Da’Wah Priorities In The West

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each of

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our lives to create an environment

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we're here today presenting here is a situation of internal

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kept alive

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in the modified to be an internal

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think that the content of his work needs to be reflected upon Bible

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because it represents

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a major

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factor in the biography of the

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only read the biography of the Prophet.

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Oftentimes we tend to read it as a collection of facts

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which one may memorize the question

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of teaching our children etc. But we are not really aware of the importance

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of the principle that are involved in it, which is the applied our daily lives.

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When we look at the situation,

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as an

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we find that under oppression,

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those numbers, address

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those who are not able,

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educating themselves

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trying to

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grounded as possible religion

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until the command came

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to Medina

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was not satisfied with the earnings quality metric. But

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what he found

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metric society as a whole was not very smart.

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He thought other avenues were other regions by

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other people, eventually some people from the leader will come

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back to the startup to spread their

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to teach the beginners class and following that.

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For him

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when he made

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we find a turn a turning point in

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America where prohibited from fighting

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many of the laws of Islam, most of the laws

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governing society have what are the laws related to individual habits?

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like alcohol or fasting these models is not

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an Islamic foundation with secondary

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Islamic State. How do you find them? The laws concerning the government in the field

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of alcohol

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laws, punishment for those crimes and stuff

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and also the command to fight against the pagans.

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And it is from this point

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that Islam though, eventually came back and took Mecca and spread over the whole of the Arabian Peninsula.

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Now when we look at this

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is an example

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in that the principal

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did not end with

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it is

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that is authentically reported to the

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that is the day of the conquest of Mecca.

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Again the conquest

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of Mecca. And

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However, they are named, he had an intention to make

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this statement. However, at the beginning kicking in like a lot of people

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were in the

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example, Lazarus

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has died and pumped

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back up

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does not seem until you've had

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the chance to assess the tension

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and the opportunity for the acceptance of

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this the mosquito until the sun rises

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the signs of the last day.

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So, that original

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what is in reference to

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which was obligatory on Muslim at the time

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the individual

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he made

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it compulsory for them to make

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whoever did not do go put himself in a statement.

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And the problem is, is that if they were attacked, or if

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they found any kind of difficulty, you will not be obliged to protect them.

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the hindraf is

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a standing

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until the last day

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and this has been further emphasized by lowering the bar

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in Surah Nisa

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in which a lot of fun in the Medina

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bollini amphitheater on moviemaking.

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But let him out while

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the angels say the souls of those who died and sin against themselves.

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They in one slide,

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they replied, We will leave at effect and there

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was a lot of patience enough for you to make it you

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will find they are born in the

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And the angel will

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come to take the souls of

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those who die in a state of self assessment that is committing sins against us.

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And they do so by disobeying the law

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not fulfilling the commandments of the law and efforts to disobey the commandment of Allah. This is looked at ultimately as a sin against

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a person since they harm others.

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The greater harm is against ourselves. So those who die in a state of cities

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who tried to claim that they were in the state because they were weakened affects

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their resolve that allows patients and they couldn't make it. They did not have to remain.

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And a lot goes on to say that those who died in that state ultimately will find their own health

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was easier.

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Very serious

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the obligation of Israel

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A lot goes on to clarify the tuition for those who remain is the same

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Except those who are really oppressed, those are two young

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men, women and children who have no means of power.

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North they find a way of escape.

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There is hope that a lot of forgiving

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and forgiving

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the Lord who had no meaningful opportunity, their intention was to get out.

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there is hope for them for the LIDAR forgiving.

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And I would love to say that he who protect his home, and he makes it right, and the cause of alarm fires in the earth, many refugees

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and abundant

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cities are doing this for a while

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is one income you insure with a law and the live on forgiving

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who find that situation

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recognizing the pressure

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from the non Islamic Society,

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whereby we are obliged to make certain compromises or religions

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were obliged not to do things, because the society does not allow these things to be done.

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there are many,

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many compromises that we make on a daily basis. Those of us who feel

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then we have to look for some of

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then there is something fundamentally wrong about your faith.

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Because a lot

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one does not want to go from a state of Finnegan.

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So we should

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be motivated to make that change. We shouldn't feel

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that there's something wrong here.

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Turning back to the law, has to start from a point of

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sorrow, point of regret, one feeling bad about one situation as a Muslim as a serious believing, we cannot possibly be happy to live in the circumstance

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either says yes last one, maybe outside of the weather outside to another area of the country, whatever or staying in our given circumstance and struggling to make the change

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because the other

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day, they will be affected intention of struggling to make a change.

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And even when we say and why would we make the change?

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We will be fulfilling an aspect of

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because the subtle issues involved in a big change

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is one This was back when the left to the to the individual

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where he used his commitment to a lot

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of mode

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to avoid what a lot

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you what he has commanded.

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is one from whom

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from his tongue

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is not

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backed by

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by hearing from them, taking their

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why why do you want to make

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a wah wah

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wah one?

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One any great.

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Leave an abandoned law

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in remaining in our government to struggle,

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aspect of Israel, which ultimately with all of us have to come, because even for the hit went to another land or so in other areas, places have to, we have to make that internal disrupt away from what a law has.

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Now, looking at our situation here,

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we're in,

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decided to stay at

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what to do so effectively,

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we have to

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gather ourselves

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in various areas of this.

