Abdullah Hakim Quick – Sects and Cults in the Muslim World Part 2 #07 – Nubian Ansar Movement

Abdullah Hakim Quick
AI: Summary © The conversation discusses the history and cultural of the Sudanese Muslim movement, including its rise and its impact on media. The segment describes the rise of Islam, including its use of clothing and language detection methods, and the use of language and language detection methods. The transcript also touches on the return of Islam to the time of tags and the upcoming return of Islam to the time of tags, as well as the use of Sharia laws and the importance of learning about one's culture. The speakers also mention upcoming classes and a new class coming up.
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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Chateau La ilaha illa la Walia Solly him or her shadow her now Mohammed Abdullah river solo, Hatha Milan BIA even more saline. Allahumma salli wa salam ala Abdi Kawada Zuleika Muhammad, Allah Allah He was Hobie woman da v dot Wente he was tender be sunnah T Illa. Yama Dean was salam to Sleeman kathira. A My bad.

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All praise are due to Allah, Lord of the Worlds. And I bear witness that Allah is the friend and protector of the righteous. And I be a witness that Muhammad, son of Abdullah, servant is last messenger. And may Allah always constantly send peace and blessings to Mohammed, to his family to his companions and all those who call to his way and establish his sunnah to the Day of Judgment. As to what follows my beloved brothers and sisters to our friends. Our viewers, a Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Alhamdulillah, we have been looking at the cults and the groups in the Muslim world, right from the inception of the message, and we're moving on to the 20th 21st century.

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And the Muslim world is unique in that it crossed the barriers of language of culture, ethnicity. Within 100 years, Muslims had reached the far corners of the earth, coming from Mecca, the Arabian Peninsula. In the West, they reached all the way to the Atlantic Ocean and Morocco. In the north, they went high into the Caucasus regions of Chechnya and Dagestan. In the east, they reached all the way till China. And in the south, they went deep South,

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along the Swahili cost. This was something unique, not in the sense that people went to this area, but that a message went to the area that changed the lives of the people that actually gave them a connection with the rest of the Ummah, with the rest of the Islamic nation.

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And it is this uniqueness,

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which is under the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala and coupled with touch deed with revival, that Muslims were blessed to be able to revive the faith, as time went by.

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The Muslim Ummah continued, despite all of the changes all of the challenges, all of the deceit, the treachery, the attacks, the Muslim ummah, was able to rebirth itself to continue on, and is still rising, even though there is so much problems in the world today. And so we have been looking in a critical sense trying to understand not just the good parts, and the good stories of the Muslim world, but also to understand the challenges and how the Muslims broke into groups. The mass of the believers, so Adam, Adam and Gemma Alhamdulillah has continued, but groups came into it. Some of these groups had profound impact on the lives of the Muslim world, the politics, the economics, the

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social life. And there have been so many breakages, because we have so many ethnicities and human beings have a weakness for their ego and for the desire for power and money.

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We're looking at it from the point of belief,

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those who broke away from the mainstream Alice sunnah, and that is those who come under

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At the completion of the Kelly Kalama, Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So those who broke away from this main stream, we want we are looking at the different divisions that came about some of the major divisions in order to help ourselves or enable ourselves not to fall into the same pit that previous nations have fallen into. And one of the most dangerous categories of people who lead innocent Muslim astray was a liar prophets. And these prophets appeared from the time of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon you. And the danger we find about the liar prophets. And I want to continue to repeat this over and over again, as we go into next sessions, because it's

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so important to keep it in your mind. They are not just liars, but they are people of the lie, which means they live in a delusion and illusionary world, a type of bubble. And the leader is a person with extreme pride, and visions of grandeur.

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He thinks he's perfect. And because of this, and this godlike stature, that he takes on, he's able to distort the message to his followers, and in some ways to gain people who are weak in their mind.

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And the danger of this is that

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if people are not grounded in Sharia, they don't know the Islamic lifestyle if they don't have a grounding in the Quran and in the the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim, then this movement of the liar prophets can actually cancel in their mind. The second part of the shahada, Muhammad Rasul Allah, and by nullifying the Sunnah, you are destroying Sharia, which is Islamic law and lifestyle. And when that's destroyed, you have like an empty vessel, and you can fill inside that vessel, whatever you want to put in it. And so this has been the challenges faced by the Muslims, that these false constructs have arisen. And the OMA had to rise again and again, to deal with these liars to

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deal with these strange people who are making these claims. And there have been people who have made claims, but at the same time, they were sincere people. And Allah bless them to a certain extent. And so this is not straight black and white. And so we've chosen certain individuals who stood out, are clearly in order to show an example. Now for this particular section,

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we want to look at this modern day Sudan,

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in in Africa, and there was a great leader, Mohammed Ahmed, Ibn Abdullah, Sudan. And he

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rose up, he was born in 1844.

