Adnan Rajeh – Jummah Prayer The Potential for Change.

Adnan Rajeh
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Allah hola

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ie Furla hola

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fi AlFalah Allah

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Allahu Akbar Allahu

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Isla il Allah

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hamdulillah he's from Al Hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah Hina Hemudu who want to study you know

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what a study he went to still futile who won a stun seal

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Jalla jalla houfy Mohammed Tenzin in Allah Allah yoga Yiruma omen. Yoga Yiruma be unfussy him, either Allah Allah will be home in su Fela, della WOMAD at home in Dooney Haiming. While this verse in the Quran is probably one of the most overused within the entirety of the most half, it is used so often that it sometimes loses its meaning for the people who listen to it.

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But still there is within it a secret and an understanding and a comprehension that is extremely important for us as Muslims to carry with us.

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It is a law that Allah subhanaw taala has put in his book for us to live by.

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And today is the last clip I will give before we start talking about I'm a been either preparing for it or going within Ramadan and then talking about aspects that relates to the holy month.

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what I want to cover with you today

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is the summary of the Muslim cert and Muslim survey that we've been talking about for the last two weeks that Donald Autocom Social Innovation Lab put together. And I went through the slides for you last week. And today, I just want to summarize a few points for you.

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And there is a reason for I want why I want to do this. Because when we talk about change, when we look at what Allah subhanaw taala is saying about changing the Quran, when he gives us a promise that I won't change your status unless you change and this idea, by the way is more of a threat than it is of the law.

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He's threatening if you don't change your status from good to bad unless you do. So make sure you're watching out for yourselves. If you want things to stay going well, then you need to not change for the worse. Now it applies for changing from being in a bad status state to a good one. But it also works the other way around. What is it that we learned from this surveying? Yes, granted, we only covered 600 And something families. And yes, most of the families were situated somewhere within the area that we that we exist here in North Western London. And maybe we didn't get a very good sample from the southern Eastern London population, or the or the or the or the FULL EASTERN London

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population, which is, in my opinion, a much higher population than the northwestern population, for sure. But still, I think we have a

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I think we have a group, or we have some data that is that is helpful. I think we have a segment of society that we've looked at. And from that, we've been able to take some information that if we use or utilize appropriately, then we can learn from them. And we can learn from it and figure out what next steps need to occur for our community and for our society at large. And amongst them are these five summary or four summary points that you have up there are potential is very high within our community. That is that is clear. Our society is youthful. We are generally well educated, a lot of skill sets, there's a lot of wealth, actually, in our society. Most those of those who answer these

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questions are families, the potential for our society is very high. We are high potential. The problem is with actually the output is figuring out how we're going to allow people to connect, you see the gap between the very rich and the very poor in our society is huge. There's a huge gap. People who come in this community as immigrants barely make it for the first year or two. But then once their savings run out, without the year third year mark, they start struggling, they started struggling on a social level, a financial level, on a spiritual level, there's a problem. Even though we have all the tools, there's a lack of connection that's allowing us to make sure that we

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are bringing in embracing those who are being added into our community and finding ways to integrate them.

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We have a problem with, with loneliness, with isolation. With social isolation, too many people in our community feel alone feel isolated, if they want to get married, or if they want to buy a house if they need a job. Or if they're struggling with some form of discrimination, or they don't know what their actual rights are in the community don't have access to people who can help them and they don't feel safe, unfortunately speaking, coming to massage because they get turned away too often. Because they don't find a response that is helpful for them. A part of that is that massage themselves are not equipped and prepared to help the people who are coming in. And because of that

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we have this there's this there's social isolation, there's a lack, there's just there's lack of belonging. The sense of belonging is not strong. People don't feel like they're a part of the community. They can be preyed on by the walk out. They're not interested in listening to anything that's being talked about. That is not the cliche, the cliche hookah about remembering and being better and praying and all that stuff. When you talk about issues that are specific to the community, they're not interested. They don't want to get too much too involved and they don't feel like they belong. Even though this community belongs to someone else. They are just bystanders or

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visitors which is not the case, which should not be the case. Maybe it is but it should not be.

