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Due to a loss

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of income

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from the law,

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and then all the processes

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and all those follow the practice rights until the last day

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before opening the floor, she was supposed to be open second, where I'm not really supposed to be giving any kind of a process, but just to allow us the chance to ask any questions that may pertain to the religion, principles of the religion, which you'd like to get some clarity on, which perhaps I may be able to shed some light on for you. But before doing that, I would like to give a brief translation of what our little brother recited from the Quran, it is from the chapters known as a Baccarat. second chapter

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referred to in English as the cow. And it is worth 255, from this chapter, English, Allah gives us a description of himself

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and gives us a concept, which is a universal concept which has always been taught by the prophet, he clarified in the

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misconceptions with peoples in various societies. Religion, you know, have

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taken and have deviated from the correct concept of God. And in doing so they ended up worshiping God creation,

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or making God righteous creation. And in doing so, they further deviated from the path, and many of them, we know will end your life.

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So this verse was for the guidance of men clarifying who that is, and what is our relationship to that and begin by Allah.

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Allah, there is no god beside him.

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That's the beginning point.

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He is

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living the living God. It's not just the concept, idea, but a living God.

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And a God who is

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he does not depend

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on his creation in any way, shape, or form. He's completely independent from the creation, all depends on him

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that he is not overcome

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by Hydra,

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or has any need for

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what he does,

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with his powers, in no way practice him. As a man gets tired from work. This is

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the minion

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spread over all of the creation.

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He controls you have control of all aspects of creation.

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And no one can intercede

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on behalf of anyone else, except by his permission. In other words, interception, or intercession

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can only be for those who God.

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The gods have given profession. In other words, the idea of intercession because it's an area where people have been afraid, even amongst Muslims, where they feel that you may live a wretched life,

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that because of your love for the Prophet Mohammed,

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may Allah peace and blessings be upon him on the Day of Judgment, he is going to introduce you to different departments.

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So actually, what this is like the concept of the chosen people,

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the chosen people of God, no matter what they do, because they have a special key, they can go into paradise. This is the second

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that integration of the Prophet is only an assertion is given to the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, but to other practices on the rights of people, that it is only a way of assuring honor to these people.

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On the day of judgment, that along would

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allow certain people salvation

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by the request of these individuals, but it's only those people who God has already shown to have a session for the day would be among goldlink.

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So there's nobody the topic or the rights are not in a position where they can get to

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Any individually selected person was limited how they like, they can now decide, oh, because he loves me I'm going to upgrade the decision and radicalism

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in depression is only by the will of God for those people who believe that these are the people who will attain salvation army.

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This is the essence of that.

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And

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just before also, going into the

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open session, I just like to add also that when Allah says that there is no God, inside him, there's a concept of God in Islam

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is an object of worship.

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Whatever we take, as an object of worship, whatever we submit our will

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become our God.

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So we have many gods, though we only have one God, we have many gods in reality in practice, because our will should be submitted only to God alone.

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And if we follow our desire, for example, but because the prime thing, have you seen the one who takes his desires,

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in other words, whatever he feels to do, he has a desire to do this. He goes, in other words, he has submitted his will to his desires.

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One could make money is God, He will do anything for money.

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But he do anything for money doesn't matter, you

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will commit sins, He will lie, cheat, steal everything.

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So when you say that there is no God, besides,

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in the sense that we only submit our will, to God alone.

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And this is why for example, even in the case of

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one of the reasons why smoking is prohibited amongst Muslims,

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because it involves the person

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you know, that this instrument is harmful to the medical profession is confirmed for you

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at 100,000 every day, but you cannot give it up what will happen, your will of law, the will to decide to do what you know, to collect this thing about I'm older than you plan does not want you to be addicted to anything.

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Because

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we've lost

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the ability to choose now, your significant

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other

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It could even be your right.

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Wife, whatever she asked you, you you're ready to do it, even though you know islamically or you know, in terms of good and bad is not really good, but she wants you a new lover.

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If your love causes you to do what you know to be wrong, then you have begun to worship.

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So

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we have to be very careful

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making sure that we understand what we mean when we talk about

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promoting our will God alone worship

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one god

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I guess

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all the way up to this year.

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So just a brief introduction of the stuff that I wanted to clarify for you what is meant when we talk about worship and god you know and and how, what we may not normally considered to be a god and become a god from the Islamic perspective. And from you and I just want to go on into any questions that you may have any points you'd like to raise or comments you'd like to make, you know concerning

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different aspects

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unbeliever

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unbelievers, just believe

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in Arabic, the term use is

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fabulous

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actually means some from ancient Arabic word, which actually means an individual who hide something that's typically used to refer to a farmer, when he would dig a hole in the ground and put the seed and he would cover it. This act was called pepper, and the purple desert, polar captain, he is concealing that seed in the ground. And this is a term which has been used to refer to those who do not believe.

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And what it is, in fact, saying is that

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everybody knows in their heart,

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how, however,

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people will conceal that

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which they know to be true. And it is also based on a principle found in the rule that says that when he created Adam,

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from Adam, all of his descendants,

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and he made them their witness, that he was the Lord. And they all were witness. And he went on to explain why they did

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that no one could come on the deposition, and stand before God and say, I didn't know anything about God.

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Nor could anyone blame their state of disbelief on the parents, and the families that

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have within

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knowledge of God.

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He may conceal it in different ways.

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Either by denying the existence of God altogether, or by conceiving of God, worshipping God, within the creation, instead of going beyond that which God has created to the Creator Himself.

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The term disbeliever will include not only those who

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are bad at all,

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but according to the climate contract, those who say God is

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one of three

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Trinitarian concepts, considered to be

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a part of our they say God is one of

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our options, believes in a God of good a God of evil.

