Reflection upon the world’s disasters- AbdurRaheem McCarthy (Pt13)

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The transcript discusses the impact of disaster on Muslim society, including jail, floods, tsun dispatch, and evil events like the Islamist's "haral face." The speakers emphasize the importance of being humble and obedient to receive the blessings of Islam, being patient, and not feeling sick. They also stress the need for unity and protecting Islam's own community, and emphasize the importance of showing weaknesses and hardships to achieve Islam. The speakers emphasize the need for unity and protecting Islam, while also acknowledging the tragic events that have occurred in their region.

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in the name of peace we get

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a lot please make these days

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um this film the peace to the solution for Humanity

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earthquakes floods tsunamis floods, earthquakes, floods tsunamis

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but why does this happen? Does this happen? This is

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one of the things we gain from these disasters.

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It is actually a reminder of Allah subhanho wa Taala is that it reminds us of the reality of death. But, as Allah subhanaw taala has ordered us in the Quran when he says fear Allah as he ought to be feared and do not die except for in the state of Islam.

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Salam o Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah he was early he was gonna be here edge Marine. The speaker of this session will be our brother, abdur-rahim MCCARTHY from the USA. A bit of a background on brother Abdul Rahim.

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He accepted Islam in 1994 and traveled to Sudan to study Islam.

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abdur-rahim later relocated to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to study the Quran Tajweed in the Arabic language.

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He was accepted into the Islamic University of Medina and enrolled into the Arabic Institute and then graduated from the Faculty of Dawa and also Ledeen brother Abdul Rahim has since taken up many teaching roles in Sudan, and currently is the head of the Islamic Studies Department of the Sudanese Oxford Academy in the city of Khartoum. He is also very active in various fields of Dawa, such as hosting a weekly TV show on Taibah TV in Khartoum, and lecturing at various Dawa centers, as well as delivering the Juma football is regularly in the masajid of Sudan. So I would like to invite to the podium our brother abdur-rahim MCCARTHY from the USA to deliver the topic, a reflection upon the

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world disasters, brother Abdul Rahim McCarthy.

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Said I'm on ECAM Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh

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Bismillah AR Rahman Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa sallam I remember with Ramadan, Al Al Amin Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was so big Marino about when you talk about the disasters, the earthquakes, tsunamis, and we've seen a lot of these in the last couple of years. Whether what happened with a tsunami that affected so many countries, whether would happen and

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China in Burma, all of these great disasters that happen. Also other hardships and trials and tests, as we see what happened in different terrorist acts throughout the world. What happened recently in Gaza? What happened in the jails about what eight were people were tortured? What happened here in mambi? Not too long ago, what happened on 911? And on seven, seven, and in Madrid, all of these are disasters, the disasters of different types. But the question needs to be asked, is there any positive side to these disasters? Can we benefit as Muslims from these disasters or not? This is what inshallah Tabata Katana we want to talk about in today's lecture, because as you know, these

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things have happened. But can we benefit from these things or not? What is the answer? Is there any good because what's a parent's something that's a disaster? There's no good in it?

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Who can answer me? Is there any good in these things? There's no good or there is? Nobody wants to answer.

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My brother

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it depends.

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Agra Essen, so the same liberal we can reflect on it. That's why the lecture is entitled reflecting how can we benefit from such disasters so there is benefit in it. And if you look at the hadith of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he said, our Jubilee Emeril movement, for a number who claim that it strange the affair of the believer because all of his affair it is good, what a Sahaba Illa little movement. And that is only for the believer. Because the believer as it came in the Hadith, if he has given something that is good, or something good happens to him, check out for cannot feed on the hope that he thinks Allah subhanaw taala. So it was actually good for

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him. And if he is truly afflicted with something sober, then he was patient. So cannot. So it was good for him as well. And this idea, I'll tell you two quick stories that happened to me this idea actually saved me from being embarrassed several times. And I mentioned this recently to the brothers in Canada. And when I was there is that one time when I left Saudi Arabia, I went back to live in Sudan, and Sudan is very hot.

