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Santa Maria camara de la huaca de la masa haben Welcome to our mashreq on radio Islam international it is Thursday morning. So it's gone 11 minutes after 11 and today inshallah has his first episode is going to take a little bit of a focus a little bit of time to pray to make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah subhanho wa Taala alleviate the difficulties that Muslims are facing around the world. And we pray and we hope that Allah subhanho wa Taala will make it easy for Muslims who are suffering Muslims who are going through problems who are going through difficulties, and indeed it is a great test degrade in the hand on the Omar Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and this test in empty

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handed Allah subhanaw taala is putting us through it is not just they, for us to be come despondent for us to lose hope in Allah subhanho wa Taala. But rather it is there for us to strengthen our Eman and our team in Allah subhanho wa Taala in a very good example that we learn from Rasulullah sallallahu it cements the habit of the lion home is that after the Battle of our hudway It's a habit of delight home had undergone many losses in terms of personnel in terms of numbers. And 70 of this habit of the line home were martyred it was right in the starting of the heater of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and Marisa Lohan is still growing the Muslim ummah. And you have this great empty

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hand this Christian faith just but

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we

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we just definitely need to take a lesson from this incident in the life of Nevis, Allah, Allah Islam, that while this habit of Delano were returning to Medina, and the Quraysh decided that they are going to now finish Islam and Muslims once and for all and they're going to destroy Muslims once and for all. And they came and the person brought brought the news to Rasulullah Salallahu alaihe salam he said that no, we

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did the courageous going to attack now you know that you're in your weakest state you have income under attack. And we said Allah Hardison has a habit of Dylan Hongbin turned around and said, We are not afraid we are going to prepare you to strengthen ourselves and we are ready to face the enemy at whatever cost it will be to us. And Allah subhanaw taala pleased this courage that the Muslims took at this time and I must have handled that I spoke about them. Allah Nina Allah humaneness in the NASA kata Gemma alaikum facade from Amana. That thesis habla de la home praiseworthy people that when they said that they are now gathered to destroy you. It increased them in a man in Allah

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subhanho wa Taala. And it is it moments like these that we have to increase in demand in Allah subhanho wa Taala. to reserve a part of the Muslim Ummah is undergoing whatever sort of threat we have to increase in demand in Allah subhanaw taala put our trust in Allah subhanaw taala completely and make most importantly the effort of a man that Allah subhanaw taala strengthens our europeen in him and we realize and understand that all conditions and situations come only from Allah subhanho wa Taala and we pray and we hope that Allah subhanaw taala will ease the difficulties that Muslims are facing in sha Allah Hafiz.

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Well, it's just gone now quarter past 11 we can take a short

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break and when we return we'll be speaking to prevot Idris Cammisa Stay tuned to a mushrik on radio Islam International.

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Hello ma'am of the Mayfair drama we'll be discussing the Islamic status and role that Allah subhanaw taala has granted to women program will be hosted by Maulana Yusuf Ahmed kunena

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The day begins as the light of the sun dissipates the darkness of the night

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seven minutes after 11 and after long uphill battle we welcome on the A our private and guest speaking to us from Toronto, Canada this morning at Sony Santa Monica rahmatullah wa barakato. walaikum salam, wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh, my beloved molana, you are giving your time there we are just about three, five past five, some sickness

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so bright in early veins are under today. As I'm sitting here in the kitchen, where my beloved cousin Amina, is busy washing dishes, you know, may Allah bless our woman, may Allah bless our mothers rarely answer and when we see them doing it every day, we can take it for granted, you know, and very few of us you know women many of us have regressed we don't thank them for the food they cook. We did not thank them for the meals. We not thank them for looking after the home and the radial lab left them all anyway. I mean, it is why what is the purpose of your visit in Canada? What are you doing the first time around enough for a change in one night? This is a pure possibility for

