The Call To Islam Part 1

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Have a lot of

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hobbies

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in medicine Nikolay

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Romagna lat,

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last prophet Muhammad from the last line.

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And then all of those will follow the path of righteousness until the last day

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before

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the topic

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and the color

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just

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a few things about myself. Some of you who don't know who I am

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the thing that I will say about myself, I relevant to the topic.

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I was born in Jamaica

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and grew up in Canada,

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where, in 1972, I accepted that

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I went to University of Medina

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college

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and did enough

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theology from University of

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Islamic studies

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for 10 years,

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and

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I continued and did a PhD in Islamic theology from University of Wales.

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And

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I am presently a professor in some studies in

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southern Indiana

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University I was involved in the process of Islam is the curriculum of setting up Islamic Studies.

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And I met you there

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and I teach students

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across various fields of

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hobbies,

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significant points

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without a call,

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I wouldn't be here before you

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and

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your calling

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is a responsibility on each and every one.

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Although people commonly think that this is up only on knowledgeable,

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qualified people who are qualified to give dollar

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The fact of the matter is that our requirements on each and every one

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jumping

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an issue of speculation that there are differences of opinion on the matter

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the deciding factor

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to determine whether something is compulsory or not, hopefully, in the book

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and the Sunnah of the messenger of Hamas

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is

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that we understand opposition will be live.

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We find

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that the 1625 I love them

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all and nothing happened.

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Call to the way of your knowledge

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and wisdom.

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What is the command

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recommending in command

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and Prophet Mohammad mega

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menu it will allow

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you to convey from me wherever you've learned, even if it is only a single verse from the

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command from Allah subhanho wa Taala and command from

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Lessons

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from a mind.

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And if we don't use

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it, we go against it,

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then we have to be aware of the punishment of

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the punishment of

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one that's in the branch

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concerning those

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who do not

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follow the commandments,

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that there will fall upon them,

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calamity

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and punishment,

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in order to further emphasize to us.

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Now,

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in the second chapter of the Quran,

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Allah says, he was 140

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the habits

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in a law,

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practice,

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then he will hide

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evidence

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which has come to him from

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each and every one of us.

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And we bear witness.

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As we do not convey this to others, when you're hiding,

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you're not hiding,

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that somebody asks you something and you don't tell them. It could mean that you know what is better for the person and you don't care, even though they do.

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Furthermore, in the change

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in the 150, lives,

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those

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messages and guidance

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made clear to the people

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and hurt by all,

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not doing something

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for not being something which is compulsory,

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for later,

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which is

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hiding knowledge is hard. And because of that, we become subject to the curse of Allah.

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Furthermore, Mohammed

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says,

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amen,

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whatever height,

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that is knowledge,

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of limited

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knowledge,

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represents

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knowledge

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will be random,

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by

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a branding iron from the fire,

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crush a punishment is not for something, not doing something which is recommended, is a punishment for

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evil, a major evil

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if we

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the blessing of Allah.

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We can only receive them if we fulfill the commandment of Allah.

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Have you held the revision of a loss

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can you do your duty to allow

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What is the percentage?

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So, if we weren't here

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with the majority of people, I believe

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we can only achieve it

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by supporting technology and religion

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and that requires us each and every one of us

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conveying the message of job to those around us

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there's no one way

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to give our people

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because people are very

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varying circumstances.

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And

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right your doctor

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the guy you want to talk with must know something of the background of the people in order to give them suitable medicine

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solution in a language and in a way, which will be accessible to them.

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It is a requirement

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to know the people

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who are calling

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in every one of us living here,

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I'm in contact with non believers

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whether it be in a job in our shop,

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whether it is at

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various agencies, government or otherwise, you have to deal with, we are in contact with

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we each and every one of us has a duty to try to convey the message.

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As I said, even if you only have

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we need to pass it on.

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Some of us, maybe we language

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fires in

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English,

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then we have chocolate,

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it is a responsibility on our part.

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We are here taking economic benefits from the

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blessing on that money that we're taking you must give something back

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we need to spend some of that money to buy some have just

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some great some material that we can offer to the customer.

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Okay, maybe they won't appreciate you sticking it in their hand.

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But we can have a sense.

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We can have a stand in our shop, whatever, where we have we material.

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inviting people,

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not something forced upon them. But something

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can be on the counter a little standard offering the material.

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It could be

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that we give them

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some reminder, sometimes they convert

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something to remind them of God.

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We don't have to use Arabic we have to get into the issues of giving them a plan and advocacy.

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Different things and the longer just put your shop number and phone number etc.

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Word some

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somebody

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there are variety of different ways that we can convey that message. We don't have the language.

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Furthermore, we have

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a responsibility to convey the message

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By our,

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by dysplasia people

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what is a word

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that a Muslim is distinguishable, he is different, she is different from normal.

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If we

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are indistinguishable, we carry on in our businesses, the same way that

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we sell them inferior products.

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How can we convey anything of Islam to them, even the pamphlet that may be meaningless.

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So

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the practice of using materials must be supported by living.

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When you consider how

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for places like Indonesia, where

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we have something like 150 million Muslims, the largest Muslim nation,

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not a single

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children that's put on that for sure, which is

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my favorite

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traders left Southern Arabia hagoromo.

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trading.

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Now, people have been trading with them from India, from China, obviously,

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some of them converted to Buddhism, we convert into Hinduism.

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But it never really changed the religion of the nation.

