Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 27 – L273B

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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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lesson number 273 sudo to najem I am number one to 30

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sora najem is a Maki surah and is one of the first orders that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited to the public in its entirety in Makkah, from the beginning to the end. And the last day of disorder is an ayah that has a such thing at first due to the law he wanted to do. And we learned from Sahih Bukhari that Abdullah was rude. He said, certain nudging was the first surah, in which a frustration was revealed. The prophets are allowed a sudden he recited it in Makkah, and he frustrated, and he recited it out in the public. And at the conclusion of the suta, he also frustrated because Allah says, as you do the work to do that prostrate to Allah and also worship. Those who were with him did

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the same. So even the machine, they were greatly affected by the Quran that when they heard us to do the law he would do immediately they all fell in frustration, even though they weren't believers. They all did the same, except an old man who took a handful of soil, and he frustrated on it, meaning he did not prostrate with everybody else like you do such the property. He didn't do that he just took a handful of soil, and he put his head on it, meaning as if he did not want to submit, he did not want to accept and later on, I saw him killed as a disbeliever. This is what our dilemma was said about him. And he was omiya even color

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serotonergic has 62 versus 360 words and about 1400 hudl.

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The previous Surah Surah toto it ends with wamena layli. For Sabir who will eat well on noodle during a portion of the night, glorify Him and also glorify Him worship him at what time when the stars disappear when they set and the sooner It begins with one legendary either. However, by the star, when it sets by the star when it descends, Allah subhanaw taala is taking an oath by an agent. What is an

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anonymous isn't Jim's therefore it refers to all of the stars, and is of meaning art and the evening. So it refers to the stars that people know that people see meaning that are in the sky.

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What is the role? What is the function of the stars? What do they do?

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What do they do, will be nudged me, who may have to do by the stars they're guided. So they are a means of guidance how that people can make their way they can tell where they are as they're traveling through the night.

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So in other words, stars, they show you the way in darkness, and in this surah way, revelation

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that is mentioned. Because if you think about it, in the darkness of ignorance that people are in, what is it that shows you the way

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the Quran in this confusion and ignorance that is widespread? What shows you the way to the reality to the truth to success? It's the Quran. So when najmi either However, by the star when it descends when it sets, either however, however, is from the root veterus how well yeah, how are we is to fall to descend. So what does it mean by this by the star when it descends, the descending of the star refers to the setting of the star meaning when the star disappears when it sets and at what time does this happen? At the end of the night, when the sun rises at the beginning of the day. So when luxury either However, when else do stars fall, meaning when else do they shoot when they are shot

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at the sheltering room Alicia thing. So when nigiri either however, what's the job cousin? Melbourne, Lhasa Hey, welcome, your companion has not strayed wamalwa nor has he heard Burleigh Bella, what is Ll misguidance misguidance that is due to ignorance. So now by law Sahiba Khan, your companion has not Bella, meaning he is not ignorant.

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He is not ignorant, one hour, nor has he heard

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from and what is the opposite of being a stray roost is guidance being rightly guided

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And les is to be away from guidance.

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So Melbourne law Hey welcome, one hour, your companion he is not ignorant, nor is he a stray, rather, whatever he is telling you, whatever he is informing you off, that is based on what that is based on knowledge and that is based on right guidance. It is based on religion, and it is based on Rosh malba la Sahib aka mama Kava, when gentle and high when Jehan meaning ignorance and high meaning deviation misguidance when both are negated from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then what does that show that his way? his manhood was based on reason, and therefore his column, whatever he spoke, whatever he conveyed, whatever he practiced whatever he preached, it was all truth because it

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was based on knowledge and right guidance, and this knowledge and right guidance, where has he received it from, from Allah subhana wa Tada.

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So, Mauldin lasar Hey, welcome wamalwa. And notice how it hasn't been said that the messenger is not the law, nor is the loa, but rather what has been said. So he will come your companion

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is to stay with someone for a long period of time it is to be in the companionship of someone who is law have a companion, someone who has been with the other for a very long time. So the prophets are allowed to sell them as described as the Sahaba. Who of the people of Makkah? Why has this word been used? Because your Sahib your companion, someone whom you have been with for a long period of time, don't you know him very well? Of course, you do. So, he has lived amongst you for 40 years, in the same McCann, in the same place, and for a very long time, the same demand, same time he has shared with you, you know him very well. How is it that yesterday you called him saw this and me, and today

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you call him cabinet?

