Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P03 040B Tafsir Aal-e-Imran 1-3

Taimiyyah Zubair
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I will be there in a minute shaytani R rajim Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim

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lesson number 40 Sula, earlier one I have one to 13.

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Earlier Milan literally means Family of Imran And meaning family. And Imran was the maternal grandfather of reciting Salam.

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And the surah is named Sudha earlier Milan because the verses 33 onwards of this surah mentioned the story of the Bertha Medina Murni Salaam and then a 37. The Family of Imran

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sola on Iran is the third Surah of the Quran, the first being slaughtered Fatiha, the second being an Bacala. And third being ally, Iran. And remember that it is not Al Imran. It's Al

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and there are 200 versus 3542 words and about 15,000 letters in the Surah.

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Some had said that 15,336 in particular.

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So another book has 286 verses. So the earlier one has 200 So Al Baqarah has 286 86 more.

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And in total Bacara there are 6031 words. So so far, you have read how many words 6031.

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And I'd like you to multiply that by seven times. Why? Because you did the word to word seven times

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and multiply that by 10 times because every word every letter, in fact that a person reads how much reward does he get 10 times and in surah baqarah there are 20,000 letters.

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And so the earlier one has about 15,000

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So the other one is a Medina surah. What does it mean by that? That it was revealed after the Hijra after the Prophet salallahu Salam

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and the first 83 ayat of the surah were revealed. When a delegation from neutron arrived in Medina,

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this delegation, this group of people who came from neutron they were Christians, and they came to Medina in the year 632. And basically, they came to ask the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about Islam and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam invited them to accept Islam as well. In terms of Revelation, this Surah Surah, earlier one was revealed after Surah Baqarah.

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So earlier Iran and Surah Al Baqarah. They are known as twin sisters, twins of each other. Why? Because both are very similar to each other.

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There are many similarities between these two souls. And also if you think of it that ahaadeeth had mentioned about the reward, the benefit of reciting Surah Baqarah. Many times sort of earlier one is mentioned as well. For example, the Hadith that I mentioned to you that learn surah baqarah and Ali Imran why? Because there are two lights, and they shared their people on the Day of Resurrection just as two clouds, two spaces of shade or two lines of flying birds. So Surah, Baqarah and surah. Earlier, Amman are very similar to each other, and many times they are mentioned together.

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What are some similarities between the two solos?

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First of all, they're both very long in their length, they're similar. They're overages.

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Also I can look at it both sources. They begin with Elif Lam mean Surah Baqarah begins with Alif Lam Meem And so earlier Imran also begins with Elif lomi, the same huddled Macatawa are mentioned at the beginning of both the sutras

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similarly, both the sutras begin with the mention of Al Kitab of the revelation of the Book in Surah Al Baqarah we learned Valley Kalki taboo, la Buffy he

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into earlier in one we read what does the Quran say Nasrallah are like Al Kitab will help. So, both the surah is begin with Alif Lam Meem. And both of them also begin with the mention of the book.

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We learn that in Surah Al Baqarah. At the beginning three groups of people are mentioned who are they the mood to clean the caffeine and when if you clean and at the beginning of soda earlier, more than two groups of people are mentioned. Who are they? Those who are Rossi, Hoonah. Farrell, those who are firmly grounded in knowledge and those who

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deviate. So two groups of people, two categories of people are also mentioned at the beginning of surah. Earlier among the believers I mentioned and the disbelievers I mentioned

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similarity there at the beginning of Surah Al Baqarah. The story of the creation of Adam or the surname was mentioned

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Islam itself

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and in surah, earlier and one at the beginning, the story of the creation of reciting surah is mentioned the birth of recited sometimes mentioned.

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Also, if you look at it Surah Bacara, almost an entire Jews is devoted to addressing who the first is, most of it addresses the Bani Israel

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and who are they educated people of the book. So, one group of the advocates of the Bani Israel, they were addressed in surah baqarah and the other group the Christians, they are mentioned where they're addressed in Sudan earlier in one.