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And people in dealing with the risk of injury came across challenges, which they had nothing before.

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People who would tell them things were inferior. If they had some defects, they would inform the customer that there is a defect.

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This would be considered suicide, in terms of hiring practices,

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selling defective products and how you make your most money

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on the Atlantic, but

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this is how

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I was gonna say they're not Muslim,

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brothers and sisters,

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in terms of cheating, deception, which means whether you're dealing with

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the Torah,

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where the Torah said that they shouldn't be allowed

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to say that you should not give a

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group

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permission for them dealing with non Jews or Gentiles, but not permissible for them in dealing with other Jewish

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religion in the fashion.

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And because of that, they were cursed by Allah.

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Allah mentions how they change the religion and God upon themselves.

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He's not mentioning that so we say no, he's sorry, why did

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he mention these things?

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That he do not fall into the same category as

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for them, the religion was deliberately hidden from the people.

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You don't find people calling to Judaism. In fact, if you convert to Judaism, they will look down upon you.

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Very difficult to be accepted. It is like a

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religion

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is indistinguishable from the nation like a race has become something racial.

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Part of the reason why

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they hid the knowledge from the people and they change the truth

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to their own desires. Because of that, there were

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a lot of things about these things. One of them is that we don't want to

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become known among the masses of the people as an Indian religion

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or Samadhi

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This is a distortion.

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If we are positioned, then we are hiding Islam

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because Islam has nothing to do with race.

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Hello, my background has nothing to do with that.

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In short

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it's a choice to obey the commandment of Allah

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and reject disobedience with commandments.

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This is a union show, which should be available for

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up for people at church, we not only have to operate as I said in terms of materials that we give them,

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we have to offer it to them by our example

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in

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Lima, Mahatma Gandhi, Mahatma

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complete for you your highest

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aspect of moral

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moral

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righteousness

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model

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this is the essence of Islam all the powers of

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morality

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living morals righteous life

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all have what he recognized as an issue

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of fasting

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I've had

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all of the various acts of

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me that I apps which are to create that write that good model

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because it is only those that are good model character who will inherit childhood

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This is why

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one will constantly spread rumors and gossip about people will never end Japonica

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because bad

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evil characters destructive character

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whose characters

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are being a rumor monger, always studying rumors about people talking about people behind their back in

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London.

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They can sit down and talk to you except they're talking about before that one of the other ones

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destroy the essence of their faith.

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And that

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they will never enter Canada is a shame

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is indispensable.

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We cannot separate it from what we define

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is not nearly knowledge,

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knowledge of a law, knowledge of our responsibility to Allah.

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Face to face is manifest in models.

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This is why a lot of times are highlighted

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with regards to color in the color.

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Very,

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very good from Hebrew speech, and he will be

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the law does not prevent us from evil and evil the

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actions that we are doing

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when we will not attain any reward

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and said it will be a perfect

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example of

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a law that needs our prayers.

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He didn't

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follow regular prayer because he needed to worship

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because we need to work

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we need to worship Him.

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In order to attain righteousness, because in the worship of Allah,

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we remember Allah, we develop our consciousness of Allah.

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And Allah says very clearly,

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with regards to the law, and its establishment,

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established the pair for my remembrance,

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in order that you may remember the purpose.

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When we remember our law,

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then our actions

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Don't forget Allah

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was able to

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put ideas in our mind or enhance ideas that we thought about, and we fall in evil.

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We cannot be thinking about a lot.

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These two don't come together.

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This is why God said

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that

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the one committing

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fornication or adultery

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is not a believer like he or she

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leaves us at that point, they cannot be comfortable on the consciousness of a lot of what will stop them from doing that.

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And that's why I've said that individuals

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who is called

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to fornication or adultery by a beautiful woman,

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and he trusts himself, he remembers a lot of substance in your life, you

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will be under the shade of a lot groans on the day when there will be no shade.

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Because ultimately, it is the consciousness of law, which makes us human beings make our model human.

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We're not calling people to become Pakistanis, or Somalis or Europa click on our culture.

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We're calling people for righteousness.

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righteousness, morality, morality, which has been defined by a lot.

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Not a lot of human human beings decide.

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Because human morality,

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morality,

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common sense tells them

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you should be here.

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But human morality,

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which we may call democratic morality, based on the opinion of the majority,

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is corruption is the essence of

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what pleases the majority of good and

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evil.

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This approach to morality is the essence of corruption. This is why we find the heroes of the top

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nations were cursed for coming to the society, homosexuality.

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fornication, because

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whatever is done between consenting adults,

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as long as the people are consenting adults,

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effect of corruption.

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morality is defined by God.

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What God defined the good is good when he defined the evil, evil,

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reliable source

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of morality,

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for when you're calling people to Islam, because Islam is a call for morality.

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It means then, that when issues arise, for example in the society

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for halting the corruption

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would have to stand up.

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And then we don't agree

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that this is him out

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because it will only be up

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We all have the awareness to demand the masses of the people against one by

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one occasion,

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drugs, homosexuality, etc.

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are these evil

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without any compromise or any room for compromise.

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So we had about an hour exactly up in this society for what is morally right.

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And this is what you have to emphasize in our dialogue.

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We have to clarify your misconceptions that people think that

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putting a bomb in a box

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on an airplane.

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The savagery terrorism

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is morality

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is the essence of the message.

