Asim Khan – Thrown in a Well – Episode 06

Asim Khan
AI: Summary © The segment discusses the meaning behind actions and actions in Arabic language, including the use of words like "bitch" and "bitch" to describe actions or events. The use of "over until we win" in Arabic language is reference to a man in the US, and the importance of affirmations and affirmations in Islam language is emphasized. The segment also touches on the emotional toll of the J im laser on J im laser and the emotional toll of the J im laser on people. The speakers emphasize the need for people to confirm their definition to avoid confusion and confusion.
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MB mursaleen the Vienna Mohammed in Nevada he was here trying to mama van Somalia cannot live or go to their sisters. But as if you could come to Ford and Sharla try and come Can you close too close to us as possible?

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Okay, we get inshallah, to the continuation of the feud of sort of Yusuf Ali Salam.

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I'll begin with one correction,

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which is Pamela was a mispronunciation of one of the words in last thoughts where the COVID Islam says call in Nila Sunni and have ob he doesn't have to be the viewer to listen to the recording you'll notice as a mispronunciation there might want to ask a lot of Forgive me, just to make that clear now in sha Allah, today, we will be covering verses number 1617 and 18. After we do that, they will also be some analysis of a martial law, which will Charlotte tried to take is going to be very difficult to cram in in the time but Charla, we asked him to help us in that. Let's start with the recitation Sharla.

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rubella, Amina Shea banyuwangi Bismillah yo yo.

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in the

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US who want to lock you

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a woman

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mini learner

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saw the

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UI be damning then

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Okay, this will our other human hamdulillah Ramadan Amina Serato, surah, Maharashtra, Colombia, masa, Nina Pina, Mohammed in the Osaka Japan. So the part of the story we've got to now is that the brothers they've done the evil deed, they've ditched usefullness ROM and the bottom of that well, and after they've done the deed, now they've got to face the consequences.

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So the next verse, Allah subhanaw taala, cut the scene from leaving us with a tsunami in the bottom of the world, informing him that through revelation that they will come a time that will not be unknown,

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that you will not stay in this world you will come out of this world. And you know, amazingly you will be the one who will be informing them about what they did to. After that. Now the scene cuts to the brothers watch.

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Manisha yakun, Allah says that they came to their father. And then Allah mentioned a particular time that they came to the Father and a particular state that they came in as well. They came to the Father number one and

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at the time of very sharp. Okay, so last part of that I wanted us to focus on the time that they came that they came at a shirt and what time it is a time basically, when the the glow of light in the sky that is left after the sun goes below the horizon that disappears or begins to disappear. So meaning is very dark now. They chose that time to come back to their dad. And when they did you have a cone that came back to him? Yeah, Bakun crying. Okay, now are these realities? Are they really crying about what they did?

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Yes, that is called crocodile tears. not real. It is fake tears. You know. And Pamela, you know, for some people when they read this

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if it hadn't been for movies,

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some people would never have known that it's possible for somebody to make themselves cry.

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Fake tears, you know, because we see it so often in the movies or somebody is able to make themselves cry about something that's not even true. had that not been the case, then, you know, you'd be surprised to hear that they're crying, they fake crying, they can make themselves play. How is that possible?

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There's a word choice here as well the last part that I use, which is what?

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They came using the word, job. Okay, we spoke about this in the episode you are seen, as opposed to saying,

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okay, does anyone remember what the difference between the two was using to say, he or they came instead of saying a TA, which could also mean he came, mentioned it, and sort of the same, anyone remember the difference?

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It's going back.

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he said, that has this connotation of coming with some hardship, some challenges some obstacle, as well. is like coming with ease. Like Allah Subhana. Allah says, either not through law he almost says that his help meaning the conquest of Makkah.

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It came I mean, that help from Allah came after how many years 13 years of struggle in Makkah. Eight years of war in Medina came after many struggles.

