood to be literally inscription, then it refers to just heartbroken

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and if nothing was taken to be the Islam item, the proper name, then refers to as Hubbard rocking the three men who got stuck in the key

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and in that meaning Rocklin refers to what the proper name of that valley of the mountain where that cave was.

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So Allah says, um, has said that or did you think that indeed us having coffee or working in Canada, they were meant for us

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Aya Tina, our signs are Java strange, a wonder. Our job is from the root. But that which is very strange that which is surprising that which makes a person wonder. So do you think that these are from our signs? Are Java meaning sheet and algebra? A strange thing, a wonderous thing. Meaning you should not think like this. Yes, it is very strange. Yes, it is very unique that has happened. But there are much more wondrous things that our last panel data has created. And because the previous ayah talks about, what

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about the establishment of the day of judgment that everything is going to come to an end, that we're going to make the site and Joe Rosa. So you think that this is strange, or do you think that this is strange? No, it's not strange. It's easy for our last panel data to do

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it when it over here means their story, whose story the story of the US have?

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I Well, he retreated, he took refuge away from the root Hamza. Well, yeah. Hamza? Well, yeah. What does it mean by our to take refuge?

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What does it mean to take refuge somewhere to take shelter somewhere? We have done the ayah where New Zealand sunset. So we Elijah Berlin, I will take refuge in the mountain. So our he took refuge, he took shelter, who took shelter, and fifth year to the young men, the youth? Where did they take shelter in healthcare to the key? Are we illegible in over here, our Ll Cathy.

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The word fit here is from the root for the year. And it's the plural of the word fatter.

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It is the plural of the word setter. It is said that the word fit here is a gem filler, what is a gem or filler, where the number is less than 10 where the number is less than 10.

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And 15. further, further is used for a person who is of a young age.

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how young

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we get this word early and sort of use if I explained to you the difference between Fatah and hula

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late teens,

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but that is used for someone who is in their late teens,

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basically is used for a young person who has reached their height of Cova of their strength, and also azima determination.

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And you will see that people in their late teens are like this. They're very strong, physically, and they're also very determined. Once they make up their mind to do something, you cannot change them. Sometimes they're very firm in what they believe in on what they're going to do.

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So fatca is used for such a young person who has reached their command in the Cold War, as well as in their azima in their determination, firmness and understanding as well as physical stature.

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So it will fit ear to ear when they took refuge in the kerf for colusa they said robina our meaning they pray to Allah subhanaw taala when they took refuge in the cave that oh our rub attina you give us melaleuca from near yourself no don't is like in the more specific mila dunka from near you brush mutton mercy give us mercy from yourself

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well how are you and you prepare Lana for us min Amrita, our metric Russia guidance Hey is from the root hair yeah Hamza. It is from the root hair. Yeah, Hamza hater

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hater means the appearance or the state of something

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the appearance or the state of something, whether it is tangible or intangible, the hollowness how something is appearance state form of something whether it is tangible or intangible,

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when something is well formed and when something is formed, when something is ready, that it has a specific appearance, what does it mean? That it is prepared? It is arranged so hey, is to prepare something it is to make something ready.

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It is to prepare something to make something ready to set it up.

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And then it is to provide means to someone.

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What is it? To provide means to someone because you can only provide some means to someone when you have those means ready and prepared. You can only give a car to someone to use when you have the car ready. You can only give some money to someone when you have the money ready. So how yet is a fair number? You prepare you make ready you provide meaning your last panatela prepare

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Provide lenna for us meet a marina regarding our magic regarding our affair, meaning our circumstances in our life. Russia guidance.

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Russia is from the route rushing them and the word rush. Rashad are also different muster from the same route.

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Russia, Russia, Russia, all the same thing. And what does it mean? right and proper guidance? In other words, Oh Allah, tell us what to do. Guide us. Show us the way.

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So it's a one thing to do when these young men

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they took shelter, while they had escaped from their people in order to preserve their land, where did they go in?

