Adnan Rajeh – The Five Categories of Community Investment Advocacy

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the five categories of community investment, including education, mentorship, outreach, advocacy, and others. They stress the importance of advocating for one's cause and standing by someone being oppressed. The speakers also emphasize the need for strong community, particularly for Muslims, to ensure privacy and not allow anyone to dominate one's opinion. Investing in advocacy and education is essential to ensure privacy and not allow anyone to dominate one's opinion.
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subhanho wa Taala and who to tell about the speaks about the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam and this was during the Bible have to book towards the end of his life allihies salatu salam, he says in this surah subhanho wa Taala if you do not stand by him, then Allah subhanaw taala has already done that. And he refers back to the native healer.

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This is the fourth or fifth, put by that I've given.

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Regarding the five categories of community investment, which are the five, I share with you every week, one of the five categories that I think as a Muslim community, in the West, or specifically in this city or in this country, the minority that we are that there are five categories that we should be investing in. Because I think they're important, and because I think we can, it's a combination of two things, because I think they're very important. And because I think we can do it. There may be other categories that Trump them in importance, but we can't, we don't have the tools yet.

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I am not claiming that these five categories are perfect, nor are they divine. They're just my opinion after being here for 10 years, and I'm sharing them with you. You can take them you can leave them but after watching the movement of our community, how things actually occur,

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the mud Dangers arise. They see the tides as they move within a society. I think these five categories are important. And I've shared with you three so far. I've talked to you about education, and I've talked to you about mentorship and I've talked you about outreach, and I specifically took some time to make sure you understood the day

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difference between education and mentorship, they're not the same thing. There may be some overlap, but they're not the same. And within the society that we live in, in the West, we have to actually invest in both separately. When I grew up, we didn't, because the person who educated me was the person who mentored me. It just worked that way there was enough, there are enough resources and the way life occurred, and the way we actually lived allowed for it. I don't think it's possible here. We are very isolated, we are scattered all over a very large city, there's not enough time and there's not there's just that possibility is very difficult to achieve. And then outreach, which I

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talked about last week, which we don't do very good job on. Today, I'm going to talk about advocacy, the fourth category of Community Investment advocacy. Now, this is the word that I believe translates what I'm trying to explain an Arabic which is a menos Surah because of the of nostra or Nussle in the Quran, when it's not coming from Allah subhanaw taala specifically, which is the granting of victory was coming from anyone else aside from God, it is to advocate for someone's success is to support them is to stand stand by them is to aid them in whatever means you have that is what Manasa or no Salah means this is very, very important Islamic concept if you understand that

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and you take that word and you follow it along with the Quran you'll find it all throughout the Quran

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example that I just gave you in super detail but where Allah subhanaw taala pointed out to the Muslims if you don't stand by him, I have already done that before and the night of Hijra when no one was no one was with him. I stood by him SubhanaHu wa Tada.

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Yeah, you are Lavina I'm an eternal soul Sorolla her young sort of come to you with a bid for the Macomb, if you would. How would you do Sorolla? If his granting victory? How does it work? If that's the only meaning for it, I'm trying to argue with you or trying to explain to you that the word does not mean only granting victory because it only means that when it's coming from God towards us, that's the only time it means that otherwise, it means to advocate for someone or for something, to support it, to aid it to stand by it

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to invest your time, wealth, expertise, social weight to political weight

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for the cause of some sort. So he says in those sort of Allah if you don't sort of Allah if you to offer to for God, Allah does not need you to grant him victory, then what does it mean? It means what I just explained, if you advocate for his causes, if you advocate for the causes of Allah, if you support them, if you stand by them, if you invest what you have, in them that Allah Subhan Allah will grant you victory eventually.

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There's a page at the end of sorted and file where Allah subhanaw taala points us out a little bit more clearly. In the Latina, Manu jarusa Who be Amreli him What am fusi him PISA de villa? Well, Lavina Well, we're not Saru will Erykah Badu home Olia. Oba, indeed those who believed and performed Hijra and strive with their wealth and with their segment themselves for the sake of Allah, and those who accepted and granted Muslim and supported or aided. So ALLAH SubhanA this verse is talking about the more hygienic than the onslaught the first group the more Nigerian those who believed early on, they performed pilgrimage they did they emigrated, they went from one city to the other

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and they strive for everything they had the other group and Lilina sorrow those who accepted them into their lives into their homes and perform nostra mean they supported them they ate and then they advocated for them.

