Adnan Rajeh – Jummah Prayer Contemporary Issues Atheism and Doubt.-1

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the challenges faced by Muslims in their faith and belief system, including negative impacts on their faith due to social and political issues and hesitation. They emphasize the importance of building faith and rebuilding the brain to avoid confusion and distraction. The shift towards electrifying cars and the need for quick solutions to address these concerns is also discussed. The importance of knowing one's values and avoiding uncertainty and doubt is emphasized, as well as the importance of taking risks and educating oneself to avoid uncertainty and doubt. The segment also touches on various topics related to de suicide, de suicide, and the rise of de suicide, as well as the impact of social media on children and the upcoming holiday schedule.
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the one who provides provision within the cosmos in the earth? Is there another deity with Allah, say, Bring your proof if you're truthful about your claim,

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say no one knows the Unseen within the cosmos and the earth except Allah. And they don't know how quickly it is that their lives will end and they will be brought back to Allah. Indeed, they have no knowledge of the hereafter. Indeed, they are in a state of doubt regarding it. Indeed, they're in a state of blindness to that which is truth

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within the series of contemporary issues that I started at the beginning of the summer and will continue inshallah throughout this month and probably parts of next month as well.

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Today I'm going to talk about doubt and atheism as one of the leading problems that we deal or issues that we deal with within our Muslim community.

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Over the last maybe seven to eight weeks, the contemporary issues that I tackled were regarding or were affiliated or associated with some form of relationship relationships, cross gender relationships within marriage.

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But if you're going to leave the realm of relationships, which is what we are preoccupied by as human beings just by nature

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and the number one problem that we face is the problem of doubt and atheism for sure. Today I'm going to give you this hope bust through a the data that was accumulated that was that was put together by a study done through European Institute by Dr. Use of shewed May Allah preserve him he has two articles with on the website that I will share the links to so you're in you're encouraged to read those articles and to kind of get to know European Institute a little bit more in case you don't.

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But he he put together a study of around 600 American Muslims and he just asked a number of questions and all I'm going to do is just share some of the data with you and then I'll point out maybe some topics that I find to be important just based on my my own experience here in this community and elsewhere as well.

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The questions that they asked and hope this works inshallah

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now the the reasons for doubt are the reasons for the loss of faith are many exam we'll look at put together a little bit of diagram with kind of all the different reasons, not all of the reasons are equal. They don't all don't You don't all carry the same weight in terms of their impact on the belief of Muslims. And by the way, that concept of the issue of doubt and the issue of atheism is not specific to the younger generation. This is all across all ages across both genders. And doesn't matter where you're living, whether you're living in the Middle East or you live in Mexico you live here, this is a problem that everyone faces at some point in their lives and with with different

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degrees of severity, regarding different issues. And for sure, after 2010 after the what is called the Arab Spring, there was a huge shift in the demographic shift and the in the in the diagram and shift and the number of people who suffered with a with this problem, for sure there was just has a huge impact war, war and death and destruction affects people people's faith, and it affects people's faith. Unfortunately, negatively for the most part. Some people will walk away with a positive effect on their faith, but the majority of human beings walk away with a negative effect on their faith when it comes to these types of experiences.

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within the study, they put, they put the reasons for doubter atheists into three buckets or three categories. The number one the first was more on social concerns, which I find to be the one that has the largest effect by far, especially for younger ages, especially for younger ages. This seems to affect them the most because they're impressionable. The social aspect of doubt and disbelief is really what effect

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Some meaning when they see hypocrisy within the Muslim ummah. I've talked about this a lot. And the reason that I'm using this study is because it's the only study that I'm aware of that actually looked at this issue from an objective perspective. And it did confirm one of the ideas I had doesn't come from all of them. I'm not just happy that the study says when I say, but it did confirm one aspect of it is that younger people are affected negatively with their faith when they see hypocrisy. And I'm not talking about the wide spectrum of what Nephi is, I'm talking about when people claim to be religious, and they behave in ways that are hideous. They behave in ways that are

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just non religious. They behave in ways I have no compassion, no empathy, or lack any form of open mindedness in the way that they approach stuff. This is the number one repellent you want to repel people from Islam act like you're really religious, and you walk around saying nonsense and be very closed minded and tell people there's only one way to do things and only one way to understand things and point your finger and call people names, you will do an amazing job, you will remove people from Dini Lavoie J, it'll work out perfectly, because it still is still happening today.

