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163 – Jumuah
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163. Dec.2 2016
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Ala Moana shadow unknown Mohammed Abu or a solo solo Torah he was Salam O Allah he was he was happy woman died without what he deemed ama bad
blood brothers and sisters in Islam. Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.
Allows Johan Watada speaks to us in the Holy Quran, Allah says.
The verse Allah Allah says in the Lavina kalu Robin Allah so masakazu tetanus Allah Allah, Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala
wherever Shiro bilgin Atilla t quantum two I do not know the
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this verse basically deals with
two matters. It deals with the question of belief.
And it deals with the question of Easter comma
both measures are central
to our entry into the agenda.
And these two central issues are contained in what we call the heat
or the oneness of our last panel.
And we have said before that
those word I had a one is used in the Quran
describing Allah subhanaw taala only once
only once. So only one verse in the Quran were allowed to handle refers to himself as I had
and that is in the verse of the class kulu Allahu
Allah doesn't tell us himself that he's ahead.
Unless he was in Aries, hello Lara salam, O Muhammad sallahu wa sallam call us say, you tell the world
only once, which means that this is such an important word. It is such an important description. It is the most important description of our last Connaughton
because from that one,
everything comes from that one, there is no two and three, every single thing come, whether it is physical, which is the world in which we live in the universe in which you live, whether it is guidance, in form of the Quran, and with it sending
messages to men via prophets of Allah the last is Mohammed salatu salam everything comes from allowes Karnataka
and at the end khulumani Alia fan
whatever college Rebecca will July and it's finally at the end what am I saying what will happen to all this this big universe, all the prophets all the books all the people everything which Allah created, cool luminaria everything will perish.
Everything kulu Manali
whatever Car Wash your avocado gelato crumb, and only Allah will remain.
And in the new world will begin, which is the world of
hisab the world of we are lovable, put us
will judge us. And then there will only be one other world that we waiting for us, and that is the everlasting,
Jenna or everlasting fire.
But that concept is a very important concept. The concept of a HUD is very important. Everything revolves around Allah subhanaw taala.
And so it means that it is extremely unlikely important for us to know that our HUD is
and our relationship with
Ira. Absolutely, if it's if it's the only entry to gender, you have to know you have to know who this is and what your relationship is with him. subhanho wa Taala.
And then you have to know the status
and rank of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,
and what your relationship has to be with Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.
And everything that emanated from Allah to Mohammed via revelation, which is in the Quran and the Sunnah of the NaVi salam, you have to know what that is all about. But you need to know the fundamentals.
So I've given myself a new name.
People give themselves old new names. I've given myself the name of fundamentalist
fundamentalists means he who sticks to the fundamentals, not fundamentalists in another sense. He tries to understand and I'm old now and I still try until time to understand the fundamentals of Islam. Because what we see today is not the fundamentals of Islam. What we see today are the creations and attachments and additions, which we in our small little faint minds have tried to attach to this faith and make it part of this faith. The way we look, the way we dress, the way we pray, whatever we do is all accretions. Nothing comes from the Quran, nothing comes from the Sunder Bahama salsa.
So, my job to myself is to
unpack all this and find the central light inside this. What is the st what is that light that will shine for me over the over the Sirat the day of tiama that bridge which is fairer than a sward thinner than a hay and sharper than sward. What is that light
because without that light after read, I will not make it to the other side.
That is my duty to you to convey that to you.
And whenever I have to speak like this to you on a Friday, I don't sleep the night before.
And number two, I always feel as if I'm like the profit or loss of I'm standing on monster for the first time you made the public lecture. The first time Nala city now you go and speak to your people, and he stood on suffer.
And the only thing he told me about la isla in LA that only he said that he was the Messenger of Allah and he brought one message of La ilaha illAllah and Abu Janna bola came and they laughed and they went on and they and eventually of course they wanted to compromise with him and say well Mohammed Salah what we'll do is let's compromise one day you worship our gods the next day will worship your Allah
The anabolic signal came back they say okay one week then they say okay, one month is it okay one year for you in one year for us.
That was Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
Now we live in a bipolar Muslim world.
And I'm not saying this in the in the medical sense of the word. Maybe I am in the States
but we live we have two Muslim nations one is going that way and one is going this way and when is trying to go on the State Park. We have these people with all the things and the green cloth and the caps in their shoes and the tops and whatever they have and they've created a new Islam.
