Modesty A Sound Heart In The Last Days 2 Qa

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Okay, so we open up the floor for questions.

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Okay, there is a study which is being not done right now. And I reviewed the tape and I gave a copy to the brothers of Islam inshallah they'll make it available to you. This was a program on a television series called fatawa, Rama,

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Sheikh Mohammed Hassan, are very well known chef from Egypt. And he introduced a scholar whose name is his name was Syed Ibrahim, a sherbini.

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And he's an Egyptian also. And he took up a subject, which is the Universal Science of linguistics. And this study began in the year 2003.

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It is a new science, which has developed in linguistics. And in the University of London, he took his masters in this subject. And now he's bringing his dissertation when he when he started the subject, what this subject does, it studies all the languages that people speak and based upon the sounds in the language, and based upon the history of language, they can determine whether a language will stay or whether it will be stagnated and die.

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And they have found out that languages live like people, a person starts as a child, and then goes into adulthood, and then our old age and then weakness and die. Similarly, languages go through the same thing. And they have estimated there have been about 1000 known languages in the world. Of these 1000 known languages. 400 languages are debt.

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There's about 601 languages remaining.

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And because of globalization now, and industrialization and conquering, there's about 50 languages per year are dying,

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because everybody wants to speak English or they want to speak the language of the conqueror. And so languages are dying now in a rapid rate. And so they're doing this universal study, when our brothers siete

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Ibrahima sherbini. When he entered into the course, Arabic language was not even considered.

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So he put Arabic language in there and he used science This is not religion. These people are not religious. They are going by linguistics, the history of language, the sounds in the language, they can tell whether a language is dying, they are now saying their most recent language which is dead is Nubian language, no bailout the Nuba

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in a swan, right. And that's one when you go south, they say in the Nubian language is now considered to be debt.

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And this is how languages go down.

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And so, Arabic was not even considered, he did a paper, a Master's paper and when he put Arabic language to all the scientific thing, now Arabic is number two.

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The most powerful language now that they say will last more than anything is Mandarin Chinese.

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Because Chinese by the very numbers of China itself, and also the history of China, they say that has longevity. It will last but now Saeed is saying he has a paper right now he has shown it to the people they have agreed upon it. And when it comes out Arabic will be language number one. What is he proving in this? He is proving that Arabic is the original language spoken by Adam Allah Islam.

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It is lobaton

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and in London itself, they have changed the Arabic This mulago tarbiyah. Now it is dismal Lovato

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it is the it is the Department of the mother language, the original language.

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And they are so serious about this. They are watching languages die. They even are taking some are great English books. And they're translating them into Arabic. Because if all the other languages die, they're saying right now because of the makeup of Arabic languages. They say it will outlast all the other languages. These are not religious people.

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And the thing that shocked the scientists is that when they look at languages that are each word has got syllables.

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And so if you say industrial, you have in Deus three out so there's different

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syllables going inside of it. And so they put the word a law.

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They put a lot into the machine. It's a machine that judges sound. And you would say all

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your sounds like it has, when you put it in, it's only one sound.

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There's only one sound.

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And you look at it, it seems like it has syllables, but it comes out one sound, they said they have never found any word in any language, which has syllables and only comes up one sound

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is the only word in the human race, which again, show tawheed of Allah subhanaw taala

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also should have been, he is proving now that this will be the language of gender.

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It will be the language of the Day of Judgment.

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And this is something which is so important to us.

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And that's why we should, we should encourage our children to learn Arabic.

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I'm just coming from the Gulf region now. And if you speak English, the best job you can get in the Gulf and Muslim country is teaching English

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because everybody wants to learn English.

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But who wants to learn Arabic.

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And this is something that's shaytaan this is doing to us.

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These are non Muslims. And some of these people have accepted Islam based on the work of sherbini. They say I'm Muslim, this is the language because I can see your language is gonna Outlast every language. And he tell them the basis of this language the longevity is the port and you want to understand Arabic go to the Quran.

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That's the basis

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and so we need to learn classical Arabic. And those of you who speak Arabic, also teach the children first ha

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teach them first ha

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when you say what is your name must mooka has a smoke he shouldn't smoke. It's just smoke.

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Teach them how to speak Arabic man Midas haga

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teach him how to speak Arabic. Yes, we need Omnia because we talk to each other and it's sweet, right? But the real language which will outlast is foots, ha This is the language of Adam alayhis salam

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This is the language inshallah the language of gender, the final language and so this tape inshallah, which is presented through Sheikh Mohammed Hassan, I have left the file of this it's an Arabic language, inshallah brothers can translate it, I will leave the file with Abu Hamza and the people of Israel, they will have the file and inshallah you can get this up our

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little disk or this file, and you can watch the program on fatawa Rama and we're waiting for more studies from side but rahima should be dissolved. Okay. Question.