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Yesterday, you considered him to be so good. Yesterday, you considered him to be so truthful. Every suggestion of his you accepted every decision of his you respected. But today, you call him a liar. Today you call him a madman today you say that he has gone astray. Number lasar have become you know him do well to say that he has gone astray. No, you know, his reality.

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And secondly, so I have has also been said over here, because when someone is your companion when someone has been with you for a very long time, what do they deserve from you? support? Not opposition.

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So malga la sahabah como la Villa, when he is your Sahib, you should be supporting him, you should be with him, not that you begin to oppose him. malba lasar hillicon wamalwa? And how could he ever be ignorant and how could he ever be misguided? When will my young tickle Anil Hauer nor does he speak from his own desire, when he doesn't speak of his own desire, then how could he be wrong? How could he be a stray young people from the regulators, new law have not and not is to speak to say that which can be understood.

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So, he does not speak out of desire.

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And However, what does however mean desire of the knifes earlier we learned the word when necessary either. However, what does however mean to fall down, when something falls down from a height

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and and however they are the desires of the knifes Why? Because when a person follows them, when a person pursues them, when he fulfills them, then what happens? He falls down, he gets degraded, he gets humiliated,

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he loses his honor his respect. So when a young Coronel However, he does not speak out of his desire, meaning the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, in any state that he is in, he does not speak from his desire, rather, whatever he teaches, whatever he speaks, whether it is in the form of put on or it is in the form of other than Koran, that is based on what revelation

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and if you think about it, the speech of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. It consisted of three things, meaning basically was three things that he spoke, or whatever his focus based on three things, first of all, the Quran, that which was revealed.

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So when he conveyed that to people, when he communicated that to people, was it his own desire? No, what was it? It was revelation?

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Secondly, his son, whatever he spoke, or whatever, he talked to people, his statements which we consider as soon so those statements also did he speak out of his own desire? No

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Because it was way that was much blue, and there was where he that was made material. So for example I had this footsie the footsie 100, what are they? What the profits are a lot of sort of narrative from his Lord? They're not a part of the Quran. But did he invent them?

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No, this was based on where he played mutlu.

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And even if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said something which is a part of his honor, what was the reason to explain the choice to explain the religion of Allah to us, instead of the natural I 44 we learned well under La ilaha vichara need to be in a nasty man who's either in a la We have revealed the Quran to you so that you explain to the people you clarify to the people, what has been revealed to them. So first of all the prophets are a lot of them spoke what he spoke based on Koran. Secondly, he spoke what he spoke based on Sunnah. And thirdly, he spoke what he spoke based on his he had

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based on his own understanding and reasoning, and whatever that he suggested to people. You see, many people that would come and ask the Prophet sallallahu Sallam questions, various questions.

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And he answered them, based on Quran based on his own, he had as well based on his own reasoning, not based on his desire.

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And we see that if there was any shortcoming in that, he was always corrected instantly immediately.

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Other people, normal people, when we speak, how do we speak sometimes, we speak based on our desire, meaning we like to say something, we are biased, this is how we speak. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam whenever he spoke, it was just whenever he gave an answer, whenever he made a decision, whenever he passed a comment whenever he joked, even how was it, it was based on reality. It was based on truth. It was never based on biases and falsehood, and the whims the desires of the knobs. So he spoke based on three things called an Sona and his he had and his he had even was not based on his desire, it was based on his understanding. And if ever there was a mistake, then it was

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corrected instantly immediately.

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Like, for example, we learned about, you know, once a woman she came to the prophet SAW a lot of subtle complaining to him, that her husband had beat her. So what did he tell her?

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Go meet him.

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I mean, take revenge. But then he called her back and said, No, don't. Because he was corrected, this is not the right thing to do, because it's going to lead to more.

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We learn about so many other incidents, like for example, the profits or losses, and when he made honey haram upon himself, he was stopped immediately. Similarly, we learned that once a man came to the Prophet sallallahu said, when he asked, I fight in the way of Allah, if I am killed, will I enter paradise? The Prophet said, Yes. But I was leaving and rebuke him and he told him, that whoever dies in the way of Allah will go to jail now, except for the one who is in debt,

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except for the one who is in debt, meaning until his debt is paid, he's not entering gentlemen.