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For sure, we have an issue with with courage and wisdom as to things that seldom come together within our community. We either have too much courage and people end up getting upset and they yell about stuff and and we don't end up getting anywhere or there's lack of or there's no courage. There's with this clarity on what needs to be done. But there's there's fear. There's fear, especially parents when it comes to their children when it comes to their children's identity or their children's right within their schools, or their ability to go up to those who are supposed to be taking care of them and asking you for their rights or asking for why things aren't getting

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better for them. We need a better we need

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With this big trend within within the survey was people feeling that they just didn't know who to go to and felt afraid. They felt scared. I don't know if you've noticed over the last year and a half, I've never seen so much immigration happen from Canada outwards. I've never seen so many Muslims pack up and leave, it's actually quite alarming. Usually it's the other way around. If you're trying to get in, you're trying to help your family members from another place where they're persecuted to get in here. Now, if you actually want to get out.

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It's not just because of the financial slum that we're in. There's other elements that affect this as well. And a part of that is feeling that they that there's lack of that courage. And that courage is not something that's individual, it's a communal problem, when we lack the backbone to speak up for ourselves and teach people to dues to do the same.

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Mental health is an issue that is ongoing, it's been in our community for a long time, and it has not actually improved that much, which there's still a lot of taboo. Regarding these diagnoses, we still have people lingering around for years, diagnosing them with with insane things like magic spell, or or some or some jindee inside of them, or some other crazy claim that you have no way to actually verify or even treat, if it is the case, and people get moved around for years from one place to the other

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with no access to actual health care to professionals who can actually help them. And by the time they do, they're so far into their problems that it's hard to actually help them anymore.

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Just because we're a faithful society doesn't mean that we don't struggle with mental health problems. If your leg breaks, you don't bring your kid to the masjid asking me to do it okay for them, do you? You take them to be cured, to be treated. If you understand what they will do it anyways, you can decide what Okay, he will do it even when the leg is broken after they get their surgery whenever they need. When when the brain breaks, when the psyche is broken and needs the same thing broke as it needs also professional and mental health is something that people are struggling with anxiety and depression and other forms of mental health disorders that we have to do better

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with caring for our vulnerable part of the problem, the vulnerable ones in our society.

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There's a need for social innovation. What we found in this survey that we're very good at describing the problems, like describing where the deficits lie, what's failing was not working, we can describe it, there's very little attempt to solve anything. There's a there's very little attempt to come up with solutions. There's no systematic way of doing it. It's not in massage in or out of it, do we have a systematic approach to problems and What solutions can be done, there's a lot of fear in trying a problem because if you try a problem doesn't work out, then you're going to be eaten alive by those who aren't willing to do anything. They'll just sit there and criticize

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everything and eat you alive when you try to solve a problem and doesn't work out for you. So people end up tend not to want to get too involved. But we slam is

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the whole legacy is a social innovation law. That's what Islam is. It's time came and looked at all the problems of society and solve them through the guidance of Allah subhana wa Tada. So we have it already. We have the approaches, we have the solutions, we just need the way the how do you get there? What do we need people who are willing to do that take that on themselves as a part of their of what they owe the OMA, what they owe their community with the old themselves are picking that up. The rest of us sit around and watch. Now, why am I talking about this?