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As for another version, sort of naturalness is utter and rumor that the other from a lot came meaning the Day of Resurrection and everything that will take place. It just came meaning for a lot it's effortless on his part to make all of that happened without a terminal. So here Allah used what are

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the size heavy, they came with heavy hearts, they did something horrible, terrible difficult. It was difficult upon them. They came to the Father at that time, and they were crying false tears. Interestingly, in Arabic, there's actually a word for fake crying is called tabacky. Turkey and tabacky one refers to root is yakun. But the meaning here is effect is an Arabic that's the word for fake tears. tabacky like there's a word for fake to work. Did you know that is the word cool which means real conviction of the heart in relying on something

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and fake to occur to cool is the word for fake to a girl in Arabic amazing the richness of the Arabic language. So hey, Allah said there was crying fake tears and they came to the dad at nighttime.

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Now the question here, my brothers and sisters is what's the significance of telling us that they came in? They came to the data at nighttime I mean, what's that got to do with the story the plot that what do we learn from the fact that Allah said you know what, from all the details that happened, focus on this that they came to the Father Elisha and

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at the night time

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so what do you think about this? Why this time?

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Why not the data

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is very good.

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The brother said, because it's difficult to read the faces at night times dog you know, they're guilty as * they're gonna come and tell that that we had nothing to do with a wolf agent. And it faces I mean, come on. They might give it away coming at nighttime to hide the facial expressions and also the eyes can be read someone's lying you can look in the eyes sometimes you can tell us about this person. I don't think he's telling the truth. So we will come at nighttime obscure you know my face my eyes make it difficult for that to read me there's actually a second reason as well.

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Second reason I think I have it here. Oh, you know this

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they waited until night time in order to throw us in the well because you know when the cover of night it's easier to do crime easier to do sin why because number one obviously less people around but more importantly nine times with it brings with itself you know, any this type of feeling human beings experienced more inclined to do wrong things you know, if you go outside I was thinking about the other day you come back from work. Well, the way people drive at nighttime. Wow. Everyone told me to Jay's not

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driving around like crazy. It's just the only difference is the nighttime

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More crimes of an unknown time true or not? Yeah, this is another reason given by the scholars that are nine times easier to commit sin and crime and that is our allies drawing our attention to look they came at nighttime

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then the last powder said orlu

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in the

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vehicle water rock used to find them at

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the moment maynila Auto conocida clean okay now they're gonna start explaining themselves to death the crime already the dad is already seen them and he's thinking what's going on here? First of all look how late they've come. Secondly they all crying with use of or they can they say our Father in the Havana indeed we went Nestor vehicle then we began to have a competition here meaning we competed amongst ourselves we had a we had a game you know someone's gonna say they were having a race for example with one another others got it said that they were you know, playing archery whatever it was they say in the habit and so we were playing amongst ourselves What are you sofa but

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we left Yousuf Anga materna with our without matar. mutter our belongings that you enjoy. So the thing that you know, we were playing around, we had a game, and you know, we got to change into our gear, we got our clothes, we got our coats and all the rest of it, we left all that matter with use of to look after what's what can I use to learn the matter, you know?

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And what do you know that

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the thing that you said may happen? Exactly that happened for a color and not even passing a wolf ate him? For color? Who else? The wolf that was talking about around the world.

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He is very intelligent. You know, and there's so many indications there that they're lying for color.

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Woman, antebi mcmillion, Lana, and before we even let that speak,

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that is to say over until we win, you know, you're not going to believe us. And we're going to have a man in US meaning in what we're saying.

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Sorry, may have a man in us as people. Okay, once we knew that one out could not solve the pain.

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wallow could not solve the pain means, as even a miracle law said, even if we were telling the truth, you wouldn't believe us. So you're not telling the truth? Which one is are you telling the truth?

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If we were telling the truth, you wouldn't believe us? Who says that?

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If we were to trigger believers, so So how are many indications here that Something's fishy something sinister. Now before that even gets a chance to address them. They say something else.

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is he telling Kevin

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in our show says this part now that they're going to say that happened rather, is in a state of *, meaning whilst they're talking to dad and telling him you know that this happened, we went we played a game and we left you surf and you know, the wolf came and ate him while still telling that they bring out the shirt. Well, Joe, Allah pamesa he obviously he his shirt, useable shirt, so some way

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you know, before they throw him in the well, they actually took off his shirt. And as he was

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swimming away you before you didn't say by the way to give us your shirt. You don't need that anymore.

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It took off his shirt and then they they put blood over there. Some scholars said it was a blood of goats they got a Goku to go go the blood totally over solo soprano Donna says we're gonna be doing Kevin that it came it was bloodied. And now blood was Kevin was a lying blood.

