Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 24 – L250B

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Fussilat 1-24 Tafsir 1-5


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The importance of understanding the Prophet's teachings and listening to clients during conversations is emphasized. The use of "arents" in relation to people's personal interests and surrounding environments is also discussed. The speakers emphasize the need for people to be more aware of their surroundings and not be afraid of what they hear. The importance of listening to clients and improving understanding of the Prophet's teachings is emphasized.

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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim lesson number 250 sudo facilites or Hamming as such that is number one to 24

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so that was toilet ism Aki sola and it is of which group of souls

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the Hawaiian in the summer how me

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and this aura is also known as hammy a Saturday and proceeded to there are two names of disorder

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It is called Hemi Isetta because it begins with him and there is essentially a dilemma in the surah. And it is also called facilite. Why? Because this word is mentioned describing the verses of the Quran right at the beginning of the surah in a number three.

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The surah is murky, as I mentioned earlier, it has 54 verses. It is said that the surah was revealed after the conversion of Hamza or the lower angle to Islam.

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And when did he embrace Islam? When

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was it in the later period, the mid period or the early period early

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and it was before the conversion of or model the loan. So it wasn't the early period of my career.

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And the theme of disorder is very similar to the theme of the other half hour meme, which is off though hate humanity the hereafter as well as there were a lot

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, hammy Denzil Amina Rahman and Rahim. This is a revelation from the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful than zielen, a gradual revelation, and then zeal over here gives the meaning of that which has been revealed, that which has been sent down.

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So this, what you read this what you listen, what is it? It is a revelation, from who from the one who is Entirely Merciful and the one who is Especially Merciful?

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Meaning this Quran is not a fabrication. This Quran is not the word of a human being, but rather what is it? It is a revelation from the one who is Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful.

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If you think about it, do names have alarm mentioned over here or man of learning.

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And Allah subhanaw taala has many other names.

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But these two names that are mentioned over here with the revelation of the Quran, what do they show? What meaning do they give? That the revelation of the Quran is an expression of the mercy of Allah soprano.

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It's out of Allah's mercy that he has revealed the Quran

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because this Quran, it guides people, it tells them what is good, what is wrong, it tells them what leads to success, what leads to failure, it tells them what leads to eternal happiness what leads to eternal misery. So, when Allah subhanaw taala has sent this Quran in fact he has shown mercy to the people

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and when people hold on to this book, when people abide by this book, what will they receive? A last panel TARDIS special mercy, engine in the hereafter

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into little rock man What do we learn on rush man, I lemon.

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Again, the Quran is mentioned With the name of Allah, a workman that the Most Merciful The one who talked to the

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keytab on a book facilite as to who whose verses have been detailed for an Albion and Arabic on the komiya Allah moon for people who know

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key taboo, meaning this or on this thing zeal this revelation is a book what does it mean by this that it is a book

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meaning one that is marked to one that is written and where is it written? Where else is it written in the most health that people have in the low hanging fruit and also with the angels?

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So keytab on a book facilite a a two who whose is have been facilites whose ideas have been detailed

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the word facilite is from the master.

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File slotland lamb Fossella.

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Fasano literally means to set things apart from one another, to separate them in a way that distance is created between all of those things. So for example, you have two books side by side. First of all, is to separate them. You put them aside you set them apart, and when you set them apart, distance is created between the two

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Which is why the word fossa is also used for departing. What am facilitator lootable, Judy winterlude departed with his armies. Because as you depart from one place what happens, distance is created between you and the place that you were in before.

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From this is the word for Sala fee. And the fee is to state something clearly, in a way that each point is distinct from the other, you understand? To explain something, do detail something to mention something clearly so that each point is distinct, it is separate from the other.

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And it's also to state something in a sequence, so that all of the contents are distinguished from one another. It's not confusing, but rather you can separate between each and every single point. You can literally count on your fingers.

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So keytab on a book, firstly, let it do its verses are for selenate. Now, what does it mean by this, that the verses of the Quran the statements, the texts of the Quran there for Silla? They've seen over years understood in two ways. That first of all, there is the lovely, the words of the Quran, how are they distinct, they are distinguished.

