Tim Humble – Seekers of Knowledge 029 – Tafseer of Surah al-Fajr #01

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The history of the Q marks on the Bible is discussed, with the Q marks divided into three categories and divided by length. The " medeless" meaning of "medeless" is discussed, and the "has been in line" in the title of the book is emphasized. The importance of learning the language of the UK for understanding the language of the West is emphasized, and the "has been in line" in the title of the book is emphasized. The speakers invite others to gather together for a class and mention a potential presentation time.
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we do? Hey, Maddie Wally albina

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he was suli Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was he he, he married me back.

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So we have a brand new surah today. Last time we completed and we finished surratt bellet, la Cosima, we had a ballot.

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And now we have come to a new surah. And that is sort of refreshing. Because we're going backwards. Remember, we went from first of all sorta to 30.

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And then after sort of 30, we went to sort of oneness,

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and so on. Actually, I think I started with cool hula height. But generally speaking, I've been going from the end of the Quran, towards the beginning of Jerusalem, and later sat alone, that's what we're heading for. And maybe we're aiming to do whatever Allah makes easy one Jews to Jews, no doubt the latter part of the Quran is longer to make tipsy than the earlier part.

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We explained that last time if you remember, we said that the small surah is at the end of the Quran require longer in Tafseer than the long surah is at the beginning.

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Comparatively I because generally the style of the Quran at the end of the Quran is that Allah azza wa jal gives you a lot of information in very few words. And the style of the Quran, the beginning is a little bit more like sort of Bukhara, and Ali and Brian and Lisa is a little bit more detailed.

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And so it, you can, you can go through the ayat a little bit, a little bit, it doesn't require as much detail but here, every word has a huge amount of detail behind it.

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Generally speaking, that's one of the things that we see to be among the more fossil the sources that we call Mufasa. Does anyone remember what we call them a fossil sources? Where do they start? The sources that are called Elmo fossil is a part of the Quran called Elmo fossil and Mufasa means the broken iottie little ayat small ayat every ayah is broken into small iottie small is small is small, it

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obviously ends with saltiness no doubt, come out with a bit of bitterness melikyan naskila hardness where does it start?

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Where's the start of Elmo for?

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The Quran has the small ayat obviously salted dockerized is too long, right?

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Allah Emraan Ayah too long Nisa Allah either an almond out off ln Fila tober.

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You want us?

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Long long

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would use of

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a right and so on like these are long, the ayato long, generally speaking, where do the small is start in the Quran?

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scholars differ in any case, do we have some answers?

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What do you think?

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They start from sort of cough generally, some of the scholars say that a lot. But they start from sort of cough sort of half How far is it through the end?

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Sort of cough

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how many if Jews and we counted as number one, and just Tabarak is number two, for counting from the back was the third one

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had semi, the fourth one,

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the beginning of sorts of that yet.

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And then just a little bit before that. We have sort of cloth so four and a bit juice at the back of the Quran, four and a half, maybe something like that for a bit from the

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from the back of the Quran. These are the sutras that have very short ayat.

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And generally speaking Mufasa means he has a lot of breaks in it. Yeah. So break a break, a break, break lots of art

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if you think about it,

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he would lead the Salah. Most of the time he would lead the Salah with Al Mufasa even fetcher.

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Even salata fetcher. Most of the time he would lead Salah to fetcher and verhaal Mahara para ser Alicia, all of them he would lead from the Mufasa from this last part of the Quran. Yes, sometimes he would read other places, but generally his Sunnah usually,

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usually, is that he would lead the Salah from the mu for Sol, which are the surahs, which have lots of small ayat.

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And this is one of them sort of federal

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swalot Alfredo, the Mufasa is divided into three right? divided by four. So you have casado for son.

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You have the long more fossil sources, and the very short ones and the medium length. So which Mufasa solos are the short ones.

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Until where many of you have memorized any What do you think many of you have memorized plenty of the army and the kids and everything. Maybe some of the adults know but the kids memorize plenty. Where are the small small IRT that where does it start? Which surah

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it's probably not sort of a federal right

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malasana with Mr. patella hora boohoo for a Chroma who Under Armour who for a bit longer. Where does it start being very, very short.

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Now shamcey will do a

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little bit but even past that little bit. Still you have the last iron sort of shrimps was the last sort of champs because they move through her family humor boom with MB long IRA

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roughly lm initial alexandar roughly, roughly roughly speaking, lm National leca sadhak any awkward quarter of just the last quarter of just under is very very short.

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I will lie to the adults among us who are not memorizing the Quran we say that

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I know the kids Mashallah any from the kids I know here all the kids are memorizing shala but while I sit beside if we have idols haven't memorized the last quarter even of the Quran of the of just the last quarter of just even the smallest ones.

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Even the bbbb soldiers they The eyes are very very small. The ones the profit size and lead insalata mockery, sometimes selected Asia, the very small ones. So if lm f if lm like a sock is one of the small ones and then onwards to saltiness, where are the medium ones?

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Can I show Do you think when did they start getting long? When did I start getting very long

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moto 15 Okay, not bad, not bad.

