Faaik Gamieldien – 130 – Following the Companions – Guaranteed road to Paradise

Faaik Gamieldien
AI: Summary © The segment discusses the loss of two brothers in a family and the importance of listening to words and actions to achieve success. The success of Islam is discussed, including deeds related to man-made objects and the importance of understanding the meaning of "outcome." The importance of finding the right path to achieving a path to the soul is emphasized, along with the success of Islam in stopping the spread of evil and finding success in various fields. The history of Islam is also discussed, including the importance of protecting against attacks and the success of Islam in achieving goals.
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hamdulillah hamdulillah informado who want to start a new one a few who are going to be here on a tawakkol la?

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When I will be learning in Cerulean fusina amin sejahtera Marina Maja de la philomel de la la Who am I you do follow her de la? Wanna Chateau La la la la la la sharika wanna shadow Mohammed Abdullah who are a solo salvaterra behavour sallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was heavy woman died without what he you know, we didn't abide beloved brothers and sisters in Islam assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Allows Mahabharata Allah says in the Quran, Mohammed and Rasulullah were Latina ma Hua Shi Tao Allah spoofery Rama albina home, Torah homebrew con su j de una problema de la hora de Juana see my home fee buoy him mean after his suit.

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This week, we lost two brothers.

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One brother stayed here next to the masjid by the mud.

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The other brother stayed in the area brother Suleiman

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both very young for the time in which they left, last one took them away from us.

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But what do we live with when people pass away?

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When people pass away, we think about them and we think about them

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in terms of the way that we knew them.

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And when we think about them, and we think the good

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of them and the good that they were,

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then those swords automatically turn into the law

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and allow follow accepts it and allows funnel grants a reward to the deceased.

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Ahmed, the name of the masjid

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and it's not by chance that you become the name of the masjid.

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I believe the neighbors of the magic are chosen by our last panel time.

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Just like the Sahaba of the Nabi sallallahu Sallam was chosen

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and gifted to be the companion set stone with him

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in order to establish Islam as universal faith.

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And brother Suleiman was a man who

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was here, every Ramadan made actigraph.

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And I have two last thoughts of both of them. The one is that brother Ahmed, who stayed next to the masjid, the name of the masjid,

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I remember him sitting with the brothers sitting there with a blue

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shirt. He said right there last week on Wednesday.

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And I remember him, so clearly sat voice came with his book, and he sat there and this is the memory that I have of a music, he was a person who loved knowledge, he loved to learn. And he loved to be in the, in the lectures and listening and asking questions, and was very knowledgeable person.

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And rather, Sulaiman was a very

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quiet person.

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always have a smile on his face.

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And I must tell you this, I know it may be sound embarrassing to me, but I must say this to you.

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The last time I saw him was on the day of need.

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And then read I spoke about love.

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If you remember.

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he you know, a lot of people are in imaginary than lots. Everybody wants to make salame. So I'm the last person who leaves the marriage normally on the day of aid.

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But this he that was in the last three that he was waiting for me at the pillar where the gentleman is sitting on the chair, the brothers sitting, and he stood there.

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And I thought, well, you know, we got a big slab of it for me today.

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And he said, then I went over to him and I say to him marry Mubarak. And he said the evil Barak and we brace each other any any and he looked me in the face and he says, Jeff, I love you.

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And you know that that was the last

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obviously the hook by affected him and did something to him.

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And that was that was the that was the kind of person that we lost. We lose all the good people and people like me stay behind. So panel, but what he tells us is that

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it's always too late once you did, so it's too late. You have to do it while you're alive. You have to be good. You can't. There are things which you can't delay in life. You can't say well, you know, I've got a problem with my brother but you

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Also out on Sunday at the waiting after the Nika

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Oh, I want to say something to somebody and I'm going to wait, you know till it's his birthday and then I'll tell you what the nice guy is.

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The time for Gemini is now.

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And when you look at these two brothers, I have no doubt in my mind that allows pottery mersive to them and ask Allah to grant him the germination.

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And that is what we're going to talk about today is about

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what is success?

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What is the ultimate success?

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Of all successes that we have? What is the ultimate success? The other method says is expressed by our last pilot that in

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some absorbs the hard enough.

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And we hear this every time we people recycle, clean, intimate, absorbs the hard enough, work very well the hidden agenda.