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How are they aligning blood because the blood was real, right? It's not fake blood as such is real blood. Then how or why is it been described as a lying blood?

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That blood

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very good, because the blood is not that of who they claim it to be to see they're making a claim this is his commies his shirt and his cause blood on it. Now law saying no. They came with the communists which had lying blood wasn't his blood.

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Then jacobellis from speaks and please pay attention to what he says it is a phenomenon

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his most beloved son some

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Thing terrible's happened. He doesn't know what's happened. He doesn't know that they've thrown him into a well, he doesn't know that. For all he knows they could have killed him. Yeah, he doesn't know what's happened to his son. And he's done it. His other sons, his sons have come and they've told him this. He doesn't believe them. He says, Carla, well, first of all been meaning, I don't believe you here. And rather the case is this. So wallet Lagoon, and also come across Panama. So wallet

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and full circle that yours you have beautified your souls have beautified this for your own self, your souls and beautify this for your own self. What does that mean? This word still wouldn't come from this wheel. This wheel is now sure I think I've written it here is to make something you desire.

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Face ceiling to your own soul to make something you desire, fear seeming to your own soul. It means that, you know, like, when people want to do something bad, something evil, they try to justify it to themselves for the day, right.

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So, if for example, I remember when I started working

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there is a big pharmaceutical company, which a lot of my friends used to work for us, I work for them as well and they used to pay for your travel.

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If you traveled by train, they pay for your travel by train, if you travel by car, they wouldn't pay they so I met some of my colleagues after I think six months of working there. And in conversation, it was brought up that all of them claim for travel. So how do you claim to travel you guys go buy a car, right? They said no, we tell them that we came by train. So come on, how can you do that? It's not right.

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They said what do they say? Everyone does it bro.

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Everyone does it. This is the sweet

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beautifying it to your own self just trying to justify another example another working example. I think it's probably many of you that work

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will appreciate this example Allah forgive us for this brother comes to work late or will come to work late

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What does he tell himself? You know I shouldn't be coming to a bar they don't pay me enough anyway. Don't pay me enough Anyway, you know? So does it make you right if they don't pay you enough that you come to work late? They have is robbed because you accepted that they don't pay you enough. Is that really right?

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No, that's not right. But why are you saying it but it's so worth it Look how much was committed just justifying it take for example the way any Muslims in the UK are being treated right now

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demonized, made a target by mainstream politicians as well as media.

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And the way they speak about Muslim is always like, you know, those Muslims is the other is us and then you know, they backward ways they trouble with extremism they etc, etc, etc. And then on top of that, then they begin to discriminate. Okay, on top of that, then they begin to

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you know, mistreat the Muslim community by way of legislation or by way of, you know, defamation of the, you know, scholars speakers, etc. But the way they managed to do that evil of discriminating against the Muslim community was by dehumanizing them speaking about them as if they're that other group.

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You see, so they dehumanized Muslims before they discriminated against him. And that process is like, it's like, well, so let's look a month when they start talking about about Muslims, what they say, yeah, it's alright. You know, they got they got their problems, you know, because extremism and XYZ it Ah, so you're justifying why you're discriminating against them. This is just your own beautification. It is not even true. Okay. So here jacobellis salami saying, You know what, I don't believe you. And secondly, all of what you've just said here, all this whole Hocus Pocus story. It is just you beautifying your for your own cells, meaning you done something terrible. I don't know

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what it is. But the way you've done it is you've basically made usefulness and I'm into next to nothing. And then put on top of that many excuses. And all of that is just beautification. Look at what you said. The way he said his voice had been so volatile, and for So come on, brah. He said, this matter

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what matter

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This using camera instead of saying, you know, it's like saying this matter that you've done your beautified if we own cells, he's making an ambiguous because he doesn't know what it is. But whatever it is, this is the case regarding it. The other thing is, there's a there's an interesting linguistic point is Oh,

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he said, Mr. Animal, he didn't say I'm wrong. He made it in the natural form. Yeah, he said, Mr. Ah, when you use that, it gives this extra added to of him. It's like an exclamation mark. At the end. You don't have an exclamation mark at the end is like putting forth a statement statement. But someone that's local and Fusco Amarok is really emotion as Paula is really feeling the pain when he's talking to his sons. And that's the last thing he says. What he says next, he's saying to either himself and to Allah soprano without, okay, what do you say next? For Saba rune Jimmy