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past them maybe

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I made a salad. Okay, so whenever you're around around there, around they're

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around there. So typically the sources that are less than

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a page around a page less than a page those are medium length, like sort of federal, so the federal is how many pages and then we'll have

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one and a little bit right.

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One and year 200 episode multiple in yet one and a little bit. It's one under one and a little bit okay. So it is from the medium length Mufasa those medium length ones when did the Prophet size and use to recite them?

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The medium nominative typically the short ones, very short ones lm National flexographic what teeny was a tone.

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When did the prophesizing used to recite the medium length ones local federal,

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non immigrant usually the short ones, usually as some of the required say in Missouri, though her and asked her and Asia

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the harasser Asia

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typically, and as for federal he will recite from Nevada Mufasa the law firm of our sole source, and generally the prophets I seldom would recite one whole surah in every record. Generally, he wouldn't recite. For example, the last part of of a surah or from the middle or half and half usually he would recite one whole surah from the long ones. So give me example of a long

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sort of for example, for example, and milk

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right I'll milk what comes after milk

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Yeah. into into robotic just about what comes into after a milk column. So maybe I'll milk and column for example or maybe a ramen or what comes after man

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welfare maybe yeah man and a walker for example

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why am I mentioning this? Because even though Kathy Rahim Allah Allah is going to start

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his explanation of

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this surah with a hadith and this hadith concerns the noble companion with audible Jebel rhodiola. One

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more rW Jebel radi Allahu anhu

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used to lead the people in Asia.

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He used to lead the people when Asia, right. So he used to pray with the profit side and then he would go back to his people. He would lead them with Asia.

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One day he led the people in Asia.

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And he made the prayer long.

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He read a nice long surah he made it long. And there was a man praying with him. And in the middle of the Salah. What did the man do? He stopped and he went and prayed by himself.

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He went and he stopped and he mentioned that he was a camel he had camels or he had a camel camels. And he couldn't leave it and he came I came for Asia. I didn't come for piano laelia I came for Asia time.

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So he prayed by himself. When we saw him he said Manasa is a is a monitor. He's a hypocrite. Because why he's not praying with the people.

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So the man came and complained to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said tomorrow I truly do enter qu and Fm 10 and

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Jamar in this narration he said affect ternoon Jamar Are you trying to put the people in trial Are you trying to make the people dislike the salon and making the people things hard for the people?

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You made it so bad that the man had to pray by himself?

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Are you making it hard for the people aina enter mean sub base model because Allah was Shamsi Oh Ha Ha well fetcher well lately either yaksha he said where are you Omar is in relation to Four Swords he gave him four sewers as an example of what to lead a shower with.

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He gave him four sutras as an example of

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Asia sub base model because Allah

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and * attack Heidi's will Harsha so it's a base model because Allah and will shamcey will go haha, and Alfredo. And one lady is Ayesha. So I'll fetch her is an example of a suitable surah. to lead the people for Asia. For example, you need the people with aphasia, and then Eldoret or you lead them with Alfredo and shrimps, or shrimps, and Elaine, this is the kind of length that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would lead the people in Asia.

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And Asia was a hard prayer to pray Remember, a shower was a prayer that was hard to pray. It was hard for them to clean because remember, it's not like this time now. Like now we are people who've become used to living in the night because of electric lights and because of you know, the way that the world is now before Isha time was bedtime, you know you as soon as he got darker mothership after that there is very little once the light has gone into Asia. There is not really anything now you can do. You can light an oil lamp or something but it's not.

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You know, wasn't common. That was it. Two people would found a shot very hard. That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he mentioned to prayers of very hard for the monastic fetcher and Asia and definitely in the UK in the north of the UK, we experienced this Asia problem in the summer, right, but he is really late. And you see the people struggling to come for Asia.

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And that's why Asia is hard upon FLP and fragile is hard upon them. So the first thing we learnt about this surah is we learned about the surah that it is a solar that is of a medium length among the end of end of the Quran, and it's a suitable it's suitable to lead the Prophet size and gave it as an example.

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For leading salata Asia, likewise an asset of a similar length a little bit more involved a little bit less than a little bit longer as or a little bit shorter and so on

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we're not going to talk first of all about the topic of the sorta too much because I want to quote you even okay in Rahim Allah to Allah later on, but I just want to give you a rough idea.

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Allah azza wa jal in this soul in fact, let's just ask because we haven't done this for a while you guys a bit of familiarity with the surah it's not a I'm not asking you about soret Alma Ed, or something I'm asking you about Sora you've heard

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what do you think about the theme of the surah?

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anyone got any ideas? I'm not talking about the whole you're not Diem your whole answer. Just what you what have you heard about the solar has in it? What do you know about the solar if until now?

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I can't you've heard this or have been read many times. Well,

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well, I early Nash, was chef a well, what

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many times Yeah. What do you think? If you're around is in there. Who else is in there from the from the nation's who disbelieved?

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Lm todai key for Florida, Rob Walker be

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here at iorma 30 eymard. Okay. Was there more than lady in a job or Sahabi

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thermowood. around and what happened to them? So it mentions GSR the punishments that happen to add some mood and frown. It talks about the situation of man? Yeah, what else?

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A Melanson or either my patella horrible.