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And the situation during that Rommel, those first time I fasted Ramadan there and over 13 years, it was very hot, and electricity kept cutting off, and the water would cut off. So as I laid on my bed, and I didn't even have air conditioning at that time, I thought of this idea, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam eligibility enrollment. So Subhanallah I thought, what is there any benefits in this? What are the benefits and sitting here in this room, sweating, with no running water, the electricity cut off Alhamdulillah I was able to gather 20 or 30 different benefits that we can benefit from that situation. I was asked to give a talk on the spot. During the end of

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Ramadan. When I pray, we want them to shift and his masjid for tomorrow. And I didn't know what I was going to say. So then I thought about this and I made this my talk. Also a second time, this year, the beginning of Ramadan. The AC was not working in our Masjid. So we stood there and we're coming for Torah we and as you know, in Torah, we want to focus on benefiting from the salaat from listening to the Quran, but it was so hot inside the masjid, they were sweating and sweating and sweating. It was very difficult. But also there was great benefit in this because this reminded us of the piano when we will stand in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of Judgment. So I

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based my talk also then, when our chef asked me to give the talk between the after the four gods, that we remind ourselves even in these difficult situations about the day when we'll be standing in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala to be held accountable for our sins. So the answer is we can benefit from these disasters. And before I start to talk or listen to points and how we can benefit, I want to mention two principles taught by the team two principles. And the first one is that Allah subhanho wa Taala he is the Heki he is the all wise subhanaw taala. From his names is the Hakeem and the hikma is putting something in its proper place. The definition of a Hekima of wisdom is putting

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the things in their proper place. So anything that happens in this world, whether it seems to be a disaster, or something that's evil, we must realize and remind ourselves that is only happened through hikma even if we are not able to realize what the heck, what the wisdom is, we must realize that Allah subhanaw taala has never done anything and never allowed anything to happen except for hikma. And the second principle is that ALLAH knows and we do not perhaps something we might see it to be evil and it's actually

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Very good for us as it came in the Quran in surah baqarah wasn't crochet and we're hearing

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that perhaps you will dislike something and it's actually good for you and perhaps that you would like something was and then to hit Bucha and was shoveling that perhaps you will love something at once something but it will be worse or will be bad for you. And also if you look at the story and sort of to know when Allah subhanho wa Taala was talking about the student of ill if, when they went after teen hypocrites, they accused our mother Aisha Radi Allahu anha of something that she was free of. And Alhamdulillah Allah subhanho wa Taala made that clear

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that she was free of this later but in the beginning, nothing was said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Allah subhanho wa Taala and the Minerva team started to spread rumors about our mother Aisha Radi Allahu Allah.

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And Allah subhana wa Tada said wala attack Cebu, a chateau La Belle who are hiring local, do not think that it is evil, for you don't think there's something evil in fact, or however it is actually something that is good for you. So I want you to imagine this because this is not just affect the profits that Allahu Allah He was telling me, it affected all of the Muslims. The whole entire Muslim community in Medina, was affected by these rumors that were being spread. It was a very difficult time for the Muslims and Allah subhanaw taala. He says during this, do not think that it's something evil for you. In fact, it is something that is good for you SubhanAllah. And from this, the Monaka

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team, they were exposed, last bottle expose the Monica teen. And also it helps us benefit as it will come because when they're exposed. We know our true enemies because the Monaka team, they're actually more dangerous on the Muslims than a lot of the non Muslims themselves.

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Also, it showed the status and the level of Irish oral the Allahu Ana and Islam and the Sahaba used to come to her and the tambourine after them where they would come to her and ask her for Quechua In fact, she is one of the biggest scholars of Islam, one of the biggest scholars of Hadith, one of the biggest scholars of fit in Tafseer Well, the Allahu Allah and she's a woman. So this also the story showed the greatness of this woman and it raised in her status Roby Aloha. Now, we look at as an example of a lot of the scholars of Islam that were put in prison. If I were to ask anybody now, would you like to go to jail, spend some time in jail? Obviously, none of us would. Nobody wants to

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lose his freedom. But a lot of them when they went to jail, they benefited a lot they've been in for themselves and also they benefited the Muslim ummah. If you look at the big book, animal, soul, and Hanafi fit, it was written by the author as he was imprisoned in a well, he students will come to me they will write the book for him. So this book was written as he was imprisoned in a well, all Stephen Imia Rahim Allah. Some of his books were written as he was in prison. And the scholars of Islam, we have been imprisoned. They mentioned the benefits they find during the prison. Imam Ahmed had been humbled or a Mullah. He said Mahathir told Quran in Leviosa, that I did not memorize the