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Because I haven't seen ever historically, and I'm in my late 30s. At this point, I've never seen

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what's happening in the Holy Land happen elsewhere in the format that is happening. See, within the power of struggle to the structure sorry, the struggle of power that exists within the story of the human race, the struggle of power, has always had certain laws. The courtiers always knew that if you didn't follow the laws of ethics and moral publicly, then you couldn't get ahead. You couldn't you can't come out and say, I hate this group of people, I want to kill them all. That's not going to work for you. Even if everyone thinks it even if you think that you can't say it out loud, because it'll take away your ability to have power in the world. You have to act like you abide by

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certain ethical laws. You have to

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this is the first time historically that I've seen that not be cared for anymore. Even what happened before years before, there's been a lot of atrocities that have happened elsewhere in the world. But at least when they talk about the topic, they it is at least played as if there's some ethicality from their standpoint, today, the veto has no explanation to it. It's just that's it that's that's that. There, I'm vetoing it, and I don't care. I have no explanation for you. I've never seen that before. It's very alarming. It is very concerning to me. That there's because that changes things that changes a lot. When publicly we just don't care when we say You know, you can bomb these

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hospitals. You can kill civility.

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as you can, you can have children as we speak being pulled out of the rubble on a daily but on an hourly basis, you can take a population and shove them into a small area and then just destroy them and kill them and starve them to death. With no explanation whatsoever with no actual rationalization or, or an attempt to try and explain why that's happening, that's unheard of. That's unheard of, there has to be at least at least from groups that claim to to be representative of people. There are totalitarian dictatorships in the world that don't try and do that and understand that that's why you're here, most of you are here, because you ran away from that. But now, these

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are governments that actually represent people have nothing to offer. Yeah, well,

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it's happening. So it's gonna happen. You have no explanation that didn't even willing to know they're not gonna defend it, nor they're gonna explain it's gonna be just, I've never seen that before. extremely alarming, very, very concerning that that's where we are right now. And it says something about our status as an OMA, these people who are being killed. They're not like us, they are us. There's a big difference. Like is no, they're not like us, they are us. These are same names, the same background, same, same everything. We are a part of one of one nation, there's no there is no difference between a Muslim regardless of where they live, or what they look like.

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Technically speaking, if you want to understand this time, appropriately, there is no different difference between a human being another human being or any living thing. The sanctity of human life is not debatable within our deen. It's interesting, though, that he says subhanaw taala, when he talked about a no human pattern, and if somebody right enough sin, oh, I didn't know that first that talked about the fact that if you kill someone unlawfully, it's like, like you murdered the human race. And if you if you bring back someone back to life, you're able to save a life. It's like you save the human race. It's interesting at the beginning of that verse, he says, at the Alika, GitHub,

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and he'll just something to keep in mind

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as we observe what's happening. Now, what's the, what's the point of these two things, the survey in this?

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Because Allah Harlem

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change can happen. I'm gonna be very, very specific with my choice of words here. I'm not saying changes happening, or will happen. I don't sell illusions. I'm not going to sell you some false hope and put you in a position of wishful thinking, I don't know, if change is happening, or will happen. I have no information or no way to verify or validate that, yes, this is the beginning of a new era. I don't know that. So I'm not going to talk about it. I'm going to talk to you about that which is factual. What is factual is that we have the potential to change, we can mean we don't like any of the tools that are needed to change. We don't like any of the tools, we have all of them. You see,

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some people historically wanted to change, but they couldn't, because they lacked tools. Either. They didn't have leadership, they didn't have guidance, they didn't have resources, financial or social, their numbers were too low, didn't have enough youth. So they couldn't change. And they were stuck in a bad situation for a long time. But for us, we don't have that problem. The potential changes there, because we have all of the tools. Were a useful community. We're a wealthy community, we have numbers, we have leadership, and we have guidance, you have a way of life. So it's just a matter of something different.

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Something different actually get there's something different. It's not we're not lacking tools. If you were I was trying to say, look, here's what we're missing. I said, oh man as a community change. But that's not the case. We're not lacking anything. We have it all there. What's missing is the willpower,

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is the belief that you should have about yourself.

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If you believe that you have to have about yourself, that you are important when it comes to the equation of change, that you have to do it. It has to strike. It has to start with you. Yes, yes, one Muslim in some city that no one knows about. And if you say the name of the city, they think it's in a different country altogether, with a small population of 36,000 1000 people, yes. And the heart of a Muslim there, you can spark change that will lead to a different reality in the near future or far future. Yes, it is very possible. But you have to believe that yourself, like it has to be something that you have you understand that you comprehend. It's a part of your upbringing.

