Surah Kahf FULL – Beautiful Recitation by Abu Bakr Al Shatry! – English Translation

Salamu ‘Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh, 18th Chapter of the Qur’an, Surat al- Kahf – The Cave, beautifully recited by Qari Abu Bakr Al-Shatry – English Translation included. Dedicated to a great sister, Freedom4palastine – May Allah grant her JannatulFirdaws – in-shaa’Allah ya like it. Alhamdulillah the Ad that youtube displayed before this video has been removed. Alhamdulillah. ❤Virtues of Reciting Surat al-Kahf during the day or night of Jumu’ah -Friday❤ ● From Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri, who said: “Whoever reads Soorat al-Kahf on the night of Jumu’ah, will have a light that will stretch between him and the Ancient House (the Ka’bah).” [Narrated by al-Daarimi, 3407. This hadeeth was classed as saheeh by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami, 6471] ● “Whoever reads Soorat al-Kahf on the day of Jumu’ah, will have a light that will shine from him from one Friday to the next.” [Narrated by al-Haakim, 2/399; al-Bayhaqi, 3/249. Ibn Hajar said in Takhreej al-Adhkaar that this is a hasan hadeeth, and he said, this is the strongest report that has been narrated concerning reading Soorat al-Kahf. See: Fayd al-Qadeer, 6/198. It was classed as saheeh by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 6470] ● It was narrated that Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘Whoever reads Soorat al-Kahf on the day of Jumu’ah, a light will shine for him from beneath his feet to the clouds of the sky, which will
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Anders Behring Breivik’s trial: Day 1 – Arraignment (English) [16.04.2012]

Sadly I missed the trial’s opening where Breivik did his Hitler salute and pleaded “not guilty”. Also I decided to not cut off advertising and news breaks in order to preserve the way this event was reported about. ~ TIMELINE: 02:55 prosecutioners start 04:11 summary 07:03 1995-2006 07:35 Knights Templar 11:06 school and company foundation 13:57 selling of false diplomas and money laundry 17:35 political- and freemason movement 19:28 2006 – 4. May 2011 20:35 living place 22:02 World of Warcraft 25:40 Breiviks manifest 29:12 acquisitions 30:33 uniform 31:30 equipment “Hunting Permit” 34:40 arms and amunition 35:50 bomb acquisitions 37:10 credit cards 38:17 4. May – 21. July 2011 38:45 Breiviks farm 42:06 The bomb 44:01 primary explosive 45:10 secondary explosive, amplifying device, main charge 52:42 Beiviks arrest on 22. July 2011 59:05 Breiviks Templar movie (not aired) / moneymakerFX IMPORTANT: If someone can provide me with uncut high-quality footage of the trial’s opening (it was fully broadcasted), I would be delighted.

The Borgmann Project: Listing all the Words in English

Google Tech Talks August 13, 2008 ABSTRACT Contrary to popular belief, current unabridged dictionaries contain only a small fraction of all the words in English. This is primarily because it costs money for a publisher to include a word in a dictionary, and therefore the publisher includes only words that will be “valuable” in some sense to the dictionary purchaser. As publishing moves increasingly into electronic form, the cost of including a word in a dictionary decreases. This leads to the possibility of creating a dictionary containing all the words in English. There are a number of unexpected difficulties involved in this effort, and this talk will summarize the current state of the art. Speaker: Chris Cole Chris Cole is President of Ur Studios, Inc. He was introduced to the Arpanet as a student at Harvard in the 1970’s. As a graduate student at Caltech he co-wrote with Stephen Wolfram the first commercially available symbolic math package, SMP, which was a precursor to Mathematica. Cole co-founded in 1981 Inference Corporation, which grew to be the leading AI company, later acquired by eGain. Cole also wrote the software for the online version of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, worked with the Advanced Technology Group of Encyclopedia Britannica in implementing Britannica Online, and edits the archive for the Usenet newsgroup rec.puzzles. In 1999 Sterling published his book Wordplay, A Curious Dictionary of Language Oddities.
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