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a change in for a change. And I decided that I'm not going to Yeah, Alan was just saying not to do any work, but just to visit the inshallah to go I'll be in Toronto for a few days. Then we're going to go to Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. Just we are here and we will meet family and friends and under in Dinah Mashallah. So that will be a very good rewarding trip for you in German as

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well to a year alum the law will meet. You know, I like to meet scholars wherever I go. And like shake up the libraries and check in quick and others meet with them. Because all of us every time we need to mind, we need to be motivated. We need to understand why we are here, you know, an umbrella. Yes. Well, while you are in Toronto, is discover a Masjid. And a good friend of mine is the Imam the more than I use of that. And perhaps you could take us some time to meet him as well in plasma cinemas on a deadline or I've heard of the masjid and

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I'm not sure I think the last time I came I met with him and shala but we would you know, any friends of yours is my friend, any family of yours Maulana the ultimate family alum.

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It is by speaking about, well, this isn't a social program, but you know, maybe just in your relaxing mode and in your heat stress mostly Don't make it too heavy for you as well.

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Speaking about the footprint and the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala in a trip like this, where you see the beauty of Allah, and I know my inlaws visited Canada, a year or two back, and we brought back the pictures of all the places that we visited in the beautiful areas, the bay scene, and especially towards the north western side of Banff and Calgary.

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Absolutely stunning, beautiful. The area's really refreshing for the mind and spirit

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Alhamdulillah it you know,

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therefore I always am in Firstly, you know, it's not

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Because I get so emotional about this, it's it's only Allah's mercy that we can travel, you know, it's only Allah's mercy that we can come out from the narrow existence. Sometimes we live. And sometimes, you know, sadly, we think, you know, the Emperor and Empress have this domain. And then your mind opens up when you travel, you admire, you know, you embrace the beautiful, beautiful landscape, the artistry of Allah, you, you embrace it, your mind opens and you begin to reflect on your life and you have an opportunity. I mean, the flight from Dubai to Toronto itself is about 1213 hours, right? But when you are there, you're forced, you're forced

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to reflect on your life. Who are you? What's your purpose. And when you see this, when you see the beauty of Allah creation, surely must rekindle in you a passion, they can lead you or, you know your Eman, strengthen your Eman and Alhamdulillah. You know, we are so thankful to Allah, that we can do this. And one of the things that, you know, it's incredible, when you one of the things that I've learned already in our share a few things with you. monana is we just came in yesterday evening. And then I met my family there I have another and they had supper with us yesterday. And it's about the value of the extended family. You know, the uncles, the aunts, the brothers, and this is a huge

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problem. What worries me, you know, in South Africa, especially, that we do not place any kind of value on on Uncles, aunts, and

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uncles and grandparents, aunts, and grandparents. And as a result we find that our children are growing up in places that they don't have the benefit of all the generations of wisdom, they don't have that kind of benefit. That's that's quite a frightening thought, you know. And we're sitting my cousin Amina and I were sitting yesterday with a family and we are reflecting on on all our childhood experiences. And Missy lost father, also my father's brother, and she was also nostalgia reflecting on the life that, you know, we live in a small town of perception, and Alhamdulillah the kind of protection of the over the issue of extended family that coming here to her coming here

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spending a few days with the is like no different from being at home, because of the warmth, the hospitality and there's something that is missing. The other thing that, you know, I thought I'll share is one of my cousins towards an autistic child passed away in the month of Ramadan in Australia. And so he wrote a beautiful, something in his face book which I feel I need to read. It's so beautiful. It's so emotional. You know, and it's so nice to see that young people themselves have value their parents to look after children that

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disabled you know, to so can I read that? Yes, yes, please do.