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This is what Prophet Muhammad

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was,

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what he was trying

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to call people back to design, morality,

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morality defined by God

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in the passage

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of calling goes along, whether they be our neighbors,

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our people, our jobs, etc. We have to know personally, that's our responsibility is to convey the message. It is not to guide.

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As I said, in the guide,

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Allah guides

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our guide forever.

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Of course,

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wish we shouldn't think that this is an arbitrary wish

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that this person wants, Allah wants to bind them all want to worship Allah, but Allah doesn't wish to guide him. So regarding

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this person over here, who doesn't care about a loss is not interested at all. But a lot of

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guidance.

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A lot of guys

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even want

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to guide

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his guidance is sure,

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no one will keep a law where you denied a lot.

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Those

00:32:53--> 00:32:56

who wish to guide those who want

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it may not be obvious on the outside somewhere deep in their heart.

00:33:02--> 00:33:09

Their environment has caused them to be ignorant and a lot of different factors have led them not

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from you or from other developers immediately or this instance. But in tigerheart Stay tuned

00:33:21--> 00:33:26

for a while with either you or to somebody else allow a little garden.

00:33:27--> 00:33:35

But your job, our job is only to convey the message in the North Americans

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only our responsibility to convey the message but that message must be conveyed properly.

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It must be conveyed properly.

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Why widely, shaking from the core and the guidance on how to convey that message

00:34:05--> 00:34:08

has presented the message, wisdom

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and guide and with more ever to happen using good speech.

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We should look at the disbelievers as being our enemy.

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That all of them are evil.

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Look at the disbelief

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that he could never convey the message.

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If you're showing our patients

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that we're showing our voices, they're showing how accurate

00:34:48--> 00:34:50

we have to look at them

00:34:51--> 00:34:57

sympathetically feel pity for them. These are people headed to help

00:35:01--> 00:35:07

We should feel sorry for them. I didn't want anyone from our own families to be willing to help.

00:35:09--> 00:35:12

We should not want any other human beings to go to hell.

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So we try to help them to find that path.

00:35:20--> 00:35:22

That time it was sympathetic hearts

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possible to convey the message. And people will hear not just your way, but your your heart

00:35:33--> 00:35:34

a lot

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for them.

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If you were a harsh, high

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pressure from around

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this is to the left.

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Not to say that he didn't know

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that the way that he was following is the best way

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to channel assuming

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there isn't a message of a lot of examples and that's how he was, he was a bit

00:36:22--> 00:36:31

gentle and conveying that message. This was the best example. If he had been otherwise, no one would have listened to his message.

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Take that lesson, that how we convey the message has to be

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widely.

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Nika.

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Let me find him.

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There was another one,

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he was a

00:37:04--> 00:37:05

prophet Moses,

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to convey the message to him, and

00:37:12--> 00:37:14

teach him gently

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the conveyance of the message must be in that a person attention

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now

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requires from our

00:37:39--> 00:37:40

patient

00:37:41--> 00:37:46

knowing that it is aligned with who he was, are going to convert

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the process of hidden dollar columns. relationship is not an easy process.

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It is not that easy

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to pick up a problem.

00:38:03--> 00:38:13

The problem was I tell them tell the people I said the Murphy's Law. And I'm here the people who achieve the most difficulty the calamities

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are the profits

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then those who are next

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to them in character.

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Meaning the more likely a person is the more a person is relationship and calling people.

00:38:34--> 00:38:36

The more people can get one to think

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these difficulties are there to beautify our

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faces with them. They purify us from our sins. Because no matter how righteous we may become, we don't become free of sin. You still commit errors.

00:38:55--> 00:39:02

You still forgiveness for patients in Tao is a must.

00:39:04--> 00:39:06

Now I cannot be effective without

00:39:08--> 00:39:11

I accepted Islam in 1972.

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My parents accepted Islam last year in 1995.

00:39:26--> 00:39:30

If I had given up, you don't have to sign a book right? That's

00:39:31--> 00:39:34

it the first thing Dr. Kaufman tell my parents, my father, mother,

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and I sat with them and

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if I had given up then

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they would have accomplished a lot.

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I would have failed

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with my VC to continue my relationship with them.

00:39:57--> 00:39:59

Not preventing me from practicing

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They were not inviting me to corruption or

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inviting them, I continued to show them ultimately, that out of their children

00:40:23--> 00:40:25

being the only Muslim, I was the best.

00:40:28--> 00:40:33

I didn't really intended to the main question was, should I do this I was assigned to practice Islam.

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

I have the one.

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My treatment for them was the best of all.

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But it was

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only because

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so we have to be patient.

00:41:09--> 00:41:11

We do not give up on anyone, or do

00:41:13--> 00:41:15

we cannot pay for them any longer.

00:41:19--> 00:41:20

We're

00:41:21--> 00:41:21

praying for

00:41:28--> 00:41:29

Abraham are prevented from pain.

00:41:34--> 00:41:35

We cannot

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wait, the loss of a lot of guys who did

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not win. But as long as they're living, we have a duty to pray for the guidance. And to continue.

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And this of course,

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they're not.

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So they're not looking.

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Because I'm sure in each and every family just

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know that of you who are from, quote unquote, Muslim families. In each and every one of those

00:42:17--> 00:42:18

who may be Muslim in name.

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They have to be invited.

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They

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our first responsibility to invite those of our family members who have run or

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people who have

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by virtue of ignorance

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follows other movements. Because in all parts of the world that are deviant,

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we shall work away amongst the ignorant masses of Muslims and drawn them into disobedience to a law. And it's a shift

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to call them back

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from destruction,

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even though they have to hide to us

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because it's

00:43:21--> 00:43:21

not the title,

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not the name.