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First

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question is come from Somalia. And we have

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five different religious groups, right.

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But a lot of them they do in different ways.

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Okay, well, I mean, I am not a Mufti myself. I am Tao Adama person. I'm Daya. Right and but, you know, the defector is giving you a religious decision and they have to take into consideration you know, the environment and the circumstances, you know, they they use the Quran and the Sunnah and the edema and they will bring you you know, a proper decision based upon all the circumstances. So the Mufti should not give you a decision immediately, they will sit down and look at it and give you a proper decision. In terms of Somalia itself, we make to our that Allah will bless that land and will bring peace to the land. I became very close to the Somali nation myself, I was the Imam of the

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Jami mosque in Toronto, which has one of the largest communities in the world now Somali communities. In 1985. There was two Somalis in the mosque. And then after two years, 60% of the modalities were from Somalia, Iraq, Syria, and hada and places like this. Okay. And they said brother, Abdullah, you know, where Somalis, everybody had similar names Abdi, Ron Nana, they will Shafi you know, whatever similar, and then one day they had, there was a struggle in western Somalia called Ogaden.

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And so we made to our for the people were struggling in the organ

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and then

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But somebody came to me and said, Brother Abdullah, you're innocent. You're more other than his dirt road.

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In the mosque down the street is how we are.

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On the northern side is his heart.

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Right now saying what is this? Then they said now you don't know mid again the mid the Ganges right Somalis know what I'm talking about? Right jdf and is different groups. And so this tribalism, the province of Southern said, leave tribalism and nationalism, it is filthy.

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tribalism is killing us. And I know that people have died. And it's not easy to forgive somebody who killed someone in your family. But the prophet SAW them and his companions, when they opened up Mecca,

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they had to embrace people who tortured them to death,

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who killed their families, who drove them out of their homes, they had to embrace them as their brothers and sisters. They had to forgive them. So we as Muslims, we need to forgive each other. We have to forgive each other, how to come out of the problem. Allah knows best I can only say on the outside, you know, we have to return to the essence of Islam and we make up for the people in that region there.

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In terms of we want to talk about the subject here, for your everyday questions, you need to go to the local fucky. Right for everyday thick. Okay. And, you know, but but general questions we want to try to deal with.

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What do you do if you're forced to commit Haram, and become an unmodified person because your life depends upon it. The prophet SAW, Selim said that anything that we do by Qatar, when this young, if you make a mistake, or you forget, or you're compelled, you're forced to do something, the pen is lifted. The pen is not writing. So if somebody is forced to do something, which is haram, independence, not writing. If you do something by mistake, you're forgiven. If you do something, forget fully, you're forgiven. We were talking earlier today about I'm not even the acid. But the last one, a mark came to the province on sell them and he said, I have destroyed myself. And the

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Prophet said, how he said, I said, Kelly matakohe.

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He was tortured. And he said, the word of disbelief, the process, someone said, How was your heart? He said, My heart was strong in faith. So the Prophet said that you on the path or in words, you're okay. So anything done by force, dependence, not writing at that time?

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How do you protect your heart from corruption, that we are surrounded by entertain a sound heart, this is the thing we need to know like these modafinil. These are the entrances of the shaytaan into the hearts. So just like soldiers that are guarding the foot, you need to guard yourself against all some of these areas. And some of it is just sometimes just eating too much eating spicy food and all these things, getting satisfied. being jealous of other people.

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Right being suspect of other people, right, glorifying individuals. Some of these things, these are the things we need to protect our hearts from. And these are practical issues that we will face in our lives, and we need to take it as a practical thing.

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It says What advice can you give to Muslim brothers who find it hard to stay out of trouble and always end up with the wrong crowd? The prophets of Salaam said very clearly original Allah de Khalili for the young though I had to come menu hollow. The process of them said a man a person will be on the religion of his friend. So take care who you make your friends.

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So if you find somebody who makes a lot and fast as a good person, that make that person, your friend, if you know the person doesn't make a lot, he's swearing, he's fighting, right he's carrying on, then just stay away, because that person will lead you into the wrong crowd and lead you into a dangerous situation. So we need to watch our friends how much time we have left before us select five. Yes.

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Yeah.