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And he was a religious leader of the Semenya quarter, so of water of Sufism, in the Sudan. But for whatever the reason is, and Allah knows best when this happens to individuals, in 1881, he proclaimed that he was the Maddie.

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And by saying you are the Maddie,

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that means that you are a special person. And Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him, predicted that before the end of time, there would be one who would appear in the OMA, who would have a high forehead who had would have a high bridge knows whose father's name was Muhammad is, is whose name is Muhammad, his father's name is Abdullah. And mother, he would fill the earth with righteousness after it was filled with confusion. And so this is another study in itself, those who have claimed to be the Mahdi, because we know that the Hadith surrounding the Mahdi show that this individual will come into the Muslim world, just before or at the same time as the coming of Xiao

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the Antichrist. And then the coming of Isa Alayhi Salam. So this this is our apocalyptic

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type of individual. And so Mohammed Ahmed, made this claim this is an actual picture of Mohammed Ahmed, this great leader, and

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he was able to unite the Muslims in the Sudan region. And he was very successful in his military campaigns. And he was basically struggling against an Egyptian Turkish Alliance government that was ruling over

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Sudan at the time had he defeated them.

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And but after Khartoum fell, and he actually had control of the Sudan, six months following that time, he was on his way to Mecca. Because according to the Hadith, the MADI will go to Mecca. And in between the black stone and the Yemeni corner, he would take the baby out of the pledge. But six months after this great victory, he dropped dead from typhoid fever.

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And this is a picture on the left of his tomb, there in the Sudan, and on the right, is Chinese Charles Gordon, who was the probably the strongest, most illustrious General of the British Empire at the time, he was defeated and killed by the forces of the body. And so he was an important individual.

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People were waiting to see if he made it to Mecca and what was going to happen, because to defeat the British Empire at that time, you know, it was not an easy thing to do, and to unite the Muslims, but allow willed that his life he would leave this earth, showing clearly that he was not.

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But he left a legacy. And that legacy is still going on in the Sudan. There are descendants of the Mahdi, who are still revered by the Sudanese people. Many of them have been great leaders within Sudanese society. And

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it's a very important part of the culture there. Now,

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in steps, the liar Prophet number 19.

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This individual whose name was Dr. York, who later called himself Dr. York, was from the United States from the New York area, well, unlikely.

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he was a person who was gifted or cursed with the ability to speak and the ability to assume identities at a very fast mind. And the the the liar prophets have have great abilities, but they are deluded by the shaytaan. Will he as a biller, or by their knifes, and they receive a narrative surrounding the truth. So some sometimes you get confused. And I was I witness in a sense of the effect of this individual, even before he made the claim. So around 1973 So just before that, Dwight Yorke accepted Islam in New York, at State Street mosque, and the famous side checked out Faisal, who was probably the most famous Afro American Muslim leader originally from the Caribbean.

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But Dwight Yorke, took his shahada and statestreet. And I met a brother who traveled with the Tablighi Jamaat. And he told me that he was there, when this person took shahada. And this person, Dwight York, took the shahada and stood up and gave a talk.

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And he did it with such charisma, that the brothers looked at each other and said, This person is either going to be famous

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or dangerous, really dangerous individual.

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And after that,

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I had reached Arabia Alhamdulillah. I was accepted in the Islamic University of Medina. And we were living in the form of British barracks. At the time, it was rough living, this little bit outside of Medina where the university was, and amongst the students there, I befriended the Sudanese because 100 ly found that is to Danny personality here was really warm and also the Sudanese spoke English and their Arabic was impeccable. And that is a natural connection

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that we have and you can see that even Malcolm X himself, Alhaji Malcolm and Hajj Malik Chavez, was influenced by Sudanese scholar had Marcus Garvey, as we looked before, was was influenced by Deuce Muhammad Ali Sudanese. There's a connection between us and

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brothers came into our gathering. They had just come from Khartoum, from the University of Khartoum, and they said, you know, there was a there was an Afro American who came into the Student Union. And he gave a talk, he gave a really good talk, and people were really impressed.