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When I think about them earlier about they stand by one another they are each other's allies. We're living in Amman or whatever you heard Euro Morocco Meanwhile at him in che in Hatha you heard euro and those who believe the state did not emigrate did not move from Mecca to Medina. You don't owe them anything. You're not your allies until they leave because you don't have allies in a foreign it doesn't work like that. With any stone Saru confit Dean Valley como Nossal Illa Allah Holmium Boehner Komaba you know, homie Felco, Allah hug him at times, whenever they ask you for support because they're being oppressed. If they seek your advocacy because they get being mistreated, then

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you are obligated to offer them that unless it is happening towards a group of people or with a country that you have a treaty with of some sort. In that case, you have to stand back until that treaty is over

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it and then you continue the verses the verses go through some explanation of those details. What I'm trying to get for you that the concept of Muslim goes back as far as Islam does itself, the idea of standing by that which is righteous

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standing standing for just causes for so social justice isms of some sort. This is something that we need we are obligated in my opinion, specifically us where we are, we are obligated to do out of all five this one here is where we're going to be asked a lot of questions on the Day of Judgment because we had the ability to do it. Others don't but we do and yet we did not invest enough time money

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into it to make sure that it works very important. The Prophet Elise I'm gonna give you a hadith narrated by Imam did me the anathema Dr. Ali Asad Salman says Muslim on Muslim Isla yah hoo hoo hoo hoo. Where are you?

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William huella has been in ministry and you have to know when Muslim, the Muslim is a brother of a Muslim does not let him down. And Muslim does not turn their backs on other Muslims ever. They don't do that, like, they don't turn their backs on them. So the first thing this hadith narrated at least 10 times or by 10, different Sahaba Buddha and had been more than others. And the same wording was used for all of them, like with Lulu who never never let them down would never let them down.

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So you're the one who in the Hadith, read Bible study will see the prophet Isaiah Sato Salam said also a haka volume and Omar bloomer, stand by your brother support them, whether they may be oppressors or being oppressed. So the Sahaba said yellow surrounded by bloom, and when they're being oppressed, that's understandable. It's clear, like I gave when I was little Halima, how do we stand by someone who was being being being oppressed or themselves by the Jews who owe them not who I'm holding me here? Early can also you hold them back from a bit from oppressing others. That's how you stand by them.

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You stop them from oppressing others, that's how you stand by them. You're going to advocate one way or the other or another. As a muster, you're going to advocate

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whether they're being oppressed or they're oppressing. You're going to advocate for what is what is right if they're being oppressed, you stand by them with their oppressing you stop them.

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The 1100 Aloha Anhu says the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam tells us in the Hadith also narrated by Muhammad kleinem Men villa in the remote min

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Allah annual Surah who fell a mere fall in love Allahu Allah rasool Allah, Allah yo multi Yama,

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someone who stands in witnesses, another person being humiliated, being destroyed, mistreated, and they have the ability to advocate for them and they don't ALLAH SubhanA wa humiliate them on the Day of Judgment in front of everybody.

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In a similar Hadith narrated also to us

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by Abu Huraira collection, Otto Bharani. Same idea.

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I don't have a lot of time today so I'm gonna leave it with that. I've made my point. The concept of Muslim is very central within our deen you stand by what what is righteous? And you stand by those who are being oppressed. You stand by your brothers, whether they are oppressors or being oppressed, you find a way to advocate you always do the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and for the for the hammock, if you know the story, he had signed a treaty with Qureshi and Quraysh they couldn't stand the fact that so many people were accepting Islam. So they broke the treaty. It was a moment of of anger themselves and Bucher and one of the tribes actually

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practiced, and they killed people From KUSA, who were allied to the Prophet, it is a lot to us, and I'm so mad at him, if I would have been setting him who else was, it came to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam are the only people who made it from the massacre that they that they had performed. So he came to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and he and he and he asked him for his support and knowing poetry that they that you can find in the books.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam was saying no Saturday, I'm Robina Salim, you're going to be stood by Osama Bin Salman and the Prophet Allah you sought to stamp on that day moved in army. Now when we're talking about advocacy, this is not what I'm talking about. Obviously, the context here is very different. But the concept is the same. You see when they describe the Prophet alayhi salatu salam or at least this while he may be totally destroyed him Carla Garner. So Allah Allah, Allah, your liberal whooshing, nothing would make him angry.