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Quran for a time of difficulty in any mass Elder Law and after the overuse, he said, because I did not ask Allah to memorize the Quran in ease. So he said Mahathir Quran elaphus Sujan that I did not memorize the Quran, except for when he was in prison. But it's important that we point out that Imam Ahmed, as you all know, or anybody who has read in Sierra that he memorized the Quran when he was seven years old. And then he started to busy himself with the knowledge of Hadith and memorizing the Hadith. And the essay needs the narrations of the Hadith and the narrator's and all of this. So he felt that his memorization of the Quran had become weak, it was not at the level that it should be,

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and never was able to get the Quran down again, except for when he was in jail. So jail, it seems like a bad thing to everybody. But actually there could be a lot of Pharaoh a lot of good in it. As we saw what happened to our scholars, one of the things we gain or the first point we can say that we actually gain from these disasters, and the hardships that we face in life is that it caused the Muslims to repent and to return to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah says in the Quran, the halal facade will burn you will bow that the evil has become a parent in the earth and at sea. Why be my customer a the nests and that was the people have earned with their own hands this evil. It could be the evil

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of corruption, as we've seen a lot of Muslim societies and a lot of non Muslim societies whether the government system is a system of corruption, this type of evil, also the other disasters that happen, earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, this is also a form of evil. But why does this happen in this

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Allah subhanaw taala he makes it clear in this verse first of all be my cassava alienness this was the people who have earned with their own hands. And then he says subhanaw taala you have the youth to whom BARDELLA the law Allah homeopathy rule for him to let them taste some of what they have done meaning by their deeds with their own hands, perhaps that they will return that they will return to Allah subhanaw taala so when you see these disasters, we see these hardships and calamities. It is actually a reminder of Allah subhanho wa Taala and a call for us to repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala and to return to Him and to implement our Islam in our lives.

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Also, it is one of the ways that Allah makes us humble and obedient to him. subhanho wa Taala Allah says in the Quran fellow Allah is Sunnah, if, or when our torment comes to them or when it reaches them. What do they do to borrow that they become humble? Well, I can follow boom was the evil Homer che upon my account we got Malone that but however their hearts have become hardened and a Shelton beautifies for them, that which they are doing. So Allah subhanho wa Taala he shows us to his signs through these things is that when these hardships that we become humble, and we realize our need for Allah subhanho wa Taala as we will come shortly, inshallah to Allah as well. Also one of the great

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things of these calamities, and these disasters and trials that we face, in everyday life. It is it's from Allah subhanho wa taala. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Do you think that you will enter the Jannah that you will enter the paradise without such trials as those who were before you? Mr. toman what the raw was Zulu that they were touched by being poor and hardships, and also by being shaken, like in earthquakes and what have you. So these people are tested, the ones who are before us were tested, and we are here to be tested as well. Allah subhanho wa Taala says Elif la meme, Hasib Vanessa au terracotta, Yoko Ramana, homelife afternoon, do people think that they will be left

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alone to say they believe and they will not be tested? Well, I thought veterinarian mm cobbly him, familia Allah and Allah Allah Dena, Sudoku, what are your elemental Kathy been so and we have tested those who are before you. And Allah will know those who are truthful, and he will know the liars. So we see in this verse also, that we are here to be tested, Allah subhanaw taala will test us and test our iman. And if you look at the difference between the Muslim and the non Muslim, when you watch non Muslims, or even sometimes on their TV shows on movies, if something bad happens, where they say, Why me Why me, someone, they look up to the sky, and they start to say, why are you doing this

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to me? What have I done to deserve this Subhanallah the difference because we have the man of color, they say they believe in the Destiny. But in the implementation we see that their belief is not like ours, because no way a Muslim who believes in Allah and the Last Day could look up to the sky and say Allah, why are you doing this to me, he knows even though it's something difficult, it's hardship. He knows that. This is from Allah subhanho wa Taala that he has been tested with. And he knows he must be patient through this. Also the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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has informed us that this dunya is the Jinn of the movement. It's the prison of the believer, and it is the Jana, of the character of the non Muslim. And we gained through this,

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that we are actually in a surgeon, because our goal as Muslims, is what to reach the hereafter and to be successful in the Hereafter. And this vision, this prison that we're in, is the prison of life easy.

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Life in prison, is it easy.

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Maybe none of you have ever been but it's not even if you have seen it on TV. Life in prison is very, very difficult.