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If I didn't even to live by himself or by herself,

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surrounded by normal,

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whatever any problem arises, during, that we can call on

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the community is not there to support

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what we have here we have a massive people scattered.

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This is not really a community,

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we come together to talk

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a lot. But then we set them back again with a

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real community of feeling of being together, where we leave when we go back into that community is not there.

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And what we find is that with each person is given his own individual life, the kind of commitment necessary to make this machine or any of these masses in England,

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a truly

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vibrant and living

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core of the Muslim community is not

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Because what you find is only a few people are willing to make sacrifices.

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And the vast majority use the Maxi Delta,

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where the message should be the center of the hub.

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whereby we talk about a lot. When we talk about, we talk about the fact a lot, no shows, demonstrates the Brotherhood of Muslims, whereby when we are making a lot

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and we don't see our brother president is missing one piece a lot, then we go to his home and check on him for

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maybe six, maybe problems or whatever, that kind of a feeling cannot develop because people come to the market.

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The market is not the core and the sense of the community where people need to go back into the community.

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So the people who are in the market are not necessarily people who are

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miles away.

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So that aspect of relevance, that concern should come out of your mouth

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really can develop

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of the outside definition of faith.

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And if we're not able to implement the law

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in the full sense,

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then what can you tell the

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community is hurting

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because of his inability to implement a lower level.

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And as I said, this is really a function of the inability of the community

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or the community in various parts of the country to get together to concentrate themselves in any given area. What we do find is some concentration of people from Pakistan or

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in another area, but these are ethnical concentration.

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Indians from India

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So there's not really a question of people coming together, because of the time because when we talk about people, creating a community, by making hindrance to a given area, we're talking about a community, which reflects the

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unit universality of Islam, a community of Afro Caribbean,

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Afro Caribbean,

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or just Indian.

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As long as it is based on racial, or, you know, national lions, this cannot be.

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Because Islam crosses all barriers, we are brothers because of our faith, not because of any destiny, which we certainly that

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we should not feel affinity somebody else says that he called he was born in the same country as me, because that is something

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we have no choice about, he didn't choose to be born in Jamaica or Ghana or India or Nigeria, what are

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we what should leave that to other people,

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because this is the foundation.

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So it is essential

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in this area, to

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choose a particular region of 15 countries, whereas there was an attempt to

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by in areas rent in that area, and to begin to live in that area. And out of that will grow the two institutions,

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the real institutions, that the Islamic community needs to help them to fulfill the requirements of Islam, personal families,

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because what we're facing

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here, for the development community, is a need for education.

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We find that they're not sufficient.

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Children are going to government school.

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And we thrive on the weekend, or each day, we give them a little something.

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This cannot compete with what they're bombarded with,

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you know, six hours a day, eight hours a day in their school,

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when they come home, to come back into their given neighborhoods,

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the people who are around them in their neighborhoods, their neighbors are most likely again. So these are who they will say this. So what we give them for a few hours on the weekend, or half an hour each day cannot

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compete with what they are fighting with,

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on a daily basis, the schools, neighborhoods, and through the media, when they come home, whether it's television or whatever, newspapers, magazines.

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So, the end result

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is that a large proportion

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of the next generation will resist

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because we are capable of handing down our

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attachments with our commitment to Islam.

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So that

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we did not have a means to do so effective.

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educational institutions,

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what we often find is that the few education institutions that are available,

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the fees that are involved, there may be too high.

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The location may be too far, practically.

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So we're not even able to vary the motivation are able to make use of it.

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Whereas in a circumstance where you have a community in any given area where people are permitted to move into offices,

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then the development of an institution within that way of becoming 100 times easier than that it is whether

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it's 100 because the people of that area will be

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willingness to make the kind of sacrifices necessary to establish precedent situations, which become a service to the community because ultimately,

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Islamic schools

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which serve the community cannot do so without the support

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that they gain are never enough to cover the cost.

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This is something that I observed personally, in the number of schools that have been set up the United States and Canada, that

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door that the administration may try to separate particular figures to bring in sufficient money to pay the cost of maintenance to the school, and

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what you find is that

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there are people in the community who need to put their children in,

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and they have no means.

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And for you to tell them no, you cannot put your child in the school because you don't have the money. I mean, it's been so cool.

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It is so heartless,

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that these community schools for the most part, I'm glad to be

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very funny.

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So what you find is that the movements that are actually serving the community mean, he

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has come up

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really high. And you know, just for the sake of ambassador,

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General Islamic schools, serving these attempts to serve the needs of the community, which you find is that they do not have sufficient economic needs.

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Because they have to be the parents of teachers certain level of talent to be able to keep them in the school,

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where if the school evolved within that community,

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then you would find people in that community will have the skills and the means women to teach at a lower

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salary. Because that is a part of their community, it is a sacrifice they're willing to make, because of the needs of the community, and the community is what helps to look out for their own personal.

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I mean, when a person for example,

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if a person is called to make a sacrifice, he reflects back immediately to his family, the wife says,

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If I do this, I get hurt.

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Whereas if somebody was in a community where you have that real bubble, which has evolved from the living in

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the same area, together, whether that is struggling together, such a community, when you call on an individual sacrifice, he will feel within itself, that if I go and buy diapers, and whatever, the community will look after my family.

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So that will motivate him to make the kind of sacrifices that you cannot move.