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Well, I have doubled in FC never got angry for himself. Like if someone mistreated him, misquoted him, cursed him out, spoke to him in a rude manner. This never angered him out of your stilettos. I mean, let it all slide. But either Tour de el hecho la mujer con la mia Overby, he shame on Tesla. But once oppression occurred once was no longer being revered. Once oppression was being weighed heavier than Hopland, righteousness and justice, he would continue to be angered. And he would continue to support and perform Nosara until the issue was over, until it was over.

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let's come to where this becomes important to us. Because I don't want to waste too much time. We live in a place where we have voices. Now, the majority of you, if not all of you come from a background of living in a place where that was not the case. Meaning you came your parents or your grandparents or you yourself. They came here because they were tired of living in a place where they at where their value was nothing, where they had no value as an individual, no one cared what they had to say if they had an opinion. They either kept it to themselves or got mister completely mistreated by the closest people to them for it for actually talking about it or letting it out or

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expressing it in any form or manner. And that's why they came here. We still have that up till now. We still have that here. I don't know for how long but we still do. And for the time that we do, we are obligated. We are obligated in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala to advocate for that which is righteous. We are obligated to make sure that we use that right effectively to stand by that which is righteous and by those who are oppressed and even those even our own community

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Even if we are making mistakes that we are oppressors We stand by our own by stopping them from doing so, the option of that not happening is not there in Islam. And allowing that to occur is a big problem. Meaning going through your life feeling that you are not obligated to do this, that is not your problem, that this is not your fight, that this is not something that you need to speak about, or, or to vocalize or to get involved with is a huge problem. Because on the Day of Judgment, you gonna be very, very disappointed. Your middle piano is gonna be very disappointing when you find out that Oh, no, you're not, you're totally we're, you are totally, we're obligated to actually say

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something, or do something, or may and make a difference, and you did not. And you will let volume continue to occur around you. And you will let values to continue to disintegrate and to be taken away. Your oppression is not just physical and political oppression, there's intellectual oppression that has been going on for over a century. That's been going on for a long time, but no one really cared. And now it's becoming a little bit more of a problem. Now people are starting to feel, Oh,

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I can't, I can't have an opinion on things anymore. I can't, I can't, I can't uphold a value anymore. I can't safely send my children to a place where they can uphold a value anymore, it becomes an issue. And people start to feel the pinch, that comes from the lack of advocacy. Because we don't advocate for that we believe his rights. And advocacy comes to a lot of forms. The problem or you saw some of his time there when he was a he was the leader of a country. So obviously his advice as advocacy will take a certain form for us, it will be different.

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It will look a little bit differently.

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It's not difficult. It's just that when you advocate for something you put yourself,

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you're a little bit vulnerable. Let's be honest, when you advocate for something, you're vulnerable, you don't mind standing up for your own rights, because they're your own rights. They're mine, I have to I mean, if my rights are being taken away, then I might as well, I might as well. You know what, what's the point of living now. So I'll stand for myself. But when you stand up for someone else's, it's kind of again, putting you're putting yourself in a vulnerable position? Because it's not really your problem, right? Not really, your problem is someone else's problem. Why do I have to pay for someone else's problem? This is the mentality that human beings carry all of us we all carry

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this mentality is not healthy. And it's not Islamic. And it does not work. It is proving that it doesn't work. That if we allow for one piece of one activity to happen anywhere, and we hold our tongues and draw a blind eye, and just look away for a while that that will come back to haunt everyone. It will, it will come back to haunt everyone. Listen to me. I come from a part of the world when I know that I watched it. I was a part of it. I watched it occur throughout my childhood. And then I ended up here not because I wanted to, but because I had no choice. Why? Because oppression occurred. And people let it go. They let it go for a long time. It's this big wheel of