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Okay, we'll hedger very good. talks about the virtue of the ledger. Excellent. Well, a Arlene Asher was chef for a while What? Sorry.

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Okay, the ledger. Okay, so we got a little bit of an idea. We've got a little bit of an idea I'm not gonna call usually I start off by telling you the theme of the surah. But I want to leave it because even though Khayyam did such an amazing job of it in his his commentary, so I want to leave it for that. So we start with the beginning of the surah well fetch all the while here we know by now, we know what the wild means, don't we? We've learned the wild this wild that comes with a casserole on the next word. What does it mean?

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We're Shem ciobo her one lady either yo.

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What do her What does it mean?

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Allah squarings Well, we'll pass them a lie swearing an oath by these things.

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As for us, who do we swear by? When we swear? When I say I swear by GC, I swear by my father's grave, I swear by my mother's life. Her I'm

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not allowed is an example of a shift here.

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You can't see I swear by my father's life or swear by my mother's life or swear by my father's whatever the people swear by. You can only swear by Allah right? You have to say voila, he I swear by Allah. So you have to say, Okay, what about Allah when he swears by things? What does the last whereby?

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Does he only swear by himself?

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He swears by Alma vermin. hulka he, the greatest of the things that he created. So every time I lost swears by something in the Quran, we know that this is something more out of them. It's very huge and great and significant in the sight of Allah. So Allah swore by Alfredo.

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Alfredo is a time right? We all agree that Al fetcher is a time. And we're not talking about sala solfeggio. Exactly, although I'll come to you in a minute where he said about Salatu Fado, we're talking about the time what are the times has the last one by in the Quran that we've covered in Tafseer up to now. But

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Allah swore by the morning the early part of the morning.

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What other ones

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were late last fall by the the nighttime. Do we cover any other ones?

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We'll also

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we'll also some of the scholars they said after here it doesn't mean time. Some of them said it means time and some of them set it means awesome. And the late afternoon while also Okay, so here alarms which is swears by federal welfare.

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And we know it's an off it's a switch swearing because of the kasra the welfare jury if you join it, well, fair God. Well, a lien actually. Yeah. When you join it the kassala on the verge of failure here. It shows us that this is an oath and a lot of swearing.

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By Alfa john. So this is a very important time.

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This is extremely important time

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and from the scholars of Islam whose there are those who said that this is the best of the all the times in the day

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and there are actually narrations you guys know

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that Allah azza wa jal descends. In the last third of the night.

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The lysogenic descends in a way that befits His Majesty,

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allies which will descends to the lowest heaven in the last third of the night.

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Eliza gel descends to the lowest heaven in the last third of the night in a way that befits His Majesty we don't see how does Allah do that? How does Allah descend? We don't answer that question. We see Allah knows how he descends, but Allah descends to the lowest heaven.

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In the last third of the night, there are narrations which indicate that this continues until the time of the Federal prayer

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Yani and newzoo alila he there are lies or gel descends to the last third to the lowest heaven continues even at the time of surgery. There are some variations like that.

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But what Eliza will tell us about federal

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sorceress law aka Miss Sala tele to Luca shamcey, la casa que la la cour en el federal

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in Nakuru nl February can Ms. houda.

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Perform the prayer lead to Luca shrimps. Isla De Luca Shams is when the sun is in the middle of the sky. What prayer is that?

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When the sun is in the middle of the sky verhaal illa hasakah Lane until the time when the night comes.

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The night is fully set in what time is that?

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Now when the night is fully set in and microtubes still light outside

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in mulgrave The light is still out I mean the sunset but the light is outside his delight.

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He loves us second lane. Work for nl federal

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and the re citation of the Federal in nl federally can Ms. houda. The Quran at federal time is witnessed Okay, I've got two questions for you.

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I give you the easy one first who witnesses

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the Quranic February? What special thing What special witnesses other than allies origin? What special witnesses witness the Koran at fudger different from Lahore for example.

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That was the easy question, guys.

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That wasn't the hard one.

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That was the easy one.

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Yellow what what Adam Schiff on YouTube saying?

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The angels excellent. Which angels though? The angels witness which angels?

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The angels work in two shifts?

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Yeah, the angels work 12 hour shifts. They work in two shifts.

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They work in a day shift and a night shift. Okay? The angels they you have angels of the night and angels of the day

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at feather, the angels of the night and the angels of the day both are present.

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And they both witness the risk citation at federal worker annual federal inner core and federal economists holder. The current federal time ie the salaat at federal time is witnessed by the angels. Very good. Now for the hard question. Someone comes to you and says to you this is in saltless raw is a proof that we as Muslims only pray three times a day.

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Have you heard this Quran read this hadith rejecters very famous, they reject Hadith. They say we don't believe the Heidi leevers the Heidi dynamin hadda ma wadjet nafi keytab be light about what we find in the book of Allah we follow. They say we only follow what is in the book of Allah. We don't believe in the sun that we don't believe in the Hadith. So they only pray three times a day.

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They only pray three times a day.

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Use the same ayah in Surah Surah to respond to them.