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Now though, the list of reasons are up, they're not going to read them to you. And they're just there for your will share the slides and show off to the hotbar. But I found them interesting that because this study actually drew all of the basic reasons from studies that were done by other faith leaders and other faith based communities. How other communities do this stuff more than we do. As Muslims, we didn't really need to do this stuff. By the way, it was a blessing that we didn't have to go through all of this because Muslims just had a better grasp on their faith they hired and adherence to their religion that was strong enough to the point where we didn't need to go through

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all of this. other faiths have suffered from these problems of doubt and atheists. So they had to go through this before us so we can benefit from their from their experiences. So the first reason are social and moral concerns. When there's an issue with morality, which shouldn't be the case because Islam morally is

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I don't wanna say the word superior because it always sounds a little bit arrogant. It's beautiful is the use of the word I like to use to describe the social aspect, the morality of his son, it's beautiful, it's profound. It's very delicate to something that is just breathtaking. And the fact that some Muslims the younger Muslim generation sometimes feel that there's an issue of morality within our deen. There's aspects of you know, they have more they have moral struggles within their own Deen. It's just very depressing to me. It's very it's very upsetting because it doesn't it does not represent what are what our fate is actually about.

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A second bucket. I'm gonna need help with the with the projector because it's not listening to me. Can someone give it?

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Okay, we go, there we go. It worked. Right. So philosophical and scientific concerns. This is maybe less than the first one, but it's still for sure there. I did a series of a series within Ramadan last year.

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Or this year in 2023. I call it facing disbelief is seven episodes. And I talked about atheism specifically and doubt. And I go through this aspect of it more in depth. The other aspects I don't cover as much because I don't think they're worth the time. I honestly don't. I honestly don't believe that you should walk away from your faith because there's some buffoon walking around acting like they adhere to it and saying things that make no sense. I don't think you should ever leave a faith because of one person who misrepresented it. Your faith should not be attached to anyone but Rasul Allah. So Allah hottie Sibu Salam, and Allah subhanaw taala himself, no one else is worth

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attaching your faith to no one, no one know it, especially not someone like me. I'm just a person. If I mess up, it doesn't doesn't affect your faith, you get rid of me, you bring someone who's better than me, it doesn't matter. You shouldn't attach your face to an individual, especially a flood, flood mediocre individual who is just like you trying to get through life, but attached yourself attach your faith to those to those who Allah subhana pointed out as the ones you should attach your face to. So he said attach your feelings to me gently Sheila Lula and to his profits after him especially lawsuit Allah Mohammed salah, he's like Ah, man, and then makes up maybe some

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of the grand Sahaba who came after him. That's it from that you shouldn't attach your face to people. So I don't like the social and moral concerns too much. I as much as I validate understand that they're a problem. But I just don't agree with them. Because I think there's a fundamental problem for their existence, you are fundamentally misled on how to see faith in general, you should not attach it to human beings. Now, this one here, I can understand, because there's been a huge shift in the world today in terms of understanding science and scientism. And they're two different things. And there has been for sure, a huge move towards scientism, throwing aspects of throwing

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philosophy and logic and basic rationale behind us calling it as a pseudoscience in some in some sort. And that's just to me very weird because without the basic laws of logic and Russia, I don't understand how you comprehend anything and how you put one in one and how you end up with any conclusion at all. But this is something that's worth talking about. When we're talking about the concept of illusion or talking about the existence of God Himself supine or without or other issues. These are

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Things You definitely need to spend time thinking about. Because once you arrive at this piece, once you have clarity here, the rest is like the it's a domino effect for the rest. Everything else just works out. When you have problems in this domain, no matter what we do, no matter how many prayers you attend, and how many tears you put, you will continue to suffer. Because there's a certain degree of cognitive dissonance that you're working with cognitive dissonance is something that the human brain, the human body, the human experience, cannot put up with for too long. I mean, you can only put up with so much of cognitive dissonance before you make a choice before either you turn off

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the logical part of your brain and just go with what you're being told, which is not what Islam told you to do. Even if you're like, Oh, I'm gonna do that for the sake of Islam. No, don't do it. For the sake of Islam. It's not, I'm never telling you to do that. It's never asked you to turn off your brain and walk blindly behind anyone, not even behind the rasool Allah. So Allah, Allah sipg, may not even bite him, don't walk blindly behind anybody. Or you find ways to reconcile the two narratives that you have. And that's where we ended up with this mush. That's where we ended up with this, with this horrible mix, where someone just makes up a faith, they just come up with their own

