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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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Allah, Allah Allah La Jolla,

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in the Malaya in the law, ye nama Anima zero movie. I welcome him.

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Allah Allah Kalki taba youth la de in the fee, Daddy matomo vichara New Moon sakala, Santa Coloma.

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Mr. Chairman, my dear brothers and sisters, the subject is Al Quran, a miracle of miracles.

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I have read a verse from the Holy Quran. As we proceed, I will explain the verse and what Allah, Allah says about this subject of miracles. But let me explain to you

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what a miracle is.

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What is the miracle emoji?

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A miracle is an impossibility,

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something beyond human endeavor, human effort.

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For example,

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one of us

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while this meeting is carrying on, he falls unconscious, in the expires,

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the doctor is called up, and the doctor certifies that the person is dead.

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Another doctor is brought out to give his opinion and he also certifies that the man is dead.

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Take the body away, prepare for barrier.

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That they comes along a man of God sees this dead person dead body. And he says he commands Bismillah

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wake up, get up in the name of Allah, and the person gets up alive. And well. We say it's a miracle, because it was an impossibility certified by two doctors, and yet the person has come back to life.

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But suppose the man was dead for three days put in a machete in the morgue.

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And after three days, somebody comes along, the man is gone as hard as rock. And she shouts at the cops will Bismillah arise in the name of Allah and the men comes back from the dead from the mortuary from the morgue. We say that is a greater miracle, because it's a greater impossibility.

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But after the person is dead and buried, his bones have rotted in the grave.

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And somebody cries whom Bismillah and the person gets out of the grave. Li breathing Well, we say that is still a greater miracle. So greater the impossibility, the greater the miracle.

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I hope this definition, you know is simple enough for everybody to grasp.

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Now in that sense,

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the Quran is a miracle of eloquence. In the first instance, you see nations before Islam,

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were sent prophets and mankind had a tendency to demand proof by some supernatural acts,

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has a masala salam, the Holy Prophet Moses, he was given a type of miracle which was akin to magic.

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He was among the magicians in in Egypt. So he had to contend with these magicians. And Allah gave him a miracle to confirm these magicians

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around thinking that masala Salaam was another magician. He brought forth his own magicians to play the part.

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And the magician the Egyptian magicians. They have little little magic sticks of magic ones and they threw them on the ground and all these little sticks became little little snakes serpents

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Allah, Allah had already given her masala Salaam and experience with his rod on the Mount. La he knew what he was to do. So he threw his rod and the rod turned into a serpent

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This serpent swallowed up all the little snakes of the Egyptians.

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And Heather musallam picked up the serpent, and it turned back once more in Iran.

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And the Egyptian magicians they realized that this is no magic. This is not hypnotism. This is not mesmerism

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because to hypnotize a person, you pass the spell. You make the person to see what is really not the it's an illusion is created the sticks, you can make it appear like snakes,

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by casting a spell, but here, all the little sticks had vanished to the mesmerize, it would have been to make this snakes aprs ticks. No, no, no. But these ticks had vanished into the serpent and the serpent was a rod and the rod was no thicker than where it was before a greater miracle.

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The Egyptian magicians, they confessed that this is no magic. This is something beyond it was a miracle, real mod miracle not magic.

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So Allah gives miracles according to the mentality, the needs of the people.

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People with magical minds, they were confounded with magic superior magic. real magic has an ISA Islam Jesus Christ. When he appears on the scene, he comes among a people who were steeped in Greek medicine.

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They were performing many wonders with medicine. So Allah gives in healing powers, healing those born blind,

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a person who goes blind by shock or by some damage, infection is quite a different thing for one who is born blind. And Allah, Allah gave him those powers of healing those who are born blind and the lepers and he gave life back to the dead, revive the dead Bismillah

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type of miracle to convince the people

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our nebia Karim sallallahu Sallam he comes among the people

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who are boasting about the language. The language was the most

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their eloquence their poetry, they said we are an eloquent people, we are the Arabs, and the rest of the world is dumb. Compared to us, they boasted

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they would ask, this is you in your language, you ask me?

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How many words have you got for a horse in your language synonyms for a horse?

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Maybe half a dozen. He said you see we can use 100

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in our language, this is how many words synonyms you have for a sword. Oh, anybody would say half a dozen. He said you see in my language I can give you 100. So you see, we are the eloquent people and you people are all dumb.

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So among such people when he comes along, the greatest miracle that he gave was the Quran, that the language of the Quran in the first instance was meeting the people

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and they realized people with sense that this is not poetry. This is not prose. This is something beyond our understanding, and people accepted the fake.

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But let me tell you what, a non Muslim,

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non Muslims, they have to say about the Quran and its eloquence. AJ arbury, an Englishman, who translated the Holy Quran into English. In his preface, he says,

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whenever I hear the Quran chanted is a foreigner.

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He had just learned Arabic. Arabic is not his mother tongue. And he says, whenever I hear the Quran chanted, meaning beautifully recited, it is as though I'm listening to music.

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Underneath the flowing melody that is sounding all the time, the insistent beat of a drum. It is like the beating of my heart. You can't help vibrating on the wavelength of the Quran.

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Then Reverend Bosworth Smith, a Christian missionary.

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He wrote a book on Muhammad and mohammedanism.

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In this book, he says about a wannabe Karim Salah, and the Holy Quran is illiterate himself. Me, scarcely able to read or write. He was yet the author of a book, which we do not agree that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was not the author of the book. He says, according to his belief, understanding that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is the author of this book, he is yet the author of a book, which is a poem a code of laws, a Book of Common prayers, and a Bible all in one

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and is a reverence

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To this day, by a sixth of the whole human race as a miracle,

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as a miracle, of purity, of style, of wisdom and of truth, it is the one miracle claimed by Muhammad, his standing miracle he call it a miracle. Indeed, it is without doubt it is.

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An enemy testifies that this is a miracle indeed. And Allah draws our attention this in the directory from the Holy Quran from Surah Anka booth, Chapter 20 9am. Coming to

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Allah says waka Lu, and they say who the missions they say, la la la la la comunidad de So why is not assign a miracle images are given to him by his Lord.

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This is a demand. They had heard about the miracles of Moses, they had heard about the miracles of Jesus. Now they want some similar performance from the prophet of Islam.

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Like, for example, they were asking Mohammed

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they were trying to humor him. They were trying to make a mockery of him. He said, Look, Mohamed, you say you're a prophet of God. Why didn't you perform some miracles? Like the prophets of all, like this aha mount outside Makkah, why don't you turn it into gold, when we will know that you are a true man of God, or put up a ladder up into heaven.

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Go up that ladder and bring a book down. Then we will believe that you are a true messenger of God or make rivers to gush out in the desert. Then we will know that you are somebody that we can Harken to

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makalu ndsa Lola in vilella, Tamara B.

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In answer to that Allah makes him to say

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hello, in Malaya in the law, almost certainly signs miracles are in the hands of my lord is in the hands of Allah.

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In nama zero mubin I am only a one clear cut straightforward, plain simple. Warner.

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Our lamb.

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Is this not enough for you? Our lamb yet for him? And Allah Allah Kalki taba you play him. So is this not enough for them? That you rehearse to them that you read to them a Book which We have revealed to you, oh, Muhammad,

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this book we have revealed to you, Mohamad. Is that not enough for them? To you?