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And so is the life we live in everyday life. It's very difficult and it's a prison as our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to us,

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also from the things that we gain from these difficulties, is we realize that the human being is weak. We are weak as humans. Yeah, you have Nance and Tummel Fukuro Illa wala who who have Anil Hamid

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Oh mankind's barely you are the ones who are weak and are in need of Allah subhanho wa Taala and Allah he's the Gunny the rich, the one who is free of all needs, the Hamid the one worthy of priests. So we remind ourselves during the time of hardships, when a tragedy happens when a disaster happens. We are reminded by Allah subhanho wa Taala that how much we are in need of Allah subhanaw taala and we see this a lot of times when we get

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sick when I was becomes very ill, we remember Allah subhanaw taala because we know, even if we have a good doctor, there is no cure except for in the hands of who of Allah subhanho wa Taala if Allah decides that the medicine we're taking will not cure us, then it will not be a cure. So these difficulties and these hardships and disasters, it reminds us as well of our need for Allah subhanaw taala and that we are weak, and it makes our hearts become attached to Allah subhanho wa taala. And for us to be successful in this dunya we must always have our hearts attached to Allah subhanho wa taala. And this will never happen. The eldest one of the things that helps us attaching our hearts

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to Allah subhanaw taala. And also, from the things that we gain from these difficulties, especially when we go through them is that it's a way to have our sins forgiven. It's a way for Allah subhanaw taala to forgive our sins. Now, as I was coming here, I wasn't feeling good. So I looked at any my first lecture in India, and I'm not going to be able to perform the way I want to report because I don't feel well. But I remember the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the person who is sick, his things fall away or shed away like the leaves of a tree as they fall off a tree and the fall also does have a sense also how they fall off and you are cleansed from your sins

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when you're ill. So it's actually a call to us to repent to Allah subhanaw taala and to have our sense it's an opportunity it's actually afford to have our sins forgiven. Also in the Hadith, another Hadith the Prophet SAW Selim says, My Oiselle old Bella Bill meanwhile Mina, enough See he will what are the you Amalia, that the affliction there will still be affliction, a permanent affliction perhaps in within believing man or the believing woman until with himself or his child, or in his with his money, you will be afflicted until he meets Allah Hatha Yoga Allah Allah, Allah Ecopia. So we can see some of you who are afflicted by a permanent disease by a permanent sickness.

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Some people might be handicapped or crippled, and this Isabella a lot of us have been afflicted with and this will raise in our status and will forgive us from our sins until we meet Allah subhanho wa taala. And we are free from all of the sins and all of the bad deeds that we have done throughout our lives. Also, as we mentioned, one of the benefits we gained through the hardships in life and the difficulties that we face as an ummah, is exposing them when I 15.

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And as I mentioned before, the Moroccan are the most dangerous the hypocrites, the most dangerous people on the Muslim ummah. And we see now a lot in Palestine, when our Muslim brothers are killed, and the bombs fall on the women and the children and choose the one of the hypocrites who helped them and killing our Muslim Brothers, Allah Homestyler. So the hypocrites they're dangerous on the Muslim society. But these things when something happens difficulty, these people are exposed, for example, and the beginning of Islam in Medina, our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Companions when they wanted to go out, but it was what hurt the Manasa tea in the hypocrites.

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They were not well known during that time, because it was at the beginning of the hijra, the first few years of the Hijra. So when the army left to go out to meet the army of the Mushrikeen, a big part of the army decided to what to return and go back, because they were hypocrites and they didn't want to fight. They don't want to die for Laila, Muhammad Rasul Allah because they don't believe in it. So this expose them to the Muslims. Also in the day we live in. We have the hypocrites demographics, who attack Islam, and they claim that they're Muslims. You might be from a Muslim family and you might have a Muslim name, but it's very clear he's from the hypocrites, from what he

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says and how we act and how he attacks Islam. In the name of Islam. Subhan Allah when I was in Canada recently, one of these one of your teen, he took his group, a so called Muslim group to the government in Canada and asked them to bend the nip up.

