59 Shattering The Myths About The Sunni Shia Divide

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Faaik Gamieldien

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hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah and

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sudo are not meant to be here on a taco la when I was a villa Himanshu the unforeseen on sejahtera Molina, Maria de La Paloma de la la la, la la de la

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wanna shadow La la la la de la sharika wanna shadow Ana Mohammed and arido Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallahu alayhi wa he was heavy woman. He got what he learned in a bad blood brothers and sisters in Islam. Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Although it's rather cold today, sick, I think it's very cold today.

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But we are grateful to our last one, I think we need the cold and we need we need the rainbow. So hamdulillah.

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When we look at the world stage, we find that we are there a lot of crises all over the world. We refer to some of those crises last week, and we try to, to analyze some of what is happening particularly in in Egypt.

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But what the focus is on now is, of course, Syria.

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And I know as much as what you know, about Syria, I don't get any revelation, tell me what is happening. So whatever, you know, I know. So I'm not going to waste your time and my time to tell you what you already know.

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But I think what we need maybe to speak about is the uranium factor

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in Syria, namely the Shia factor in Syria.

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And I want to focus today on

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maybe to give you a little bit of background on Shiism facts, which you already know, but I'm just going to repeat it for you.

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And also to, to shatter and to break the myth. You know, there's a myth that the shears have developed into effect, they say you tell a lie often enough. And they people will believe Eventually, the she has got us to believe that Islam is like a coin with two sides. One side is Sunni Islam and the other side is Shiism.

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And we believe that, while you know they she has invested in this, they're the one off one way or the other? Are they the one cousin, and we are the other cousin? The Jews make us believe the same thing. Sometimes. Arabs are the cousins. And we say the Jews are the cousins of the Arab children. So it's like saying, you know that there is a coin, the one side is Judaism and the other side that theism I mean, it's a complete, it's a complete contradiction. And today inshallah I will tell you and explain to you why that is not so that Shiism is not the other side of Satanism, that these two things are totally separate and totally apart from each other.

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But let me first start by giving you a little bit of history on what is she has invaded come from? Where did it start?

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She ism is a modern phenomenon. First of all, maybe I should start where I'm going to end the lecture today. Shiism is not something has been with us since the beginning of time. And I'll tell you how modern and how, how young she has him. In fact, he said, we can't even compete by any means by any way statically connected to Satanism and say that the other part of Islam, that's total nonsense, and that is what the world also wants us to believe. That we have to come to grips and we have to be tolerant and we have to accept and assume that that is the other half of Islam and we must just accept it.

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And which is which is nonsense, absolute absolute nonsense.

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The idea of Shiism

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started with the death of the Nabi sallallahu, wasallam.

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As an idea

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as a breakaway faction,

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Ibiza surrounded died in the 632.

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And whatever is normally when somebody dies in a position of leadership, there's always a crisis of leadership.

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I die tomorrow. Hopefully there won't be a crisis. But normally, there'll be a crisis in the homeless who's not going to be the next ama. And I think we fail all the time in in that kind of follow up.

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Some matches have succeeded, but many massages

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are totally at an ET CIE, when it comes to what is going to happen if the Imam dies, the moms die. I mean, they certainly came before me, and so many will come after me.

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At the death of the Nevis asylum, there was this crisis of leadership who is going to take over the reins of this Islam

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After the death of the Nabi sallallahu, wasallam.

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They were those who felt that Islam was a family affair.

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That automatically because this was

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the era boy, the Arab way was things were handed down from father to son, or from father to the nearest relative. Several there's some people who found that alley Carmela wotja, cousin of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam also son in law Mohamed Salah Salaam had to take over the reins of the leadership of the deed and leadership of the oma Mohammed salatu salam. Those people who felt like that said that when the Prophet came from his Hajj, first and last Hyde's prophet only made one Hajj as you know, he stopped at a place called ideal home. The she has called this hadith

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ad nauseum as they say, whenever you meet them and they want to convert you, the first thing they will quote is hadith of Hadith home with an evisa. Salaam had said that Ali is my successor.

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Professor ceram didn't say political success. He didn't say his spiritual success. He just said he's my successor.