Then we have the others who try and follow the Sudan for on any given a lot of names.
Lots of days one of the names is seller,
or the seller afiya.
And all these good words we have turned into swear words, soon as a swear word.
bead is a good word that that what we that is what we that is what is that is what is current today.
And of course what we do is you not only say Buddha is good we say Buddha has a now good Buddha
Allah guide us
I'm going to spend two or three minutes on Salah because it's a very simple
very easy to
We will save I say in many many ways way with don't swear words in the sense of swear words, but things that we we discount
discounted you must understand the Quran discount you must give me celebrations where people only read the Quran give big Diaz's and bronies and whatever that is. That's good. collect money for people to make the Quran Hafiz without understanding that debt debt is good understanding.
con Sunnah gone What become what is now what what do we do now? What do we what is raised to the level of Deen? That which we created ourselves
and we can't see it. We blind
we blind we can't see that. This is leading us away from the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. recommitting so Islam has become a sing song, and a sheep and a sheep song.
But sing song, listen to the radio.
What do they play? They play songs about love and sex and all this but you don't know. Because you don't understand Arabic so you get a
nice added music
in Arabic after all, you know so must be nice must be good. How long?
So that's what I say when I say sit in front of me I think you know this is super hard on piano. I sound like really a prophet of doom. But sometimes I feel sometimes because it's so simple, so straightforward. Why are we doing all these things? What do we do? What do we Why do we
rather learn one noun say, you know a lie the noun is the and Li is Eliza Allah.
There is an understanding of the word Allah is very basic sense not to do that spend three hours learning the language to understand Allah to handle his name at least.
and seller via
an advanced seller, closer follow the seller, what does it mean? seller means the past.
seller, color means
solid means the past and specifically the past which is expressed in a Hadith of the Nabi sallallahu, wasallam. Because everything has to come from the Quran or the Prophet Muhammad SAW some otherwise it is
For the purposes not talking about either a doctor or a lawyer. I'm talking about that kind of knowledge. I'm talking about belief in a long time. So what is sort of Salah nevison Sallam said,
Ernie, the best people who ever lived are the people who live in my time.
Who are those people? They are Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam and the companions of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam Yoshida didn't live at that time. Your teeth didn't live at that time, no matter how great he is, no matter what he does, no matter if it's the third generation of the Prophet, nobody was a prophet, daughter son is not part of that generation. That is the best generation.
So Mel Levine No, no sama la Vina Luna home and then the Prophet said, then the next generation and then the next generation. So is the generation of the prophet in the companions, then the generation of the Tabby ame those who followed and make the companions and learn from the companions. And then the third generation will include, as Abraham says, and even the Tamia nickim and all these great scholars, inclusive of Medina humble
starts with adding the humble with the false image of the early student. Ah, well Gemma.
So that is a Salah.
So a person who identifies with a Salah means he identifies with a prophet, the companions, those who make and studied under the companions, and then Mr. Abu hanifa Imam Shafi, Mr. Medina humble and Mr. Malik Rahim Allah, this is Salah.
So if you hear the word Salah or therapy and you pull up your mouth and you love then you are a part of Islam anymore. We are different fold of Islam.
Why? Because the prophets of Salaam was part of the setup. The companion to the Sunnah,
but because we don't have any inkling which is Yeah, these words and we cling to it we say, Jehovah is a Salafi
nobuta Naima Allah says Allah was freestyling Madison Ellis's Salafis
Out of the salaf
we have come to be known as the lucid novel Gemma
should never Gemma are those who have taken the deen from the prophets Allah Allah Allah to London Sahaba that abbien and inclusive of the four bombs
Of course there are those who say that the Salah do not follow the mother him
it's not true
there is in order to give it some bad name or some negativity around their name Salah.
How can it How can it not how can you mama Shafi Abu hanifa not be part of the center the four greatest imams of law that the world has no not even the Muslim world the whole world has known
and the students
all Africa that we know comes from them the way we make salah and fasten all these laws have been extracted
by these chosen people who are laws founders given to us.
The real monster hidden those who could apply their minds to the Quran and Sunnah and extract all these laws from them, and it's expected throughout the Muslim world. Even among the Shia, they also accept some of it.