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and so a beautiful sub A beautiful patience. That is what will be for me now. And even for Southern Jamil, you know, it's not a complete sentence. The complete sentences for slavery Southern Jimmy Hoffa Emery in our southern Jimmy, but you know, when you're very emotional, and you can't really finish your sentences of truth, like you see on the news, sometimes the parents have the last child, you know, the making a plea, and they just, you know, they're on the verge of breaking down, they can't finish their sentences. It's so emotional. And so Paula jacobellis ROM is really feeling you know, this trauma and all he can say Spanner two words for sovereign Jimmy, what is sovereign Jamil?

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First of all it is problem solver. Patience is saying I'm going to exercise patience now, but I'm going to make it beautiful. I'm going to make it Jamil

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so they are sober and then this making that suffer even more beautiful, the perfection. And that even Tamia Allah said is Bella Shaka no complaining no whining, no moaning. I'm not going to go around to everyone in my community and saying, you know what happened to me?

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Man, my son, I don't know where he's gone. He's been gone for one week now. I don't know where he's gone. What can we do? Two years later, he's still owning is still wanting to the people. You know, do you know my pain? You know what I'm going through? Terrible. I can't explain to you the pain, I feel.

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No, he's saying all of that. Never ever gonna say that to anyone. And that is how I'm gonna make my sub. Jimmy. And that's amazing.

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That's amazing. To say that you know what, I'm going to have supper and I'm not going to complain to anyone whatsoever. I'm going to go to the shrink. I'm not going to go to the counselor. I'm not going to go to anyone.

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I'm not going to complain to anyone. But the thing is at the end of the story, he says what our school shows me in a law he says that I complain of my husband to Allah mice my sadness to a lot. So I've been taking off from Allah says the southern Jamil

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it is when someone refuses to complain to anyone else except Allah. So he vents his sadness, grief sorrow to Allah. And if somebody was to do that it doesn't negate having sovereign God for several Jamil

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while long masala toasty phone, I'm going to explain this statement and we'll ask a question in Sharla it's a difficult question. But do you ever get the question right? We have this prize here.

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is a perfume previous from Yemen and Mashallah is very nice one. So we have against this question right inshallah we'll get this price. So the last statement of jacobellis alarm is one long word Mustang. Allah Moto Z for

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a long time Dara is Tiana is to seek help. Okay. Who is he going to seek help from? Allah subhana wa Tada. So it says Allah Most most Stan is the one whom you seek help from? Who is that going to be for jacoba Islam it's a law regarding what exactly to opinions if there are issues that are they say, I'm going to seek help or a law in order to help me have several Jamil Yeah, oh, I'm asked I'm seeking help from a law that useful Islam we'll come back to me

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that useless now will be found and you will come back safe and sound.

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I'm just how am I doing the executive

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With my heart. Yeah, that's all. Yeah, I can't do anything else. So it says allow Masala Dosa foon. About that which you are describing meaning. I don't know exactly what's happened to my son. I don't know exactly what the truth is, but I know that you're not telling me the truth.

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And all I can do now is have sort of, that's all I can do. And Paula, we're going to speak about this more later on. But we said there's three types of suburbs. The Suburbs with regards to mark do

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not move.

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suburb number one regarding things that you have no control over, what do they do door meaning a lot decreasing for you and there's nothing you can do about it.

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Except sub.

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Then there's the submarine staying away from things that are haram and then the sub regarding things that you need to do oblige religiously upon you. So what is happening here?

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First one, Allah decreed this will happen to jacobellis salam, and he can't do anything about there is no way you can go and find us. He doesn't know where he is. The brothers have gone crazy, you know, the sons are going crazy, there is no way you can get through to them. There is nothing you can do, except some of the amazing things about Allah is that you know, this realization that you know what, I can't do anything. Let me just have supper. It comes after some time, but he doesn't.

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Usually people take their time and Okay, now let me have some. But when it happens, usually people don't they don't like that. You know, they lose themselves. They begin to complain. And so Powell are the ones who was the lady standing in the graveyard.