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Hi,

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everyone, we all

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have

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fresh cup of tea competition between Jews and Muslims.

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We all

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y'all voted for washes over me.

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I would say that

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when Jesus came

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and called the Jews,

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the correct understanding of the teachings of God,

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the majority rejected.

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So this is the beginning of the animosity. Not only did they reject, but they claim that Jesus

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accused

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Jesus further even, you know, claiming that he was God in a variety of other things that he was teaching central rulership of the people and, you know, Rise of claims were raised by them. They tried to destroy him.

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Because they rejected the suit that he brought.

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For people who want to know the distinction between truth and falsehood when it comes to the separation, those who are going to follow the truth and those who reject and those who reject the truth, you know, are going to be they're going to have animosity, until they can eradicate

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that is something inevitable. Something with one or two

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One cannot

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avoid. I mean, even

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back in the states some time back, when I think Anita Bryant took a position against homosexuality, and the whole forces of the Society of Canada.

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Tradition is something from the Bible, which is, you know, a society, which commits itself as a Christian society

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essentially destroyed, she was devastated.

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Because she stood up for the truth.

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Instead, what you find is most of the research, one along with the flow, and I started reading, writing by by a number of different leaders, you know, talking about love. Now, they don't want to do because they're authentic, about how we deal with politics. But now, because you're talking about good power, and do lights, and all this other stuff, you know, this modification took place, talking about just love, the love and just

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there's

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nothing

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signed up with

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any political leader in America, we're here to stand up against homosexuals, that is

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the truth

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that will ever come.

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True, will be affordable and pragmatism is going to be there.

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After he signs,

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Mohamed nilotica message upon him upon his

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eye, he brought

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the message

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people back to that original map, which came from Adam Abraham,

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who rejected superposition of

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the majority of the people for example of the Middle East areas of Iraq, Egypt,

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mostly,

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the majority of them in the message

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rejected.

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And that will continue. That is very clearly in the plan, for example, that you will find

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among the questions

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in terms of there

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is a difference between the patient between knowledge.

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And that's

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because if you look at the monotheism, which is one of all

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look at what you have, in terms of Murphy is an example

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of a difference between the two.

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And you really have to look carefully to understand where they're deficient in what when.

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Yet,

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provision of the Jews has had always been from the time of the Prophet goes today has always been

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a democracy would

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have taken me

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videos

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and they are protected by the Muslims in the wake of Jewish life and falling

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under protection of

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Morocco.

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animosity. Muslims have always been open in the sense of allowing them not, you know, pushing them away or not allowing them to live within their lives.

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And democracy that's a miracle animal.

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Is anybody

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racket.

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One in terms of practice of Christianity in the sense of an individual,

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worshiping God, you know, in his own way, because it's not even just the Ganges

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Buddhist, worship God, Buddha, whatever, nobody's going to say here you cannot

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find the question, privacy of your home, etc, nobody is going to stop you from doing so the meaning of the Bible, according to law,

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and Christian is allowed to bring in one Bible as an individual with himself. However,

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you have individuals who are going according to

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how they feel. And if they get,

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you know, added to the contradiction between what to do,

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and what is happening in practice in a number of instances, that is an issue which you have to pick up with the governmental departments to deal with those issues. I gave 1000. For you, that's it. But this is actually the law. Because the idea was what is really permitted, in terms of any religious

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practices here outside of Islamic practices is the propagation of that religion,

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and propagation involving the setting up of churches or synagogues or samples or whatever, setting up of these things, and the attempt to distribute literature and you know, how people this is not allowed, you definitely want to practice a

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specific

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region here, Saudi Arabia, Pacific, and this is something which was decided upon by the Saudi government, you know, they decided this is going to be the policy, this was something which the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. So his followers,

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a part of the principle of maintaining an area around the two centuries of Islam, Mecca, Medina with it within which no non Muslims may enter,

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surrounding it, to some degree, also maintain an attitude, which is similar to that, that is present present, not looking for anything, but not establishing

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these systems and end to end propagation.

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So that when you go outside of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, or any other Muslim country is allowed for a Christian to set up

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His Church, if you want to propagate is not going to stop him from propagating.

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because fundamentally,

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we believe that the truth is clear.

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thing, up and down evidence pattern, you know,

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if they're not doing because the difference between if you come to a country where people are starving to death,

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you know, they need something to put in their mouth. And you tell them accept price and you get it in your mouth, it's okay.

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That kind of propagation, of course, will not allow you to do.

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So if you present your evidence, we present the evidence.

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And why we believe strongly is the

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way you look in the world, historically of people who have accepted Islam,

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you will find many Christian

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scholars of Christianity.

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Never

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any movement was accepted anything other than Islam. unheard of individual. People were not aware of what Islam is, and so become Christians or Buddhists, or whatever.

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United States,

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that's

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unheard of.

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Because the society has tried to kill the good because of the process and knowledge. When a person has knowledge of what to do, then then we'll know that that is what Jesus was teaching.

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And that is what Moses was actually teaching for the day that you can now get that person to accept a teaching prognostications of Jesus and

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I.

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And as I said, history holds it up.

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In a few years ago, there was a

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roundtable discussion

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between

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ministers from the Christian church and scholars from Egypt, and to them, they discuss over a period of about five days this whole discussion has been recorded. All different

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And then

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again, as the discussion of the seven different representative denominations there, and then cyber

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accepted Islam.