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You This is the end I would like people and I would like parents, you know, and May Allah bless all our parents, you know, we are not ready. Enough. In other words,

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whether we pray for them or not Allah will Allah work for children that are disobedient, you know, you mustn't think that your disobedience will destroy your parents. Yes, but tales can leave nothing better behind when pious children. So this article heroes are not artists, something on Facebook, which is taking about few minutes per se is worth the read in Sharla. Right? Okay, a recent article about a disgruntled neighbor, suggesting that the mother of an autistic child should consider euthanasia is just disgustingly despicable, and absolutely gut wrenching. how anyone could even suggest such a thing is unbelievable. As someone who had the great fortune of carrying my brother

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with special needs, I'm deeply hurt. I know for those who have never been exposed to special needs people that it can be awkward or confronting. Because every case is so different for suggesting something so cool is aboard. My parents have been married for 35 years, and my brother Altaf lived for 33 of those years. From the moment they realized my brother has a very special needs. They devoted every minute of their lives to his care. And they never compromised on his cane all of those three, three years either from the full

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He was said the clothes he wore. The baby slept in the shoes on his feet. The medical attention he received no expense was spared. My parents dealt with the experts the field across so many countries because they wanted nothing but the best for my brother.

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at once if they consider sending him to a home, not once did they even look at him with disdain. But once did they ever consider euthanasia? They soldiered on despite the hurdles. And they never stopped loving my brother one bit. My parents except my brother has he was and they never asked why us. They simply birth their life completely around my brother, quite literally. The houses we lived in, we chose solely around my brother's needs. We bought a specially modified van with a wheelchair hoists for him. When he grew too big to be lifted in and out of the car on our own, we plan our trips around his sleep and feeding times. And often just stayed at home because it would, it meant

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he would be more comfortable. But we never viewed this as a problem or hindrance. Y'all know me, have not been deprived for anything. That's barely my parents made sure my siblings and I enjoyed life to the fullest. Or because from the start, they made us realize that our dear brother ultra was beautiful, and part of our life and the situation would and should never stop us from living our lives as we wish. We traveled the world, it was great foods went out, we got degrees to socialize at home and outside, we pretty much live life like anyone else. The reality is that is a parent of a sibling of a special needs child. You always use them as whole, you always use them with love. You

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accept what has been given to you, and you just make it work. And mom and dad definitely made it work. We cannot thank our parents enough for guiding us in this way. Because I know they haven't accepted my brother with a smile. And with such contentment over the years, we wouldn't have ourselves in our lives would have been miserable. While my parents have done what my parents have done, my brother is indescribable. I firmly believe that when the best doctors and nurses couldn't help, my brother was sustained on pure tender loving care. And that's what it is all about. As a parent, whether your child has extra special needs or not. It's all about love. I pray that my

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parents received the ultimate rewards from God for the sacrifices and unsaved in support of my brother, I pray, I'm blessed with wonderful children, my wife and I can devote our life in the same way my parents did my brother, and my siblings. And I pray that you all grew up better appreciate what we have. And what we don't have army. For the mums and dads of the world of special needs children, I salute you, your work is nothing short of incredible. And even if your child may not be able to say it, they love you. And they Thank you with all their heart. We all do.

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And underneath that spiritually Request Handler is so so beautiful. You know, it's so beautiful. And our thoughts such our thoughts such as this morning, you know, I qualified early and identified in our soul so that you know, and any blessing I met the

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the boy ourselves mother was my first cousin at the wedding in Cape Town, you know. And she and she described how we passed away also to the ROM tahajjud time, you know, in the month of Ramadan, and why I'm saying it not because they're my cousins, I'm saying it because, as you know Alhamdulillah Allah bless you Islam remember a few years ago, we did the program turn from heaven and Allah and we salute them, you know, we really, really salute them. And

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it's so emotional, that especially at a time when normal children you know, normal children, normal children, some of them are very, very sadly destroying their parents, you know, destroying their parents, they define

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destroying the parents with the attitude that it is today. You know, they have the love the children, yes. But sometimes the children do not know that love sometimes we do not demonstrate it as they should be, you know, like I mean, we do not tell them enough that we love them. We don't have them enough. And I really am you see what's happening. And in fact, you know, my cousin gets a chance to speak you know, she was telling me and she's here for about

