Categories Of Tawheed Part 3

Bilal Philips

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For those people for

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in England, the body of laws and

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all of these countries

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probably about 80% of the laws, how

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because the laws either came from

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10 commandments or the laws of elliptical

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naturally fields and understand

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philosophy evolves in most of the large

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larger circles

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are you

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ready?

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I mean right over there.

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I mean, again you just cannot go into total rejection.

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I mean, this is the justification,

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criminality,

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criminal

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criminal defense and justification have been kicked in the market, okay, breaking into

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the law of the jungle

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attitude of a person is about righteousness.

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I live in Saudi Arabia, and I pay money for

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that worker is not coming into my house,

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I didn't see a hole in the ground, and other workers coming up attacking tapping

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somebody

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somebody accidentally

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typed in it and companies and many different entities.

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So for the maintenance of our customers

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have

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a third setting like setting it from the point of view of applying it in an environment because most of that law would not be applicable.

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And the techniques that you learn will not be applicable

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in different ways. One will be studying it from the point of view of protecting the Muslim community from the harm

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of that ecosystem.

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Because we need just like we need a doctor, and we need doctors to be able to provide civil service

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Do you have faces that arise now to go before

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legal issues arise

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actually, that within the court system the legal system

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comes to be attempting to be taken away from me

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you're going to

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not listen to

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me listen to aware of the legal system the loopholes etc, how it can be manipulated to protect them from the harm of

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the first few rounds, it's about

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protecting, providing services

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to learn and defend any criminal

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criminal

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defense a personal rights have been taken by the system to help the person get his life back.

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He provides for example, he would have one day a week or one day a month or whatever legal service

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providing services and a director

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and his practices he will not be the type of individual he will cure

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because he's not burned into the system

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in terms of the type of income etc

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social social workers

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because you know the what's happening right now.

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Problems

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secondly amorosi

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from community from Muslim countries,

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many problems that arise

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from here and there I know the one guy

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who got it

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here

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in America that people need there needs to be a system of countering and attempting to help people to deal with the problems with their eyes and condos in

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Florida leading to major problems in the society. They need to be people will gain some kind of knowledge and skill and also from the point of view of the social worker functioning right now.

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You know from loosing calories or being put into foster homes of

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people rather than

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direct them

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to go right now.

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Good

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day

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something new actually may fall for the most

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part something new.

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Actually attorney you

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mean whatever technique they use, different from shaving, shaving the head and then you have like a comb and then a nice sharp knife and just cut out the extra hair that was you know, for the cooking of the nails, cooking, cooking,

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cooking something and

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lightning

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scissors and they use a knife people use a very sharp knife.

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So not to say that because they only use a sharp knife and go this cut the nails around those microphones.

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That again was another

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technology here there's

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a lot of

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technology because

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for whatever fields that separate

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wherever we need

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to move at the end of the day, that same end result of

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technology

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up to date

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appreciate

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it aware

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the idea of simplicity

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whenever you are given a choice between two things, both of which are

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taking,

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okay.

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So nothing wrong with us developing or using simple ways of

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fulfilling some of our needs does nothing

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fabulous

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and then we will usually decide to work

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for nothing

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based on the clear difference in the

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controlling interest

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system as we know,

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within Islamic banking, new mortgages which will be acceptable

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for one to go into the existing system and

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enter into an interview where you

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can pay interest

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on

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your life.

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If you have no means

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of putting a roof over your head, this is the only way we

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can rent a place. Whenever you know this is ours exactly,

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then you will be allowed

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to that degree just to the degree of providing for that particular

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emotion and comedy. And you have to drive to get

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the giant he knows how

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to feed your family

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so that you don't feel the car insurance for the car to get the mortgage on the house and go to the bank and the user is now open doors and everything else. Whatever you

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need

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to do some of the productive things within the system, to the degree that it is necessary to fulfill basic need to

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sell a house and get out of the mortgage.

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For example, you take that realization,

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then, you know, you may borrow money, whatever

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and carry on from there.

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But if you have

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10 more years of fame,

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get the money and

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try to

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invest in some other way.

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make allowances for

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the circumstances in general knowledge. Because in our country,

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we have to be very careful of these things because

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we have a person coming to you giving you all these logical arguments.