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They said it's what's your evidence. He said aqui massala telecomunicaciones la casa de la Walker Anna fetcher, perform the prayer from the time when the sun is in the middle. Then you've got to the

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time when the darkness comes in the night and the federal prayer three times the whole Russia and federal that's all they pray.

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This is this sort of multi view people invented it from the Sunday you suddenly people

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You just made it up.

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I'm not asking you to respond with Buhari and Muslims to easy.

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Take sort of Islam. Show me where they misunderstood the ayah whether it clearly shows all five press

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aqui masala tele Toluca, shamcey lava circleloop and federal

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in the Quran allegedly kanima schreuder. If you can't do that, then bring the other is dimensioned modular and acid.

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That's easier. Half widow Allah Salatu was salam to Slava qumola quantity in many I mentioned mulgrave and Arthur elsewhere.

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Okay, but the iron sword is law.

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Well, while we have people on YouTube their computers in front of them,

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Allah azza wa jal didn't mention so it didn't mention three praise and socialist law.

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Anyone who said Allah mentioned three praise and so Tesla has not understood the ayah Allah mentioned a start time and end time and another prayer. Allah did not mention three prayers.

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In fact, the strangest thing is do Luca shrimps is when the sun is directly above

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when the sun is directly above ball starts after that.

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Those thoughts after that, Lido Lucas shams, Isla casa que la until the end of the night, you pray from the heart until Asia plus federal

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you prey from baja until Asia plus federal not voer Asia and federal not for Asia and federal from the Hor until Asia as well as federal and that's just one simple answer. Otherwise, there are many it in the Quran mentioned Margaret and mentioned salatu salam and the Sunnah of the Prophet. So I send them is plentiful in explaining to us the five daily prayers and the email of the Muslims that all agreed upon the five daily prayer and so on and so forth. These people are not difficult to give them an answer. But I just want you to understand that when someone brings you an idea like that,

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when someone brings you an idea like that, you don't even need to look for another idea, you can even respond to them with the same idea. Because there is no way any idea in the Quran contradicts that which is mentioned in the authentic sooner or any way that the sooner contradicts itself or the Quran contradicts itself. So in reality, the same idea has evidence against them

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as this as an evidence against them.

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And many, many examples of that when you hear people bring in IR to justify their misguidance and things like that, and they bring you an IR, if you look at that IR itself, that AI itself has an answer in let alone if you go outside and you start. So what you do is start with the IR first you refute them from the IR, then you bring in the other IR then you bring in the Heidi thing, you bring in that consensus, then you bring in what the scholars said.

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And you leave them with the ceiling falling down on their head.

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And they have nothing left.

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From this example, we solve this shekel Islamic come to me or I'm allowed to add in after a while he just got, you know, tired of just responding to people like that, like I'm just they have no answer. So now I'm going to make myself a rule, I'm only going to respond to you with the same idea you bring to me.

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And I'm going to show you how your opinion cannot be correct. So a person has confidence in their. And in the revelation of allies origin, you don't have a feel, you know, like these people, somebody brings you an idea here is that we live in, in this time, many people that's why I'm sharing this information because people are sharing all the time, should have confusion on YouTube on their YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and, you know, social media and they're passing across, you know, false information, confusing people. But actually, if you look at the same information that they say as long as it's authentic and authentic Hadees or you will find just in that one ayah enough to

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prove that they are that the answer is not correct. Or that their conclusion is not correct. So we said well, fetcher is a time which is a blessing time.

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alarm. So Jen mentioned federal here with L. Ne the federal, the Federal

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because this time is well known to everybody. Everybody knows what the federal time is even the people who are not praying. They know what the future is. How do you see the future? What is the what is the future? What's the definition of federal, you know, the other day myself

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One of the brothers in the masjid we went out to,

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we went out to time off to look for the federal. The reason we went out to look for the federal is some of the brothers were a bit concerned about the prayer times. They felt like federal might be a bit too early, a bit too late. You know, the prayer times are not perfect. Right, the timetables, they're not perfect, best effort. At the end of the day, use the

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you know, the mark one eyeball. Yeah, much better than the prayer timetable. But have the library timetables make things easy? So one of the brothers a bit concerned another brother spoke to me he was worried. They came they said, well, are we not convinced? We've looked outside? We think that if you're praying for God too early, you're praying federal before the time.

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So I said there's only one solution. Let's go.

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So hamdulillah we live very close to the eastern coasts. For those people are watching on YouTube, they don't know. So we live in very, very close to the coast. So after you know, 15 minutes, we reach the coast. And we stood on the coast and we looked for the edge of what are you looking for?

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When the sky starts to get light, but the sun isn't up? No.

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If you're looking for that it's not precise enough, you're going to fight you're going to prefetch at the wrong time.

