Adnan Rashid – The Crisis of Muslim Civilisation – Problems and Solutions

Adnan Rashid
AI: Summary © The sun is the source of heat in the world and the loss of honor and the use of flags of Islam symbolizes those who don't meet certain requirements. The history of the Middle East and the differences between the two countries are discussed, including struggles with the new Islamist movement and the decline of their civilization. The importance of learning about one's successes and achievements for future generations is emphasized, along with the recap of the western world and the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives. The conversation covers topics including the current president's handling of the country, the success of Islam in achieving human goals, and the importance of cooperation in achieving them. The book, Lost Islamic history, is mentioned as a source of reference for those interested in learning more.
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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Mombasa Li Samira de min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem Omar Abdullah ihlara Matala, Al Ameen. Kala Rasulullah Salallahu alaihe salam, la minhwa hadoken. Hakuna Hubei Li Min Valley de we're one of the nastiest marine or come upon Allah salatu salam, respected brothers and sisters as salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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My topic is to talk about

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our leaders, our predecessors, or great achievers of the past, and see how we can learn from them and implement the teachings and the examples into the future. So the topic should be rather the future of potential leaders.

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So let me start with the release of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, he stated in an authentic report kulu Kumara in Baku, Luca masala. Every single one of you, all of you are leaders are shepherds. So who the shepherd Shepherd is someone who leads a flock, every single one of you is responsible for a flock, your flock may be your family, your flock may be your neighborhood, your flock may be your students, your flock, maybe your business partners, your flock, maybe your staff, your flock, maybe the people you you know work with or people who work under you, you may be in any any capacity, working in any capacity, you may have a flock and

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Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam he gave you this instruction or this information that you are to lead. You are to lead every single one of you is responsible for someone.

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For that reason, we need to think diligently about our responsibilities towards Allah subhanho data, primarily because Allah is the one who created us and he created He created us with a purpose. Our purpose is in the Quran. Allah tells us our Creator tells us in the Quran, how we will enrich upon the regime from that minute, Allah Jin while is Illa Leah Boone, we are I have not created man and Jin, except to worship to worship the Creator.

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So the purpose of this creation was to worship Allah subhanaw taala. When Allah Subhana Allah tells us, I shampoo welcome, Ruby has been one najma will show you Yes, Judah. Allah is telling us that every single thing Allah has created is inevitably in submission to him.

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None of these things are free, the sun has been placed where it has been placed in his constant so that you may live.

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astrophysicists tell us that if we move the sun from his constant few meters back or forward, we will cease to exist.

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We will not exist anymore. Sometimes we don't actually think about this. If you think about how far the sun is, so let's go subject there. Everyone can see the sun with the with with your naked eye. Yes, everyone gazes upon the sun every single day.

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When you leave your home in the morning, you look at the sun, and it's a burning ball of fire. And you think oh, it's a normal thing. We see it every day not a big deal. But it is actually a huge deal. If you start to think about it, if you start to gain knowledge about it, the sun

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has been burning

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for millions of years.

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It is rightly placed

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it has been placed in a very special place for your existence.

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And if it is disturbed, it is moved backwards or forward.

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Depending on the lack of heat, or the intensity of heat, you will die. You will die even though the sun is 93 million miles away. 93 million. Can you imagine?

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Looking at something it is 90 million miles away and you can still see it with your naked eye. Can you imagine the size of that entity? How far is Lahore from a?

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How far is Lahore from Islamabad?

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263 kilometers.

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And now if I was to put you on the tallest tower possible in Islamabad,

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would you be able to see Lahore with your naked eye?

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You wouldn't right?

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Even if it was a flat plane, you wouldn't be able to see the city of Lahore. But you can still see the sun which is 93 million miles away.

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What does that tell you? It is huge. It is gigantic, it is humongous. And despite that, it has been placed in exactly the right spot for your existence for you to live. And this is why Allah tells you in the Quran in Surah Rahman a shampoo well, tomorrow because ban Allahu Akbar, the moon, the sun and the moon have been placed according to

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accounting system

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according to

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mathematics, to put it in plain terms, they placement is mathematical. It has been counted

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the word because barn comes from the word Huizar right hisab and husband is the same root word, which is mathematics. Allies telling us the placement of the sun and the moon in the constants is exactly is exactly right. is calculated for what calculated for what further down in the Quran in surah. Allah tells you why for what

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and when we read in Surah banaba. When Allah subhanaw taala gives the reasons as to why the day of judgment will take place under

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the saloon

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regime, which will lie Ronnie Rahim matassa lu

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by law the they asked you about the great news.

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Tell them kalasa Allah moon Samak Allah Allah moon,

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they will come to know again they will come to know how why how will they come to know how will they come to know. alumna da

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da da da da da da da da no mokou bata li li basa wa Jalla Siraj.

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Allah subhanaw taala

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well, banana vaca come Sabanci Dada Jana Siraj.

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Allah has made a burning lamp for you.

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A burning lamp for you. The one you see every single day

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and what does it do?

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Lee no hurry JB Hunt boom wanna bata Allahu Akbar, this son sends down water, this burning lamp alive plays for you, it sends down water and this water gives you your food.

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Imagine the connection Allah makes of the water cycle with the sun. If the sun ceases to exist, exist if it goes off, if the sun is switched off, you will die.

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You will cease to exist. This is why you worship Him.

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A small demonstration of his power Allah Subhana Allah in the Quran and in the horizons as Allah tells us again in another place

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sonnerie Maya Gina feel faki Wolfie and fusi him hot diet Albion Allah whom and who will help the that we will show our science to them in the horizons, they will see my signs of life telling that you will see the signs of my power in the horizons

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and within yourself.

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The more you study yourself, the more

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baffled you are.

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There are machines, millions of machines within yourself. Did you know that right now everyone is sitting

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and listening to me. And every single one of you

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is a collection of molecules and cells and all sorts of things working within your system.