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a loved one passed away. I think it was a son. And she was young. She was crying. She was waiting. And no, she wasn't ready. She was crying. That you've been the person who came to know how do you say Buhari? And he said fair, a lot of solid. She never realized it was she turned around and said, Do you know who that was? been the situation, this wouldn't happen to happen to me.

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The person just walked off. Then a man came to her and said that was an OB fertilizer. Then she regretted and she went to his house and she waited and she apologized. And the processor said that a Sabra

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is at the first strike of the calamity here are in the solid metal oola when the actual calamity strikes,

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that is when you're supposed to have that sub, at that moment, is supposed to control yourself and absorb that loss. And that's exactly what COVID is not in the moment. They told him. This is what happened to your son.

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For sovereign, Jimmy. I mean, that's an amazing level of demand. Now, the question my brother is this,

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even though there's nothing jacobellis mom could have done, physically,

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he did do something inwardly, inwardly what he did was alarmist on his heart was actively seeking the help from Allah subhanho wa Taala true not

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true, not they. So, based on that, we can say that the actions of the heart

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are far greater in number than the actions of the limbs.

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The actions of heart are far greater number than the actions of the limbs household.

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Who can answer this question?

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Let me give the answer now. Sharla. Will long, Stan,

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the act of seeking help from a loss of power No, Darla in the case of jacobellis that I'm here is an act of the heart, do you agree or not? Yeah, the heart is acting is exercising, you know, hoping and seeking help from Allah. The mouth is doing nothing, hands are doing nothing. And the thing is, in this situation, the road for action of the hands has come to an end. true or not, for several Jamil meanings, our current activity physically do anything anymore. So when the end of the road came for the arm of the jury, the limbs, the road of the heart and arriba continued on

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the Do you see that? That he can, he couldn't do any better from his limbs but my heart can Studer burden you a lot. And the way you will do is it will have support for your sick my heart. And secondly, my heart is actively seeking your hope last pinata, and art is amazing. And this partner shows us the end the bird is comes both ways, from the limbs and the heart and both of them are connected many times but

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Sometimes the limbs, it comes down the road, I can't really do much with my hands, my limbs, dislikes patola person paralyzed, you know, paralyzed neck down can do nothing. What does that means? parlano good is for him? Is that what it means? No.

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The heart can be doing much more than the limbs. Maybe he's getting more ideas than many of us a lot. You know, and this partner teaches us that we need to worship along with our hearts, as well as our limbs, you know? Okay, that's one one point of benefit then Sharla. Okay, now let's go to the lessons very quickly. So what we learn from this passage is number one, there's something called fake tears, crocodile tears. Now, once there's a there's a YouTube clip of Dr. Norman Finkelstein, I think is the way you pronounce his name. He's a Jew. yet he's a pro Palestinian and is very critical of the Israeli state. You guys come across him, right?

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So there's one video so right. He's in university in London somewhere. And he's talking about, you know, the atrocities of the Israeli state and all the rest of it. And some Israeli girl she stands up in the crowd. And she starts to address in, full on cameras on everything

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starts to break down starts crying, young student crying, everyone thinking.

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Everyone thinking Oh, which is called point, everyone is overwhelmed by seeing her tears. toxin

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is put your crocodile tears away love and sit down.

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And, you know, I remember I remember that clip. Because Pamela and the human being becomes emotional when they see the emotion of another person. Yet jacobellis around here, he never fell for the fate is true or not, he saw through the fake tears. And here now shows that this is the way of a true hacking a true judge, that he doesn't become emotional when people become emotional. Because sometimes people become emotional in order to try and sell you a lie.

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That is the case. You know, and many of you may be thinking, well, when are we ever going to be judges, you know, this is not just the case for a judge. It is the case for all of us. Sometimes, you know, something happens, someone comes to you. And they tell you the story, how maybe their friend or brother or maybe a sister comes in and say this is what happened to the sister, his husband husband is so bad. You know what he does? He does x, y and Zed and the sisters like, very emotion, the way she's narrating what she said, Is it true is not true. You can't really make a judgment call until What if you had to judge and say you know what, you're right.

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He's in the wrong. She's in the right. What's one critical thing you'd have to do before you can make a judgment call and say, you know, what?