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A person who doesn't know how to read or write,

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you are rehearsing this book to them is that not enough in itself, and it should be a miracle.

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You know, this human child, this little child, Muhammad, he grew up, he grew up in front of your eyes, and up to the age of 40. He was like your own child. You know, every move he made, every things that he did you know, everything about him. And this man who hadn't had no schooling, now he's coming along and rehearsing the book to them, is that not enough as a miracle?

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The book itself, Allah says, is a miracle.

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And a miracle, indeed, it is.

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A miracle. In the first instance, we Muslims, we believe that this book is Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah revealed it to the Holy Prophet Mohammed, Salah, Salah,

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the enemies of Islam, they agree that this is the book that Muhammad left friends and for ally, they say this is the book that Muhammad left. But they say that this is not Alaska. This is Muhammad cleverness, very clever man.

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So he say, Look, he wasn't

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an A learned person said yes. But wasn't he a very clever man? Wasn't he a great speaker? Wasn't he a great thinker?

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We would have to agree that he was

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he was exceptionally good. In all these qualities, there is a look, why would he not have rehashed into a beautiful language what you heard from his environment and dished it off as revelation? It's his handiwork.

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Allah testifies against that. He says, When my anticolonial Hawa is he does not speak from his own desire in Hawaii.

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It is no less than an inspiration sent down to him. A llama who Shadi gurukula, is taught by one mighty in power.

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We believe that this is Allah, Allah, Allah testifies and we testify. But the outside he says no

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This is Mohammed handy.

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So I am telling you, my brothers and sisters, let us for a moment agree with the skeptic with the cynic with the critic. Let's agree with him and admit that this is Muhammad's book that he is the author though we know he is not so sad. All right. So you say this is Mohammed's production?

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He says yes. So now I want you to agree with me

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that this is a one man job. One man effort if he did it, this is Mohammed's own handiwork.

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So Well, there's no hesitation in accepting that, that this is his handiwork. Right. In that case, I said, Now I present to you this book, in his material magnitude in its size. This is one man job, you have here. Another job which you claim to be Alaska, the Bible.

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This Bible

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consists of the Old Testament, which is actually the book of the Jews, and the New Testament, old and new put together, the Christians have inherited it, old and new, put together. In this encyclopedia called the Bible. There are 66 books inside what we might call sutras. In the Quran, we have 114 Sutras, they have 66 books, big and small.

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But these 66 books are authored by 40 different persons.

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This is what they tell us. 40 different people, their writings lying around manuscript form, whatever form that they got them together into one book, to different people wrote when together to produce this one book.

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This is a one man production, if at all.

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Out of those 40 different authors of the Bible. The greatest writer, the most voluminous writer of all, is a person called St. Paul, the real founder of Christianity, St. Paul.

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This St. Paul wrote more than 50% of the books of the New Testament.

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There are 27 books in the New Testament, out of the 27, Paul wrote 14 more than 50%. But those 14 books put together.

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They don't consist more than this, what I'm showing not more than this, 14 put together.

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The greatest writer, the most learner writer, that's 14 books. This is one man jaw

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on the physical magnitude of it, we say it's unlimited. And this book, The Quran, is not talking anything, everything filling up is a filler. No, no, no, it's a very, very concentrated stuff, guiding mankind into all aspects of life, solving all his problems for eternity, William will piano

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So, Allah says, Is this not enough for you?

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that this book is we have given to this man and

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then the contents of the book, you see in this book, The Quran,

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some of these things I'm demonstrating to you, the subject is so vast, voila, it will take a number of parts to deal with the whole subject. And I do not want to hold you people up here till midnight or till early morning, I can just on this subject alone, I can keep you all here till one o'clock two o'clock in the morning. But I do not think it's fair to just to you or to me to do such a thing. So I will have to curtail a lot of things because I as the layman, I can give you a dozen different miracles in the Quran. The learned man pass he can give you 100 miraculous nature of the Quran I myself as a lay man, I can give you a desert

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which we will not be able to touch tonight but I give you a few. Number one.

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The concept of Allah tala.

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You see, we know Allah by His attributes.

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And Allah gives us His attributes in his book, we do not have to create these attributes. We have not to concoct them as to what Allah is.

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So he tells us what he is. He's a rough man. He's running his alma Lake, his dues. He's a Salam. He's I mean, his alma Haman. Hillel Aziz is Al Jabbar, his alma mater, Kappa and on and on and on.

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He gives us Allah gives us in his book 99 beautiful attributes

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like a necklace of pearls 99 attributes with a crowning glory Allah, a big pendant Allah proper noun, Allah 99 attributes and one proper name, Allah makes it 100.

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And I'm asking literate people, doctors,

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lawyers, philosophers, when I meet them, I say, look, tell me now,

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I would like to know from you, how many attributes Can you imagine

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that you can attribute to God? How many can track track?

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So this is where he is the father in heaven? Yes.

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He is. God is love. Yes. Tell us whatever. Come on. He's just as he is His Holiness. Yes. He is merciful. So yes, come on, come on, come on, you know, the cleverest of us.

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The cleverness of mankind, the most learned of us, he can go beyond a desert.

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He can't imagine, with all his learning more than a dozen attributes, from his knowledge, he can't.

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I said, you see, this me if he did this work he gives you 99

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is when you see, Muhammad was a genius.

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And a genius can do 10 times better than us. He admits he's a genius. Still, it is not a last column.

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The genius can do 10 times better than what I can. I can see that I take off my head to Muhammad, he is great. But he is no prophet.

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He is not a man sent by God. I said, All right. All right. But now look,

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in the names that you mentioned.

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In the first six, the first one was the Father in heaven.

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But let's say in a number of tries, in the first half a dozen, you can't help using the word father.

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This abana to our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom, our Father, the loving Father in heaven.

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The first half a dozen You must come out with the word father

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said yes, anybody if you try the father, his day is dangling before everybody because the Christians have made it famous. The Jews were calling him the Father in heaven. And the Christians call him the Father in heaven.

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The Communist this word Father, I said you know what? in the list of 99 this word father is not there.

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That is a miracle. See, the miracle is that the thing that is being dangled before him for 23 years people are talking about the Father in heaven the Father in heaven easiest to take. He doesn't take it he doesn't catch it.

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either consciously or unconsciously we know it's not his word is Allah tala is making not to use the word

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in Arabic is easier than rubber, is Al hamdu. lillahi Rabbil. aalameen is the Lord cherish the Sustainer of the woods, his rubber, rubber. And rubber is harder than Abba. In Hebrew as well as in Arabic.

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is a beautiful expression.

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The Father in Heaven is a beautiful expression. Why wouldn't Muhammad have it? Why would Allah allow it?

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You know why?

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Because this would this name, this attribute beautiful attribute has been abused.

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It's a beautiful attribute. Words have a tendency to change the meanings. Good words, beautiful words, innocent words, like the word commerce aid. You see this word comma is like a sahab. My friend, my companion companion means in French person who break bread together that we eat together. Here's my companion.

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companion Spanish is bread. When we break bread together. We're like one brotherhood. Beautiful word. companion. Comrade. Beautiful.

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But you know, in the United States, if you address me as comrade deedat

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you know, the CIA or the FBI? will have you checked up straight away. They'll take me away, you know to find out what are my philosophies? What am I preaching about? You know that.