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Allah says it's so beautiful, it's awkward for us. But

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the last part of the sentence says he is he has succeeded, because he has succeeded. Who has exceeded

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the beginning of the verses from observe zahavi naru the hidden agenda for

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the person

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who is say from Johanna mangoes to Jana was

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the person who enters paradise he has attained

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the pinnacle of success that is all of success is to attention.

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There is no more success before they do after that there is success. So all our strivings in what we do and the reason that we are early in the marriage is to listen to the words of our last founder and intellectual is nothing but

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a step closer to that success with his gender.

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And allows for hunter describes the size of the gender agenda to outdoor savato gender

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whose extent will be the extent of the heavens and the earth.

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And for Who is this gender

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and these words are always used by our laws. Finally, we talks about Jennifer who is Jenna who will attention

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I know a lot of what we know allows honors is limited in agenda to 13.

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The agenda is for the 13

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for the people who have Taqwa.

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And we know a new note. I know in the month of Ramadan, we really speak a lot about taqwa.

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And we say a lot about the horn. We have a lot of definitions for taco.

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But what is that definition of taqwa that will take us to paradise.

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We need to memorize that definition of

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there is taqwa when you go on Hajj. There is taqwa when you want to sin and you see a loved one is looking at you and you refuse

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to commit that sin that is also fear of a loss.

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But what is that for that will take us over the erotic into general because that is the ultimate success.

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Also analysis of Allah tala mana Summa ofI Allah whom

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men karate iron jezza McCann yamalube

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Allah to Allah describes the single quality that we must have in order to attain gender. Allah says Allah tala munaf Summa fear Allah whom in karate iron, Allah says and no person

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the secrets that allows mountain has prepared for him in general.

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through what Pima County we are going

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through what he had done his deeds in the dunya what he had done in the dunya

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McCann Ria maluna ama

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ama means these in motion things that you do in motion,

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things that you do for others, things that you do to restore the balance in nature, in society in your family.

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But what kind of our what is our what is our motto? What is deeds? What is it? How do we define a deed in Islam? a deed is the translation of your Eman into action.

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That is taco. Taco is when what is he mere comes out in your mouth, in your sight in your doing in your hands.

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You're working that is taco taco is nothing but the translation of your Eman into the actions of good

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in other words if you're a man is not translated into any American then use

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if you just say La la la la say Mashallah you know, the chef said if you say La La La

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Nina, you must translate

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the man into action and that equation is called equal to taqwa

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the Navy Salalah Salam says

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and that taqwa that translation of Eman interaction

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as its beautiful consequences inshallah for all of us insha Allah May Allah grant all of us generation

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and our parents and whoever has passed away for us, our friends and our enemies all of them inshallah.

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Then evisa salaam says that

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mo do Sultan Phil Jenna Hey Illumina Daniela mafia.

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Very short Hadith in Bukhari, at least narrated in Buhari by sack aside it says an episode Salam says mo they're also twinfield genasi Rahman Antonio mafia

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he says one square meter of Jana

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is more precious than the whole world and if it contains

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you know what this world contains, you know, Kevin Spacey in this world isn't it

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the all of the Garden Route is part of this world in

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Paris is part of the New York is part of this world. London is part of Dubai as part of this world. I'm just mentioning that the good the nice looking cities.

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Now Mr. ceram says one square meter of generous more precious Not only that, but the whole world including Bill Gates and everybody else in all the billions and billions of dollars which the mayor

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but it is another Hadith

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which is exactly the same as this Heidi, but it talks about something of the dunya levy sasaram says

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rakatan Jacobian surgery Hey Romina Daniela mafia

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So, the first thing is what

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square meter is better than what square meter of way is better than the whole world

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of gentleman. The other hand he says, to order a cause you perform before the salado further is also better than the old world in whatever it contains.

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When you make it at home, in the masjid, in the street wherever you make

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so how can we still have it exactly has the same wording at the end one is about gender other one is about to rock as before Pfizer

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my interpretation is that Allah forgive me if I'm wrong

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that every time you perform Salah to the Father and He performed the two records before so little further Imagine if the if the two records before salado fudger is equal to the dounia and everything it contains, then what is the equivalent of Serato fudger itself which is the fault

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so my interpretation is that every time you make two records before further

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you're by yourself one square meeting the gentleman

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and once we meet in the agenda doesn't mean a square meter, it means a portion of jump because remember the agenda

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of the journal is equal to the size of the heavens in the earth. And we know the size of the evidence in the earth is in measurable in measurable.