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So whenever he spoke, he spoke based on Quran, Sunnah, and his, he had never out of his own desire. And other people, normal people, they speak what they speak based on their desire. So over here lessons when I anticolonial, however,

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what does it show to us? that whatever the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, has said, anything he has said, it has to be taken seriously. Any statement of the Prophet has to be taken seriously. We cannot say, oh, what if he didn't realize? What if he was just saying, What if he didn't really mean it? What if it was only meant for that person? No. Any statement of the Prophet we have to take it seriously.

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We learn to live in America. As he said, I used to record everything I heard from the Messenger of Allah. So it would be preserved. Because the statements of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also they were very profound, very special, very important. So he would write it down. And some people from the Quran, obviously, they were Muslim, they discouraged me. They said, Why do you write everything and they said, you record everything you hear from the Messenger of Allah, even though he's a human. And sometimes he speaks when he's angry. So they discouraged him. So I stopped recording the Hadees for a while. But later, I mentioned what they had said to the Messenger of Allah. And he said, Look,

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the folder the FCB, a de Maharaja meanie in Hulk, right? Meaning right what I say, because by he in whose hand is my soul, every word that comes out of me is the truth. Because what does the

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last a while now young Anil, however, he does not speak based on his desire, whatever he says, has to be taken seriously.

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We also learned about a lid on who he narrated that when they said O Messenger of Allah, do you make jokes with us meeting with us, however, they said, you joke with us? You laugh with us. So he replied, I said nothing but the truth, even when he joked, he didn't say anything but the truth.

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Because when I don't do an in house,

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then what is it that he's speaking? What is it that he's telling the people in who were here? It is not but a revelation, that is you? That is revealed in Hua Hua what is referred to that which he speaks. So whenever he speaks, that is based on what it is what what hewn revelation that is, you have revealed revealed to who revealed to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam by who, by Allah. So in other words, he only tells the people what he has been told. He only conveys to the people what he has been commanded to convey in its entirety, without any additions or deletions or any alterations. What do we learn? Yeah, you are so Balu, Maroons era in a karate that convey everything that has

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been revealed to you from your Lord.

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So, in one hour, you you have whatever the Prophet said, Whatever he conveyed, whatever he taught was the truth. And therefore it has to be taken seriously.

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Yes, in one or Anil Hakeem in macadamia mousseline, Allah said often, Mr. Clean. So if he was on our Serato monster team, what does it mean? We have to take everything he did and said seriously,

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into the shoulder 50 to one in Nicoletta, the inner Seraphim was ducking.

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Therefore, every person must remove all doubts that he may have concerning the profits of a bonus. that perhaps he made a mistake. Or perhaps he lied now? No.

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Perhaps he made it up No way. He could not have made it up. You know, the iron total adds up to 15 fc come along with nobody reduction ness, will allow a hacker under shell.

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What did I show that on an essay concerning that if the profits are allowed to center where to conceal anything, he will conceal that?

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But he didn't.

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Because when I went to Cornell, however, he conveyed exactly what was revealed to him. He didn't speak out of his own desire. He didn't speak out of his own inclination. So how did you receive this? Where he in her illawarra?

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Where did he get this from? How did it come to him? Allah says Allah who taught him who taught him she didn't.

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The one who is intense in strength, in his might in his power, meaning someone very powerful, has taught him this way.

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Who does it refer to gibreel?

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Because Angel jabril is the one who conveyed the word he who brought the word he to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in a lover who knew her. You have I who I love her who she didn't cover, obviously, at the command of Allah serpentine.

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But notice how, why revelation, it has been called taleem over here, I llama

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because gibreel taught the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he didn't just convey the Quran, and that's it. No, he taught the entrepreneur.

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He didn't just convey the religion but he also taught how like for example, when it comes to solder.

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In the Quran, we are told many times about prayer. But we learned that gibreel taught the Prophet sallallahu Sallam how to pray. So I lemahieu What does it show that religion has to be learned? This Deen has to be learned from who from a teacher. It cannot be that a person just reads read reads and he learns everything himself. Or that he assumes no learning from a teacher is necessary. Because it's quite possible that you're reading something and you misunderstand.