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Islam is put on equal footing. with Christianity, I believe people get a sense of what are the accurate teaching in Islam by people, because of course, you can run into some very horrible representations of Islam here or anywhere around the world. And if you are judged by that, then, of course, you will never be affected in any way, shape or form. Just like you can find horrible examples of Christianity around the world are horrible examples of Buddhism,

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we won't have to go back to this issue. But when you get back into the teachings of Christianity and the Bible, the secret of Buddhism

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is called to righteousness, God, dealings amongst people wanting

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to play pray all

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day all the time, we should

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hardly ever

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pray,

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know what the purpose of that is

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about worshipping other gods.

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When you go to worship, they pray to a God with

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the idea of worship, all the time, we'll get there being conscious of God all the time, this is something which Islam

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does not seek to replace the status of God only at a time, this is like the minimum requirement, if you will, the idea is like a minimum requirement, you know, like in anything, any, anything that you undertake are sort of a minimum requirement, if you need to do to maintain that, that is not the maximum maximum is not the limit. And you find

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them even before going into the pilot,

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may not be aware of this, but there are fair that are given in the program to the pilot, when you come out of deployment, putting on your clothes, when you're filming in front of the mirror and all the various walks of life, you know, the prophet has given

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him a shot going to say you have to go to the front you got to stand there for you know, 1015 minutes. So the way should

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you be setting in our Hopper, a second type of gather remembering God, seeking of protection, you know, attacking them for addressing these type of things, constantly in a should be on a Muslim Blitz, you know, as much as possible, you know, you hear a lot, but a lot of hamdulillah This is due to God, which is on the list of options all the time, inshallah, if God when we talk about anything in the future, will always mentioned inshallah has been abused to some degree, and our people may do a live meeting, probably not

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supposed to do that, I really think that, you know, I'd like to do something in the future, I have no control over destiny, that you know, this is the will of God, I will do that thing. I will, I will try to do this to the best of my abilities. Hoping as nice as with God. So the idea of practices of God remembering that throughout one day, this is something in Christ and decides time is the minimum requirement. And the idea behind that is to organize a men or women around, remember,

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you get up in the morning.

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Normally, people get up in the morning, first time you get up in the morning getting up to do what to prepare yourself to go out and deal with that material world. You know, you want to get back to Buxton, you have to put them at a distance they go away.

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So don't

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neglect that aspect of life where one has to go out what to do in the morning. Remember God, if we're about God, that we're supposed to be godly people, then this is what I like. So the first thing we do is we get up in the morning, remember God

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didn't put them up put in the system so you can keep the machine going. No, you're breaking again.

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Because Islam does not negate the physical needs of land, but it should be secondary to

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an afternoon, you know, before going to bed. This is the address

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This will go down into different sections where your data is organized around the worship of God. So that when you remember that point and

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remember him and then forget him to the next day, I know that this is supposed to help you to remember God doing the PhD.

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Because ultimately, the principle is that when one remember that one is like, one one for more than one become

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that bottom line on the basis of that, the third were instituted to help organize a mandate around the worship of God to happen for him.

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Rule the second part of

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the Kaabah. Okay, now the top What does the Kaaba represent? the Kaaba in Mecca 72. That are the two people floating around in Mecca. The Kaaba, according to Islamic tradition,

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when Prophet Abraham

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is

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what is referred to in the Bible, which is known, according to biblical scholars to be Arabia.

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According to the Bible, you don't know anything more about Ishmael and Hagar, that according to Islamic tradition,

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Abraham would come back and visit them from time to time.

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He didn't get to see this is the part of the Bible with resistance, you know, that information was deleted from the Bible. So you don't really hear too much anymore about the smell.

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But the point is that Abraham would go back and visit Hagar and Ishmael spend time with them.

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He got to be a young man, when the two of them

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the top, which was the fourth house of worship, dedicated to the worship of the ones who God that is,

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that is actually a man is the first place of worship built on the earth as

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the Kaaba, as a direction prefer not an object of worship.

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That is only a unifying factor, because you see, the way we play, you know, where people stand together, side by side, in rows, etc. It was the people you know, the ones that have that direction, and people are declining and all kinds of directions. And you find it actually in the Old Testament.

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The Temple of Solomon is the direction of prayer.

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And the synagogues are

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turned in that direction to become Dallas River. And you find in early Islam, the early days when the mecca surrounded by, by idols, this facade was surrounded by idols in the early stages

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played toward the center.

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This is the direction of it wasn't an asset coming from a dealer some years later, that

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in order to because a number of issues a number of them accepted exam and a number of rejected that informed the profit,

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direct direction have to make a clear distinction between the Jews the practice and the notice of Moses has brought by topic

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that the opinion the direction of prayer was was changed. And shortly thereafter, Mecca was conquered and added removed from around the Gada.

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And this became now the Center for worship or the dashboard direction of worship for Muslims. The world over

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aggregated is a direction for worship as opposed to

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an object of worship.

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Shadow reference

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okay.

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Scholars, scholars, in other words, people who know the religion inside and out

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Most

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people going

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to want to worship in a church. Yes, because the worship that is taking place there is considered to be idolatry.

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I mean, according to Islamic view,

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from the Islamic news, it's considered adoption,

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in Islam would not be allowed to worship in such unrest

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in the sense that he had no other place to worship, to perform his worship, he would not take part in the worship, in the sense of worshiping Jesus, in a way to do most of the searches that he they worship in the environment, out of necessity.

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Now, in terms of Mr. A Christian, or any person does not prohibit you from entering, and it is not an area which is like, you know,

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people are not allowed, unless you're

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a non Muslim people and myself and a number of others have arranged for, for Americans who are visiting here, Filipinos, would like to see what is inside of Oman, and have taken them by the side and observe, observe the planet.