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Be very careful if you're going to need that clear and how we're going to go

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What's

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your desired

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logic

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if you put it in a checking account error checking account, you are not receiving interest

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savings accounts,

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checking accounts

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checks to get your money out and just holding the money for you. And then of course, if you're still you know

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only acceptable because you have to put your money

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because in putting your money in the bank is helping the bank

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helping a system however, you know we can fit up to the minimum you know, if you can for the money out

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making a home and you know this will create good compensation to do that lesser evil which is to be a money in the bank and not taking the

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means of protecting your family

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technical software in general

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all the classical stuff we know that poverty has been

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taken

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by one of the benefits of

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taking Cambridge or Oxford is

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that it's already housing hardback however

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somebody is

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available to us and basically all of the nature taxes ended up referring back to somebody and benefiting from the work of poverty at the same time, and I'm somebody

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that

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I'm telling you what a teacher

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was when he took a particular version of all of the different fitness classes

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from fitness

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to

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food, you know,

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have a range of one after the other from person to direct and

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the whole range

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of discussion.

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That was really the best interpretation

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as it exists even Arabic

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English

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translator also conveyed

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various

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opinions

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to determine what is like you know, what is the actual

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deliverable

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or whatever has copied.

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And I'm not saying

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that I'm saying

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this is what

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it is tactically speaking.

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It is not a tactical look, to me.

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Our

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doors available in English we have the second part

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of the crime

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Here are

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some times we have

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translated English. This is one of the few companies which is available.

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I'm not saying there's no such thing we'll do the

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most reliable available

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a lot of information there. Unfortunately, you know

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mowlana model was not

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stellar.

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So, he got narrations

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from the various books. So, you'll find that you'll use for interpretations and narrations are not authentic.

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This became particularly evident to me when I was looking

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to slay I think

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one of the things you know,

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for the Muslim world you know, especially

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when it comes to come like

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particular guy in

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our place like like an

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interviewer, you know,

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what I did was I went and I looked up the desert

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reading so, many times, things have gone and dying all the time all kinds of special

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in a vast majority of the material was habitated or feeling

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drawn to and identified out of curiosity went to two motor detectors to see

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them. So, when I went

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to my surprise, I told her she was

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you know, how concerning meeting and for those who are dying and everything, and they will not tell

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you the beginning of this.

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So, it means that

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the only one which is available competes in terms of the old one has to read it and still check back on the social community here they can hear there are materials back to the high end lifting obviously, you know, you can rely on other statements made you know, if there are other scholars available in the locality whatever you ask them

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okay, this is

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this was supposed to have been

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a combination of the

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year and

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having

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taken portions out of incomplete is incomplete, but, this is something because you'll find, they will make references to it

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and that was authentic

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and that is a reliable

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and you know, there are other pieces that are done by

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other scholars, such

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as a major project going on right now in the United States. One

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scholar,

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executive, he has got a crown on where he is taking, he and a group of people are in the process of agritechnica.

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Somebody

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else that makes it

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so, hopefully in the not too distant future.

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For Canadian more reliable than available.

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In the title, the

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commentator said a different

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person by the name, but other there are other nations indicating there were some other people who

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are not most humble,

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most accommodating and they've been looking fellows for centuries who are thinking

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Not to come from the trouble would have to actually have a statement of a couple of

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solutions.

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He did say, we're the ones that take his name and

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that is he was known as Mohammed, Abu

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Hassan father

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that allows us to take names

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without

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names

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because we as human beings, most spiritual material, I mean, that we cannot say that we put all our efforts into that.

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In fact, the spiritual aspect ultimately becomes even more important.

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So, that we develop the spirit and how to grow and

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whenever people

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consideration to that, and neglect the material aspect.

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Whenever they

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input into the material,

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they

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whatever,

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the correct,

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middle, where everything combined, that has no

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no the issue of the convention in terms of lobbyists.

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Ultimately what to do? He has to

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know, based on the client's

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definition of change,

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what do you find?

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does nothing to the following.

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People put all kinds of labels on whatever they don't like, you know, and

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they don't like it.

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And so, when we go in here, for example, the first something a genius or whatever,

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you have to look to see, what is the basis of saying that

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the lack of competitiveness

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on the outside, you

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know, that particular topic that

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shouldn't be because you like me, like the way

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I think like a real nice guy, does the other people seem to be harsh or whatever, if you don't like them. So you're going to accept what I'm saying. That shouldn't be a criteria.

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That is the basis of what I'm saying.

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To the basis of Islam.

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Traditionally, always used to do it, you know, we went to the grave, and that's what I got.

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Did anybody ever want to do it for the Wahhabi, deviant, whatever,

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arguments based on culture,

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size and proportion?

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When rejected,

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and that's all we have to teach anything everybody's capable of, you know, no matter how hard the person is studying almost everything together, whatever, capable of taking care.

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You don't accept whatever anybody says, just because they say

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always just to go back and try to research as much as possible.

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And try to determine the

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correct answer and avoid working

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because the person you make an error in that particular thing, you know, again,

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I help