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And your brain and your heart and your kidneys and your lungs in your entire your entire body is made of tiny machines they're working with

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so lies telling you you will see my signs there and in there, if you contemplate so that it is clear to you that it is the truth from your Lord.

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We didn't come about by chance. It's not an accident. So Allah created you, for we worship Allah subhanaw taala and we worship him the way he wants us to worship Him.

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Can you do your namaz or your Salah hanging upside down?

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Can you

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the Prophet is telling you pray solu Kamara a tomonaga suddenly right. Pray as you see me pray. Yes. Right. The province of Assam said

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Mariana mascaro melissani su para la el Phasma musculoskeletal good GS para mujer parte de costura agar I'm not gonna be salatu salam ala gadget a son Luca ma are suddenly you are dead you finished you can't pay like the prophets

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of Allah gonna begin to match

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up on Cuckoo. Can you concentrate? Can you actually do your Salah? Like the prophets Allah lies Allah? No. So you The Prophet said, You pray as you see me pray, you cannot pray as I pray. Because the level of his Eman

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is not your level.

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So we worship Allah, as he wants us to worship. And this is why many people in the past they came.

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The people we follow the people we look up to the people we love and talk about on daily basis. They are the ones we

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follow because they followed a line and His Messenger

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because they followed a line is messenger.

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Who cares about otherwise?

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amarrian Katara de la Han who cares about him otherwise? Tell me?

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Do you know what he looked like? No, we don't. Do you know how tall he was? Although there are reports, right?

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He was a man who lived 14 centuries ago. And to this day, in the 21st century, we talk about him because we love him because of his character because of what he did for Islam.

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Likewise, I live in Nepal over the long run Abu Bakar of man, all of them and other Sahaba put together all of them and people who followed them and people who followed them and people who followed them. Especially the first three generations. The generation recall some of

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the early generation who are they hiren nasi Burnie para hacer la he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Tyrell nasci attorney, sama la Vila from LA Vina yo Luna home, thermal la Vina your new your Luna home. The best of people are my generation, my companions. And the one that comes after dobbyn the one that comes after katabi and amazingly, Allahu Akbar, when you look into the history of Islam, the Islamic conquest, the spread of Islam, ended with the third generation.

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Think about it. There's a reason why Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he praised this generation, even before this generation was born, especially the second and the third.

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Allah Prophet is saying the best people are mine. My generation and the ones that come after we're not born yet. Who are not born yet are they?

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When the Prophet is talking? Is any of the Tubby Allah alive? No, technically No.

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Technically No.

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Double dobbyn Far from it. But the prophet is telling us they are the best people.

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And amazingly, the spread of Islam happened within a century because Allah promised in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala promised in the Quran

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in surah Noor verse number 55 I will do Billahi min ash shaytaan the regime

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Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem. What are the lava la Vina Armando min Km wammy la sala heart, la Stockley funda home Phil camasta la la Vina min Pamela him. It is a promise of a lot to those who believe among you. And they do righteous deeds that Allah will grant you succession in the land. You will overpower the land, you will become powerful you will become leaders in the land that is totally fundamental.

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Until it's very specific, those of you who believe and do righteous deeds, you will be given the land. We did a century of the prophets that Somalia solemn.

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Three generations had taken the land, land stretching as far as northern France.

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On the one hand, and on the other hand, Northern China. You know, if you took a flight today from northern China to France, you know how long it would take.

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You know how long it would take

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let alone walk.

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Us harbor rhassoul

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traveled for years dobbyn traveled for years, Tabata been traveled for years, they gave their lives in the part of a loss of honor. And the flags of Islam were to be seen in northern France

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and southern sorry, Northern China, on the other hand, on the other hand, and in the south at the same time

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in India

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in the subcontinent in a place called finda Mohammed bin Qasim who was alive at the time of Tavi Mohammed bin Carson was alive within the third generation you know when the last hubby passed away, go on surprise me to the brothers

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who is going to tell me the name of the last hobby

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and the date he died?

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Yes, please.

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Yes please.

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Mashallah, I have to hug you man but not now. I will continue, Masha Allah, may Allah bless you. Okay. Did anyone else know this answer?

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Now, this is a state and this is exactly why I'm doing this lecture today. So you realize how far behind we are on

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knowing our true heroes? Right? If I was to ask you right now, who is Cristiano Who?

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Nakamura, Pura, Nazca, Saatchi Pereira Mottola, la

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Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo, right?

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Of capoeira Shakira Sonic Alka Mesoamerica dang it.

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Garcia que la cabeza.

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Who's his girlfriend? Huh? How old is he kidnet goal is the score key and how much money he earns how much is he worth wood which team is playing for your salary details declining?

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Tell me honestly, how many of you know this information? Tell me honestly. Put your hands up a muslin a

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Right. Many of you have been awarded a job on India. Unfortunately not many people UK Allah cannabic Africa hobby would be non grata

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or rokkaku. Cuba three

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about to fail, Amir bin Wasilla,

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Abu tofail Ahmed, Hassan Abu al Ahmed bin vasila

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and he died in 110 310 Hijri exactly 99 years after the prophets Del Sol a lot so

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there are other opinions 105 107 but the most accurate opinion is that he was he passed away 110

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and they will tavini live

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many of them died in this era WWE so by the time WWE in the generation of telecabine was finished.

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The conquest of Islam had stopped because Allah had promised the best generation this taking of the land

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was taking on the land and what happened once they took the land did they exploit the raw people did they push the Jews and the Christians around? Did the torture them

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destroy article w Kj muscle man before you employ

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should that person comment or one period of Arnica is Li B you are clearly and most women will come in a bottle Mata Islam Gita ricotta, study the history of your predecessors. They were Epitome they were an epitome of justice or Logan insaf

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Fernando axon carvaka soft cables from

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the established justice in the land, wherever they went, they gave peace to people. The Jews survived for 1000 years because the Muslims protected them

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first in London

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and once they were kicked out of Al Andalus, then in the Ottoman lands, even in the Middle East when the up to governing. There was a huge flourishing population of Jews in Yemen, in Morocco, in fact, throughout North Africa, from Morocco to Egypt,

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flourishing Jewish populations and in Europe, the Jews were being persecuted.