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I hope you don't use such a word on me. Look, the word is beautiful. Look at the dictionary. dictionary meaning is innocent. Good, but it has other associations in people's mind.

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associated with communism.

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Yesterday we won't use it.

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There are other words

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like,

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gay, gay, why? Gay

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beautiful word. See when I was going to school and as a young boy, I was teaching us poetry, poetry, English poetry.

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I still remember, I'm 70 years and four days old now. I still remember

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it says gentle lords and ladies gay on the mountain Dawn's the day.

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Gentle lords and ladies gay on the mountain Dawn's the day, beautiful word, you know, happy and gay says Happy and gay is a jovial person. Ladies, Gentlemen, and men, men and women always though they are very, very happy people happy and gay, jolly people, jovial people.

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But it has acquired other connotations. Now,

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as I was growing up and reading the newspapers, and I read this word gain there, and it creates some fishy smell. And I don't know what they're talking about. g. g, is not the gay that I learned at school. There are something fishy about it.

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I didn't catch it for a long time. I couldn't catch it. You know, whenever the word gay occurred in the newspapers, I couldn't catch such a beautiful word. What is this what they're talking about? It smells

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but what the smell is about because I was using it gay. I would say I'm happy and gay. today. If you say that our chairman is happy and gay.

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Innocent word, beautiful word, but has it has acquired other connotations.

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Allah says in the Quran,

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Allah Taku Baku, zona, it was the Jews were using this word, innocent word is a look at us pay attention to us. But they had other meanings attached treated the back of the mind as if they've gone off the track. So Allah says don't use words of ambiguous ambiguous import. See you using the word rhina. But at the back of your mind, you're trying to say something else is are you gone in their own language to say that you are drifting off you know, you've gone off the track. Don't talk like that.

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Don't use words like that. Similarly, words they change the meaning the Father in Heaven is a beautiful word.

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But now it has other connotations.

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In Christian them, they tell us that Jesus is the only begotten Son

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begotten, not made. This is in the Catechism, the Roman Catholics, the Anglicans, the Presbyterians, the Lutherans, Methodists are all in the, in the Catechism, the religious principles that they expound in the churches to their children, they say that Jesus is the only begotten Son, be gotten not may don't make a mistake is not like Adam.

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Adam he was made by God.

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Every doc pig and donkey was made by God. As such Allah is the Creator sustainer evolve his Rabbil aalameen But Jesus is not like that. He was forgotten not made.

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Any words have any meaning? What does it mean? they attribute it to Allah tala the animal nature, the lower animal functions of sex. So Allah reacts very strongly. In surah Maria he says Wakarusa, Ramana Wallah da and they say that are among the merciful God has been gotten a son.

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Allah says,

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ADA is one of the most abominable assertion one can make the will swearing to him given lies this will serve Him.

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This is the worst thing that you can say that Allah we got a son you're attributing to human animal nature, the lower animal functions of sex. So Takada samata fatahna Minh, who edited the skies are ready to burst work on Shaka Urdu and the earth to spirit ascender with a federal job Aloha and the mountains to fall down in utter ruin. undoubtly Rahmani voila, that they should say that are among the most evil god is begotten son.

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The worst swearing you can give in life this

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that is the heavens and feelings like you know, Muslims

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muslimah if the heavens had feeling emotions like you to hear such words being uttered, would have fallen.

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If the earth had feelings like you, it would have split asunder

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And the mountains fallen down in utter rain.

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such horrible swearing.

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Does it move the Muslim? Not at all.

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He's not moving anybody.

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It's an amazing thing in amazing situation. You see the non Arab world, the Muslims or the non Arab World 90% of the Muslim or non Arabs, they don't know Arabic. We have been taught the Quran to read parrot fashion, we read it. Sometimes we read far more beautiful than many Arabs, some of our half isn't

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that we don't understand. So we need these beautiful verses. We don't know what Allah is saying. But the Arab world, more than 100 million of you, you understand what Allah is saying? What is crying about? Me? It doesn't move anybody.

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This is an amazing situation. amazing thing.

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If any of you my brothers, you go home, and your mother tells you this is you know, this guy next door. He was swearing me like this. I won't use the words. You know what the other guy was swearing your mother?

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Or your wife says, you know this guy next door. You know? He was calling me names.

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I'm asking Can you eat? Can you sleep? Now?

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What do you do seven won't break his jaw shut him off for good. And if I'm too weak as I hire again, somebody to do the job and cost me 10,000 dirhams? I'll do the job. Shut him off for good. No. That's about how much you feel for your mother, your sister, your wife, your daughter. And yet we say that we love Allah more than all these things. And yet when they saw him they abused him What happened? Nothing. No reaction. You know why?

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The spirit is gone out of us.

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We are the living dead. The Living Dead beyond the sirata Mr. Kane we are but we are not people. We have we are dead on the right roll.

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The outsider, the enemy. He's on the wrong road but he's alive. He's alive on the wrong road. We are dead on the right road.

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So VX, Allah VX.

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The worst feeling you can give me is this. What are we to do? I said, talk to them. Please.

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Kill them.

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No, no, no, Allison de la siberie Rebecca, in white. All the ways of the Lord with wisdom, well known as Little Hassan at the end with beautiful preaching was awesome and reason with them in the ways that are best and most gracious. And I'll show you some little ways little ways I go to the west. I go to England, about America.

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I talk to them.

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I says you know, English is a foreign language to me, which it is, is a foreign language.

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I acquired this, you know from because they conquered my country and I went to a British colony. So they taught me English I learn English. If the French had conquered my country, I will be speaking French.

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If the Spanish had conquered my Korean speaking Spanish, but you British English speaking people conquered my country. So you taught me to speak English and speak English too. But look, it's a foreign language to me. I want you to help me. With your language. You say you say?

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You say in your catechism, that Jesus is the only begotten son

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be gotten? Not May. I say Will you please explain to me what you are trying to emphasize.

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You are trying to tell me something special.

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See, I can call any young man here my son, my son, and I'm sure you won't mind the child won't mind it. nor will the father and the mother mind it, calling your child my son. But if some person not knowing a relationship wants to know, is he really your son?

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Then, you know, you see this young man I like this little child. He reminds me of my son at home, my grandchild at home. I call him my son.

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And he loves me like a father like a grandfather like an old uncle. So he calls me uncle or he calls me Grandpa, whatever.

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That is relationship. But instead if I said yes, he is my begotten son. You know what I'm saying? What I'm insinuating

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and insinuating as much as the legitimate, he is not his father, son, his mind, I am responsible for his birth.

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The worst thing I can give him is that

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if you knew the meaning, so I just want to know what you're trying to emphasize. That's all what you're trying to tell me. Please explain. And voila, I tell you, you won't come across an English speaking person who will explain to you

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there is no harder blow you can give him than to plead with him. Please

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Explain what are you trying to tell me what you mean when you say bigger than not may? What are you trying to tell me?

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How did it come about? Tell me

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the nearest in all my experience the nearest to an explanation came from an American. See the American is very militant

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place we must give him credit. He is a fighter.

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And a fighter is good material is the best material to deal with.

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Not diplomats, you know, beating around the bush and carrying them carrying food with you and patting you on the back hypocrites. No, no, no.