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It's a part of your legacy as a Muslim. And if you don't see that if you don't feel that, and you continue, because no point of me and you you and I are arguing over the bigger picture politics. I can't I don't have a seat at that table. No one listens to me. There are no one listens to you, either. So there's no point in arguing the bigger countries you know, what we can argue is us. We can actually talk about is the change that can happen from us. That's that's where it began anyways. Go back to the basics, go back to the basics, go back to his life on a salatu salam. He did it. He started with people with simple individuals who believe something in themselves. It started with Ali

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and Zubaydah and palha started with Alibaba and I might have been Yes, it was people who had very little reason to believe that they could make a difference in this world. It started with Saudi PW 1000 People who

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Why were teens at the time didn't feel that they had any say in the world. And yet, that's where change began, challenges started in their hearts. You can start right now in your heart as I speak to you, no one can see it, no one can feel it, no one will know about it. But it's something that changed inside of you, that leaves you to leave the lead a different life later. And that's where change comes from. We have to believe that's the case. But you have to understand that that's how Islam is built. Because if you attend this hookman then after you walk out and continue to live your life the way you were living before and expect somehow things to change in an externally from you,

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then you're misguided.

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If I think I can afford to live life the way I've been living it and then somehow things will change. I don't understand this equation. That's not how this works. He made it a law and the client explained it. You know, the verses that we talked about in Switzerland fell in your comment congressional Saburo Natalie Bumi a teeny weeny

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little elephant in Alladhina Cafaro via Nahum, Comala for one and a half Allahu Malema and fee kumbaya but in your coming committed to Serbia heavily Bumi detainee when you're coming from alfen yada yada liberal alfine isn't the Allahu Allahu Mau sabihin he talks about as Muslims you are a man is worth 10 and his impact is influenced one is worth 10

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And then, now I see this I see that there's weakness in you. So one is worth two

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was was downgraded never in his life either he slipped us into that downgrade he actually occur never in his life he salatu ascended the Muslims this was a warning from Allah subhanaw taala to them if you become weak then it's downgraded your influence your impact is downgraded never happened during his life it his thought was the only time was one to two was nine and they almost lost everything else was

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one two, it was way beyond one to 10 even

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and this is something that is worthy of our contemplation a * you heard it was talking to Allah who you were looking for stuff you know who you're following me I was and was told if you reinstall Allah

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Hamdulillah he Lillahi wa wa sallahu wa salam O Allah Allah may Allah be Yoda. While early he also had a human who who were far I don't want to call it, quote motilium, Cotabato and Makarora and mold were in Makara

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the whole who inside and you carried on if so who is now who are Omen, Corrado and foster home Mahonia issue and I heard that the curar

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linearity siniakova Masha, Allah manorbier Eva had just

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had this in here, where I had this owner until the chilima and wildbird the Anila one now she asked me who's doing

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so you know, Halima accomplice. kotoba where are we doing a mammogram aka Anna IV well hello Magellan. Well, hello Magellan.

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We were able to attend BARDA Mara in the arrival Muslim one year our telephone

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interview Topeka and Tara Yeoman MA in Santa Fe for female female commie had I remember in Canada your whole column and mortality fan and while can mock Turriff Riachuelo V double Muslim in the rocks. Well Iacono v murottal. Mostly we had a Ross

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final in San Yan, yada yada yada yada yada Oh Milford.

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the oming pocket Joe Hilter Dena Kula hula Hema Aki the Dean whatever Hema Who are you don't wanna run and die yours I absolutely had the comb when I abdomen Nuff said oh, we have to Omen hydrogen. But then you have to hate her they'll cramp your style.