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understanding of it, they walk in, and you're telling me stuff, and they're explaining to you I made this is not what Islam is. And I'm sorry that you struggled with a certain degree of cognitive dissonance. And now that you need to re compile it in a way that makes no sense. Or you need to go back and understand both concepts appropriately. And no one wants to do that, because that takes too much time. That takes too much time to go back and relearn Islam appropriately, and relearn what it means and understand science approach. But that takes too much time. That's an investment of a couple of years of work of re kind of reprogramming your brain. No one wants to do that. We want

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quick solutions. We want quick solutions, we want to put it in the microwave and five minutes later, it's ready for consumption and it tastes fine. Faith is not something that works like that. Understanding. religion doesn't work like that. Religion is something that is the most important aspect of your life, you will need to know what it is that you stand for, why you're alive, where you're going with your life telling me that there's telling me a question that is more existential than this one, telling me a question that's more important for you than that one, you have to make a decision. You can't live in the gray area all your life, I run into people like this all the time,

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they're in the gray, they're neither fully neither. That's okay. Maybe at the beginning, it's fine, you need some time to figure things out. But then you have to choose a lane, you have to figure out who you are, and what you're going to do. And that requires you going through the proper process of learning four sources of your belief or understanding of Allah subhanaw taala, four sources, the Quran talks about the Quran is filled with these four sources. That's all the Quran talks about almost every SmartKey Surah has at least two of them being being addressed. You know, Allah through the universe that he created, through life itself, through history, and through your personal

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instinct and, and experiences, these are the forest sources, there is never going to be proof of God, let me just pop that bubble for you early, early on to make your life easier, there will never be proof because proof is a scientific term that requires some form of equation. It requires some form of measurement. God supine on what's on Allah is Beyond The Beyond the sphere of time and space. Science can only study things that exist within time and space, like you and I, and everything that we've ever observed or ever will observe. So whatever science proves to be God, by default is not God anymore. So whatever. So if science says, We have proof of God than just by

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saying that whatever you proved is not God, it could be the strong or powerful creature but it's not God anymore because God Allah subhanaw taala is beyond science. So you cannot you cannot measure ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada with any of with nothing. I know we wish we could be hope for people look for it. You've always send me these pictures. I've looked at what they've measured. Look what they found here. Look at this, Adam, look at what am I looking at? What am I looking? I'm just looking at something that Allah created. What are you trying to show me? Allah subhanaw taala is you don't need proof for Allah. What you need is evidence and they're different things is the uniformity of

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evidence that allows you to have certainty and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and all the arrows pointing the same direction. When you look at the universe, and you look at life and you look at history, you look at yourself, and all those arrows are pointing the same direction of la ilaha illa Allah, then you come to that conclusion, and you live. And if there's anything that makes more sense how to build Hanako Mazda said, bring your show us show us what it what makes more sense than this show us what has better evidence than this and nothing will nothing wrong. And if this is something you struggle with, and I advise you heavily to listen to this series, it's called facing disbelief. You

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can find it on YouTube and on facebook and i i heavily recommend it because it's important, because it's something that especially my younger generation, brothers and sisters should listen to it for sure. The third bucket

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which is personal trauma, personal trauma,

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this was the least impactful. This was the least impactful one amongst all of the causes.

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have doubts and atheism for the Muslims. After 2012 It moved itself upwards it rocketed skyrocketed to number two and three and four. It became why, because that's what happened because people living in the Middle East underwent horrific, horrific amounts of trauma and oppression and death. And people who don't have a proper understanding of Allah subhanho wa Taala of the story of existence. When the boat is shuck hard enough they lose it, which is why you have to build your faith on on pillars that are solid. If you build your faith on something that is weak, the wind will come and blow it down. When someone comes to me and say I believe in Allah because once I made a DUA and he

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accepted it from me that's what you're basing your Eman on Yeah, God protect you. May Allah protect you you're in your in your in severe debt, you have no idea how much danger you are in your a lot of dangerous that's if that's the basis of your iman. That's something you observe. And you praise Allah when it happens. And you show gratitude is the basis. That's what you built your Eman on No, no, no, no. Because you will make dua and Allah subhanaw taala will postpone the response, or will hold it for you, yo mille PM, and when you come, he'll talk to you about it. We'll give you something for it instead. And then what happens. And then this very flimsy foundation of email and

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just collapses. You build your email, the Quran tells us time and time again, to look to the universe. Just look, look at the sun, look at the moon, look at the mountains, look at the rivers, look at the creatures that are running around. Look at the sky, look at the Earth. Look at look, this is where you're going to get your faith from, you're going to build get your Eman from the source that never changes which says you will never stay put around your spine with that that's where you're gonna get the evidence of Allah Allah in the law. And it is certain, and it is conclusive for sure. We just have to go back and understand what that means all over again.