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You're looking for a horizontal light that spreads wide along the horizon. Actually, there are two features there is federal kataib where federal and sodic. There is a fake fetcher and a true fetcher. The fake fetcher is what, when the light goes up,

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just before fetcher, will fetch,

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you see some light that comes up. But it doesn't stretch out, wait, it goes up, but it doesn't go. It doesn't go wide. It just goes up and down. And then it goes dark. Again. The true fragile, you can tell it through two things. Number one, it goes wide, it gets wider and wider. And number two, it doesn't get dark afterwards. The false failure, it gets light and then it goes

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the true fudger it gets light, it gets wider and wider and wider and wider and wider and wider and wider and lighter and lighter. This is the true feature. And just out of interest, we actually saw the true feature around about seven minutes after the time on the prayer timetable, which is within the margin of error. That's perfectly acceptable. Yeah, the prayer timetable, like we said, it's not any it's not sent down by allies origin and it's like best effort. So seven minutes is reasonable. That's why generally speaking, I would say with things like fudger generally any for your Salah, and maybe don't pray any at the first time you're you know, if the time for federal is for example, I

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don't know 521 don't pray it at 521 leave it till 530 for example, just a few minutes, because there's a margin of error in the prayer time tables. So we saw it by our eyes seven minutes after the time of the prayer time table.

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This time is a very blessed time. And when do you remember when when star Jamal came to the masjid and he gave us a talk and he said you have to give the Quran your most precious time. He said if you want to be half of the Quran, you have to give the Quran your most precious time. The time that is the most valuable to you. And that is generally the time that is the most blessed and the most valuable is the federal time from the federal prayer until the sun rises up.

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Well, fetcher

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while I am in Asheville,

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when I am in Asheville, Alonzo just swore by 10 nights. All right, he is a difficult question. It's a very difficult question. Which 10 nights

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Okay, the 10 nights of Rama one

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it's not the opinion of many his opinion of a minority of scholars of Tafseer not the majority.

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Not to say it's not correct but it's not the opinion of the any Gemma he on the facility. The overwhelming majority of them are Syrian they do not say the last 10 nights of Ramadan.

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We already mentioned it

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which 10 nights

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very good which aid

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try the other one

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read the alpha Okay, the majority of the scholars of Tafseer they said that the 10 nights or the 10 days of the hedger but hold on a second we have a problem here because last night's and I just said 10 days of the ledger.

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So this is not now make sense to be the last 10 nights of Ramadan. Right

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Why why the overwhelming majority at the Gemma hiromu? facility? They said the 10 days of religion. How is that when it says what I earn in national, not what I mean?

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Not the 10 days 10 nights

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have a few Arabic speakers they can tell us why.

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The Arabs in the first place use the word day and mean night and use the word night and mean day the words are interchangeable in Arabic. And in fluent in classical Arabic. You see the word night and mean day and you see the word day and mean and mean night.

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The two are not when you see a night You mean the night and the day and you see a day you mean a day under

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a day in the night. Before that in the topic of a federal we kept federal general right. We said that federal is the time of federal.

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Some of the scholars of Tennessee they made it specific. How did they make it specific? They said it is the federal

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it is the ledger on the day of read Angel Aha.

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Where did they get that from?

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Not from they're not from a particular Hadeeth. But where did they take that from that well federal where they are in Russia?

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Because as mentioned in the next idea, the next ayah talks about the 10 days of the hedger. So they said that

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the fetcher here is the fetcher of

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Yeoman. Now the deer of the day of slaughtering. However, some of them also sell it to the beginning the fetcher of

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the ledger, the month of the ledger is the it's the nature of the month of the ledger. But in reality Allah kept it general so we should really any there is no reason why we have to give it give it as something that Allah didn't give it you know we just keep it general Allah kept the general we keep a general welfare job

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the ledger time while a national now here's an interesting question even Okay, you mentioned it

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the ledger is said the federal well federal the federal well a national is not said it there is no L is not well layer Li Allah show.

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Why even Okay, Rahim Allah to Allah He said, because this is an indication that knowing the virtue of these 10 days requires knowledge. Whereas l federal, everybody knows it.

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Can you help alpha ledger is something everybody can know.

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But as for the layout in Azure, which 10 days of the best in the sight of Allah,

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and the most important in the sight of Allah and what actions you should do in them. So this requires knowledge.

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This requires a guy's knowledge you can't just, you know, you just you don't just naturally Oh, yeah, you know, my dad taught me what's the federal, you have to you have to understand and you have to know it. It's not so easy like that, that it just, it's just natural. Let people know what the federal is. If I say to you, the dawn, you might get slightly you know, give or take a little bit wrong, but generally speaking, you know, what the dawn is it's a it's like, it's not something you had to learn or study.

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Whereas, Ali, Ali, and Asher,

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these require requires knowledge. So Which is better? The last 10 nights of Ramadan? Or the first 10 days of the ledger?

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The ledger

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Ramadan, okay.

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Do we have a third opinion this three opinions, so you missed the third one?

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Okay, that's the same as the other one.

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He brought me two opinions, but I need three.

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No, not they're both the same. I was a good try. But no, not they're both the same.

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The days of the ledger and the nights of Ramadan. That's the opinion rebuttal claim that the days of the hedgerow are better and the nights of Ramadan are better. While I Shahada, Sep 20 explained it. He took the opinion that the days of the hijab are better, absolutely better the days and the nights are better than the days of Ramadan and the nights of Ramadan.