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And those people who wanted it to be the next halifa of course, use this hadith and many others to substantiate the position.

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When Allah did not become halifa, when the Muslims of Medina

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100% saw the allegiance made by

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to say Nava Casa de Gracia, Ron, that small group of partisans of IE supporters of the word Shia means partisan means supportive Shia, so she she had to rally other supporters of Satan alika Ramallah watch her. They felt that this was a usurpation. This was a theft of the leadership of Ali to be the follow up leader to Mohamed Salah Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And then of course, they were further very angry when say now Omar became halifa. And then further they became even more angry with Siddharth man became halifa. And finally, in 656,

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not even 30 years after the death of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam said not only became the halifa, also by Bayer, the Muslims of Medina accepted and voted him as the

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leader,

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Sonali unfortunately roll for five years, and he was murdered, as you know, in the merab in a town in Iraq, was also buried.

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This is just a summary I'm giving a summary you can read this many books on this and on the internet, wherever you want to read. More Alia

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was appointed by say norseman was the leader. Any seat was in Damascus.

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He

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would say that he was would say nearly passed away.

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He people felt that he should pass the reins of leadership on to Satan the Hassan rondalla the son of Satan,

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but he decided that he was going to pass the leadership to his son yazeed.

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And of course, that is where the whole kingship started. That is where the all lineage and handing power from father to son that we find presently still existed in the Middle East.

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Wave the one family member dies the next family member takes over. It started with Santa Maria de la tierra. We do not express opinions on the Sahaba and the decisions. We do not say we can say yes maybe he was wrong. Maybe he was right. But we cannot say we cannot condemn Sahaba cinema we are and say nalli had similar status. Both of them were secretaries of the Navy Sal and both of them were cocky but why both of them recorded Why? And many of the ayat of the Quran was revealed because of questions I said now let's say that our morass of the Nabi sallallahu sallam, he asked for example nerissa Salah Monday, why do you pray at the maqam Ibrahim?

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At that time, there was no there was no I have the Quran to say that. That is a place of pray. And after almaraz equations, Allah revealed the surah in the Quran. What does he do mean? Nakamura Hema masala take the maqam Ibrahim as a place

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Prayer. Many other items of Quran

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where Allah subhanaw taala responded to people accidentally said Naboo carcinoma said nos man of course we know cinema baccharis is mentioned my name but majoring in the Quran is the mafia in a co Ed akula sahibi. Latta has an in Allaha manner. When they when the cable also on the right says is the akula sahibi when Mohammed Hassan said to his companion, who was his companion,

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our worker

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now, not the Shia, not the Sunni, not the Catholic nor the Protestant can deny these facts. These are facts of history. History is cast in stone, you can't change history. You can change what you want to believe, but you can't change history. You can't change how do you change it? How do you change the history that's presently going on? history is history. If I tell you that my loot started 600 years after the death of

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new guns, you can turn around a million times but you can't deny that historical faith. It is an historical fact.

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It was only started the first bullet was held in Egypt and the Shia fatimid dynasty 600 years after the death of Mohamed Salah Salah. No,

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nobody can deny this fact.

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We can argue about all the other things but that we can argue about. So

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like Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years historical fact.

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And so there are many other historical Bahama Salam was born on a certain day in Makkah that he loves the for 13 years and he went to these effects can change that aboubaker was diverse halifa you can't change that Amara was a signal you cannot man was. So what I speak about always I speak about his student I speak about the facts. How you want to accept it.

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You're answerable to our laws, not to me, your answerability doesn't jive with me. Your accountability lies my accountability and responsibility to you is to tell you the truth.

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Whether it hurt you whether to let your father in his grave, or your mother in her grave, and that's not my problem. My duty is to tell you this is the truth. And either you accept it or you don't accept. That's the bottom line.

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And what I'm saying to you now is historical to Somalia,

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Iraq, Iran

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was a hobby of the Navy so salami had made bad decisions, because he was a human being people make mistakes people do things they supposed to do. He appointed his son.

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Imam has an ideology la turon

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son of Satan alley, what did he do? He said no problem. I will go to Medina and relax, live my life out.

