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I'm a debt and fellow brothers, a syllable economic dilemma cousins

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gives me pleasure on behalf of the Effingham Islamic Society to extend a very warm welcome, first of all, to the that, and to you also for responding to our invitation at such short notice. Unlike our usual programs, we did this either verbally or telephonically, because of the time factor. Nevertheless, we're quite pleased to see that so many of you took time off to be here this evening.

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This

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evening's talk by Ahmed deedat, has been arranged for this society, but rather graphic and

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to tell us more about the background of this talk. And to fill you in, I now hand you over to

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family

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does not need any introduction. But just to mention one point that, you know, when a student starts to study,

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post metric, he goes to university does a bachelor's degree, and he does an honors degree, he does a Masters becomes a master of his subject. And he becomes a Doctorate of his subjects can become a professor. And when he's passed all the stages, he's knows it so well is more than a master becomes a master of the subject. And it is in this spirit that referred to as Mr. Ahmed,

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because in the field of competitive studies, especially Christianity, he has more than mastered the subject. And I think it deserves the title of Mr. Rama Devi. And it is in that sense that I think I refer to him

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to that extent that I was this morning in the office, and

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then arranging

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symposium in after

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Ramadan, in the Royal Albert Hall is having a symposium with an American professor. So we can see the level at which Mr. Modi is.

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But we haven't heard much on his other knowledge on other religions. And it is in this spirit that approached him. And it is in this spirit that he is here today. Because a man of his learning and experience,

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I don't think we should lose out while he's around.

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And it is in this spirit that he is present here today. And I must say at such short notice and knowing how busy He is such type programs, I still can't figure out how he manages to squeeze this lecture in this evening.

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Just one point before I tell Mr. Madeira to commence.

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You see, he has been criticised in many circles, for one simple reason is that he calls a spade a spade.

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We intellectuals we tend to use euphemism and try to, you know, use very different terms. And sometimes we lose sight of what we're describing.

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And the truth is the truth.

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And he calls a spade a spade, simple man. And I think he gets down to simple things and that's what makes him so great.

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And therefore tonight,

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the intention and the spirit with which he is going to present his subject is not that he's going to paint any picture for us.

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The pictures have already been painted. And what Mr. De that is going to do. He is not the painter of the features. He is the viewer and he's going to explain them to us and it is in this spirit, we should take it. So without much ado.

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Let me shaytan al rajim

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Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. Baku JAL

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bottle

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in a La Villa.

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My name

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is Solomon Ella Hassan.

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Mr. Chairman and

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the subject that had been suggested to me by another one, but

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I think he forgot to mention the subject. The subject for this evening's talk is Hinduism and Islam

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chronologically, in order of age,

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Islam is the youngest of the world's religions

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and Hinduism.

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Zoroastrianism they both vie for being the oldest religions in the world.

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From Islam if we go backwards,

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getting on with Islam 1400 years ago,

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maybe Kareem salmonella, salaam Berg this Deen of Islam to its perfection

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at the guidance of God,

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but 600 years beyond Islam

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redefined the religion of Christianity as 600 years before that Buddhism and a few 1000 years before that, Hinduism.

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So Hinduism claims to be the oldest of the world's religions.

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Where does this work?

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It comes from the Indus River

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river passing through

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Pakistan,

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in undivided India and northwest, the Indus River

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and people have

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certain characteristics speech,

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that sometimes way there is no edge, they add an edge, where there is an edge, people eat it up.

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You know, describing the situation in the city hall, I was mentioning to people, I said, you see, there is a group of people among us, Indians alone people that they pick up edge in hamilo.

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Hello, and they drop it off in Hillary, Hillary, Hillary. So, same thing happens to this English businesses industry. People say this, in this there was no as they put her, in this into people living around the Indus Valley,

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the land.

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So this is how this name has been given into Islam. The Islam or the culture or the setup or the beliefs of these people are the Indus Valley Hindus.

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Now, if I were to give you

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in one word, the difference between Islam and Hinduism, one word,

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you see, the Hindu in his theology,

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he says, everything is God.

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Everything is God.

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The Muslim, what does he say is everything is God's.

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The difference is only that of an apostrophe s.

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Hindu says everything is him.

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Islam says everything is his, everything belongs to Allah, the other guy says, everything is he.

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So, and this little Apostrophe S, you know, what is stupendous difference he takes into concept of God, that if you say everything, is he everything is he, then therefore, the Hindu according to that concept, he doesn't hesitate in worshipping the cow,

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the monkey, the elephant, the snake, man, woman, trees, see mountains, anything everything? Because he reasons that God created everything by this word.

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Everything How did he create? We also believe that Allah created by his will, that you somehow listen to him a lot is due the origin of the heavens in the earth.

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By nama yaku

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that whenever he declares a matter, he merely says to be any day is His Word of C'mon, actually, this is will we describe it as a word. So everything he created by his word, lattices in the Holy Quran, that if the oceans were made into him, and all the trees were made into pin, the words of our Lord cannot be exhausted, so many collisions, everything by this word, is will devote everything to be. So now because it is the word of God, that brought things into being. The Hindu says, the Word of God is God.

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His Word is God. We say the word of God is not God. It is his word. As I'm speaking to you, my words are not me.

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Me and my words are different. Similarly, the Muslim reason the word of Allah and him are different things. They are his words, but they're not. The hindrances. His Word is him. This is so he starts worshipping anything, everything as such.

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He is a pantheist. See, we are thinking wrongly of the human

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Thinking that he is a polytheist. polytheist means believing more than one cause he does. So he can explain. When he says Rama is God, sufficient is God, the Buddha is God said Hanuman is God. So ask him how many gods are there is confused. But really, he doesn't believe in many boys. He says everything is God, because God is in everything.

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So he's prepared to go worship God in this form, and that form and that form and endless forms, but is it God is what he says what is one, so he's a pantheist, one who believes that everything is God, not a polytheist, believing in different laws.

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Now, when we talk about Hinduism, immediately in our minds, these terms do occur, they come to mind, incarnation,

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incarnation, reincarnation, karma, idolatry,

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Hinduism associated with all these terms, terminology, incarnation is a system in which people believe that God Almighty comes down to earth as a man.

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He becomes a human being God Almighty, He comes under, on a woman, he becomes a man incarnation, meaning God taking human form, reincarnation, meaning when you die.

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But you will come back to life again on this earth, and you die again. And you can come back

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again, onto this earth, again and again, until you reach perfection. It can be a million people, you can be born a million times over

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until you reach Nirvana, the sound absorption with God, then you can move the universe with God, you become one with God you become born.

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That's the combination being born again and again into this world is uniform law

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is the philosophy of believing a law of cause and effect. Every cause has an effect, you put your finger into the fire, you get burned, for effect. If you eat too much, you have a stomachache cause effect.

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But now, the Hindu believes that that effect takes place here on this earth, we believe that there is a cause and effect, but it will be on a higher plane, we will have to account for our deeds.

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That's Islam, we believe every cause has an effect, whatever you do, you are going to be re compensated good or bad,

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as you saw, so you will reap whatever you sow, you will get the fruits of it good or bad.

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But that does not necessarily take place on this earth that you don't have to come back here on this earth to give an account

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and idolatry, meaning they believe they're worshipping God through the means of different different statues, I guess.

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Now, it is not possible during the period of this talk

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to keep you like a clinical analysis of all these terms going deep, because not everyone becomes a subject actually Hinduism is such a vast thing that it calls for a series of talks, not just one talks to give you in one

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sense, but for the purpose of this discussion tonight, we will be forced to give you a broad outline of the things that I have just mentioned.

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And in passing, you will be able to see them all inshallah.

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Now as we are gathered here, I can see

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we have all Indian Muslims. I don't know if there is an Arab among us. Is it any eruption?

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Any malaise? No, as a people as a whole that we'll get here, it looks like we are all of Indian extraction.

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Now, one of the easiest ways of trying to approach the Hindu to talk to him to reason with him is

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to confess at the outset

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that our people, you know, our forefathers were Hindus.

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I know when I was young, I was getting shocked. You know, when the Hindu Pilate thing is that you people are Hindus, he's trying to say that you will also Hindus, as he didn't have to say that they are Hindus, or maybe when he said you are Hindus meaning in

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Hindi is the word for India, India,

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in India, so they're thinking that everybody from him that is a Hindu, whereas some Hindi is a Hindi we are all doing

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These in English we say Indian,

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we are hitting these, but we are not induce Hindi and

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the guy is getting confused. He thinks now being from him, yeah, they do our forefathers.

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And we have been Hindus for 5000 years.

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If somebody wishes to claim that he's got some Arab blood in him, good luck. Somebody says you've got sufficient blood in him. Good luck. Somebody said you got some Turkish blood in us. Good luck.

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But coming from India, our ancestors were all into.

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Now, once you confess that,

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you see, it makes it easier for the Hindu to listen to you.

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How is it that this guy is talking differently?

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So now you start coaching the subject.

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And I have been using a technique. And I live in Berlin, that's about 30 kilometers outside.

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And Berlin is today India, according to government regulations, the majority of the people are Indian. So they made it an Indian township coming from burglar, auto, Indian manpage from India.

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And as I come

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from Berlin, can

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I find some Indian people standing by the roadside, so I give them lift.