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And another similarity is that both of these sutras conclude with a girl with a supplication

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at the end of Surah Baqarah Anwar is mentioned and at the end of Surah, Allier. Mon also, Dre is mentioned

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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I live learn mean,

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these are Halluf Mahkota. They are the DIS jointed letters.

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And primarily these letters are hopeful Yuja meaning they're of the Arabic alphabet. And if lamb mean, just as you have a leaf there.

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Similarly Elif Lam, meme or after Hilfiger.

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They're always written together. As you can see, however, they are read separately.

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You don't read these letters with any haircut. You don't read them as alum or Aleem Ilima No, you don't put any Hello Cat on them to join the letters, but rather, you read each of the letters separately, and live lamb mean.

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So they're not read according to the way that they are written, but they are read according to the name of the particular letter.

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And this is the reason why they are known as Halluf Macatawa because Macatawa is from Qatar which means to cut. So although they're written together, but they are recited separately, Elif as the name of the letter, you don't say you don't say you don't say how do you say Alif Lam me with the name of the letter.

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And these letters the whom have uttered 14 of the Arabic alphabet appear in this way at the beginning of 29 tours of the Quran as further meaning as for the purpose, there are many opinions amongst the scholars as to what they mean as to what their purpose is why they are mentioned in the Quran. However, all of these opinions can be summarized in four points. That first of all, because if you open any book on original Quran, if you open a book on tafsir, you will find many opinions. All of these can be summarized into four points. And what are they that some have said that these hurdles Mahkota have a meaning they actually mean something.

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And scholars are different concerning their exact meaning. Some have said that these who have Mahkota are abbreviations for the name of Allah subhanaw taala.

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They say that these letters, what are the abbreviations for some of the names of Allah subhanaw taala so Elif is for Allah. And others have said that no, they're not abbreviations for the name of Allah, but rather their abbreviations for the name of the surah.

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They are abbreviations for the name of the Surah At the beginning of which they appear.

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And others have given some other meanings. That for example, a particular hook Macatawa for example, for her or using its other names of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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However, there is no solid evidence behind these meanings. Because to give a particular meaning, you have to have some text of the Quran or after sunnah, supporting that meaning, but you don't find anything like that in the Quran and Sunnah that clearly tells us that this is what these letters mean.

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So this is one opinion. Another opinion is that this roof there are Hello fija here, there are the Arabic alphabet and the Arabic alphabet do not have a meaning isn't Elif what does it mean? But on its own, what does it mean? It doesn't have any meaning. When it's put in a particular context, like for example, the letter bear, when it's put in a particular context, when it's a particular type of house, then it has a meaning but on its own bat. Elif does not have a meaning. So scholars have said that these are refugia II and they do not have a meaning any purpose.

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Second remaining.

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Thirdly, it has been said that these Halluf Hida ear they have a meaning. And why? Because nothing meaningless can be in the Quran.

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It's not possible that there is something in the Quran that does not carry meaning. We know that every side letter, every extra letter is there for a reason. Is there for a purpose? And what is that to add emphasis? So similarly, how is it possible that there will be letters at the beginning of so many songs 29 solos, but they don't mean anything. So, some scholars have said that they have a meaning because there can be nothing meaningless in the Quran. And because we have not been informed of the meaning, it would be incorrect to speculate it would be incorrect to guess, Allah subhanaw taala alone is the one who knows about the meaning. So we should not guess that this is

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what it means or this is what it doesn't mean, no, they have a meaning. That's all we know, what is the exact meaning we should not guess? Fourthly, it has been said that we must take these letters as they are.

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And we should not go beyond reciting them.

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In the sense that the only thing that we should do with these letters is we should only recite them. And then we should say, Allah who are alone, with regards to the meaning of these letters, and the purpose of these letters, we should not say that these letters have a meaning. Or these letters don't have a meaning, or they have a purpose, or they don't have a purpose. We should not say anything, we should just remain quiet. Why? Because if there is a meaning, we don't know of it, if there is a meaning we don't know of it. So therefore, we must not go beyond only reciting these letters, we should not go into what they mean what they don't mean, just recite them. And that's it.

