Tafseer Of Surah Fatihah #17

Tim Humble


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around this way as much as you can.

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so we just had some problems with the audio connection, just that we were having some difficulties that we went live on the live stream. But the audio was not working, we couldn't get any audio or sound. So we had to switch to a backup microphone. So I'm hoping and I'm looking at the stream right now, and it looks like everybody can hear me inshallah. So I'm hoping that everyone who's watching the stream can hear me, inshallah, and we can continue on from where we started. So Bismillah Alhamdulillah, WA Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah. While it was.

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So we have a brand new topic today, which we have not done before. And that is the topic of Tafseer.

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Now, I'm just gonna start very genuine. What do you think, type C of the Quran? What does it mean to you? And I wish to highlight Sharla in the future, we'll find a way to be able to actually ask the people who are watching at home, but at the moment because of the rules of YouTube.

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YouTube actually doesn't allow me to when there's kids on who are watching, it doesn't allow us to have a conversation. So I can't, I can see that. a thumbs up and stuff from people, but I can't see any, any feedback. So I'm having just to ask, there's only two kids here. I have to ask them both. So what do you understand from the word type? CLM talk about types you have to understand.

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Okay, you understand translation? Okay, that's a start. Okay. Not quite, not quite what Tafseer means? Can you translate the program? Really?

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What language is that? Could it start with?

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What kind of Arabic?

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Saudi Arabic right?

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Original Arabic very nice classical Arabic, pure Arabic. Do you know what I

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was pure Arabic.

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In Dan's a novel,

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out Albion, Alico capito, in Surah, Yusuf saris, Nan's and now an RBM that I love.

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So we've sent it as an Arabic, pure Arabic.

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Very good, so it can't really be translated. What's a different word maybe for translate is not the right word.

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But it's tipsy. I've got books of Tafseer on my, on my library over there, which are in Arabic. They're not so tipsy, it is not about English.

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Explaining the meaning. Okay, good. So I think a nice way of explaining to series understanding what Allah meant by his speech.

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That's a very nice

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it's a very nice way of explaining to you and that is explaining the meaning of what Allah said.

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Now, today, we're obviously going to explain the meaning in English, but tipsy it doesn't have to be an English tipsy, it can be from Arabic to Arabic. To explain, and to sort of help you to understand what Allah meant and what Allah said, in the Quran. And the Quran is Allah speech, right? Allah spoke.

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I mean, we have the Quran in written written down. But in the first place, Allah spoke the Quran. And the angel gibreel took

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the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So it's what Allah said. And we know that because Allah said, we're in a hypermedia machine as the Java God who had yes Mark Allah mala is one of the polytheists one of the people who didn't that they worship the idols and they didn't believe in Islam. If one of them asks you for safety, give them safety until they hear the speech of Allah until they hear what Allah said.

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Then from that, man and then take them back to their place of safe.

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So here, Allah said, that the Quran is Caleb. It's what Allah said. It's Allah speech, Allah spoken and we are

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To understand what it is that the Quran is asking us, why is it important to understand? Why don't we just recite it? Why don't we? Why do we ever need to know what al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen? What the meaning of it is? Why is it important? Why can we not just recite, I can just learn? And hamdulillah he wrote Rabbil alameen Why do I need to actually understand it?

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Okay, but I'm not seeing something good. I know, I don't know what I'm saying. But I know I'm saying something good because it's from the Quran.

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Why do you need to?

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It contains information. Okay? What am I supposed to do with that information? What's the point?

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So I can do it. The point of the Quran is to act upon the guidance from Allah, it's a laws guidance, right? It's what Allah gave us a special message, so that we could know how to live our lives. So we have to be able to put it into practice. And we have to be able to do what a lot holders, and unless we understand the code, and we can't do that, so briefly, I just want to talk about our relationship with the Quran, and how do we what are the things that we as Muslims have to do when it comes to the Quran? So, one thing I'm going to give you the first one is to recite the Quran, right? We have to recite the Quran, we recite the Quran inside of our prayer, we recite the Quran, outside of our

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prayer. And I would advise all of you, every single one of you watching at home, and I advise myself as well, to have a will of the Quran that you recite every day. What does that mean? A piece of portion,

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peace piece of the Quran that you recite every single day. Even if it's always small, some of the scholars said you should try and read at least 20 pages.