00:43:25--> 00:43:27

It is a way of life,

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a living

00:43:33--> 00:43:36

living faith, which is acceptable to Allah.

00:43:44--> 00:43:48

The intention behind this presentation

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was to give you an opportunity to ask questions in

00:43:56--> 00:44:03

relation to the problem that you face to be here in society, problems of practicing Islam and convenience.

00:44:04--> 00:44:06

I was extending the

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introduction.

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So

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all of us, reminding myself first and foremost,

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it is our duty to convey

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whenever we are given the opportunity.

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That means we should have we should never go outside of our roles without spending without something because you never know when you may run into somebody, when an opportunity presents itself, you are prepared.

00:44:42--> 00:44:43

You understand you're up

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

when you leave your house going to work. You don't forget to tip the implements of your work

00:44:54--> 00:44:55

or whatever else

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But as I said, most important of all, we have to take with us.

00:45:18--> 00:45:20

We have to live,

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to be here example,

00:45:25--> 00:45:30

decide that Islam is fundamentally good Morrow.

00:45:32--> 00:45:42

The salvation for the human race lies in obtaining that good moral character, which Allah has designed for mankind.

00:45:46--> 00:45:52

We can only convey that message effectively if we are living.

00:45:56--> 00:46:06

So with that, my brothers and sisters are now turned over to you the opportunity to ask whatever questions you'd like to ask

00:46:10--> 00:46:16

in particular, and the qualities as those who call

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we can entertain also questions that are

00:46:24--> 00:46:25

relative to the

00:46:28--> 00:46:30

person foremost the most important

00:46:31--> 00:46:36

type of question concentrate on the questions that revolve around Dallas on

00:46:39--> 00:46:39

a

00:46:41--> 00:46:52

regular hand where you'd like to ask a particular question. For those who have pens and pieces of paper, you may write down your questions and pass it up

00:46:55--> 00:46:56

as an employer

00:47:09--> 00:47:10

question for those who couldn't hear it

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doesn't

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allow it to the puppet.

00:47:23--> 00:47:26

So how important is it was the gods

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we know that Prophet Muhammad

00:47:30--> 00:47:30

was

00:47:31--> 00:47:32

called

00:47:37--> 00:47:39

Tyco before and

00:47:42--> 00:47:46

what people used to leave their prized possessions

00:47:48--> 00:47:49

with

00:47:51--> 00:47:54

security protection, like a banker.

00:47:55--> 00:47:56

That's what he was known as.

00:47:59--> 00:48:06

This is a quality which is part of the righteous character of the

00:48:08--> 00:48:10

Congress in the Klan and

00:48:13--> 00:48:15

proposed to our

00:48:19--> 00:48:23

unbelievers there are those who do not break where Trump

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has said that one of the major signs of

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is that whenever you give him a chance.

00:48:36--> 00:48:37

So

00:48:38--> 00:48:40

in terms of salvation,

00:48:41--> 00:48:44

trustworthiness is critical.

00:48:47--> 00:48:53

In terms of conveying the message of Islam, it becomes even more critical.

00:48:56--> 00:48:59

Those who follow the correct principles in business,

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

when there is a

00:49:02--> 00:49:08

defect in the product, they inform the buyer aspect of

00:49:12--> 00:49:16

somebody will shoulder What is wrong with the product. This is somebody who you can trust,

00:49:17--> 00:49:22

who you can rely on somebody who has the qualities that are known

00:49:24--> 00:49:40

to mankind, as the qualities of righteousness, which allow the person in the Honors are louder when you speak about goodness, and describe the believers as those who call to the good. He refers to the good as

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

that which is known

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no matter what.

00:49:46--> 00:49:47

Sometimes

00:49:49--> 00:49:53

trustworthiness is known to be a good model.

00:49:56--> 00:49:59

So not only should we practice with our job

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

But it is essential for us to call others

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we should invite our friends and those amongst us who we know are acting in an untrustworthy fashion

00:50:10--> 00:50:10

to

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protect themselves from

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prior to the

00:50:45--> 00:50:46

very

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

end

00:50:52--> 00:50:53

of the school day

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in terms of

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meat,

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of what we are calling,

00:51:03--> 00:51:05

as I said, the essence is

00:51:07--> 00:51:08

morality,

00:51:10--> 00:51:11

morality,

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don't require a whole nother talk, I just tried to keep it short. morality is not just in our dealings with each other. Morality has to do, first and foremost with ideas

00:51:31--> 00:51:33

where morality begins,

00:51:34--> 00:51:38

that it is morally good to worship Allah alone.

00:51:39--> 00:51:54

It is morally Hebrew, the greatest moral evil is to work with others besides a lot, or the work of others along with a loss or to worship Allah through others. This is the greatest mind evil,

00:51:55--> 00:52:01

that Allah said, he would forgive him that human being to die in a state of Earth.

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

If you wish you

00:52:05--> 00:52:06

accept

00:52:10--> 00:52:16

except for worshiping others besides the law, that is the only thing if we die in that case.

00:52:19--> 00:52:22

That must be the greatest moral evil.

00:52:23--> 00:52:28

So our morality begin with our relationship with God.

00:52:31--> 00:52:34

First and foremost, it must be

00:52:36--> 00:52:37

a

00:52:38--> 00:52:41

relationship based on what we call power.