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And when they got there for cardio, so they said,

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they may do that, oh, our Lord attina you give us men that you give us from yourself, McCandless give us mercy from yourself.

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That gives us especially from you, because what comes especially from you, is excellent.

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It is the most effective it is the most beneficial.

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So axiom 11 Kawashima give us from yourself, mercy.

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Now, what is this mercy that?

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What kind of mercy to the desire from?

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This llama can be understood in various ways?

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Like, for example, direction towards the street.

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And that's what did you What should we do? How are we supposed to obey you? Which way are we supposed to go?

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Similarly, this law also can include forgiveness of sins. It can also include worldly provisions, it can also include concealment found,

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because they had escaped from their people in order to hide from in order to protect them.

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So they needed the rahama of above, in order to remain concealed from.

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So as in me letting go what learner and you prepare for us, you provide for us.

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And the word hate, that's used both in the tangible sense as well as the intangibles.

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Like, for example, something appears to be very bright. This is what tangible says, something appears to be very sensible. This is what in the intentions, it seems to be very beneficial. You learn about what it can do about its function, when you say yes, this is going to work less than. So it's the appearance of something, whether tangible or intangible.

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And the height of the shape is to prepare something, it is to make something of a certain form. So that it is most suitable for the work that is to be

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the height of the shape is what to prepare something

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do give it a form that is most suitable, that is most appropriate. That is most correct.

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So that the work that is to be done with it.

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Like for example, it's possible you get a phone.

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And you think that it can help you find your way when you're last on the road. Perhaps the reception is very good.

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The all the features that are on the phone, that they're very good for you.

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And you get it but once you start using it after some time you realize it's not that

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it doesn't fulfill the purpose for which I go. So what does it mean? It's not prepared for the work that is to be done.

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So over here, this is that hey, did you provide

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you create you furnish Lana for us, Minh and Marina concerning our affair, Russia.

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Meaning you guide us in the circumstances.

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You prepare the means of guidance. You tell us where we should go. And what we should.

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Because we have no idea

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that just imagine a young group of a group of people who are very young in their late teens, perhaps early 20s. And they have embraced their religion.

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And the law of the land is that if anyone except for Haiti is going to be finished is going to be persecuted. So they leave. What kind of concerns will they have?

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What are we going to eat? Where are we going to stay? What am I going to do? How am I going to go back to work?

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You know many times you hear about stories of people who have converted

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and when they become Muslim, and their families have said you're not working

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Come here anymore. What kind of circumstances are they?

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They're having questions such as, where am I going to stay? What am I going to eat? What am I going to get money for? How am I going to continue with my education? Who is going to be my friend? Who's going to be my family? People wonder. So just imagine this was the state of these individuals, but

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they don't turn.

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They don't sit together and press and worry and cry together. Now, what are they doing? their attorney, you're praying

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that Oh Allah, what we need is mercy.

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Not the mercy of people. What we need is guidance from you, not the guidance of

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because the person who trusts upon Allah, Romania, the worker and the love, for who has spoke that a lot is sufficient.

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It is mentioned with some narrations, that after the time of resizing,

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there were some younger, belonging to the village of Zeus, in Rome.

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And these young men, they had believed in the religion,

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they believe in the oneness of all possible.

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However, the place where they lifted, everybody,

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including the ruler,

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and the ruler of that land, was very oppressive. And he was also very tyrannical. He was very unjust.

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And he had passed a law that if anyone becomes Muslim, if anyone embraces the heat, he is going to be.

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And he had commanded with people that they must adopt.

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So everybody, generally, what do people do?

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They succumb they did, whatever the consultant do. However, these young people refuse to come.

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But instead of having a protest, instead of creating a riot, instead of going and rebelling against the king, what did they do?

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it safely, so they left. And when they left like that you can imagine?

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So at this time, they turned to a mosque.

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They sought to overcome their own weakness, how?

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And their vulnerability.

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Because they knew that they were very vulnerable. So what did they seek? Because

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they knew that they were deprived, they had very limited resources. So what did they ask for?