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I would advise if you would like to go and, you know, get a Saudi or one of the Muslims, we're here to accompany you in so as not to create any kind of confusion as to what you're doing there. Right? In the sense that one, if you feel inside, people are going and they're all going to throw together.

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And they're going to be wonder why I have to come in and go.

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Something wrong here, okay. But to avoid this kind of awkward that may come out of that circumstance, it's better to come in with a personal statement, especially with come to observe that it is perfectly okay.

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And in the profit side,

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you're finding

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this happen.

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I'm giving you the principle, the village in which you may find ignorant Muslims in different parts of the world, if you attempt to answer them.

00:37:16--> 00:37:21

This is done out of ignorance. This is not according to Islamic teachings, per se.

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The description of Paradise and help,

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the bride is actually filled with the description.

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To put it in very simple terms.

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Everything that a person's desire

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is fulfilled inside, the prophet actually explained to the believer that this world

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is paradise for the disbelievers. And a prison for the believer.

00:38:12--> 00:38:14

Right, this is bad, I

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believe

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he's innocent. He cannot do whatever you do whatever pleases he has to go according to the bounds of the

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other directory in prison that he chooses to live within certain bounds. And the left side,

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those who will inherit paradise, or the true believers who have accepted that the ones who got the practical bandwidth and for them, you know, and this is not to say that only a person who knows about Prophet Mohammed, regardless of your funding, will identify that all of the followers of the Prophet earlier prophet the sector who maintain the teaching, have just as much a rifle into paradise as any person today who call themselves

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practicing.

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So if you deliver Paradise is not restricted. You know, I know some people have the concept of the 144,000. After that, no more right, no farther. For everybody who has truly believe them like this in their life. When they come into paradise. They have as they wish, whatever they wish, will, they will have. And the Prophet explained that in Paradise,

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there's nothing that any AI has ever seen,

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or any I've ever heard,

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or has ever come across the mind of anyone.

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It is completely different from anything that we are familiar with in this world. However,

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for clarity, or to help to bring the concept of Faraday closer to the understanding of man, he has described some of the

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Sitting in paradise in terms of pomegranates, and silver, just a part of the courses that has already been clarified that it is not anything like any pomegranate of this world, which is, you know, I got a treat, for example, you desire to have something, a fruit from a tree, where you got to climb up the tree or get something to knock it down, your desire to shoot wrestling

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is all about the program. I mean, we're dealing with a whole nother system of things that don't, the point doesn't have to be is that we have as we desire. And furthermore, there is a further blessing of Paradise, which is that the show believers

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will be allowed to see God.

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No man is God in this life.

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As it says in the Bible, that what is

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God, however, those who enter Paradise will receive the fate of

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the ultimate, I've also seen

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in terms of how

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easily it is disguised in terms of the fact

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that, in the privacy of this fight is beyond our conception, I mean, we go to the light a match or, you know,

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whatever the the power we have, but it is something beyond our perception. In fact, there is even some descriptions of the fire in the Quran, which were God's refer to the fact as a creature of God.

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Which means that you can get to something beyond really our conception of really what the this creature existence is, that is a sample, we don't want to be

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that much, you know, whatever, is the worst you can think of in this life that you would not like to experience.

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That's what

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that refire has to offer you.

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For more detailed

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descriptions of all the signs of the human mind, know something, you know, the heart

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and the pleasures of God. But ultimately, if you just put it down to the bottom line, it is what you don't want,

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or what you don't want this life that was coming for you and health, and the best of what you want in this life, what's coming for you inside

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the shoe

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divide out of this world

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and lose the paradise of the next

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the paradise of the next and make different sacrifices in this world.

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Bring the mic closer

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the phrase

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that Muslim

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women wear women are pressured like that.

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Then why do they have to divide

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the veil? Why do they have to walk behind

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the vaccine

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able to send the same request with single

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cultural or

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you got a diamond

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and you're gonna walk

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the diamond example right. And I was just saying that, you know, we know

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that if you got a diamond, you know, you don't show it in public, you know, otherwise you're likely to lose your neck or your hand. You know, especially in the big cities late at night. You get it? You protect the diamond. Okay. But having said that, right.

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The point is that

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we work Islam recognizes is that

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when men and women get together,

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men is stronger than women.

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Then I want to hear so we don't have the women's live. Let me let me let me clarify. Right

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to force

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them down on women, this is a natural process of sickness under all circumstances where men and women get together.

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So what happened what what is the end result of this

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is the case, which is now in the Navy of the Navy officers, this time responsible individuals ratify it, and take the women layered gauntlet with the men fondling the women on the way and ripping off their clothes.

00:45:33--> 00:45:45

This is as we go, they did a survey in the army two years ago, from the general general to the land. And the women in one voice said they are under harassment.

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This is reality, when men and women are put together. So what Islam says is for the protection of that woman,

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for her to be separated from them in general, as to the coverage, not that she is the source of evil in our country. magnificant

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tradition, even looked at it the one who called Adam to two, even three. And so you know, she's like the source of evil. And childbirth is, you know, pains of childbirth is punishment for the evil that she did, and, and then on the female. No, because according to Islamic tradition, Adam is responsible. He is the head of the family, first and foremost.

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But they were taught words of retention, how to attend, it turns out to broaden the sentence. And they were forgiven of their sense. So there was no inherited sin going on generation to generation. So the principle behind the coddling of the woman is not because she's a sort of evil. And if you don't cover up, she's gonna kill corruption. And it is for her protection. So the way men deal with a woman, for example, a lot of black women, with the woman not coming

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right, and many years, especially a woman

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I've talked to many Americans come and change their dress, dress, like water, none the whole time, none of the old orders, I mean, no modern day land.