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But let's just say that you are most of the early generation, they used to recite

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around 60 pages every day, at least 60 pages every day 60 to 70.

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But most of the scholars say you should do at least 20 pages. But even if you just do two pages every day, or five pages every day, at least you will keep on finishing. And a lot of you if you look at your mums and dads, you see that maybe mom and dad don't finish the plan all the time. Whereas we supposed to be it's not just Ramadan, we're supposed to be finishing the pot all the time. And I told you most of the people in the past, they used to finish the Quran three times every month. That's not normal. But that's normal. Like that was normal everybody. And the norm was you finish the plan three times every month. That means 60 pages a day, right? 6070 pages a day, you

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finish the ad every month, three times every month. And some people did more things to finish four times. And that was outside of Ramadan. And Ramadan. Some of them used to finish every day. And some of them used to finish every three days. And some of them it said they used to finish twice a day in Ramadan, once in the morning in the daytime and one Cinder in the nighttime the whole crime.

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Some of those things are said for for us, what I just want you to start with is just having a week, every day having a piece of the Quran that you need every single day, even if it's just one page, even if it's just a little bit. But if it's one page, then every two years you finish the whole plan, right? If it's two pages every day, because the plan is, what about 600 pages roughly. So if it's one page, if it's one page,

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every day, it will take you just a little bit less than two years to finish the whole call. If it's half a page a day longer, if it's two pages a day, you could finish the program in less than a year, every single just keep finishing again and again. So we just have a piece of the plan that you read every day, what else do you have to do with?

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memorize, memorize, that's really important. And I would also advise you that when it comes to memorizing that it's really important to have somebody who's your teacher who's helping you to memorize otherwise you memorize incorrectly, and it wastes a lot of time. We know we all had that all of us sitting here we all experienced like that what happens when you when you memorize the Quran incorrectly, and then you have to

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unlearn what you learned and you have to learn it again. And when it comes to memorizing the Quran, you don't have to be fast. It's not very much to finish the whole for and if you think about it, it's only 600 pages. If you even did, let's just say you want to finish the core and in 10 years, let's just say right now you are hold hold

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You want to finish?

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By the time you are 18? In 10 years?

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Okay, 10 years. So that's only 60 pages a year?

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Yeah, that's only something in the region of five pages a month.

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Okay, which is just a little bit more than a page a week.

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There's very little in it just a very small amount. Yeah, I mean, so if we divide that over the week, we see roughly

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give or take three lines a day, say roughly three lines a day, and you're going to finish the crime in less than 10 years. three lines of that's it.

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So it just shows you how you can do just a little tiny bit. Otherwise, you get to 40 years old, and you're sitting there thinking, What am I going to finish memorizing the corner. And to be honest, he only needed three lines a day to finish it in 10 years.

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So it's not difficult to do, you have to go regularly, you have to have a teacher. And I would recommend with your teacher you first of all need, what you're going to memorize from the must have from the must have is what we call the copy of the Quran, write the copy itself, because I must have you read the must have to your teacher, you make sure you read it correctly, then you go away and memorize it, then you come back, you close the mustache and you read it by heart. How many times do you think you have to read something before it sticks in your memory?

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100 times what do you think?

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depends on the person doesn't. But definitely more than you think a lot of people think just two or three times. But that doesn't really sit in your memory for good for it to stay in your memory, to be honest, you have to like put it in your mind, like 1015 times, and then let it go. Like let a few hours go go do something else and then come and put it in again. And you keep doing that throughout the day. And by the end of the day. You've got it. But you do probably need to read it at least 30 4050 times before it's going to set in your memory even if you've got good memory. Whereas a lot of people what they do three to three times and just they sort of noise and then they read it and

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then they forget it. And that doesn't work. Okay, that's memorizing the plan. What else do we have to do?

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part from reading and memorizing?

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Apart from activity school activity, I'll speak about that. What else?

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reciting, okay, reciting memorizing score for that wells.