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So the first question they asked in the survey or in the study that they did was what was it that caused you to have a deep doubt within your deen from the one that had the most effect to the ones that had the least effect? That was the first question they put on the survey. 600 people answered this, by the way, which is a sizable amount of people for something for religious studies, by the way, don't get you don't usually don't get. We were lucky, we did a study at lmm. And it wasn't it was a survey and over 950 people actually responded to it. We haven't been very good at actually working with that data yet. But these numbers are reasonable for a study of this caliber. And here

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we have a number of

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so the one from the top to the bottom, the top is the one that has the most impact on doubt. And the lower one has the least impact. I know, the longer the blue, the less the impact of of this issue on doubt. And I will share with these slides so you can read them and the articles are online. But it's pointing out something interesting is pointing out that people who are religious, who behave in ways that are either acting like they have it all figured out and everyone else is wrong. And the only thing that's the only right thing is what they're doing, or people who are causing harm on others was the leading cause for people to have doubt think about that. Think about that people who have

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dealt with in Islam. No, just think about it as a broad concept or or broad aspect.

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That the leading cause for the majority of people who have chosen Islam

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as the behavior of people who are Muslim,

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who are showing a certain degree of adherence to Islam. It's them, it's their behavior. It's their claims, it's the way they act that's causing the most doubt in Islam, to understand how problematic that is. Just how much of a issue that is. No,

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we're standing up front. And yet we are there no, we're the leading cause of people not wanting to be not be not having clarity. And Allah is He don't is he say, Well, why what what problem is dealt is a huge problem. When you're doubtful about your faith, you're less likely to adhere to the rulings, you're less likely to follow the law, you're less likely to actually to belong to the community, you're less likely to practice the rituals, you're less likely to engage in any form of of social gatherings or social protest or social justice, you're less likely to be a part of the OMA and you're more likely to slow to slowly but surely, slowly but surely drift away from the Dean,

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it's all your offspring is the big deal. This is a big issue. And for them, the leading cause, to be the behaviors of Muslim people who are adhering to Islam should force all of us to take a step back and really contemplate what we're doing. contemplate how we understand our deen and what we're projecting upon others when we do so.

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They asked him a second question.

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Because all people's doubts are dealt with you deal with your doubts. And then after a while you end up with another set of dots. You start out with a few things that cause you doubt. And then you deal with them and then you're stuck with you're stuck with maybe one or two. So there's quite a second question what is currently still a problem for you. And if you look at the slide out there

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but I'm not sure if it's clear, but terrorism was one of them.

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Terrorism was one of them. Extremism, extremism again, again, what is extremism beside the

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behavior of other Muslims again, back to that, again, itself, trauma and trauma was another one, obviously, I'm just trying to point out something that we can change, I can't fix people's trauma, I can't come to you and and remedy your trauma I can't do that we can help you we can support and challenge the best of our ability, but we can't take away your trauma. Trauma is your trauma, you have to learn to deal with it. But we can for sure fix this one. This leading cause that is there at the beginning and after people deal with their data is still there, we can deal with that we can change the way we are present our dean, we can make sure that we do this appropriately, you can make

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sure that we were projected upon people,

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a representation of Islam that is positive that people want to that people want to join, you see the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and the Muslims, they didn't have a lot of wealth. They didn't have the largest castles or homes. They didn't have the most machinery they didn't. But they were but people were just they were magnets. People were attracted, they wanted to be like them. They wanted to be like these individuals, because of their ethics and their morals and their and their closeness and their social construct and how they and their people want it to be like Muhammad, Allah, Allah Muhammad. People drempt up how is it that he did this? How is it that he stands there? And he has

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signed up? And oh, God, no, no book is so different, completely different backgrounds are standing there and brotherhood and brotherhood.

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They want it to be like that. It was cool. It was cool to be Muslim. It was frowned upon by the dictators, but was cool.