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Each word is distinct from the other. Each verse is distinct from the other. And each surah is distinct from the other. Isn't.

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It Sora has a beginning and an ending? Is it clear? It's very clear, you know, where the solar begins from, you know, where the solar ends?

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Each is the beginning and the ending is also very clear, isn't it so that you know where the ayah begins from and where the ayah ends?

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So there's the fleeing first of all is definitely lovely.

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And secondly, this is alternative slean Martin Oui, what does it mean? That the texts of the Quran the statements of the Quran, how are they detailed, they are elaborated they are mentioned in detail how that the words of the Quran first of all are very clear. Within each word is an ocean of meaning. So the message of the Quran is that facilite is it clear? is a detailed Of course, and we see that parts of the Quran what do they do? They explain other parts of the Quran. So firstly, that is

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and also it's I add our detailed how by dimension of various rulings, various commands, various laws, beliefs, etiquette, manners, stories, admonitions advice, all of this is mentioned in the Quran, which elaborate the Quran

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so the Quran Yes, it's very precise. However, at the same time, it's full of detail, isn't it? Oh,

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so keytab on firstly that I add to it, I add our facility in both lovely sense as well as Martin we sense so they're very clear.

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Instead of rude I am number one. Allah subhanaw taala says la flamme la keytab akima ayato sama, facilites Milan, Hakeem and hobby, that la flamme la This is a book whose verses are perfected. And then they're presented in detail from the one who is wise and the one who is acquainted.

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In total Anam I 114. Allah subhanaw taala says well who are ledi unzila la como keytab mufa Allah, it is he who has revealed to you the book explained in detail.

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So it is of the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala that first of all, he has sent the book.

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And secondly, it is more of his mercy, that he has sent a book which is clear in its wording, clear in its text, clear in its meaning clear in its message.

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So that there is no ambiguity, there is no confusion. When a person opens up the book and reads it, the message is very clear. And how is it so clear? Because it's called on Allah says or an Albion and Arabic.

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Allah chose the Arabic language for the Quran. And this is one of the reasons as to why the Quran is its is our first select

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the word Adobe is used for an error and also Arabic language.

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And who are the Arabs, the progeny of his married or his Sunnah?

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And allaby literally means for see the one who is clear in his speech, the one who is eloquent in his speech,

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and the opposite of Adobe is Arjuna. What does that mean? The one who is mute the one who is enabled

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To speak, the one who is unable to express himself.

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So the Arabs, they consider themselves very expressive. Why? Because language is all that they had.

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If you think about it, they had poetry, the way they spoke, every other person could say verses of poetry very eloquently. And the sharara the points they were the most famous people.

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So the Arabs gave a lot of importance to expression, to language, to words to eloquence, compared to anything else. They didn't have architecture. They didn't have farming. They didn't have anything else because they lived in the desert when you live in the desert, what can you have? So this is why the Arabs are extremely expressive and they gave a lot of importance to language.

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And they consider their language to be the most eloquent one.

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So LLB is Arabic but it also means one that is very eloquent. So called an Albion and Arabic on and also a Koran that is an eloquent, Likoni on the moon for people who know

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meaning the Quran is in Arabic. Why? For those people who know so that they can understand it,

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so that they can understand it? And who does it refer to? Who does it refer to primarily? The Arabs?

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Because the Arabs they spoke the Arabic language Allah subhanaw taala sent down the Quran in the Arabic language Leave me alone for people who know what do they know its meanings. They know the Arabic language because only then can a person understand the Quran? When

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when he understands the Quran, in Arabic language.

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If you try to understand the Quran through translation, can you get the same meaning? Can you get the same understanding from the translation? You cannot?

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So leave me alone. It doesn't just mean that the Quran is only for the Arabs. Why is this mentioned because they know the Arabic language and the one who knows Arabic language he can understand.

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So this shows to us that in order to fully grasp the message of the Quran, what does a person need to do?

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Understand it in Arabic? Now, it doesn't mean that you go on learning the Arabic language, because that is a very long process. But what does it mean that you understand the Quran in the Arabic language like over here, what are we doing? We go word to word, understand each word in the Arabic language because when you do that, then you have a better understanding. So please call me Allah moon.