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Do they not? Think about

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reflect on the product? So you just listening to the album just thinking, thinking about? What does this mean for me? What is this idea about? Why did Allah tell us this? Why is it important? How can I

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learn more about it?

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And Tafseer of the plan, understanding the meaning of the crime, and acting upon it. And all of those Lastly,

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thinking about it, and understanding and activating all of them, they need you to know what the words mean. Otherwise, you can't do any of those lessons.

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You can recite, you can memorize without knowing what the words, but you can't think about it unless you know what the words mean. You can't understand what the meaning is. And you can't put it into practice. So for most of what you need for the call, and you need two more words, what about your prayers as well?

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In your Salah.

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It's very difficult if you don't know what what things mean. First of all, you get bored standing demands reading for a long time and you think he was he

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is reading you switch off after a while because you don't know what was being said. And also what you're reading yourself, your heart's not in it, because you don't know really what you're saying. You don't know exactly what you see. So it's very important to know what you're seeing in your in your presentation.

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That's very good. So now, let's start at the beginning. And let's start by talking about the Tafseer the explanation and the meaning of the very first sort of

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which is sort of in fire.

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First of all, what does that mean to you?

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think you know, what do you think is opening? Good?

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Good. So far to have Arabic towards better half or in Arabic is to open.

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So for example, I would say to you if to help

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open the door

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yet so the word Fattah in Arabic means to open. So Fatiha is the opening for opening. The first. And the beautiful thing about sort of the Fatiha is it's like a summary of the whole class.

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It's like a lot took the whole meaning of the plan,

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and just summarized it into this one. Small, so how many is 717? Definitely.

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seven, IRT.

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And the whole meaning of the plan is inside. Everything is in the plan is summarized in shorter fat.

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Now, super fat hack is in the form of a draft? How do we know it's in the form of it?

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How do we know that it's a what what things are in sort of had to have that? We know that it's

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you're asking for something? She's asking a lot for something. How else do you know that?

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What comes at the end of sort of it? I mean, I mean, what does that mean? mean? What does our mean? mean?

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mean? What does it mean?

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What does it mean?

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It means except one

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except my job.

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Except steady, except my to answer my job. That's what it means.

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A law and semi.

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Okay, so we're going to start at the very start.

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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The scholars have

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they some of them said it's an ayah. And some of them said it's not an AI. They all agreed seven eyes. But they then they said some of them said it's an ayah. Some of them said it's not.

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And I because the number the N changes that they said the last two they put together the ones who said Bismillah is the first one then the last two they put together and the one who said Bismillah is not the first one and the last two days split apart.

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But anyway, is definitely the beginning of the soul. If it's not an IRA, then it's an introduction to this. So it's either an IRA or it's a it's definitely there's definitely several trust there's

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it's 7am it's even actually mentioned in the Puranas.

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Seven is that are repeated again and again.

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But Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim is either an iron or it's either the introduction to the sword. Okay, what does it mean? Do you know any of those words? Because we're just going to ask you straight straight away. I would love to ask everyone who's watching. But since we don't, we're not allowed. What What would you say? What do you do any of those words?

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Okay, so you're saying Bismillah means In the name of Allah. Okay. So can you break down the words from what what means what?

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What is each one we well how do you say name in Arabic? What's the Arabic word for me? Is so the big Bismillah that is, is in Bismillah means name. Okay.

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And Allah Bismillah. Yeah, he has the word alignment, this meaning that the word Allah that means a lot. So it's Milla means a law's name.

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Okay, you with me so far? Bismillah the ismaila bit that means all laws. Name. So what is the big

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like inside?

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By so not

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you're very close. Here, what we see with the big is what it really means.

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It means something like with or in OPI, because in Arabic, the small words are quite similar. But what we need is what are we? What are we trying to say? What we're trying to see is, as

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I asked for your help. So obviously the I asked for is not mentioned. But that's what is, that's the meaning of the bat is that I'm seeking the help of. So we serve, I'm saying In the name of Allah With the name of Allah. But what he really means to start with is I'm asking for your help.

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Asking for help, by mentioning

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the name of Allah, and asking for allies help by mentioning the name of Allah.