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Something that is

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out simply beyond my control to my wife keeps on telling me, don't give this to anybody. We have been reading about things, you know, what happens to people give lives and they get passed on, the cards get stolen, and they don't find their husbands anymore. But somehow I feel that the Indian who's standing on the roadside, he's not waiting to catch you on the head, the Indian, the white man, unfortunately, we have to say is again and again, he patches has been affected, the most dangerous guy in South Africa is the white man.

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Nothing, not the carrot, not the Africa. If he wants to bash your head, he'll come and look for you to find you. And we'll lose jobs, but he won't stand on the roadside waiting for a lift to do.

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So and control in some type of compulsion in a compulsion, see in India, I just want to go on but that kind of has stopped the car, as is Get inside.

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Now once the fellow gets inside the car,

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stopped him I want to make him pay for the lives not in money. But you know, we must do a job of work. So immediately, I start as what church do you belong to?

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And if you ask that question, it's an innocent question.

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Nobody gets offended by such a question, what church do you belong to? So either he says any church, he gives you a name, or he might say.

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Now he says he is a Christian. He is a type of a custom. Sometimes I do awake I live. And I know he's a Christian. So what I want you to belong to he gives me a name, as you know, once you know he's a Christian. So you know that there are three types of Indians in South Africa.

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There are three types of Indians in South Africa, he doesn't know

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all Indians are the same, you can see our complexions, there are various shades of grey, but overall, you know there is a tile about all that says Indian, Indian, Indian, Indian.

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But indian indian indian Service says

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to him, this type of Indians as much as to our fathers, there was only one type of white man You

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see, when I was young when we said European, European was a nation and South African government also put it that way Europeans, non Europeans, that's how they classify this in our time ways in the railways, everyone, European, non European. So European, we are thinking is alasia

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you know better than that. European is not in Asia. They are not changed to whites, and blacks. But European is not a nation, Europe is a continent. And on that continent, there are many nations.

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Like the Greeks, the French, the Germans, the Italians, the Swedes, the English, the Irish, the scotch. These are different nations. But because we don't know the difference, or why it was this one nation.

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Similarly, this all brown people are one nation. So when you tell them that there are three types of Indians in South Africa, they get the shock of the life.

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As you know, racially we are dozens of different types. Racial

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that is

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majority Muslim at the moment

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There is a header, a body with apologies.

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You know the people from Canada back when I met them in America

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getting the rest of your head our bodies. And,

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you know, in central India, Hyderabad and Malabo.

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There were a highly cultured people.

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One of the most educated people in India are the Agra bodies. But here in South Africa because the term was being used, disparagingly for two speakers. So now it seems like an insult to say Hyderabad. But Hyderabad is in America.

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Hyderabad, Hyderabad.

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Would you think

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that from Bombay from Yeah.

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So new insert intended. So we had dozens of different nations really.

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But religiously, there are three main groups the Indian Hindu, the Indian, Christian, and the Indian Muslims,

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religious trimmings, racially dozens of different

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Hindus, dozens of different guys, among the Muslims, dozens of different types.

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So these three main groups,

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these different religions,

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Hindu, Indian, Christian, Indian Muslims, and now what is the main difference between the three?

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Actually, the guy is thinking that you are educating him.

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But this is how you brainwash people, you know, you program people, you make them accept, in a story for you telling the guy as if you're telling a story, as if you're educating the guy. He says, you know, there's an Indian, Hindu, Indian Christian, in the Muslim, what is the main difference between that.

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So this is you see, the Indian Hindu, in his philosophy of religion, he believes in God incarnate, meaning God coming down to earth as a man,

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as a human philosophy, and in that system of incarnations, God take human form. They believe that Brahma was the seventh incarnation of God, Krishna was the eighth incarnation of God, Buddha was the ninth incarnation of God, and they believe in endless incarnations.

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See the Hindu reasons.

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And his logic is very good.

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His logic is very, the Hindus. He's a very logical person.

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Give him that credit. He says that God Almighty is so pure is so holy, is absolute holiness.

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The only one? This is one of his attributes. He's

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the only one. So the Hindu also says his absolute holiness. He has like a holy role.

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Now that only role.

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What does he know? how men feel?

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When, let's say he sees a beautiful young thing?

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What does he know how the man feels? Does he feel the way man feels?

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Probably not. There is about right as it will lay down rules for as well as you know.

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Like somebody jokingly remarked about the Pope.

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See, the pope made his pronouncement on the pill, you know, birth control pill. So somebody remarked that the guy who doesn't play the game, what right has he deleted the moon?

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Does he play the games we play? No. Did you tell us?

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Similarly, the Hindu reason is that look, Does God play the games we play?

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And what is he to tell us? Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, what does he know what is to come?

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So to be qualified, he should come down to earth as a man is more like any other human child.

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And this is growing up somebody playing food with his mother, in the absence of his father, and you know how he feels.

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As he's growing up, somebody is painful to the sister. Now he knows how it feels. Now he's married somebody who had a pinch his wife, now he knows how he feels. So he is qualified. Now he's qualified to tell you shall not commit adultery, because he knows what is Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, because nobody knows what is to compare,

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disqualified. Now, that is the idea for justification for incarnation or Max, the Christian he says that before Jesus God did not incarnate after Jesus, He will not incarnate he will not take human form. He is the only incarnation meaning

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Only time that God came down to earth as a man, he came in the form of Jesus Christ.

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But as a Muslim say, the Muslim says God does not incarnate at all.

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He doesn't become human at all. What does he do? He chooses a man from among men, one of us flesh and blood in all respects. But that person is so finely attuned. He's so sincere to God, that whatever God Almighty commands him on a higher spiritual level, when you call revelation, the electromagnetic wave of the spiritual world, that person, yes, those signals those messages, and he conveys them to us on a human level, some way.

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adultery, shall not covet thy neighbor's wife shall not steal, shall not kill anything on a human level, we can understand what he's talking about. Such a person we say is a prophet of law, is the mouthpiece of God is speaking the words of God, but he's not God. So the Hindu believes in many incarnations, the Christian believes in one incarnation, the Muslim believes in many incarnations.

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Now this is in a nutshell,

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two reasons that how can your mighty, how can the ocean be contained in the water,

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your mighty

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IQ this? No, this is a Muslim concept. God does not become a man. And it is not necessary for God to become a man to understand the problem of men. Because if nothing is true, is logical, but it's not true. If it is true, then God must make a bigger monkey to understand the power of a monkey, you must become a donkey to understand the problem of a donkey, you will become a populist understand the problem

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is this.

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The Creator knows what he has made, if you made the table, you know what the table is, you don't have to become a table to understand a table.

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Outside,

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you don't have to become a visual first person to understand the first one. The maker knows what he has made.

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He knows and so he is qualified, and he's authentic, he has the authority to dictate to you to tell you how this machine ought to behave, he has a right to give you instructions, he doesn't have to become a man to understand the problem.

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Now about 100 years ago,

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you know, when we came to this country, the average Indian was 80%, Hindu, 20% Muslim, and 1% Christians.

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So when I have these Hindus that

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I present this message, you know, when we came out,

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this was our average ratio of people.

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Versus today, you know what, the Muslim is still 20% of the Indian population. In other words, if you lost half a dozen, we might have gained a dozen, overall the average remain the same.

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But the Christian has jumped from one to 17% in the Indian community, one to 17.

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So, I'm asking whether the other 16% confidence in a flying saucer

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from outer space? No, it is quickly from the Hindu. So the question arises, why is it that the Hindu is getting converted and the Muslim is not getting converted?

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Ah, not in total.

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I mean, we can also use our sons and daughters which we are see. But if we lost half a dozen, we might have been the desert. So overall, the average has to remain the same.

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But the Hindu has been reduced by 16% in the past 50 years, not the 100 years, because most of this propagation work among the Indians, has been done by the Christians the past 50 years, the last 16% of the people and at this rate in 1000 years, there'll be you know, the Hindu will be Museum, museum piece, if you come across a person, you know your grandchildren is what church you belong to.

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This is the way and the rate at which they are losing, it will be like something should be in a museum.

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So the question is how is it that the Hindu is getting will say, and the Muslim is not?

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He knows that. We are not saying you're not denying that people have lost our sons and daughters. The young men want to show his father upon or he met a Christian woman and somehow he went head over heels. Things can happen.

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Or sometimes people can be brainwashed or mixed marriages. We married no Muslim woman. before the marriage of convenience. We converted the woman and she was neither here nor there. She was neither fish nor fowl and the marriage broke up and your mama's and your partner has

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gone back again with a mother to the church and Christian.

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It's happening

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Again, and again, we are losing 1000s of entries.

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This many, you know, outside Islam,

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Maria Calhoun

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right and it doesn't work out. Look, there are times when marriages don't work out. And there are more chances of the marriages breaking if the woman is, culturally, a standard for everything is different. She's used to driving and you know, this guy and that guy, half a dozen guys she has experienced and now you think now you got heavy police shoot bones, now you put it on your neck, make a column out of it, and the gun doesn't work.

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So when do we have children go back again, she goes back to the aunties and crannies and your little ones are she's going to church, they also go to church.

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So we have been using that.

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But as a people as a whole, we are immune to conversions as a whole.

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So what makes it that the Hindu is getting converted? And the Muslim not?