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They were being pushed around there were times when they were completely wiped out from countries.

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In the 13th century, King Edward the first

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masala dramas, aka

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Brit, have you seen Braveheart

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was Mojo King was an ad with a long chat ad with the first he drove the entire population of Jews out of England.

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And same happened in France, Philip,

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he drove out the entire population of us. The Jews were heavily persecuted when they were prime ministers, ministers, points, scholars, you know, the best scholarship Jews ever produced? You know where it was? Do you have any idea brothers?

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It was under the protection of Islam, first in Spain than in the Middle East. The second Moses in Jewish history.

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There is only one Moses in Jewish history, right? musala salam, yes. And they call a man second Moses. So important is this man for Jewish history. They call in second Moses. His name is Mustafa bin mamoon. Also known as my maladies. He was born in Spain, he wrote in the Arabic language,

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although he was persecuted in Spain later on by a group that was very extreme in its approach towards non Muslims. But where did he find refuge he found refuge with other Muslims

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in Egypt.

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In fact, he was the physician of the brother of Sultan Saladino up in Egypt. When he left Spain because of persecution. He came to Egypt and he became a private physician to the brother of bouncer, Latina UB

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if I'm not mistaken, Malika love them.

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how was all this perceived?

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when Christians and Jews were testifying to the fact that Muslims

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are the best thing that happened to them?

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You know, they were Christians in Syria and Egypt.

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They were praying that Muslims come and occupy the lands.

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Why? Because of the character, the uprightness.

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And when Muslim had taken the lands, they prayed that Muslims stay in those lands.

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Why? Because of the characters or the people and there is an incident. When our weather with giraffe one of the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam he took the city of Damascus from the Christians, because this was Byzantine territory below the Sham, the land of a sham and it is this land the province of Muslim prayed for Allahumma barik Aloma botica fish Amina Allahumma barik Lana fish Amina Allahumma barik Lana fish Amina and someone else Yara sola lhaviyani na, and he's a vo Marina. And then someone asked him about nudge

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East Iraq, and the professors have refused to pray. In fact, he said that's where the horns of shaytan will rise

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and will law he when you study the history of Islam carefully, you will see every single Fitton. Every single deviant Sect has its roots in the land of Iraq.

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Mattila podria javeria Jamia and you know Maria and all the other sects, we could talk about shear.

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The roots are in Iraq.

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So the point is the sort of lessons from prayed for this land for a reason

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La vida klonowski Sharmila okay. And in this land

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when the Muslims arrived there for the first time, the Byzantine Christians who occupied this land what is below the Sham below the Sham is currently Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine. Collectively these four countries at the time of the Prophet they were called Bella Sham is that clay. And when Muslims arrived at Damascus, the people didn't know who these people are.

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Are Jagger,

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Charsadda kupatana gaggia Kaito said, I'm just giving you an example. You know, those farmers? Have you seen farmers working in the farms? They look scruffy, right? There's dust all over them, you know, and they look like you know, Subhan Allah, they're not, you know, they're not very presentable. Rather, you know, when you are working in farms, you're not very presentable. You don't wear your tuxedo, or, you know, your best suit and to go and go and work in farms. Likewise, when these people, the Sahaba, the companions of the Prophet, they came from the desert into this civilized land of Christians,

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the Roman Empire or the Byzantine Empire, or the Byzantine Empire as some people pronounce it. When the Muslims arrived there, the people of Damascus who were very educated, they used to read the Bible, they had a literary tradition, the Arabs are not known for that. The Arabs are known as wild barbaric, semi civilized or semi semi barbarians. Suddenly these Arabs are paired up to the gates. So when they looked at them, they said, No, no way will these people do justice with us.

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We have to fight.

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they resisted the first time they resisted the Muslims. Are you listening carefully?

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Now, there is something you have to know, the people of Syria, the Christians of Syria, followed a different version of Christianity, to the ruling class did the ruling class the Byzantines, the Greek governing Christians who mainly belonged to Asia Minor, or to the current day, Anatolia, Turkey, or Constantinople? They were Greeks.

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not necessarily ethnically right. So they follow a different version of Christianity. And the people of Syria followed a different version. I am trying to simplify things, so that you understand because of this difference, the the masses in Syria, the population, they disliked the ruling class,

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I can give you what example Can I give you?

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There are many examples. You know, imagine if Allah forbid, Allah, which is a qadiani came to power in Pakistan. Right. That is an example of our qadiani, Pakistan gaid moranbah j, or your population and the Pakistan GI Joe Abadi. Of course they're not qadiani are they? Right? Most of them not qadiani. Right. So it would be a problem for the population, the population wouldn't be happy with it. Likewise, this will happen in Byzantine territory

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in Syria, so the people didn't like the rulers, but at the same time, and the Muslims came from the desert. They looked at the Muslims, and they look scruffy dust all over them. The clothes are funny. The camels are funny, the horses are funny, they look very poor, very downtrodden. And

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naturally, a civilized population living in a civilized city. Naturally, you would be really worried that if these people go into a city, they will rob us. They will rob us of our belongings and our food and everything. So they were worried.

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But they didn't want the Romans either.

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Right. So cut the long story short for tool. Bolden is the book of Imam Al belladati. Where he documents as to what exactly happened. The book is called photocurable Don, and it has been translated into Urdu language and a mumble although he states that

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Muslims forced their way into the city of Damascus from one gate where the people resisted form another gate, one of the bishops who had realized that we can no longer resist this army. He made terms he signed terms with college mindvalley is rather low on so Muslim armies entered the city of Damascus from two different gates and they met in the middle. Now, the dispute was have we taken the city by force or have we taken in by treaty by terms

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so Han

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Water in the Arabic language was taken by Sol, Sol aka sadlier.