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After all, he was a very handsome man. And all the women of Medina wanted to marry him

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because he was the grandson of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and everybody wanted to have his child because they will be linked to the to the animal bait. So he Mashallah had his work cut out for him. He wasn't a fighter, and he wasn't like me and argue and

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want to tell everybody what the truth is? No, no, no. It was Imam Hussain who said no, I'm not gonna accept the state of affairs. I'm not going to allow more Alia to appoint a woman he wants to appoint. The leader of the Muslim community must be chosen by the people.

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And he took with him.

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Now, this is a very important fact. Say that while we are when he went to war,

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he marched with an army from Medina to a place called Karbala.

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How many men do you think were with him? All those people who said Ali Ali Ali, Hussein Hussein Hussein Hussein, when they had to fight for the cause, how many people went with him? 72 people

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72 people.

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That's always the case.

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always the case.

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So I Carmela as you know,

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he has he came with 1000s of men. And of course it now says the never chance numbers are against him, despite the fact that he was the grandson of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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He didn't say he was killed, most of his family was killed.

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And that she I see this

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as the pinnacle

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of the legacy of suffering and injustice in the world.

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But she I am do not mean what we know she had today. By she I been here the supporters of segnale because it's a big difference. She hasn't even started

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Religion, she has started off as a supporters of segnale people who support the technology people who said it should have been the halifa

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of course, we know that there are different branches of shears and the Assam shears who say that the gibril came to the wrong men.

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He was supposed to come to say

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there are some others who say that alley is not human is divine.

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And there are so many things people have concocted

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because they wanted segnale to be we know today, they will say this grammar can do this and that and that and that and they embellish. What's up man comes from overseas with a big red beard with a big green turban and they say you know, this man, he never eats, he never sleeps. He always makes Salah, he fires his whole life, he can walk over water, hello, La quwata illa Billah

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all these beliefs have one source you will see where they can all have one source knowledge and zulum as one source shaytaan.

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So that she has say then the she has they found that that was a turning point for them in the support of segnale, Karima law. And since then, this band of people

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channels channel they support and they love

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to the children of segnale to the offspring of Allah and Fatima

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they felt that

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by extension of the love of the prophets Allah Salaam, they will love the family of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam irrespective.

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Now, there is nothing there. I mean,

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people accused me now and family as well. They say well, you know, he doesn't love the prophets. If you go to Iran, the first thing they will tell you is the Sudanese don't love the Prophet. We love the Prophet, because we follow the family of the Prophet. We fought for segnale we love Fatima we don't like Ayesha we don't like our burger we don't like

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the why not because we love Mohammed Salah we love the family of Bahamas can have an argument against

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that is what it's called Kalamata ha Can you read the bill bottle, a true Word but the purpose is to gain bottle.

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So they say people who don't make mono they don't love Bahama salata people who don't do that they don't love ohama people who don't do that they don't love people who don't have

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the she has have exactly the same arguments that all the people of color have.

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So they decided

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to use this like Christians. I mean, why are they more Christians? Why is the world why did the world accept Christianity?

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Because that the slogan what was the slogan?

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love Jesus, but don't have to do anything else. Like the people know by people who say, if you just love Muhammad, you go straight to heaven, don't have to do anything else. No matter what you can do in module and you can rock whatever, whatever, don't magical. All you must do is you might just say it was mainly for the Navy. So as Muslims,

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you cannot be a Muslim unless you know.

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How can you be a Muslim? If you don't love Muhammad? A Muslim if you don't love that little baby in the house, how can you be Muslim La La La quwata illa Allah.

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So the Christians stole the world by saying,

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love Jesus then you can bring you can for negate you can take interest. You can do whatever you want. All you have to do is you might just say you love Jesus.

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So the she has done the same.

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They convert people to the why have we believe because the first thing they tell you is we love Mohammed Salah.

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Meaning that use your knees, you accept abubaker above Allah so you do not love Mohamed Salah know the family of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The main group of the supporters of Alli

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there was no religion she has them at the time there is no religion called she has them remember I'm telling you this remember? At that time, there was no religion separate religion cultures and there was only she had to rally supporters of Satan aliko chia chia in Arabic means partisan or supporter.