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So you might have had a case to say, Well, you know, our people are very ignorant about our religion.

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As a look like that we also have ignorance.

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Who will not read the Quran didn't know how to make Salah elementary things they don't

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know most involve getting a Muslim flag and when they die will bury them as Muslims, but perhaps they know nothing about Islam is

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from experience.

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So we also have ignorant people, as as much as you have

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said, Look, I might explain to you the reason I may be wrong, but if I'm wrong, you would I would like you to correct me. I said, you see, the Hindu is a very tolerant person

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at home,

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not knowing India's Muslim,

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but the Hindu in his own family life is very tolerant.

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See, in a Hindu family

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in a Hindu family

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if one of them the Pharisees, I believe in

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the elephant.

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The other guy says, I worship sefa. No problem. And the guy said,

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no problem. Our worship Sita, no problem.

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One says I believe in one God will problem that the guy says I believe in no God, no problem that the guy says I believe in God, no problem, no problem. There's no fight, the Hindu will not fight. As long as

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you say you're a Hindu, you can do what you like. The only time trouble would start is when he says now I'm a Christian

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reaction. But if you say you're a Hindu, and you say me Mama is also perfect.

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Jesus also got no problem

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as long as you did the label.

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So he is very proud of as far as that is concerned. And in his system, he believes any worships men boards, women, gods, animal gods,

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anything everything. So once he is used to worshiping one type of men God

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it is not difficult for him to change from one member when

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he's already used to what you remember.

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And his men bots, you know if you see them, his his members here is an example here. This is Siva

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is blue. C is blue.

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This hammer is blue is Rama in the background.

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Blue.

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This Krishna is Luke publisher. What is blue in the religious pictures.

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So what is this?

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Blue? Fish nice blue.

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And blue is an ugly color on the body of men. A brother has got a blue jacket on

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the white dress nothing wrong with it. You will live in trousers, nothing wrong with it, blue shirt, nothing wrong with it. But on the body of man when a man goes blue, you rush into hospital

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oxygen

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danger,

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then why should they give such an unnatural color to the bar?

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I said you see blue. This word blue is beautiful.

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It has so many meanings.

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We talk about the blue sky

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blue sky.

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Then you find the guys talking about religion and the police robot and they stop in and they get blue films in his car.

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So blue means

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blue.

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Blue Collar now blue means folks.

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Then they speak about

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the blue planet English man.

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You know what it means is pure blue. So blue now stands for purity bloomenfeld now blue means purity.

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Then when I'm giving the guy lives, he puts his hand in my pocket. So I got him by the hand and he will bring the face

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he will call

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you in the face, or the guy who makes the promises I'd like to meet you again. And my company asked me that guy you know

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did you meet guys like that when you get them once in a blue moon

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meeting once in a while. So blue met so many conflicting meals. Humans first humans clean rooms cold rooms once in a while ruins anything everything.

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A blue God compared to a blue God now they present to you a blonde God?

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Jesus Christ, blond hair, blue eyes and some features like

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like an Englishman, German nodetype not with all you knows, you know, the crooked nose. You know, like, you know, if you see a picture like that of Jesus Christ, everyone say shallow, shallow.

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So they give him a straight nose, saying like an English man or a sweet or a Norwegian Dane, not like a Jew.

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And we are all suffering from an inferiority complex forums with Muslim origin. We are coming from India, that white men have been ruling us 450 years, a handful of them. They're not telling us that they enslaved us 150 years. And yet in this country, a handful of whites, 4 million whites ruling 50 million blacks at the moment, and we can do nothing about it.

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20 million blacks?

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Well under control. We are all and so this white man comes along into your house. It takes a little brother or sister on his lap or your daughter or your son and Pat's him on the head. How do you feel?

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We should be this man

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to him in his house.

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And then the guy you want to go to

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it's an easy way out for you. You believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and if you save otherwise, all your good deeds, electricity rags, you're gonna go to hell.

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So the poor guy is getting

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but an amazing thing is this, that the Hindu

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is like you saying the Atlantic America? Is Alaska free for all? Like our maybe

00:37:50--> 00:37:58

like knowledge is is a straight out of the desert. Wherever you find it, you take this hint is also willing to be taken.

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But the Muslim is not selling is not talking. He doesn't want to follow

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that [???].

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We are racist. I'm telling you the Muslim, the Indian Muslim is no better than the caste Hindu racist. We are looking down upon the guy you know, we are terrified about what he's doing to us in

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the past we created by No, we are

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so sorry. So enslaved in India, that the amount of rice that take place average of two writes a day it is in India. And we can't even cry. You know that we are 150 million Muslims in India, but you can't even try while reading us. That's how demoralized we have become.

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Thing is Muslim, really not interested in the only time he wants to convert our madrasa our Tamil, Telugu, our Hindustani cousins.

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You know when when our daughters have

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already ran away, maybe registered, they will carry his baby mama, she wants your blessing to get remarried. That's the only time you are interested in converting the guy. Otherwise, we are actually pushing them out. But as a young man, I still remember, you know, the elders talking some of my trusty brother comes along, you know, sheepishly. He says, you know, he's interested in Islam.

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And I've been listening to elders talk, tell him, he's a gentleman cut you.

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You.

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Actually this is our way of pushing him out.

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I don't know whether our mentality has changed. Maybe we don't use those terms anymore. But

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The mentality hasn't changed. And as that as a result of that the punishment Allah has given us. Our daughters are running a wholesale, wholesale, and wholesale is a mine.

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I like to see a guy coming along to me now and tell him he says, you know, it is those

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people who can, it happens in a corporation. It happens in the magazine barracks, or now we can see it happens in Chatsworth, it happens in Phoenix.

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People, you know, we are Gujarati badass, we are Korean. So you can show your daughter,

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your daughter, when I

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show your daughter, your daughter, there isn't a guy who can say that, look, my community is not immune from this fact that we are not getting seen. Anybody who are you? What are you Oh,

00:40:50--> 00:40:59

my God is your no feelings. If suppose I lost my daughter's No, you have a feeling. It doesn't hurt you. But I want to know, you have no feeling for my child.

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But unfortunately, it's a very sad thing to say that the Muslim is not interested in when

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people talk about doing our work. Let him carry on. But the community is not interested. They're interested in you almost is interested in you they want to convert to convert.

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You want to give

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you a nice, fluffy, but intermediate standard.

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He's got a nice view there. But

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he said

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that you must

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visit with that.

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salami

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we must lift up our hands and go up. Or

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whether you say you are loudly or silent.

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Man, we are busy, busy busy. You know, bashing each other as the slightest little slightest different, you want to kill one another. But the ocean in which we are getting absorbed, learning about wholesale. And now the Christians are also making inroads. nobody's interested nobody talks about it as if the problem doesn't exist, because it hurts us to think about it.

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But now,

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I tell you a lot. The guy is so receptive, you know, explain things to him. And by the time I reach Durban,

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you see the guy says Uncle, I never heard anything in my life before.

00:42:45--> 00:42:50

We were one below the proof. I said you see, am

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I speaking to

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my forefathers we're

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not introducing, we should be proud of the fact that Allah Allah made our forefathers to see the light and they have been freed from all the minor imagery.

00:43:06--> 00:43:15

So I said I'm Muslim, my forefathers, you see the bunya and me one nation look alike. We speak the same language,

00:43:16--> 00:43:18

same language, we eat the same.

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And we have the same surname

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Muslim,

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Muslim Patel, Muslim, si, si, Muslim, hula, hula, hula Muslim and Hindu

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Muslim.

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Every surname that you find among the Hindus you find among the Muslims What does it mean? It means that one time we will also all Hindus Why should you be ashamed of that should be happy that Allah tala show you that our ancestors had the courage of conviction to chain and how did that happen? Another story see sometimes Is that another story as you know, I come from the west coast of India, about Bombay there is a small core consumer. There is a tap the river running through the town.

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And sailing boats come to Sudan and they go as they were coming in going for hundreds of years at a trade is the appropriate place to barter for our Muslim cloth of turmeric of tamarind.

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And when prayer time came.

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One of them you know

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sometimes

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the guy starts shouting in there and the riverside I'm talking about few 100 years ago

00:44:50--> 00:44:52

is a la la

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la la should I be witness that there is no other object

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But Allah

00:45:03--> 00:45:08

Muhammad Rasul Allah said, I'm a witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.

00:45:09--> 00:45:10

Twice

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we have been 100 is only messenger is not God is not the Son of God. Don't make a mistake when the others have done they made the profits into Gods they made the heroes into Gods don't you do that five times a day we are Be warned. And Alhamdulillah that message has gone. Nobody said Mohamed Salah. Nobody says that he's allowed

00:45:34--> 00:45:35

only the Son of God. Nobody says

00:45:36--> 00:45:37

five times in Israel.

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Listen, if you believe in these two fundamentals that there is one God and Muhammad is His Messenger, then what is the message he continues to

00:45:50--> 00:45:51

come to prayer

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is to come to prayer.