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by his ability to speak, but then he started to mix up terminologies and mixed up names. He started talking about a movement in America, he started saying Nubian, Hebrew Islamic movement, and, of course, the Sudanese students, you know, strong in their faith and knowledgeable. They rejected this. But because he was a new Muslim, he had recently taken Shahada.

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They let him go in the sense that, let's teach him and let's encourage him and inshallah he'll come to the truth. I didn't realize at the time that that individual was Dr. York.

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And he succeeded in visiting the family of the body on the left, and the picture here is sada Kalmadi, one of the famous members who until recently, you know, was a very important person in Sudanese politics. You can see in the picture, that Dr. York is just to the right of solder Kalmadi. And he actually looks like it.

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And if you look to the right, the picture of these three individuals, you will see to the left, I said up there a man and mahadi Abdur Rahman, Muhammad Ahmed Al Mahdi is the son of the Muhammad Muhammad, right, then as I say it al Hadi Abdul Rahman. So that's that the son of the Son. And next to him is he wrote a say at ESA l had the al-mahdi. That's Dr. York. And if you look at the three faces, you'll see there's a similarity.

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And so that may be part of the shaytaan. They just looked at him as a, you know, new Muslim, and they encouraged him and he took on Sudanese culture, not realizing what he was about to do. He returned to America, and began to teach. Now some background of Dwight York. He was born in 1945. And he was arrested for statutory *, June 25 1964. And he served three years in prison. When he was released, he worked as a street peddler in Harlem, selling pamphlets that he had written and other items, including incense. And that was a common practice of Afro American Muslims at the time, and those who are embracing Islam, they would become street vendors. And that was right in line with

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the State Street. There were a lot of Arab merchants that were there. And that entrepreneurial spirit is actually part of the Sunnah itself. And so you found many Muslims at that time, were selling incense and oil and giving out pamphlets about Islam. And so Dr. York, he

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had his own followers, he had a type of charisma about him.

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And he started to name his group on SA, pure Sophie's. So this is what he called himself. Now answer, of course, comes from the name of the helpers of the people of Medina. And the unsolved movement in the Sudan was also the movement of the medina Mohammed I met. But when you say pure Sophie, so Sophie itself in some of its literary derivations, it comes from sofar, which is a type of purity.

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The majority of scholars say it comes from Souf, which is actually wool, because the people would renounce the world and they would wear woolen clothes, but you're pure Sophie. So you're now adding a level of pedigree so see his ability, right from the beginning. He then, in early 70s, they moved to Brooklyn, New York, and they took on the name and sobre la community

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or AAC. So when you see AAC, in the writings here that means Onsala community,

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but then they also use the name, Nubian, Hebrew, Islamic mission. Now, this was a strange combination because Nubian would be people from Nuba which be which would be to the north of the Sudan, Southern Egypt. And the Nubian civilization was one of the early civilizations in the Nile valley that goes back beyond 3500 BC. It's probably like the early civilization. And the Nubian people have gone through a lot, they still have a language, which is really, you know, in danger of becoming destroyed, or extinct as a language, but they are a distinct group within the Sudanese society. But then he said Hebrew

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so Nubians are not Hebrews

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Nubians are basically Muslims. But then he said Islamic mission, so he's like mixing things up. Now other words, he's throwing his net wide in order to catch as many people as possible within his movement. And he made a pedigree for himself.

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And his picture is beautiful. You're in white clothes and turban, you know, looking sort of like Muhammad Ahmed the body of the Sudan. And he said, shackle Hodge, I said, an Imam, Isa, Aloha, Alhaji alma de

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even as even a sale had he absorbed metal body.

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Even chakras said Imam Abdul Rahman, Al Mahdi, Ibn alma de Mohammed Ahmed ibn Abdullah,

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the famous malady of the Sudan.

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So that's a pedigree. So he has given himself a pedigree. And his claim was that his father, the descendant of the body, visited America, and married an African American, he was the child. So even though he was born and raised in the United States, he was the child of the body, he had the blood, and then the spiritual vibrations, you know, that legacy was coming through him. So see how he weaves This is the lie of profits. Now, it's the people of the lie, he weaves around himself a narrative. And that narrative had impact. And so throughout the 70s, and up into the 80s, they expanded. At one point, they were one of the most visible Muslim groups in the northeast corner of

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the United States. He eventually had over 500 people living in 20, apartment buildings. He was an organizer, the answers, operated bookstores, gift shops, clothing stores, they had a grocery store, and they began to spread, they spread to Trinidad, to London, even in Toronto. Even here, they actually spread, they were outside people you could see on the street, wearing Sudanese clothes, and selling their magazines. Because, you know, he was a prolific writer.