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That your years in Canada

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that she comes She comes with a South Africa and she's seen a kind of degeneration in the family fabric, the home, you know, the dressing of our youth and I don't see it in a in a nasty way I love our children, and they and those who know me know I connect with them. And that's that that's the reality that you know, when the Quran says, save yourself and your family from the fire of hell, and something that we need to bear in mind, you know,

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in this way we can take this opportunity to welcome our listeners also and to give them the opportunity You're most welcome to SMS me if you would like to pose any questions to Idris camisa 07317384610731738461 and inshallah, as he is we will share your comments with the increase in Sharma. And if there is anything that you'd like to contribute, you'd like to speak to us as well oh 118541548

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which is by manana. They could even text me to I would, you know, look at the text. Oh, 828251, double 910828251 double nine one, that's it, this guy's number he is receiving text messages in Canada as well, mm hm classes, you can send the messages either him or I

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it is it is way, you know, when you when you speak about the how much of love that a special needs child has for the parents in their parents has has for the child. I mean, you know, despite our, our lack of physical challenges, or emotional or mental challenges in our lives, and what in inverted commas, we would term ourselves as normal. Yet, we all have needs from our parents, and we all have those special moments where we require our parents, and it is only suitable that we reciprocate, we repay our parents with equal or even more love, initial effect, there is more instruction more encouragement in the Quran in the Hadees. To Be kind to parents, then what there is responsibility

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of parents to be good to the children.

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Yes, you know, Mawlana is very well said, you know, the whole thing is this. I mean, and we know it, you know, I mean, ask those who have lost the parents, you know, I mean, to me, the pulling factor, I mean, the decisions I made in my life and, and I please people mustn't miss constant consider what I'm saying, when I talk about my life is not to vet radical or to show off or his alter ego is because it's to validate to be authentic. I mean, I had so many so many opportunities in my life, to settle in Australia, to go to Kuwait, to go to Qatar, to go to UK, Canada, America, Africa to, you know, to do things and settle permanently, but I never did. I never did. Why? Because and I'm not

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saying those who went that there's something wrong with it. I'm not, don't get me wrong, I never did. I said being the eldest at home. And, you know, I felt that I'd be away from my parents. And I never took those decisions. And I do not regret it because I had an opportunity of interacting with them. And I'm not saying I'm perfect, and there are many, many more things I should have done. I agree with that. But the that's the critical aspect and what you are saying is so true, that at any given time and life, you know, you know the you will have will throw challenges at you. There are moments when you are when you feel alienated there are moments when your marriage itself may be in

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some kind of trouble than the moments when you are dealing with some disappointment with your own children. But the wisdom, the hikma of our parents something you can never read in books, the warm smile of a father embracing you and telling your son Don't worry, you'll be okay. The idea for you the quiet fortitude of the elders in our homes, you know when they see the children, when they see the children going to whatever they bring to Milan, they fortitude, but they will not cry for the children, the cry on the masala, the pray to Allah. But when they are there with the children, it's about resilience. It's about fortitude, it's about support. And they reinforced their faith. They

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would deny themselves, you know of the fundamentals of food and drink so that the children have a full belly. And I know it you know, I mean, it's home. When you're at home when you the mom and dad, you know, they would first make sure that

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You choose what you like, then they'll choose what they want, you know what, what has been left. And this is the reality, that respect. You know, I remember

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some years ago, you know, there was one very pious person. And so someone told him, you know, you're so pious, but I never saw you ever eat from the same plate as your mother. And look at his response. He says, You know what, the only reason I don't eat from the same plate, is Allah forbid, that my mother was looking at a particular piece of meat or whatever it is, then I happen to put it my mouth. And I'd never want to do that. This kind of sensitivity, love, affection, and monana this is etc. This is it. If there is no connection with your family, then you lose connection with Allah. If there is no connection to your family, then you feel a sense of alienation, not only from your, from