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You know, everything applies. some modifications has taken place, but some still some land to maintain the dress of the ancient order the

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dress.

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So now, when these women were normally wearing

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the miniskirt, when they became the Lena COVID, and

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they didn't have before, men were getting out of their seats in the buffet, giving them

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a major deposition.

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And if you have to deal with a woman,

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you know, you can see our faces or talking with her

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talking with her, and you can see everything

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in a light.

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Middle, everybody knows that, of course, we can say that we are somebody who says Oh, no, I never do it.

00:48:20--> 00:48:32

Generally, what happened, and we can see practically a direct relationship between the increase in incidence of harassment and rape

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and the uncoding of the female.

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This is something which no one can deny the number of cases

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according to last year's report, the hundreds of 1000s of reported lists, and the number which are widely reported numbers probably seven to 10 times that amount.

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is under constant increase year by year and it coincides with

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the selling of your car by you know, putting somebody in a bathing suit line on the top, you want to buy a razor shaving itself has got to have a woman hand holding on to your hand if you don't sell you unless you get this little bit now you get that everything is sold, the woman becomes an object. The second object we use to sell the product to the society is look at the

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look at the man.

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Look at the man today.

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He is the one and he is the one on coding. And he is the one

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who say you know the news that we should protect the female. She is weaker than the male along with the children so they need to be protected. They're the ones who suffer ultimately, when women are missing women.

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So the society what it does is it sets up institutions to ensure that women

00:50:00--> 00:50:13

Do attain education etc. But separate and equal study from kindergarten to PhD, as a female, a female set of institution, you're taught by females, you deal with female

00:50:15--> 00:50:21

branches of the bank where you go, your men are prohibited from going in there. So that means a man is

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going to

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adjust this is for the benefit of this. So if you find a situation where a woman is not allowed to go here, like you have

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found that women are not allowed in, because it's such a very small people tend to be crowded in there, when a woman comes in. You have women who have to shovel the subways, in New York City, rush hour, you know, what is a woman and the court doesn't even balance for example, what they decided to do was to go separate buses for the woman, a separate bucket for the men.

00:50:58--> 00:51:06

This is worldwide. I read this a week ago in Hong Kong, they mentioned that 81% of the women, by the time they reach puberty,

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have been sexually abused over the age of 16, had been sexually harassed

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81% of the women.

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So and it isn't something which, as I said,

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a similar situation, here, the same thing would happen

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is that

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if you don't provide the means of protection, then this is going to happen to the women. So for the sake of that profession, women, this system of covering the woman, you know, having separate separation, which begins actually from the point of worship, when you go into the mind, you will find that the woman will be separate from the men

00:51:47--> 00:51:51

in the session, and some of the most famous women will differ in the back

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

men,

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because men stand side by side on the shoulder, and you see that they end up bowing, and they end up making procession. So now if you're having a female standing next to you,

00:52:07--> 00:52:11

female and you're falling over, making preparations

00:52:12--> 00:52:26

to be worshipping and concentrating on God, and that circumstance is not going to help you. So in order to help you concentrate on God's will in a couple of 1000. They say separately, and from that point of worship, you know, it's spread

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into other aspects of the society.

00:52:30--> 00:52:35

And even for example, the issue. I know some people really like the woman arriving in the back of the

00:52:37--> 00:52:42

seat on the back of the bus from American tradition, this means that can cause depression.

00:52:43--> 00:53:05

But yeah, actually, when buses were first introduced, women rode in the front of the bus, they put the person for them in the front of the bus. But the main had to pass through the front and they thought it was a separate job with the main party. So there will be so this is the best thing put them in the back with a completely separate section where they didn't have to go through the woman who the man or the man has to pass through them, to protect them and put them in the back.

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When we look, for example, at the mother in a female, a woman,

00:53:15--> 00:53:16

the mother is

00:53:18--> 00:53:24

the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him when he was asked by companion know who

00:53:25--> 00:53:30

the most up to our mothers or fathers, he said the mother,

00:53:33--> 00:53:38

the mother and the mother before going on to the Father. So the Mother's Day high.

00:53:40--> 00:53:45

The mother is looked after the woman, for example, is divorced.

00:53:47--> 00:54:20

She is taken back in by her family. She's not left out on her own to fend for herself. So not finally divorced women living off by themselves. They're brought back in within the family. unusual circumstances where family is no longer available, they have left the country or people have died or something like this. So the state may step in to help No. Walker however, generally speaking, the responsibility of looking at the Senior Brother, mother, wife, or daughter is the responsibility of the males and the society. A woman for her to get married should have a guardian,

00:54:22--> 00:54:32

a guardian to look out for her not to decide for her who she should marry. You know, I want you to marry this person. No, but to look out for her Well, I would suggest that it's

00:54:33--> 00:54:34

not if you don't like it.

00:54:35--> 00:54:40

But if you want an iPhone for your mobile phone is to be a dangerous individual case.

00:54:42--> 00:54:50

So a guardian is there. When men and women get together because they easy, you know for a man to impress a woman. You know,

00:54:51--> 00:54:53

she has a few lines on there. All of a sudden

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

she is admitted she was mad at me. She doesn't really know about him. She doesn't tend to have to

00:55:00--> 00:55:01

In general, the kind of

00:55:03--> 00:55:05

approach to analyzing

00:55:07--> 00:55:10

marriage, she tends to be more from an emotional point of view.

00:55:11--> 00:55:20

Because she's the one that builds the shots. And that emotion for looking at the salad needs to be concentrated in her. And then he goes to decoder and sometimes dealing with the South need to hit the shelves.

00:55:24--> 00:55:24

Usually

00:55:30--> 00:55:34

the normal issue, but America seems to be hit regularly, you know.