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You're reading something and you leave out a point or that you get confused. And you have questions that are never answered. You have doubts that are never clarified. So learning from a teacher is important. And we see that the Prophet sort of on the side of also he was appointed a teacher. So I lemahieu shadow and jabril How does Allah describe him shadow koa. shady meaning intense? intense in what? In his and Coca

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Cola is the plural of the word cool.

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So notice, he wasn't just shaded in his schoolwork, but he was shaded in his schoolwork in his strengths in his powers. What is it show

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jabril has many powers that Allah has given. And all of those powers, he is very strong and firm, very intensive.

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He has many abilities, many strengths, and all those strengths and abilities, intense, awesome power. Like for example, we see that first of all, when it comes to Revelation of an even, it was so difficult for the prophets of Allah for them to receive why

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it was so heavy upon him, that he would begin to sweat when it was very cold.

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That if he wasn't a camel, the camel would kneel down, it would stop.

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So just imagine, the revelation was so heavy. Imagine the one who is bringing the revelation then

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from beta, all the way to the profits of the Law Center. So he has to be someone who is mighty in his physical strength. This is something heavy, something very serious.

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Then we also learned that jabril is the one who upturned the cities of two people have moved on insulin will move to Africa modificata Haha, so imagine lifting up those cities, turning them upside down and throwing them back?

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Then also, we learned that from his Saheb, from the scream of gibreel, many nations many people were destroyed. Many times it's unfair to say how many scholars say that the site had the sound. The screen was produced by Who do you believe because of that nations were wiped out they were destroyed they were finished. So Allah who shadow Cova What is it show? That the one who brought the Quran to the Prophet, he is so mighty, he is so strong.

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If you think about it, the messenger, the human messenger, he possess the best qualities and the angel messenger who wrote the Quran, even he possessed the best qualities which qualities that you possess of strength. We learn in sort of duckweed 19 to 21 in the hula kotova sulan Kareem

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an angel Louis Kareem noble, the

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possessor of power Mike Rinder will Archie McKean and with the Owner of the Throne secure in position matar in one who is obeyed some then Moreover, he is also a mean one who's trustworthy

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shadow Chua. He was strong, he was a mean he was Kareem. And when he has these qualities, it's not possible that he would fall short in conveying the revelation.

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He did not fall short in conveying the revelation and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam even he did not fall short in conveying the Quran to the people

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in sort of sharada I 192 to 194 we learn what in the hula Tenzin or berala mean, nevertheless, the Hebrew one and lean over there a lot describes gibreel as a rural Ameen trustworthy reliable sound.

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So I never who should either

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zoom a lot in one of sadness for stoer then he rose to do Mira another attribute of roof debris. Miller is from the rural veterans mean or notice this is not Mandala. Mandala is to pass Okay, this is Mila. It's a noun. And Milla has two meanings. First of all, liberal means strength, power,

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and murottal heaven. What is Hubbell wrote a lot of two is that I twisted the fibers in order to make a rope. You have all these threads, right strings, fibers, you twist them around, you tightly twist them to bend them why in order to make a rope in order to make it very firm. And if you don't twist them tightly, then is it going to be a firm, strong rope? No, it won't be strong. You will tie one knot with it, you tie something with it and very easily it will come apart. So Miller gives a meaning of strength. Power might should.

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Sometimes it's also used for determination. And others say that specifically Miller is mental strength.

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Besides physical strength, it's also mental strength, which is why a person who is very wise and very intelligent is also described as Lumumba. So earlier should either physically in his abilities in his powers, very mighty, and Zhu Milla, meaning possessing mental strength as well. Sound mature, why is intelligent, sharp mentally fit? It wasn't the gibreel was bringing something and he forgot. No, it wasn't that he

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Forgot to convey something not at all. Mentally strong, physically strong, capable of conveying

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do Midleton. And secondly, the word mirror also means person, beauty, Jamal. So the mirror means that he possessed a beautiful appearance as well.