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And we know that because when you say Bismillah, it's all the time and you want help from a lot to start something like you know, when you're going to eat, you say Bismillah you go outside, you say Bismillah. You come in, you say Bismillah. So you're actually asking a lot of help.

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What are you asking a lot? For?

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Because it's not mentioned, right? It's just Bismillah. In an invalid, it's not mentioned? Or Allah, I'm asking your help to.

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It's understood, but it's not mentioned.

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What you asking ALLAH is helpful.

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Here, you're asking Allah has helped to read the Quran, to understand the Quran, to recite it properly, to act upon it, all of those things. Why do you think that it doesn't mention what you're asking for?

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To keep it general right, so that it can be used for everything. Otherwise, you would have to each learn a different Arabic word for everything you want to do is have to say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim Raheem, as you do,

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on reciting the F have an understanding of Ra. And I'm reading what I felt. And I'm memorizing what all suddenly and I'm praying, but you'd have to learn a lot of different all these different words, right? So it keeps it general. And also, it gives importance to allies, me, because nothing else goes along with this just allows me. So it's like you're seeing the most important thing is allies name, not what I'm going to do. Right? Does that make sense? So you're asking for allies help by mentioning a law's name or names here, because the word name doesn't just mean one name, but it means names in general, all of our last names. And there's three names that are mentioned in this.

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What are the three names? Use of what are the three names that I mentioned in Bismillah?

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R Rahman.

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R Rahim three means you mentioned. So why do you think you mentioned those three meanings out of all of the names of Allah?

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By default,

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so those names you'll be answered, Okay, that's good. But wouldn't you be answered with all the names of all life you said? Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah, Yom

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smilla al Maliki produce

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and a hadith summit.

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So why is the most time Why don't we say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Allah.

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You ask Him for His mercy. That's one thing is that you're asking for a lot to be merciful. You're asking a lot Have mercy. What does mercy mean?

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not forgive.

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Would you not say that mercy you will almost say it to be kinder than you deserve. like to give you more than what you deserve. Like that. Even though you might have done something that's wrong but still allow will overlook it and forgive it and will be kinder to you that even what you what you deserve care.

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Allah for even more than

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you asking Allah for even more than what you really deserve, you're asking Allah for more. So you're asking Allah and the main Allah is a laws greatest, the most important and all of the other names of Allah go back to that. So we say our Ramadan is the name of

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Allah. And Allah Rahim is the name of Allah and Allah Malik is the name of Allah and Allah to Deuce is the name of Allah. And we don't say and Malik is the name of our of man. Right? All of the names of Allah they go back to

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a lot. So we say our rush man is the name of Allah. Or Rahim is the name of Allah. So always give the names the names always go back to Allah. So it's always most important name and allies Greatest Name. What is the name? Allow me

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all of those names in there. But what if you have so much to say to you? What does it mean?

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Just give me a simple meaning of what does it mean? Allah? God, okay, but God is maybe Allah.

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But what is Allah?

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The Name of Allah,

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the name of Allah, it means

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the one who is every attribute of God, he has every everything that makes him deserving of worship. So the only one that deserves to be worshipped, that's a good way of putting the only one that deserves to be worshipped. Why is the only one that deserves to be worshipped? Let's just say if someone came to you and said, You know, they said, they worship

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the scarf. Right? They worship the stars, so they worship the sun. And you said, you shouldn't worship the sun should worship Allah. And they said, Why should I worship Allah alone? Doesn't the sun keep me warm all day?

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The sun didn't create you yet, but it keeps you motivated.

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couldn't live without the sun?

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Very good. That's a good answer. It doesn't deserve to be worshipped because Allah created the sun and the sun didn't create anything. And Allah gave the sun is heat and it's light. And

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yeah, and Allah created everything, and it didn't create anything. So what you would say is it doesn't have any of the attributes of God. It doesn't have any of the names of God it doesn't it doesn't do what God does. It doesn't answer your it doesn't create, it doesn't make you die. It doesn't make you live, it doesn't. It doesn't do anything, except what Allah told it to do. So it doesn't have any of the attributes or any of the names or any of the signs of God. Right. So that's really what the word Allah means is the only one who has Who here has the things that make him deserving of worship. The only one that has the things that make him deserving of worship. That's

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what the word Allah. Allah means. Okay, that's the word Allah. What about the word of white man?