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Jabalia and eventually the decision was made that it has been taken by Sol.

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We have taken so we give peace to the people of city, we let them live in peace, and let them have the properties and the churches and all of that.

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And they lived in peace, the Christians. Now when the Muslims had lived with the Christians of the city of Damascus, they had come to know the rulers they knew rulers who looked very scruffy and uncivilized, but in reality, they were a very civilized people, their manners were amazing, absolutely mind blowing. The Christians are shocked that these Arabs those the ones we know as barbarians can behave like this because they were thinking of pre Islamic Arabs. They had not yet yet realized the the fruits of Islam how Islamic change these people.

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So Aveda had explained everything to the Christians, that this is how we will live you will have your churches you worship as you like you read your Bible you go about your business, your religion, we're not going to force you in order to do nothing. live in peace and pay your taxes jizya like the Muslims pays the cut

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and jizya will be taken for your protection. We are charging GCR so that we can protect you and the Christians paid happily

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Iraqis are hierarchal.

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The king who was contemporary to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the king of Byzantines. The Roman king of the Byzantine King was called hierarchies. He mustered an army of 300,000 men. Are you getting bored bordoni already?

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Do you understand what I'm saying? subcommittee? Bosman Marissa. The reason why I'm speaking English is because this is going to enter the international audience as well. Oh, who said 5g say masala voila, my barley from a second.

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So I'm trying I'm speaking in the English language so others internationally can also understand what I'm talking about.

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So Aveda,

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the one of the companions of the Prophet salla salaam had taken the city. So now he Iraqis the Roman Emperor had mustered a giant army, a gigantic army to take back the land of Sham a sham of the land of Syria, Lebanon, Palestine put together all of those lands.

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So when the army came

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heraclius came with his army to fight the Muslims

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to drive them away again into the desert.

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Now there were two options with Abu Zubaydah, Abu Zubaydah and Jarrod,

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one of the closest companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam

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who was the leader at the time. And he was so close to the province of Salaam that people were of the opinion that after Abu Bakar

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for the after Omar, the halifa would be Abu Zubaydah benjarong.

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The halifa would be Abu Zubaydah, there would be no other opinion about that. But about beta Raja lawan. He died in a plague. Later on in the land of a sham I have seen I've seen his grave in Jordan, near the Dead Sea, actually

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available in JIRA. And

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more has been jailed on the Golan are buried very close to each other near the Dead Sea in Jordan, because they died in a play called armoires. Many 1000s of companions of the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam perished in this plague.

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our VEDA had two choices now either to fight a siege battle, stay within the fortress or the castle of Damascus or fight outside.

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And then

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the decision was made, the strategic decision was made that we go outside the city of Damascus, because we are not able to fight such a large army in a siege battle, because they will block our water, our food, and we will starve and we will surrender and there will be no chance and the population will be punished as well.

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So they left the city of Damascus when they were leaving the city of Damascus, Abu Zubaydah and Gerard ordered his Treasurer

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ordered the man who kept the money to return the GCR to the Christians. Are you listening?

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He ordered his Treasurer to return the money to the Christians.

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And the Christians were shocked. They were shocked.

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When do you need the money most?

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When do you need the money most?

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You need the money most in war.

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It is and it could be easily justified, sorry.

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We need the money and if we return we'll give it back to you. He could have said that to them. No, he said no.

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jizya was taken to protect the Christians of Damascus. Abu Zubaydah said we can no longer protect them. We no longer have the ability to protect them. Therefore the money must be returned.

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The Christians cried.

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And they prayed that over law oh god send the Muslims back over law, cause the Muslims to defeat the Byzantine Christians, the Romans, because these Muslims are more just than the Romans. And the Battle of Yarmouk took place. The Battle of Yarmouk long story short, the Muslims 40,000 of them crushed an army of close to 200,000 Romans

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and the Romans left the field never to return to the land of Syria to this day. The Romans have never returned.

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And when the Muslims came back to the city of Damascus for the second time, remember what happened the first time? Do you remember what happened the first time weapon

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they're resistant. This time, no resistance. The Christians of Damascus open the gates welcomed the Muslims as liberators. And they prayed for them. This is by the way, confirmed by a Roman historian who wrote in Greek language, his name is dynasties of tomorrow.

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And this is also mentioned by Claudia who uses one of the students of Mr. Mobile hanifa to lie in his gettable carriage in his book a double crotch. This is the character of Muslims, this is exactly what we

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uphold. This is exactly what we promote. This is the behavior of Muslims. This is the behavior of the followers of the Messenger of Allah Salallahu alaihe salam, those who behave otherwise

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those who believe otherwise

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the love people express for the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam and those who claim that they love the promise of a solemn

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and the love is a strange love.

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Abu Yaga cake emoji opposite the arakata promare

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Are gigabyte the percuma I love you.

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AKA Batman. I mean,

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if someone comes and slaps you, and you go Why did you slap me? Because I love you.

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Kind of love is this. This is not love. Now, this is where I love.

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This is the way I love this is the only way I understand. And then he starts ripping your clothes. We doing man? I love you.

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Okay, and then he starts kicking your car and start burning your car and start smashing your car. What the * are you doing, man? I love you and me singing at the same time. I love you. I love you. I love you. You're gonna think this person is crazy, right? Right. You love the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the way he taught you to love Yes.

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The way his companions loved and they loved him by obey him taking his instruction seriously.

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Yato Colton isn't

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gonna give me an example diet jolanda Karana Sokka pika hoga but now

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will take you a while to understand this by the way.

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Or Ramadan Daria yarmulke Shanna burn em own lava Loki bad karma de la vida en la volley, monkey vodka Rama Rama Rama de arcade Cassano Burke. Burke gilti head of HR a muscle MANOVA right. halakhic Bali Ubud is your context at Lincoln Yami Fado. Right. So if you are forgetting their Muslim The darkin are Muslim MANOVA Bella Chiara or it is Muslims who are doing this to Muslims.