00:45:55--> 00:46:07

Come to success. Because this is a success, that you remind yourselves about your duties and obligations towards your Creator, and your duties and obligations towards your fellow human beings. If you want to be successful, there is no other way in

00:46:11--> 00:46:11

a law

00:46:13--> 00:46:36

that applies to the greatest student, whether you come or not come, you are not going to lower him in his exaltation in His Majesty in his glory, he still remains to be in the final words of wanting to use La la la la, there is no other object of worship or other words, you can keep on worshiping your man or a woman gods are many gods. But remember this, that the only one only one who deserves to be washing his hands.

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This is the National Muslims.

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Now, Riverside, in Surah, my ancestors, they heard somebody wailing in the wilderness.

00:47:07--> 00:47:25

claim, man crying, something's gone wrong. So I says now my ancestors when we investigate somebody in trouble, and when they came there, you know, if these people were 101 guy takes the lead and 19 and four is ever half a dozen. One guy takes a lead in five forms. So the

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up and down, up and down, looking this way, looking that way, lifting up the hands.

00:47:35--> 00:47:52

In the finish the prayer, thanking the almighty for his many mercies and praying to Allah subhanaw taala make us successful in our business. And then when we are successful, when we return home, you want to find our family safe and sound. This is what the whole thing is about. And when they finished, they find the customers are ready.

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So my sisters, you know, we've been Yes, we are highly intelligent people, you

00:48:01--> 00:48:02

businesses,

00:48:03--> 00:48:04

industries, where's the more

00:48:09--> 00:48:11

common? Who's got?

00:48:13--> 00:48:13

Who's

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among the Hindus, the bunya. Among the Muslims, the Muslims admitted, admitted

00:48:24--> 00:48:31

that Allah has given the bunya Muslim, something a little extra with his mathematics, you know, that he didn't work out very, very easily, you know how to make profit.

00:48:32--> 00:48:34

The other guys don't know so well.

00:48:40--> 00:48:41

So

00:48:43--> 00:48:47

my bunya ancestors, you know, the ideal with these Arabs, they would usually

00:48:48--> 00:48:49

think up and down, up and down.

00:48:54--> 00:49:02

To see my ancestors couldn't be without having somebody in front of them in a statue or a picture. I'll show you something, because of my ancestors

00:49:04--> 00:49:04

to bring

00:49:06--> 00:49:07

what you wish.

00:49:09--> 00:49:11

The tree goddesses know than what God

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so the added explain is that we are worshipping the unseen God of the universe, who is beyond the imagination of the mind of man. We know he exists. We know he's real. It is not like anything we can think about imagine.

00:49:26--> 00:49:45

Not to be undone. By such logical reasoning. It's not like you, you wish to be a god you can't see you can't feel you can't touch not like you, you know you wish the sun. You know what the sun is doing for us. us as we worship the cow, we know what the cow is doing for us. You know, we worship the sea. We know what the sea is doing for us.

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But like you worship a God, you can't see you can't feel you can touch.

00:49:52--> 00:49:57

So they had a reason, with my insistence. The sun is one thing

00:49:59--> 00:49:59

the sun

00:50:00--> 00:50:00

No life

00:50:01--> 00:50:06

is there's no sun there's no life. But tell me now the grass

00:50:08--> 00:50:09

the assembly the chicken

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in the summer, you know, somebody made the sun

00:50:17--> 00:50:21

and the sun is doing his job following a loaner order.

00:50:22--> 00:50:55

So precisely that is working that we can you know through mathematics and astronomy we can predict the eclipse of the sun 1000 year from hence every eclipse of the sun you can you can look it up you can write it down and to the minute to the second and you can say that from Durban to be visible, but you won't be able to see to Johannesburg or you will be able to see from from Timbuktu but in southern Africa, you will see it Oh, you can work it out for a million years. And you know why? Because it's falling and low in order so precise so exact, more exact than the best watches on tourists.

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But can the sensei tomorrow said I won't come out?

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No. So the sun is believed. So we must have the

00:51:07--> 00:51:12

sea and the car is a fantastic animal. You know we moved back

00:51:14--> 00:51:19

our G the countdown makes that wonderful compost better than any any fertilizer you can buy.

00:51:21--> 00:51:21

creature

00:51:23--> 00:51:24

can make itself

00:51:25--> 00:51:27

in the cow say from tomorrow when you

00:51:28--> 00:51:31

select somebody made the car for your benefit, you must hang on

00:51:32--> 00:51:53

and on and on the C the C to C no without the C all the children that get washed into the ocean after every rainfall, it will ferment and you create gases, they'll kill all living things. But by the mercy of God, the gravity gravitation is churning out the waters digesting the food and the rubbish that might not kill us. The one who made

00:51:54--> 00:52:07

him. So between two planets, Tegan and Megan Megan saw the light and became musalman and children remain behind so I am the children of Megan and the children of sugar cousins

00:52:11--> 00:52:12

so you know

00:52:15--> 00:52:16

when I land you in Durban

00:52:18--> 00:52:22

previously Victoria Street in Madrid was now back in

00:52:23--> 00:52:23

stock.

00:52:26--> 00:52:33

And you come outside and you fondling mama God and you kissing my tiles, somebody coming along passing by say whatsoever, especially this guy being

00:52:35--> 00:52:38

in my car. So what follows is do we live in the sunlight have

00:52:40--> 00:52:41

people say

00:52:48--> 00:52:49

you see if you have to just

00:52:53--> 00:52:57

do that. But if you have to use my hands, it's my feet.

00:53:05--> 00:53:07

I never saw it in that light before.

00:53:08--> 00:53:13

But these are ways ways you can improve them explained to them and you entertain them.

00:53:15--> 00:53:38

You know there are certain common denominators between types and types of Hindus. You see there are two types of Hindus they call them the Aryan Hindus and the villages of Indians are the Tamils and the terrorists. They are actually the natives of India meaning the original people of India some 5000 years ago and our invasion of India took place my ancestors they invaded India 5000 years and the conquer delay.

00:53:42--> 00:53:54

Now, among them Ah, without this Hindustani and the people, they worship the same God, the feminine the telcos they worship different gods differently.

00:53:55--> 00:54:01

The hindostan is on the bunny as they specialize on Rama, Sita and Hanuman.

00:54:04--> 00:54:14

They call it the valley A day after the provisions the South Indians they call it a day before the Aryan people the Buddha is the bunny is m news diamonds.

00:54:15--> 00:54:17

You know why? He doesn't.

00:54:18--> 00:54:23

So, you know what, you see Rama? We both specialize in the industry and the more

00:54:25--> 00:54:27

you specialize on Rama, Sita and

00:54:28--> 00:54:36

of course, the South Indians on Shiva subramani, Ganesh and endless Allah cause

00:54:37--> 00:54:38

so as you know what,

00:54:39--> 00:54:40

who was this guy?

00:54:41--> 00:54:51

You know, according to the Ramayana, the Hindu epics of Rama Rama was a Prince of Persia, a kingdom in central India.

00:54:53--> 00:54:59

his stepmother had a couple of sons. And one day she did something very nice for the old man. Maybe again

00:55:00--> 00:55:03

Have a good massage. And the old man was really happy, you know?

00:55:05--> 00:55:09

When feels you know when you're old and somebody gives you a nice massage.

00:55:12--> 00:55:18

So the old man is elated. He says, look, darling, what do you want? asked me. And

00:55:21--> 00:55:23

so she says anything, he says anything

00:55:25--> 00:55:32

is thinking about diamond, gold jewelry, or a village or a town as a present, you know what you're gonna do?

00:55:33--> 00:55:36

So she says, No, not now. When the time will come, I will ask.

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So a few years later, when the time came that Rama was to become the Crown Prince, that in the absence of the king, he will become king and her own son position will be jeopardized. So now she remains the old man. He says, You remember one occasion, you told me that you're prepared to give me anything? So yes, you still prepare to abide by that said, Of course, I'm a man of my word.

00:55:58--> 00:56:14

So she says, Look, I want you to throw him out of the kingdom for 14 years. In the meantime, she knows a student will be out in 14 years, check him out. So I wanted to ask, you ask me diamond, gold jewelry, village town.

00:56:15--> 00:56:16

Land, what do you want

00:56:18--> 00:56:18

to ask?

00:56:21--> 00:56:35

But you said anything serious? But if you don't want to you don't? You said anything. So the old man got caught with his words. So he calls Rama. Look, my son, between me and your mother. This is a problem. I promised him

00:56:36--> 00:56:39

that and she wants me to accept you. And

00:56:41--> 00:56:45

I don't want you to compromise your promise if that is so I'm prepared to go

00:56:46--> 00:56:52

voluntarily. So Rama and Sita and lectron. Lakshman, Allah, whether they walk into the wilderness

00:56:54--> 00:56:58

in the wilderness, the killer of Ceylon rather than this Ravana

00:56:59--> 00:57:13

he sees the beautiful Sita Rahman is a darker skinned because you see the equator is passing over the ceylonese. See Holly Holly's, you know the Sri Lankan for millions of years, they are better than the people from central India.

00:57:15--> 00:57:35

He will be coming from the northeast in the sun is eating as at an angle and these dark skinned people The sun is breathing them all the time. So this bad skin follow this Ilan is Ron, he sees this beautiful Aryan girl like a mirage girl, like a sick girl. Like one of my daughter sees his beautiful thing. And he's enamored he wants to

00:57:36--> 00:57:39

he can go and grab some of these women is a sharpshooter, sharpshooter.