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Okay, we have the duck. The question is what is the condition of Muslims in America, and especially before Columbus, I will be leaving with Islam as well in the library. They will be producing a book called deeper roots. And this shows the history of Muslims in America before Columbus to the present. And so we have

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I've documented evidence that Muslims reached America. When you read the writing of alma strudy, the famous scholar in Egypt, the hub, Al idrisi, altomare, Eben Katia. And these famous Islamic geographers and historians, they talked about people went across the ocean.

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They went across the ocean, also a great king from Mali, and Islamic empire. His name was Mansa Musa.

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He made a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324. And he had 72,000 people on Hajj in 1324, the king of Mali and when he reached Egypt, at the time of the Mum, Luke's the mum Luke fell in love with him.

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And they,

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he was given questions and they said, How did you get this power? He said, My elder, brother, Abubakar,

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he was before me, I inherited this power. My brother went into the Atlantic Ocean with 2000 ships, and he never returned.

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And now we have proof. If you take the currents that go from Senegal, Gambia senegambia, it takes you right across, you don't need sails, it takes you right into Brazil. Or you take another one, it goes into Barbados in the West Indies. So we have documented evidence showing the presence of the mandinka people from West Africa, crossing the Amazon, into Panama, into Mexico and into the United States all the way up to Canada. And they were they mixed with the native people of America. There's proof amongst the natives.

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There's pictures of natives and the Seminoles in Florida with turbans on with Arabic names. The Cherokee Nation Cherokees, they used to pray toward the east. And according to the elders, they used to say yeah, Allah, and face east. There's documentation of the presence of Muslims in America long before Columbus, Christopher Columbus, actually, he was lost.

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thought he was in India.

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And he bumped into America on the way. And he said, You are Indians. But they're not Indians. It's not India. He was lost. But they said he discovered America.

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So Muslims were there before. And in the culture of America, there's different waves. A number of waves that came in Muslim played a strong part in the history of that country. And that is the reason why it's the fastest growing religion in America. That's the reason why up until now, it's the roots of the people.

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And so we have documented evidence which inshallah will be made available to you right here in Melbourne.

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The questions that are family members doing adultery and you have advised them on many occasions, but they don't want to know halaal and Haram, can you stop communication with them? Definitely. If a person is doing Haram, then you need to take a strong stand.

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And that person needs to be advised based on the situation.

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And a strong stance needs to be taken against that person. Because the Qur'an is saying, Well, our Takara Xena, in the who can afar he schatten bosasa Bella, do not come close to Xena. It is an abomination evil thing. It will destroy everything in its path.

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It will destroy the boy the girl the family's reputation, the children that are coming, it destroys everything. Now it spreads, HIV AIDS, venereal disease, all types of things happening with this. So we have to take a strong stance. There are many things happening within our families. And so we encourage that the massage and the Islamic centers, we need to have counseling, specialized counseling for Muslims. And that counselor needs to be a trained person.

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If you have social workers, get the social workers into the masjid. That's what we did. We had the social worker work with the Imams.

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If the person tells you their secret, don't go around the corner and tell the brothers

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you have to swear to confidentiality. You cannot tell the secrets of other people. That's our problem. We talk. We would like to talk and tell things. You cannot tell the secret that person if a sister comes to you, and she is abused, it's a serious situation.

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And you have to take her serious. You can't say Subbu sister sub.

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You got to deal with the abuser. It's got to be dealt with. And if you can't do it, bring in the authorities. If you don't have the strength to do it, because of our society if we are in Islamic state we would deal with

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With the abuser,

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we will not allow anybody to be abused. And so it is crucial for us now, we need to provide counseling for each other.

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That's not the alignment somebody's phone.

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It says I said that we should follow only one email. Otherwise we would be confused. Is it right? If yes, then to home.

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You know, in terms of email, the word Imam is translated in different ways. Basically, the Imam there is an Imam in the masjid that you will follow to lead will lead you in salaat. There is also an Imam or Amir,

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who is the leader of the community.

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That person really you could say, the Amir.

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But sometimes we take words out of context.

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Okay, so it is important for the communities to have somebody solid, who leads celox, who gives a, you know, the factors that are needed, who gives religious education, whatever that's important. But it's also important for the community to have a naturalist assura. And to have an Amir have somebody who can represent the Muslims in the area. Or if you cannot get one have a committee of people that have representatives of different groupings, and then they can represent the Muslims, especially if there are problems with the local government, or various serious issues that affect all of the Muslims. Each area is different. And I do not i'm not going to judge you. I don't know what has

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happened in the past. But this is the suggestion that we have that we have tried to do in Cape Town in South Africa to have a measure shorter to represent different bodies of Muslims question.