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It wasn't that he was terrifying in his appearance, because if he was terrifying in his appearance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would find it very difficult to learn from him. Because after all, he was a human being. We learned that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Sergey Brin in his original true form, wasn't frightened of him. Like did that image onto him. No, it didn't. And imagine if someone sees someone huge as you're discovering the entire horizon. Wouldn't that terrify you? But the appearance of gibreel was beautiful, beautiful blue millet in Kota besides that every person who is mature sound in mind and also has good opinion than he is called Zuma by the Arabs. And not just

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mature sound in mind intelligent but also possessing a beautiful appearance. So do Midleton, one of soundness? First, there were then he rose in full form,

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is still a scene where the word is the word has several meanings. When the word is the word comes with Allah, then what does it mean to rise to ascend? So must our, our level of leaders to Allah, God, it has to way too early. So it's 31 comes with Allah, what meaning does it give, to rise to ascend? So do Midlothian festiva gibreel he taught the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam one who is very mighty in his power, and he's also possessing a very beautiful appearance. And then first our meaning he came, he conveyed and then he rose.

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He came he brought the revelation. He descended from the sky brought the revelation conveyed the revelation and then rules.

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Secondly, the word is the word when it's mentioned by itself, meaning there is no Ella Ella, any other preposition with it. That gives the meaning of Kamala to be complete, to be perfect. Willem Bella should the who was slower when he reached his age of maturity and he became complete in every respect, physically, mentally, emotionally.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala gave in Providence. So first of all over here, what meaning does it give, that he appeared in his full, complete form?

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gibreel when he conveyed the revelation to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he appeared in his full, complete form, in his true form,

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in his true form, festa wha, wha hoo. While he was bill to fulfill urla, in the higher part of the horizon.

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These ads are basically describing the early part of the prophethood when the prophets are the loudest and receive revelation. At that time, it was that he saw God in His original form, not the first revelation, but after that. So this is what is being described over here.

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That jabril he possesses these powers these abilities for stowa he rose to his full form complete form so the Prophet could see him.

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And when was it? Where was it? Well, who will offical Allah wa jabril debris was in the higher part of the horizon, and is a singular of the word FL. And we have done the word FF earlier, selenium is in FL FLP will be unforeseen and overlook is the point where the sky and the earth appear to meet. So it's the horizon

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where the sky and the earth appeared to me, it's far in the distance, it's also high. And it's also where the sun rises from and where the sun sets. This is perfect, but overall, is described over here as an overkill. Allah, the highest, the highest part of the horizon, meaning in the range of vision, the highest part that you could have up in the sky.

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So we'll have a bit overkill earlier from up in the horizon. That is where the profits are a lot of Samsung, do you believe

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we learned Muslims have to live in this earth He said, The Messenger of Allah saw jabril in his original shape.

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This is in Muslim Dharma, he saw jabril in his original shape, while jabril had 600 wings 600 wings, so imagine 600 wings, and Allah covering the entire horizon. And earlier we learned the middle row and one of the meanings of zoom is beautiful in his appearance, and in this video,

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Which is in roughly 100 we learned that each wing covering the side of the horizon from his wings, precious stones, or something of the like we're dropping of which only Allah has knowledge of.

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This is a Muslim. so precious stones, meaning it was beautiful, his appearance has wings even they were beautiful. The milotic were horrible offical Allah. So, Medina, then he approached further than LA and he descended some, this shows that I think there was meaning he was up in the horizon, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam saw him and then gibril then he came close, then I found the routers that known well do know and do know is to be close to come near dunya is also from the same route, why because dunia is closer compared to compared to the aphylla. So then a farla, meaning korova he came close, came close to who drew near to hoop to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and further della.

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Then he descended, descended, meaning drew even closer to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam because he was up in the sky. In the horizon debris, he drew closer, and then he descended the left from the rotators. Dan lamb Well, then, Daniel is a water bucket. What do you do with a water bucket? You throw it down into the well, you drop it down. So the law is when something draws near, it goes down, it descends easily. So Donner, he came close further than lair, and then he came down. Then he descended, he lowered to who? To the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So he descended close to him. He approached him and he descended close to him down to him. And how close was he to the Prophet

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sallallahu wasallam. for Canada, so he was Kavakos at a distance of two ball lengths. Oh, Adena, or even nearer, even closer than that,

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over from the root letters of well, the

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pub, this is by the way, a noun, don't consider it to be in the structure of ferula. This is

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called is the distance the short span between the middle and end of double?

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bow and arrow.

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Okay, that's what we're talking about. a bow and arrow, have is the distance the very short distance between the middle and the end of the bow?

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So you have the boat is the arc? Where do you hold the ball from the middle? So from where you hold it to the end of the boat? That is what?