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Furthermore, one of the things that we find in the society is that for young people, there is a need for entertainment.

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Entertainment, socially, wasn't as attractive, as IPR is protected.

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On one hand, and so the other people around you shouldn't be there because what is happening there such as such,

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but then we're not giving them

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there should be in the community, a center where young people can come and socialize and sexual according to some the founder never talk about his role. along the side of town where the young men get together, you're gonna get together especially

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when there are social activities for them, where they can fulfill, you know, their, their natural desire to, to socialize with their own peer group, in a healthy Islamic environment.

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Again, with that real community established, then you can begin to

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develop such alternative institutions.

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As actuation exists today, virtually impossible

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to read,

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all for whatever. And money goes out in the community when we get these areas as well as

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These areas are for the most part

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of limited use, because we're not able to not spend the kind of money necessary to develop them in such a way that it would be attractive

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to have the issues of media

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such a community,

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physical community, and

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then you can start to look for developing alternative media.

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You know, you have cable television,

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whereby you can set up your own programming,

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brothers who have the skills and media who could develop the program, but of course, there is no community, there's no demand, there's a demand theoretically, there is no economic demand support, which is

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those letters in position to utilize those skills.

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So, what happens is that they end up working instead with the existing

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The other thing that I think we should consider

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is that the community

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would help us to develop the kind of organization

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necessary to create economic alternatives

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because they

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ultimately will grow when economic is redistributed.

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If we have an opportunity, we have our own grocery store, which is a clothing store, etc, then no one is that without going through the various settings, and then going out in the community, we circulated.

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And this is

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very good source for economic growth. And

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also, we have the issue of interest,

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which many of us in one way or another have fallen into whether it's mortgages for our homes or shorts or vehicles or whatever, some degrees is greater than others,

00:32:29--> 00:32:37

this situation can only be resolved, when we are able to set up alternative financial institutions.

00:32:38--> 00:32:45

Again, such a community will provide the kind of basis from which was the setup.

00:32:47--> 00:32:55

And more work from the thin gray in dealing with HIV, which a lot of

00:33:00--> 00:33:02

we all have from the community.

00:33:04--> 00:33:08

A point of Tao which we cannot

00:33:10--> 00:33:18

express or develop, without particularly when we talk to people about Islam. And they say well, okay,

00:33:22--> 00:33:25

we can pull up one of the countries in the Middle East,

00:33:26--> 00:33:27

or whatever.

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

Or innocent Islam and a very theoretical

00:33:37--> 00:33:52

and only roles, you know, we'll have more intellectual or whatever, nobody drops, the potential of this theory would then become attractive for the average person. I mean, he would like to see it in practice, living examples

00:33:54--> 00:34:12

with individuals are able to show something to our own characters. Now, behavior we give people etc, are able to show them something. But then it's very difficult to live according to this law, because it's one of the brightest teacher out there calling

00:34:13--> 00:34:16

to the Father Pickens, who has people who have

00:34:18--> 00:34:21

I mean, everybody wants to sell your products.

00:34:24--> 00:34:28

Whether you're a Jehovah's Witness, or you are a salesperson of a store, or whatever

00:34:30--> 00:34:33

it is we'll learn if you train yourself with

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


00:34:39--> 00:34:40

good character.

00:34:47--> 00:34:54

We, if we were able to develop that physical community would then present

00:34:55--> 00:34:56

an Islamic environment

00:34:58--> 00:34:59

an alternative

00:35:00--> 00:35:06

a community of that size is one way women and children who feel safe and

00:35:09--> 00:35:17

comfortable with love for men who often do in the society is a lot easier for the man in his dress

00:35:19--> 00:35:20

is not required

00:35:21--> 00:35:22

to be as obvious

00:35:24--> 00:35:27

islamically as a woman, or a woman,

00:35:34--> 00:35:39

and just to maintain our basic, you have to do that automatically, she finds out that

00:35:41--> 00:35:43

she will be under pressure

00:35:45--> 00:35:47

in a way that then I rarely

00:35:50--> 00:35:52

one attempts to do is send support

00:35:55--> 00:35:56

to you give up.

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And then we make up

00:36:02--> 00:36:02


00:36:06--> 00:36:07

for the workshop,

00:36:10--> 00:36:16

we cannot blame her if she lives to compromise and give us some time

00:36:19--> 00:36:21

unless we are prepared to

00:36:30--> 00:36:34

Islamic community, the pharmaceutical community what

00:36:35--> 00:36:36


00:36:40--> 00:36:43

the whatever was the for those people who are without

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


00:36:47--> 00:36:52

without training is willing to help them to develop skills and stick with utilizing their home to

00:36:54--> 00:36:55

face the

00:36:56--> 00:36:59

pressures on non Islamic Society.

00:37:01--> 00:37:06

So we would then provide a means that our

00:37:07--> 00:37:12

boy, he could come into the community and experience Islam.

00:37:14--> 00:37:15

It is something

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


00:37:23--> 00:37:24


00:37:26--> 00:37:28

within another planet circumstance,

00:37:30--> 00:37:33

struggling to establish Islam

00:37:35--> 00:37:37

with its institutions

00:37:38--> 00:37:42

and systems of education, economics, etc.