They are new student our
brothers and sisters are those people who follow the Sunnah of the Nadi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
Now, there are many who follows the northern and everybody claims they follow the Shia claim they follow the Sunnah.
Those who do better they say they follow the Sunnah
all these people say they follow the sooner
but the sooner doesn't stop with Mohammed salatu salam The sooner continues to his companions.
Because there are some people say yes, we follow this or not. But you know, we've got a problem with abora because, you know, he was only Muslim for six years. And she I say that, or have a problem with Ayesha, because you know, she did this Oh, I have a problem with this. Or you know, the thing now is you hear one thing and you make a big story of it. Oh, did you notice once or have you became more cut after the Prophet Debussy. So Hola, La quwata illa
Allah subhana wa Jalla those who follow
the nerissa salaam and the companions other than me sauce Allah.
There's a vast amount of literature that speaks about the connections, connection between the companions and us. And after all, brothers and sisters,
revelation came to who came to Mohammed?
If he did not transfer that revelation to the companions, then who would have given it to us
from where do we get
it was transferred from the nervous system to the content to this habit. They then transferred the Quran to to the Tabby, they went on and so the Quran was made into a book form and today we have
chose Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam to be the prophet of Islam, who
allows to have the chosen habibollah he was the Beloved of Allah, he was chosen. Why was he chosen? Because Allah loves him? How do we know Allah loved him? He was.
He was not just a pipeline. He was just not the conduit.
He was the Beloved of Allah loved him is called the Habib of Allah.
And Muhammad Ali.
And as the man
who chose them to be the companions of the narissa salaam and all the rest of the EU chose them
alongside of course.
And why did Allah choose them because Allah chose them because he loved them.
And he guided them.
And he spoke about them in the Quran.
When they were in the cane abubaker and then it was in the cave.
revelation came to the cave, was he got to work with revelation come. Did revelation come to the prophets of Salaam.
To him personally No. revelation came about his companionable worker.
Our worker was the one who was killed. Our worker was the one who was scared.
Not for himself.
This is the love that Allah plays in the heart of the components of Mohammed Salah wasn't us It wasn't about him when he saw the feet of the Qureshi at the foot of the cave outside the cave, the prophet and he cried, and the prophets at all broken what's wrong Why you cry? You cry so long Allah
inputfield to another in nama Anna Rajan while
City or a surah Allah crime because I am one man if I die, one man dies.
But if you die i o nation will perish.
And Allah revealed reverse will answer allow Sakina to Allah. Allah said by
the lambda Roja
Allah says to the NaVi says I'm terrible, but I will send Sakina to him. Not a lady.
For suckiness not lady second nice tranquility I'll send tranquility to the heart of our back
home and I will send to you armies that you can Will not you can't see them lanterra
what Jana caliber to law here earlier and our raise the word of Allah wa Jalla Kalima to Allah vena cava sutra and I will put the words of the curfew Lord and those who reject Allah will put it lowest of the low Subhana Allah
so the advance was to
loosen those who follow the those
brave men and women who transferred that so not to the tiger in the down to us
cold chosen bellows Hunter. Ravi Allahu
Allah didn't make any exceptions when he said that he say, he said, Allah says in the Quran, Allah, Allah is pleased with all of them.
So if he or she had come and say no to him or not.
So people asked why why can we not marry them?
The Muslims, given a fatwa that we should not be 40 years late, but I haven't the law.
They asked us
to good fatwa.
But the long winded and doesn't come to the point I would have written it in one sentence, but different people have different strokes for different folks.
And then somebody comes around the radio, I believe in said,
the chief of the BDI in Cape Town.
He says that What's wrong in marrying
there is understanding and understanding.
There is the fabric of Islam.
There is the belief of Islam there is a sociology of Islam, there is a psychology of Islam. Marriage is the most vital institution
in Islam and outside of Islam.
From marriage comes children from children come bigger families from bigger families come communities and they form society.
So when we talk about marriage, we're not saying Jay will appeal to nikka hard enough to be daddy can go take your wife home and go
have a family.
The is the foundation of a nation.
So if you say that you can marry those who reject that which you believe in your you are attacking the very foundations of your community and your faith.
He loves them she loves him. And whether maybe there's some differences, no doubt about that.
So building a house are you gonna build a house
without foundations with a foundation, you know, the maintenance
As three days and under screen meet Mr. Murphy for the day semiotica by some means with me.