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people around you suffered from yourself, there is a kind of emotional detachment and spiritual detachment. And then what happens when you become vulnerable to drugs, prostitution, drinking, you you're on a roller coaster ride, and and no human being. No human being is independent. We are interdependent. We are part of the oma T of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and there is a reason for it. And the reason is that we need each other. The reason is, we need to support each other. The reason he is in your Toba Nabi sallallahu, wasallam, whatever affects one part of the body affects the rest of the body, that's part of the consciousness. And coming back to what you said is so true.

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It is so so fundamental. You know, in Islam, there is no place for individualism is no place for instant self gratification and enrichment is a place for selflessness and sacrifice. So those young people, please my beloved children, my beloved brothers and sisters, if you have never, ever told your mom and dad, that you love them, can tell them today. If you have never, ever asked him for forgiveness, tell them now. Pick up the phone. What's holding you back? Tell them I love you, Daddy. I love you mommy, please forgive me, please forgive me. Please forgive me. Because remember, this obedience to parents is disobedience to Allah.

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That self message there for me it is by a must for Hannah tala reward when Allah subhanaw taala open up all of our hearts to the understanding of those words, it is by a few few minutes towards the end, let us dedicate a bit of time to the Muslims who are going through difficulties and the crisis in Egypt and Syria. I think it's only suitable that we draw some awareness and give some understanding of what is happening there.

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Yes, you know, Alhamdulillah, you know, I tell you,

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if we,

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if we are not moved by what is happening

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in the Muslim Ummah, the global oma, there's something is wrong with us. And very, very sad

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that our children, some of them

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will have a much more comprehensive idea about some of the football matches taking place, some of the day heroes

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in these games, but we show no interest in what's happening in that part of the world. Now, as parents is a very, very critical thing. One of your responsibilities is to make our young boys and girls understand what's happening in the global oma. It's very, very sad. And remember, all individuals or those individuals, whoever you are, whether you are a ruler, whether you are a first in government, it's a question of a minor. And that's the thing about politics using politics is about staying in power. Politics is about generally speaking, of course, we learned from Islamic legacy. The the two noble qualities of the Sahaba these Thracian might not be allowed to sell them.

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That's the nature of politics, politics, you would destroy someone else, so that you stay in power. You would have an alliance with people that have no love for you or the dean. We have no love for you, for the dean. But you form an alliance because you are the staying power. And I mean, if you look at you know that chemical warfare is taking place took place in Syria. It is a heart wrenching

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thing to think young, innocent people die. Die For a wall that never cause

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die in the old country. Were they supposed to be protected? This turbulence taking place is character assassination and

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Do they not think that they will, that they will not meet Allah? Do they not think that we are mortal human beings did not think that we, the question of Amana did not think that you may have a power, but this power is like a rope around your neck. If that power is not used for the upliftment of people around you, then is a huge issue. Yes, there are different different dynamics and perspectives on these complex issues there. But for me, the long and short of it all, is this, what's in your heart? Because remember, for every tragedy in the world, for every person, every life that is lost around you, right? How often, you know Maulana when we go for a janaza, Salah,

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sometimes you see the sons crying is so emotional, but sometimes the tears are not so much, because they'll love the parents. And of course they did. But more because their regrets they have, that exist, they have that they did not spend enough time with them. Every time I tell people, when you go for a janazah if there was someone who passed away, you'll have your regrets. Your regrets would be he was sick, I knew that when I did not go there Did you will not know that Allah is there with the sick person. So the issue of Syria, of Egypt, in other parts of the inner beleaguered world in the vessel, oma is very, very sad. And then you see the what is even more upsetting monana is the