00:37:45--> 00:37:46

are given such time

00:37:47--> 00:37:48

as we are able

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


00:37:52--> 00:37:55

gain control over the

00:37:56--> 00:38:01

political, economic and social aspects of our lives at least on that community level.

00:38:02--> 00:38:04

Then, we will be obliged

00:38:05--> 00:38:11

to make certain compromises with the existing system.

00:38:15--> 00:38:16

I would say that

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and this is

00:38:19--> 00:38:20

my opinion

00:38:22--> 00:38:24

in relationship to

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working within

00:38:27--> 00:38:28

the establishment.

00:38:30--> 00:38:32

Whether the legal profession

00:38:33--> 00:38:34

or in the police

00:38:36--> 00:38:39

are in very good systems by

00:38:40--> 00:38:45

which, if they're not somehow pressured or modified

00:38:46--> 00:38:48

will harm the community.

00:38:51--> 00:38:51

I would suggest

00:38:53--> 00:38:54

that it is necessary

00:38:55--> 00:38:57

that some brothers

00:39:00--> 00:39:01

become lawyers

00:39:03--> 00:39:04


00:39:05--> 00:39:15

be able to provide a means of protection for the community validate means of livelihood a person goes under lawyers make a lot of money

00:39:17--> 00:39:21

but as a means of protection of the community,

00:39:22--> 00:39:24

from that legal system,

00:39:25--> 00:39:36

they would enter into the legal system and utilize it to defend the Muslim individuals and communities. when the need arises,

00:39:38--> 00:39:44

what a person of necessity will not be able to utilize the law

00:39:45--> 00:39:57

freely as the non Muslim lawyers may utilize that is a Muslim lawyer that will not be allowed to defend someone who knows to be a criminal

00:39:58--> 00:39:59

drug dealer

00:40:01--> 00:40:01


00:40:04--> 00:40:08

this type of law, which is really what brings the fame and the money.

00:40:09--> 00:40:11

The lawyer will not be allowed to

00:40:12--> 00:40:19

take up cases which involve human rights, rights such as where, according to the law of the country,

00:40:22--> 00:40:34

which is acceptable. I don't mean, if you have, for example, a gay liberation, who says, you know, it's my right according to the law. And so you're going to defend it, because it's like a force of law.

00:40:36--> 00:40:39

According to the law, what is acceptable is not to blame the defense,

00:40:40--> 00:40:44

what is not acceptable in terms of one practice to

00:40:45--> 00:40:46

avoid the areas.

00:40:48--> 00:40:56

So, I would suggest, and from my own experience, in North American context, wearables,

00:40:58--> 00:41:00

in recent years entered into the system,

00:41:02--> 00:41:06

we have found that it has made a difference

00:41:07--> 00:41:15

in the way in which the author community deals with the Mississippi, it's not a deal, for example,

00:41:17--> 00:41:23

on a black and white basis, for example, in New York City, with a police force is all white.

00:41:25--> 00:41:26

It was extremely vicious.

00:41:29--> 00:41:30

What black police,

00:41:32--> 00:41:41

I didn't mean that all of a sudden analog or vicious, but the viciousness was decreased. Significantly, not able to just latch on to

00:41:44--> 00:41:44

the fact

00:41:47--> 00:41:54

what we observed, for example, in New Jersey, New York, we have their 15 Muslims who are policemen

00:41:56--> 00:42:02

who are no Muslim, there are others who are hiding their Islam, but they also

00:42:05--> 00:42:05


00:42:07--> 00:42:11

they are, they're come to the aid of the community in so many circumstances, you know,

00:42:15--> 00:42:24

where the law would have come down on Muslims, you know, from a variety of different perspectives, they're been able to keep that law firm, Army.

00:42:27--> 00:42:39

Personally, I mean, I could express that they provided me a form of security. And due to the fact that the

00:42:40--> 00:42:43

contract was put up on me by the

00:42:45--> 00:42:46

United States.

00:42:47--> 00:42:51

Because the book which I wrote exposing the falsity of that belief,

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

they provided

00:42:56--> 00:43:13

us were able to provide for me a level of security, whereby I was able to give lectures, even on a large scale basis, which had in the audience, the number of people following me, and saw that, because of the kind of security they were able to provide

00:43:14--> 00:43:26

legal, legally able to carry weapon systems have metal detectors, and they were able to provide an envelope security, that otherwise would not have been

00:43:27--> 00:43:33

spoken, because regardless of what may be out there, when one time the guy

00:43:37--> 00:43:38

or whoever, you know, the

00:43:40--> 00:43:58

type of camels, that is that we euthanize whatever it means exists in the society to ensure whether it is one safety or the successive ones. And then we put our trust in Allah, we don't just jump off a cliff, and you know, expect a lot.

00:44:02--> 00:44:05

So, as I say, from my own experience there

00:44:06--> 00:44:34

and that of many in America, we have seen that Muslims entering into the various institutions of the society, you have been able to benefit the Muslim community on a level which would not have been possible otherwise. So I did something. I feel that those of us as part of a strategy for dealing in this weapons product a lot of circumstance

00:44:35--> 00:44:49

will open here. They need to look at this. Realistically have I've heard a number of others who have felt the concern and desire to voice the law. Now I've been told by others others around

00:44:51--> 00:45:00

cetera, when in fact, it is not clearly a situation. It is truly a person going into the legal system they have to make

00:45:00--> 00:45:04

compromise, we may have to stand when the judge comes in these type of things.