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So these are four opinions with regards to the Hoover Dam.

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Now, which one is it that scholars have preferred? Most?

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It's the second opinion.

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And what is it that these letters are of the Ruth huger ear? Why? Because they are read in that way. They are the Arabic alphabet. Why? Because you read them in that way. You say olive lamb me? You say calf hair? Yeah, I thought you actually take the name of the letter. So that is the evidence that these letters are the hoof major ear. And we also learn from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that greeting these letters is a means of reward.

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam said that whenever Kulu Alif Lam Meem have I don't say that LF la meme is a have been any phone, her phone, when I'm on her phone when I'm on her phone.

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So we see that these heroes, they are of the whole future ear.

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Now what do they mean? Obviously, we don't know the meaning.

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And because they are Ruhija ear, they don't have a translation.

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Because there are the proofreader ear, there are the Arabic alphabet, they don't have a translation, you don't translate them. In certain places where you see the letter bear, or you see the letter lamb, you translate it. Why? Because it's a particular type of health over here. And if not, I mean, this is Rufiji ear, so therefore they don't have a translation.

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And as for the reason as to why Allah subhanaw taala chose these letters in particular, why is it Alif Lam, Meem? And not better off? Why? We don't know about that. And why did you put these letters in this order? Also, we don't know the wisdom behind that. We don't know the reason behind that. However, we must understand that these are the hula vija yes, they don't have a meaning. But it's not possible that Allah would put something in his book that is completely meaningless. That is purposeless. So yes, we say that these letters don't have a meaning, but they have a purpose. There is a reason as to why these hurdles are mentioned in the Quran in this way. And what is that reason?

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What is that hikma? What is that wisdom? Many scholars have presented their opinions. For example, it has been said that these letters are there. Why? To draw the listeners attention.

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When le flam meme, when it's red with a mud, what happens? If somebody is talking? If somebody is busy doing something else immediately what happens? You're drawn. Okay, what's going on? What was that? However, other scholars have disagreed with this opinion. Why? Because if you think of it, the Muslims when the Quran was recited, they were already paying attention.

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And if it was necessary, dimension the hurdle of Mahkota at the big

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needing to draw the attention of the listener, then the hoof Mahkota, should have been mentioned at the beginning of every surah.

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But they're not mentioned at the beginning of every sutra.

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And it would be necessary to repeat these little Mahkota every now. And then, if you look at sort of the Bacala, it's over three Jews.

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So anybody, if they listen to the entire song, right, once they would lose their concentration, halfway through wars, especially if they don't believe in it, especially if they're not interested in especially they're making noise, when the Quran has been recited. So this is the reason why the Scholars have disagreed with this opinion that they're not just for the sake of drawing the attention of the listener.

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Other scholars have said that the reason the wisdom behind mentioning these letters, is that the Arabs, they are being reminded that this Quran that you're listening to, it is composed of which letters of the letters that you're very familiar with. The letters that human beings uttered, that human beings speak, you use the same letters, to make up words, to make sentences. It's your own language, it's your own roof. But can you produce something like the Quran? Can you imitate the style of the Quran? The content of the Quran with the same roof? You cannot? Alif Lam Meem same roof? Can you bring something like it? Can you produce something like it? No, you cannot.

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So basically, the purpose is to display the miraculous nature of the Quran.

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Because if the Quran was composed of letters, other than which the human beings spoke, if it was some other letters, that the human beings did not speak, or which were not in the Arabic language, then there wouldn't be anything miraculous in that.

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It's the same letters, same words.

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And if you say that a man amongst you is able to produce a Quran that cannot be imitated in style and content, if he can do it, then you should be able to do so as well. But you cannot, therefore you should realize that this Quran is not the kalam it's not the speech of a human being. Rather, it is the speech of your creator of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So the purpose of these letters is to remind us that these letters you speak, you hear them, you say them all the time. Can you speak something like the Quran?