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is true.

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Not just evidence is good, but not just evidence. One other thing.

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You have to ask the second party, if I have to judge and say, You know what, you're completely right. You have to bring the other person as part of law. This is what the person taught algebra, the law when he sent him to Yemen, as a dairy. I taught him if you judge bring both parties don't judge based on the story of one party. Okay. So anyhow, that's a that's another lesson that we learn. But here we learned that sometimes people become emotional, and is for the wrong reasons. So don't fall for the emotion if you have to make a judgment call on what they're saying. They the next lesson is don't be controlled by emotions, though, which is something that I mentioned now. Now, the

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last thing here is signs of a guilty conscience. Okay. That there is some things that the brothers were saying, which showed that they were guilty.

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One thing which is clear, which has mentioned is that when they brought that police of useless they brought back a shirt that was intact,

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intact. Is this the way a wolf deals with a person? Take off your shirt please? No big fan of cotton. No. Hot water devours the wolf rips up. They broke back the commies intact. Okay. evidence was flawed. put that to one side.

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There was contradictions. Tell me a contradiction in what they said. They said something then they said something which contradicts what they said before.

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What do they say to that when they requested use of tuko with them? They said

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Send them with us Why? Your tech or your lab? We're gonna he's gonna eat lobes, and he's gonna play. You're gonna have such a good time.

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What did they say when they came back?

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Very good. They said the reason they're going to take him is so he can enjoy him. So

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when they come back, they say, Nestor,

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we were the ones that were the ones having a game. Hang on a minute. You said that you wanted to take him in order to let him play. And now you're saying that you guys are playing? And what do you say at the end of that old brothers abusive? You said in the hula,

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When it comes to him, we're going to be especially might want to take care of him. But you just said when you come back what Allah can use to find the Medina, he said that you left us to look after your things

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contradicting statements here.

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Do you see that brothers? You see them? They said in the beginning, they can take him to play. Then they said, We were playing. They said we're gonna protect him. Then they said we he was wanting to protect our things. contradictions, okay. One clear sign person is not telling the truth. Another sign is quick to pronounce your innocence. True. They said, oh man who made Ilana before the dad even says anything. They say, You're not gonna believe us? What do you mean you're not gonna believe? I'm not gonna believe you.

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Already and you think that you think we're guilty? Why? You know, I don't know if I told you the story where we went. I went to when I was in primary school, went to science museum. You know, Science Museum. Mom, Dad, you some money you go to the shopping waste on the road.

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You never gonna use

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Dave so he went, everyone has the money to buy something. One, one guy. He lost five pounds. Someone stole five pounds from him. So the teacher you know, she sat us all down. I remember I was in hand there was people sitting there and she said, Look this What happened? You know, this is lost five pounds or something? We believe it's been stolen. You know? Does anyone know anything? Go start crying. It wasn't me.

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Putting me No, no Holy mercedez

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all of us was going on there. guilty conscience guilty conscience and as well another thing sometimes people cry not because they faking the cry is they're actually real tears but because of the overwhelming emotion and the contradiction of you know, thoughts that

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will comes up almost as crazy. You know, look at them. They want the love that they want dad's love soul that but at the same time, they're gonna done something that dad is going to become so hurtful about contradicting feelings coming inside one heart. Sometimes what happens is the person begins to cry, it doesn't mean that it doesn't mean that they're a good person to see.

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They are so quick to pronounce once innocence as another sign you're guilty. And then use of flimsy excuses. And the thing is part of the excuse they used could have said anything happened to us of the one thing they say is for Akela hood, which is exactly what dad said. A halfway he echoes the dad said, I fear that a the wolf may devour.

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What do you know to had?

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Exactly what you said happened? No.

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No, it's good because it shows the following.

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So why did they use that statement? You tell me why did they use that statement?

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They use the same statement because they couldn't come up with their own one. Yeah, they couldn't come up with their own one. The other things Polish shows you is that they may even plan that far ahead. Do you get that? They didn't even plan what we're gonna say to dad after we do the evil deed.

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So when it came to that,

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we just gonna say well, you said that zip The Panama thing it shows us

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how much

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pressure is payable. Okay. The other thing it shows upon a lot. Please pay attention to this.