00:45:07--> 00:45:12

However, when we look at the arm, we have a left arm and a greater heart,

00:45:13--> 00:45:32

under pressure, under oppression, allow to take the lesser of two evils to prevent immigration and where there are institutions which have policies etc, which are for the benefit of the society to certain degrees, Muslims are now a part of that, because we know,

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

that said

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

concerning a gathering, which took place in Mecca, prior to this process is known as simple food in which the theaters of operation

00:45:46--> 00:45:47

had gotten together

00:45:48--> 00:45:55

and proposed that they would have this committee, which would look out to the orphans, the needy

00:45:57--> 00:46:00

people who are in need in the society.

00:46:04--> 00:46:05

Right now, we know when

00:46:07--> 00:46:12

we tell our women, that they must cover themselves, everything except for the face and hands, or

00:46:13--> 00:46:14


00:46:19--> 00:46:25

But we are wondering that they must come. But if they have to go for a checkup,

00:46:26--> 00:46:34

or they have to go for deliverability or for an operation, then we're not gonna go to the hospital.

00:46:47--> 00:46:47


00:46:48--> 00:47:05

we encourage some of the sisters in the community to develop the skills of gynecology, etc. so that we can have in our community, a clinic, where our women can go through and that for themselves,

00:47:06--> 00:47:11

then we as a community carry the feeling that every woman falls into where

00:47:15--> 00:47:16

we are.

00:47:17--> 00:47:20

Because it is a community

00:47:27--> 00:47:27

get up to

00:47:28--> 00:47:33

10 falls on the record. But if nothing gets us to do it, then we all carry

00:47:37--> 00:47:38

another air this

00:47:39--> 00:47:39

way down to earth.

00:47:42--> 00:47:45

And there are many, many other professions

00:47:46--> 00:47:48

by which they all

00:47:50--> 00:47:52

develop or maybe use for the benefits.

00:47:58--> 00:47:58

I will say

00:47:59--> 00:48:02

that wasn't here hear.

00:48:07--> 00:48:08

Either you're

00:48:10--> 00:48:12

staying and sort

00:48:15--> 00:48:18

of leaving this environment, if you're able to.

00:48:21--> 00:48:24

However, even world with the trouble.

00:48:25--> 00:48:31

There is an aspect of hedra which remains open. And that is an external

00:48:34--> 00:48:35

part of the country.

00:48:36--> 00:49:03

And then we need to look into these possibilities very seriously, for us to provide a foundation for the development of Islamic community, whereby we may apply our Islam on a larger scale on a poorer scale. And we should make this effort believing that in

00:49:04--> 00:49:05

this country,

00:49:07--> 00:49:18

we shouldn't think and look at the people around us because they're, you know, the colonizers are, you know, they're people of these backgrounds or whatever. They're not like them, you know, that were accepted.

00:49:20--> 00:49:23

That was Islam here. So our minds are always in terms of getting

00:49:25--> 00:49:35

we're going to be here and we should struggle, believing that it is possible that we could establish whether the claim is established or not alive, but

00:49:36--> 00:49:40

why we did this. We will ask why we

00:49:42--> 00:49:43

were here. Why would

00:49:45--> 00:49:47

we ultimately are

00:49:48--> 00:49:50

required to make

00:49:51--> 00:49:52


00:49:56--> 00:49:57


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

As I said,

00:50:02--> 00:50:04

it is only to the establishment of

00:50:07--> 00:50:08


00:50:09--> 00:50:12

community that will will remake some aspects of

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


00:50:14--> 00:50:20

There's only two ways that we will be able to successfully establish the kind of

00:50:21--> 00:50:42

weather, educational, economic or social, which will provide alternatives for in turn, and our children, families, whereby they may live more fully Islamic life, and whereby we may convey Islam to the next generation

00:50:43--> 00:50:43

coming up

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


00:50:47--> 00:50:48

mentioned, Furthermore,

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

the establishment of such communities would provide an example

00:50:57--> 00:51:00

which we are at a loss without

00:51:01--> 00:51:01

the buyer.

00:51:03--> 00:51:04

And, ultimately,

00:51:06--> 00:51:10

that's local to the establishment community will require us

00:51:11--> 00:51:12

until such time

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

to enter into the various political forces

00:51:21--> 00:51:44

which have some means of benefiting the community, which if they are not manipulated or utilized, will harm the community, we are applied, I feel that we are obliged in some way, shape or form, to enter into these institutions and use them for benefits for the benefit of the community as a whole.

00:51:45--> 00:51:46


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

becoming full for this system,

00:51:52--> 00:52:03

but of preventing these tools from harming us in the way that they are presently harming us. And we'll proceed until we establish

00:52:06--> 00:52:07

I will stop here.

00:52:17--> 00:52:18

And as our brother said,

00:52:21--> 00:52:24

needs discussion. Next.

00:52:25--> 00:52:26

One your ideas

00:52:27--> 00:52:32

are being proposed possible alternatives have been proposed

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

to take what is useful

00:52:39--> 00:52:40

and leave what is not

00:52:41--> 00:52:45

inside of consideration where we're here to argue our

00:52:46--> 00:52:48

my opinion and your opinion

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

to prove you wrong or be wrong.