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That's Heaven, straightforward, in fight an intellectual battle.

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And the American is good for that.

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He's a man.

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So an American I had him, you know, with some people as visitors to the masjid. And I happened to be one of the guides to the largest mosque in the southern hemisphere in my town.

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And while I was guiding him, this subject propped up and I asked him the question this question because I was asking everybody, nobody answered it. I'm asking him this American. I said, What do you mean? This is when you say begotten, not May. Will you please explain? He said, yes, it means sired by God.

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No, no, I don't mean that. But you asked me what it means I'm telling you what it means.

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Now you see why Allah react. Now you see a dx sign is an error term using animal husbandry. You see, they keep pedigrees of horses, and they tell you the father of this horse and the mother was one so and the great grandmother of this horse was sons and the great grandfather was so and so and on and on pedigrees of horses, pedigrees of cows, bulls, the pedigree from where they originated, who was the great grandfather of that bull, where did it come from? The Brahmin bull, it came from India, you know, 100 years ago and from that grandfather, we got this done and on and on. And this is his great great granddad shall

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pedigree they use this term in animal husbandry.

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Sire, this was this cow was sired by certain bull. That's what it means.

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This is actually what it means. Now it is the Judas Anna that term Father is not in the Quran. Beautiful word.

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But it's not there. I said that is a miracle. The 99 names a miracle, but you said look, if you want to discount them discount them. The miracle is that the commonest the most readily available available, the one that has been dangled before him for 23 years. He doesn't catch it. And he makes us to eschew that word, don't use it.

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But here's the rub. rub rub is not

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a

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miracle

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substance of the message.

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Allah says, another example I give you, our limited alesina cover. This is not the unbeliever See, these atheists, these agnostics? The people who deny the existence of God can they see?

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In other words alive expect them to see to be able to see to witness our lamb urine, Xena, cafaro and Assam avati. Well, Karnataka, that the heavens and the earth were joined together as one unit of creation

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for Fatima, and we split the messenger.

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Who is he talking to?

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Who is he addressing coffee, this coffee? The ruins of 1400 years ago?

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What can the poor man Understand?

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pallava did he know about the universe, about the creations of the heavens and the earth? What did he know? He only accepted whatever was said, if this was the last column among NASA dogma we hear and we accept we believe this was a man that they had. They didn't have a grasp. Allah is not reducing those unbelievers of the times of Muhammad, or the unbelievers in the Congo, or among the Eskimos, who might not believe in God, no, no, no, no, no, no. He's talking to the men of science men of learning, who are now expounding to the world, the theory of creation,

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that these astronomers with the mighty telescopes, when they're looking into space, and they analyzing the movements in the heavens, and they're telling you as if they did it, if they are the ones who are making these things, this machine this prop to work,

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this clock of the universe, the way they explained it as if they are doing it.

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Such a person with his great learning. He says that this universe came into being with a big bang billions of years ago

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because he's watching the union

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lesson is noticing that these heavenly bodies are receding from a central place somewhere is all going out in all directions moving away away away.

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Like a balloon, when you blow, it gets bigger and bigger, something like that is happening in the skies in the heavens, these galaxies, that receding from us at a faster and faster speed at a faster and faster speed. And once they reach the speed of

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light, 186,000 miles per second, once they reach that speed, we won't be able to see it anymore. Because the light that is coming from there, it won't be coming anymore, it's going away. So we must discover bigger and better telescopes to see the sights, the wonders, otherwise, we'll miss the bus.

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So they say this universe came into being with the Big Bang.

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The Big Bang Theory, who says that the most learned men of science astronomers

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say really you get this funny ideas from

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this fairy tale, but a big bang. So no, no, no, no, it is not fairy tale. These are facts. demonstratable facts, we can demonstrate it show you what is happening. And from that we can conclude if we had a film and put in reverse gear. So you could see what is happening is all coming back again. With the rays going out the balloon if you can deflate it, you'll see it all coming back to one central point, and there was a big bang.

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When did you discover this? He said yesterday?

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Because 50 years is yesterday in the history of man What is 50 years nothing.

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As an illiterate man in the desert, a person who didn't know how to read or write a person who couldn't sign his own name. He could have couldn't have known this query.

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He says no, never impossible. man doesn't know astronomy. He hasn't got the instruments. He hasn't got a telescope living in the desert

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and among young people, illiterate people.

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And he is now telling you rich men in the desert 1400 years ago,

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Barack

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Obama and he split them a center

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and you bye biologists

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people who study minute life micro platonism.

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The Amoeba he says you know lay origin in the sea water.

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Without this water, no life.

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And they tell us look, we look back in time in space. This is look this is how life originated. There was a time when this earth was a molten mass. Nothing would have survived. Yeah, everything boiling, boiling. And over a period of billions of years. You know, the vapors went up and came down and the vapors went up and came down and start cooling this earth to millions of years. And then started life, germs, plant life and all these things started.

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At one time there was nothing and then it started. Where did life come from? He says from the sea.

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Sudden chemical action, the sun playing its part and life started from a

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When did you find this out? Yesterday? Because 50 years is yesterday in the history of men and illiterate men in the desert. He couldn't have known that when he says no never will listen. So john laminal Michael O'Shea in hi Shanghai and is made from water every living thing

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reviewed and not believe Who?

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Human of science human of learning. You can't hear you atheist. You agnostic. Why can't you believe

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that this is not his handiwork as Allah says Allah McPhee and Nance Allah Allah Calcutta while you play him in the valley, cholera matomo vichara the Camino de science signs,

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blessings and remembrance for the people who believe

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that he might have written this.

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In a verse preceding this was for the aid of surah chapter 29 is

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lahmacun kata Lumina kubla Haman kitabi He said, You will not in the habit of Muhammad, you are not in the habit of reading as if out of a book.

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welaka have to be aminika nor were you able to transcribe it with your right hand is alone. In that case, the stock is a vanity these bubbles in the marketplaces they might have had some reason to doubt

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Muhammad was a learned man

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As you see, he was doing a certain University. And you know, now he's telling you these things, his theories. Yes, they might have some reason to doubt if he had been through that schooling, if they had had some knowledge or understanding of science, learning nothing.

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Allah shows you that he sends you and and only

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profit when people

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amazing.

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He chooses a nation steeped in ignorance, the whole of Arabia

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they will no more than half a dozen people that could read or write in the whole of Arabia. The nation is only to the core

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and he chooses a profit

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to prove to you that this is my work. This is

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Thomas Carlyle describes the people and what the Quran did to them. It says a poor Shepherd people, these Adams, a poor Shepherd people roaming and notice in his deserts in the creation of the world.

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From the time Allah created since then, roaming unnoticed nobody gives you a second look.

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Nobody gave the Arabs a second look.

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There's some interesting people they will be will women the nothing nothing. They won't give you a second look. A liability to anybody who takes you on

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with the

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people who made the stepmothers who made the daughters alive fratricidal laws were little things killing one another.

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cannibals.

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Alexander the Great past you Bye.

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The potions passed you by the Romans passed you by nobody interested in this human rubbish.

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Is it a poor Shepherd people, Thomas Keller says the poor Shepherd people roaming unnoticed in his desert in the creation of the world see, the unnoticed becomes well notable. The small has grown work great.