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Something that is similar to the Quran in style and in content? No, you cannot, which is why we see that these sort of Mahkota are always followed by a verse that either exalts the status of the Quran.

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Like for example, we learned in Silicon Valley, Calcutta, Abu Dhabi, Buffy exalted status of the Quran over here, what do we read Mozilla alagille kita will help. A verse that exalts the status of the Quran.

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And in some solos, we see that these rules Nakata, they are mentioned by verses that feature a miraculous aspect of the Quran.

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What do they do? What do they explain? What do they refer to some miraculous aspect of the Quran, for example, Surah to room it begins with Elif Lam, Meem, holy battle room. And if Lammi the Romans have been conquered, they have been defeated.

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So the Quran is telling the people about future and that prediction actually came through. It happened, it was fulfilled. Romans were eventually conquered after some time.

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So it is always some verse that either exalts the status of the Quran, or it features a miraculous aspect of the Quran. that Quran is telling you about the future. And what the Quran is telling you. It will happen and the people side it actually happened. Similarly, so at Medina, it begins with calf hair. Yeah, I inside the Quran material because of the WHO Zakariya mentioned off the Mercy of your Lord on His slave with slave Zakaria. So the Quran is telling you about what happened in the past. The prophets are thought everything was not there. He never saw it. This happened hundreds of years ago. So these verses these heroes Macatawa what do they do? They display the miraculous nature

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of the Quran.

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That these letters you speak them you hear them all the time, but you cannot produce anything like the Quran and the verse that follows these Halluf it mentions the exalted status of the Quran, or a miraculous aspect of the Quran

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and Islam meme.

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Allah Hoonah ilaha illa who will how you can you Allah

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There is no god except Him. La ilaha illa who there is no god except Him, who is he? He is a high, he is the EverLiving and he is a you the sustainer of all existence, Allah Who He is Allah

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and Allah is the personal and grand Name of Allah subhanaw taala. No one else has this name. Who is he? Let ilaha illa who there is no god except Him. Why? Because he is an HIE and he is also Alka you.

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Now we say that Allah subhanaw taala is the only one and true God

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in our beautiful divine who said, that Allah is the One whom everything turns to and everyone worships, who is either whom everything turns to and everything everyone worships.

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Therefore, nobody else deserves this description deserves this title of Allah except Allah subhanaw taala.

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And if there are others who are claimed as gods, who are claimed as Allah, people worship them, people do such that to them, people pray to them, they are not actually either.

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They're not actually God.

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They don't actually deserve worship, because Allah subhanaw taala is the only one who deserves worship. There may be many beings in the sky, on the earth, rocks, people, animals that are worship besides Allah, but they're not actually Allah. Allah subhanaw taala tells us and sort of nudge him to 23 these gods whom you worship, there are only names, there is no reality to them. You've only given them names, who has given the names you and your forefathers. They're not actually Gods at all.

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So we see that everything else that is worshipped besides Allah, it is not a God, it is baffling, it is false. Because Allah alone is the one who deserves worship. Why? Because he has a high and he is a you.

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What did we learn through the Bacara? That yeah, Are you a nurse or widow? Robber come? Worship? Oh, does anyone know where she poo? Rubber comb your Lord? Who is your Lord Allah the Chanukah, Ko the One who created you. So the One who created you is the one who deserves your worship, not someone whom you've made yourself. La ilaha illa who there is no god except Him? He is an HIE and he is also an A you

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the names of Allah al Haj and Alka you and hey is from her? Yeah, yeah, from the word hired.