00:52:54--> 00:53:04

But it is both to be a means of exchange passing on information and we should discuss the information with

00:53:17--> 00:53:18

the operation

00:53:29--> 00:53:29


00:53:34--> 00:53:35


00:53:36--> 00:53:37

the process

00:53:39--> 00:53:41

with regard to forming a community

00:53:44--> 00:53:50

when the people needing the kind of needs that people have lacked the knowledge producers,

00:53:52--> 00:53:56

as you have correctly pointed out, many times the national

00:54:01--> 00:54:06

assessment despite the contention, that they are

00:54:14--> 00:54:16

my opinion is that

00:54:18--> 00:54:19


00:54:21--> 00:54:22

is as strong

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


00:54:26--> 00:54:28

the community

00:54:30--> 00:54:31

allow it to be

00:54:32--> 00:54:33

or direct.

00:54:36--> 00:54:39

If we the type of leadership that we have is not suitable.

00:54:41--> 00:54:47

The people will not have the people are aware of what their priorities should be

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


00:54:50--> 00:54:57

insist strive to establish it, then the leadership will either conform or be

00:55:00--> 00:55:02

But the idea has to take

00:55:05--> 00:55:06

proposing an idea,

00:55:07--> 00:55:08

an idea which

00:55:09--> 00:55:12

has been proposed in a number of different other ways,

00:55:15--> 00:55:15

we need

00:55:16--> 00:55:18

to be committed to the idea,

00:55:20--> 00:55:21

recognize the need for

00:55:22--> 00:55:32

if, as a mass of people will recognize that, then we can start to set up committees, or

00:55:36--> 00:55:46

conferences or whatever, which would then be dedicated to developing a winning conference not conferences,

00:55:49--> 00:55:58

conferences, working conference working committees, where we then start to look into ways the means of implementing these ideas.

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

And this

00:56:01--> 00:56:02


00:56:03--> 00:56:12

should draw from a cross section of the community, because you will find people in all of the various classes all over the country who

00:56:13--> 00:56:17

may hold the same IP. So, people should be

00:56:18--> 00:56:19

the basis of this idea.

00:56:21--> 00:56:25

Once the idea has taken root in the society,

00:56:27--> 00:56:27

a large

00:56:29--> 00:56:31

representation of the community

00:56:33--> 00:56:34

committed to the idea, then,

00:56:36--> 00:57:08

just about establishing the necessary steps, this may take place within an existing structure because not all communities are on the same level, we're not going to say we can't really attack everything conveniently, they're all ethnocentric You know, there are all this and all that there will be a variety of variation within the various communities and we may find amongst them one particular Masjid or community area where people are

00:57:09--> 00:57:14

quite open to the idea. And in that case, and we concentrate our efforts

00:57:17--> 00:57:21

should not start off pessimistic, we want to start off

00:57:23--> 00:57:29

believing Is that possible? Because if we don't believe it's possible, to get both and of course, it ain't going

00:57:32--> 00:57:44

to deliver is optimistic, not pessimistic. So, we should go into the situation believing fundamentally impossible, then what we got to look to see what are the ways that means of

00:57:46--> 00:57:46


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

some people

00:58:01--> 00:58:01


00:58:18--> 00:58:19

this is a view

00:58:21--> 00:58:23

particularly within the

00:58:24--> 00:58:25

kind of image

00:58:27--> 00:58:28


00:58:30--> 00:58:31

varying degrees

00:58:33--> 00:58:36

have been accepted by the other schools,

00:58:37--> 00:58:42

but none of them really accepted, you know, as an orphan like

00:58:44--> 00:58:51

where because you and your life decided by the start of college now becomes allowed for you to be a criminal.

00:58:53--> 00:58:54

None of them are promoted

00:58:56--> 00:58:57

people who

00:59:00--> 00:59:06

need to do this exactly. I mean, these are criminal minded individuals

00:59:07--> 00:59:15

who claim to be Muslims, and will use these kinds of divisions, you know, as an excuse for the criminality

00:59:19--> 00:59:20

category that I'm in.

00:59:21--> 00:59:23

Now, what

00:59:24--> 00:59:26

was spoken of in the past

00:59:31--> 00:59:37

dark heart was really a society which was at war with.

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

So if you a society people who are their arms are killing

00:59:46--> 00:59:47

you and that person

00:59:49--> 00:59:57

may be involved in dealing with interest and so on. So this may be permitted to use because of that warning situation.

00:59:58--> 00:59:59

None of them say

01:00:01--> 01:00:03

Then under this circumstance, you can commit rape.

01:00:05--> 01:00:15

Is that a license to criminality? Which is what? Some people who are echoing this kind of statement tend to move towards a license of criminality?

01:00:16--> 01:00:29

No. But on the circumstances of pressure of life and death, when one is in a state of war, there are certain allowances that one may do this, or one they do that is under normally on atomic states.

01:00:33--> 01:00:34

However, the circumstances

01:00:36--> 01:00:43

are in a very theoretical sense. You know, why do you think everything outside of Islam is done.

01:00:45--> 01:00:47

And some scholars also held that there was an in between

01:00:51--> 01:00:55

area were in some kind of agreement.

01:00:58--> 01:01:00

This is not considered to be dollars.