00:57:40--> 00:57:45

So he makes his brother This is the history. I read in the Ramayana, the new

00:57:47--> 00:57:47

epic.

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So Ravana the mix is brother by magic by mesmerism hypnotism will appear like a pack deal. And it goes in front of Rama and Sita. And when Sita sees it, she's tantalized, she wants the bath, she tells her husband.

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We start using the back and running up to the back. And when he gets a chance, when he goes outside, he shoots it, and the thing falls to the ground.

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So he goes up to the back, and it goes up to this metamorphose into a

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prequel.

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If someone is playing a trick, there must be a motive.

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See, dad's life must be in danger. So he rushes back to see if

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she's abducted by this guy.

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What do you need to do? So he goes in the Monkey Bar.

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This gentleman can the Monkey God.

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He goes to the Monkey God, in terms of movement, my father kicked me out of the kingdom.

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And somebody told my wife, would you help me?

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And harmar is a gentleman. He's also a gentleman.

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By all means, but you can't get with one hand.

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So since you helped me and I'll help you what you want me to do, come, come follow.

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Me and my brother, Who says that?

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The monkey Can you tell me and my brother

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and my brother has usurped my kingdom. So I want you to help me to get my kingdom back and I will help you to get your wife back. Okay.

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So the good news

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is, look, I'm gonna start a fight with my brother and deal and today.

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I'd like you to hear

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real deal and that is either you or me. He goes and makes an offer

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to settle this once and for all. Let's have it out.

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Whoever wins, it has a kingdom. that other guy knows it's stronger than this. Okay.

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But in the meantime, he told Rama Rama said I can fight with him if you shoot him in the back.

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So they start a fight. And during and after 15 minutes, half an hour, this guy comes back.

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For the next finish, this is looming between you and your brother.

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For the next round, I'm finished.

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Then I know that you are you and the other guys.

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So he goes for the second round with a hankie around his neck, and mentally shoots the other guy in his back.

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So he gets his kick, it takes his group of monkeys

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and go to prove the cause.

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You see here now you see, it's a bit far from the viewer. These are all monkeys fly there as opposed to being good. There is Blanca, this is ninja.

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Amanda Monkey God, this is Shiva.

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But this is the cause with a building between India and Ceylon. And it took us three rocks into the sea.

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And after five years, they attacked Lanka, Sri Lanka,

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and they killed Robin Cheetah, that is the biological

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celebration. So as soon as they came from Sri Lanka to India, that's Tamil and Tamil Nadu. So then commemorate Diwali festival of lights, happy that, you know, the God was able to get his wife back.

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Then a day later, the North Indians they started celebrating. And you see the difference? The reason why the South Indians first a day before and the Middle Eastern Indians are the North Indians in the region.

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Sounds very good story.

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And everything. They know there is nothing new. This is you know what?

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This great, seven questions in my mind. As you know, Rama is a God. He said yes. But as you know, he didn't know that the book was not a back.

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He's gone. But he didn't know that.

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And he's got but he didn't know.

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That's what it looks like. That's what the book says.

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is a God. But he wants to help a monkey but

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he is barbarian is a monkey

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in Congress.

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And you know, as as poorly as Paul had to wait to get his bypass.

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You see,

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maybe a helicopter or a boat. You know, he took the tacos just like that.

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Rama to confirm cures to Bill Cosby. I said didn t know how to make a raft.

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You know, these people that we are talking about

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5000 years ago, there was a civilization in Indus Valley. I went to Monte Daro and tax allowance and our pindi is out in round pindi taxila. There are excavation works very long. And there's a museum close by and visited around the 1950s. At that time, I was very much interested in whether

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it was just you know, casually, just to come and tell people I visited taxila from that point, I visited the place. And in the museum I saw gold jewelry as modern as today's jewelry made by my ancestors 5000 years ago.

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3000 years before Jesus was born, they had a waterborne sewerage. In taxila. They made muslin cloth, a Muslim project and put it in the palm of your hand.

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Did you know that Deadwood rose, is it possible? A nation are so civilized. They may go jewelry. They made Muslim talk, but they didn't know that they could float.

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As you know, in anthropology study of men,

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we learn that mankind knew that they would float long before he invented fire.

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You know the primitive man standing by the river.

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And he sees trees being washed away. And somehow the trees come somewhere nearby one of them and then he walks in and he gets onto the tree and he says carry his weight units floating and he's jumping say this is a nice feeling. He discovered the dead wood floats long before he discovered how to make fire. And yet

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he didn't know how to make

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it for years

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at the devil rather than the devil. The devil did it just like that.

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God 12 years.

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You might say if somebody

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To close to two minutes, if you have the power to bring the note on.

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If you have the power to wait, some of you like your mother, your sister, your daughter, you wait for 12 years to rescue.

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What is that? That is why can you imagine?

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Anybody steal somebody's wife? There's only one reason

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you see my forefathers they saw the light and extricated themselves

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or we have another experience. You see,

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the experience with Hinduism is so vast

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but if you look for opportunities, pass it on, pass it on when you pass it on, you actually prove it I mean, if you brainwashing him away from what he's holding on, because his mind reverse God, he can save his own life as somebody

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I had

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a couple from rudisha Orisha, they call themselves spiritualist when

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they came to the office,

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sometimes back

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and said now how many people come to find as a no, this is our priest, you know, he closed for Christmas holidays.

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He read from the Quran.

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You know, the birth of Jesus. And at the end of it, he said that, you know, this book

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speaks about Jesus and his mother in a mobile terms that anything could be found in the Bible.

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So

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when I was in Sudan, I was reading the Sunday Tribune, and in that there was an Edward and I wrote for the Quran, and I got it, which is huge. So that is where we got our interest transmitted and received.

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And we found these spiritualist Christians, they call themselves spiritualist, they don't belong to any other these are these Orthodox churches.

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There is so they were so good.

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That while I'm talking to them,

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they're very happy with my explanation. But they had an attitude towards all religion, that all religions are the same.

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And all religions are equal.

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They say all variables go into the ocean. And all the paths lead up to the top of the mountain. That's actually the

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center all of it was going to the ocean.

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All the paths lead you to the tropics to go on any path you

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see whether you take into ism Buddhism, Christian ism, communist, anything you take you leave it, what do you worried about? You don't have to become a Muslim, you don't have become this or that you just take any path, they do this. You'd be a good Christian, as you move

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up, you don't interfere with me, I don't interfere with you.

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So these people now are brainwashed with that type of idea. All religions are the same.

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And they are all equal.

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I am telling them all religions are not the same, and they're not evil. Why are you the more interesting question that we Muslims are very intolerant, he's tired. He's prepared to concede that Islam is equal to HIV, but I'm not prepared to concede that all are equal. Maura argued

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he was creating a bad taste in the mouth.

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Let's change the whole situation. So I'm telling them look, Have you visited a mosque?

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I will take you to the mosque and see you know how you use them spray and they can pick up the shoe. I won't go into details because the shoe I make will explain. Salah came out very impressed. Very impressed. As is now have you been into a Roman Catholic Cathedral is the next door. You know next was the drama scene is the Roman Catholic Cathedral. Is it Yes. So I said no. Muslims, you know how they're behaving their laws. You know what it looks like? You know what a Christian Cathedral looks like? Have you seen a Hindu temple? says no.

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So I took them in my car to mg Road near the table. Okay, now, this main station, just a few 100 yards from there is the largest temple in South Africa's

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largest mosque in the southern hemisphere. Durban the largest temple in South Africa. Durban Durban is unique.

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So I took them to the temple.

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People.

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But the Chinese ever seen one picture is worth 10,000 words submitted in honeymoon

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this is

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this is going

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to come.

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So one picture is worth 1000 words, let me take them

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on the same, let me hear from them out. So I took them to the temple, we also have to take a lot of shoes, we took them off, and we went into the main hall Hall like this, about the size. And at the end of the hall, there were three cubicles but before going to the things, I got the supervisor, so please, these are visitors from Asia, and they like to see what's in

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my mind is left to come get it from the horse's mouth.

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You must explain to me what is going on here, if you didn't like it. So we started

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from the left hand side with three cubicles

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left hand side.

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So in that room, then we see this big statue is the picture. But we see a statue.

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So who's this, this is this is the Son of God.

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This is the Son of God. So what's his name is his name is Ganesh.

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Outside, there was something like a block black, made of stone. So what is this is that this God is looking after that God

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like a guardian angel,

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you laughing? These are the gods of our ancestors.

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This is not a body of a man in the head of an animal.

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Come about how can a human being have an elephant.

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So the story is that you see, this is the Almighty God of the Hindus are we are coming to

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this.

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And this is what it

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is Shiva and his wife are

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not Shiva is God. But he thought of going and contemplating about God. So he's telling his wife seeking Commission's look, darling, let me go. I want to contemplate them. He's got very much to contemplate about boy. So it goes into the booze.

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This is Hindu mythology.

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So he goes into the Buddhists in the wilderness. And for five years he's away.

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No contemplating. And after 12 years,

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he comes home, and he knows his house. And they're outside the house. There is a young boy, Toby our old son of God, His son, he didn't know when he when he didn't know his wife was pregnant. So by the time we return, there's a young boy 12 year old is waiting their Soul Memory

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is a soccer ball is not to be removed.