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And what has hired me life

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and and hate means the one who has hired the one who is living, but for Allah subhanaw taala and high means the EverLiving meaning the one who always was, he is and he will always be, he has come in hired

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and also a high when understood for Allah subhanaw taala it also means one who gives life

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now Allah you are humans from the roof letters off well mean from the word karma? What does karma mean to stand pm to stand? So Kellyanne literally means to stand. And from that, you get the word pa him who is called him. One who stands when you show the excessiveness of the one who is standing or the one who is maintaining something you say not about him, but you say a worm.

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So one is called him more than that is a worm who is column, one who is standing continuously one who is maintaining constantly, which is why men are the Qalam over women. Why? Because they don't just provide for their wives once or twice in their lives, but they are constantly supposed to look after their families constantly. It's a full time job, not just the morning but to hopefully

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not just in the summer, but the whole year. Not just when they're young, but their whole lives. So far M is just one who stands for Well, one who is standing a lot one who is maintaining and looking after excessively and more than a wham is a you,

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who is a you.

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A you gives us two meanings. That first of all, one who is fully and eternally established himself from coin one who is established himself how fully and eternally without any support

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So, one who is self subsisting, one who is ever established completely independent does not need others.

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And secondly, a Yom also means one who establishes others and therefore, everyone and everything depends on him.

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So these words are linguistic meanings of the names of Allah and hate and Allah you.

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These are names of Allah subhanaw taala. They include in them, the most perfect attributes of Allah, and the most perfect actions of Allah.

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And he explains to us about the most perfect attributes of Allah. And Allah Yom tells us about the most perfect actions of Allah. How, if you look at navel height, who is a hate the EverLiving? What does it mean by that? The one who has hired that is Camila, the one who has perfect life. And unhei over here gives meaning of entirety. Oh, so I'll high meaning the one who has perfect, complete, absolute, most perfect Camela hired.

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So we see that the perfection of Allah subhanaw taala his head isn't always how, first of all in would you what does he mean by that? What does what you would mean existence and secondly, in the man, what does the man mean?

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So, what does it mean by this, that, in existence, he has come in higher

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in time he has come in higher? What does it mean by that?

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When it comes to perfection in his life, with regards to time, what does it mean? That he always was, is and will be, that he has always had life, his life was not preceded by non existence, it will not result in non existence and why he is alive. His hat is his word youth his existence is perfect. What does it mean by that, that it is not afflicted with any deficiencies?

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What does Allah subhanaw taala say, in certain Hadith Ayah three, Allah says, Who will a wallow, he is the first one, our hero and the last will VA hero while battling the apparent and the intimate will who will be coalition in our name and He is Knowing of every single thing.

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If you look at human beings, their life was preceded by non existence, control and water and everything other than Allah subhanaw taala, every single being other than Allah subhanaw taala their existence was preceded by non existence, but Allah subhanaw taala he always was a one.

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He was not preceded by non existence. So his head, his existence is perfect, there is perfection in his existence. And while he is alive, if you look at any creation, anyone other than Allah subhanaw taala human beings suffer from illness, they suffer from ignorance, eventually, they suffer from death. But Allah subhanaw taala his life is perfect, it is not affected by any deficiency he is ever living. And because he always existed, and he has eternity, therefore, his brain is perfect, his knowledge is perfect. Remember, I told you at the beginning, that and he indicates to us the perfection of his attributes. How he always was, is and will be, therefore his knowledge. His

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knowledge is complete and perfect.

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You only know about what you've seen, what you've heard. What about what happened 1000 years ago? Do you have any idea about that? No. If you try to find out you cannot know. And even right now, you only know what you only know what what's in front of you. In this room, you know about what's going on beyond the wall. You don't our URL is limited, the URL of the people of the creation is limited. And Allah subhanaw taala because he has perfect existence.

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He has complete knowledge, because he has perfect existence because he has perfect life. Therefore, all of us if not all of his attributes are perfect as well.

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So his enemas perfect. Similarly, his Quadra his ability, his power is perfect. He always was is and will be there is nothing new

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Anything that can harm him later who will say no to one I know even he does not get tired or sleepy.