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So each ball, how many cards does it have to

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just make a sea and right in the middle of the sea draw line, make a point over there. So that point is where you hold the ball from.

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And then you push your hand and you pull the string towards you. So from where you're holding your hand to the edge of the ball is what one cup and each bow has to carb.

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So carb is what a very short distance, very small distance. So he was a distance. How long was that distance outside of two ball lengths? Both saying is a duel off both from the real fetters off well see. And close literally means guitar minute

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make a circle a part of a circle What is it an arc?

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And if you look at a bowl, what is it shaped like?

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an arc it's like a part of a circle. So, this is our supposes what a bow bow saying duboce so a distance of two balls.

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How long is that distance? Very short, isn't it so? So for Canada former co sany he was at a distance of two bone lengths. This is just a method an example a description to show how close he was in distance the profits are a lot of sudden Oh other now or even closer, even nearer at dinner. This is from then on well as well from then and then in an add in a more closer more near. So he was even closer than that.

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Now our containing this can be understood as the distance of turbolinks and otherwise, the Arab they also use this as a phrase. Arbuckle saying was a phrase a phrase that expressed the unity of two people or two tribes. For example, if there were two tribes and they became hollyleaf of each other

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They became highly of each other to mark that, that we have now become one, we are now the same, what would they do that a person from one tribe and a person from the other tribe, they would both come with their bows. And they would join their bullets together. And they will put only one arrow, and they would shoot one arrow from DuBose, indicating that now we are one and the same.

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We are now one and the same. So cavaco same, when the two poles when the two bows would come together, what's the distance between the two? Nothing?

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You get it? It was nothing. Oh, other night or even closer. And we learned that when gbu came, and he and he brought the first revelation of the profits out of Lotus and and what did he do? He squeezed him. So for canopy cavaco sany Oh, Adena? What does it show?

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That in order to learn properly? Should you be sitting very, very far.

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Should you be no, the closer you are, the better it is to convey, the easier it is to convey the easier it is to receive. Because you know, when you're sitting too far, then what happens? I can't see you. I can tell your expressions. I don't know if you're getting it, you're not getting it. This is why I look at the girls in the front. Why? Because when they're sitting in the front, I feel I'm communicating with someone. When you feel you're communicating with someone they're responding to you when they don't get it to look at you. You can actually convey you know that they're getting it or they're not getting it. And people who sit far, it's difficult. So look, even when it came to

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Revelation debrief, he came so close to the Prophet sallallahu said we can overcome it.

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And then for OHA Illa de then he revealed to his servant who servant, the servant of Allah, ma Oh Ha, whatever he revealed.

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So for owha illa over the he

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then he revealed to his servant, the servant of Allah meeting Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. Man, Oh, hell, whatever he revealed, what is it that he revealed the Quran? So why isn't it simply said then he revealed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to show the greatness

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because when something is not mentioned in words, when something is not described, and it's just said in this way, ma, ma, then it shows the greatness of that it shows the exaltation of its great status. This is just like for her she Yahoo mineralium mi Maharshi. So it covered them of the river, whatever that covered them, meaning that which covered them of the river of the sea. It was great. It was enormous, meaning huge waves, big waves, giant waves that drowned them. The people are for their own. And over here for OHA Illa de ma. So gibreel conveyed to a law servant, Hamilton Monticello, wherever he can be.

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Mirka who do the heart did not lie

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about what it saw the heart of the heart of the prophets.

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what he saw with his eyes is what he perceived in his heart.

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When he saw debris, it wasn't an illusion.

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It wasn't a deception of the eyes. It wasn't that he actually saw something else. And he understood something else no matter Well, I do know. The heart did not lie about what it saw. This is very deep.

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You see what you see with your eyes?

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Eventually, that image what happens to it? It is analyzed by your heart and mind, isn't it? So how you look at something like okay, is it a box? Is it a book? You keep looking? You keep analyzing and your heart tells you Okay, it's a box. It's not a book.

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So, over here, Allah subhanaw taala is saying that what he saw with the eyes, that's exactly what the heart perceived.