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And that there is any there is definitely deadly and for that, because the Prophet size and said, Ma'am, in a year I mean, I'm an asylee houfy hiner I have what ulala mean, Heidi, I am Ashley Caldwell geography sebelah Carla Jihad to feasibility law in Rajasthan hora de la hora. jabeen FCU Mr. Lee Fela Miata, J

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mean Valley cabbie Shea Oh, come up Carlos on the lava and he was said.

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He said that there is no day in the year in which good deeds are better and more beloved to Allah than these 10 days of the ledger than the 10 days of that hedger. They said, not even Jihad for Allah. He said, not even jihad.

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What's the delille? In that not even jihad, there's a delille in it to say that they're better than Ramadan. What's the evidence that they're better in Ramadan? From the statement of the Prophet sighs I'm not even jihad.

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How does that prove that the days of that he might be better than Ramadan?

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They said not even jihad or messenger of Allah. He said, not even Jihad except for a man who leaves with his money on himself and he doesn't come back with either. And he loses his money for Allah and His life for Allah.

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How does that prove that they're better than Ramadan?

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They said because he didn't say,

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well, LG had a feasibility law in La Jolla, except for a person who prays the last 10 nights of Ramadan.

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And the Prophet slicin didn't make any exception to those 10 days being the best. He didn't say what about the people who pray in the nights of Ramadan?

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He didn't say except for the one who prays laser cutter.

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He didn't make any exception to those 10 days being the best. However, what's the evidence for Ramadan

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being the best what's the strongest evidence they have a very easy one. Everyone knows.

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Bring the if Oh, no. Just bringing me

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in Enza now who feel a little warmer Adderall camera Laila to Carter laylatul caudalie. Hi, Ron. mean Alfie Shahar delay, let's have a quarter is better than 1000 months.

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So they said 1000 months, and he includes 1000 of the ledger

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or 1000 of the month, and he includes so many 1000 of their hijab that includes 1000 over 12 any, any so I can say what I need a little bit less than 100 so many 8380 something 83 something like that 83 of the hedges.

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Some of the scholars joined between it and said the first 10 days of the hedge are the best except for later to Qatar.

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And they said the days of their hedges are better than Ramadan. Except for Layla Takata only only later to Qatar is the best is better than the days of the ledger. And some of them like even if they said the days of the ledger are better. And the nights of Ramadan are better. But what I wanted to show to you from this is not only how deep the scholars study things, but I wanted to really show you something very important and we're going to stop it after one more if we don't want to go too long. But I wanted to show you something I believe is extremely important. How much people miss out on the rewards in Islam. Every one of you I know in sha Allah last 10 nights of Ramadan, you were

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doing something Sharla you were trying to pray you came to a Masjid even one time you are fasting in the day. How many of you in the first 10 days of the hedger which many of the scholars here are better than the nights of Ramadan? How many of you made that effort in the first 10 days of elijah? Very few people about us here but I mean, generally people yet even while I everybody myself, I say the same thing. Can I say that the FBI made in the last 10 days of Ramadan? That's the kind of effort I'm making the first 10 days of the ledger.

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Not it's not not not usually it's not like you have to really appreciate and that's why, even though caveum said that Allah said Walia, Lin Asher, and he didn't say well laya Li l Asher, because it requires knowledge. If you don't have knowledge, you will not know how important this is. If you don't have knowledge many good deeds will miss you by Do you remember what the companion said when the Prophet sighs lm said, Whoever follow whoever prays over a janazah

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when the janazah comes, the body comes up prays over the janazah he gets up here out which is like a mountain of effort in reward. And when they follow the the body to the cemetery, they get a nuclear alternate two of them.

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Some of the Sahaba said how many of these we lost, we didn't realize and we didn't know about it. And many of these mountains of rewards, we lost it because we didn't know about it. And that's the situation if a person doesn't study and learn their religion, many things are going to go past you which are very important. And many things you're not going to do, which you have to do and many things you're going to fall into because you didn't learn your religion properly. So this is part of what we can take from this early part of the social welfare job while they are in action.

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Chef very well what

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a chef is an odd number

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and a letter and in Akira a little both are correct. You can recite both either way, just like you can recite Maliki or Medina and what's the other Kiera?

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What else have you heard people recite apart from Maliki Yama Dean? What do people recite?

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Maliki oma Dean. Yeah, so there is a way of reciting the Quran Malik Yomi Dean, there is a way of reciting the Quran, Maliki, yo MIDI. And the different styles of reading have different each one has a different

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you know choices. So there is also a difference in this word was chef very well wetter, and was chef very well with. But the two here mean the same thing.

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So they don't Some people think with a pair art. Some people think that always the words mean the same thing.

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Meaning whenever the pronunciation changes, but the meaning will be the same. But that's not the case. That's not the case many times the word changes and the meaning changes completely.

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Completely complete difference the meaning changes from one to the,

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to the other. And sometimes the meaning stays the same, but the pronunciation is different. But why is there never there's never a contradiction. There's never a contradiction, but there is sometimes a difference in meaning it gives you more meanings and more understanding. And that's also very sad will lie in this day and age that many of us I would say majority of Muslims, we don't even know anything about the clear out of the Quran.

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We never hear anyone recite the Quran differently. The only thing we hear is have some awesome we just hear the normal style that everybody reads in the mystery that's the only thing we hear

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but we cannot even find him barely find that was half in half let alone can read in different styles of the Quran.