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these are this

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one may say the short routes to gender

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because we you know you see the person there in front of you is lying on his back on the cattle in the swamp. I saw him last week. I saw him yesterday. You know, his wife saw him this morning, and he's gone.

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He's not gonna see another fella himself. He's gonna he's gone is gone forever. That's it. That's the end that's that's the last that's normal, normal, solid, normal, nothing would ever done Mashallah. We'll go with him in Sharla to the cover and to accidental loss.

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So the next question we ask ourselves is

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where do we learn this road to Jana?

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where's the best place to learn the road to jump?

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From the ship no from your molana Lima

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they themselves

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have to please allow for tarantella and take the road

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for themselves

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in order for them to be able to explain it to others.

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So what is the road to john? How do we get to the artists with where do we get the where do we get the gasoline for this road and the directions and the GPS coordinates

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in order to reach the destination

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Abdullah road

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and I've given this lecture on Wednesday evening, Abdullah minimus rhodora de la Turan

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was one day addressing the tabular in

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navicent salam said,

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the base time the base age.

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hydrocodone cudney evisa Sallam said, the base age is my age,

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my time in which I live. In other words, the best time that ever existed

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is the time of the obese or solemn 23 years is

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him and his companions this time. There's no better time in the history of the world than that time. So Mel Levine, Ilona home tamala Dino Luna,

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then the next generation called the Tabby aim, that means to follow that there It means those who follow the Sahaba those who serve as a ha Baba did not meet Mohamed Salah la Sol to Medina, Unum then the generation after them.

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There is a generation of nomadic and all the other debate that they even call them who was meant to offer them on the member.

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So Abdullah, was addressing the taboo in meaning the generation after the generation of the Nabi sallallahu sallam.

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This generation with us I have one other hobby they made was Abdullah University then you know, Abdullah Rudy's very famous a hobby one of the great Sahaba masala he was addressing them giving a lecture to them talking to them.

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And in this particular lecture, what did he say to save mankind was stanlon

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fell yes 10

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women admit

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he said those of you seek a path

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you seek apart anybody seeking apart

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today we have so many paths we have secured a Sophie's

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we have

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modern day spiritualists in everything.

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We have so many people all of them are doing what all of them are doing one thing they seeking a path to a loss punter rightly or wrongly by seeking upon

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the charismatic churches with a clap hands and have bands and sing and dance.

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It's all about seeking a path to the soul. Basically, people want to seek a path to the soul.

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They want to find out what is it that makes them tick spiritually.

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We have it of course all in the Quran and Sunnah.

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And in Ibiza Salaam and in the Sahaba we have at all we don't find we don't look for it there but it is there. We look for it outside of that of those parameters, but it is there it's all there. No one else know how to be found us to be found.

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So up to lughnasadh said,

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If you seek a path to Allah folia Stan Beeman udmurt then seek a path

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from those who have passed away

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to seek a path from those who have passed away. Those are gone, left here died.

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What did he mean by this?

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He meant

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the Sahaba of the Nabi sallallahu Sallam

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and why did he refer to them?

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Because if we look at these words, these, what do we know? What do we what do we learn? We learn that the Sahaba were passed away.

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That passed all the tests and they died and they go into general. They pass all the tests because they go

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and of course there are the top 10 amongst them.

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As I said on Wednesday night, this is not the top 10

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that we on the radio will see on the TV. This is the top 10 then Ibiza Salaam

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made beshara of

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Alok Sharma, Bashara the 10 Ibiza Salaam said to them in the dunya Yogi digenova Subhana Allah.

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you're given the glad tidings

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of Jana while you looking in the face of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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An example I gave on Wednesday night was example of tall high Ave Obaidullah.

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Tom, obey the law defended, defended the Navy salatu salam at the Battle of boyhood when the Navy was in grave danger of losing his life.

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And when

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he had successfully defended the Navy, so a lot of salami had more than 70 stab wounds in his body.

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But he was still alive live long after that. And then IV saw Salaam says about him.

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That if you want to see a Shaheed walking on the surface of the dune and then look at tala Ebony Obaidullah

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is the only shade who in the province declare child even while he was still alive.

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So after it talks about this habit, he says you have to follow a path agenda. Those are people really in general.

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follow their path. Simple advice, the best advice, I can follow the reverse supanova.

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So why why was the Sahaba? Why them? Why do we say follow them?

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Why didn't they say follow? Great people come in every generation, good people come in every generation. But you see when a person is alive, me and you neither all of us, we don't know whether we're still gonna pass the tests that allows for how Intel is gonna impose on us before we die.