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It is Muslims doing this to Muslims. This means we don't understand the process of Salah we don't even understand our history has

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gone Nokia, Nokia, Nokia or Hamaker man, how do we follow them? First of all, the only way you can know what to do is when you know

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how people have done it in the past. If you don't know about them

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if all you know

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Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldo or Messi, or much in many cases Canada

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is regarded as a nominee. pultec right. The people you really love. I'll tell you who really love

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nakazato who you really love

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just a bar me observa Jonathan

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Fusco ba, ba ba, ba ba,

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ba ba ba ba ma john

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john Decker I'm

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sorry. I'm sorry if you don't like it.

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If you know about other people than the Messenger of Allah then you cannot be a believer not not a true believer.

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Maybe Ravana knows with larger Islamic heritage Okay, how to build a mega Garam aka man, you have a

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clue. You might

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ask me why. Pooja? Why.

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Metadata why

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allegan IV cellulitis alum The Prophet said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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la you know hado boom Hata akuna habla LA. Meanwhile in E, or the E, one na ch

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you will not be believe until I become more beloved to you, then your children, your parents and all of mankind put together. So how can you know more about someone else than the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when you claim to be a Muslim?

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If you don't know when the Prophet was born, what he did how he did, who he taught, what did the companions do afterwards? What did the Imams do? What did our price predecessors do? What did our great generals do? Our heroes?

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You know how nations forget the heroes?

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You know how once you forget your heroes, you will never imitate them? Do you agree? Yes. Once you forget your heroes, you will never imitate them? Yes.

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And how do nations forget their heroes?

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How do nations forget the heroes? They forget the heroes by replacing them with others. Sometimes they do it themselves. Other times others do it for them.

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In your case.

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Others have done it for you.

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Above the heroes now your heroes are Who?

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By the way will you bought the machinery machinery and

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machinery now ladies? All right. So

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your kids

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they have imposed their so called superheroes on your kids. Now your little children? My religious Loki Baqarah I'm talking about people who are religious Muslims practicing Muslims. The kids are watching Lion King.

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Spider Man, Superman. If you're from my generation Pink Panther.

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Right? Yeah. And if you home your grandfather's generation than Mickey Mouse, the old one. Right? These are the things we are showing our children for entertainment.

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So what do we do? What do we do? How do we bring the knowledge of our heroes to our children? Firstly, by learning about them, my talk time is running short. So I'm going to cut my talk you know inshallah very soon so that we can take q&a as well. inshallah I have plenty of time. I know. But I want to talk to you as well. I want to take some questions as well. First of all, we need to know about our predecessors, our heroes, the achievements, and we need to know exact details so that we can explain those details to our future generations. You know, I can go on and on and on about Imams, their sacrifices, the way they memorize information and knowledge so that it can come down to

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you authentically, and then our scientists javabean hayyan and even Haytham Abul Qasim of Dharavi you know the man who invented surgical instruments and ignore hates them his

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theories of optics and and other things for example, okay, job in high yarns chemistry. I can talk about all these things, and Islamic civilization from London to India. I can talk about it Muslim achievements in science and technology and advancement and weaponry. As late as the 18th century Muslims are superior to the west. Muslims are technologically superior to the you know, did you know that? At least? The balance was tilted in the 19th century. Now when you look at the West with this technology

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advancement which is good for them, we cherish it. We appreciate anything good the West has to offer. We are not a biased and prejudiced people in, in a sense that when something good comes to us we rejected No, because we may not like certain people and the ways No, it shouldn't be like that, we should acknowledge virtue, goodness, justice, where it exists, there is justice in western Western countries.

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There is justice in the West.

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There is good education system in the West, there is good National Health Service in the West, there is good organization and infrastructure in the West.

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There is no doubt

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job, you know, people who, continuously all the way cursing the Western nations and Western poor foreign policy and all of that, we should acknowledge good where it exists. Our Hekmatyar little moment.

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Wisdom is the last

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property of a believer, you take it wherever you find it. So there are great things about the West, and we cherish them.

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Like there were great things about the Muslim civilization. But unfortunately, the West

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cannot anymore see the Muslim lands as model lands

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like they did in the past. You know, in the past, for 1000 years, Western scholars were coming to the Muslim lands, taking knowledge on all major sciences and taking it back to their own lands.

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Up to the period called the Renaissance, the 16th century, Western scholars was studying Islamic Muslim works on science and philosophy. They left the religion out because of bias and prejudice. Because the clergy the churchmen, were very strong.

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It would be unimaginable for a Christian Scientist, even if he might have found Islam, to embrace Islam and live in Europe. Europe was a very dangerous place.

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People were being burned alive in Europe for a very long time.

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When you go to Switzerland, and when you go to Norway, Sweden, or been to these places, by the way, when you go to the US or England, you look at these places, and you think these places have been like this for the last 1000 years. No,

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no. In fact, a lot of this money came from colonialism.

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India was rocked dry.

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There was an estimate.

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There was an estimate that $40 trillion

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were taken from India, by the British.

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Victorian England, I would say I would go as far as to say that industrial revolution in Britain and the rest of Europe happened because of colonialism. Because the way they milked colonized lands dry.

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This is also part of Western history, of course. So jump dash, d k.

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d, gamma MANOVA. A, what is hidden from you is the western history even reached in recent history.

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Of course, there are extremist elements within Muslim communities around the world. Of course, there are terrorists there. And it is the Muslims who have been victims more than anyone else. Pakistan has lost hundreds of 1000s of lives

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in this war, between two mad, you know,

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the western political establishments and the extremist terrorist establishments within the Muslim lands, and who's dying, who's paying the price the Muslim masses

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1 million Iraqis were killed, you know, in a very small span of time. So I don't want to get into politics. Let's leave politics. I'll come back to history. So when we start talking about Western civilization, and as history is *,

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it's absolutely *, you will be shocked you will be blown away completely. And once you study your own history, and you think Savonarola and we are the ones being called terrorists and extremists

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when you study the

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Atlantic slave trade, when you study the history of which burning in Europe, or heretic burning in Europe, and colonialism

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People curse Hitler.