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The supporters of segnale said that because of their love for the Nagisa Salaam. They will

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Follow the 12 generations of signal his progeny 12 generations.

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So in every generation, they accepted one male person that was a descendant of say Dahlia as the Imam. So they call themselves the twelvers.

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To have twelvers meaning that they are the people who follow 12 imams or descendants from say def Aarthi Murthy Dolly kurama Allahu wa Taala.

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The other six like this ad sect that is found in Yemen, that follow five imams that stop at five imams.

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They are these by Leah, another sect of the Shia will follow 70 moms all saying that these these are the moms we should follow after that episode Salaam. You can't follow anybody else except these imams.

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These amounts

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are characterized by three qualities. The shear say that every one of these men that they've chosen to be the mom from the 12 generations after the baby's death, have three qualities one,

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enough so

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that they were chosen by Allah to lead the ummah.

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They were chosen by Allah,

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to lead them how they know that only Allah knows. And they know.

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Like people say somebody is overly of Allah, they say he's a, he's a Wali. How they know that only they know and Allah knows nobody else knows.

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Because while he is the friend of Allah, Allah sent somebody SMS to say that my friend

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tells me my email is in Skype or whatever is your WhatsApp was some ally Moloch. Who said Well, you see he has a list of all the friends of Allah.

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All this

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nonsense. People believe this leaving just because somebody is buried with a green shroud of aim in some place. So this

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for which we are going to be accountable and answerable to our laws, let them ask you come in and come in come in who told you this didn't give you a list? Or did I tell you that?

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Allahu Allah, you love either.

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I send you a book. And in the book, I wrote that I am the friend of those who believe.

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I am the wily of everybody who believes and all the takuan all those people have Taqwa. They're all friends of a los pinata. That's what I'm saying.

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What right do you have to designate friends for me when I didn't tell you to do so?

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and extended and extended and extended.

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So the car and you will see how there is a congruence between the shear and the belief of these people who are so called Sudanese.

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The second that the she I say, these amounts are all they all have a small

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meaning they're all infallible.

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They like Muhammad Salah exactly like him, don't make mistakes, never fail. And number three, they say they have al moon hos, special knowledge. The Sufi scholar, they they the Sufi scholarship, they have Elmo ladhani.

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Same Sufi singer, she has exactly the same, they're the same route, the same source, the same darkness, they come from the same Zulu.

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One cause it's spatial knowledge. The other one calls it

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knowledge which comes from a loss

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above the knowledge which Allah saying was, is 124,000 ambia above the knowledge that he said in the Quran, the Torah and the Injeel there are more than that.

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So the shear then believe that these two albums and

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these are all out of date family of amateur lalala

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that have been taken to a level beyond which allows other commanders and beyond which Nafisa Salam commands us.

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Of course, they also believe that these 12 amounts, whatever they say is equal to what the prophet said.

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So, these 12 demands

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All these sayings are ahaadeeth,

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like the hadith of Mohammed, Salah lawless.

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So

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those were the partisans of alief. They took you to that level, like the Christians.

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Christianity didn't start with the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost know,

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Christianity started with belief.

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The Old Testament

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didn't have any easily said to Salaam was a profitable loss Hunter.

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And because of the veneration of the Romans,

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in terms of their own background, they raise the level of Isa from Prophet to sun, eventually to God.

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And eventually they said, If you can't if you don't believe in love Jesus, you will not go to Paradise you must believe in him and so forth and so on. So the she I've taken the family of the Prophet exactly to the same levels,

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from fam from annelle bait

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to imams

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to equivalent to Mohammed Salah equivalent to prophets, same qualities as the prophets have. In fact, they say the Imams are not born human

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allows us only

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the human body to bring them into the world, but they actually divine.

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So what did I say? The 12 months, the laws the mom

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lived in a place called Samarra in Iraq.

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In 874.

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Which are we now? 20 120 13. Between that 874 from 2013. Thomas, what do you get?

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Only I want you to get the timelines on you do not give me the answer.

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or leaving a timeline? Because we are going to smash the myth today that she has me the other half of Judaism. It's all nonsense.

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How much is it? Approximately?

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How much?

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2030 minus 874 would be about

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1000.

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Okay, so 1000 years ago.