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What he understood, was the reality. It wasn't that he misunderstood. So in other words, when he saw jabril, he actually saw Jubilee. Sometimes it happens, that we see something and we understand something else. We think we see something but in fact, we get something else. we misunderstand. We don't get it. But here Allah says maca devil for tomorrow. There was no contradiction in his eye and mind. What he saw with his eyes is what he understood in his heart. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in other words he saw deleted with his own eyes and there is no doubt about this. There is absolutely no doubt about this. He actually saw him marketable for tomorrow.

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Allah says efa tomorrow, una

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So will you dispute with him who those who didn't believe in him and tomorrow Oona from Mira Mira is to argue dispute about something that is considered doubtful that a person has doubt about. So after tomorrow No, do you doubt with him, I am a euro over what he sees, meaning he actually saw debris, and you're disputing with him concerning that. He did not see something else and understand something else. No, what he understood was actually what he saw. So why would you dispute with him concerning what he saw, in other words, he actually saw debris. So this revelation that God brought is true. It's not the Prophet salallahu illusion or the villa. No, this was true, this happened, he

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received this revelation, he saw gibreel.

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And in the following is now the incident of Mirage is also mentioned because Allah says, Allah, Allah who desolate and that certainly the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saw gibreel at another descent as well meaning at another time as well. Another time when Jew beetle descended, and that was at the time of marriage, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was gifted with a journey of Islam and marriage, Islam, the journey of Islam, the night journey from beta LA to beta blockers, that is mentioned in pseudo Islam Subhana Allah DSLR de Leyland, Elon Musk, little halloumi, Elon Musk oxen, and then from there was the journey of Mirage up to the heavens. And this journey of Mirage up to the heavens

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that is mentioned were in sort of magic.

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So it's what is mentioned were pseudo so and Mirage, as mentioned, were insulated. And remember that this journey was with body and soul, and he was awake, it was not a dream. He actually went there physically, it wasn't just that his soul was taken while he was sleeping. No. Because as we learn in total, so br D and ABS refers to a servant meaning flesh and bones, soul living, alive, awake.

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And he experienced everything that he told us about. And he experienced everything that is mentioned in the Quran as well. It was all true. It was not his imagination.

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And the mushrikeen of Makkah, what did they say with regards to the journey of Islam? Verilog it was only a dream. they doubted him concerning that. They did not want to accept that it was actually a physical trip. They could not comprehend that. They could not accept that. And if the prophets are a lot of them said it was a dream, then would they have any problem with it? No, because a person can dream anything.

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This is why intro to Islam is 60 we learn why majerle narrow ii allottee la NACA Illa fitness and leanness that this route Yeah, this vision you had while you were gone. While on the trip of Islam, Mirage, whatever you saw and you told people about it. This has become what a fitna for people, a test for people. So they disputed with him. This is why Allah says affetto meluna who Allah May Allah, are you disputing with him over what he sees? Meaning he went for the night journey? He went for the ascension, he went for a mirage, and he saw whatever he saw, it wasn't that he imagined everything. Or he misunderstood. No, it was a reality. Would you dispute with him concerning what he

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saw? When a cardinal error who and certainly he saw him, meaning he saw debris mezlan aha, in another descent, NASA Latin, this is a noun coming down, descent. So jabril he descended another time, and the profits are abolished. Adam saw him, which was this other time at Mira Lodge.

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The first time the prophets Allah Islam saw him was in the early period of Prophet, early period of Prophet and the second time that he saw him in his original form was when he was carried on the night journey. And where was it that he saw Jubilee or in the near Sidra, till monta at the Lord tree of the utmost boundary. Sidra Seto is a low tree. And this tree cannot be compared to the tree of dunia because this is where at alimenta at the utmost boundary.

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And Wanda is from the room, clatters noon Hi, Nikki, what does it mean to stop and in the hair is the end the final boundary the edge of something because you stop there you don't continue you stop there, you cannot go any further.

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So, one to have the utmost boundary, the ultimate boundary. What is this ultimate boundary

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This is referring to the seventh heaven

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Beyond which even gibreel is not allowed to go,

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because above it is Allah subhanaw taala. So alimenta This is the ultimate boundary, even the angel cannot go there.