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Within one century afterwards, within one century afterwards,

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Arabia is that Canada on this hand in a deli on that, glancing in valorant splendor and the light of genius, Arabia shines over a great section of the world. his belief is great life giving the history of a nation becomes fruitful soul elevating great so soon as it believes, is it not? As if a spark had fallen? One Spark, on a world of what seemed like unnoticeable sand, but low the sand proves explosive powder. This is heaven. Hi, from Delhi to Canada. What did it this book of God?

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That shepherds and camel drivers, one of our cousins, a Jew writing a book on medicine. He's having a dig

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at his Arab cousins. A Jew is writing what medicine but he's having his own. He's having ideas. Nobody says he says

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goat herds and camel drivers sitting on the throne of the Caesars. This is what these Arabs goat herds

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and camel drivers sitting on the throne of the seasons. This is a last work. You see not you. You couldn't have done it. Unless you you said look, this is what I can do having a dig. But I said they can be a great attribute and that that fun that goat herd and camel drivers elevate you supreme made you to rule half the known world. This is his book. This is what it did. And it can do the same once more again. It's a book a miracle of miracles.

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Another example in our scene, Chapter 36 verse 36.

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Allah describes about sexes

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in the vegetable kingdom, in the animal kingdom, and of things that we don't know.

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Which are all recent discoveries.

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He says Suhana levy helical as Raja Kula says, glory be to him. Who has created meats of everything, me Moto Metal out of that with the earth produces the vegetable kingdom, woman and forsaken and from among yourselves, the animal kingdom and woman Malala and of things that you do know.

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Mate of everything

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is a recent discovery that even plants flowers have sexes. There are some flowers they have male and female in itself. There are other plants in trees, there are separate sexes, like the date path.

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The main tree is different from

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The female tree

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I'm sure you know that. See, we didn't know that man can didn't know that in the time of the Prophet. They didn't know that.

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Our nebia Kareem sallallahu Sallam in Medina

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he saw

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some Arabs his some of his children, the Arabs, little children. Were taking some flowers from the male tree and they were hitting on the female plant.

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So when they be asked as the people so why are they doing that? So we don't know is it no it says before saw a father's doing it.

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Now this was the explanation for all the

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superstitions, they're worshipping idols and images arise and we found our father's doing that when you do such and such a thing you know, and horrible things. He said, why is that we saw a father's doing that. So Allah says even if your fathers were ignorant fools

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so now it seems that superstition you taking what land and beating onto the other plant it looks like superstition. So stop it.

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The same type of argument which you use for your idols, your idol worship, not using for this study. So they stopped it. And there was a crop failure that year in Medina.

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very meager crop so they came complaining to him, it's like Oh, Mom, look at what you told us to do and look as a result.

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Look at our dates.

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So it'd be a Korean solar cell and he said, he said look, you carry on with the beating of the plant he didn't know I don't know whether he knew that this is a male plant and this is a female plant they have somehow they discovered by accident that sometimes when our children did that and that tree bear fruit in abundance says that it is very good. So very good. They started doing it keeping it going.

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Now they discovered there's no issue don't do that because they didn't know about pollination, that the insects and the bees and the wind was doing the job but it's not as good as you'd be physically bringing them together because the meal plan can come and walk and meet the female plant.

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Same thing The purpose was a papaya beautiful food.

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See I planted I love this fruit. I add one day and very tasty so I took the season I threw in my garden

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and through Papa trees they started papaya started growing. I don't know what you call it. Purpose is it understood why Popeye is a papaya

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started growing and in time they bore fruit, delicious fruit. Very tasty. So I took the seed and I planted again, nothing. And I keep on planting the seeds nothing's happening.

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Then I dried them up in ashes and planted nothing happens. Then different different ways of treating the seed I tried and tried and tried. Nothing happens. And I can understand why what's happening when I threw the thing first and it grew and now nothing is growing out of the seats. The seats look perfect.

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And it took me a long time to discover what when Allah says Subhan Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah ha, me moto moto Urdu, vegetable kingdom. Then I found that the poetry is this papaya. There is a male and a female tree like in the dates. The female tree has big big flowers going around the trunk, the female and the male tree has a small stocks and at the end of it as small small flowers, the bees and the wind does the job of pollination. If there is a male tree around, it will be fertile. If there's no male tree you can have 100 female trees you'll get the fruit but the seeds are all useless worthless you can't plant the seeds you can't have any more poppers once they're old

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and dead gone finishes

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1400 years ago, Allah Allah tala through his homie prophet is telling us

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so behind Allah Xie, Glory between helical as Raja

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Mira miracle of knowledge.

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I think

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I will end with this one last example for this evening. As I say there are endless voila that are endless and illiterate. As a layman like me, I can give you a lesson.

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I give you this book of Allah is a miracle of journalism.

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journalism is a miracle for law of embryology what information it gives you.

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Psychology. Each and every minute of science I said, Go to the book and look at the book, analyze it from your particular form of knowledge that Allah gave me a look at it. It's a miracle from every point of view. Allah

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knows this is a miracle of miracles.

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So as a journalism, you see, I discovered this by accident. Most of these things I'm discovering by accident, but accidents are no accidents. Allah volatilize Musab Dibble as Bob he creates opportunities if your eyes are open somebody's speaking and he gives you a cue and you discover something and somebody shows you something and you discover something

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because you're in the field

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I live outside Durban about 20 miles out and every morning I was traveling at a road in the road so we call the Beach Road like the Cornish you know on the seaside into Durban.

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Now they have a freeway so I don't use that Corniche road anymore The Beach Road anymore I think the freeway because it's faster, quicker, new obstruction to get to my work.

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So on the old road, I remember very, very distinctly that a certain intersection.

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They were was a news vendor, early morning newspaper, and he had a placard every morning a new placard trying to sell his newspaper. So while driving, I read the plaque

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and I make up my mind

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the newspaper is not worth buying today.

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I don't want to buy the newspaper according to the placard what they're offering me the news inside I'm not interested. So I parked my car in Durban in the city. This is just on the outskirts of the city. In the city I park my car I take a walk to my office and on the way another intersection I see the same newspaper

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seller not the same man but for the same newspaper but there's a placard is different I read the placard and by the paper

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the same morning paper

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the clicker is different

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again it happens and again it happens I don't want to buy an app I don't want to buy an app I am I'm trying to think why does it happen like that? I didn't want to buy an abort. Why

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says you're right but I got the joke. The joke was

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that the place was at the intersection I'm talking about on the coronation is a white area Europeans they live serious separated into races and they that placard is catering for white leadership. They are trying to date the white man to buy the paper

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placard that will appeal to him the white man it doesn't interest me talking about Sala but you know one of our goal runners are not interested in Sala bad

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man she won't so what somebody asked about some way to get a player you know he won the million dollars for his God so what I'm not interested but as soon as I come into town, the Indian area see we are separated into races and the placard there same morning paper but the placard there is something that appeals to me. So I buy

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the newspaper is the same not two different newspapers. But within it there are different different articles, different subjects, different topics. So they are now fishing for the whites a different black card for the Indians different black card for the Africans, different black are for the colors, different black are what the fish will bite.