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Okay, well know that this is dealing with something a little different seems the human This is based on a thing that happened today. And the other general questions that we have before we close down

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yeah.

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like drinking alcohol.

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Okay, itself, if you put on perfume, there's nothing wrong with that is the son of the prophet SAW Selim, he loved it. So there's nothing wrong with doing that.

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In the case of a woman, however, it is said that the ITER of the man is something which is has a smell that comes out. But the issue of the woman is something that may have left the stain, but the smell doesn't protrude.

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Right, you'd only smell if you're right on the person. And the promises of them described women who have this perfume on that's out there as like people who are committing adultery.

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And you will see it it when they wear this perfume now, I guess I'm just coming out of the Gulf region and stuff. And whatever, they have all these perfume shops, right? And that we're in this print, you walk along and the perfume hits you. It's like floors, you on the ground because of the smell. Right? So these these things are dangerous anything which is going to lead us to fornication and adultery, we should avoid. We should avoid all of these things now. Yes.

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Yeah, there is some discussion about I was living in Bahrain. But there is some discussion that in Qatar, that they are planning to do a movie about the profit center.

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And, but now they're just researching it and whatnot, but they appear to be the people who are doing it appear to be very religious people. So hopefully there they will research it, and do it properly. You know, and not, it is something that is it is it is needed, in a sense. But again, it is a dangerous area to get into. Because you can misrepresent individuals, you know, and whatnot. So but it appears that they seem to be fairly well grounded and they've taken their time. And hopefully, they will not make any major mistakes. No.

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Yeah.

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There was that there is some book that they put out where they tried to write their own core and the Christians are trying to do this. And they put out some copies of this in Jordan. Some of them appeared, I think in Kuwait, and they appeared so that new they tried to write their own thing like this, but of course they will never be able to do it.

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In the Arabic language, of course, nobody has ever been able to and up until now, they have never done it and what things that they tried was laughable in terms of the language and whatnot, you know, they they have given up now and trying to do that. Now what they're trying to do is to give a bad image of Islam and to say that the Qur'an leads to terrorism. And they say Islamofascism that it's fascist, this is the latest attack, which is coming now, a movie called obsession, which was passed around in the United States. So so this is this is the latest things, you know, that has it one more final point.

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Okay, this is an important point about jealousy. This is the final log question. And this is the point about everybody can feel how sad something inside of yourself, but you need the scholars say you need to remember,

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you know, your opposition with Allah subhanaw taala that material things come and they go. And when we think about this, you know, then it can take us out of our heart. Because sometimes the person has a lot of money, it's actually a curse is not a blessing. And we see it as happened to many societies in front of us. So you know, may Allah protect us against this and clean our hearts and unite our ranks. So particular who will become deca, now Chateau La Ilaha, enter stock. Fukuda?

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Is they used to pray toward the east, and according to the elders, they used to say yeah, Allah, and face east. There's documentation of the presence of Muslims in America long before Columbus, Christopher Columbus, actually, he was lost.

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He thought he was in India.

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And he bumped into America on the way. And he said you are Indians. But they're not Indians. It's not India. He was lost. But they said he discovered America.

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So Muslims were there before. And in the culture of America, there's different waves. A number of waves that came in Muslim played a strong part in the history of that country. And that is the reason why it's the fastest growing religion in America. That's the reason why up until now, is the roots of the people.

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And so we have documented evidence which inshallah will be made available to you right here in Melbourne.

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The questions that are family members doing adultery and you have advised them on many occasions, but they don't want to know halaal and Haram, can you stop communication with them? Definitely, if a person is doing her arm, then you need to take a strong stand.

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And that person needs to be advised based on the situation.

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And a strong stance needs to be taken against that person. Because the Quran is saying, well are Tucker Xena, in nahu kennefa he schatten bosasa Bella, do not come close to Xena. It is an abomination evil thing. It will destroy everything in its path.

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It will destroy the boy the girl the family's reputation, the children that are coming, it destroys everything. Now it spreads, HIV AIDS, venereal disease, all types of things happening with this. So we have to take a strong stance. There are many things happening within our families. And so we encourage that the massage and the Islamic centers, we need to have counseling, specialized counseling for Muslims. And that counselor needs to be a trained person.

00:28:47--> 00:28:54

If you have social workers, get the social workers into the master. That's what we did. We had the social worker work with the Imams.