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And when a person is in a difficult situation, this is what he must do, especially when he's being tested with regards to his religion.

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Because it's possible that you start something for the sake of but other people, they oppose you. To the extent that they don't allow you to do what you're supposed to do. At this time, what is the best way that you turn to have love for that? Oh, nah, I'm weak. I need strength for you. I vulnerable, I need mercy from you. I need protection from you.

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Because of loss of penalty, he is the one was most power over everyone.

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So what happened? How did Allah subhanaw taala protected?

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So he struck attorney him upon their ears that Abner is on the route, Bob, Robert, Bob, what does that mean, to strike to beat to hit?

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And sometimes when you strike something, what does that mean? You have to throw something you have to cast it.

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So the first meeting of robina over here has been understood as that we through week asked by robina other than Him, what did we throw in their ears?

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bourbon and then he we threw we cast on their ears. But it's not mentioned. But what is implied is a huge job of being a screen.

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And what did that do it put them to sleep completely.

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But now other than Him, it's like figurative way of speech, not literary that will put a hijab on their ears and that they couldn't hear and they went to sleep No, what does it mean? It's figurative. But robina she Jasmine, Allah, Danny him, and we put them to deep sleep.

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And certain results have been said that, you know how sometimes you put children to sleep, how by patting them, their backs or by their head by their ears. So they don't know. Any means that we put them to sleep. It's a figurative expression, which means that we put them to sleep. But why is it said like this, to show that they were put to deep sleep, such deep sleep that they didn't hear a word? They didn't hear anything, any sound?

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Because sometimes what happens, you're sleeping, but you're sleeping very lightly. And if somebody comes or somebody goes, or there is a sound, what happens? You hear it and you wake up, but I've neither of any means that they were put to deep sleep such that they could not hear anything, which is why they didn't wake up

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You see, there are two types of

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one kind of sleep is coffee. What is coffee, like, when a person is sleeping a very light.

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And when a person is sleeping like this, you make the slightest sound, even what's gonna happen, they're gonna wake up.

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But the other type of sleep is army,

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deep sleep, which prevents

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that if on your head, even if someone is eating drums, even if there's construction going on. And there's a lot of cutting of wood and banging on the walls and hammers and chainsaw, etc, etc. and nothing was

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generally what happens. If a person is sleeping, he cannot sleep. It certainly isn't.

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Even if no one disturbs you sleep for 12 hours, it will sleep for 13 hours, but eventually what's going to happen, you will wake up Why? Because you're tired, you get tired of sleeping, or you get a headache, or you become very hungry, or you're thirsty, or you're very uncomfortable, perhaps you were sleeping on one side, and that side of your body is hurting, or your back begins to hurt, or you have to go to the washroom or something,

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isn't it, but they were blessed with such that they were very comfortable in their sleep that they didn't even

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they didn't even leave

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and especially when a person is worried when a person is anxious, or when a person is sleeping in a new case, when a person is sleeping somewhere out in the open, then what happens? He cannot have

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he will wake up every hour, or he will wake up every few minutes. Now just imagine where this creeping in, okay, are they anxious? Are they worried? Of course they are. They have just left their town. And it's just a few of them. And they have no idea what they're going to do, where they're going to stay where they're going to live, they have no idea so you can imagine the way and the anxiety that they must be feeling but a loss of less than that was so comfortable that this left undisturbed.

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This was the that

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this was the mercy that he did.

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If you remember at the back like what what happened with

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that while they were so concerned and so worried and so anxious. They were overcome by the because when a person is made to sleep, what happens?

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He relaxes so this was a great lesson.

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So for the roadmap Allah Danny and Phil coffee in the cave, meaning while they were in the cave,

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for how long? How long did they sleep for cinealta years, our data a number a number of years, many, many years. The word singing is the Florida Senate. And our that means number. And over here. It gives a meaning of Martha meaning a number of years many years and how many were there

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309 years as we will read