00:55:37--> 00:55:38

I mean,

00:55:39--> 00:55:44

you don't want to show the sound inconsistency. If you tell them this is wrong, we should

00:55:49--> 00:55:50

be breaking arms and all this kind of thing.

00:55:54--> 00:55:57

And he shouldn't because he learned from mom is just avoid mom when she gets angry.

00:55:59--> 00:56:02

You're not really learning discipline, learning, avoid normal

00:56:05--> 00:56:06

work and break up.

00:56:09--> 00:56:45

Systematic dealing with the child when the child doesn't know how to deal with them the same way, Stan, I mean, this tends to come from an angle women tend to be more compassionate and more emotional. So because of that, it tends to impair judgment. So this is why the system of guardianship is there for anything else. When she travels abroad. Also a male one of her male co developers should be with her for protection when she goes on hajiman you know, because he's lt as opposed to going out once once a year to Mecca, just for the worship of God, why would you need a guide in there?

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As I said, human beings are human being

00:56:50--> 00:56:53

people no matter what they notice you like them?

00:56:55--> 00:57:10

When a woman is very like situationally, there are a lot of men, no, she's nobody's there to protect her, she may get harmed. So Islam is a lever for her to go and make better, she should have a new relative has been selected for protection

00:57:18--> 00:57:18

from the papers.

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From the atomic, illogical point of view, there's always a pleasure being the human.

00:57:41--> 00:57:42

And again,

00:57:43--> 00:57:54

now, human being had a choice between good and evil, as a personal being, the physical aspect that we see were a mix of both physical and spiritual.

00:57:55--> 00:57:56

The angel

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cannot obey the commandments of God

00:58:06--> 00:58:08

or visit a male or female

00:58:10--> 00:58:18

and obey the commandments. As revelation does. Gabriel Hello says he is different from the angel

00:58:21--> 00:58:22

is neither male nor female.

00:58:23--> 00:58:25

God, don't use the sun he

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very conceivable in terms of male or female, that is neither male nor female.

00:58:32--> 00:58:35

The jinn represents a third order being there for me.

00:58:37--> 00:58:44

I've been given the power of choice between good and evil also. However, they are on a lower level than that of mankind.

00:58:45--> 00:58:54

The more level they've been given certain powers which are greater than human beings, what we may call superhuman, or supernatural powers, they have

00:58:57--> 00:59:02

involved, some of them are able to become visible,

00:59:03--> 00:59:04

to take human form.

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And they do the evil one amongst them

00:59:12--> 00:59:16

have taken as looked at as being the leader of evil

00:59:18--> 00:59:21

according to Sonic, fishing, mentioned in the barn,

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do philologist has given to an assessor, which puts him amongst the angels

00:59:32--> 00:59:37

after God created Adam, because the shield and angels were created before Adam, mankind

00:59:39--> 00:59:43

to bow before Adam, in recognition of his superiority,

00:59:44--> 00:59:48

the angels of God in the Bible all doubt and

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at that point

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he was separate from the mercy of God and he became

01:00:00--> 01:00:05

a force of evil down the generation,

01:00:08--> 01:00:13

as is explained in the plan is to try to pull all people of the past.

01:00:16--> 01:00:23

to disobey God has seen the image of an evil person, you know, he doesn't feel satisfied unless you're doing it along with us.

01:00:25--> 01:00:25

He was

01:00:27--> 01:00:41

good when there are other people who are joining them and evil inside of them into whatever they're doing. And this is the role that he has played among the jinn, or those who have chosen evil. So they become like devil, among the jinn, not all

01:00:42--> 01:00:49

others, I believe, who believe also will inherit paradise along with the with amongst human beings.

01:00:50--> 01:00:52

And you may have devils among

01:00:55--> 01:00:57

those who submit,

01:00:59--> 01:01:09

submit your will to Satan, or follow the path and they become devils among many other people's evil. And I would like to clarify this in terms of

01:01:10--> 01:01:13

the North American circumstance where you are,

01:01:14--> 01:01:15

Elijah Muhammad,

01:01:16--> 01:01:17

and father can

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all have fun

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and continue to teach

01:01:27--> 01:01:38

white people I've never, and black people have gotten. And this has nothing to do with Islam at all. Elijah Muhammad parken are not Muslim. They call themselves Muslim.

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

But it has nothing to do with Islam, Elijah Muhammad Prophet, we believe that Muhammad will articulate the eponymous the life of the Prophet,

01:01:49--> 01:02:04

he claimed that this teacher was God incarnate, we do not believe in any way shape or form that God becomes man currently becoming man. So that group is not recognized within the body of Islam at all, Malcolm X,

01:02:06--> 01:02:12

if you want before his assassination, was the mecca for

01:02:14--> 01:02:22

a few Muslims accepting the teachings, and shortly thereafter, he was killed. That Elijah

01:02:23--> 01:02:33

and those who have horrible disease are considered outside of the fold of Islam. Because a human being may be considered according to Islamic teachings,

01:02:34--> 01:02:36

regardless of its color.

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As long as he chooses, so called people evil, he says that they thought that evil, then he become a devil, and that she knows no bounds of religion.

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

Hello.

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Bye bye.

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A tendency of the people here because the majority of people have run with them.