01:01:01--> 01:01:06

When we look at the circumstance here, where Muslims are able to

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


01:01:10--> 01:01:19

and do most of the basic thing that is not for us to legitimately think this is Darren Hardy in the sense that in a hopeless

01:01:20--> 01:01:20


01:01:22--> 01:01:24

it's very far fetched,

01:01:25--> 01:01:33

it is closer to a area of cheating, then it is one area of war.

01:01:34--> 01:01:49

And you may find some individuals who use arguments well, Muslims were starving in Ethiopia, this is a result of the policies of Britain. Therefore, it is okay for me to steal from the fact that

01:01:53--> 01:01:59

if in fact, you are stealing from the bank, and taking this money and sending it to the material,

01:02:04--> 01:02:07

if it is clearly shown that whatever we're

01:02:11--> 01:02:11

talking about,

01:02:13--> 01:02:20

the people were talking about robbing the bank, buying a nice home for themselves to the next car, and we'll be talking about,

01:02:23--> 01:02:26

guarantee those people who like to promote this idea of

01:02:28--> 01:02:34

I would say, in fact, most of what has been promoted as being legitimate, and in fact, really not.

01:02:36--> 01:02:39

And when we deal in the area of interest,

01:02:40--> 01:02:44

specific interest is something of such

01:02:45--> 01:02:47

a variable, where we have,

01:02:49--> 01:02:51

you know, attacking it with such force.

01:02:53--> 01:02:59

We need to feel about dealing with interest, and finding justifications for dealing

01:03:02--> 01:03:03

we may need to fill out one

01:03:05--> 01:03:08

because it's very easy to find justification.

01:03:10--> 01:03:13

And this is something of the major

01:03:15--> 01:03:20

identify the seven major shifts, and magic is stuck in their ribbon

01:03:26--> 01:03:40

that the rubber has been divided into over 70 different varieties, the simplest of which is equivalent to a man having sexual relations with his mother.

01:03:45--> 01:03:48

In law, if you get an intern that will take them

01:03:50--> 01:03:52

to a person who has sex with his mother.

01:03:53--> 01:03:56

And when I say that's not what the law says, What

01:03:58--> 01:04:01

is that the same way that we would feel?

01:04:02--> 01:04:16

If somebody was to suggest to us to have sexual relations with our mother, then we should also feel different when somebody presents to us to get involved with healing. What in fact happens that people feel very comfortable

01:04:19--> 01:04:19

to be with this.

01:04:20--> 01:04:24

They will feel any kind of repulsion any kind of sickness within itself.

01:04:26--> 01:04:28

And that's because

01:04:30--> 01:04:34

you're safe. quality levels are dangerously low

01:04:36--> 01:04:38

and they need to reflect and hear about

01:05:51--> 01:05:52

You know, I think it's

01:05:54--> 01:05:58

the situation here is something similar. I'm not saying that

01:06:03--> 01:06:04


01:06:06--> 01:06:08

safer than it is to

01:06:10--> 01:06:10


01:06:11--> 01:06:12

in my

01:06:14--> 01:06:17

in the issue concerning the abrogation,

01:06:20--> 01:06:27

this is one of contention amongst themselves. It's not something

01:06:29--> 01:06:31

that is not allowed.

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Because the practice of the proper

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way prior to his death

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involves making certain

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treaties with

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non Muslim forces, the very last battle

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that they were involved in.

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Among the Muslim forces that were to do battle.

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There were treaty arrangements with them.

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And this is right up until shortly before the death of

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in practice

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all the way along

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find something

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and as such some virus called also know that.

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But now, what is it about

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was PCBs on a particular time,

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then they go into the detailed reasoning of what type?

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the question of if you are convinced that

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you are in a state of house, and you're going to make adjustments,

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if you are in a situation where you look at the situation here, and it was clearly a situation of power, though, you may not necessarily look at this.

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But it was clearly a situation, then you work islamically

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one thing I would say is that

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one of the problems with faces

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is that there exist different views.

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And if we're not able

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to allow people

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to have different views,

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then we put our rights to the degree, and we're not able to work together to do something.

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So while For example, I may not agree with you,

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we still have a circumstance that we're living under here, and we are safe obligation to do. So. I would agree with you to give her

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something which is fundamental to Islam, like our belief in Allah and the Prophet

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salons and fundamentally,

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we work on the basis of what is fundamental to us.

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And in that way, we can make some change and have some impact on

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yourself. Ultimately, when you reach the point where hindraf possible for you, and at that point, you're about

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to leave.

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But whatever you try to get

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So, again, I just want to emphasize the importance of you know, there are a number of different views out there, we need to be flexible in

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dealing with the different views

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concentrating on the fundamental issues, wherein we can cooperate, do something here

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but only

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given here you're not fighting fire

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control that

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would be encouraged to come in there and they would see

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what what effect that

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they have on a community

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on a given area, what kind what is the what are the results that Islam has implemented is limited to what is the result of the people

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to become a living example

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and you get an account

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today, we look

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the only community that says

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if you want to just get an idea of what can happen

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soccer in America

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however, the basis under which they have gathered

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but if you just want to know how where people similar to the areas of cultural

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presence, how it can affect

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that is an example.

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You will see I know in

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almost every major city in America

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in Chinatown, you'll see our environment.

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Situation example.

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Truly Islamic basis has not been successfully implemented.

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People sufficiently motivated to make the necessary

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unrealistic you had one attendance was made.