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And he would cause confusion in people's minds. And so in order to maintain his group, he had strict discipline. The males, he separated the males and the females. And they were given they, they they had to go out and sell newspapers, and beg for donations.

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And they had a quota. And if they didn't reach the quota of between 25 and $100, they might get beaten, or discipline by York's disciplinaries.

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And they had a green room, we got information from people who actually were part of the movement, and I befriended a brother in Arabia, who was very important member of the group. And he told us that there was a green room. So when you wanted to relate to a woman,

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then you could go to the green room. And that is where any type of relations would come about. And he would actually

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choose the spouses or he would bless the marriage.

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There are even reports of him meeting with them if he wanted to, again, and we're not going to go into some of the reports about him. Some of it may be scandal, the oh, there is documented evidence about the abuse and many of the other, we're looking at him as a liar, Prophet.

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he had a type of mind control.

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These are young African Americans, young, innocent people, male and female. And they're given a culture and the Sudanese culture, the beautiful turbans, the beautiful jellybeans, and then the fairs. They had the fairs and they they were taking on the look of illustrious members of the Muslim world. And so he extorted them, he controlled their minds. And at the same time, and again, this is part of the lie of prophets because they have this megalomania type of personality. And he was actually along with being the spiritual person, this body and this going higher and higher spiritually. He was also a rhythm and blues pop singer.

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And his name was Dr. York. So this is where the doctor

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New York comes in. And you can see from the pictures, he was very handsome. There, he had a really nice voice.

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And he became, you know, well known in the New York Philadelphia, Northeast corner area, singing at nightclubs, and whatnot. And when the Nubians were asked, and that that's what we call them members Nubians. I literally asked one of the Nubians How can you justify, you know, your body profit individual? He sing and rhythm and blues and nightclubs?

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How can you just they said, No, this is dour. This is his way of the call. Because it is through his music and his personality. And his looks, that people are attracted to the message. And he is able to fulfill the call of dour.

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And, again, he mixed up different religions and strange combinations. This is an actual magazine that he put up. Now, you're dealing with people who did not have much access to education. And even within the school system, in the in the Afro American communities, you do not have good libraries. There's no internet at the time. So people's access to knowledge was limited. So he began to put out in the days of printing press, magazines. And you can see in this particular version that he put out, he's got, you know, the best mela on the top. And then he has a crescent with the Star of David. Right on the right side. He's got the Kalama. And then he says Men, Allah illallah, inset,

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from Allah to men.

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And he starts to read the message. And he's bringing people have pictures of famous people.

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He a famous people from the Sudan, deuce Muhammad Ali, Marcus Garvey, so so he's catching people from a lot of different angles. Because at that time, as we recall, over 6 million people had migrated African Americans from the south, to the north, to the Midwest, to the west of the United States, and seeking redemption seeking a new life, thinking not seeking knowledge, seeking freedom. And they were empty vessels. Because language was taken away, religion is taken away, culture is taken away. And so people are reaching out. The overwhelming majority were Christians, but they put their own interpretation of the Bible.

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And so from that, within the black church churches, especially the Baptist churches, you had different versions of Christianity.

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You even had preachers who were talking about the fact that African Americans were the last children of Israel. And they're held in bondage. So stories like that,

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talk to York weaves it together.

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And to the point where he goes to the level of saying that he is a receiver. He is MCI

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York, L. This is a name used by the

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the the the Hebrew groups, and also the more science temple. So he was mixing up the knowledge of the more science temple that we studied before. So you can see in the left and one of his publications, now he is a receiver. And it's all symbolic, because He's raising his hand there, in sort of a Christ like way, he is receiving the light. So he's calling himself the receiver. So this is now like revelation that is coming to you. On the right. He starts talking about Melchisedec from the biblical point of view alpha, that he is

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receiving the green light.

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And you can see from the picture, this light is coming down to him. So he's trying to be like alpha. He's trying to be like that individual who you see in Serato calf, who took Musa Prophet Musa Islam on a journey, right? So he's trying to be this alpha individual. So so he's raising himself up now, going through prophethood going into a type of demigod status. Now, while this was happening, there was a response that that the Sunni can be

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Unity's the Orthodox or the Sunnah, communities, of course, rejected his teaching, because his father was dressed in beautiful Sudanese clothing. And they did have aspects of Islam. They were taught Arabic. And they prayed. Like Muslims. They fasted like Muslims.