00:52:44--> 00:53:01

Maintaining a lot of unity, in all aspects of our relationship with Omar and his creation, that a lot of unity is maintained, normal things that we do, whether we call it worship or whatever, recognize him

00:53:02--> 00:53:03

intellectually,

00:53:04--> 00:53:05

as well as

00:53:07--> 00:53:10

spiritually, as well as in our action

00:53:12--> 00:53:13

as a unit.

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

And

00:53:19--> 00:53:20

one, why the

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lemon as the Emir of Yemen, because that will determine for people from among the people of the

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

US.

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And we said that the first thing that you should call them to the main pillars of unity of Allah,

00:53:46--> 00:53:47

in terms of

00:53:48--> 00:53:49

that morality,

00:53:51--> 00:53:55

which we are enjoying the coffee for food,

00:53:57--> 00:53:59

there's must be in our relationship to Allah,

00:54:00--> 00:54:03

as well as in our relationship to other human beings,

00:54:04--> 00:54:09

as well as our relationship to the rest of the creation, or his model

00:54:10--> 00:54:10

for our

00:54:12--> 00:54:15

animals for pleasure

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

to find

00:54:20--> 00:54:20

the

00:54:22--> 00:54:27

elephant and stick their heads on the wall and make sure that

00:54:31--> 00:54:40

we're not allowed to kill any animals to make your project unless it is for self preservation. I like to reckon that

00:54:47--> 00:54:48

these are the times when the

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

pleasure was

00:54:53--> 00:54:56

tomorrow. So, morality

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

to Planet morality.

00:55:01--> 00:55:02

All objects of life,

00:55:06--> 00:55:13

what alive commanded in all of our relationship with God with men. And

00:55:15--> 00:55:16

so,

00:55:17--> 00:55:20

this has to be focus on

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

all of these aspects have to be focused on

00:55:28--> 00:55:33

what is the most important object is the relationship with God.

00:55:35--> 00:55:38

That is the most important, top priority

00:55:40--> 00:55:46

in life. And that's ultimately, the key to paradise. Without that one, the

00:55:50--> 00:55:51

most animals

00:55:52--> 00:55:54

are human beings on occasion or whatever

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

the

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

terms of our relationship or law or law,

00:56:04--> 00:56:07

then there is no paradise or not is

00:56:09--> 00:56:16

that that variety may vary in terms of how it is presented from person to person.

00:56:19--> 00:56:24

You cannot say that every single person you're going to talk about, the first thing you say to them a lot is one

00:56:26--> 00:56:28

may not believe in a lot of

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

them, a lot of one doesn't even

00:56:33--> 00:56:38

need to Latin allies with him, to help them to understand that there is a law.

00:56:39--> 00:56:42

And then having understood that system

00:56:44--> 00:56:48

for personalities, and he realized one but the concept of a loved one is distorted.

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

Guys,

00:56:53--> 00:56:58

are they legit, even the ones that were taxes of the laws of Allah?

00:57:01--> 00:57:10

clarify for them, the need for morality and human dealings, and bring it back to a lot of this is in accordance with the commandment.

00:57:13--> 00:57:15

As I said, there is no one way

00:57:16--> 00:57:18

to call people to Islam.

00:57:19--> 00:57:20

But there is one goal.

00:57:21--> 00:57:27

And that is the establishment of the correct moral factor in all aspects

00:57:30--> 00:57:41

with regard to a loss to human beings, and to the rest of creation. Before I take your question, I'd like to give a second here for the sister.

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

Please have your permission

00:57:48--> 00:57:52

to copy chapters from the fundamentals of Chinese studies with one plus

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

my permission,

00:58:03--> 00:58:06

there are some brothers who are

00:58:08--> 00:58:15

reading that we cannot go out in the marketplace for literature to call people towards Islam unless

00:58:18--> 00:58:24

we get married. because of the stigma out there. Could you please comment on that?

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

Give

00:58:31--> 00:58:34

my women who is properly covered

00:58:35--> 00:58:42

is perfectly permissible. In Islam, we should not discourage our women from doing

00:58:44--> 00:58:48

housework if the woman is going out with lipstick and perfume and everything

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

like that.

00:58:52--> 00:58:52

Whether

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

she should you need to go home in a way which is pleasing to Allah

00:59:02--> 00:59:06

in our society, she had a sister with her

00:59:07--> 00:59:09

brother, I wouldn't advise

00:59:11--> 00:59:27

that a woman be standing like that as many as you can in certain areas and below. And then you have to deal with the argumentation and people you know, you know, shouting at them or, you know, establishing that kind of difficulty which may arise I wouldn't advise women to do that process.

00:59:29--> 00:59:39

Dealing they they go and purchase from a particular store. One of the people in the store to have maybe or whatever is a life purpose is to feed them a nice sense of no harm.

00:59:41--> 00:59:42

No harm done.

00:59:43--> 00:59:57

But, of course, you have to always keep in mind the principle that we don't want to expose our women who are left returning danger. So any of the methods which would would lead them into direct confrontation with the public

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

And away from that, but the idea of passing out this issue, you take it out the window, but it should be done in a way which is in keeping with their state, which would not expose them unnecessarily danger, that intention not to stop them from law,

01:00:17--> 01:00:21

prevent them from the protect them from potential dangers.

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

up to

01:00:36--> 01:00:37

100 apology

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

was

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Hold on.