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And at that place is a Sidra is a low tree. And this law tree is not like the lottery of this dunya as I mentioned to you earlier, and from our Hadith we learned that the fruits of this tree are like pictures. And the leaves are similar to elephant ears mean just as elephant ears are huge, huge and their size. Similarly, the leaves of this tree are also huge. The reality obviously is known to a loss of habitat. But here a loss of panel data says that the profits are a lot of them saw debris, and they're in the hand near it, meaning near Seattle monta Herefordshire says a lot of mountain near the Seventh Heaven is what Jen Nuttall, the garden of refuge general, the garden of abode,

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who will live over there, those whom Allah subhanaw taala admits into his agenda. Right? So Allah Allah of the Abode sir in the head genital remember I mentioned to you once upon a time that the seven skies don't confuse them with Janet's okay. Because the skies they are seven and Jeanette are they seven? No, there are levels are many more than that as many as the ayat of the Quran. So we learn over here, that there is a seventh heaven and near it close to it is what Jonathan was a gentleman why something completely different.

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It's something completely different than the seven skies. So in the hair gentleman over there, the profits anabolism side up edlc dourada, when they're covered the Lord tree, what covered the Lord tree, my yellow shirt that which covered it, meaning, you cannot describe it in words, that which covered the tree is not describable at all. You cannot describe it. It's something amazing. There is no word in the dictionary that could explain it. What was it miosha

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meaning in its beauty, in its German in its Are you cannot describe it that which covered the luxury. Even Kathy have said that angels had covered the load tree just as how birds they cover a tree, that they're sitting all over the tree cemetery many angels had covered the tree and this cannot be described in words. Then others have said that golden locusts or golden butterflies they had covered the tree.

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Others have said that it was new, that is what had covered the tree. But the Quran is silent. Whatever it was, it was something great. It was something magnificent.

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It Yasha Siddhartha miosha Allah says Mirza well bustle, one motto, the site did not swear nor did it transgress, while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was there. And he was being given revelation. And he was being made to see so many different things. He was being taught so many things. At that point, his boss did not. Nor did it, Paul zela is from Zay Zay Zay

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xevo. Zero is when something goes right or left, instead of going straight. It's supposed to go straight, but where does it go right or left so it deviates. This is why we make the out of vanilla to zylka lubaina don't deviate our hearts. So when something's worse from the object of vision, and Taha is to go beyond the boundary to exceed the proper bounds. So, Taha is to look beyond what a person is allowed to look at,

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to look beyond what a person is allowed to look at. So we see that at that moment, at that place, the profits or losses, observe the best of manners, the best of other the best of advocates out that he was in a place that was new. That was strange. That was very unique. That was very special.

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But look at how he controlled his glances. Even he controlled his gaze even. He didn't look here and there in all, he didn't. And he didn't look beyond what he was allowed to look at, but rather his gaze, it was humbled.

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Because this is how a person should be when he's learning.

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Just imagine he's up in the heavens, or in the Santa Monica. That's where he is. And imagine he's not looking here there. If y'all sit automa yaksha You can't even describe what had covered the tree. Right? But look at him. He's not looking here and there.

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Any other person

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goes to a new place goes to a strange place. What is he going to do? Last? Last? Hi, Ron, looking at one thing after the other, and you're talking to him, he can't hear you,

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isn't it? You tell him something he's lost in his own world. But the profits are about to settle Meza Hold on. A minute one Otto is the humble his patience, his tolerance and self control. His other the respect that he had is shown is demonstrated Mozelle Bizarro,

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he controlled his glands.

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Luckily, he certainly saw mean 80 of the of the signs of his Lord with signs and khubilai the greatest he certainly saw of the greatest signs of his Lord, yet, yet his gaze, his eyes, they were controlled. Well Cobra is a feminine of the word Aqua, greatest signs of Islam. On the journey of Islam and Mirage, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saw some most amazing things amazing what was shown to him. First of all, we see that he saw Angel Jubilee. Imagine seeing an angel. It's not something small. Then he saw the rock because that's what he traveled on. Even that is not something small. And it's not the Night Journey. When he went to Bethel noctus. We met many messengers. He led them

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in prayer

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on the mirror lodge as he ascended up the heavens, then again, he saw many messengers over there, then citrato monta

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and then Allah subhanaw taala spoke to him. He was shown heaven and hell he was shown many things, amazing things. The cuddalore me at obihiro Cobra, Allah subhanaw taala gave him all this knowledge. He's not speaking out of his own desire. So whatever he speaks, whatever he tells you, whatever he teaches you, that's based on what knowledge that was given to him.

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