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He's got the feeling

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to go. So she says he takes out his sword and chops on his head.

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He forms his son.

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So Parvati comes out

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so

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quickly

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response

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looking for the head

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and you've got his heartbeat across the seven seas. And of course the seven seas. The hunting for the head

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and the body is getting cold.

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Chris Barnett.

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So this is the sound God

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elephant head. This is how transplants

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must be about 4000 years ago.

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Now we come to the center, the center, the main object.

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You can't see too well here.

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You see this nice. It's good to see.

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You know why? Then you will appreciate

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that had it not been for Islam, your mother and your sister and your wife and your daughter would have been done with this.

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If Islam did nothing for you, but save you from gardening this hour to know what you're gonna pay for that just back this thing.

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Is the Almighty God.

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This is the big thing like this big column like this.

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You've had a crown on top of it.

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Some asking for the benefit of my visitors. I said, What is this? So is it this is the Almighty God?

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What's his name? His name is Sheila.

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Look, I know

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how many of you know? But that is my mother tongue and 40% of my language is Sanskrit.

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And I'm not I'm born in India, terminologies and all I know. So I'm asking the supervisor for the benefit of the lesions, as is what is Lingam?

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What is Lingam?

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jokes aside, this is not a

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mighty God and you laughing.

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This is not something we'll talk about. Tell us.

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So I had to put it in his mouth. So I said is that the main organ of procreation? said yes. All.

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You see if you want to see this word, you must get the Oxford dictionary. Li nga.

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Oxford Dictionary tells me it's a phallus. If you don't know what a fallacy is, look it up in the dictionary. It will tell you something else. And if you don't know that you have been wasting your money

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in something this thing was covered in a piece of cloth no no head I'm kidding. He's got no head. No, he's got the head.

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This is going to but I got no resistance got it. I said okay.

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What can you do? So I can see the head this is God

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whatever you put it in a pedestal.

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What do you call it? This pedestal only pilots? This is your need. Why would you

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look up the western Oxford

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Union

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please, jokes aside

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unique

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is that the female organ? He said yes. Oh,

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yes. Oh, God. Yes. Oh.

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These are the words of my ancestors, your ancestors, man.

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You must know, then you will be able to appreciate what Islam has done for you.

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Otherwise, you know you're ungrateful riches. The whole lot of us

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are grateful. Just pray five times a day you think you're

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done you think you're paid for

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what Islam has done for you who has freed you from this? Lingam, Yoni worship, what are you prepared to pay for that?

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She was born she

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was telling our daughters through this elephant.

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Lecture The devil was invested when he was a young man. I'm telling him I said Look, man, all those girls that are staying with you people that I am prepared to give you a free pass I will take you to the temple and bring you to the mosque and I lecture to you what goes on to explain to our daughters what you are bargaining for when Allah says Allah na they are inviting you towards hellfire.

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Whereas Allah is inviting to Jenna is mascara. Why you

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let them see one picture is worth 10,000 words. Not the time when she's running away. There is an animal is a machine.

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There's only can you say is the machine. So what is that daddy explained to her?

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She's not circumcised. So definitely let me explain to her your daughter. She maybe she's getting his baby.

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Is that the time to talk? Show them what it is. This is it stands for a new way of going back

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to Mexico next subramani south of southern India forehand who was

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another one another one

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of my ancestors.

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pictures here. Go below the timid don't get terrified or horrible.

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This is kalama

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chain of skulls.

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This is our bodies.

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This is Krishna. Gopala. Gopala Krishna. Gopal Krishna empowered Krishna, that cowboy Krishna. This is the Tao is a very powerful and he says God

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Same bar. Krishna, as I have, you know, you find some young girls, the Cow Cow bird goods in a girl's house, the police will notice

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about it.

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They will absolutely make it some of them. They put some scientists around them. But they were in the water. They let the Saudis outside. So Krishna takes them on to the trees, the trees with the Saudis.

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This is according to their Rama had the the.

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The key

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so the poor thing, you know, human beings, how long can you remain in the water? After

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the water becomes uncomfortable, or the pleasure is such they want to come out? They can't come out. They're naked. So they're telling Krishna says please, sorry to say no, you come out and I'll give it to you. So they came up with the, with the hands around the private parts. This is no, you take up your hands, and I'll give them to you.

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So they have to give up their hands. So they can get the size.

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This is all

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cause

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Islam is free. So now

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there are nine planetary chords

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representing the planet, you must use tables from tables, only There are nine planets. And if a husband or the wife will go for nine consecutive seven days with burning camper, going around offering coconuts, fruit money, and in nine weeks and the husband will get well.

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And the credit goes to the gods. I'm asking how many times we use it for nine weeks in your life, you will use it in your like minded.

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nature takes its course the bank gets the credit go to the God and the priest into foods.

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So when everything was over, coming out

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of a shoe laces again once more. So I asked him, I said now, you know what we saw here? I said this is right, over impossible to lose the Bible, God says I shall have no graven images before me. Not even the likeness of the things on earth or in the heavens above or in the waters beneath the seat for my name is Janice and I'm a journalist before me, Moses was right, this is right.

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I'm asking who is right

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as he was right then this is wrong said yes.

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This is now

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there is a formula What do you say that what do you say? So, that the answer in other words, the job is done. And you see one picture is worth 10,000 words. So explain like this

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have a look at this, this is it. And the other picture between the two you see a difference? Who can be right. So if this is right or wrong and that is right and that is right this is wrong. In other senses now

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this is how you know

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you can explain there are so many things you know clinically taking an idea idea this reincarnation business. How did that come about?

01:23:28--> 01:23:31

You see when my ancestors 5000 years ago?

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You said they came from Mesopotamia

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what is the modern Iraq? There were certain indo Germanic tribes according to the anthropologist 5000 years ago, and the grazing ground was getting too tight for them. So they started moving out what were not the other things out through the hybrid pass into India and one remains the one that went not at the Jones. This

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is the master race.

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And the swastika you'll find some swastikas here to your friends and swastikas in the Hindu Hindu pictures. Shoes. swastika swastikas swastikas

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what happens with a swastika?

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So

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Hitler had a swastika, you know that cross.

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And my Hindu cousin they also have swastikas. I was wondering what is this? Because the only time came they made this beautiful design and see swastika.

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Copy Hitler. No, they will not copy Hitler say 5000 years back. This was the emblem of the Aryans. The German Xavier, the Aryans, the master race, my cousins. Now, if I was not a Muslim, I would also say I'm an Aryan master race

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5000 years ago. You see we will want people to Germans,

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the Iranians and my opinion is we will win people

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5000 years of intermarriage with the Nordic people and the climate and the diet made the Germans what they are 5000 years of intermarriage with Indian people and the climate made by people with the the Iranian is the nearest one an Aryan or to be the Iranian. The Iranian is not an Arab is an Aryan. The XRP rally was mostly an area, the light of the

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sea, but he's also got a lot of blood, blood, the Iranian nation, but he is the nearest to what it ought to be. But basically, bone structure the My name is Tanya cousins, and the Iranians and the Germans are one ratio stop 5000 years back. Now when they conquered India, see they were alive the completion people and they walked into India is the source and the spirits. They walked into a town this is this is ours.

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And the people know this is the gods have come to take their inheritance, it's all yours pass

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our

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sword in the Spirit

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then

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that's 5000 years ago, they just walked in.

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Now my ancestors you know they were a very clever people who 5000 years ago I said they may go jewelry 5000 years ago with a million Muslims 5000 years ago

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when the white man was living in caves like animals, my ancestors

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What happened?

01:26:40--> 01:26:41

What happened

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to travel to the earth and see

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what has happened to do before you can accident NASA.

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Now the place again cou filler. Second accident, NASA

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can accident. Cafu again and again

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and see what has happened to those before you most of them. Most of them were unbelievers. COVID most of them were ungrateful riches. So see what happened to them learn a lesson from the lessons these people they were shipping the elements

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Rama Jimmy craft because he was afraid of the seagull

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he knew how to float you know, the seagulls might get angry. So

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we'll put you know rocks into the water you know the sea God can still step away and then to control us and the cost.

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See India such a civilized nation. They couldn't cross

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from Mombasa. But the Arabs gate and the Portuguese game and the French game and the British came in.

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They were not afraid of the seagull.

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Look, they were emotional.

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The reason but highly intelligent people.

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India is a land of teeming millions of them compared to themselves. They were perhaps 10,000 men, women and children,

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fighting people they conquer the land. Now

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they had the sense to know what Jesus Christ only said 2000 years ago, he told his people in the Garden of Gethsemane that he who lives by the sword shall die by the sword means the force of law is the thing that justifies your existence by force upon somebody is going to do away with you.

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This is not

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a means for justifying how I

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see my Hindu ancestors, the news, I

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said, you know, we must leave an intellectual bondage around these people, the Indians, physical bondage, because it is visible. Once you realize what it is you can easily find it like in Mozambique, 500 years the Portuguese ruled Mozambique

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when the African came to realize the Muslim So what makes this guy two rulers? He is not stronger than us. He's not more than us. Ah is this technology ha it is can also get the gun. So no, they won't let us have it. So China say we will let you have Russia say we will let you have it. They had their own reasons. So what the Portuguese had for 500 years they lost in 10 years. Once you know what it is that subjugating you.