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What is Rockman?

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Miss? So our rush man is the Most Merciful.

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Most Merciful, the Most Merciful. So is there anyone more merciful than Allah? What about your mom and dad?

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Allah is more merciful, even than your mom and dad.

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The Prophet says in one day, he saw a woman she lost her child, she was looking for a child. Could you imagine if your mom lost you use specifically?

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I imagine all the time. But no. Could you imagine if your mom lost you? What would How would your mom be running around? should not be running around?

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Yeah. And she this lady she lost her child. She was looking everywhere. Every time she saw anyone's child. She picked the challenge given

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the profits. I still am sad to see that woman over that

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episode. Yeah. So do you think she would take her child and throw him in the fire?

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They said no messenger of Allah. She will never do that. As long as she is able to keep her child safe. She would never

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Put her child in the fight. He said, a law is more merciful to you than she is to her child.

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Allah has more mercy to you than she has to her

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child, the Most Merciful? Allah is mercy, the effects of all the mercy of a light shed into 100. How many do you think were sent out of 100? How many were sent out to

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all the mercy in the world? You think 60

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out of

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all the mercy you see on this world, is just one out of 100 where's the 99 that

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they saved for the Muslims on the day of judgment? See, for the Muslims after the last safe 99

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types of His mercy for the Muslims when they die, and only one he gave on this word.

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And all the mercy You see, even when you see the animal, when it lifts up it who is who so it doesn't hurt the baby,

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mercy animal

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when the baby is underneath, and it doesn't want to hurt it lifts up excuse. That's all the effects of one out of 100 of allies most. So allies

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and allies out to him. And the meaning of our hand also comes from Russia. And the meaning is the ally gives that mercy to whoever he wants, does he give it to everyone equally?

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What do you think?

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Does it go to everyone the same?

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Because definitely, Allah gives it to whoever he wants whenever he wants. And for example, if you look at Muslims, Allah has given us more mercy. Because Allah has given us their mercy, special mercy, which is Islam. Yeah. And if Allah give you more knowledge about Islam, that's more mercy. And the mercy that Allah gave to the prophets was more than the mercy He gave to everybody else. So the mercy of Allah is not the same. So Allah gives it to whoever he wants. And that's really why you mentioned the name. Because you're asking a law that you give, you've got a choice or like you do whatever you want, nobody can force you to do anything. But I'm asking you to give me some of that

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special mercy that you only give to some people. You don't give to everybody

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or Rama and you give it was for everybody. Or Rahim you give it to special people. So I'm asking you for the mercy generally, and I'm asking you specially for your special mercy that you only give to the specialty.

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And I'm asking you for that so that I can read and memorize the Quran, understand, think about and act upon them.

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So that's Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. And we just do one more ayah and then we'll continue next week inshallah, because the times less

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so we say I will do the Europe in Ireland.

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I'll have Okay, first of all, my simple question is any of these words that you know, Al hamdu, lillahi. Wa, and hamdu lillahi, rabbil, alameen. Any of those words that you know, any one of them, and ham? Or lillahi? Rabbil aalameen? Any of those words?

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Rob, what does that mean?

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It's one of those names. Very good. Excellent. Rob is one of our last names it means the Lord

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the Lord. Okay, good. We gotta come to that. Any words you knew from that?

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I'll hand this praise. Okay.

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Rob is Lord.

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Okay, universe not bad. I mean is, I mean, is the pool of Ireland.

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Ireland is a world. So let's start with the Ireland. What different worlds

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matoba Earth and Mars and Pluto, I'm talking about the on Earth.

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save the world of guttata. The world of guttata the world of

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so we've got the world of the animals for example, good. The world of animals what other worlds

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the world of human beings good.

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The world of the gym.

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The gym

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was of the age.

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Jill's very good before the gym.

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You have to give me an FCC said the word now you said the word gin now you have to tell me what

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the invisible good

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some of them can fly good

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What are they? invisible? What messages invisible telephone signals invisible what people kind of?

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So would you say they're a creation of a law?