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So 1000 years ago.

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The last mom of the 12 mom's

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died? No, he didn't die. He disappeared.

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He disappeared.

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At the age of five.

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At the age of five, this Imam disappeared.

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It's also called occultation. Can you please switch off that? I mean really now.

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We don't want to hear the full adder. That's enough.

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We'll hear the full again in a few minutes.

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Luckily, hasn't got music on there.

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All right.

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That's what I say to have him on disappeared. The age of five

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all these strange stories, you know, so this myths

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and they say he will come back at the end of time as the melody or the Messiah.

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His name is Mohammed and Maddie. And of course he will lead men to justice complete justice and of course lead them to the full expression of Shiism in the world.

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So up to the trophy mom that she has always had a leader

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until he disappeared at the age of five.

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They say in his absence in the absence of the Imams, the Allah of the Shia, are the leaders of the Muslim community of the oma.

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And therefore in Iran, you find that a religious person is head of the government of Iran.

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That is the belief

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that a person of their faith should be the leader.

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Now when Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam passed away

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for us, we believe, and it's a historical fact

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that the leadership of the oma passed into the hands of cinnabar back and for many reasons

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and the most important reason was

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that he was the most qualified person to lead on at the time.

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And he his appointment was by consensus.

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People chose him.

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He was the closest to the Navy sossel Elisa.

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And he was acidic, like the Navy so salami never told a lie.

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trustworthy man.

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For the Shia, the charismatic role of the Nerys Allah Salaam,

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passed into one person called Ali, even in the presence of Abu Bakr de Silva was the just respected munchies. He was just taken by the people for us they were concerned for the supporters or Allah was concerned. He had no charismatic authority.

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The province authority would pass from one Imam to the next Imam until the end of time.

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And as I say, they ascribe certain miracle to these imams. The seventh Imam, for example, Musa al Kazim.

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They say

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that he spoke in his cradle like to be rissalah salatu salam,

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he brought the dead to life. He could walk on water, he could traverse the universe with great ease in a second.

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The Sufis believe the same thing that you speak to them, and they will tell you that they Imam,

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they will say well, you know, you if you go to the kurama, today is not the way Is he there is called for hunt hashtag. Or he's gone for Amara,

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or is maybe visiting some other of his friend somewhere in Baghdad or Cyprus or somewhere. He'll be back tomorrow because he flies faster than the Boeing or any other airplane. People believe this. You love him. But this is these people will die for this kind of belief. They believe that these dead people can actually fly.

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How only Allah knows, but they know.

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And they've grabbed hold of the attention of engineers, doctors, lawyers, professors, all kinds of people that lacked one thing that lacked knowledge of D.

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They think there's a quick solution to all the ignorance of Islam by believing all this nonsense that people bring to the shores of this country.

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So just to summarize,

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up to 800, and up to 1000 years ago, there was no religion culture as if there was only she as supporters of segnale. And believing that the leadership of Hamas or Ceylon passed down to these two Avi monks.

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Then what happened?

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take you a bit later on to history. We've got a timeline here. The next timeline is the 16th century.

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So that was yesterday, it was in 16th century

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give an idea when when she hasn't started as a religion. What happened in 15 101 16th century

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in the 16th century.

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In then Persia,

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the suffer we did this he came to power.

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And that is where the history of modern Iran begins in the 16th century.

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And effect which I want to say now, which you must never forget.

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In the 16th century,

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when the safavid Empire came into existence,

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which began the Iranian state, as we know today,

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the majority of the population of Iran was Sunni

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following the Hanafi madhhab, and the Shafi manga

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I repeat that in the 16th century, which is all long ago,

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seven centuries ago

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proximately

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Iran was totally inhabited by Sunni Muslims, who followed Imam Abu hanifa Imam Shafi

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because you will find many of our great scholars before the 16th century came from their party Mambo Hari came from Persia, Muslim,

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so many great people.

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When

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so that was the 16th century.

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The history of Persia up to then was a history of

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a kaleidoscope of faiths beliefs and religions because Persia was the crossroads of the world. The Romans came the

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the Greeks conquered them.