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You and I would only know that once we did,

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because the nervous system said

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it will be that a person will arise in the morning as a movement and die in the evening is a caffeine.

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And some people will go to bed as caffeine and they wake up as a movement.

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So we don't even know what will happen between morning and sunset.

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But we definitely know when the person is passed on. And we definitely know that the Sahaba when they're forced on Vega indigena.

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So Pamela,

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so when we want to look for a path to follow, we should find a Sahabi or the Sahaba and take from their lives and say, These people have been successful. I mean, if you're a businessman,

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in a particular profession, or you want to learn a particular profession, or you want to send your son or daughter to university, what do you do? You say, Well, so and so as got the same profession, and he's very successful. In Sharla, may you also be very successful if you do this, or you're a businessman and somebody comes and you want to start a business and say, well that brother's got that bit and he's very successful. Mashallah, I'm going to do the same business in sha Allah, but we also succeed. So, similarly, if we want to be successful in reaching the Cathars the ultimate success, then we should follow those who have been successful in reaching

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you follow those who have already been successful completely, absolutely, without any doubt.

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The Shahada bother and people who say I was with a visa Salamat Arturo Diwan it for the visa and it offered and attended so many so many that is havalim Salatu was

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why this habit number two

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Allah last 100% Mohammed Salah Salam and he said that he saw Salim said there will be no prophet after me. There are profits off the every single profit of the 124,000 prophets of Allah sin, every single province that a person who followed him except one Mohammed sal Allahu Allah.

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Allah would have said more provinces who really now today, we really need another prophet today but unfortunately

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moussaka Marisa and after a second Mohamed Salah minutes. Why are you prophets

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because a lot of how to Tara chosen the Sahaba

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And he knew that they faith will be so much that they will be able to carry this dunya from the time of Muhammad until the end of time.

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They are chosen, absolutely chose.

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They were chosen because

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and you must remember where they were chosen from.

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They were chosen from literally the sands of the desert.

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They could neither read nor write.

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Most of the Sahaba at the time of Makkah, were very, very, very, very poor. A lot of them were slaves, some of them were rich, but most of them were poor.

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schooling was not there. So the Sahaba that came from that part of the world.

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The companions were pure except for the fact that some of them worshipped idols, that was all they had otherwise.

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That no none of the contractions of the dunya

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so Allah chose them.

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And they laid the foundation for what we see around us today the massage you myself, that though he that we have, and that's why we find when we read the essence of innovation,

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when we read the history of innovation of beta,

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you will find that not a single bidder was started 19 meccanoid Medina

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every single of the innovations that we have amongst us, and that we see in the world was started in other parts of the of the Muslim world.

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Whether it was Shamu in Iraq, or in Iran or Egypt or North Africa, it came from countries other than McCann, Medina because Makkah and Medina held the purity of Islam, and adulterated by

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Roman civilization, Persian civilization,

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Greek philosophy that none of that

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later generations

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who came to know the Koran first had to be cleansed and purified.

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From all the

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cultures that they practice before they make the poorer but not the Sahaba. Their hearts were pure, the heart to clean the heart received this Koran and the hearts in the heart We embedded the character of Mohammed Salah

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that through taqwa, they translated the man into action. That is, as I said in the beginning, that is the true taco of this haba elohiym of Salatu was Salam.

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The second quality of the Sahaba was that they will not superficial people.

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They will not people who,

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whose Islam

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was outside of themselves.

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I mean, we know

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of all the books of this haba there's not one that speaks about the dress, for example.

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We talk about the JC Bahama sauce elements, but not the Sahaba wasn't important for them. That this they were like this in the world tunic or the war. There's a war there today with war this kind of this or don't.

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The only thing we read about the Sahaba was how they meticulously followed the actions of the navy seal on Mars. That was appealing.

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And we learn from the Sahaba ra ma salatu salam

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I mean today we have all the the outside critics of Islam

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everything that says that lady is a Muslim. That man is a Muslim.

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Then the Sahaba has knowledge that Abdullah so tell the tabea in his speech to them.

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Lo amok

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amaco they were their depth of knowledge.

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They had what? That depth of knowledge?

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And what is the difference between depth of knowledge and a lot of knowledge?

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What does he mean when he says there's a harbor depth of knowledge, it meant they were the only people who are present when revelation came to the Navy salsa.