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When people do evil, when people you know, do evil, usually the justification for the evil comes after the evil and not before it. They seek to justify after they've done the action.

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To crime or sin or deed, not before. So they've done everything. Now they're trying to justify it. Or they're trying to find the excuse. Any power law. For example, look at what happened in the London riots. Okay? London riots happened datasports. colluded? Okay. Why did the Why did these youngsters do this? You know, why did they do that? One theory is well, you know, the thing is they came from deprived neighbourhoods, social socially economically deprived neighborhoods. had a bad upbringing, you know, that's why they did what they did. Okay, let's say that's true.

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Did they have that reasoning before after they looted at sports? Did they say we need to go and get myself some new sneakers from JD sports class such a bad upbringing. Government never looked after my area man like we live in a good one. All the rest of you, I need my snakes. That's why I'm going to go and do JD sports. Oh, did the actual justification come afterwards?

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even say martial law, said an amazing thing about the seal of Quran he said, you know, if you look at the, the, the, the false, innovated diversity of the Quran is a made up interpretations. What you find is that the interpretation came second. And innovation came first was that mean? It means those groups that wanted the innovated an idea. They said this is what we believe innovation. This is the innovative idea that we believe. Now let us go to the Koran and try to bring the proof or justification. What came first?

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You see if you were having a conversation, for example, if one of them. You said okay, that's what you believe. But did you believe that first and then read the Koran or did you read in the Quran? Then believe it? Which one is the first way around? It means you're not very sincere, true or not? Yeah, the justification of the brothers

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came afterwards, they already agreed we're going to go and throw useful Islam in the world through the grid, then they come to that, that gives says this might happen, then they take the justification. Yeah. Okay. Now, one of the major lessons I've already mentioned it in passing, is the statement of the process of them. Okay, the Hadith in Sahih Bukhari in the most liberal and the southern metal ruler, that the real southern US

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comes when, at the first strike of the calamity, when the calamity strikes that is when a person needs to exercise his his patience in a lot with Allah subhanaw taala and with the calamity that he's decreed for him, and that's exactly what jacoba Islam did.

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Okay, now this analysis is even more.

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This is a little bit complicated. Okay. I'm not going to any I thought twice about presenting this, but because we said that in this session we'll go to and look at everything I said about

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this the surah then I thought that perhaps we can mention the inshallah I've summarized what you won't even realize it. Now, what did he say?

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The words of the brothers when they said to the Father while Ma and be more meaningful learner, and you will not have a man in US regarding this verse, even taymiyah Rahim Allah spoke a great deal. Okay. What do you speak about? Well, it was regarding the heretical view as to how a man is defined according to one heretical view. Eman is defined as merely

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just the affirmation

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excuse me, affirmation of the heart, and some said affirmation of the heart and the tone. That means if someone says, I am a Muslim, and he also believes it, or affirms it, rather with his heart,

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hair loss, this is the definition of a man he is a he is a woman.

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Where did this verse come into it was that theoretical view based?

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Any what they said on two things? Number one, the word Eman in Arabic can refer to just the affirming number to the seed of wama. And mainly Lana means Rama and Musa, Nana, he won't affirm us in what we're saying, which is true. This verse, the word Eman is used to mean. That's the affirm.

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For Academy, okay.

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So it's a mouthful.

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Instead, this is not true. This is not accurate to say that the definition of a man is just affirming with one's tongue and one's heart. And just just to

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clarify what is the definition of a man according to the 70s, an old

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statement and action statement, an action of the heart, statement and action of the body statement action of the heart, meaning the heart

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and He professes and it would believe, I do believe in Allah and the prophets and the messages in the books and all the rest of it, and acts as well. Like the action of having to work in a law like the action of loving, like the action, fearing Allah, like the action of so many

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old animal of the heart, and then call the novel of the body. So the statement that comes from the tongue, and then most crucially, the body then begins to perform acts of worship which testify to the person's Emap.

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This is the definition that was always known from early times up until now, time. So do you see the difference between the two? I'll show you the difference. According to the heretical view, shape barn could be said to be a

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shake barn. Yeah. Look at what he said in Sora, I think is sort of hedger. He said,

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Rob, be found with me elomi, obasan, history, rugby. All my load is saying to Allah, my lord found me. So give me some time until the day when we are all resurrected. He stopped to Allah. A firm that he was is Rob. Yeah.