01:01:30--> 01:01:32

For those who couldn't hear it. That's

01:01:33--> 01:02:04

in terms of our priorities and our having identified telehealth as being top priority, calling people from the oneness of a law that oftentimes people exclude anything else. This is all that all people who, like I said, this is why I focus on the concept of what we are ultimately calling is morality, righteousness,

01:02:05--> 01:02:10

righteousness for both the individual and his family, as well as for the society

01:02:12--> 01:02:32

that that person has different aspects. One of those is that critical aspects which have to do with our righteousness with regards to our law, morality in terms of ideas. But at the same time, in terms of dealing with those around us, this is also critical. In terms of human replication, it's also critical, because we're not doing these things

01:02:36--> 01:02:43

that we cannot deny that number one priority is the one that's on the log, because as I said,

01:02:45--> 01:02:52

there is no paradise. Whereas the other ones, without this, Alanna, forgive us,

01:02:54--> 01:03:04

forgive us for not missing centers in the day for not being able to implement steady in circumstances where we have the ability to implement

01:03:05--> 01:03:06

so many other

01:03:07--> 01:03:09

evils that we may do.

01:03:11--> 01:03:17

That are not maintaining the unity of Allah, that is a one way ticket to help.

01:03:19--> 01:03:21

So if mercury has to be top priority, but

01:03:25--> 01:03:47

it doesn't mean that you exclude everything else. And as I said, it doesn't mean that that's all if you talk about that all that will be good for now, you may be hearing from a variety of different issues, that you should know that ultimately for that particular individual, or that group of people that you're trying to convey a message to, you must come there. You have to get to that.

01:03:48--> 01:03:49

Ultimately, back to

01:03:52--> 01:03:59

that issue of the time the issue of the circumstance may be something which has to do with

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

economics, it may have to do something with the aspects of policies that have to do with a variety of other different things. You know, education has to do with a variety of different issues, maybe the vehicle that we use, to clarify what is your stance on this particular issue and bring them back to Allah

01:04:41--> 01:04:43

rather say what the nation was

01:04:46--> 01:04:47

showing the nation

01:05:02--> 01:05:04

With regard to

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

those

01:05:08--> 01:05:09

who are

01:05:10--> 01:05:12

Indian or you know, whatever

01:05:16--> 01:05:18

the culture is that exists here.

01:05:20--> 01:05:22

Time on coming up with

01:05:24--> 01:05:32

some rejection or some dislike, or negativity, whether or not

01:05:34--> 01:05:43

in one way or another because of the fact that they're not from that existing question. How do we get

01:05:44--> 01:05:48

to the other day that this is not something

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

to

01:05:55--> 01:05:56

jack Nicklaus to become a

01:05:59--> 01:06:04

black American through the commercials on black or brown or whatever will become

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

something you'll find throughout the Western world, in India,

01:06:12--> 01:06:14

where indian indian

01:06:18--> 01:06:21

who may find similar, similar treatment to the

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individual. I know in,

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in Philippines,

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done a lot of

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work in the Philippines. As I mentioned earlier, I'm a professor in University where I get messages there regularly. You know, this is a complaint made by Filipino

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Filipino, who look down at the second,

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Jonathan,

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we have

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five

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Filipino Americans that are real American,

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real Muslim, somehow a letter

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ignorant about

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Asian concepts

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that

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mean

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a ticket to

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make them the best of mankind.

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But this is a mistaken notion.

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Because Islam is not by what we could call tip unquote,

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but by

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really is not by destiny in the sense that a lot destined if you're born in a Muslim family, until I saw it, destined to be born in the comments,

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not Islam, or Hinduism, a lot of you are against the Holy One.

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For your parents who raised you, as an offense

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when summer gardella was asked about the South

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soccer column, because the woman has

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to show

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you, you get a reward, herbal reward, and that job is not

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for you, as a parent, that child is less hungry for you, the parent raising your child to

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use a young person, you get the reward.

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reward for that

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when

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they mature, when they choose that they start to get a reward.

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For by

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this is why

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there are people,

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people

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of the people paradigm

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until they reach just before the end of their life they wish only a boat length away from Paradise. And they will start to do that he's of the people of heights and they will die in that.

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They were known as Muslims doing what Muslims are supposed to do a gesture, but just before they die, the latter part of their lives

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and die in a state of

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these are people

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with a law

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wants to do his job and they're doing it like this he off to the lights and allows

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the person to come to stop and go to hell.

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

People

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pretended to be

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on the outside. And family, they did what they had to do, because the family would be embarrassed if you didn't do it and

01:10:18--> 01:10:20

there was nothing in their heart

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empty,

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they will come a time when their reality will.

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In fact, the time when the community and the community, everybody knows each other for the good people and

01:10:53--> 01:10:56

young people involved rather than

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by rote memorize

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the method and we're able to share a little army

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I've had a nice party for them when they finish dinner party.

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Smith messengers above

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and

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beyond

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Jerry, nothing with them like an arrow passing target.

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Yet we want

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to wave them with a

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good model,

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we have to teach them the understanding of

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not just supplier. But

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in the beginning, you have to learn how to pronounce

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the need for an understanding

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of learning to be able to hear the word of the law. And

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this is the brain

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where you stand behind the title

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and change the lives of a lot. So not standing.

01:12:59--> 01:12:59

Up and finished.

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

Very tired of nodding off.