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In the middle third team that Adam

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has a cannula Subhanahu wa Taala will collect and

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he said that ASR tossed around in the Hadith narrated by Imam Bukhari. Abdullah bin Ahmed tells us the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says in nama nursery, can you believe that occurred with Teddy Doofy hahaha, people are like when you have

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100 camels you can barely find one that's dependable, reliable. You can barely find one that's dependable and reliable and they show some initiative and leadership.

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Still people who have that ability to be dependable and reliable most people don't.

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You think this is the Muslim community? No. Is it not the Muslim community? The majority of the Muslim commune don't come for Jamar. The majority of the Muslims they don't come for Juma. If all the Muslim men in this community came for Joomla, we didn't form

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or massage at as big as lmm to actually take them all in maybe a third chakra, it may be the best estimation, maybe a third job or at the restaurant. And my question for you is, are you amongst that view? To the Quran talks about the few well kalila men a bad idea Chicago and a few of my servants will truly be thankful and grateful. In a Latina, no, I'm a little slowly hurting. Well, actually, you don't know whom few of the few people actually understand what it means to internalize their understanding of Allah, and then live live that impact and live what Allah subhanaw taala? Very few. So the question for you is, are you amongst that field? Or not? I am telling you, whether you like

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it or not, you are, you're amongst the few. Because the majority of Muslims aren't practicing. And you're in this message. So that means you're amongst that few. And if that few doesn't have the intention of change, doesn't have the intention of actually taking their lives and turning it around for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala for the sake of a future that is brighter for themselves and their children than what hope is there. What can we possibly hope for, if that's not going to happen?

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It's very possible.

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The potential is there, I'm not saying it's gonna happen. But the potential is there, you just have to understand that you're capable, and that you could have weight, you're gonna have a weight, not physical weight, you're gonna have weight in your community, where you could impact and you can influence you can change things you can do it. If you ever go and study psilocybin is hardcore, Ibn Hisham either them. And he opened the book and you read, and you go through your number five, and six, and seven and eight. Those years are just one story after the other of persecution and torture, the Prophet SAW, sent himself physically physically out of his sight to his son was being tortured,

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his reputation was being ruined psychologically, in every way, he was being mistreated, and all the Sahaba the same, some of them were being laid on, on live coal until until until their backs burned, and they couldn't stand straight anymore, tell they're being smoked, they couldn't breathe anymore. Some of them are being killed. They're being murdered.

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And then in the midst of all these stories that are just very sad. There's always a chapter where they talk about the Islam of two people. There's a lot of people accepting Islam during this period, but they're not talked about. We don't have like a chapter of it fossil feed Islam, Pula. No, but these two individuals, there's a chapter in every book of sila that talks about their Islam as if it's a cosmic incident. This is as if it's an extraterrestrial event that's worthy of just stop. But that happened, what happened, what was so important as people are being killed and murdered and mistreated, and processing persecuted and tortured, yeah, but then Hamza accepted Islam, and

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accepted Islam. Because of because of the weight of that person.

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It was it was the it was the impact that person had on the people. And Allah would say, I was always afraid, until I until he was accepted Islam and then I always knew I could go in and ask him for protection. If someone says something to me.

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I'm not I'm not accepted. This time. It was its own chapter. So one thing, it's an event worthy of stopping and telling the story, other people except this time all the time and to see oh, we don't have events about them. But this guy did it Mr. Lee to go ahead and say we were humiliated, until Arman accepted Islam, then we had integrity. I could pray in front of Aqaba, openly. No one, no one dares speak to me because they no longer had told them you leave him. If you speak to him, then you have to deal with me. And this is not about strength, physical strength. I'm talking about impact.

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Later on. This story is intended on Monday I'm talking Hindi, you can find the actual wording of the story there. I remember the last time I went on a conquest to for Egypt to conquer Egypt.

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And he struggled in the middle mister but he couldn't go beyond a certain point. So he said that I will stop asking for some help. Troops you want an 8000 troops See that's what he needed.