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rightly so rightly so definitely, he deserves it. But why is Churchill, a hero?

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Churchill, Winston Churchill who single handedly killed 4 million people in Bangladesh.

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So all these people have, things are very important for you to know, coming back to my topic. So once we know that our history is great, we have achieved huge things in the past. We have great heroes in our history, who have done great things, scientists, philosophers, you name it. Scholars, points.

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Muslims have achievements in every single field fields, you cannot imagine brothers, what you have lost in this land called Pakistan, you cannot imagine you have completely turned away from your civilization, you have turned your backs on your history and your civilization,

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things that made you great ethically and morally.

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You have abandoned

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within Indian the Indian subcontinent.

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Muslims are reading poetry of half is

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euro, good Istanbul Stein, of Saudi ethical texts, and to Jesus. But since colonialism,

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we have completely changed our ways we have completely abandoned our civilization. And we think there is nothing worthy in it

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is think that because you have been

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conditioned by another. So your heroes have been taken away from you systematically, because others have been given to your children and to you

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and to you.

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So how do we change the situation? We change the situation by learning about our predecessors? Right learning about them. First, it starts with gaining knowledge of our history, studying what happened in London?

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What happened in the Middle East? Who are the you bees? Who are the Americans? Who are the ambassadors? Who are the dynasties that governed the Indian subcontinent? Starting from the daily Sultanate period? Coming down to the Mughals? And then how did the decline happened? What caused it? What was the causes of the decline? How can we go back to that greatness, that glory again?

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These things are very important.

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So it starts with gaining knowledge of your civilization and your people. Is that clear? Brothers, right? And once you learn about them, then you contemplate you study. And then you plan for the future, then you plan for the future.

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I have few steps. Few things I want to share today with you a few practical steps to change the situation. The situation of the Muslims, you know, when I was talking about the West,

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that when you land, for example, in London at Heathrow Airport, you're treated like a human being.

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You're not pushed around, no one's asking you for bribes. No one's wronging you No one's being unjust to you, in most cases, right? predominantly, the behavior is very virtuous, right? It's very respectful. But when you come to Muslim lands,

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you airports

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are the first point where you realize you have come to an uncivilized land.

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There is no point of keeping bids, walking around with topis going to the masjid, when the streets are full of crime and corruption

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and bribery.

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There's no point of that when you are checking your rubbish out on the street.

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There's no point of that when you are robbing everyone at first, or at the first opportunity. There's no point of that. We do have a civilizational problem.

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We do have a civilizational crisis. And it's not because of Islam. It's because of lack of Islam and lack of understanding of Islam and lack of understanding of our history because we don't know we don't even know whether we were ever civilized. What you have seen is lower traffic.

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You know Subhan Allah,

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How is it possible for the Muslims to be more dirty

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than others? How is it possible

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hamara maga safai

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tidiness cleanse

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This is part of our Eman

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How can a Muslim be dirty?

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How can a Muslim

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and apparently this Muslim you know he looks like a Muslim he's got the look.

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Toby daddy corporate savoir you know, come on Yo yo yo Mara regional labasa

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How is it possible? karate aluminum kiss

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the soft Nikita there is a problem

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or algebra London Jai Paris Jang

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Shakira safarov

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is a rare Muslim opposite Rusafa again.

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He throws at them, while the other children give Dharma

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was either honest and they're not trustworthy.

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Tigger COVID

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kadaga and Guardian, economic Elgon.

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So how do we fix this? I have a few points very quickly, I want to share with you. We need to work on our education system. Number one point number one, we need to get active and work on our education system, how they operate and even examine the Villani ogee.

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Job data living exam Roger, Pakistan man.

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It is a factory producing chicks.

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Your board revamp

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your education institutions in Pakistan are mostly mostly not all of them are poultry farms, poultry farms, let me explain poultry farms how kelda body farming?

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chickens lay eggs, eggs hatch chicks come out

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then they are put through the system. And then these chicks are fed for 3040 days. And then the cycle runs right. Right. And then they get slaughtered and then you own your table served and you eat right. Exactly the same thing is happening. You have education system where you send your children and what's happening. They study. They study what they study subjects they don't like. Archer ma ba ba cotton pro forma decay Kogi

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Kanaka Malaga

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you need to study it study because you need a career right? So the purpose of education has become the stomach not the mind.

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Right? Quran was revealed for the stomach Do you think current *

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Do you think the Quran was revealed to fill your stomachs?

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The Quran was revealed to do what?

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of Allah?

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Allah Takeru avala Taku

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afara young Doru Allahu Akbar Allah Barbera kurama Karissa Soto deko

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observe Kuru contemplate Kuru.

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Alana Eureka.

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Conakry I don't know.

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Your orbit guru.

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Allah has given you life he will feed you.

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This is his promise.

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This is his promise. The purpose of education was not to feed your stomachs although it can be one of the purposes it can be one of the benefits of education no doubt, but that is not the primary purpose of education. The primary purpose of education is to make you thinkers to make you leaders to make you independent.

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As for

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as for your provisions as for your food.

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It is upon Allah subhanaw taala you cannot make more than that has been destined for you.

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As a point said, and I'm not going to say his name in case pathology mera naam Ba

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ba ba ba

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ba ba ba ba ba Mashallah Sardar Punjabi the Reto

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a Punjabi point once said, this is about food and your stomach a Samana they are they punch you awake, that's a key card.

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Now, career risk is a hero and I poke a martini.

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Kodak is in a paka paka paka Moravec in. Banda occur the risk is a euro bond a bouquet

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and this is why the Bible were based upon a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that birds leave in the morning and they never return.

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kitten a Kabuto a your Cheerios, your bizarre name? Your babalon A

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BSc ski MSC scheme

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Yeah, civil engineering q yeah yeah accounting per year Medicare RP math please don't get me wrong please Hello Galileo Paul malvika talaga

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sorrow cara de la liga, right? I'm not saying that. I'm not saying don't study,

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study if you want to study that particular subject and study it with the intention that you are going to enlighten your mind before enlightening your stomach.