I mean, Danny,
somebody will say,
okay, those who say more the man with the Shia
but table has no
Muslim. And eventually the building will collapse on top of us,
isn't it? So we want certainty in everything. So when we marry, and we have a family, we want to have certainty about who we marry and what we marry and what the future is for, for that marriage. That's already a big deal. And a big
gamble marriage with the with as the Sydney was, in any case, so now you bring you you, you water it down even further. So it's not about nica. It's about marriage, as an institution must become stronger, not weaker.
And I can't go into the merits of the merits of Shiism.
molokhia given a series of lectures on the Deezer expert on that, so you should get that series of lectures and listen to it.
And so, Abdullah rajala
after the demise of the NaVi salatu salam, he one day called the RBI and together that aney Davina, those who who met follow learn from the hava alum salatu salam, he called them together and he gave him a speech in the opening speech by saying
man you redo
and the Astana
folia suddenly man hotmart
also ever you wish to accept the eggs and example I Sona
family as 10 women then follow the example of those who had passed away
now go to the two before
and then asked him why we should should we follow those that pathway? Of course he was referring to
to the companions.
But why would we say follow those who had passed away? Why didn't you just say 10? Maybe this the hobby?
lobby Sahaba say you should follow the Sunnah of the Sahaba and
and follow the cinema homosassa
because you only know the merits of a man after he's passed away.
Until the day that he dies, you don't know what he can still do, isn't it?
Now visa Salam says some people will live their own life as a Muslim and die as a cafe.
Allah protect us and some people will live their own life as a non Muslim and they will die with Shahada.
So when do we really know when a person has been a good person or not a good person, when it's all nice these days are in front of us.
Then we know so what is Abdullah said he was saying all those people abubaker his path These are the people and the easterlies are not complete we know everything about them.
So follow the the the best companions of Muhammad Sallallahu, viola, Juan Juan,
pointed out to us that
he said that each generation was the best generation and then the next generation and then the next generation.
And then maybe Samsung latches on to min Amati.
So what about us? We don't fall in the first three generations
that we said those are the best. And what about us?
nobody's saying all of those people were the best, but what about us of your bed? Does that mean we all bet
some of you look sad and some of you look at the note.
So the promises that I'm talking about as he talks about that, what do you say about us?
Is that is that as I noted
For two min Amati la de nada HAC La
Mancha de la home
he says about us he says
there will always be a group of people or
a group of people. Me no matter of my alma ye Rena lol Hakuna, always speak the truth.
Now the word la hearing doesn't mean speak the truth. There were primary means to expose the truth, to make the truth public, to speak, to say to liberty to spread it. To be clear about it while here in Warren is to open clear daylight law in
law your dorm room and have a home and those will be there will not harm them.
Not my words, promises seller Larson.
And COVID decision of Allah will come. I think there's no no inertia.
So that also speaks about athletes. Yes, yes. I said those three generations were the best but
until the day of judgment, they will be I refer to Nadia had the successful group. The successful group will be the guru
who will say
as the Navy toward the Sahabi
his name was amarin
of the allowed to
go to Yara Salalah our marine says,
and I quoted this one of the mornings of the fuzzer we normally read Hadeeth
average adventures and there is a companion Sahabi not a stranger. Somebody made the Prophet spoke to the Prophet level the Prophet learned from the Prophet. He went to the prophet and he said Yasser Allah
only a curriculum for Islam
as I had done
You said your Rasul Allah.
Give me something about Islam. Tell me something about Islam, teach me something about Islam.
Then I went there to ask anybody after you. I was you must make it clear
not to ask anybody for an explanation. Tell me something about Islam. That is clear from you that I don't have to ask anybody else after you about it.
I would say to that person, Kumar elections Buddha, aka Friedman, Jamaican a few minutes along the story, fan islamize, you know, a big story, you know, to ask me to give it to you in one word, or one sentence impossible.
And then he says that I've noted him and said, Subhan Allah. And as I said, the other morning, I said, you know, one of the miracles of Mohammed Salah was that when he became an abbey
three things happened to him.
First he could speak his own language, Arabic which he knew, meaning the language which he spoke with his wife, his children, his friends, and
then suddenly he started speaking another kind of Arabic called Torah, which is completely different from the language that you know, you we travel through the Arab world, you verbally speak Arabic, doesn't sound like the Quran.