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Have intelligence and free will, which means they they're not like robots or plants or something, they have intelligence and they have a free choice about whether to be good or whether to be bad. And they're invisible because how does that make them different from the angels? Because the angels are creation of a law they also have intelligence. But what don't the angels have? angels don't have free will. That's the idea.

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It's the idea.

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Lie soon Aloha.

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wife Iona my mother.

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They don't disobey Allah with what he told them and they do exactly what they're told. So the angels are different like that. Also the creation, what were angels made of light? And what are the jinn made of smokeless fire? And what are people made of?

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Original clay? Yeah, clay to rock dust, water,

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original. And then each creation went their own when they own okay? So the world of the jinn, the world of the angels, the world of

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people, the world of animals, and many other things.

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Allah is the hub of all of those words. That's why one of those words is called Allah. And all of them together are called Allah. And Allah is Rob Bula Island, the Lord of all of those worlds.

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Yes, they do.

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All the animals worship Allah.

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All animals worship Allah.

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Because Allah said,

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Allah said about them

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while I can lead up

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to speed,

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they all say Suppan Allah, but you don't understand. When they say Subhana.

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Allah knows best. I don't know the answer, because we don't understand what the Anima say. But yes, even those animals in their own way they harm because they dangerous for us, or they're, you know, bad for us. But Allah made them for a reason. All of them know that allies, their Lord, and all of them praise Allah in their own way.

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But I don't know about some of the animals that the Prophet sighs and didn't like. Like the scorpion he said Latin a lot and a lot of curse the scorpion I don't know whether it's included in the animals.

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Allah mentioned, every one of them has its own way of praising Allah.

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And the angels praise Allah, angels worship Allah. The Prophet says and said something amazing about the interviewer. He said, he said, the heavens are creaking.

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The sky is creaking

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and it deserves to creak. Why did he say the sky is creaking? creaking is right. Like it's making like it's making a noise that it's about to break.

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Like once too much weight is on and it's

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he said there's not a space even the size of a hand except there's an angel in it. That is

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rocking. This rod here is bowing or is Craig making such that

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there is a cabinet above the cabinet.

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Did you

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beta normal

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for the beta it's above the cap 70,000 angels go around it

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Every day I none of them ever come back again.

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Think of that since Allah created the heavens 70,000 every day go around a beta l'amour. And what they never, ever, ever come back again. And just.

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And that's why I lost it when I drew that up because nobody knows the army of a likes. How big is that? How many other angels?

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So Allah is Rob bull and a lot of all of those words, what is the word rub? Note? What do you understand from that? Anything else that doesn't have to be a law as such, but what just what you understand from that word not?

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Someone said Lord of the Manor Lord of them, like King good. That's a very that's completely correct. The word Lord comes meaning came true.

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What else? What about the one in charge? Like someone in charge? Wouldn't you see the word Lord? Someone who is in charge that comes meaning King becomes meaning someone in charge?

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What else? What would you expect people do towards a lot.

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Not just respect more than

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a, b, right?

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A B. So those are the meanings that it comes with an Arabic it's the one who is the king for Sovereign, the one who is in charge, and the one that everyone abase and the one who's in control of everything. That's what the word Rob comes with. And that's what it means for a lot. But obviously, for a lot. It's not the same like for for people, right? We don't use the word Rob Lord for people, except in a sentence like Lord of the Manor, or Lord of the house or something. But we don't use the word Lord on its own etc. Because Allah is the one who is the true king, in charge of everything and everyone and in control of everyone and allies, the one who creates everything, and allies, the one

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who makes people live and makes people die. And allies, the one that nothing happens on the heavens of the earth without his permission. And everything obeys the command of Allah. So Allah is abroad, and in fact, all the things that Allah does come back to the name of Rob. So tell me some things that allowed us

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tell me some things a lot of us think about, you're going to say be sensible, that say something about us. For example, I'll give you one Allah causes people to die. Nobody dies unless Allah has decreed for them to die. Tell me something that allowed us

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a lot of controls everything.

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A lot creates. Everything is a lot of creation.

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A lot shows mercy.

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A lot provides a lot gives us our, all our risk, our money, our food, our everything. But then some of my siblings, my mom and dad Give me food.