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Stomach Enderby og Latina Marathi Jyoti like an SME,

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right? Especially our Cujo. Yaki Baraka, Mashallah. wasa Yaga de

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casa Casper my

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main aim is to do machine raviga time

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So, the purpose of education is to fill your minds brothers many yarber barbasol education hassle key Pakistani college Mira hippie what I studied in college in Pakistan My time is running out

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or we're barbasol to education I believe was completely wasted.

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Now I am a Ba ba ba ba ba from many FSC yasuki

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political but nominee karateka mataro jeton for iamcp jeton four Did anyone study there I am CBG and Varsha do

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many of the FSC wants to key

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I cannot remember a word of my chemistry book. Yeah no we are there we are at Mr. h2 so for cosca formula

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sulfuric acid HCl hydrochloric acid h2o

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lanco Bookshare received a few ganando to the DFA board last time

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so my mind was towards that stuff. It can I find pro science pro science pro I mean no problem. Those who like science study science please do.

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So I don't remember anything. They can I remember everything I studied out of interest.

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Mooji apne pally do three Jamaat cake lazada

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boo boo kabocha cada kitchari pita pani guttata. Gani, Mira, serrana, Belleville. kabocha. I still remember that because I'm a lucky man.

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So why do I remember that?

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So many education system I failed Korea hum hum Jambo factory workers produce Kentucky leaders produce cannelini ablon hum low mckeeva Maki marree hamamatsucho gasometer curricula Matata. matsqui yo Yakama Ducati oramo z busselton hum forward thinking independent leadership on a log Nia unfortunately kyuki HMI system in the Agha hamara sluggishly lockdown was Rania education system will change.

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And this is another lecture in itself how to how to do that that's another lecture in itself. But at least think that way and it will happen.

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Another point I want to make very quickly, active participation in the politics of the country.

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McCoy Tamasha could show that there is no good representation of religion and people think religion is useless.

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People think religion is useless, because the people who are representing religion are not the right people. And those who are the right people don't come forward.

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Afghani Pakistan uppermill togher Gina are a bioactive naughty, have come into Burma.

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Chuck opara

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namazi Bernier lucky Kasam by the by Allah my heart, I get so happy when I see people walking on the streets of Islam bothered. In the evening, your uncles and Auntie's going for walks, people going on trail five you know everyone's happy everyone's you know this peace and tranquility

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Do we have in this country? You know, may Allah subhanaw taala send millions of you know mercies upon Gina and Iqbal and people who supported them. I mean,

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our own local struggle now 32 Hello marriage at a

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look at next. neighborhood medical next door Chiara Mazel Manasa

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just look what's happening then.

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Others yellow politically active now Gina

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even a Google Amazon even though he was wrong, he was of the view that we should have united India. And obviously you're not in agree. Not because you now wanted to divide India it's because realistically, Muslims are governed India for nearly seven to eight centuries. And because they governed they had their own order and under that order, the Hindus, the Sikhs and the Muslims, and the Christians and all other religious cook coexisted. But the moment the Hindus came to power, whenever they gained the upper hand politically, they started to impose restrictions on the Muslims

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to an extent when Daly was captured by the British in 1803,

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when the British defeated the Murat house, and in Delhi shafter Aziz Rahmatullah the son of Sharia law was still alive. People came to him, he said, You know what, these people are better than the ones we had the bharatas because they were extremely anti Islam and anti muslim.

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Looking at the history of India,

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the founding fathers of Pakistan, they knew exactly what they're doing. make no mistakes. IQ balls dream was true.

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General struggle was true.

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Pakistan was necessary. And it was made in the name of Islam. And you can never truly make Pakistan a truly Islamic country until you get involved in politics. And I don't mean become

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a kingpin politicians can Omnibus Chairman

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Kim kincannon

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no legal

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calendula with a

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lightning machine muchas de

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la hawla wala quwata illa Allah.

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Anyway, the point I'm making is, I'm not asking you to become people like that. What's going to happen to bureaucracy? What's going to happen to administration of this country?

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When you go to CDA

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you know, you start

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cursing them, you start swearing and then you start shouting at them. You know what I'm talking about, right? Right. Corruption dictate aka Did you ever do yada yada Kasam okay, right. Right.

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You know why? Because you are standing at the shore and you're counting waves you're not diving in.

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If they're not doing it, you replace them. RPG education aapko poultry farms amenorrhea education Movado time. Launch yourselves in bureaucracy launch yourself in administration go and get the seats I know people I know brothers they have done it and they are successful. And their departments are running amazingly at least corruption Tony yogena at least corruption you upload job now practicing Muslims get their mark you better

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Why are you not taking that? Whoa, Jabra campaigns you like you? jubran clean can calacatta remember that? Remember? Look how popular Egon. Chanukah agenda only Allah knows what his agenda was right? They can opt over the youngsters bukata Jamboree, boo, communist * Tanaka cannon Moscow or read up banners lagertha porous Lombard may want your party to

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a perimeter.

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The NPD a four party z, there was a young guy, and he had a guitar as well always singing I mean, so what's wrong with you? Why don't you come forward? Get involved, get into leadership not to lead not to drive around in a Mercedes and fly around in private jets not for that. Not for that life is very short. And if you will not serve a law properly, then what will happen to you is what's happening right now to you to people who came before these guys. Look what's happening, a brokerage on money. What good are these billions?

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What good is doing all this money?

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So the point is get involved in politics think like that plan

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and it will happen. It will happen. If If good people are not running the administration of this country. Then put the good people forward.