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They did not eat pork. And so their lifestyle was basically Islamic in a sense,

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except for the amount the marriage side of their life. And so it was difficult at that time, because there was no documented response. And Dr. Scheck, Abu Amina Bill Phillips xataka,

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building on PhD researches and eyewitness reports traveling there and interacting he came, he was able to write a book called The answer cult in America. So this is a picture of the latest edition of the book.

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Which if you want to go deep into this and have documented evidence,

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this is the actual book, you can get it online. So when this book came, it was like a lightning bolt that that hit the community, because now there was documented evidence to show that No, he's not a prophet. He's not Melchisedec he's not okay, that He's not God. Like, he's actually a liar.

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And he's, he's been weaving this madness around. And so talk to York, in his liar, profit way of doing things. He pivots himself. Now remember, there's so many people around on street corners, if you would go to Harlem and Brooklyn, you'll find people, the black Israelites, you will find the Nubians you will find the Nation of Islam, more science temple, you find all types of groups that are out there. And he pivots because now his rebuttal has gone. And he's not able to penetrate the Muslim community. He's been exposed.

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And so he then moves

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in, he goes from Islam to ancient Egypt.

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And he saying who is

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who or who he

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YAHWAH Jehovah in Egypt.

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So he's now you can see combining things. He's got his picture in the background. And he's got like a carbo like thing coming out of the water. This is a classical liar, and a person of the life. And on the right, he puts his face in the clothing of the pharaohs. So now he's like one of the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt. And so he moves into a new ideology. And this is they went so his followers went from being Muslims, to new audience. Now, they were being rebutted and attacked on the streets, verbally by people, nobody would accept them. So now they came up with a new ideology. And this new Abyan mythology, you know, it's a mix of UFO, and I've unidentified flying objects,

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theories. It also talks about ancient Egypt. And we know that this is something that people were realizing because of African history being exposed, that the early Egyptians were not Mediterranean looking people, they were black people. And the Great Pyramid was the greatest structure ever built by human beings, that the basis of Greek and Roman science and philosophy came out of Egypt,

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that so many issues came out of Egypt. So this has been exposed in African history circles. And so he mixes it up.

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He also makes references to Atlantis.

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So Atlantis was this ancient

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society in the Atlantic Ocean. And it was, you know, way back in the BC times, and it was submerged. It was destroyed and it's under the water now. So this hidden society, and you can see in this picture, he's got Babylon. So he's got a building that looks like a Babylonian Iraqi structure. Then he's holding the menorah the light lamps of the Hebrews. He's got the Star of David, but he's got his Afro

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See, so he's mixed up everything together, and other religious texts. And so he's continued to weave. He's weaving a story. And he used an extreme form of nationalism. Remember that the Nation of Islam had put out an idea, you know about raising the self esteem of black people, and lowering the self esteem of white people because of the apartheid system in America. So he claimed that the original humans were black, which is more than which is true. In terms of the science and genetics, the original homosapiens came out of Africa. So he claimed they were black, and they were genetically superior to other races. White people, he said, We're devils. Now this is a concept of

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the Nation of Islam.

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But within the nawabi, and teachings, they also taught that the lightest skin that that happened to African Americans was because of leprosy. And that is the fact that the ancestors of the white people made it with dogs, and jackals. So this is a extreme ideology. And again, you know, he had some graphic artists, this man was before his time.

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Now we have graphic artists, and, you know, we have Star Wars, and this man was before his time.

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And you can see the picture that he has, where he has the crescent and star of David and the UNK in the middle, that cross was an ancient Egyptian cross like structure. And so so this is the type of literature and information that he was weaving around his followers. So you could call it in a sense, a type of mind control through factor ology. So by twisting facts, he can control the minds of innocent people.

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And he was a nightclub entertainer. So he knew how to dress to meet the occasions. And you can see on the left, how he's dressed like an ancient Egyptian with affairs at the same time. On the right. He's got a look that almost looks like the Freemason movements. There's a group of Freemasons called Shriners, you know, and these are the retired Masons. And they were the red Fez. And so he looks like a Shriner in this, but then he adds something else. So he's got that ability to continue.

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And he had to move out of the northeast area. So he moved down to Atlanta.