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They know how to catch fish

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survive that is the gay why I'm getting caught out. I don't want it and I bite. So the best journalist, the master journalist is a journalist who can give you a placard that everybody will buy, not for different placards. He writes articles. He writes about topics and if he advertises that one placard is the Pakistani will by the Bangladeshi will by the Arab will by the American will by everybody by if you can have a journalist like that in the holiday times or in the Gulf News.

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The newspaper owners will never let the men go you know that every day a placard

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which makes his paper everybody to buy the master journalist

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and Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is such a journalist is not him

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is a master journalist

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about the omnipotent, omniscient knowing his creation, knowing how to how to beat you how to teach you how to get people be attracted to his book. He's showing you our nebbia Kareem Salah is in Medina.

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He's surrounded by

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mushriks his own people, missionaries. He's surrounded by monastics. He's surrounded by Muslims. He's surrounded by Jews. He's surrounded by Christians, five different groups of people and you want to sell your newspaper.

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The idea your Proclamation. How do you catch fish like that? Five different groups of people.

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Listen

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he says nothing

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allies through him using as a mouthpiece. He says

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wahala taka hadiza Musa has the story of Moses rich you

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think think that proclamation has the story of Moses reached you? The jewels You know, when he hears that wahala Kaka ha de su Musa

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Musa, what makes a fool of himself as a Christian he says, Look man is not dabbling into an unknown ground now and the machinic he said we'll watch the fun now what the Jews and the Christians do to him man

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and the Muslim hungry is yes we want to know what about Musa

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everybody is a god everybody wants to know what is rajnarayan when you saw a fire, dramatization, visualization, you can visualize the scene.

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Allah Khufu any honest una de la liga de Caminha. dacarbazine ln, Buddha says, Behold, he tells his family icfr

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and perhaps I'll get a burning brand from there are some guidance at the fire.

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illusion illusions, giving ideas. He's talking about fire. He's talking about guidance Alberta has built in him. He's actually baiting him

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because he's hungry for fire. He's hungry for guidance. You see, after the mishap in Egypt, when he had killed an Egyptian

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in trying to defend a Jew, he slept in Egypt into heart and it was a mighty strong man has masala Salah he was no weakling, he gave this man a slap and the man fell and he died. And he had to flee from the country.

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He killed an Egyptian

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unforgivable crime. He goes into media and they he helps two girls in distress. We were trying to water the sheep and goats and the other men folk were taking unfair advantage over the because of the weakness and has masala Salaam goes to the rescue. And he helps them to water the sheep and goats. They won't tell the father says you know there's a young man as well. And he's a very young, very handsome fellow. And he's very good hearted. And you know that if you can have him with us, you know, he'll be a great asset.

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So they bring him and Jethro Shoaib, he makes a contract with musala salam, he says, Look, my son, you know, we need a hand somebody to help us. And if you will stay with us. It's a look, you work for me for seven years. And I'll give you my daughter in marriage hands in marriage, you can help as a wife, oh, the bug in his truck. And he fulfills his seven years and he gets his wife and maybe another seven years. And he's got quarter dozen children, a half a dozen children. Now he's getting bored. Mmm. We live in the city.

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In royalty. Now he's down in the desert looking after the sheep and goats for 10 years, 14 years. He's bored. He wants to get out.

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So he tells his father in law says look, Daddy,

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I would like to go into the world and make way for myself said Look, my son. Your wife is your wife. Your children are your children. And here is your share of a sheep and goats. You're welcome to leave. So he goes into the Sinai is moving from one place to another one Oasis to another. And he supposedly runs out of meat. He's got those dry bread, but the Jews eat mashed pasta quality, you know, Unleavened Bread of the Jews, no yeast. And that remains, you know, even it's hard as well, but it's there. You can chew and chew and chew. It won't rot in a hurry.

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He's got that. But he's thinking about slaughtering a sheep or a goat. start a fire brace it dried up and carry on. But now he's procrastinating. We all do. Lazy lazy today. Tomorrow. today. Tomorrow I'll be Today I'll be tomorrow, because it's hard job starting a fire to take half a day.

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A piece of wood and a rock rubbing half a day.

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So he's procrastinating

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today tomorrow.

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And he's towards evening.

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And he sees on the fire allies baiting

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allies catching fish

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to be showing you what you want. So Luca, how else could he call himself to come come away? I want to talk to you.

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But he knows that this man at the back of his mind is in your fire. And he's also thinking what is the next best place that he can go to?

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So he's building with that what he wants, he's hungry for he's waiting with that.

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So he says to his family, Behold, I see a fire. Perhaps I'll get a burning brand from their burning coal and then very easy to start a fire

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and no

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Time, fire started. Easy, easy fire and some guidance and the fire to the next best voices, women, good habitation, good people, hospitable people. So you got three, three days this way, two days that side and you'll come across a people very good people

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allow us to give him a fire and a guidance, but he's thinking of other fire and other guidance, allusion

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for Lama Taha udia musah. And when he came to the fire, their voice was heard or Moses in knee anara buka Fatima lake. City says I am your Lord. Take off your shoes in the

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fourth hour in the sacred value of four verses who is and what what is told you a miracle of journalism. How to attract people to listen to the message aplicar a better Hello Taka howdy samosa

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and illusion to fire, fire that burns in the hearts of men for 3000 years at guidance which is guiding mankind for 1000s of years. Allah, this is how this is the miracle of miracles. Now, what does it hold for us?

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This book is Alaska without doubt.

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And Allah tala is challenging men can spoil.

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These people, the skeptics, this unbelievers tell them

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in Sujin, Allah Jacobi Mr. Hassan, that is the gatherings of genes and men if they were to gather together to produce a lack of this Quran, Salah Toonami, Miss Lee.

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It says you will never be able to produce the light, even if you help one another, that one another with help and support. This is the book Allah says this is my book.

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What does it mean for us? It means that this book as an eternal book of guidance for you and for me, for the whole of mankind is a solution to the problems of mankind. But we are all sitting on this book like a cobra on a pile of wealth.

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We won't have access to it. We are reading it, we are reciting it for beautification for sooie sooie sooie blessings, blessings, you will get your Salah. There's no doubt about that. The Holy Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam he said that when you recite the Quran, and when you say Alif Lam Meem Alif Lam Meem is not a word. There are three letters Alif Lam Meem ministry Alif laam Meem it says you get 10 1010 swabs that the slobs while I'm sorry, I got it so many times already and you listening you got it already? As it Alif laam Meem 30 3010 1010

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if I said 100 times 100 times Hey, you got it

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sweet

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I believe that some Arby's their blessings and their benefits are there but is that the purpose of the Quran? Just cheap sabab you wanna get? Look you can get a million for reward.

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This is 10 to one you but you want to do business tend to work when you do million to one.

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We hire hisar without accounting. Has I do business with him? Well, I like to do business with him because I race. I don't want 10 1010

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up Sorry, sorry 10 1010 you will get it. I do business with my Lord. He is prepared to give up a Hydra hisab if you will only take it accept it and implement it in your life.

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is a book of instructions this instructing you what to do.

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Instead telling you this honor he has given you share it with people Don't be selfish. We are a selfish lot of people. Muslim we are selfish. Voila. We are very selfish everywhere

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I asked my brother yeah very regular in your salad Mashallah. I want to know who you making salad for say for my benefit.