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destruction of oppression that just keeps on going and destroying everything you lose. A stock is not hitting you. You keep your tongue you keep your tongue to yourself. You keep your mouth shut. But then this wheel goes on and it squishes people around you you stay quiet. Eventually the wheel will squish you. And then you'll wonder why didn't they stand by me? Didn't they see how hardly we were hit? They did. But you did too. And you didn't care either. So why are you so surprised when when the Syrian

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conflict occurred. I'm not going to use any terminology here to rail anybody up.

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When it occurred, and people were being gassed in their villages, there's a village in Syria that was gassed. Everyone in it died, everyone. I have a friend who was a resident with me. He was a resident with me, he was sleeping with me in the same room. We were all called together. He lost everyone he knew he lost his mind. Eventually he completely lost his mind. everyone he knew died. Within one day, everybody. The whole village was completely wiped off. There was no one left. He couldn't. It was too he could not comprehend it. He could not understand he couldn't it didn't know what to do. Because he's in Damascus. And when you're in residency, you have to be on call quite

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often. So you had been there for a long time. And when that occurred, no one was left there. He called every number he had no one picked up because there was no one left. When that happened, people feel that someone should say something. Someone should take a stand no one did. But that's not something surprising, because something similar happened just a couple of years before to the country was on our right. And before that a few years before in the country on our left and 70 years before the country on our left as well and happened and no one cared. As Muslims. We cannot afford to behave that way. We can't. We can't afford to see something that's happening strong no matter how

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small it is. No matter what field or discipline it's in and say nothing about it. We need to advocate for what is up to the best of our ability.

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Advocacy, in my opinion comes in a few forms for us here. Number one, don't media for sure. For sure. We need to have a presence within Media, meaning our narrative has to make it to a to a to an international or national media outlets, meaning what we believe has to make it there. Our problem our pet peeves, what upsets us? What causes us to feel that we don't belong? What causes us to feel oppressed, that has to make it to a source and oh, look sorts of some of some sorts so that people understand what it is that we want? Or that what it is that we don't want? And if you don't have that presence, no one knows. Meaning the majority of people just don't know. What is it that Muslims

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care for? Yes, people in power do but the majority of people don't because we don't have presence in media, number one. Number two, we need political advocacy, for sure. political advocacy, this doesn't mean having a political party. No, no, I'm talking about lobbying. I'm talking about a group of people making sure that what they need is going to be granted by whoever it gets voted in. Because it doesn't matter who gets voted in. It doesn't matter. There is nothing changes everything. How long have you been alive? What has ever changed, honestly, what has nothing changes, it's all the same thing. It's just a different color and a different animal behind it in a different person

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who's actually representing it, nothing changes. But what does change is that a people want something and they advocate for it, and they put wells behind it, and they put their votes behind it, then things suddenly become important, then suddenly, their opinion finds its way through the majority through the large narrative, the big picture narrative that exists within that political party. And that's what we need, how to do that. I have no idea. I honestly have zero idea. This is not something I understand it's not. But I do know that there are people who do understand it and care for it, especially the upcoming generation, this is something that you need to spend time you

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need to invest in this, you just figured out how that's going to happen. And then you need to actually put us all put us all at a point where we have to support you, because that's definitely needed. Only advocacy for our own, not to make sure that we can send our kids to school to hear something that we want them to hear not only that, but also so that our Muslim brothers and sisters are not seen as less than human as they are being started and killed. At least I can't stop them from being killed and destroyed, but at least they have to be seen as human at least dismissed. When that happens them we see that as a tragedy. It makes the news someone cares, at least that

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raising awareness, and that's outside of media and outside of political advocacy, raising awareness amongst the Muslim community.