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Introduce of it number two, Allah subhanaw taala says in Enza local Anand Albion, La La Kentucky known indeed we have sent it down as an Arabic call and that you might understand

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if you think about it, now that you're studying

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the Quran has been revealed in several our health, isn't it. And also it has various color art.

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If Allah subhanaw taala could send the code in so many of them so many, could not have sent it in various languages. Could you not have, of course, it wasn't difficult for him. But Allah chose the Arabic language.

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Because what you understand from the Arabic Quran, you don't understand from the translation, you don't understand from the translation, the message that you get from the Arabic You don't get it from any other language.

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So this Quran, Allah sent it in Arabic,

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in through the Zoomer Ayah 28, we learn to earn an Albion layer, the virgin Lumia deikun. It is an Arabic Quran without any deviance that they might become righteous. So this characteristic of the Quran being an Arabic it's mentioned repeatedly, to show First of all, that the Arab should have no reason to not be able to understand the message of the Quran.

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And also to show the importance of understanding the Quran in the Arabic language.

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The only argument for those people who know this is also understood as those people who have not just those people who knows Arabic, but also you've called me on a moon meeting those people who have the editor in

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those who are thoroughly versed in knowledge.

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So those people who have really have this book, those people who have knowledge of this book, only they benefit from this book.

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And those who don't have knowledge of the book. Do they truly benefit from the book? No, they don't get as much benefit from this book.

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As much as the one who knows this book, so the Komiyama those who know what do they know? What do they have of this kita?

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Because those people who don't know this book, how does the last panel data described them as only Yun?

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In total Baccarat is 78. Allah says, woman home, oma Yuna layer, Allah manaakitanga illa. Many were in home Illa Illa noon. So who are you? Those who don't know the book? So what do we understand from this ayah that Allah subhanaw taala has sent this book, which is clear in its meaning, distinct in its wording in its sutras in its ayat, and also clear in its message.

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And for this, Allah subhanaw taala has chosen the Arabic language, why? so that people can understand

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and those people who have knowledge of the language and those people who have knowledge of the book, they truly benefit from this book.

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So this shows to us that it is imperative for every believer that he must understand the book in its language. We have learned earlier that a las panatela has revealed this book why Leia, W AR t? Walia Takara Alba,

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and a person cannot understand a text unless he knows what language it is in, isn't it.

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So it is imperative for a believer that he must understand the Quran in its language. And it's imperative for those who have knowledge to conveyed and also to conveyed how in the language that Allah subhanaw taala has revealed.

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Therefore, it's very, very important for us that when it comes to the study of the Quran, we know the Arabic pronunciation the Arabic recitation, and above that we also know the meaning of the word toward meaning, we have an understanding of the words, we have an understanding of the text, because unless we have this knowledge, we cannot benefit from this book.

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So when you do the word to work, consider that as an act of worship. Why? Because that is a part of understanding the book of Allah.

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And this book, Allah has sent for our understanding for our benefit.

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But she on one of the law, as a giver of good news, and also a warner. But she won, meaning this book is a must she,

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Allah subhanaw taala has sent it as a Rashid, who is

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one who gives such news which brings happiness to the receiver. So but she's this hold on give such news, which brings happiness, but to who? To who, to those who believe in it, and those who follow it.

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So it is a good news for who those who believe in it, and those who follow it.

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And at the same time, this is also one of the law, also a warner what is another who isn't the one that gives warning of something harmful? Right? And what's the purpose of warning to frighten the other person only? What's the purpose? Save them, warn them so that they can be alert and they can do something to protect themselves from the danger that you're warning them about.

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So this art is also interviewed at the same time, it warns people of what

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allows displeasure punishment in the hereafter. And it is a warning for who those who don't believe don't accept don't follow

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in throttle on it. Number one, Allah subhanaw taala says who can lead in Israel for corner Allah or de Li akuna Lila Amina Nan de la bless it is he who sent him the criterion upon his servant so that he may be to the world's it Warner.