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for your benefit. Russia as a

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you fast for one whole month. CDs as a pro whose benefit is my benefit? Yes, yes your benefit.

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Is you gives a cat said yes but who's going to receive my benefit?

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You have an edge says my benefit.

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everything you're doing for my benefit, my benefit my benefit as a What are you doing for other men? what you're doing for him?

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For the unbeliever you believe is going to hell?

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He said Yes

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definitely.

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alesso one thing he will not forgive you

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and they are going to go to hell. Yes.

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What you're saying what you're doing to save them, I think

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Salah will be very happy with you. They're not is not his creation. Allah will be happy you allow them to go to hell. And you did nothing.

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You know, he gave us a slogan

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1400 years ago he gave the Muslims a slogan.

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We call it Albania. In Arabic. I don't know literally what it means. But this is what I learned when I came. When I went for Hajj in 1983.

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I was hearing words you know what people do when they go around the Kaaba they read labella mala Bay club bag I was hearing and I more or less I learned that. But I didn't see the import the implication of that I didn't see until when I started going around myself.

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Love Bay, Aloma Bay love Bay, la sharika Kala bake in Nelson de la vamos la sharika la.

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And I found that by the time I finished off and the people finished off that Dallas, Dallas office,

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the people with little intelligence, the least of us, everyone by the time he finishes, he knows the words la sharika la la sharika la la sharika law.

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So what is that? You telling Allah? There is no associates? He has no partners. He has no equals he has no computers. That's what you're saying la sharika la la sharika luck. But this is not true.

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This is not true.

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Because as soon as you return from where you come, there are machines abounding.

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There are more people on God's good earth were worshipping minute monkeys, elephants and snakes today, worshipping Satan today than the worshipers of Allah. And you said last year.

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We all take from Makkah.

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Medina, we take with us Zamzam water from Makkah, we take data from Makkah, and we buy a lot of things very cheap in Makkah, and we load ourselves and we take them home and we take the title, Haji. We are the Haji did Hodge.

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I say you know this title. I was thinking it was easy. You know you were in a plain comfortable air conditioned planes and you have everything provider and air conditioned hotels and you become a Haji. So what but what law? I tell you, I can testify that if you've been through the process, you deserve the title Haji. You deserve it. It's an odd one light and audio. We are doing it for Allah sake. If a man paid me a million to go through that again with my wife and child, I'll never do it. But for Allah sake, I will do it. What do you have to go to the gym, but you call the place they just don't

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tell you. Someone hit me with a stone on my forehead bleeding.

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I lost my watch. My watch came off. I lost my shoes.

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I fell down.

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For some Pakistanis. I tell you Allah would have been a dead man. You wouldn't have seen me here today.

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Because once you finish, you can get up and physically quite a feat follow but once you are done there you are finished. Some Pakistanis helped me ultimately, I lost $1,000 it was around the big belt I had, it was all cash. And that thing came out.

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Once before the day before or that morning I went and I saw I saw something there. were wanting to go my wife and my daughter and myself and I saw people as if they were on fire people you know that they're making a charge charge you know like it's in Charge of the Light Brigade.

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People that gather together and they're charging through people.

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So what do you want to write on your human shape hands all abounding.

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Shake hands all over. So we retreated. But now we have to go through the process.

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And at the second attempt all these things happen. Not for a million. But for Allah sake we do it. I say I deserve the title Haji. Okay, but don't waste it on me.

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This is what we take some some water date, goods and title.

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But that'll be

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that'll be Yeah, you said luxury. kulluk This is the slogan. The United Nations nation they have the different permissions. And every year they come up with a slogan. This is what I say.

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it, use it don't abuse it. This is the A this is the year for the aged. It says an old age home is not her destiny your mother when she grows old don't put her in an old age home. This is your planting trees wherever they pass a resolution the whole world of the United Nations wherever they are, they are talking about the same thing Water, water, water, trees, trees, trees, old age people or this is the purpose of a slogan carried out 1400 years. We are crying, la sharika la la sharika luck.

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And we leave it behind the thing that we are supposed to take, we are supposed to bring with we leave that behind and we bring baits and some some water is

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because wherever you go in India, you hajis you Pakistanis, you go to West you wherever you go in South Africa, the people doing

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in all directions ship ship ship, you and I are supposed to find them. selaginella you're supposed to tell them la sharika Allah, Allah has no associates don't associate anybody be any being with him. This is your job.

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We're supposed to do. We are supposed to stand in the marketplace.

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During the last work, hour nebbia Kareem sellers. Look at the example.

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He used to retire to vajradhara jevelin.

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Before new bhuwan he's to go there sometimes alone, some time with his dear wife, meaning a digital camera.

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He used to spend days and weeks at times to commune

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with the almighty what was actually happening the details. I do not know what was the details about that experience of his. It's only after we have a detailed record of what transpired. What was happening between him and his Lord, I don't know. But on the 27th of the month of Ramadan, don't start questioning me about the 27th this is generally accepted on the 27th of the month of Ramadan when he was 40 years old. Allah Allah tala since his

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angel of algebra to him in the cave and commands him in his mother tongue.

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Which means read

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or recite or rehearse, repeat.

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And when I be a Karim Salah la Sol, Ambien Rumi, he says ma Vicari is a testimony that he can't read. He's telling his parents I'm not learned. So the angel of God commands him a second time.

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Again, he pleads Samana bukharan, is terrified. The third time the angel of God is Arabic, Allah, the Salah, serene in the name of the Lord and cherish who created now he grasps that what he was required to do was to repeat, because this Arabic word I'm given to understand means to read, to resize, to repeat, to rehearse, to repeat, and he repeated the words, this mirror because he did in the name of the Lord and cherish who created

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Hala, Collinson. I mean Allah say he who created men from a mere cloud of congealed blood sister helical in Santa min Allah, so Allah Quran so read, and the Lord is most bountiful, so he said ecogra buka Quran, Allah Allah bill Kalam is a he thought the use of the pin says Allah Allah will Callum Solomon in Santa Muslim yaghan says talk man that which he knew not says LML in Santa marlim yada.

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As soon as the angel departed,

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he's terrified, sweating all over. He runs home some three miles out to his dear wife, momineen hadiza Cobra and says Cover me up, cover me up.

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When he gets out of his excitement, he explains to her what he had seen and what he had heard.

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But from that day onwards, he didn't go back to the mound.

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This is his example. He didn't go back anymore. No more finished with our era

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finished.

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What is he doing? He's in the marketplace.

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He's in the bazaar suit. He's in the bazaars, what is doing he's accosting people.

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slowly go. walling Salam saffi. where you come from is a young man. He says, you know, Allah has revealed to me that he is but when Allah and His Messenger

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another man slogans on Instagram.

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All Medina so you know, Allah has revealed to me that is Verona Allah and I'm his messenger.

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like a madman.

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Little wonder the moon, Allah had to testify. Ma antamina Arabic a big moon. So by the grace of the Lord, your companion is not made or possessed.

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They think he's mad. But he's doing the job, his masters job. This is where you and I supposed to be. Allah tells us

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So most certainly in the apostle of Allah, you are the best example. This is the example he says, You and I are supposed to stand in the marketplace

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proclaiming the unity of God. All the machines around you call them. He said Rama is God is largely luck. So Krishna is God is a luxury.

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Luxury,

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luxury.