01:03:28--> 01:03:39

When they need somebody who is not an Arab who says they're Muslim, tend to assume that they probably converted to Islam. This is a natural assumption that they make, of course,

01:03:41--> 01:03:48

old or new really has no value in Islam. A new Muslim may be far superior to a

01:03:49--> 01:03:58

Muslim. And then what makes a distinction as explained in the plan is piety. One who got the most is the one

01:04:00--> 01:04:06

that all the new, it makes no difference, okay, is that if a person finds out for example, you

01:04:11--> 01:04:43

recently accepted Islam, what can I do to help you? So oftentimes, they're acting like thinking that you're inferior or anything, but that if you are a new Muslim, there may be something I can do to help you in understanding Islam in your practice in Islam, the teachings of Islam you need to learn how can I help you? Right? So give them the benefit of the doubt. This is the intent behind the question and this is what I found out, you know, half the time. I mean, I haven't found it. For example, when I first came over here to study I studied in Medina, with my BA in Islamic studies from Medina.

01:04:47--> 01:04:51

Medina and they asked me where you're from, and I told him, I'm from America,

01:04:53--> 01:04:54

from America

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How could that be

01:04:59--> 01:05:00

something we started

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So

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how could you

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this is a general, a general understanding that people tend to have become quite a shock to them. But

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how can you say no, you're not really American, you're not really Muslim, or no, it's such a shock to society, because it's something unusual.

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People expect this, this kind of soften in the fashion. So

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we have to learn, in a sense, what we call those are converted to Islam or from other countries will have to be tolerant,

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tolerant.

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Give them the benefit of the doubt to those out

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good attention.

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Once you have to

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make a decision between the miracles of the time, and the miracle for all time,

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we're given miracle,

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basically, to show the people for whom they were sent to do prophets of God

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that you said, this is basic principle. And this is how we understand for example, the virgin birth of Christ.

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So this was a miracle. And not only do we believe in the virgin birth, but also that God that Jesus died at the time of his birth,

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to the people, telling them that his mother, Mary, was not an unchaste woman, that he or the pockets of God, she was adorable. she defended his mother. This is a work of speaking, you know, when you want the audience, this is something we don't experience.

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This is, this is part of the miracles given to Jesus to show the people that he was a prophet of God. Similarly,

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a miracle Prophet Mohammed, a lot of fun, and, and Jesus and all the prophets, which showed the people to whom he was said that he was a prophet of God.

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Among them, was the splitting of the moon, which took place in Mecca, before the eyes of the people of America, the table

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that called

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the moon,

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so far, before the eyes, one going on one side of me is the one to the left. And then we join.

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This is a miracle, on occasion, when the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, and his companions were out in the desert. And they ran short of water,

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he asked for both the water

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and water flows from between the fingers, those are both sufficient for the people to drink.

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another occasion passed by a woman was a goat, or sheep.

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And he asked for some milk and

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the animal was having a look at the gentleman.

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On the

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other of the both the ship I can't remember which one it was, and became a witness

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to the the compilers that were with him, and give your back to the woman

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and the other individual miracles. That because

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Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him

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to be the Prophet for all time.

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He also was given a miracle, which not only demonstrated to the people of his time that he was a prophet, but one was with them for all time, because if I were

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to

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believe that Jesus made the dead walk, come back to life.

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All that noses, flip the read,

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before Muhammad, peace, be upon all of them.

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There's no evidence that I can bring some truth to you that the moon was said, the dead came back to life, all the diversity.

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codes were limited in effect to the people of the time

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that the Prophet Mohammed

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will be upon in what sense for all time, as I said, he had another miracle, Dream by God, which would last for all time, and that miracle was the

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look of revelation which was preserved

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As long as I've been preserved before, without any changes, interpolations or deletions or anything, compare you can compare the earliest manuscripts of the plan. Within a few years after was

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found in Tashkent in in

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Turkey and Egypt, in the Library of Congress without pushing the manuscript, you're

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the only one

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that does not believe that this is a

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simple one chapter.

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And the smallest chapter in the plan is the end of the bar.

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So we're not talking about something which is a major

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challenge was never met.

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And believe me,

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because sometimes you can make a challenge.

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Nobody

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made this claim.

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At one point,

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idea, enlightment to prove to me that he's not a

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white American that up to prove that

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this was a comb. This was

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it was not necessary for anybody to get up to to that clip. However, in the case of the coal, the coal iron was noticeable, could not be initiated by anyone. There was a need to meet this challenge.

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Because when the Prophet Muhammad was defined in tune with the message of Islam, calling people to believe in one God, again, without an intermediary,

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challenge the whole existence of local Arabian society

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for the next because what was the sensor not only

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for

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it was essential color for coming in.

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good shape, also good sampling from the south from Yemen, up to the north of Boston.

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I'll show showed in Arabia, and they were living very well, very comfortably.

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But when you allow things to destroy all of these items, were threatening the whole economics of our society.

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And they try to try to talk talking to his uncle, getting him to try to talk to him to get

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back together.

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If you want, we will gather a portion of all of our wealth and make you the richest man in

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the world, a woman with an apple.

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They offered him whatever they thought of the simpler world was

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such a mission they offered, and he received

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after that, so boycotted

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the cyber, cyber passion, so boycott,

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boycott, it decided to starve them to death.

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The Muslim

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family really began to eat, you know, the free

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the boycott was listed, they were not able to stop the profit from his position.

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And then the last thing left was the center.

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And what they did to protect themselves,

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individuals from each of the major tribes, they said, we'll get one young man

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and they will together go and film

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together sharing because it's one from one side to him, then his tribe, Hashem would be at war with the side until God knows when. So to avoid ending up in a tribal warfare. They said, Okay, if we all take part, then cyber passion for that type of song. So they made a plan, essentially, to put into practice, God inform the Prophet that it was time to be met

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before they were able to implement.

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He had been

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invited by people of Medina to come there, but he did not leave until God gave him the command to go.

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He was there. And after he got the look of

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the armies from the

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sides to kill it

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They eventually were defeated, let our take an old radio station.