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But the leadership and the

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individuals involved are more

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attempting to

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the experience

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they were trying to relive the

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And the ideology

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expanded to certain points, but then sort of fell down

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the road goals are unrealistic

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projects which

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Adobe architecture

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techniques to use in Indian,

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01:15:45--> 01:15:45


01:15:46--> 01:15:47


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Adobe architecture, he was brought out there

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is no landmark in America.

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But in a way you end up spending $2 million

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to build a

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must, I mean,

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that kind of money I mean, you could have built more lasting structures,

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which may not be as

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easy, but more practical and more lasting than the money to be used for

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mismanagement of funds based on unrealistic goals. The project from what comes from

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there is also in the same

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form of followers.

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They, Mississippi they formed a community that's

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where they are,

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again problems of ideology, but they gathered in a particular area where they consume large amounts of land.

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But it's a farming because

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what it does,

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finding a very good place to go. But

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in my view, normally try to develop in the

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area. Most people in the major cities are not capable of

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living on a farm.

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So we need to develop alternatives within

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people who have different skills and still be able to utilize whilst living.

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Are you aware?

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There's a number of years in

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However, versus we know, that

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understanding the bond,

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we do not limit the

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understanding of the verse.

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circumstances of time in which it was revealed where the verse is applicable our time and

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original meaning of the verse was in reference to people who did not make

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along with the song.

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However, as I pointed out,

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the senior

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not make themselves in the state of profession. So wherever Muslims are in question, and Hitler is an option, and they either don't make

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them the verb seems to apply to them.

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About our medical professional medications, financial

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with all this

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leadership, what we find today we find many

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Well, the issue is,

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we know

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enjoined enough, whenever we reach a certain number of beyond three that we should

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be appointed

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for decision making process and any project of this nature, whether the source community

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across the land,

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there would have to

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be some form of dealership involved to guide the efforts.

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The leader

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designated as,

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the danger comes

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into the issue of

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fundamentally we're required to the danger comes when people misinterpret what

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are the function of

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when the mirror now becomes a mirror

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is given the status of the mirror of the

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people are required to make back.

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Now, we have another situation, which in my view, is a very dangerous situation.

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Because once a person claims that

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we are we also have the other

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states as well.

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And another person called to be in a mirror, we should kill him.

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Because this is like opening the door

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for them to kill them.

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Documents never say that the person who may actually be doing this and making that

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mistake that potential is there. When you have a similar pattern,

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it seems to apply in that system assigns the status of given individuals, can you potentially have this

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situation evolved?

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So, I would say that the function of an engineer

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is really more of a coordinating function, not one that you are giving their opinion or you're planning your life, Legion. Man is that absolute right to make decisions overriding the decisions of your shoe and everything.

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But one, where everybody may agree on something the

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counselor he has with him agrees on a political appointee says no, no.

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No, he has the final say in that fashion. So, this is very dangerous, because many of the cases if not most of the cases, where people who are in positions of being here do not have sufficient background and Islamic knowledge unfortunately,

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very dangerous

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said that a mere person will need such an effort will be one was functioning more than ordination one would abide by the decisions of the shore as a whole. He would

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be a figure who would speak on behalf of a consultative group within consultants

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depends on four nations.

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That kind of a mirror, I would say would be necessary, necessary for any project that we may attempt to establish.

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When trying to establish community.

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What do you do? people constantly strive to undermine leadership alleging that the leadership does not have nothing.

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And these people make these

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I feel that

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knowledge is an essential component in the industry.

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with the state of ignorance of general

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we are obliged to accept leadership

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whose knowledge may be limited.

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And it's not a problem.

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It may lead leader knows his limitations

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is not being presented as a miracle.

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These kind of issues no problem. But in the Congo problem for the water was promoted as beautiful as they are two anyone practicing leadership abilities.

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So, I would suggest that with the correct kind of leadership, which this situation demands, such questions or such an amazing of such issues does not present a problem and does not undermine leadership, because that leadership recognizes that it has an occasion

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not all knowing you can easily say no, it

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was not an absolute kind of situation, or any kind of statement of that nature is not a personal attack against itself or against.

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You can take that in stride.

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But when the leadership is in the wrong form, this is where this becomes an issue, undermining leadership.

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In any efforts, we have to be open to criticism,

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to questions raised about decisions made, we should never feel that we are above

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I would say that the point is what seems to be the main point that what you're saying that really

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for any of these kinds of efforts to be successful,

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we will have to be able to utilize the resources that are available.

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this utilization has to be on the basis of people

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should not be on the basis of friendship. no effort is put into this position because he's my friend.

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No, but the first

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job it should be because he's the one who gets killed.

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Have to give priority to people give them an after the man.

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But after our foundations of faith, we're dealing with people to be put in a position to be according to their

01:29:30--> 01:29:33

factual what what the capabilities are

01:29:34--> 01:29:38

to prevent the community or the efforts from becoming you know,

01:29:41--> 01:29:42

getting tied

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showing up

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rather than the first.

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However, I would just like to add that

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many of the accusations raised again

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when in fact

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find that many of you

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were plagued with delays.

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When you actually get back into

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duration issues are available

01:31:10--> 01:31:13

to find in practice much at fault

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a lot of animals

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a train of

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he was a person who turned his

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Islamic spread on a major scale which involves making very decisive and precise decisions.