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And then when someone reads the other day it was shifting like him he read solfeggio and half the masjid was gonna correct him.

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I don't know if you read was chef A while later or he read some different styles of the in sort of Sufism. And while other people wanted to and they're like, why was a rereading he doesn't know how to read sort of the future.

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So you should at least be aware of it. You know, if you download Quran, sometimes they sometimes I'm not saying don't confuse your hips or something like don't mix up your hip. But sometimes if you just want to listen to the code and listen to it in a different style, so you don't completely lose Yeah, and it's like you're losing, you're only getting one over nine out of the Quran. And you're leaving eight parts any, or you're getting nine out of 10, for example, and usually 10 main characters, many but 10 or 10 means you're getting one out of 10 and you're leaving nine out of 10.

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And so at least leave yourself some knowledge of this a little bit just from time to time. And we don't mention all the karate or we don't I don't always mention the karate but sometimes I mentioned just here and then. So one of the different ways of reading is a letter and elevator was chef very well written. And both of them mean the same thing. They mean the odd one is in the language of Quraysh. Anyhow Qureshi used to say it, and one is in the language of Tamim how to mean used to say both are fluent Arabic and both a classical Arabic but even classical Arabic, they had differences among the tribes. That was classical. It wasn't it's not a mistake, but there are differences among

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the tribes. And some of the tribes used to say wetter and some of the tribes used to say with

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these days we tend to see winter in terms of our like when we speak among each other don't we call the winter prayer and things like that. So what is the winter? Well, the wetter

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a Scheffer is even number and winter, while wetter is an odd number, an odd number. So here are the scholars of TFC they differ among each other what is the even number and what is the odd number?

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In reality, and allies in general is best I personally feel that all of these examples they gave our min Babbitt MC they just examples. And in reality Allah swore by the even number and the odd number.

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What are examples of what could be meant by the even number and the odd number? One of the famous ones is that the even number is creation and the odd number is the creator. Why?

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The even number is creation.

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Hulk and l Witter is alcoholic, the creator

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of lies one in the law How are you Hey Bill with one of the names of Eliza whittle. Allah is with her and he loves elevator Allah is odd number any allies odd number one one is odd number. Allah is odd numbered and he loves that which is odd numbered.

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But why is the quiet creation called a Scheffer?

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Yes, they even know what some of them said is, with the even and odd I'll talk about others I want to talk about now why is why is creation called even? A simple answer.

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equal so to speak, but not nearly.

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Allah created us in pairs. Allah created us. So Jane, all of creation, typically a vast majority of creation and Allah created them in

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as larger didn't realize what you're saying. So it's never wahala Konerko as Roger we created you in pairs. xojo is a pair right. So Jen, pair, so male and female husband and wife. I like this. Allah created his creation in pairs.

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Right? When ally So Jen is one he doesn't have WeatherTech Allahu Sahaba. He doesn't have any pair to go with him. He doesn't have any companion or any associate or any wife, or any son or any daughter. He doesn't have anyone to go with him. He's alone.

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Alone with no partner, Witter.

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Whereas all of our lives creation is Scheffer. That's one one statement. Some of them they took it based on which nights

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which nights we're talking about the 10 days of the ledger so how is what is the chef I will return?

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We talk about the ledger Ali, leave Ramadan on the side now we're going villager, villager which is a chef very well with

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what's odd and what's even.

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What does he do?

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Well, all you guys celebrate 80 don't know this at what is a day.

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What day is the 10th day it is the 10th day so it is even and the day that is Allah azza wa jal frees the most people from the Hellfire is out of her. And it is odd. So some of them said will shift very well. Witter is free day and out of

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but here there's no need to say that's the only meaning because the Allies Odell kept it General, even an odd some of them they took it to mean the press

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will shift very well with the fault understand, because the final press there is Scheffer and there is Witter. What is the chef are among the photo press fudger vote for

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us or Asia. What is Witter among the foreign press market, right MongoDB is three rocket

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among the sooner press

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Salatu Lael Messner Messner, the night prayer is two by two. And if you fear the fragile time coming, then

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you pray with them, and you make it odd numbered here are numbered. So some of them said this, and many, many other examples they gave or even an odd

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how many times you go around that

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tawaf around the Kaaba

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seven Witter. And what do you pray afterwards?

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What do you pray after tough

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to look at you pray to rock out of Top Chef very well,

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and you have the to lock it off. And the seven times going around the Kaaba, sofa and model how many

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mountains to mountains.

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How many times you go between sofa and model

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seven times with Chef very well, waiter. So like this, there are many, many things in Islam that are combinations of even an odd, even an odd, even an odd, even an odd and I will call you later on when we come to it many examples from the scholars of Islam and the scholars of TFC. They gave maybe, maybe hundreds of exaggeration, but they gave a lot of

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Examples of things which are even an odd even an odd and it seems to me at a larger generals best that I lost war by all of them

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because Allah generally swore by a chef very well with the things that are even in the things that are odd any from the great things amongst Allah's creation and the great a bidat and the acts of worship and the days and the times that you worship Allah that are even and the other ones that are odd and even as you said the even nights of Ramadan and the odd nights of

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Ramadan and so on all of this is within the statement of ally so gel chef very well with the

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last one will lady there yes

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because this is the last part of the puzzle will lelee either yes. By the night time

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either Yes.