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So his Quadra is perfect, why? Because he is at high similarity his summer his hearing his bustle, all of his attributes, all of his abilities, what are they perfect?

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Why, because he is unhappy, the passage of time does not affect him, he does not get tired. Therefore, he is the only one who deserves worship. Lisa commits cliche there is none always like him, even in Hyatt and because of this reason, he deserves worship.

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And if you look at the name of Allah subhanaw taala, Allah you what were the two meanings of Allah Yun that I told you, first of all, the one who is self subsisting, he is independent, he does not depend on anyone. So he is called him Allah NFC, he is caught him on NFC, meaning he is fully and utterly established without any support, he does not need to eat, he does not need to drink. But on the other hand, he is what a second meaning of you, the one who establishes others, call him Allah later, the one who establishes others.

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So we see that Allah subhanaw taala, who is he, he doesn't need anyone, and we all need him.

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He doesn't need anyone support and everyone needs his support.

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Everyone needs his support.

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And I told you at the beginning that a user indicates to us the perfection of the actions of Allah soprano.

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Because he is independent, and everything else is dependent upon him. So he is the one who feeds everyone, he is the one who has created everything for us.

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Imagine if we had to look after all of the affairs, we had to manage the air supply, we had to manage the water supply, we had to manage every single thing, we had to manage the pumping of our hearts, the flowing of our blood in our bodies. Imagine imagine if we had to look after every single thing we could not do. So, it is Allah subhanaw taala Who is a human who is maintaining not just me, not just one aspect of me, but completely and fully.

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If it was not his support, we would not be alive I would not be alive. So, what this is show the perfection of the actions of a

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look how amazing his actions are, that at the same time, he is providing for he is looking after every single creation of a you and because he is unhappy, because he is a young Laila in level there is no god except Him. This is why he is the only one who deserves worship. What does Allah say in the Quran? Surah Fattah, I have 15 Yeah, are you a nurse until for Quran will Allah Allah who will honey you will Hamid Oh mankind, you are those in need of Allah, while Allah is the One who is free of need the Praiseworthy,

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we all need Him and He does not need us.

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The names of Allah subhanaw taala and hate and Allah you both of them together. What are they? Allah subhana dadas is Mala Hill out of them. Both of them compose together they constitute the Greatest Name of Allah Spanner. And what do we learn about these names? That when a person calls upon the last panel data by this name, then Allah accepts his thorough response to his application. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said, Allah is Most magnificient name, which when used to implore Him He responds, it is found in three solos. Which sutras are there Al Baqarah earlier Imran and surah Taha

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in Al Baqarah we learned Allahu La ilaha illa who will hear your call you could see in surah Allah and one right at the beginning we learned Allahu La ilaha illa who and how you can you and instead of haha we learned what animal would you will high yield for you.

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And we see that the Prophet salallahu Salam whenever he was concerned about a matter about a situation What did you do he made to our to Allah soprano. And we see that in the doors of the prophets are about a sudden the names of Allah are mentioned the names of Allah mentioned

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and we also find this dua Yeah, how you yakka you, Vera medica esterase

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Oh ever living or sustainer of all existence? It is your mercy that I want medical history is your mercy that I want

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and hate Alka you. Why pray to Allah

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handle data with these two names, because Alhaj he has the most perfect attributes He can do anything. And Liu, he is the one who looks after everyone, he is the one who looks after me as well. He is the only one who can answer my prayers. Therefore, at the time of difficulty, what should we do? What do we learn at the time of difficulty? What should we do? What do we learn?

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That yes we make dua to Allah but in particular with what with these names of Allah, Allah Hi, and can you who has a high Yuka Yun Mozilla alagille kita bubble health? He is the one who has gradually revealed to you the book, how has he revealed the book to you bill help with the truth, Mozilla Yuna Zero 10 Zero noon day it is to descend something it is to send something down from above how gradually one part after another.