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They just the way that Allah gives it to you, they just the way that Allah gives it to you, but it's all from Allah.

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So all of those things that Allah does, and there's many more, we just covered just a few examples. All of those are flowers in the name of the blog.

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And from the meaning of the word Rob is the one who looks after you as you grow up.

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That's from the meaning of the word Rob.

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The one who looks after you and takes care of you and teaches you. How do we know that Allah teaches us how we got hired? Can you think of a pie in the sky? That says that Allah teaches us

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you have to tell me

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your product, this mirror, we can maybe Holla Holla inside I mean Allah, the Quran to tell Exelon and levy and never built a column.

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I learned an insane anatomy. The one who taught with the pen he taught mankind what we never used to know.

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So Allah teaches us and that's the meaning of sound of the meaning of Rob And Allah as we grow up, because when you were born, did you know anything?

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didn't know anything. You came out a little baby. You did it.

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No, anything at all anything. And so look at you now you're given answers about Surah Fatiha Islam. And you know, and I know how to pray, Who taught you all of those things? A lot. Yes, your mom and dad and your teachers they they allow was the one Allah made them. The ones that

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taught you and helped you to all of it came from Allah because they didn't know anything when they were born, who taught them, it all came from

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Allah. So Allah looks after you as you grow up.

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And Allah looks after you in special way as well like in a general way in a special way. Generally a lot looks after everyone. Because if I didn't look after you wouldn't be able to live. But in a special way, how does a law look after people in a special way?

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I like showing you Islam, and letting you learn more and more about Islam and your Eman goes up and you become a better Muslim. That's how I look after you in a special way. And that's the meaning of the word, Rob as well. So we've just got covered a bit more about the about the hire and handle is praised. All Praise to Allah here means all types. The LVM means all types, all types of hands. So what is what is praised, he explained what does it mean? Praise generally what is impressive, I say,

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okay, a compliment. Good. That's not a bad word. compliment. like to say something good about someone to say something good about who someone is or what someone does. Yeah, to say something good about who someone is, or what someone does. So to say something good about our laws about who Allah is, like his name's Allah or Rahman r Rahim. That's all right, praising Allah, and praising Allah for what he does. praising Allah because he is a rub.

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He is Rob bull and the Lord of all of that works. So what's the difference between praise and do not regret achievement effects? And like tax, what's the difference between praise and thanks?

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Thanks is a specific type of praise. Okay. Yeah, it's good. It's good.

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Thanks. Thank you. Okay. But how do you show a lot that you're grateful?

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So having this something you say, right here is something that you,

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you see, but you can show a lot that you're grateful by how you act

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and by what you what you think in your heart as well. So, Hamed is more specific in that way because you're actually expressing it on your on your tongue.

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The other thing is

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the word grateful or thankful. He usually comes when Allah has given you something. When does hand come?

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all the time? What's up?

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What's the doll hamdu lillahi Allah.

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Cooley had Alhamdulillah Allah Cooley had, we praise Allah in every situation.

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So that's the two main differences are.

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You craze a line every situation not just when something good happens but being grateful or thankful is usually when something good happens to you.

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And you show you're thankful, by your actions and by your heart and by your tone, the hand is something that you say, when you praise a lot of 100 and the labia Linda it means for a law alone

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and handle Linda leakier means alone for and handle all praise. Linda is for a lot alone.

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What Bill alameen Allah is the Lord of all.

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So we've learned two parts of sole proprietorship, the introduction

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and the first is 111 Robben Island.

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inshallah, we will continue next week on from there, and we're going to inshallah, try to understand more about this. If you have any questions

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Very that's a beautiful question. How was that brought out until it became in the messy with us? That's very, very good. Now that needs a full lecture to give you lots of information. But I'm just going to give you a little bit like a little bit of an answer. So first of all, I last spoke,

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and the Quran was brought by gibreel. And it was brought to the lowest Heaven,

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guts, that was the heaven which is above us. Right. And that was on which day

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and which night

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in Zelda, houfy Laila to Qatar and later to

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in Ramadan.

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And from there, it was given to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. In small parts, it wasn't given in one go.