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Now pay attention. The guy has a Muslim name, but a Muslim family he claims to have a Muslim group, the Kufa, the non Muslim didn't ask to have the niqab banned. This is a person who claims to be Muslim, he's asking them to bend the nip up Allah homestyle. So also you see during the times of hardship, when Islam is at a weak state, you'll see that the Manasa tea the hypocrites they will talk about Islam and slander, Islam and indirect indirect ways. Also from the things we gain during the times of hardships and disasters. It brings out the Brotherhood in Islam. And as you know, for the importance of brotherhood, and Islam, the prophets of Allah Salah mentioned from the seven who

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will be in the shade of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of Judgment when there's no shade except for his is those who came together for the love of Allah subhanaw taala and

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brotherhood and know Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran in the male mula ECWA, that barely the believers are brothers. And this brotherhood and Islam is stronger than the brotherhood of your own brother to you, and your own family, your own brother and your own sister, this brotherhood is actually stronger. So these difficulties, it brings us together as an ummah, if a disaster happens, and there's flooding, we'll see that the Muslims, they strive to go and help their Muslim brothers and sisters, they bring them clothes, they bring them medicine, all of this in order to what help their Muslim brothers and sisters. Also, if you recall, a few years ago, and all of you recall this,

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when Denmark, when the papers they're starting to have the cartoons about our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and slander him and his letter was salam. Through these cartoons. We see how this affected the Muslims, how the Muslims came together.

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Even the people who were very weak in their practice, they came together, and they want to stand and defend our province and the lawyers tell them, so actually, these type of things, they're a wake up call for the Muslims, and it brings the Muslims together. So we benefit a lot from this. Even I remember one time in Australia, where the skinheads, they started to hit Muslims, even some Muslims that had been stabbed. And this brought the whole Muslim community together. And even the people who were not practicing, they came to defend Islam. And this in the government, when they saw this 15,000 in the masjid there, they put it into the racial attacks that were coming from the skinheads,

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on the Muslims. So now, we can gain this, we get benefit from this brotherhood, and renewing this brotherhood through these difficult times. Even I recall now, and Sudan. Two times in the last few years we have been attacked, once was a riot. When the vice president died, his people from the South, they rioted, they burnt down. A lot of the stores, they broke into our houses, they even rape some of our Muslim women. And I was there, I saw this with my own eyes, from the good things that happen in this, and this is obvious, doesn't seem like a good thing. And he has somebody went into his store with a few kids to protect the kids, they poured gasoline under the door, they burned him

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and the kids alive. This is a very tragic thing. However, what came from this is the Brotherhood of the Muslims and the north, that they came together as one unit. And as brothers in Islam. Also, when we were attacked by another group coming from data for and the bombs are going off next to my house in the machine guns. Also, this brought the Muslim community together and woke them up and brought them together, that we must be as one to be sure that we can protect our Islam and protect our country there and be with the rulers there.

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Also, one of the things that we gain from these tragic events

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is that it reminds us of the reality of death.

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All of us know that we're going to die, nobody has any doubt that he is going to die. But when you see 100,000 people killed in an earthquake, what does this do? It's, it's very tragic. It reminds you of how much you need to strive and you implement your Islam before you die, because that's its death. And a lot of us think we're going to get old, we're going to be 6065 7580 We're going to get sick, go to the hospital, and then die of natural causes. We'll look just as quick to earthquakes. Nobody knows what's coming. And just like that you have 100,000 who are dead, some buried alive and die and die instantly. So the death comes and it reminds us of the reality of death. And this

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reminds us or it encourages us to strive as Allah subhanaw taala has ordered us in the Quran when he says yeah, you held

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it up Allahu Akbar to hottie but Allah says to us, Oh, you who believe fear Allah as he ought to be feared. What are the Mattoon Illa want to miss the moon and do not die except for in the state of Islam, the state of Islam that you have submitted to Allah subhanho wa Taala by doing that, what she has ordered you to do and stay away from that which he has forbids you from and also, as Allah Palatine has said to us, pull in a Salah Do you wanna Sookie wanna hear yo Murthy? Lillahi Rabbil Alameen to say that my prayer and my rites of sacrifice in my life and in my death are for Allah, the Roberval al Amin, luxury killer, he has no partner will be then he got on mute. And with this I

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had been ordered on it. Oh, well, it was the mean. And I'm the first of the Muslims. So this is how a true Muslim is a true Muslim is not a Muslim on the tongue. A true Muslim is the Muslim through actions through his acts. And it's not enough for us to claim to be Muslims, and then implement Islam. In perhaps you heard in the past lecture. I think I heard some of this stuff as I was coming in. Jeff Amara was talking about this issue. And a lot of us we say we claim to be Muslim and a lot of the negative as

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spects that people look at Islam now is because of us because we're the Muslims. And the funny thing is, as they know a lot of stuff is haram for us. And when they see us doing it, it's a big problem. They can do it. You know, because their belief they say Jesus died for our sins.

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The Christians, they'll tell you that Jesus died for their sins. So

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if one of a good Christian dies, they say he's in a better place. If somebody from