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So it is Allah, Allah how you are you Leila in low, who has revealed our Laker upon you upon who upon the prophets of Allah salah upon your heart, Al Kitab which Kitab the Quran, how has he revealed it will help and help is from how cough cough and help is any word any statement or any action when it is found, as it should be? Meaning it is as it should be, it is accurate, it is precise, it is as it should be in a manner that is appropriate for it.

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And it is also there at the time when it is needed.

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So over here, Allah says he has revealed the book to you with the truth, what does it mean by this? Now connect us with the meaning of what is how something is as it should be, in a way in a manner that is appropriate for it. And at the time when it is needed.

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So Allah subhanaw taala sent down the book, when, at the time when it was most needed.

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After Ethan s&m? What happened?

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The followers of reciting sunnah. There were persecuted so much to the extent that in order to be acceptable by the people, in order to assimilate amongst the rest of the people, what did they do? They changed book.

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They drifted away from the correct thing. And so much time had passed that there was no messenger, and people needed guidance.

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The Torah was changed, the injeel was changed, people were lost, they needed guidance. Allah subhanaw taala sent down the book Bill hug at the most perfect time when people needed it most. So Bill help.

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Also, we see that nested article cadaver will help meaning he has revealed the book in the manner that is correct in the manner that is most appropriate. What is the manner of the revelation of the Quran? The angel Jibreel brought down the Quran.

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It's the word of Allah, it deserves respect. And therefore, an angel was sent to deliver the Quran to the prophets of Allah.

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This is how are they in a manner that is most appropriate in a manner that is most suitable, and who is ineligible? Not just any angel? Who is he? I mean, the one who is most trustworthy, the trustworthy Angel,

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like Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran, that we're in the hole less than zero Bill Alameen that indeed this Quran is a revelation of the rub of the world's miserable rural Amin who has got a down the road

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sort of the Sharada I have 192 and 193. So we see that the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala said visit our naked Kitab will help how that it was revealed at the time that is most perfect, that was more suitable in a manner that was more suitable in the way that is more suitable.

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And secondly, it also means that nuzzled Arnica Kitab will help, meaning beenhakker refers to Kitab that the Kitab has held in it, whatever is contained within the book is the truth.

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Every single statement that is mentioned in this book, what is it? It is how it is free of doubt, it is free of shock, it is free of re therefore trust it, because it is the word of Allah subhanaw taala

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if you see in the previous I have a

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loss of planetary dimensions about his attributes. He is Hola, La ilaha illa? Who is Aloha Yoko? And after mentioning the most perfect attributes of Allah, what does Allah say? That it is He who sent down this book?

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If you see any book, if you see anything, what is it that gives it its value?

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The author of the book? Or if it's something else, the manufacturer

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the make the designer, the brand, that is what gives value to anything.

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This book that is in front of you, who has sent it down, Allah has sent it down, who is he? He has a high and Allah you?

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Are you not going to value this book? Are you not going to give importance to this book?

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And look at how he revealed it Nasrallah gradually, it could have been sent down within a minute, within a second. But it was given so much importance that 23 years were dedicated to revealing this book.

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Why was it sent down gradually? For different reasons? What are they? What do you think?

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Why was the Quran sent down gradually? What's the wisdom behind that?

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Because if somebody started one thing, at once, in one go, it's harder for them to accept it, it's harder for them to understand it to grasp it. Similarly,

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it's easier for the people to implement it, not just understand it, not just absorb it, but also implement it.

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And there are many other reasons as well.

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Although if you think of it, if something valuable is given to you at once, are you really going to value it? No. But if it's given to you over time, then you value it even more.

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For example, if a person makes $50,000 a year, and he's given that money to start one time, this is your pay for the entire year. If he can value it as much, he's probably going to go spend half of that money and wasted. But if he's given it over time, then he appreciates that money. He values that money. He uses it properly,

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necessarily, and he could get ever been hacked. And this GitHub, he hasn't distributed gradually. He hasn't just revealed it with help, but it is Musa Deakin, it is confirming what does it confirm Lima beignet he for that which is before it what is methodic one that confirms the truthfulness of something what is it from just the UK until Steve has said

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so Masada the Quran is Masada. How is it almost a date for that which is before it what is before it? The books that were revealed before it's a for example, the Torah the NGO, the other scriptures, how is the Quran Masada for those books into ways?