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If the person tells you their secret, don't go around the corner and tell the brothers

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you have to swear to confidentiality. You cannot tell the secrets of other people. That's a problem we talk. We would like to talk and tell things. You cannot tell the secret that person if a sister comes to you, and she is abused, it's a serious situation.

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And you have to take her serious, you can't say Subbu sister sub.

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You got to deal with the abuser. It's got to be dealt with. And if you can't do it, bring in the authorities if you don't have the strength to do it, because in our society, if we are in the Slavic state, we would deal with the abuser.

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We would not allow anybody to be abused. And so it is crucial for us now we need to provide counseling for each other.

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That's not the alignment. Somebody's phone.

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It says I said that we should follow only one email. Otherwise we would be confused. Is it right? If yes, then to home.

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You know, in terms of email, the word Imam is translated in different ways. Basically, the Imam there is an Imam in the masjid that you will follow to lead will lead you in salaat. There is also an Imam or Amir

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who is the leader of the community.

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That person really you could say, the Amir.

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But sometimes we take words out of context.

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Okay, so it is important for the communities to have somebody solid lead celox, who gives the, you know, the factors that are needed, who gives religious education, whatever that's important. But it's also important for the community to have a nebulous assura. And to have an Amir have somebody who can represent the Muslims in the area. Or if you cannot get one have a committee of people that have representatives of different groupings, and then they can represent the Muslims, especially if there are problems with the local government, or various serious issues that affect all of the Muslims. Each area is different. And I do not i'm not going to judge you. I don't know what has

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happened in the past. But this is the suggestion that we have that we have tried to do in Cape Town in South Africa to have a measure shorter to represent different bodies of Muslims question.

00:31:56--> 00:32:04

Okay, well know that this is dealing with something a little different seems the human This is based on the thing that happened today. And the other general questions that we have before we close down

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yeah.

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like drinking alcohol.

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Okay, itself, if you put on perfume, there's nothing wrong with that is the son of the prophet SAW Selim, he loved it. So there's nothing wrong with doing that.

00:32:29--> 00:32:41

In the case of a woman, however, it is said that the ITER of the man is something which is as a smell that comes out. But the issue of the woman is something that may have left the stain, but the smell doesn't protrude.

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Right, you'd only smell if you're right on the person. And the promises of them described women who have this perfume on that's out there as like people who are committing adultery.

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And you will see it it when they wear this perfume now, I guess I'm just coming out of the Gulf region and stuff. And whatever, they have all these perfume shops, right. And we're in this print, you walk along and the perfume hits you that like floors, you on the ground because of the smell, right? So these these things are dangerous, anything which is going to lead us to fornication and adultery, we should avoid. We should avoid all of these things now. Yes.

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Yeah, there is some discussion about I was living in Bahrain. But there is some discussion that in Qatar, that they are planning to do a movie about the prophet SAW something. And, but now they're just researching it and whatnot, but they appear to be the people who are doing it appear to be very religious people. So hopefully, there they will research it, and do it properly. You know, and not, it is something that is it is it is needed, in a sense. But again, it is a dangerous area to get into. Because you can misrepresent individuals, you know, and whatnot. So but it appears that they seem to be fairly well grounded, and they've taken their time. And hopefully, they will not make any

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major mistakes. No.

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Yeah.

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There was that there is some book that they put out, where they tried to write their own court and the Christians are trying to do this. And they put out some copies of this in Jordan, some of them appeared, I think, in Kuwait. And they appeared so that new they tried to write their own thing like this, but of course, they will never be able to do it. In the Arabic language, of course, nobody has ever been able to and up until now, they have never done it and what things that they tried was laughable in terms of the language and whatnot, you know, they they have given up now and trying to do that. Now what they're trying to do is to give a bad image of Islam and to say that the court

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leads to terrorism. And they say Islamofascism that it's fascist. This is the latest attack which is coming now, a movie called obsession, which was passed around in the United States. So so this is this is the latest things, you know, that has it one more final point.

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Okay, this is an important point about jealousy. This is the final log question. And this is the point about everybody can feel how sad something inside of yourself, but you need the scholars say you need to remember,

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you know, your opposition with Allah subhanaw taala that material things come and they go, and when we think about this, you know, then it can take us out of our heart. Because sometimes the person has a lot of money, it's actually a curse is not a blessing. And we see it as happened to many societies in front of us. So you know, may Allah protect us against this and clean our hearts and unite our ranks. sapochnik Allah who will become deca Chateau La Ilaha. Enter stock Fukuda