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Come forward

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igert a pothead. yamaki st Noemi

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la ilaha illa Allah

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of egg Jamaat Korea or robbery mom Queenie

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or sorry dragon Buddha crane or Surah Fatiha sub Katya

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or kopenhagen era mama Carneglia

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Jamaat is confused right. So try to put yourself forward to lead to serve to lead to serve not to enjoy the privileges number three point our mentioned to education and politics number three point very quickly I'm finishing right now okay number three point is social work Social Work

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your liberals money or take it our human rights gay Pakistan and we know that what the agenda is our focus is neurocare

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religious practicing

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population or the segment of the society who is stopping you from going and feeding the poor people on the streets and actually making a big deal out of it. actually putting it out on social media so people can see your work to hear religion vallelonga job kebajikan SATA re pata yasumoto jelajah of LA County

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barberia liberal lo que pasa tiempo LA

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to score brownie points.

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You Nakia Abner, have you noticed? Have you noticed? Every time something like this happens, these Mujahideen or these anti you know, people who don't like Islam, they end up in places and what is the agenda to link the crime to Islam or to the Muslim culture? Is that true? Am I exaggerating? Why is this happening? Because you have left that vacuum? You're not filling the gaps. You are not there

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mortara Mikasa quwata Where were you?

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Where are you

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mother Jada Ganga

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live it

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so the point is brothers When will we wake up? How many children

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have to complain Grafton Jacqui rocky Bharatiya dvv Barbara liberals Aki, indirectly Islam Pamela curtaining eslami dar Carmela kurata Yeah, you know Joby is happening because we are not active we don't show how strong we are. So social work is very important. And kindness. Remember this principle? Repeat after me kindness will never die.

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Kindness will never die. Easily Allah tala barber karamay hokum Darien utimaco Kanaka la

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masa keen.

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He co founded Quran. Allah gonna be civilized Salam barabar

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Allahu Akbar abajo Tara,

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Allah Muslim or Muslim. La is limo voila, use limo. Mankind hija de carne aloha God, your principles liberals up unagi

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bukom Gary Amara principales en la mancora fi hijo de cada loevy hija de jure open a bikey mother's carnia musi but may Allah schemaless garaga man satara Muslim man soccer amo yom Okayama, just a Muslim by Banco de Allah two cameras canon damping Allah Maria Marie principles in

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Abu kunia prahran

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pulga Pakistan de PUE Javan practicing Muslims should go out and take initiatives internationally.

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Joe ucom solo guerrilla Korean aka Greenpeace or campaigning for tigers, campaigning for hippos and campaigning for endangered endangered species and forestation and deforestation and all of these things or environmental issues or other disease in other lands or whatever

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hamara ethno potential Americans kidney educated Logan Pakistan make we can single handedly this country can take care of the planet on humanitarian front.

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Vision is the problem, social work, think like that. Initiate you know work like that and allow it open your doors.

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Another point I wanted to mention was cooperation, cooperation. cooperation is the heart to our little bit what taqwa Allah Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Allah in the Quran that Do you know work with each other for

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Good, and do not work with each other and oppression. don't support each other in zone and oppression, but work each other with in good. So if you can work with other Muslims

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and good always do them have a vision.

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Tao is very, very important. It's very important. Think Big, think global. You know when you will think big I love it opened the doors for you and Allah will make you do big. It all starts with thinking at all starts with the most people cannot make progress in life in whatever field they want to make progress it is because they don't think big

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is because the thinking small. So it is very important for you to think big. And finally,

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I want to make sure that you understand my message. I talked about our great predecessors, our great achievers of the past our great civilization. There are books you can read on that there are tons of books written on what Muslims are done in terms of and you know, the greatest achievement of Muslims are not was not science and technology and all that. A lot of people like to put a lot of stress on that. get hung up on a board buddies scientific community created at a board parameter philosopher came the greatest achievement of Islam historically speaking was ethics,

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morals, great characters. That was the greatest achievement of Islam or the a flock

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compassion, Justice these are the greatest achievements of Islam not technology banks power of powerhouses No no.

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A login abhi Salah lawless alum on kr nega subsea Bella, Bella masakadza, we're in the gala Allah.

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Allah gonna be of La Liga, Mr. La, la karnala coochie rasulillah Hashanah, Allah olaniyan quick, primarily was wabanaki major, how he smiled, how you walked, how he taught, how he behaved.

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It's all there. We just need to take it seriously. And really to think, in our own times, are times have needs we need to think in our own times and apply Islam and Islamic solutions in our times. And I've given you some of the tips I talked about. Hopefully if we work on these things, I am very sure that

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are secure situation will change inshallah. I hope you learned something from me and I learned a lot from you, Mel except from us. melas pantalla enable you to act upon whatever I said correctly. And May Allah forgive me for all the mistakes I have made. Please forgive me if I offended you over money.

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la la la or inshallah tala weighs in the Ganga Zahra Giamatti, Pele ohana Gulati asthmatic Assad or sukoon Kasab thank you so much 100 reliable and I mean, do we have time for q&a?

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Okay, quick questions anchor points clear cannatech which

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we have five minutes is who's speaking next

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time for that.

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So anyone who wants to ask questions, inshallah, you're more than welcome Otherwise, we'll end now this Yes, please.

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There's a good book called Lost Islamic history

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is by a man called Qatif Eros. You can easily find it in any of these Lombard bookshops. So that's a good point to start, okay. And if you want to study the history of the Prophet, sealed nectar, and if you want to study the history of the Canaanites after the Prophet, a very short book, a very concise and a very powerful

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book is full of theory by a man so UT it has been translated into English and Urdu. So these are the the books to start with. These are short books, these are introductions these are not detailed books. Once you get into these sources you will find a lot more inshallah. So, if you want to study the history of Islamic civilization and what it is a good start is

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feras katiba

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last Islamic history

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and inshallah I'm working on a book myself hopefully in the coming months or maybe within a year and then the book will be published by myself in Sharla with similar information which I put in front of you today, and you can get hold of that as well inshallah when it comes out anyone else?

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Okay, thank you so much. So panic Allahu Allah subhanaw taala will be handed a shell of lai lai la noche de la la la la la la barakato

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