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They were the people who were present within ambi recited the Hadith, or gave the Hadith or gave the the Seahawk or gave the explanation of the Quran. They were physically praised and I listened to the voice of Bahamas colossal

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numbers, they're the depth of knowledge.

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They had what nobody else could ever get, no matter how long they lived.

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We know of course that

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in terms of Hadeeth

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there was no one who knew more honey than Mr. McCarney. He knew all the honey that all the Sahaba knew.

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So obviously, he knew more Hadees and then the Sahaba at once a hobby, then Mojave, then Amara that aboubaker that.

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He had calculated a

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great amount of knowledge. And so the full amount Shafi, Abu hanifa

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Malik, they had all the knowledge of jurisprudence.

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they encompass all the knowledge and never taught them towards the top and is a hub. But what didn't they have? They didn't have the depths of the Sahaba

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to learn it straight at the feet from the feet of the master Muhammad Sallallahu eleison.

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So they're very simple lives and they lived a very simple Deen only that which was given to them by Mohammed Salah if Mohammed sallallahu wasallam said Abdullah did not do it. They didn't do it. If Mohammed Salah wasallam said do it, they did it. If Muhammad wa salam did and didn't tell him to do it, they will do it. For dessert is example. That was the life

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how when the actor romola they were the people whom Allah says Abdullah Arbus, that allows publishers, they were the people of success, people who reached

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and I told you this before that the Chief Rabbi of

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of England,

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very bright scholar, by the way,

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rabbis, a very bright scholars in their own faith.

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And one of the things that

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rabbis study very intensely and very deeply is the is the religion of Islam because we very closely connected, especially the relationship between them and the Navy Salam at the time of Medina.

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The chief rabbi after he after he retired,

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Bernstein's snake

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given a speech

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concerning the crisis in the Middle East.

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And there is a crisis in the Middle East.

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It is not the first crisis in the Middle East and it will not be the last crisis in the Middle East,

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Islam and Muslims

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in the Arabian Peninsula and beyond.

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I'd experienced crises like this over and over.

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Either internal battles between Muslim and Muslim

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or external battles, external attacks from outside

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like the Mongols

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and many other nations who came to Baghdad was destroyed as we know.

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All the libraries of Baghdad were destroyed.

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Sham was destroyed by the Romans. Palestine was taken by the Crusaders.

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Muslim blood flowed knee deep in Palestine when the Crusaders came chopped off every head of every single Muslim in Palestine.

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So what we gained through now is

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the same kind of tests which are lost are given to the Muslims for us.

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And it will be Allah prevented but Israel has a knack of repeating itself. So if

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faced these challenges before.

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And every time we faced a challenge we came out Subhan Allah

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victors and victorious and much stronger than we were before the crisis.

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So don't despair.

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In what we see in the world, it's all part of Allah's great plan

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for the hegemony of Islam eventually.

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I mean, a part of the regime and a part of the positivity of this struggle, of course, are the all the refugees that's going to Europe.

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There is a divine purpose in that.

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So there's a divine purpose in what's happening in Palestine now.

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They say, you know, before our last counter destroys a nation, it makes them crazy, makes him mad.

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And you can see that Netanyahu Netanyahu now is going slowly off his rocker is now blaming the Mufti of Jerusalem over having started the Holocaust in

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in the Second World War in Germany, and shame for Merkel to come and defend

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the Holocaust cost to say, No, we Germans are responsible, you can't blame?

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What does it tell us? What does that kind of segment say to us? It says to us, if they have nothing more,

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they have reached the end of the road,

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to convince people that they are right, or whatever it is.

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So the chief rabbi, he makes a speech to the to throw some light on his understanding of the Middle East. And he said,

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he said that God sent Moses, the prophet of the Jews.

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And he says, If you read the Torah, you will find that Moses was

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unsuccessful in his mission on the in this world. It is remember, he's speaking from the point of view of a Jew.

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So he says, If you read the Torah, Moses was singularly ineffective and unsuccessful in his mission, that God sent him to the world, which is what, which was to take the Jews to the promised land.

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He said, Moses never reached the promised land.

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Now, you know, if you come out of Egypt, and you turn the right, you cross the Suez Canal is in the Red Sea. So this Juhi made a jade Benson he made a joke, he said,

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instead of turning right, Moses went north. If he I turned the right we would have had all the oil today.

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He would have landed in Saudi Arabia.