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The Russians came down to them, the Indians came, the Vedic Indians, from the south, establish their faith, Buddhism,

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Judaism came, Christianity came, the longest religion they had was Zoroastrianism

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by a man calls the rest of the call the Prophet

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Zoroastrianism basically, is a belief which says, There are only two there are two gods,

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a good God and a bad God.

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And these two gods, the God of good in the God of evil,

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the earth was created for them to fight with each other, and the God of good will eventually overcome the God of evil.

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This legions or as an ism started before gnabry salatu salam, so they're very ancient, they're very ancient faiths.

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But all this change in the 642 in 642,

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the Muslim army sent by Rama rebel hottub, conquered then Persia 642. Persia was conquered by the Muslims, what happened? First thing they said is don't convert these people to Islam.

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Strange isn't like when they went to Egypt.

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Why is it that the Muslim armies didn't want to convert people?

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That is why it's also a myth that Islam was spread by the sward because the Arabs intentionally didn't want to convert people to Islam.

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Because they said if these people accept Islam, they will not pay the jizya was a poll tax because every non Muslim living under Muslim rule had to pay tax, called a poll tax. And Medina became the richest city in the world because of the poll tax.

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They chose on the one and also if people want to become Muslim, they work conditions, the Holocaust.

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First day to learn Arabic.

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So imagine today we tell a man.

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I mean, all the Muslims have failed the test. Most Muslims will fail the test. First of all, they won't mind.

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So you want to become Muslim fine. First learn Arabic,

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which made it those people who didn't become Muslim. That is why today I mean, Arabic is the second language of the whole, that whole region either speaks Arabic or the second language.

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Even the Christians and the Jews living in Iraq and in Iran who spoke Arabic,

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despite the fact because you see the Sahaba knew that people automatically become Muslim. It's not a matter of making dalla We are the dollar. They were the living dollar, the way they treated the people. They were the living down. That's why I said if I go if I donkey,

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you were sitting in Medina, he said, if a donkey should slip

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on the banks of the river Euphrates in Iraq, I will be responsible.

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That was the accountability which are Marbella, Tibet, towards the donkey. Imagine how they treated human beings Subhan Allah. So when people saw these Muslims don't even visit don't become they said, No, we want to be Muslim. Today's we say because and said, No, we don't because reverse. Today we have Tao Academy's dour causes. You know, we built up our data we read in the face and people just eat our food and they go back to worshiping their ancestors.

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We ask them with so many parts of reality and opinion can we take this for the law?

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300 years but highly john Lang is still not Muslim. What have what kind of ingredients we put in the food. We may be worried about the taste we say well we must give you a pup in place

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not realizing it's got absolutely nothing to do with the Briana was a food parcel that you take that's full not make people's

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Agu that makes a person want to become.

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And that was the Sahaba they made people become Islam because of their character because of their personalities because the way they dealt with people.

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So at the start of the safari period

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in the 16th century, as I said, majority of Muslims in Iran was so nice followers of the Hanafi chaffey school

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but even they in Persian in the whole of the Middle East at that time.

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The Sudanese course love the Navy song.

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They loved the family of the Navy, so Salah, and the most outstanding personality, after the desert until Salam

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was in gnarly karma without a doubt segnale was the most outstanding but and he was prophet

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loved him, loved him so much that He gave His daughter to him to marry his most beloved daughter for him to marry. And his grandchildren was from Fatima has a

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lot of devotion and a lot of emotion around the love of the family of hammers awesome. collected. Lots of love. There was and of course many people exploit this love. Like the Christians like the Romans exploited the love of Jesus of Risa, Elisa Tosa

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when the safavid dynasty came to power that a man called Israel, he was a warrior. And by conquering he conquered most of what was then known as Persia. And he installed himself in the 13 101, which is in the 16th century, as the first Sha, Sha is married.

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And he when he became the ruler in the 16th century, he was the first man to take make the Regency as he made the religion.

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He said, I'm going to make this supporters of Alli into a faith god she has. In fact, when he asked for a book, on the rules of theism, the word was not even written. So he employed scholars. And this is where the connection between Syria and Iran comes.

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There was a school in Syria at the time where people studied segnale and wrote books and say that

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and he important important those scholars

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to write books on Shiism to develop their own their own jurisprudence, because they believe that they had certain qualities which the Sudanese didn't have.