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This is your job, my job, but I know you're terrified.

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You are terrified.

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I'm telling you is a terrifying thing. You know, today nobody will stone you. Well, if you did that, nobody will hurt you physically.

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Then what are we afraid of?

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of ridicule.

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What will people say? That has gone off his rocker. That is mad.

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She is mad.

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Dr. Bill is mad. He is we are afraid of that. You know that. We are terrified people will call is mad. Maybe you had a little tipsy you might have taken something to drink by taking some drugs.

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in the marketplace in the street corner shouting Allahu Akbar, shouting la sharika this man, you're terrified of that.

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I said, you know, there is another way you can get out of the difficulty. We discovered it. You say Necessity is the mother of invention. necessity.

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You want to do something?

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Then you find ways and means.

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You know, I can't do it. I can't stand in the marketplace. The nearest I got to that was in Mombasa at a place called Momo tayari. People who know Mombasa they might remember there was a bus stop. I went and delivered lectures in the in the marketing in the bus stop on a drum, a student a drum. And with a mic in my hand I started lecturing because the people they're doing that that kind of thing. It encouraged me but in Durban hike in London, I can't do it. I did it there because it looked like everybody was mad like me. So it didn't matter.

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I said so the second best thing. I said Necessity is the mother of invention.

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We invented an idea. He said look, you know, today we are able of

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capturing this gene, Gene, you know, people that talk about you know making this a hobby, you know, controlling genes that you can call them and make them to do things like Aladdin is wonderful lamp, you rub the lamp and the Jim comes along and you tell him what to do for you. That kind of people you know this gene under your control these modern genes, TV stations, radios, TVs, TVs, monitors,

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VCR,

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they are Jin's under your control. I said he was the man. You can't beat yourself. So we shall look I'll show you. It is so easy. Look.

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in Devon,

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a country in South Africa. You know the land of a pothead a racist country, very oppressive. The whole world is like the polecat of the world stinking that nation stinks. My mission stinks. But that nation gives me this freedom.

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Look at this is given me that freedom in the streets. In the shops in the bazaar.

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I put the monitor in the window

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24 hours a day I can make it to do the work. That is talking

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10 hours a day 20 hours a day. Let me show you how I make the machine to do the job the Djinn under our control so using man

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we are using him look and nobody objects. Nobody says me that is mad.

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Nobody says because I'm not there. But I'm doing the job in the marketplace.

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That's outside

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is outside because inside the place is full. This is another picture

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of the outside Muslims and non Muslims are listening to the message. The message is they're getting entertained.

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And the receiving the message

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inside the shop

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inside people sit in comfort.

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people seeking comfort and what's inside the same thing. We have a monitor inside the shop we have monitor outside when the face inside this folder. Let them watch outside.

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Look there's so many ways of killing a cat

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If you want to,

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then in that color conscious country, racist country, we use the masjid as a bait.

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You know, Allah baited has musasa with a fire. So we beat these people to come to the mosque What for? They think they'll come and see something nice and funny in the mosque. They don't know the difference between a mosque and a temple.

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So when we say visit the largest mosque in the southern hemisphere, they think it's a temple.

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This is another name for a temple a synonym for a temple a Hindu temple. So they think they'll see all the monkey gods and elephant gods and snake Gods all lined up when English lady on a world tour when she came into the machine, and when we explained to her things, she said, You know, I expected to find a funny oriental museum ala carte, meaning that a monkey got for Monday, an elephant God for Tuesday is May God for Wednesday, all the gods lined up, but instead she says I found the truth.

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Another African lady, the ruling race, she brings her daughters during the school holidays.

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And she looks around the mosque.

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And she's disappointed

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when she came looking for she says Where are the cows? cows macara milking cows, cows as a madam Have you lost your cows? She said no, no. I promised to show them to my daughter's as a madam you come to the wrong place.

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But I promised them as a matter of is that my fault? You promised to show cause in the most as a no, no, no. You can see how's my people, my people? Well, ah, there might be

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a tsunami road.

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A little couple of kilometers away from the mustard in Iran is the largest temple in South Africa. And you'll see everything that you want to see cows, monkeys, elephants, snakes, everything. My people, they look like me speak the same language. They have the same surnames like me. You know that morarji Desai, you heard the name. He was the prime minister of the largest democracy in the world. He's my maternal uncle, Mama, we call him he drinks his own urine six to eight ounce every day.

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That's my nation.

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I'm not ashamed to say Allah took me out of it. I'm proud of that. Some Arabs, you know, from the law, they came to my part of the country. And they spoke to my people, they came to do business. And in the process, my ancestors, they said, these are good people. We also like to be one of you. They said very easy, give you a hand. So my ancestors gave the hand and they become Muslim. Had it not been for the Arabs, the urine of the cow, I would still be sprinkling on myself. Yes, as therefore my father, every time we make an edit as a young boy, he shook hands and he kissed the hands and I also kissed every Arabs hand. My father was reminding me says look, had it not been for these

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people, we would be wherever cousins are still.

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So they're looking for cousin the mosque. We're looking for statues in the mosque is an opportunity godsent opportunity to explain to them, there is no better place then to deliver the message than in the masjid. So we make the mercy there's an attraction here.

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An African

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man was looked down upon in South Africa, at the bottom most rung of the ladder, and Africa.

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This African is talking to European children,

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white Jews and Christians. He's talking to them about the unity of God, look, they have come there not for that for a lesson in theology. They have come there to be entertained.

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Some superficial knowledge of Islam and we are doing the job. Look, if you want to do the job, what law I tell you, there are endless opportunities is for you, my dear brothers and sisters. And we need your help in this, that you also take this up, start opening your mouth, share what knowledge Allah has given you. And in that you don't have to be an expert.

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If you have one fact, I want to be a Kareem sallallahu wasallam he said badly for Annie. wallow, I said, deliver the message regarding me. Even if you know one verse one fact, deliver it. Just stop that one fact top, top top and Allah will give you more. This is the secret of learning. give what you have. And Allah will fill you up with more with these words, Mr. Chairman, and my dear brothers and sisters. I'm very, very grateful to the Department of information for creating such such wonderful opportunities for me to come along and talk to you. I had actually come to this part of the world to thank the people who had helped me in projecting me to America rocketing me to America

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to give battle to that great giant salute. Jimmy Swaggart I had come along

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That was my, that was my real purpose in coming to this part of the world. But as soon as I arrived, there are hazards, dangers in every job. And my job, you know, because you're a talker as soon as you come, Mr. deedat, we want you on the radio. Now, I'm sad that we won't do on TV. Now, Mr. deedat, come and talk to us. These are the hazards of my occupation. I just can't help it. And so therefore, now, you see, I had to plan this lecture, I said, Now, as soon as I talk, I must run from here to Dubai. Get away from here, because you people won't give me peace in the hotel where I am. So immediately after this, if people will allow me to get out as quick as possible. There's a

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motorcar waiting outside to drop me. I don't know how many miles from here to Dubai. And then if I deliver a lecture again, I'm going to run away from my friends. You know, I like it, I enjoy it. But it's too much for this old machine. You know, it's 7070 and four days, 70 years and four days old enough. So I hope you'll have a little extra mercy on me. Kindness on me to allow me to go out peacefully, Barbara, Dhawan and in London.