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Here I don't usually go too much into Arabic but just for the people who are

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Arabic speakers. We need to make a point here yes or here has a castle on it right? well lately either. Yes. Three have your castle on it

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is called castle on end.

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What is this? If you said this word in normal Arabic what would you say? You wouldn't say yes. What would you say?

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Arabic speakers only?

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What would you say?

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Will lelee either? You wouldn't say yes.

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Yesterday right? When lelee either? Yesterday when lady either yesterday. So why here is they are dropped.

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One of the scholars of Islam asked this to his teacher his teacher made him sleep outside his door for a year before he gave him the answer. And then the answer he gave him wasn't correct.

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But the he made him sleep outside on his doorstep for a year. He said sleep on my doorstep for a year and I will give you the answer.

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That normal in normal spoken Arabic we would say yes re and not Yes.

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Well lately either yesterday.

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But here

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they say it's taken in order to to keep in in in line with the style of the I art welfare job. While I

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was chef for a while with one lady in the yes it keeps in the style of the ayat here in the Quran. It's important to say we never ever say about the Quran, like we say about poetry. In poetry we say about order to share. Right we say that the poet had to do it.

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You know what I mean? in poetry we say the poet had to remove the letter because his poetry wouldn't have worked. We don't say that about the Quran. The Quran is not poetry.

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We don't say anything like that about. It's not the Quran is not poetry. But we say that sometimes Allah azza wa jal removes a letter in order to keep with the style of the IRT need to keep the eye art in the same.

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Any in the same style or something like that. That's, that's the best way I can explain it in English and to keep the eye out, like that. We don't say to Ryan, because it's the purpose of the court and it's not to rain. It's not it's not rhyming. It's not a it's not a rhyme. It's not poetry. So we don't say so that it rhymes. That's not not the right word to use about the crime. But we say so that it matches

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so that the ends of the ayat match or saw that the eye started the style of the eye art matches.

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The night when it goes by

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now I'm going to leave you with something to think about.

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Allies JAL swore by the night in several places in the Quran.

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I want you if you can for next week to gather together for me just English translation is fine.

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The different places where Allah swore about the night in the Quran

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Yeah, we'll layli and then so on. And we'll see if this is the same as them or if this is different,

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healthy vatika Casa one Li the hedger that ally soldier tells us that in this terrorism all four people have intellect and inshallah next week we're going to talk about that idea. But I want you to gather together for me, if you can, the places in the Quran where Allah swears by the night

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and describes it.

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Will lady either yaksha

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What else do we have from the top of your head that you can think of?

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well lately is

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at about or so.

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Hey either as for for example. So there are places in the Quran where Allah swore by a lady by the night, see if you can bring them together in one place and we'll see if this is the same or if this is different, and inshallah we're going to talk next time about AD and samode and around and why Allah azza wa jal mentioned them in context with discussion. And I'm gonna leave you one more thing to think about. And that is a big question.

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What is the purpose of this classroom?

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Normally, there's an answer right? For example, what do we say what Shamsi will do haha.

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Well, comedy is a teller. When he had his agenda when Lady Gaga was about you, Mr. Burnett. How will you allow for ha ha. When I've seen women will have Alabama Georgia taqwa called f la hemmens occur in here Allah swore by all those things for the purpose of the statement. f le hemmens aka the one who purifies their soul will definitely be successful in this surah what is the purpose behind the the swearing by these things? Where's the sentence that says I was just to think about I don't want the answer now. Just to think about Yeah, where is the sentence? Where is the conclusion of all of this welfare john Wiley early Nash was chef very well worth well lately either. Yes. Healthy there

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Lika Casa Molly the hedge what's the

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what's the what's the bringing you to what's the what's it drawing your attention to? And then I'm gonna quote you what even okay am said and will lie when I heard what am said about this. I started thinking well, this man was a genius.

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Even though he was a genius you read what he said you said How did he get that from that? It's like you cannot you sit there just shaking your head with how did he find that from there? And I will quote some of the things that he said it's not easy this one it's not easy to find what is the purpose behind this person? The reason behind it what's the it's drawing your attention it's bringing you to what

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have a think about inshallah for next time. So do we have any questions before we finish no answers to the questions I asked. Okay, I want people to think about it for next time

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yes re with the in any other karate Not that I know of. Not that I know but you can you know it's there because of the castle on the rock well yeah well lady either Yes. Very healthy like that if you join it

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I mean, not that I know of like I haven't memorized all I need to clear out so me I'm number two I'm not like I'm not on number 10 so I'm not I am not like that I know of I don't know of a camera that has a clearer image who rather has

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okay, do we have any questions from the guys here?

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So you guys know is that time for a shot is gone to half past

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six year so that everybody knows is that that's the new time for our class now and that's inshallah and I think that will be for you know a little while Charla

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no more questions no one here Okay, inshallah that's what Allah made easy for us to mention. analyzer generals vessels. salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad Ali. He was very economical.

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