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Within the Muslim community, you need to make sure that the next generation cares for this. Brothers and sisters who come from backgrounds that are still being oppressed like myself where Palestinians are brothers and sons

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Sisters from parts of the subcontinent are brothers and sisters who come from parts of China from Africa who come from countries are still being oppressed, you have to make sure that your children still understand that they stand for something that there's a social justice caused here that is worth their time. You can't afford for them to grow up not feeling that attachment, you can't afford if you do that, which is what everyone thinks is going to happen. These ones, by the way, the numbers that's what they say, the numbers indicate there's just a couple of it's a generation or two, and then everyone will forget about everything. They bargain on that they bargain on the fact

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that the brother Palestinian brother, he says is direct descendants. And then second generation by them, they'll forget about this whole problem. None of this has to be talked about anymore, they bargain on that. So no advocacy is making sure that that keeps stays alive, and that we actually invest time and money into that.

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And then finally, education, obviously. So we go back to the first mute investment, education, advocacy, a big part of it is education is proper information, making it to the ears of people to understand what's what the truth is what actually happened, who actually is oppressive here, who needs to be held accountable. That's very important. That needs to make it that we need to make sure that that happens. Today, we come close. In a few days, we come close to the anniversary of the Apollo family by Mohammed Lucha Germain, may Allah have mercy upon them, see, I mean,

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they're a part of our community, they start exactly where you were, I still remember but they're still very, very well. He attended every holiday gave an LLM for at least five years, every single one of them not just him, but his wife as well. They both did. They sat I used to have at the back part of the masjid. And there was a little a little bit more saw have

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desks and that the lady she was sitting right she was the only lady sitting behind for two years, he was the only lady who attended and she brought ladies they attended I know they're very well, I know their children taught them in school. They don't sit here anymore. It's almost been two years, two years since that very, very dark day, that day filled with hatred, filled with, with racism, filled with every bad. Everybody characteristic, every bad attribute that could possibly imagine manifesting itself in the cold blooded murder of a family until this day, the person who did it imagine getting into a car and robbing people on a sidewalk, and it takes two years and you're still

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not convicted.

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Whatever, whoever died that day must have not had much of a an advocating community behind them. They can they must, must have not advocated too much for their rights, because I can tell you but someone else was killed that day by someone else, a very different outcome would have occurred. A very different outcome. Oh, I can I can see it now. Oh, I can see it. Oh, I can hear I can hear the media outlets are like I can I can I can actually come up with what they would say I can come up with the slogans and the logos, I can come up with it with how the oh, that this would be a completely different experience for everybody.

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Don't blame others. All right, when I'm saying don't blame ourselves. We don't advocate for ourselves. We don't, we don't advocate for ourselves. We don't advocate for what we believe in. We don't, we're not organized enough. And we don't have that as a part of what we believe what we do. That's why I'm saying invest in advocacy, when he started investing and to make sure that this does not happen again,

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to make sure that this does not happen again. And to make sure that everyone here has has their rights, to be who they want to be and to believe and to carry their values and to feel respected when they do.

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We allow one person to be oppressed and we turn a blind blind eye. It's just a matter of time before we're next. It's just a matter of time that is that is the huddle is the Sunnah of Allah subhanho wa Taala you allow oppression, it will come in on Tuesday later 100% It will haunt you 100%

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We have to rethink this whole thing. For the next week, there's going to be a lot of events and the different massage regarding the anniversary of our beloved marchers of our community shahada when I was little family, please attend as many as you can show your support and advocate for them. Because they don't they're not here. They don't have a voice when someone dies, easy to do whatever you want, because you don't have a voice anymore. They can't speak back. As long as someone is alive. You're always scared because once they hear what you said or what you did, they'll have an opinion or they'll say something when they're dead. That's it they can't do that anymore. They don't have a

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voice anymore. They don't so they depend on you and I to make sure that they do have a voice and so many people in the world depend on you as well. A lot a lot of people do other people who don't have voices who expect you to be their voice they do they do because you you look like them you have similar back name last names because similar backgrounds as well it's our obligation to think down those lines I hope that was a benefit for you forgive me for taking too much time. Again this week there is the visual I think is on Tuesday starts around six 6pm If I'm not

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incorrect, please go out and support and stand by them and make sure that our presence is felt inshallah Tada while I'm waiting to go home I don't know the number and I'll even call in Allahu Allah you gotta who use alumina Alain de Yeah, you hold again. Allah He was telling me to sleep

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