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That first of all the Quran confirms the fact that these books were revealed by Allah soprano. Thanks so the Quran confirms their truthfulness.

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We learned the Quran that Allah Subhana Allah sent down in detail the Delta, the Quran does not deny those books.

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It confirms that truthfulness.

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Secondly, the Quran confirms previous books when it comes to the content of the previous books. What does it mean by that?

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That the previous books they mentioned about the revelation of the last book, they mentioned about the coming off the last messenger and the Quran. What does it do? By the coming of the Quran? It confirms the content that was mentioned in the previous books. Masada kalima beignet it confirms the previous books.

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What Ansel adorato Well, Injeel and he sent down the Torah and he also sent down the Injeel, meaning Allah subhanaw taala is the same one who sent out the Torah and the Injeel as well.

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He has sent the Quran upon your prophets are about Islam and before he revealed the Torah injeel I want you to notice the word unzila.

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Previously with regard to the Quran, it was said Nasrallah, there is a difference between the two words. Nasrallah is He sent down gradually, and Enza Allah is just He sent down.

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It doesn't necessarily give the meaning of gradually. In fact, it gives the meaning of that he sent it he revealed it at once in one go. So for the Torah and NGO until it has been used why? Because I felt I didn't feel were given were revealed at once. Masada said I was given the torah at once in one go, why did the people not need to absorb it and understand it? Was it not necessary at that time? How come the torah was revealed at once? Why?

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Because for the previous books, there were messengers who were going to come afterwards but for the profit settled all different, there was no mess

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didn't know what was going to come afterwards.

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And previous books were for certain people, but the Quran is for everyone. And the Quran was revealed over 23 years on the Sahaba, making it easy for them to accept and follow and understand.

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The Torah was given at once to the Bani Israel. And perhaps it made it difficult for them to accept it. Look what they did.

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Basically, think of it, the previous scriptures, who were they given to you?

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They were believers from before the Bani Israel when the Torah was given, they were Muslim from before. All that they needed was, what are we supposed to do? They just needed do's and don'ts and that's exactly what they were given.

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Similarly, Indu was given to restart a salon and he was also amongst the Bani Israel. So that was also for the Bani Israel. They were already Muslim. But the Quran was sent to do people who were not Muslim from before. It is for who not just for the Arabs, but for everyone.

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So therefore, it was necessary for the correct understanding for the correct preservation of the book that it be revealed over a period of time.

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As for the previous books that were given to Muslims,

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what ends up autodata Well, Injeel and Allah is the One who sent down the Torah and the Injeel. What does the word out I literally mean?

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It is said that the word torah is actually a Hebrew word. And literally it means law shittier

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to the Torah had do's and don'ts It is also said that the word dolla is derived from whare urea,

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which means literally to light fire to kindle fire. Well, Roy Yeah.

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So it is at a thorough literally means we're, what does that mean light. So it was a light for people telling them what to do, what not to do.

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As for the meaning of the word in June, it is at the Injeel is actually a Greek word, and it means good news. And others have said that Injeel is from Nigel it is different from Nigel noon Dreamland, and which literally means when water is at the surface of the earth, when water is spread over the surface of the earth. And it is spread over the surface. It's not just collected in one place, but it is spread over the surface. So it is said that Injeel was given to the Bani Israel to make their Deen clear to them.

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Just as water that is on the surface of the Earth is clear and visible. So we're under a theological NGO. He sent out the Torah and who are Musa al Salaam and the Indian who on a Saturday sunnah. Now these two books are especially mentioned why? Because a fella who believed in it who followed it, the Jews who were mentioned in surah baqarah and the Injeel who followed it, the Christians who are mentioned in Surah Al

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