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And in this area, he continues his movement, and he finds finds innocent people in the south. And this is a picture of aerial picture of his,

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his, his his community. And he was able to set it up in such a way he actually built a pyramid

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on the territory. And

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in this area, he had about 400 or more followers, they call the Tamar. Tamar Ray.

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Right. And his followers lived in trailers,

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cheap trailers, and he lived in a mansion.

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And it is said that in June of 1998, in his savings Day celebration, in his Georgia compound, that Dr. York, he was able to gather about $500,000. So this man was a hustler. This man was a he was a con man, a master manipulator.

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And so he confuses religion. And you could see on the left, he's got a Christian type of lapel. He's got the Nubian and he's got the turban, I mean, the fez. And they literally had a type of pyramid, black pyramid, and they would do their toe off around it. So this is a strange cult

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that he built in going through his changes. And he took on the title, President of the United Nubian nation of Moors. So he's mixing it up still. So we keep something Islamic in it, because remember, the Moors was a name given by the Spanish to the Muslims. The Moors of Spain, mean that people of color and so he keeps the most. So they're Nubians and they're most the ancient Egyptians and the Hebrews. So so he keeps the confusion going. And he also because of what he claimed to be in his lineage, he was a chief in the AMRC Creek

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nation, the creek, indigenous people lived in the South. And many Afro Americans escaped from slavery and mixed with the creek. Some say that even before Columbus, African Americans read the power of the world mix with the First Nations. So there's been a lot of mixture that has gone on over the time, especially in the south, you know, in the northeast corner, on the coast. And so he claimed to be like a chief in this nation as well. So he's spreading out his net there. But finally,

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he was imprisoned, because he's Flim Flam hustling type of schemes that he did. Finally, he was caught.

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And I'm not going to go into details of the criminal record that he had and the people who came forward for the different crimes. But at that time, you can see that his name is Dr. Malikai,

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Zed, or Z, York, L, z. So he's keeping something from the more science and he's got the fence. So this is how he's appearing as an elderly man. And he was guilty at all counts. And he was imprisoned for 135 years in jail, and he's still in jail now in the south. So this was one of the great lies one of the most confusing of the lions. This is this two faces. On the left side is this charismatic Muslim looking leader who was there

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giving a talk in a masjid.

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On the right side. In the middle is Dr. York, who is a rhythm and blues. Today, you call hip hop singer,

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chama the passions is the group that he had.

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And Allah subhanaw taala relieved us from him with the excellent work done by our scholars and the strong stats taken by the community against this Alhamdulillah. Many of his followers and leaders actually made the transition and became Muslims. And they are part of our community. Some of them are actually leaders within our community today. Now I want to continue since we have this Sudanese flavor tonight, in a sense, but there's another person that many will put in the list of the liar prophets. I want to show you how this appears in different parts of the world. This is Muhammad Muhammad tah. And he was born in the Rafah town on Eastern back of the Blue Nile.

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But 150 kilometers south of Khartoum. He was educated as a civil engineer, and a British friend University. After the independence of the Sudan. He worked for the Sudanese railway, for a while he had his own business. And then in 1945, he founded an anti

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monarchical political group, the Republican Party, and he was twice in prison by the British authorities. Now, this is not a discussion about his politics, because there is some politics involved in this from a Sudanese perspective. But he did develop what he called the second message of Islam. And this is where he postulated that the verses of the Quran revealed in Medina were appropriate in their time as the basis of Islamic law of Sharia, but that the verses revealed in Mecca represented the ideal religion.

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And they would be revived when humanity had reached a stage of development, capable of accepting them. And this would usher in a renewed Islam based on freedom and equality. So he's saying that the medina versus the first part 13 years of the life of the prophet saw Selim, and a good part of the Quran, we're not ready for it. And somebody is going to come along. And he believed that the medina Koran, and the Sharia laws based on them violated the values of equality, religious freedom and human dignity. And they were outdated for the 20th century. They were subsidiary vs. Suitable for backwoods society of the seventh century,

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but irrelevant for the new era of the 20th century. So the Meccan versus making up the second message of Islam should form the basis of legislation for modern society. So this is Tasha. He is now making Tasha is now making legislation

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and he taught that prophethood had ended. But now people

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should get the knowledge from God without the intercession of the angel Jibreel and one who masters shittier and tariqa, in the Sufi tariqa, can be authorized to speak of the clans secret. And this is what happened with some of the liar prophets. And you see it with the Lahore School of the Amadeus, that they didn't say, No, he's not a prophet, but yet all the things of the Prophet all the aspects of Prophet when we're gonna give it to him, because he's got a type of Revelation. He's got a type of inspiration. And so, in a sense, it was prophethood.