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Once you see the shackles the bondage, you know how to break physical bondage, because it is visible it is more easily broken.

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My ancestors, they hold an intellectual bondage

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intellectually when you slave a man and slave a man, he is happy he is enslaved.

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So these are the people in India, the South Indians of Tamils and the telegraph the natives of the land, they are worshipping Siva, Siva

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Siva.

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is the God of ancient India, Siva. So my answers is that all these guys is a look, we worship the same God man, but we call him see what was the difference? You see, why is it Shiva?

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Well, you see Shiva when he wanted to make man he took the form of Brahma, and Brahma is the creator from his head, he created the problems.

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From his arms he created the rash was the warrior caste. From his stomach, he created the merchants and the farmers. And from his feet, he created the Untouchable, untouchable, teeming millions if you are to be the hewers of wood and the glass of water, you must carry a machine, you must video with dead animals, you must become a robot. That's your privilege.

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And if you do that job well, in the next life, you have a chance of becoming a farmer or a merchant. And if you're a good farmer and a good merchant the next time we're gonna record the warrior class and if you become a good match within the next month, once you are Batman, you don't have to be reborn.

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You see from there you merge with God you get Nirvana you become one with God and you move in universe

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for 1000 years it's working it's still working today you know that

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the intellectual you enslave people make them accept your theory once they accept they willingly your slaves. So coming from Berlin, okay. I see some Hindustani ladies from the way they are tired I can say that Hindustan is I can describe it but I know when I see an understanding of Tamil I know

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something about them the way they were the Saudis. So I stopped the car, a couple of ladies with some tool such from the car. It's a very nice tool Nakata.

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Sisters, we are using the thermal data so get inside. So the coil inside I start the car.

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So since they answered my question,

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I was 100%.

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Say I'm asking is the Laney to locata?

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What are you seeing the Maharaja?

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So the lady says

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you are neither fish nor fowl. What are you

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is a low cost. Among the

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many, this is already that, you know my forefathers they created all this to insulate up. Right?

01:32:39--> 01:32:42

They were fighting tooth and nail against me, this molecule.

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This is the beauty of an intellectual foundation. You see when you want to free the slave, the slave doesn't want to be free.

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So they invented all these things, to enslave the people.

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They did a beautiful job, but they went out and did it.

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But now it is our duty to free them from this bondage. The Christian is making inroads into the community, the guy is free for all.

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See, the reason why we are not getting converts is because we don't open our mouths we are too damn busy. I think ourselves in this ocean of Christianity in this ocean, we are also in an ocean of invasion. We are a minority of a minority. But we are not interested in propagating the faith. And the punishment for that is is there for you to see is a punishment of Allah. Allah doesn't come down from the heavens with the revenues and

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the thing that you value most your targets.

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says we are busy selling commodities.

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That is what the people are saying.

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Perfect. I'm asking when will you be perfect my son, my boy, Newton.

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I said God is the greatest Alan, you know, ask him whether he's perfect.

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Whether he's perfect. He said yes. As a

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man says yes and perfect.

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The Greek man in humility says man,

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me Allah have mercy on me. For me, this is every man whose man will tell you that. So when will you be perfect? When will you open your mouth? In the meantime, the enemy's gonna wait for you. Is he waiting?

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Look at the example of Olivia. And just have this they give you examples. the very people who are stopping you from doing propagation. They give you a beautiful example. But they can't see the natural consequence of the example they give.

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In the mosque. A great man from India is giving this beautiful example. This is you know,

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over pilgrim the last pilgrimage

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they were 110,000 us Havas.

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And I want to be a cream seller.

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So the minister was

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is asking them

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he says, Have I delivered my message to you? Has my message reach you? And they so in one voice they all said most certainly.

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So he lifts up his eyes towards heaven. Instead yeah by the tala up a witness to this, that I've been dealing with my message. And you my brothers

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that are present here pass this message to those who are upset, why not yet

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the message that you have received, pass it on to those who are absent. And the scattered throughout the world.

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of the 110,000 Muslims that were there, not even 10,000 liabilities.

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What happened to them? They would have been a flying saucer, what happened?

01:35:47--> 01:35:51

What happened to them? No, they understood the meaning of our

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spirit out throughout the world, they went to India, they went to China, they went to Indonesia, they went to Nigeria, they went as far as as far as Mozambique, they did the job.

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That's the example you've given them example, this is now you know what, you people must come along, you know, you're gonna have

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to fulfill that example.

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In some most some backward place in forward road, and you come there, and you know, we're gonna stay there for four days, we're gonna stay there for 40 days.

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The example is this spread out throughout the world, looking for who for Muslims, wanting to convert to convert it now.

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Where the arrows perfect. And asking me the perfect, you know, 75% of the follow via Russia, assassinated, you know, that

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just passed away, you know, before they can bury him. There was horrible going on.

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In the lifetime of Olivia cream seller, so he says, This is what he said.

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He will tell you, he said he said that, you know, people who don't come for Friday prayers, I feel like we need to hope. in his lifetime, there were Muslims who are not making joy. Is it possible? Of course possible.

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I'm asking, why would they go out to foreign lands? Whenever the answer was no, it was not.

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Maybe I should say deca and other Delhi, armies, both sides, Muslim azova. The killester.

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who kill him who said causes Christians to low Muslim?

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So what are you talking about perfection.

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I said, Look, my dear friend is killing my god is at home, we must do our best to you know, start start talking to the people bring them

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over and our salvation.

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In this ocean, if you don't do the job, willy nilly, you will get absorbed, we will lose to the Christians and we are losing

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our daughters we are losing wholesale today. The answer is changing the people before your Yo yo yo features can change, change. And with these words,

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very, very grateful to present a fee for creating this opportunity for me to come and share with you on the subject of Islamic Islamic

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I know the subject is very vast, and I can't say I have done very much justice to it, but I hope that this is the beginning to give you a start and when the inshallah if you keep on doing the job knowledge become more and more knowledge, this is how it comes.

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Mr. Director for the beautiful discussion, we can see that you are watching your time your watch and

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and a subject like that I know you can go on the whole night. But from what has been said Mr. Dida as all his lectures will allow a few minutes It is late. If anybody wants to ask any questions or like to clarify any point just allow a few questions in the time that we have.

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Is it possible that Rama and Krishna though they may have been transformed into the gods could have been maybe prophets at that time so

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you know, in the Holy Quran, we are made to accept this principle. Every nation has had a guy when in Manila fantasies, and they never was a people without a wanna use a prophet being seen. And again, in the Holy Quran, Allah says, will equal a common heart and to every nation and guide. This is his Mo. If Allah tala is not partial, with regards his material gifts to the sinner and the same he sent them, his reign is fresh. It is sunshine on everybody. Why would he deprive Any question?

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People from Israel blessing guided

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reasoning is not you should you wouldn't?

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Then what about these people? Is it possible that they could have been men of God? I believe it is possible

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from this experience from the Christian Bible. You see in the Christian Bible, which is Jewish and Christian, both put in what they call the Old Testament, the New Testament, you read about certain prophets in this book.

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You read there about rootedness. Allah has a la sala.

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In this book, they tell you that he, his daughter seduced him night after night.

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Lutheranism he committed incest with his daughters, and he made them pregnant. You believe that?

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Would you believe that?

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Because that tells us our principle is that every profit we say is same less. Every profit is in less, and other groups and so on. We say he was a prophet of God. If he was a prophet of God, his sin less Could he be cohabiting with his daughters in beginning foster children from them?

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books so have it not been for the Koran, justifying the EU that Islam was a messenger of God, would you have believed that he was a prophet? Would you imagine committing incense with his daughters? No.

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He said no. He said, The Quran is testable is Allah be sinless? But the Bible tells us tells us that he got drunk and he was lying naked, you believe that?

01:41:35--> 01:41:43

Has a pseudo Monalisa you believe in this but his father now? You know he goes and commits adultery with

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Bathsheba according to the Bible.

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And we had the guys the woman's husband killed. Murder. You would you believe that he was a prophet of God. No. Allah says he's Allah. We believe. Allah says sinners, we believe he was a sumo wrestler. He had 1000 wives and concubines 1000 1000 and in his old age, he made a temple for the worship of idols for his wives. You believe that?

01:42:12--> 01:42:17

Jesus Christ, you read the Bible, he answers his mother, as women, whatever you do with you.

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Is that how you talk to your mother? Do you expect a prophet of God to talk to his mother like that? And he described himself as a wine, wine bibber and a gluttonous eater. And ever and again, according to the Bible, is ever you know, abusive to his people, their use of his people. This is your generation of vipers, new snakes, you hypocrites, you fools, You wicked and adulterous generation haram Coco, you expect a profit.

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On that evidence alone, we would have rejected 100% all the profits mentioned in the Bible.

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Elaborate Allah says

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assume in a similar way except

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except that the profit in the stories are false and the stories about them are false. So, similarly, about Rama, you know,

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about Krishna, he could have been a Buddha.

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But these are stories around you know, certain personalities, exaggerated fairy tales and all. So, I would be charitable, I can say that the profits could have been good men could have been chosen by one because this was long before I

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was born. But as the stories are woven around the profits of the bunnies rain, similar thing can also happen to the profits of the audience. So from that Coronavirus, now, as the stories I told you as we say now, look, these are applications you know admissions, fruits are being added, like this Hanuman follow

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the Monkey God, see my neighbor environment, Mr Naidu of the divine life society, a little older than myself.