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And they found only one book written on the slide. So it's called cavada Islam by a man called Allah Haley was the only book on GSM available at the time, so tells you that she has them as we know today, that region started when only in the 16th century, it became the official religion of Iran, believed only by the royal family 100% of his ruler of his people living under a

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pseudonym is what happened to them.

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What happened to them 100% of Sudanese Well, what is my I did was he did something very simple. He was a very good strategist to things he did. He threatened death to anybody who didn't except she has him as a religion as a fact. Now remember, Sunni is already love Mohammed Salah. They really love signally, they already love say that Altima. So it was easy

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for them to say, well, either we lose our lives or we just continue. And so by force, and by threats,

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and by

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eating a few things, one of the things he did was he added to the other people do this using energy, the other the words,

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eyeshadow, Anna allien. What do you learn? So I should honor Mohammad Rasool Allah, Allah, Allah Allah,

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Allah to Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, that I be a witness said Ali is the Wali of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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The second thing he did was he exploited Muharram

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10th of Muharram.

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And He instituted the tashia.

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What do you call the tassia who said

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With the college tender Muharram they have this cubus mokuba sumptous coffin that they carry around the mosque to commemorate the death of Cena Hossain which is 150% shy institution.

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And thirdly, to emphasize this point,

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He instituted

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in the Joomla that it every Joomla in every town and city in Iran, they should curse it now boubakeur and said normal

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and they bought monuments to say northern Abu Bakar where people came to curse them

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because they say they usurped the authority of segnale. Thirdly,

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he bought shrines all over Iran, of not only the moms but also their families.

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And their most important shrine is at Mashhad

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with the eighth Imam is buried,

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remember is a burrito.

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I visited that shrine to tell you is not a shrine, it's a city

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to city it's a mosque, probably as big as the mosque in Medina.

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And one of the most horrendous things that I saw there was they actually make salad facing the cover of this man. That's part of the veneration of the in Apps because they say this man, these people are divine beings. They're not normal human beings.

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So in this way, the student is lost this aneurysm and what he also did was they incorporated because most of the people of Iran a demo Sharpies. So the shafik is like Shafiq

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Shafiq is really close to shafik one of the things they make out of Nirvana just speak to them they say you know, we close to you know, we know lots of the Sharpie freak you know

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if I didn't know the purpose of that was not because they love you mama Shafi purposes that was and today and of course, the most important trick in the up their sleeve is that they use Takia which is that they it's okay to lie to a Sunday.

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So if you meet if you're a Shani, meet as soon as water you say I'm assuming.

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And he will come in your magic and pray like you and you'll go back home and pray like they pray. They come to mark and pray in the heart. I'm like we pray, but they go back to the hotel. And then we pray like they pray, which is completely different pray. In she in Iran, if you go there, the mom plays in a whole

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strange.

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There's a whole day he stands inside the hole.

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I didn't want to ask because it must have been for me, I thought it's gonna be embarrassing to ask all these kind of questions.

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So she has them as a religion that was imposed on the Sunni population in Iran started early in the 16th century. Before that, there was she had early supporters of it, but it wasn't a faith. So for people today to say that Islam has two sides, like a coin, one side is Shiism, and the other side as soon as and as total nonsense.

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The she has a numbers about 150 million, there's 1 billion, nearly 2 billion.

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They're an insignificant, but they have a big mouth like that. They like Israel. Some sometimes we think that Israel rules the world, isn't it? But it's not as it's just a drop in the ocean, occupying other people's land making a big noise.

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Same with Iran. They're not the other side of Sunni Islam. They are a sect like the comedies and the Guardian is they are a sect that stood on the shoulders and eliminated the Sudanese in their realm.

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and by extension today, the war against the Sudanese is still going on. Like somebody said to me, Hezbollah should not be called not Hizbollah the party of Allah, they should not be called Hizbul shaytaan.

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My son in law went to a lecture I think a case was last week, a week before when somebody spoke there.