01:13:04--> 01:13:04

I mean,

01:13:06--> 01:13:06

that makes

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a burden

01:13:10--> 01:13:12

not knowing what you're saying.

01:13:14--> 01:13:16

So we want Shogun

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complete from

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time

01:13:24--> 01:13:24

to

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time, they didn't go beyond December until they understood all of our life commandments.

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Then they went on to the next

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we should go back to

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the issue of ignorance.

01:13:53--> 01:13:56

Like what happened to the Jews and the Christians as the

01:13:58--> 01:14:07

as mentioned in the blog, but they thought that they were the special children and a lot loved by a lot.

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

He is the paradise with their own personal software.

01:14:21--> 01:14:23

You have the right to paradise.

01:14:30--> 01:14:32

paradise for

01:14:35--> 01:14:36

those who

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know what Allah has commanded us to do, and live in accordance

01:14:47--> 01:14:49

because of that ignorance

01:14:51--> 01:15:00

in the Muslim world, I've fallen into this mistaken concept that Islam is a name if you have been out of the

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

sounding name or typically

01:15:03--> 01:15:05

found on your passport.

01:15:06--> 01:15:07

That means that you are

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coming to Islam and you don't have these games or whatever

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

it is in the sense that what are you going to share

01:15:19--> 01:15:20

them in the companion

01:15:27--> 01:15:28

companion

01:15:31--> 01:15:31

with

01:15:34--> 01:15:34

with

01:15:37--> 01:15:37

them

01:15:42--> 01:15:45

effects of generation by generation

01:15:47--> 01:15:51

the generation that hooked them was Derek rocafort.

01:15:55--> 01:15:55

That is

01:15:58--> 01:15:58

so

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

and we didn't mistake a mistake that directly

01:16:06--> 01:16:08

or whatever it is a General Ignorance

01:16:10--> 01:16:11

whenever

01:16:13--> 01:16:13

when you watch this

01:16:15--> 01:16:17

what constitutes calibration

01:16:26--> 01:16:28

those are those among

01:16:31--> 01:16:32

families the Islamic point of

01:16:35--> 01:16:35

view

01:16:36--> 01:16:38

that means somebody who

01:16:40--> 01:16:41

doesn't believe

01:16:42--> 01:16:44

he pretends to be something that's much

01:16:47--> 01:16:48

better in Islam

01:16:49--> 01:16:50

term will not

01:16:52--> 01:16:56

translate into English. This means something more than

01:16:57--> 01:17:09

a person who does not believe inside himself that pretends to believe on the outside. So he will not be in the context. He or she chat today of those who call themselves

01:17:15--> 01:17:16

a chocolate

01:17:18--> 01:17:18

chip

01:17:19--> 01:17:21

capitalist pretending to be me.

01:17:32--> 01:17:33

He ever stopped giving

01:17:38--> 01:17:39

our dollar

01:17:40--> 01:17:42

feel they can never be guided.

01:17:44--> 01:17:46

Feel that somebody could never be guided.

01:17:49--> 01:17:51

We should never feel that

01:17:53--> 01:17:55

everybody is capable of being like

01:17:58--> 01:18:03

everybody who would come in contact with people have the right if they want.

01:18:06--> 01:18:10

As long as a person is willing to listen

01:18:11--> 01:18:16

to what you have to say. They're not attacking us rejecting what you have to say creating

01:18:17--> 01:18:34

confrontations, etc, etc. When we should never give up. We may not concentrate our efforts any longer on the person for example, on your job you may have around you so many people, of course, we have to choose who to focus on to try to choose those characters.

01:18:39--> 01:18:39

know

01:18:41--> 01:18:45

if it's true or not pretended regardless as to what is presented

01:18:47--> 01:18:57

to you, our community, the people around you know who is a good person in terms of the attacker, this is a sign that we are closer

01:18:58--> 01:19:05

than the other. So when we are going to choose who to focus on in any given time,

01:19:06--> 01:19:14

somebody has decided this is the one we should check upon. We're going to deny everybody else's offer we give everybody we try to separate them

01:19:15--> 01:19:18

separately, try our best. But anytime that

01:19:20--> 01:19:22

you can see any benefit coming

01:19:24--> 01:19:33

up in person finishes with one on one, we shift our focus to the next person who appears to be the best candidate.

01:19:35--> 01:19:38

We don't cut this person off, we'll come back to that person from time to time.

01:19:40--> 01:19:44

You know, because maybe we're given too much

01:19:45--> 01:19:45

time.

01:19:47--> 01:19:52

You know, take your time, you know, you said to help them along gradually.

01:19:55--> 01:19:59

Come back to them. But you should never feel that a person beyond guidance.

01:20:09--> 01:20:15

How should we defend when people call them government scholars saying that they were not enjoying the good and forbidding evil,

01:20:30--> 01:20:33

the government seller and who is not the government sellers

01:20:34--> 01:20:35

is known to Allah

01:20:39--> 01:20:41

when we take it upon ourselves

01:20:42--> 01:20:44

to try to categorize people

01:20:46--> 01:20:47

and judge people,

01:20:49--> 01:20:51

because when a person says government

01:20:52--> 01:21:01

will never command the goods, and the government is a copper government, and he has a solid in that government and the copper

01:21:02--> 01:21:07

and means his life is bloody. And, you know, you just

01:21:09--> 01:21:12

open that door just because of something simple

01:21:13--> 01:21:17

is more chilly in the demo.