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It wasn't given like the whole quarter ended up coming one day, it was given to him in small parts. And Allah made it so it was easy for him to remember.

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Allah Subhana Allah said, Samuel curry or care Fela tensor, we are going to have the Quran that's going to be read to you and you will forget to put and is going to be putting your heart and we won't forget.

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So the prophet SAW Selim. Eventually by the end of his life, he had to hold the first eye of the Puranas

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if Cora and the last Ayah to be revealed in the Quran was

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was the last hire to be

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what tough we all went to the javelin Uffizi,

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so much was similar to what I've seen Mark has ever

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So to sort of the industry,

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this was the last time

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around the last

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the year before he died, he revised it twice with debris, we went over it again, beginning to end with gibreel twice

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the companions of the Prophet sighs and then they were learning from him, and some of them learnt it so well that he recommended people to learn from them. For example,

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He said whoever wants to read the Quran like it was revealed.

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Let him lead,

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and light up to live in

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an RV pilot personality.

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Many, many, many, from the

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many, many, many,

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many, many of the Sahaba who were from the recitals,

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and they learned the whole Quran from the Prophet salallahu it

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and they

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all came together in the time of Islam.

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And they all agreed on the

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what the prophet Simon had taught them. Because by then people thought well, maybe what it what will happen when these people die. Because Okay, before the Prophet system died, he gave it to them and they all learnt it. And there are many, many who learnt it. So now what will happen if they died? So they all came together? And they made sure that the code that was written down, was written down exactly like the profit size on top. And anything where they differ, they had to come together as a big group and agree. What's the right Okay, got it all together is exactly right. All of us agree. He's all the people the profit size and specifically set that to buy even a car but you are, you

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know, you're the best reset, you're the recital. And they all came together and they all agreed. And then that copy of the plan was used to send out to make other copies. And in those days, there was no printing. So people used to copy

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by hand. But what if man did was very clever. But Viola high. He didn't want people to copy from a coffee from a coffee because people make mistakes. So what he did is he had one official copy sent to every city.

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And anyone in the city can go and take the copy that's been checked by the Sahaba only Sahaba and they can take it in their city and they can make a copy

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As well as the copies all these people that have memorized, so anytime a copy is made until today, even when it comes out of the printing press from the computer, they don't leave it like that. They give it to someone who memorize the Quran five, six people, or memorize the Quran, they all read it look for any mistakes.

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Yeah. And then after the printing press, and so on. So still the plan is written by hand, it's not printed, it's written by hand. And that's copied. And it's made into 20 pages, and it's printed out. And every time they print it, they that batch that they print, they give it to a committee of people who

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memorize. Yeah.

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Yeah, even though there are original copies, yeah, they're very old copies. They're very, very old, very old copies of museums.

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And they give like that, out to the to a big group of people who all memorize the Quran, and they all read it and check it and make sure it's exactly the same.

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What really kept us unsafe was it writing was memorizing.

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is the fact that all those people memorized.

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So even if anyone ever one day made a mistake in the writing, everybody would know because everybody memorized. But at the same time, they also wrote it down on the side of the Prophet system as well. So they had it written and memorize that check, double check that, at the time of reprimand, they all came together, like a big group, and they all agreed that this is exactly how it should be. A McLaren has different ways of reading, and all of that inside of them.

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All of that

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came down to all of those different

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with all of these different things. Yeah.

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All of the difference. The Prophet says, recite all of them. And the Quran came with seven different

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sometimes it's spicy like means like seven different languages of the Arabs. The Arabs had their own tribes had their own words they used all of the different words from the different tribes that came with all it.

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So use words from Quraysh words from taming words from different tribes from different people among the Arabs, all of their languages, found in the

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spoke Arabic but they spoke their own. They had their own Arabic That was for them and the Quran had has all

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and then the Quran has different ways of reciting many different ways of reciting it. And the prophets hasn't recited all of them, but all of them match. What oath man and those companions what they put together, they're not different from it in the match the thing What this means is

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they they just describe different style different different words different pronunciations.

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Does that does that make sense to you how the Prime Minister

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Any more questions?

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as well a lot easier for me to mention. I was basically starting syllable