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I came across this sentence from a video on YouTube of a random speaker, but I couldn't get it. What does the speaker want to say?

'There is no such thing divine all existence belongs to God.'

Could anyone explain it to me?

Thanks.

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There is no such thing divine all existence belongs to God. This does not make sense. You need to listen again more carefully, or give us the link.

Clive

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'There is no such thing as divine. All existence belongs to Allah.'

Thi is what he says, but I still don't see the meaning.

One meaning of 'divine' is like God. Do you think this is what the speaker is objecting to?

Clive

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The video is in Urdu language but at 12:11 the speaker says this sentence. I'm sure I heard it correctly. Because the man speaker has spent many years in America, so I thought it might have some meaning.

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CliveOne meaning of 'divine' is like God. Do you think this is what the speaker is objecting to?

I don't know. Even with this mean of the word, the sentence makes no sense to me.

What are they talking about just before this is said?

Clive

The man whose picture can be seen on the video while the video is being played claimed prophethood two or three years ago. The interviewer asked him for some of the revelation he had from Allah Almighty so far, so he said that sentence.

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As I said earlier, it just seems to b a comment on the nature or definition of 'divinity'.

Clive

You mean to say he, in other words, wants to say 'There is no god but Allah'. Right?

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