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Because because you brought forward this fresh breath of air, you brought forward this change in in how you were going to function in society. It was amazing. People want to be Muslim, the only the reason they weren't just because they fear the repercussions, the political, the political repercussions, when our own Muslim brothers and sisters don't really care to be religious because of how religious people behave.

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It makes me just want to slam my head against the wall. Because I don't know how we arrived at that. And it's such an easy, it should be such an easy fix. It should be such an easy fix.

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So they went on and then he talked about I'm not gonna I don't think I have time to go through all of this. But I do want to show you is the effect. Okay, here's the effect on doubt. Forget about quest, because Quest was a question that was worded in a way that was very confusing, even the author kind of pointed out it was a little bit of an outliner look at the other two

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dogmatism. So dogmatism over here,

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and religious education, the effect doubt in the opposite manner. dogmatism is when you are overly strict with your children, on Islamic practices, when you're overly strict, when they have when everything has to happen, like clockwork, all the time, from a young age, that dogmatism does not actually make less, for less doubt, it makes for more doubt. But what they found in this study and all of the modules that they that they that's all the analyses that they went through, is that religious education

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was the one number one reason that reduced or decreased doubt and atheism amongst Muslim followers. It was education, it was making sure they were properly educated that they learned they weren't forced to attend things didn't want to force they weren't forced to act in certain ways didn't want to act or dress in a certain way didn't want to dress they were properly educated, they're taught there's been time invested in their comprehension and then their understandings of the deen that correlated beautifully with less doubt all across the study in every every sub analysis that they did. Education

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Subhanallah you go back to square one it just read

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read what wherever you want Bismillah just do it in the name of your Lord the One who created the when he created the human being from a

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clot of blood read what your what a book or a cron read anything you want. Read and your Lord is the Most Generous if you read if you just read if you just read no fine deal with this then read the whole ohada was started hola Honey, we're looking for stuff you know we have Fiddler Camilla Fosun mustafina stuff.

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hamdu Lillahi wa, wa sallahu wa salam O Allah, Allah may Allah de Avada while early he was sabe while many who who offer I

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think I've done these are the two links

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for the to study for the two articles that he has. One of them is the study another one is a previous one.

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study that he did similarly similar results a little bit of different presentation

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is what I wanted to share with you today. Atheism and doubt is not something that can be talked about within a 30 minute hook. But for sure, but I want to end it by saying this is normal. And it's natural for you to have doubts. Natural, it tells me that your brain works. That means you're you're a normal human being who has critical thinking abilities, and runs through doubts throughout their lives. That's fine. Don't be ashamed of doubts that you carry is fine. Just make sure that you take them seriously enough, so you don't continue to live in that area of doubt for the rest of your life. All that is required of you is that you take them seriously enough and that you study and you

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will learn and you educate yourself on you. And you actually have access to sources, the proper sources to teach you about your deen so that you don't live with doubt for the rest of your life. It is possible I am telling you it is very, it is very likely that you can live a life where you're not dealing with doubt in your heart. And you are an intellectual with a high degree of intelligence and a lot of academic accolades and whatever you can, it's not a problem. But we have to deal with this problem seriously, we have to make sure that we actually focus on it but don't be disheartened by us not to shame someone who has no not at all. Not at all. I understand it for sure. I'm just saying

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that you're not. You're not entitled to stay there for the rest of your life. And you have to have doubts that makes sense and you have to make sure you educate yourself first and foremost. And like to

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just a reminder about all the holidays this weekend are actually canceled this week. And next. There is a an lmm event tonight between Melbourne OSHA on Palestine we encourage everyone to attend that. There's also a barbecue tomorrow for lmm at Arbor Park from 12 till seven please take your family's there and enjoy it. I want to just say good luck on the on the school year. For those going to school this upcoming week. I hope it's safe and beneficial for everyone. shefa nine is doing an excellent job. Every night there's a hadith review.

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This past week, he did a very beautiful job of looking at the etiquette of Joomla and the importance of Joomla. So I would highly encourage you with your families to listen to this to subscribe to the YouTube channel. We don't post all of those because we don't want to spam the WhatsApp groups. But they are basically if you subscribe to the YouTube, they're there every night so please benefit from those with your families and your children because they will benefit and they will take a very positive narrative if you can't make it here in person so please do your part and let them get that benefit. Exactly go ahead and send I want to know q&a today either sorry No q&a today have a

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