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fact that we are we are taking you know, many of us are very picky, very very narrow, our picky fighting on a four belly the fight with other children have got no food, the the complaint, the dismember the character assassination, and all the things are going on the district a lot of other people, why, why are we doing this? When we see this, when you see the graphics, it should humble you is a message from Allah. It's a message from Allah, that you can also be subjected to this year. And I want people not to give up you see, you must not have faith in Allah. Nothing happens except the will of Allah. Remember that you must have become despondent, yes, we must feel for brothers and

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sisters. But you must not lose faith in Allah. Because in the end Alize up to a planner. Remember, he need to understand that the world is not a place where it's, you know, heaven on earth is a place where you want to have this is part of the struggle is the part of the struggle to make us realize first your personal struggle. Then we also struggled for the global oma so that you know, and I pray daily, that his parents and we become conversant in what's happening inshallah, that we understand what's happening there, and as a result, inshallah, you know, we can create some kind of consciousness

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in shanann as it is by shukran Zeeland for your time this morning. And we make Dr. Mohammed anacondas autofeed to make Amel and Allah subhanaw taala relieve the entire oma around the world of all difficulties and atrocities she can Zealand inshallah will speak to you next week Thursday this way, inshallah manana Malhotra Kate McCarthy to say a few words please write g if possible have one second Amina

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she'll just give some men a car also quickly one second. A lot less than other work. Yeah. You know in Canada also. I hope she's as proud of me as I am not because I'm big traveling one second.

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I was just talking to my my husband and saying that we were so fortunate that our parents brought us up with so much of hikma and wisdom and the fact that they came to a country with no language

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background for the my with my great great grandfather that has come. But the fact is that now it's a sad situation with all over the world and in especially South Africa when they come it's sad to see that the youth do not realize that the sacrifices their forefathers made for them. In the sense the visitors and that we have we have the best religion. We have the best oma and I make dua to others, that our children realize that and it's not how much money you have or what speed you have it is how with how close are you to the Quran and the Sunnah, how close I used to.

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When everything is in the Quran. Our parents taught us not another lesson in the Quran about renew after worshipping allegedly

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Take care of your parents be kind to your parents, and then it's the orphans and the needy, and the wayfarer. And yet, I find that when I come to South Africa nowadays, everybody's so within themselves, they've lost that they lost, there's a sad situation themselves situation. And I don't know where this money is because of all the money that they're or the fight that they have, I do not know all the effects of this, I think they may have made the rest as they God. And that maybe country is not only for Africa.

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Pakistan is the same thing. Everyone wants to be like the Americans. And yet the Americans tell us how proud they are of the fact that we have our religion.

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I think it's time to go back to the to the to the roots and what what the prophets Allah has taught us and be like what what you want for yourself you want for your brother to

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inshallah we make dua for all of our Muslim Brothers all over the world. As analysis that exists kill one human being, you have killed the nation.

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But this time we really have you decided you realize that what Allahu Allah has told us in the Quran would have told us to do, we have to follow after

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all of us, as Muslims care for each other in the way that apostle wanted us to be looking at the Sahaba with each other. You think of the time when one of the Sahaba mentioned something about one of the other sahabas in this time of the Battle of

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I think it was the caboose and they mentioned something about him and the other fabulous said no, no, no, no, he was the best of the best. The ones those are the typical sort of sort of rods and dimensioned about not sort of Toba when they mentioned about the fibers that did not the three did not go for the battle Why did they not go for the bedroom and then somebody mentioned about that person and the other side are defended and that's what we have to do defend each other's character not bring them down you know what as I said you want what you want for yourself you want for somebody else to inshallah

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beautiful message no problem I'm giving my cousin one

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Is that good? Milena, Dominic, come to you Allah bless you and I hope you're looking after your shoe Shabaab Lena inshallah.

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Allah,

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Allah kusudama it's just two minutes before 12 second visit and China has issue controllers to the operator brother Ibrahim, and inshallah I'll be back with you on Saturday morning when we have marriages on the A was Manasa Jackie Moll from Tunisia sada salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.