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The head of a big charity,

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gift of the givers yard, he was saying that he went to Syria. And I think the sizable I'll tell the people that tomorrow was Friday, the next day was Friday, they're going to get a gift on Friday. And the gift was that they were going to be bombarded at all that at the time of Juma.

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So, again, as I say, I'm not here to to spread rumors. Oh,

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bad ideas, these are historical facts on the ground that we have to deal with. So if somebody says and this is a myth, and we believe this all the she has to be so large the tune is so large and shame. You know, we have

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one of the first things I came back from you. I think I came back from Egypt, somebody came to me in Cape Town is on Radio 76 especially came to give me a visit he studied in Egypt as well. I was wondering why came to visit me. He said, You know, I believe that you had a teacher at the mercy of this man knows he called have Hamad hyphenator, who was a teacher, it was my private teachers. What about him, says, you know, that man was a very ardent supporter of the hero of bringing the shears and Sudanese closer to each other. So I said, Well, I didn't know that never spoke to me about it. But the idea was to get sympathy from me for the cause of bringing together the Nazis and the Jews.

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I mean, that's how I see it.

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How can we

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ever

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allows us to be hoodwinked by people who are up to today and openly declare their hatred for people at a normal level? Hata de la,

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Casa de la, people like I Shara de la talana. How can we

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like we cannot be sympathetic to people who claim that there is a prophet who came after the Prophet Mohammed said,

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we cannot. It's impossible

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that we can do this concern ourselves. And you can see this

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kind of historical divide

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being played out today in Syria.

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And it said,

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to see that

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the world

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will say little, and do little when people are killed by mortars and bombs, and helicopter gunships. 100,000 people were killed like that.

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Killed murdered brutally.

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By when 1000 people is killed by

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chemical weapons, the world wants to act.

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It doesn't make sense 100,000 people have already been killed is a difference between killing somebody with a bullet or slitting his throat with a knife and killing him with a with a chemical weapon.

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This is the kind of hypocritical world that we live in.

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And we live in this kind of world because

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we deny the reality of the truth that stays us in the face.

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We want to compromise at everything with everybody.

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Answer the world takes us for a ride democracy. Yes, no. You must have it when you have it.

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ladnier da and Kalia hood cassara hattah

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tabea maletto allows partner says that the Jews and Christians will never be happy with you until you follow along as is Anthony pika machination.

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alesina until you follow all their habits.

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Only then will they be happy with you. They don't want you to become a Christian. No, no, you must stay a Muslim. They want they don't want you to convert. They want you to stay Muslim. But you have to follow all the things that they do. I was sitting there yesterday

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in one of these big malls and I was sitting and looking at the dress of people.

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You know there was a time

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in Cape Town when if you wore your jeans in a particular way you automatically classes as calling

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us calling. If you wore a jeans and a horiba handbook.

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That was absolute sign that you were a scaly they called you a scaly, scaly patches to hang and decent people used the patches to do

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that.

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The waist is our turn that into the fashion.

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Everything that is banned becomes good. And we follow that because

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they set that example to us. And that is what allows harnesses, they will lead you into position by the small things, and we don't even see it and we don't even see it. We didn't even see how the world is changing. Now we follow all these things which we condemned at one time now becomes the mode becomes a fashion becomes the norm.

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And similarly, we open our arms to all the six who come here, to get on with open arms to them, allow them to build centers, boss, all kinds of things. And then 10 1520 years later, we want to cry

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when our children start marrying their children, oh, then his big war amongst the family.

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But when they came here, we all sit around and we're sad and a little sad. All the people who come and say, oh, Mashallah,

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come, please come, sit and eat and Mashallah we will hospital

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until the man says, well now to marry your daughter, sister, brother, but you know,

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what's the problem? You know, you invited me into your home into your magic into your life, you know, you elevated me and made me this great person. And now you reject me.

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Therefore, we need to know the truth. And we need to know what it is. And now, you know, that she has them is not the other side of summit. They're a small fraction

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of the sect.

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That because they have hold of a country called Iran, they have a big voice diplomatically on the TV and in the channels and all that sort of thing. And, of course, that Hezbollah, which has now also been debunked, I mean, the whole scenario is now also changed. So

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I hope that we take heed each of these historical facts for craddle salam aleikum wa rahmatullah