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Instead of going to all those

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lives in the battle, this took place between Muslims and the pagan. all they had to do was

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surprised that this report that he brought, it would have done

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all the

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explanation, because again, the person doesn't want to see the suit.

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Even if you put it in front of him in bold, it is gonna need a different

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set

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of magic.

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So whenever you hear me typing,

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and this is what they

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said.

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This is the fundamental miracle of the

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miracle

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of equality, which makes it possible to be memorized all of this from top.

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to bottom, the Arabic English translation is looking kind of like a pretty big book,

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The English

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dropped down to the size of the New Testament, just

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about the same size.

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How's it the 1000s of Muslims

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have memorized the Quran from cover to cover? This is read from the file from Islam is involved in a program in a private school, which location by the time you graduate, you will have memorized the whole Quran from cover to cover. And it's not something which is particularly for people who have a good friend from Philadelphia, who were studying with the enlightened young son with him was 11 years old.

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And put him in a while studying in regular school and after senior standard memorize the whole plan.

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That is something which is attainable by anyone who put their mind to it.

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People For example, I happen to lobby with sugar, some sugar in McCallum believe him. And he told me that

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time and he sat down over the course of two years.

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Alone, God has put in a quality which allows it to be memorized.

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If you go around the world

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and try to find a Christian with memorize the whole New Testament, you're not gonna find I'm not saying that you may not find some individuals who have what is called photographic my photographic memory. They don't.

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They can repeat for you whatever is on the page, that is something that

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1000s of 1000s of members apply. These are not people who have this special policy. This is anybody who took their mind.

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This is one of the ways in which divide was preserved. So not only was it resolved in the written form, but it's also preserved in the heart of the Beloved.

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And furthermore, God has put in the class

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scientific

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facts

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which have only been revealed with modern science as time passes, then, what is modern science is able to understand some of the rest of the plan anyway, which could not possibly have been understood before. discussion of the development stages of the embryo, my new one of the leading embryologist in the world.

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Dr.

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Dr. Keith Moore, no who is geologist studied in many universities around the world. He has

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given a history of the study of embryology and he gave the example of the medieval concept of what the term was and I had a little man inside of the terminal

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thought that you know about this was only on modern time that they were able to understand that production, evolution and development of the embryo. He was invited to a conference

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and given some verses from the Quran, which describe the stages by which the human being evolved and asked to give his comments as an embryologist.

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Taken by the latest edition of his book on embryology, he has included this session in there

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suitably known, as he pointed out how there is a description

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of the embryo at one stage of looking like chewed flesh. And when looking back at the stages of the development of the embryo,

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there is a stage where it has certain impressions on it. Like if you put a piece of clay in your mouth and chew on it, it has even questions, as always include this

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thing which could only be observed under a microscope. And there are a number of other scientific facts which have

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been spoken about the by the forehand, which are only now know being recognized by modern time. And it is further evidence of the divine origin of the crime, that

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a person may say, Well, if you go back to the ancient Greeks, we find our stossel and our

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predictions about atomic structure different things.

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However, if we take this prediction of some of these Asian

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philosophers assessments,

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only accurate,

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the number of other statements that they made was

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incorrect.

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But we find that interesting is far outweighed, if you get this was sent out to

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go to the

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after, after, is consistent. This is the way of a person who gets

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tired of the science and this is what led a British doctor, by the name of my book, I

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studied Arabic to get a better understanding of the Arabic text.

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And before

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that he became a Muslim, he wrote a book, actually, before becoming Muslim, he wrote a book called The Bible,

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and science. If you'd like to get more insight into this

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study, you know, I think there are copies available in the center here, you may be able to borrow the needle if you see a comparative study, showing how time and time again, within the Bible, because it's a human life in the not divine in most of it not in all of it. In

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human lighting, you find a number of statements made, which are contradictory to modern maritime law to the facts, whereas compared to the plan, we find what is going to be thought is in no way contradictory. So, what is in the mind

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and the other question,

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medic, whatever, like

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a maximum of

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hydrogen or

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you do not have to have the consent of your first one. This is a life given to you by God, for the genesis of the society, however, discussing it with your first wife, you know,

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to understand it, and you know, to be able to accept this is better for the harmony of your relationship. Otherwise, you might be buying a second life and ending up getting murdered in the bed of your first life.

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in debt, get into discussing, you know, and come to some mutual agreement, you know, before undertaking do not have to seek her permission. It is your life as long as you're able to fulfill those requirements, you know, financial, be able to maintain her in the same same level as you maintain your first life. You know, and fulfill all of the responsibilities without neglecting your first life

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following

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content

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Whether I agree or

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one, for a person to determine the life path,

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he or she has to approach research with an open mind.

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Because if we have to approach it from an emotional point of view, then we are going to look at everything else critically. And we will not get to the shoe.

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We are born into circumstances which are not of our children. We did not choose to be born in whatever families were born, following whatever religion will follow. This was the destiny of God,

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that when we come to finding the religion of God, and worshiping God, we have to be certain that the way that we're following is in the correct way. So we have to approach it with the intelligence, the strategy,

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we have to open our minds up and look at the evidence presented by each religion, because

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they all can't be right. Because they all claim that each one is the only one. It is they all said it Okay, no matter what you call it anything right? Then there's no problem, just go along with whatever we found it. But each one that always is the only way

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to say I was the only way because that's possible that they all could be like that the right and wrong. So then we have to go now in and look at what are the basic concepts and the starting point really is

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we need to go to see who is God in the different religion. How is God described?

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Our intelligence will tell us

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ultimately when we see the explanation given in the different religion, our intelligence will tell us

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what is

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reality.

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Shiva is represented by what he calls