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And because of this, he was challenged. And He is quoted to have said, science knows the qualities of electricity, but not its real essence. So he would make these caught the these statements. And the question is, who is the messenger of the second message? So you got the first message of Islam, with Prophet Muhammad SAW Selim, who's the messenger of the second message, right, that is with quote, he is the one to whom God

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granted understanding from the Quran, and is authorized to speak.

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So when you say that Allah has given you this, and has given you authority, that is to Sharia, that is the job of the Nabhi.

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Right? The job of the Rasul of the Messenger of Allah. Now, the question comes, how do we know him?

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He's coding in a Biblical sense. It has been reported that Jesus said to His disciples, beware of false prophets. They said, how do we know them, you reply, you shall know them by their fruits. And so on January 5 1985, because of these claims, and there's a lot of politics that is involved in this as well. He was arrested, distributing pamphlets calling for the end of Sharia law in the Sudan. He was brought to trial on the seventh of January, you know, he refused to participate. The trial lasted two hours, with main evidence being confessions that the defendants were opposed to suit to Sudan's interpretation of Islamic law. The next day, he was sentenced to death, along with

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four other followers who later recanted. They were pardoned. But he was sentenced for heresy and opposing the application of Islamic law,

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disturbing public security, provoking opposition against the government, and re establishing a bad political party. Now, there's a lot of politics in this. But the claim is second message. So this is where you cross the red line,

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where you start talking about touch Ria. And that is the part that Islamic society cannot tolerate. So because of this,

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January 18 1985, Muhammad Muhammad Tarr was executed, and his Republican Party was dispersed, and his body was buried in an undisclosed location in the desert. So it could not become like a shrine for people, you know, who would want to worship there or want to follow you. And this is another example, there have been individuals, you know, who have come up for political reasons for ego reasons. Whatever it may be, that's fine. But once you cross the line, and you start talking about the second message of Islam,

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and you become the messenger of the second message of Islam, and you say that the first message is obsolete now, then you're putting yourself in the position of the liar prophets. And that is part of the delusion and the illusion

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and the bubble that they live in. And that is something that we need to be aware of. We're not finished yet. We're moving toward the time of the great liars. And of course, we're moving to the time of Tagil and that is the Antichrist, who is the greatest liar that will ever live. And so this is another example of the liar prophets, and the groups that formed surround them. And we can only pray that Allah subhanaw taala, would protect us from breaking the second part of the kellyboat Muhammad Rasulullah saw Salem and from falling into this and that may Allah would you know, I forgive the followers of these liar prophets and help people who made this claim to repent and to

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come back to the truth before they leave this world. So I want to open up the floor now for any questions that anybody may have concerning what we have been discussing.

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so we want to now

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See if there's any questions that anybody has.

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Swirling what they've heard.

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Yeah, we're gonna take this back up to where it was. And floors floor is open for any questions that anybody may have.

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So let's let's look now, you know anybody has a question, go ahead and type them up in the shower.

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Yeah, the person saying is is social media part of the tools of the journal, like Tic Toc and similar apps, I'm not going to condemn all of social media, because I'm on social media, it can be used for good. However, you can see how much evil and lies that can come out of this. We don't say that it's actually the journal has appeared like some people do. But the four runners have their job. And we and we could say clearly, that social media, if it's still going to be around would be something used by the lions to for runners, you know, and then moving into

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the the the time of the great liar.

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It says, What was the legal situation surrounding Dr. York? I'm not privy really to the his case, the actual case. But for those who want documented evidence,

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the book is there. It's called Answer cult in America, written by Dr. Abu Amina Bill Phillips, it is documented, it is filled with not only his books, because this is not hidden information, because he put out magazines, so you can literally you there's piles of magazines with this. So this is not something that just made up scandal. But still, it's been documented in this work, and you can get it online. As far as the personal things that he did, I'm not going into that information. The criminal case, I'm not going into that, but in terms of how he fell into the category of the lion prophets. A comment says, that's why it's important for new Muslims, especially so called Born

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Muslims to study the proper aqidah and our belief systems. Yes, that that is so important. Now, another question is

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let's not forget that Timothy Drew, claimed to have gained his Islamic occultism from Egypt, Sudan. And he probably derived the idea to name himself Nobu Ali, from the ethnic ethnically Nubian, prominent Gavai Deuce Muhammad Ali, who also came from a deviant. Okay, so, now, from what we understand,

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to Muhammad Ali was Muslim. Had he had an organization in Detroit.