01:43:55--> 01:44:06

This man who invites investment to his home for a cup of tea, as soon as I build my house, he calls me. So I go along, sit down in his library, and he had more books on religion than in the Gandhi library

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in Queen Street. So when I saw those books, and being in the divine life society, I'm asking him, as you know, Mr. Naidu, this Halima?

01:44:19--> 01:44:24

I said, was he a animate creature you know flesh and blood or was he a Machine Robo

01:44:26--> 01:44:30

says no, he was enemy, something like that flesh and blood

01:44:31--> 01:44:34

as it was he alone by himself or maybe a wife and children.

01:44:36--> 01:44:37

He also had wife and children.

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So what happened to

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us is you know what, today in India we have hundreds of different breeds of monkeys.

01:44:47--> 01:44:59

But there is not one from one breed. This breed is not there in India is nothing. There are this is like an apple like a Hercules. Nothing like that. But with a monkey face and with a tail and a monkey.

01:45:00--> 01:45:07

Not like the vervet monkeys you find in the boom of Bushido the little thing? No, this is like a giant Apollo Hercules like that, for that same

01:45:09--> 01:45:22

type of thing. Or like that Tiger seems to carry big rocks and, you know, put into the ocean, the little monkeys, you know, while they were throwing those little stones in there, those little monkeys like the vervet monkeys, still the cause we wouldn't have been completed. So, you need somebody.

01:45:23--> 01:45:32

So, asking now, what happened to them? Mr. Naidu, what happened to them? I says, you know, we have a written history in the 5000 year old.

01:45:33--> 01:45:40

So, if a flying saucer came into them away, it was actually after morphol and destroyed them all. They know something.

01:45:41--> 01:45:44

Mr. Naidu, I want you to do me a favor. I will look it up.

01:45:46--> 01:45:47

And look it up

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after a month and visit him again. Mr. Naidu

01:45:52--> 01:45:56

Did you find anything? Not yet a loafer

01:45:58--> 01:45:59

Diwali comes along.

01:46:00--> 01:46:02

So Mr. Naidu, Did you find anything?

01:46:03--> 01:46:07

He says no. I says, You know what? I said there was no such thing

01:46:08--> 01:46:09

as a human reader.

01:46:10--> 01:46:18

So but my book says it can't lie. I'm not telling you a lie, is not lying. But there was no such thing as monkeys.

01:46:20--> 01:46:41

To say that, I said, you see, if there was such a thing, they would be in the front of our eyes all the time that these are the monkey gods that help our God again and again, you every time you see is this alarm, oh, god, this guy's God's wife. You can never forget every time you see them, these are the benefactors of our God.

01:46:43--> 01:46:47

But there's no such thing. You know, why? Because there was no such thing. But what about my work?

01:46:49--> 01:47:13

is not like I said, you see, I am an Aryan nation, we are the Aryan nation, as Muslims is comes from nothing. But to him that sort of my nation is an Aryan nation, the master race, and we will looking down upon your people, as one or as one or as means monkeys. Like the African because the African booja

01:47:14--> 01:47:23

booja booja means baboon. What is Baba means monkey, you ask him to bring his gardening for you. So we will go into mindfulness. And the Buddha was talking about the

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future. Similarly, re recording up but

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monkeys.

01:47:32--> 01:47:36

So Rama goes to one of your people, nice people.

01:47:38--> 01:47:39

One of your chiefs

01:47:44--> 01:47:51

look bad mark, somebody, my father kicked me out of my kingdom. And somebody told my wife, I want you to help me.

01:47:52--> 01:47:57

He's happy to have you give me a helping hand. I'll also do that. So he takes his book of monkeys and they build a causeway.

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And they go and get themselves killed. And they did the job. They retrieve Sita

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but not in the mind of Rama. This is his mediamonkey about the guy. They had their own food, their sleep for 12 years free of charge.

01:48:13--> 01:48:14

You know, they're such good people that

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they did the job. So in the minds of the arrogant

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us the messages for nothing, everything, his food, his labor, everything, he did the job. And when he went into balance when he got killed, for what? For a foreign race since then we make movies out of them. So that's what the wise men wrote. This is this

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is Bobby Jones, you know, the Old Kingdom governor. He was like this and like that, and he did and he brought his people into work like lightning. So now the artist there are no photographers there. So the artists now he says man

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button a little one of us like the one in Burma Bush, they can

01:48:55--> 01:48:56

say he was given a big

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bite size, everybody

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didn't say but he was a one ah. So, the face is the one.

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But there was no one around that you

01:49:15--> 01:49:18

every learned man as I said in the absence of

01:49:20--> 01:49:28

another theory, you have to accept my theory that this is that you are the only man breed in the minds of my people even now.

01:49:30--> 01:49:33

He looked down upon the Hindustan, Hindustan feminine

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so things like this can happen, you know, over a period you had frozen you put you know, give the guy a monkey face and then you give him a tail, and all that. But all these things didn't exist. These are the tables and chairs. They're made monkeys.

01:49:54--> 01:50:00

Freedom from that freedom and feeding them is benefit for us. You're free actually freeing yourself.

01:50:00--> 01:50:01

By putting them

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once we allow them to be christianized

01:50:06--> 01:50:09

tell you in the restricted, they have worse at the moment they are

01:50:10--> 01:50:12

talking about your competitors in the legs

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as different and talking about the ordinary man, the ordinary, he will tell you the name of the pillar, the governor, the Modi, he has no respect for him. As soon as his Christian is finished, now he wants to make this in your head. Now he knows you can go to hell.

01:50:29--> 01:50:39

Ask him, and I'm telling him when he agrees to ask your father your grandfather is still alive, that if he needed five pounds in the good old days, and there's a Hindu shopkeeper and there's a Muslim shopkeeper, who will you go to?

01:50:40--> 01:50:44

visitation is he'll go to the Muslim support for pasola. But

01:50:47--> 01:50:57

you can say no, here's the thing. Why don't we, you know, use that respect to women and make them instead of waiting for our daughters to convert them. Why should we put

01:51:02--> 01:51:10

them in Chatsworth, Devon, devotees have gathered in the temple grounds to profess their faith in their religious profession that will assume a very ancient and unusual

01:51:13--> 01:51:13

manner.

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Chi is a representation of the presiding deity the mother goddess Shakti is decorated with fresh flowers while the priest attends to the time of specialist amulets on the devotees of

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the amulets have been imbued with the power to provide protection from injury and harm, and the forthcoming events will present numerous possibilities for severe physical injury.

01:51:44--> 01:51:59

The priest sanctifies, the area where the test of faith will take place, this level stretch of ground will soon be transformed into a shimmering carpet of fire. And as proof of their ability to receive divine protection. The devotees will attempt to walk across the fiery embers on their bare feet.

01:52:20--> 01:52:25

The preliminary fires are lit, the musicians begin their rhythmic bugs or religious songs.

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The tempo increases and as they seize by some invisible force, the devotees become oblivious to their surroundings and enter into a state of hypnotic trance.

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These are temples speaking Hindus, people whose forefathers originally came from India southern provinces, they follow this upside as the oldest known version of the Hindu religion, to God's load seems to be the omnipotent supreme law of the universe.

01:52:51--> 01:53:01

But Shiva is worshipped in many forms and he's given many names, for example, Ganesha, but nevertheless, they still regarded as different manifestations of Lord Siva himself.

01:53:02--> 01:53:06

The great sidelight St. Monica bachata. In September lyric,

01:53:08--> 01:53:24

wrote that socialism began in prehistoric times, and the religions claimed to be the world's oldest surviving pathway to God remains undisputed to this day. The majority of South African Hindus are generally speaking and followers of cybers. But only a very orthodox law practice ritual such as this.

01:53:25--> 01:53:38

The simplified reformed versions of the religion have become more popular. But nevertheless, these ancient almost timeless manifestations of scientism are still highly respected, even though they're not always fully understood by the devotees.

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The ritual preamble to the actual firewalking is all consuming. The conventional world in its ways have no relevance here whatsoever.

01:53:48--> 01:53:54

As the dance continues to fire walking sight is symbolically clarified, cleared of evil influences and dark forces.

01:53:58--> 01:54:02

The feet to those who will later walk across the fire are blessed with holy ash.

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More prayers before the actual fire is lit. An important requirement all the devotees will attempt to cross the flames on hand is that they've had to maintain a strict schedule of meditation and prayer during the preceding few weeks, and adhere to a purely vegetarian diet. vegetarianism is regarded to be essential. It's believed that it not only keeps the body clean, but that the mind and spirit are freed from harmful influences and allows for closer contact with God or Lord Siva.

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The first test of endurance and no blood, no pain whatsoever.

01:55:50--> 01:55:59

What does all this mean? Magic mind over matter, a primitive ritual without purpose. And besides what is all this to do with religion,

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it must not be judged purely by appearance or on face value. There is something far deeper and more meaningful behind this fusion of noise and activity, the steel pins and the music and the dance and merely the outer fabric of an intensely spiritual goal.

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This is not religion. It is nothing more than a tiny external example of Hinduism deeper meaning