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So I will help Ah, but send him troops. I'm also standing on a member to see in the horizon cuz he's trying to figure out how many troops were sent to he's looking and it's half of what he wants. It's literally half like he was wasn't hoping for the eight but he's hoping for like seven or six. He got four. So he's saying that he's very upset. But then coming from the horizon is someone on horseback who has honorable Hobbs letter? His GitHub, so he's given down a blouse he opens to get up he reads it and this is what I said but um that took me out of it

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and I couldn't be open rod you know mean who else in NACA in so it will be my alma mater, Dakota, I'm at Geneva Cemani at Yala. When he told me about him.

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He told him I sent you 4000 People leaving each 1000 is one man was worth 1000 So when you're asked what I sent you, you will say 8000 people and if you say 4000 I will take off your head.

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So I'm gonna ask of course out of fear said fine. He sent to him a survey of no one and squid and Oba during the summit and Muslim Abdi McCullough they'll be Allah who I know my Jemaine.

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When he finished the conquest of Egypt, he sent back to Omar saying lolium Tulsi, ilaha IL herba, Jennifer, Luca like alpha. You didn't have to send the 4000 All you have to send with those four people have been enough to have wait to have that impact in a society to be used.

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someone who sees the need sees the GOP and goes for it. They're not distracted. They don't wait for confirmation. They're not waiting for people to applaud them or offer them permission, they see the need. And they go for it because they feel ownership upon this home. Because they feel that they belong, that this is my story, that it's time is your story, you have to feel that and then you will have impact and influence. And then a person can be worth 1000, or a million or a billion or whatever number is that it goes on to or or we can stay exactly the way we are. Or we can stay exactly the way we are. I give this Clickbank and you leave and you live your life the same way. So

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do I. And we expect somehow miraculously that things will change even though nothing has changed internally for us. Nothing has been sparked. And there's no intention of turning things around in any form. Brothers and sisters, if you're tired, if you are tired of watching the news, and seeing children in chalk or dead with their parents morning them if this is something that you don't want to continue to watch. Have you ever thought about how many Muslim countries have been in turmoil over the years, I'm only 38. But I can count for you what I remember. Kosovo, and Kashmir, parts of Pakistan and until this day, Myanmar, China,

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Oman, Sudan, Libya, Algeria, Tunis, Egypt and Yemen,

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the miserable country, I come from Syria and the ongoing holy land. And that's all I can remember standing here without a paper in front of me that has written down all of the atrocities that have occurred. If you don't want that to be continued to be the case in the future, then tell me what are you going to do about it? What are you going to change has to start with that has to start from something on the inside? What is going to change? How are you going to be different? In what way? Do you feel that this moment is yours? Do you feel responsible? Do you have ownership you feel that you can be someone who has impact? Are you willing to do that or you just want to keep on coming here

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listening and then someone like me standards here complaints and complaints and talks about death and everyone just feels bad for a few months and make dry we walk out we continue normally?

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I don't know. I for one, I'm tired.

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It's hard to continue to watch all this. It's hard without your some point you just feel

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why are we doing it? What's the point?

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What's the point? Is there a point? Of course there is. But there has to be you have to see change. We have to we have the potential. My hope that today's the potential is there. Change can happen. I'm sorry. All I can tell you is Ken. I can only use that as the only word I can use. I can't say is I can't say well, I can't I'll be lying to you if I did. I'll be selling you wishful thinking just to make you feel better. But I don't know. I know that can for sure. I absolutely can we absolutely can. And that's what needs to be thought about and that's maybe the intention you take in your heart before Ramadan. So Allah Allah grant us the ability inshallah Tada to be better and to do better.

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the Allah in Allah Hi I'm Robin anyway eat easy CORBA when handing fascia you will carry well basically you're able to comb la look on to the karoun in sha Allah to Allah I'm starting from tomorrow we will begin the Ramadan prep sessions I'll share with you in sha Allah Tada the plan for Ramadan so you know what's happening before Ramadan and throughout the holy month of Ramadan. Shoutout to Salah

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