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He was, you know, it's a well known group that is there. And in terms of again, the terminology, Nubian whatnot. This is an ethnic group in the Sudan. So, Afro Americans because we lost our culture, and we lost, you know, our tribe and our languages. We tend to use names Kush eights, and, you know, all types of names, Kemet, you know, we will use different names, because of the fact that we lost it. And but these names have meanings. So when you say L at the end of your name, or you say bay, bay, in Turkish, a bay, if you say admit Bay, the bay is like a leader like a sultan, so respectable name, and in some cases is actually, you know, an authoritative position in Ottoman

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Turkish society.

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So, in terms of questions, there are certain comments that are there

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was this figure similar to another figure in America who proclaimed to be a prophet, Elijah Muhammad. Okay, so this is a I think,

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Saeed, I think you go back to the class just before this, you can get it, go into the islam.ca. And even you can find it and now in YouTube, and the previous class that I did is about the Nation of Islam. So you'll be able to go back and see the Nation of Islam.

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And, again, it's it's, it may sound wild, to people who are coming from societies but within the context of America, where there is a lot of magical groups and Bay Sonic understandings, and you're dealing with people whose culture you know have been tamed.

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taken away in the slavery period,

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it was easy for innocent people to fall into traps. And it's only with sound knowledge that we're able to come out of this traps, you know that that, you know, there and still there, up until today.

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So we want to look and see if there's any more questions that are here.

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People coming in from South Africa, from Indonesia,

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from Republic of Ireland, somebody is there Hamdulillah. So we have people watching from different places. And coming up to our last chat questions that are coming in

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is it recommended to use owl name instead of L? Okay. L is like th, e da. So you say, l bait. Right, I'll bait it's like the definite pronoun.

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And so using E is really just, um, it's a pronunciation thing. Because in some areas, they it sounded like the US sounded so like a,

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you know, so therefore, when they, when they wrote it in English, they put an E. So, so you'll see some names with the E instead of an A.

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But it's actually it, you know, Al would be the proper way of use of writing the definite article, you know, in Arabic.

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Yeah, so

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I don't know if there's any other questions that people have.

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There are different comments coming in.

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But we want to see if there's any other questions. Again, you have your source answer called in America, by Dr. Abu Amina Bilal Philips. And, again, his magazines and whatnot, you know, had been popular, I don't think it's, we should waste our time going into a lot of the details. But you we have to be aware of potentially what can happen. If a person is deluded by his own knifes llamada Bisou, or the shape time or the other biller actually can delude a person.

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One person cut there's a lengthy interview on an afro centric platform of Mark Lamont Hill explaining his experience in the doctor your your cuts, yes, you know, it's it's very complex, you know, and it was a movement that had some good aspects to it, some negative aspects, but the overwhelming understanding Islamically we see from this is that, you know, it was a confusion and it was based on false hood. It was not based on truth. And it was a confusion. And it needs to be put, you know, in that proper perspective, now, in the same way that people were originally Christians, maybe believing in the Trinity, or maybe they were communists believing in the Red Book, and they

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came into Islam, you know, they may have gained certain, you know, positive things, you know, from their early experience, nothing wrong with that. But it does not make right

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the wrong claims that were made, you know, by the leaders themselves.

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So we want to look and see if there's any other questions that we have, inshallah we will be continuing on.

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Next week will be the last class of this section. And inshallah we'll be following that up, again, with another course that we're, you know, we have in the making, but don't miss next week's last class. And that will be an interesting one as well. And this is about a liar Prophet, who maybe most of you have never heard of, who appeared in America. So I'm going to leave that you know, for you to see who this person is. This may be one of the strangest ones, you know, that you'll ever see. So I pray that Allah subhanaw taala would, you know, accept our work, and would forgive us for any mistakes that we have made? And may Allah purify the hearts of the children who are coming up and

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help the Muslims to come to the middle, or Martin was at the balanced nation? May Allah help us always to stick to the sun, to hold on to it, to hold on to our faith, until death meets us. May Allah give us this, and may Allah always send peace and blessings. When our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam aka dattwyler Alhamdulillah he Robillard Amin was salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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