In fact, I myself, I was in Morocco last year.
And I probably understood point 5% of what they were saying.
But that was not as Arabic in the provinces and spoke by the way
suddenly spoke this beautiful language you could recite, which was like a symphony orchestra when it's recycled, called Alcoa. And thirdly, spoke al Hadi
which is different from the language when people speak Arabic to Adam Street, which is different from the Quran.
Anyway was a non profit
so what do we what do we get from that is from Allah hunter inspired that the languages of the language of the Quran Hadith is distinctly different from each other absolutely just yet at the same length
One person is listing
some Al Hamdulillah.
All right. So the property to him
meant to be law semester
and to build on
he wanted something which you would never have to ask anybody else for no explanation. prophesy to him the armor
on man to be law say I believe in Allah.
is the cream.
The cream comes from Karma Karma Karma means to stand is the karma means stand firm on it.
Strange honey, this man already believed in Allah. You already said La Ilaha Illa Ma, you already said I believe in Allah. Why would the Prophet tell him again? Say amen to be lost? Maybe the Prophet didn't know what to tell him? No, no.
In fact the Quran also tells us
the Quran tells us Oh you people who believe believe.
In other words, we have to affirm, reaffirm reconfirm our faith in Allah all the time. How do we do that by making Salah five times a day by reading the Quran
then then I mean, so that means that are meant to be law is for everybody. That is the digital message that we gave to our and the general nature allows him to give to us. And then Allah said, this is the most difficult part. The Prophet knew that this difficult God was who impersonally does. The second part was prophesy to him.
Stand firm on your ear Imani Noma.
Because this is going to be your challenge. The challenge is not to say la ilaha illa Allah The challenge is to remain on Lyla high Lama
chick you know, we all believe in Allah Allah Allah we all
so why are we living in this world with so much things which Allah never told us to do in this province? And why why do we have so much why is it Why is it that the majority of people is doing all this these things? It doesn't come from the Quran and these people say also is not in the Quran, they fall to the property and do it but it's nice and it's good for them and what's wrong with it?
as like a young boy standing up to his father and his father says my child don't do that What's wrong with it?
So we say we want to do this on a then this conference center or in this whole or in debt gathering and we are about to impact revenue so what's wrong with it? It's not in the Quran is not in the property and do it but what's wrong with it?
Africa Luna Labine, come you wanna teach.
Allah says you want to teach.
You want to teach Mohammed Hassan, you are better than Muhammad Salah you have to teach him not only to teach others the heart also that they also forget and they also didn't do the good that you are doing today.
Today, what we learn as we do this continuum question is two ways. Shaytan is two ways of getting it You
and me. The first way is
he makes us lackadaisical.
it's cool to hear that because mo Salah Kozmo chemokines, they crave exam again, you know, so baggy.
So shaytans is fine. This is the one way
you can keep on being tired and have no time to learn. automakers allow time, whatever it may be. And the second thing he does is
so now he sees a but I can't get to this guy prays five times a day in the masjid. Even half an hour before father is already the he's got his beard, he's got his quota. You know, he keeps a lot of charity. He goes former evil he does all these things. And I've tried everything in the book but I cannot get him not to do all the good things. So what does he do to you? He says you're not doing enough.
You're doing enough membre you're doing a lot but not enough. You must add on to what you're doing. Find yourself a peer Find yourself a Sunday person that you can define yourself some Salawat that you can make fun yourself something that somebody will give you find something more this is not enough.
And you know
knows this will take away from what from st karma What is his take home. We are 17 times a day for our lovely stay
in a surah Allah
Guide us on the straight path. That is said,
When allowed to reveal the verse in Surah houde.
Allah say to him
first a team cannot
make easy karma as I commanded you.
Allah didn't say to the Nabi say you believe Allah says, You make Mahabharata you must make he was talking to me. I was saying to the NaVi, this isn't the first person. This is to Him alone, you are Mohammed, you must make your karma. You must be on this path. You must be firm in what you're doing. Because lots of distractions will come your way. Lots of compromises you have to make.
When evisa Sallam said that he was asked, he was young, and he started going gray, like Obama.
Suddenly, when great. Bobby was already starting to go great young age savasana.
Why Why? He said, but an episode episodes and said show me Who do I have Artois Taha, he said, What is giving me Grace?