01:21:22--> 01:21:26

So, we have to be very careful about opening the doors

01:21:30--> 01:21:31

with lead

01:21:33--> 01:21:37

a believer a Muslim to be a nun.

01:21:43--> 01:21:48

So, my advice to those who would be involved with greatness

01:21:51--> 01:21:54

I would advise those ready to advise all

01:21:56--> 01:21:59

of you ultimate results don't take

01:22:00--> 01:22:03

every person has not declared in

01:22:06--> 01:22:07

person has not personally

01:22:10--> 01:22:14

stated that he or she is a big believer

01:22:15--> 01:22:17

that we have more rights

01:22:21--> 01:22:22

when they say that girl

01:22:26--> 01:22:27

data loss,

01:22:29--> 01:22:31

guided etc.

01:22:34--> 01:22:37

This is a very, very, very dangerous

01:22:38--> 01:22:39

and prohibited

01:22:46--> 01:22:47

reference.

01:23:06--> 01:23:07

A better question

01:23:08--> 01:23:10

with regards to humidity.

01:23:12--> 01:23:14

Is this a

01:23:15--> 01:23:17

critical or important characteristic

01:23:20--> 01:23:24

humility in the sense of humility for the sake of Allah,

01:23:25--> 01:23:35

for the pleasure of Allah, humility for the fear of God, or the displeasure of the disbelievers. Humility is good.

01:23:36--> 01:23:36

Decide

01:23:38--> 01:23:40

humility for the sake of Allah.

01:23:42--> 01:23:50

I remember myself to this person for the pleasure of Allah, the person saying something wrong, something which

01:23:52--> 01:23:56

I tried to invite them, they don't want to read.

01:23:58--> 01:24:05

I end the arguments. Like I don't join them in the ignorance,

01:24:06--> 01:24:10

cursing or raising my voice or shouting or I

01:24:13--> 01:24:14

want to believe was when

01:24:15--> 01:24:16

he was a first party

01:24:21--> 01:24:22

caught up in the

01:24:26--> 01:24:28

handle on time.

01:24:30--> 01:24:32

Quality is one

01:24:33--> 01:24:34

with some of

01:24:35--> 01:24:38

the leavers who humble themselves for the sake of Allah.

01:24:41--> 01:24:46

in most circumstances, but they humble themselves except for our knowledge just because

01:24:49--> 01:24:50

and this is the OCR

01:24:52--> 01:24:53

Mifflin.

01:24:57--> 01:24:59

We have the responsibility

01:25:00--> 01:25:04

treat them with humility, for the sake of Allah, even

01:25:06--> 01:25:15

if they're misguided, you have found the guidance. That doesn't mean that we become other than, you know, we look at them as being Oh, you're going to hell and you know, this is how

01:25:17--> 01:25:17

you say,

01:25:19--> 01:25:21

a lot bits from humans,

01:25:30--> 01:25:30

rather geeky

01:25:32--> 01:25:34

humanity to them is a data

01:25:37--> 01:25:37

set.

01:25:39--> 01:25:40

Being a monk

01:25:41--> 01:25:45

is something that we used to practice as well as call

01:25:47--> 01:25:49

it the one who was calling people to dumb

01:25:50--> 01:25:52

because the opposite of humility is running

01:25:55--> 01:25:55

out of doors,

01:25:59--> 01:26:02

which is why when we are dealing with methodology,

01:26:05--> 01:26:10

we have to call the confrontational methodology. Right. Where you

01:26:12--> 01:26:19

tell the Christian that your book is a good thing your your topic is as digital, Paul is adopting the euro.

01:26:22--> 01:26:25

sledgehammer pushing him over the head with a hammer, you don't

01:26:28--> 01:26:29

have to wait the prophetic way.

01:26:33--> 01:26:46

Do you have a T shirt? You know who is attacking and now you have to live with life in the sense of we're not going to for

01:26:49--> 01:26:52

you really have to deal with these arguments in

01:26:55--> 01:26:57

the circumstances that nobody does that.

01:26:59--> 01:27:06

I always tell people, it shouldn't be in an arrogant fashion. It should be in a humble

01:27:25--> 01:27:28

lever with our next question.

01:27:30--> 01:27:31

We should

01:27:32--> 01:27:34

try to put that aside.

01:27:35--> 01:27:36

And we're

01:27:39--> 01:27:42

in the middle of a confrontation.

01:27:44--> 01:27:47

If not, why is the size of Buchan and because

01:27:49--> 01:27:49

she did

01:27:52--> 01:27:52

a good job

01:27:53--> 01:27:54

of controlling

01:27:56--> 01:27:58

the person inside afterwards

01:27:59--> 01:28:05

and advise them you know that your methodology is not

01:28:06--> 01:28:08

aligned them on the way on the top

01:28:09--> 01:28:10

of the topic.

01:28:11--> 01:28:13

And I think he's an example of Buffett

01:28:14--> 01:28:15

who has raised

01:28:17--> 01:28:18

a lot of

01:28:19--> 01:28:21

money you're fighting for Biologics to

01:28:28--> 01:28:29

do something for the pleasure of

01:28:32--> 01:28:35

Jesus loving to serve in September.

01:28:38--> 01:28:42

We here thought that someone is important. How do you overcome this?

01:28:44--> 01:28:46

depression is good if you stop teaching.

01:28:50--> 01:28:50

What

01:28:53--> 01:28:56

can you as a writer by using issues

01:29:04--> 01:29:05

and

01:29:06--> 01:29:07

depression