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We learned that the Quran is an idiom for who or the profits on a lot of numbers and the need for who Lila amin

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so it's not just the disbelievers who need the warning but also who else the believers

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so but she on one or the other, inserted our fire to Allah subhanaw taala says kita onzie de la familia confy sadhika halogen men who live in the lobby where they call it Mini. This is a book revealed to you. So let there not be in your chest any distress from it

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that you may want thereby and also a reminder for the believers.

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So but she on one or the other. This is the balance of the Quran. It gives good news and at the same time it also warrants but what

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The reaction of people for the acceptable home, but most of them have turned away.

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Most of all, most of the people who have received this book, who have come across this book, who have heard of this book, to whom this book has been conveyed to you,

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most of them have turned away. Because when you turn away from something, when you turn away from something when it has come to you, right, if something hasn't come to you turning away from it is completely irrelevant.

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So for our acceleration, acceleration refers to most of the people to whom this Koran has reached, what has been their way that they have turned away from this book,

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turned away from believing in it turned away from following it turned away from trying to understand it, trying to reflect on it on all the total for homeless Maroon, and as a result, they do not listen.

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If you think about it, this color on which is a mercy from Allah, this call on whose eyes are falsely that detailed, this poll on which is an Arabic so that people can understand, especially the Arabs, they have no excuse for not understanding the message of this book. But still, what is the reaction of most people? They don't pay attention to this book, they turn away from it, they disregard it.

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And as a result for homeless men, they don't listen. What does it mean by this latest Maroon summer is of various types.

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One is summer of Iraq, to perceive some sound, to hear some sound.

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And the second type of summer is some of qubool do to listen and accept. Like for example, you say about someone she always listens to me? What does it mean? Whatever I tell her, she always accepts.

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So summer is of a drug some is also off COBOL COBOL? And is the job responding.

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Instead of the room if 52 Allah subhanaw taala says for in Nicoletta smearing Mota, will lead to smear of some Madura either will know what to believe, indeed, you will not make the dead here. What does it mean by this? What kind of service? Do they lack? Some of it rock?

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Those who are dead No matter how much you speak before them? Can they hear the words you say? Can they know they can't.

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So the first type of summaries of Iraq, then inserted and found is 21, a las pantallas, as well as a conical Latina, colusa Mariner woman is Maroon Don't be like those people who say we have heard while they don't actually listen. What does it mean by this? They don't listen to what they have heard, meaning they don't accept.

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So for whom liars marone this is understood in two ways over here.

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That majority of the people have turned away from the Quran. And as a result, they don't even listen to what the Quran says.

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And if you think about it, listening is the first step. If you don't listen, if you don't hear what the other has to say, how can you accept or reject? How can you benefit from what they're telling you? Listening is the first step.

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So because majority of the people have turned away from this book, they don't even listen, they don't like to listen.

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And for whom liars, moron is also understood as that they don't accept, they don't accept the message of the book.

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If you think about it, when does a person not listen to what the other is saying?

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When they don't like what they're saying, when they're not interested? When they find their speech boring? When they find their speech irrelevant. When they find their speech useless. What do they do? They don't even bother to listen. Which is why sometimes a person may be talking. But what do you do you completely zone out? You ignore what they're saying. And you just keep yourself busy in what you're doing. Why? Because you're not interested in what they have to say at all.

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And also, a person does not accept what the other is saying to him when he does not have any respect for him.

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Isn't it?

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Like for example, if your mother asks you bring me a glass of water. If you get up and bring it What does it show? You have respect for her. But if she says Do you want to get a please, please bring me a glass of water you don't move. You're so busy on your phone. She says we're getting late. We have to go and you don't move. You don't get up and put your shoes on. What does that show that you don't have any respect for her? She's telling you over and over and over again. If you had any respect, what would you do? Get up instantly.

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and obey.

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So, when a person does not listen to the other, whether it is somewhat of a DRock, or some of qubool, what does it show lack of interest? It shows disrespect, it shows that he doesn't give any importance to it.

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So what do we learn from this ayah that the majority of the people do not have any respect for the

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majority of the people.

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Because if they had respect for the Quran, they would listen to it, they would listen to its explanation, they would listen to its words, they would listen to its recitation. And when they would listen, they would pay attention. And if they would pay attention, then they would truly benefit from this book.