And the other tours around sohrabuddin? And as What is it, what is it in Surah? He says, When Allah Allah told me that I must make each other going gray.
Because the easy part is the man the difficult part is to stay on the man to serve the state part
of an avatar is nobody Sunday do.
Nobody said you've been given the state.
Try and keep on the middle of the state path.
Sometimes you will go a little bit late.
But stay close to the middle line.
Stay close to the center. Stay close.
Don't be distracted from that path.
And so this was the life of the Sahaba Halim of salatu salam.
I want to end up by telling you a little story
which somebody sent me and I hope that allows from looking puts that in his
bundle of hassanal on the deaf piano because if I tell you, you get the reward of all you listening to what he sent me
I'm gonna try and reduce this story to just the most important to us as young men in the time.
I'm going to give you an idea of how the Sahaba lived by the Quran.
Because that is what is the karma means is the karma means to live by what you hear,
to live by the by what you hear if it is from the Quran and Sunnah to live by the Serato. Mr. P.
For me and for you and for your for your family, for my family, and for the homeland child.
This young boy was no to the Court of Criminal hottub notes many of you have seen this little video clip
and are asked
the complainants What is this young boy doing the complaint and say two brothers they said this, this young man he killed our father.
So they are my GPS Jamar I killed him. I said What happened? He said this is the father used to bring his camel onto my land to eat my grass.
And whenever I should change the camel away from my field, his father in a father threw me with stones.
So one day I got so angry, I picked up a sword and I threw it at the father and unfortunately died.
Samarra says, Yeah, you're a young man, but you remain, you know, the penalties, the penalty for taking a life You took a life.
So he said,
I just asked for one favor. So now the courthouse was full of people.
He said, I asked one favor. He said, If
when my father died, he left some money for my brothers, which I had hidden away for them. When they become of age, I would dig it out and give it to them. gave me three days to complete their inheritance. And give it to them and I'll come back to you.
And I will take the punishment which is given a life for a life.
So our job looked at this young man and said to him, but I can't let you go. You must have what? Somebody must stand surety for you.
Because what if you don't come back?
So um, I looked at the code and he said anybody was trying to argue with this young man.
He's got the death penalty hanging over his head, but he's asking for three days. Every
Fight, and we'll come back.
So nobody want to raise their hand. So
he raised his hands said Jamar, I will stand you're ready for this young man.
So the young man left
after three days, on the third day after time, no young man to be seen. And the time is going and going about that he's going to the courtroom. And the people are following him when they don't see the boy anyway. And just before fudger the boy appears.
So I'm not surprised.
Because armory what actually what Omani didn't want to do, he would run away.
Like the Nagisa Salam did with a woman who came to save he committed Zina, and say, come back after you breastfeed your child. After two years, the probability will just run away
and make Toba and Allah will forgive him.
So the boy came back so much, why don't you come back?
I didn't tell as far off into the world not to act now implement the punishment. So he said,
I will not let Muslim say that there was a Muslim in the time of Omar who didn't keep his word.
he's gonna give his life just because he wanted to keep his word.
Keep, don't keep our
allies and live in danger, but we never keep our word.
Soon I did it because I didn't want
people to look at his garments. And look at the time of Oman. There was this young man Muslim. He just broke his word and ran away.
So I'm not going to do that until our border
Why did you do it? Why did you stand up for him because you'd have been
put to this nice place.
So I was I didn't want people to say that there wasn't a single Muslim was would stand for his brother in the time of his need.
What do we do today? Somebody comes to knock on your door and is in need.
You look at him you say
I know he doesn't pay. I know his family's gonna be on the road. I know that. But I believe he really did do namely diagonally diagonally. Now I'm
sorry, Brother, you know I
was mentioned No. A Buddha said no. I cannot let people say that Muslims are not people who will stand for the brother when the brother is in need. So how Nola so it is this is the karma. This is not just the c'est la ilaha illAllah. This is just I believe in Allah.
I believe in Allah.
I believe in Allah when it came to the crunch. That is when we test our faith.
What would I do? I'm going to tell the lie. Am I going to refuse to help?
Me I'm not going to keep my word.
That is the crunch. So my last one will give that we
have is the Carmen Shall we reconfirm our five, Mr. Walter Allah Salaam Alaikum.