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Speaking to Allah, He believes in Allah.

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Is he said that, Robbie?

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And what do you know about his heart?

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Okay, this can't be the definition. And I want to say is that and this is, this is what shavon is what no one says, Okay. These are the differences. Now the analysis of even Tamia. He says that first point he makes is that this this this is this is a false falsity. And the reasoning here now, the argument that they use is false, because look here, they are speaking about defining the most important thing with regards to Islam, which is a man, what is a man? Exactly? Would you not agree that this is the most one of the most important things? and Islam is about human? Right. So with regards to Eman, and he said, it is a man and his derivatives are the most often used words in the

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Quran, as well as the tongue of the processor. Yeah, you know, how many times you're Latina? Yeah, you know, he man, so many times upon you come across his word. So this word is scattered all over the Quran. And all of that I had so many ideas regarding this word, but

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because though it's so significant, and though it is mentioned is so many places, you only went to this one place?

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not know, why only go to and he said, the surah is not even memorized by many people. It's very true. You go to places where not many people have you've memorized, meaning the just general people. And you isolate that verse and say, What about antebi? What meaning Lana proves that the definition of Eman is the way we set it? In terms of you know, an academic way of coming up with the conclusion that's not very right. Because you're supposed to serve the all of the evidences, true or not. You should look at Okay, Allah said a man Hey, hey, hey, hey, let us look at all of that, then come to the conclusion as to what it means this is the academic way, but you just specified one why this is

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a this is a shortcoming in your methodology.

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The other thing that you mentioned terms of methodology is that once you come up with a definition, surely that definition should work. Any place that it has mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah.

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You brought a definition. Maybe it works here, but if it doesn't work here, here, here, here, and here, what does that say by the definition? Yeah. Which means that if you and Islam is a complete theme, and it nothing contradicts it, nothing no one thing in any part of Islam or the Sharia contradicts another part agreed or not. The so here you should be able to fit this conclusion in any way that it is mentioned or reference in Islam. But it doesn't. The DC the way is criticizing is critiquing. Yeah.

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Then he brings a hypothetical scenario, he says

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According to the definition, you're saying that a man could come to the process to them and say, I believe in what you say, I believe you are the Messenger of Allah. And I believe that law should be the only one who should be worshipped. But I'm not going to pray. I'm gonna force you In fact, I'm going to join the army is gonna go attack you. Do you think a person was going to give him beer? and affirm is the man would any one in their right mind say he's a Muslim? Would anyone what the person giving bear? He wouldn't.

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But technically speaking according to the definition that you provided,

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he seems as though the person would give him a a, this is a hypothetical scenario, his brain and he just imagined brothers, okay. And this is a very powerful way of discussing this masala because this is a huge controversy this continues to go on even up until our times, just say to the person who really thinks that a man is just believing with the heart and the tongue that I want you to imagine. Imagine your next door neighbor, and you lived your whole life next to him by you. And

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once he said that he's a Muslim. He's a Muslim. In fact, he never said he's a Muslim.

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You lived he lived his whole life and you never ever saw him do any action from the actions of Islam never said a word that you know was from Islam saying Allahu Allah Abdullah never saw you go to the mercy level so you pray your lifestyle was completely anemic? Completely. Never saw you do one thing that was Islamic? You never prayed of fasting Ramadan came when? Anything, you telling me that that person

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has the man?

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Is could that be possible? Yeah, not one. subpanel not even one.

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Nothing? Can you imagine a person can exist like that? And he's a woman as a man, can you imagine that? He can't.

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And if you can't imagine that then how come you can come up with a definition that says such a person could exist?

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Do you see the reasoning?

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So, what is your what is the conclusion the conclusion you said is that a man okay is more specific than does the first deal which you said is the definition of a man is not right. rather he man is a more specific

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definition then a step what is the most specific definition? Well, it is to affirm but then

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to follow that through with actual obedience to the law, and the messengers and along with that is a man just not to say that to say and then to follow that up with actions, okay. And then he brings so many proofs on top of this, you know, to just admit that, but anyhow, that is what was the analysis, finishes Chronicle or something like that and go to work.

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