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So this shows that listening to the Quran is extremely important. That is from where a person can start to get benefit from the book of law.

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And listening means listening to it's still our listening to its explanation listening to discretion over it. Because when you like something, even if you've heard it before, do you like listening to it again? And again, isn't it? It's amazing how sometimes people know the song from the beginning to the end. But what will they do? Listen again and again, when they're in the car, when they're just sitting waiting for someone to come? What's the point? Haven't you heard it before? Of course, but why do you listen? You enjoy it, you love it.

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So if a person loves the Quran, he respects the Hold on, what will he do? Listen to it, when he will listen, then it will have an impact on him.

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Then he will learn what Allah is studying. And only then change can come in his action. So for homeless tomorrow, most people they do not listen.

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And just one side point over here that we have a lot of time on ourselves, especially when we're driving, especially when we're cooking or cleaning, folding laundry, going up and down in the house, especially on the weekends, right? Because we can most people have kept for house chores.

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Now during that time, you could be just doing your work silently, quietly, thinking about things, thinking about what people have said, thinking about what you want to do thinking about the stress of all the work, or you could spend that time listening to the client.

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And when you listen, especially for us because we're studying the Quran, this will only improve our understanding,

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it will strengthen the knowledge that we have learned.

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So make sure that you visit yourself in listening to the client as well. And the thing is, when you listen, it will improve your recitation. It will improve your reflection, it will remind you so listening is the key.

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If it's only a little bit, it's okay. Because children they make noise. They are going up and down the stairs, they will come and ask you something. If it's a little bit only It's okay. Because mainly you're concentrating on the recitation for a moment or two you pause it okay. But if somebody comes in wants to talk to you, there is a phone call, then you should definitely cause a recitation. Okay.

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We'll call you and they say hello buena. Our hearts fee again, nothing are within coverings. First of all, they turn away from the Quran. And they don't listen to the Quran at all. And then further, they say that our hearts are fi akinetic they are in coverings.

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Akina is a plural of Kenan or the plural of can calf noon with the shadowmoon can and what is again, a protective covering a wrap something in which you completely wrap another thing.

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So it's a covering around

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so we'll call localu nafi. Again, nothing they say our hearts are in coverings meaning they are veiled. They are masked. They are wrapped. They are screened. So we do not understand what you have to say.

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This could and that you recite to us we don't get it because our hearts they are in

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MyMathLab the rules una la he from that which you invite us to.

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What is it that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was inviting people to the main thing that he was inviting people

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to hate the worship of Allah alone. And that is the message of the Quran as well.

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So what you call us to we don't understand, why don't we understand because our hearts are in reps. They're in coverings against what you call us do other things we understand.

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But when it comes to what you have to say we don't get it because our hearts are in Akina. memetic una LA.

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Wolfie as a Nina and in our ears are there and is a plural of other

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In our ears is welcomed on a heaviness. Walk is used for heaviness. And especially It is used for the heaviness of the ears. What does it mean by that? heaviness which prevents a person from listening clearly.

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So, in other words, this is like deafness. So a fee as Nina walk around in our ears is a heaviness, difficulty in hearing deafness, which disabled us from listening to what you have to say. We find it so difficult to listen to you, we find it so heavy, when we have to listen to you. We don't have patience over what you have to say.

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When we add in our workload, woman baina and between us we're by nica and between you is hijab, a veil, what is the hijab? A thick barrier, a thick barrier, that is between two things preventing from accessing what is behind the veil, what is behind the barrier,

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you understand that you can't access what is behind the hijab, you can't see through the hijab either. So, when we use the word hijab, for the head covering what does it mean what kind of coverage should it be see through through which ears can be seen and a little bit of hair can be seen and the neck can be seen is that head up? No, what is hijab?

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What is hijab?

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A thick barrier, which does not let you see through which does not let you access what is behind the veil Okay, which does not let you have a glimpse even of that which is behind the veil. So they say a woman baney now Avenida hijab and between us and between you is a veil. What does it mean by this?

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that we do not accept you, we do not understand you. between us is a barrier, a big gap. So we don't understand what you have to say.

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pharma so keep doing the challenge the Prophet sallallahu wasallam farmers so do our model, according to what according to your religion, in Nana ami Luna, indeed, we're also doing Ahmed according to our religion,

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or pharma, go ahead, keep doing what you have to do. keep spreading the message if you want to pharma in an army, we're also doing our work of opposing you, denying you rejecting you. What does this show? This ayah tells us how much averse they work.

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Primarily, this is about to the people of Makkah, how much they dislike the Quran, how much aversion they had for the Quran, how much hatred they had, how far they were from the

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because what do they say over here that our hearts are in wraps in our ears is a heaviness and between us and you is a veil a barrier and when there's a barrier you can't see. Right? So they mentioned three things heart ear, and the third is eyes in a way because the barrier because the very you can't see through.

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If you think about it, a las panatela has created three things which aid a person in understanding, learning, attaining guidance, and what are they hearing, sight and understanding.

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A loss Pantone says in the summer, while Bizarro world for the cooloola economy masuleh

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three things right

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hearing and sight, your ears and your vision. What are they they are the window to the heart. They allow you to perceive different things to grasp different things. And your heart is what understands, analyzes, comprehends and then either accepts or rejects.

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But if you think about it, if the eyes are veiled, and the ears are veiled, and the heart is also veiled, can a person understand? And he listened? Can he accept? No, he cannot.

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So look at their version, look at their dislike, look at their disbelief, the intensity of their disbelief, the intensity of their refusal, that there is no way we can believe in you know where we can understand you. Because our hearts are veiled. We don't see what you have to say. We don't hear what you have to say. There's a big gap between us. There is a veil between us and we don't understand you. So in other words, they're saying don't tell us

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to understand when a person says to the other I don't get what you're saying what does it mean? Stop talking to me. Don't tell me what you have to say. I'm not ready to listen to you. And by the way

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There's a big gap between you and me. I don't understand you, so don't tell me anything.

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Instead of Islam I have 45 to 46 a las panatela says what either

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and when you recite the Quran jalna vena cava vein and leadin la you mean una bella karate, hey Jabba mistura that when you recite the Quran we place between you and those who do not believe in the hereafter a concealed partition or concealed barrier.

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And because of this barrier, what happens? What you're trying to tell them? They don't get it?

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What you show to them, they don't see it. What do you say to them, they don't understand it. Even if it's very eloquent, that it would have a great impact on a normal person. They hear the greatest warning but it doesn't impact them even slightly. Even a little bit.

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What's your Allah Allah Kuru became a kinetic energy of God who was he then he was either the quarterback of the who were lower advanced him new photo that we have placed over their hearts coverings, less they understand it, and in the ears, deafness, and when you mention your Lord alone in the Quran, they turn back in a version.

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So this is the state of who, those people who don't show any interest in the Quran, who don't show any interest in the Quran. No matter what warning is given, no matter what good news is given. It doesn't have any impact. In total, calfire 57 we learned in Niger and now lol Kuru became a kindergarten any of you who will be any worker will enter the room Elon houda, failing to do even better.

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Indeed, we have placed over their hearts coverings less they understand it, and in the ears is deafness. And if you invite them to guidance, they will never be guided ever, never because they don't show any interest. And the first step to attaining guidance is what?

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A person's own personal interest desire to be guided.

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So what does it show that it's not that Allah subhanaw taala has been unjust to them, veiling their hearts and their ears and their eyes? So they don't understand anything? No. It's their own fault. What do we learn, it's a little soft, I have five phenom as well as Avalon kulu boom, when they deviated a lot because their hearts to deviate.

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So we learned from our other accountable, most of the people have turned away and as a result, they're completely prevented from the homeless model.

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So if a person is not interested in the Quran, even if he listens really understand,

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willing, no, but if a person is interested, even if he does not have much knowledge, when he will listen even to a little bit will it have an impact on him? Of course.

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Isn't it amazing? How do different people they benefit completely differently from the Quran? What's the reason? Is it their lack of understanding? Okay, sometimes it happens. But the main reason is interest. The more interest a person has in the Quran, the more he will benefit, the less interest the less he will benefit.