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But Moses decided he was going to go north. And unfortunately, before he reached Palestine, he died. So he says, in terms of mission accomplished,

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mission accomplished for Moses Mossad is of course we don't believe like that. We believe that all the prophets of Allah, Allah was successful. Allah knew when the mission was going to end anything that we would have loved our business to love at least 10 years more, isn't it? But our last one that the community that he was, and he said Jesus.

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He says if you read the Bible,

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he was also in terms of the Bible, mostly extremely unsuccessful in his mission. First of all, his own people, these Jews never became Christians. even up to today, they don't want to become Christian. They'd rather die as Jewish. One by one, they die often they become smaller and smaller and smaller, but they don't want to accept the religion of the Prophet which are laws or the rights into them. Moosa was

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on the van Israel.

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And of course, he says,

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to the dismay of the Christian, not only was he unsuccessful, but they also crucified Him.

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Of course, we know in terms of operand that he was not crucified well, Nakata, aloo masala boo. What are some others very clear, Allah says they didn't kill him, nor did they crucify him, but it seemed to them as if they did it. And there's a whole long story back. So he says.

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So both Moses he says and Jesus Allah Hema salatu salam in terms of his interpretation, the Chief Rabbi of England was both unsuccessful.

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But he says look at the history of Muhammad sallahu wa sallam he says, let's look at the history of Mohammed Salah larussa he says the war the 124,000 I say on the 24th It doesn't say that. That Allah sent to the world Bahamas mission was the most successful.

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He reached all the goals that were sent to him by his Lord Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Before he died out of the Arabian Peninsula was Muslim

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Subhanallah that was his that was the ultimate goal. And that is the greatest success of a person who wants to convert others to his faith. Success is that he did it.

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And they leave behind an army of Sahaba that took this message to the four corners of the earth, which neither moon Moses or Moosa, nor is ahead.

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Only Muhammad Hassan was so successful,

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that his followers spread this deed throughout the four corners of this.

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So what is this what what does he want to say? What What is he saying? What is the Chief Rabbi of English he saying that do not underestimate the fact that this messenger Muhammad Salaam was born to be successful, and so it's almost born to be successful?

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He is telling the world do not look at the Middle East and think that those Muslims, they are being destroyed and you are killing them. And you are successful. He says, No.

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They did the same to the followers of Muhammad salam, they made war after war after war, to eliminate the mother and then handed and her name and so many other wars every time they came with a bigger army and a bigger army and the bigger army. I mean, today we have we first had the we first had the the Americans and then came the

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army from Lebanon, what is the name? Hezbollah, and then came the Iranians and now the Russians are there. And the coalition the Germans and the English and the Australians, they all came and stronger and strong and now they're withdrawing candidates now said look, we can't anymore You know, we've been bombing these people but somehow they still come out of the old thing. Somehow they still alive You know, some ISIS is stalled in ISIS giving us beans and now ISIS has killed one American children if you kill one American children, like North America will die tomorrow.

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Because they can't stand it. They want to do everything to prevent they want to fight but he doesn't die. Whereas Muslims is what they can't understand about as we just want to die. We reasonably the opposite of the old world. The guy goes in he says, Allahu Akbar and any any and somehow so the chief rabbi says number giving you a lecture by the cheaper I'm saying what he's saying is that success lies in the hands of a loss

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and success lies in the hands of those in whose hands are not given the success until the dfcm

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so we should not as an oma

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move away

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from the status which been given to us

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what is the status given to us all mutton was

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omitted was

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not the normal meaning of the word wassup in English in English is middle

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if we say was to Medina, we mean the middle of the city

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but all the movers your own people who interpret the Quran and people of

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linguists the Arabic language say that was aka doesn't mean the middle oma.

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It means the Omar who has been chosen to establish justice idol

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and the best oma

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not the middle room, because we're not alone. A middle mouse says,

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I'm not going to fight. And I'm not gonna do anything. I'm just gonna walk the middle path.

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Now this is Ella Masada middle prophet. He was a prophet. He was a prophet of justice.

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He was a prophet of war. He was a prophet of peace.

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He was everything.

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But ultimately, he was a prophet of justice.

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And His justice was who was taught to him by our laws.

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And it is that justice that was implanted in the hearts of the companions in the desert justice that was brought down to us

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give you a decent example of the justice to distract is when a homeless person when Barnaby Salah conquered Makkah, he said to say gnarly, I want to pray inside the Kaaba, bring me the key of the Kaaba

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socialities. Well, we don't have the key of the Kaaba is not no Muslim as the key of the Kaaba. The key of the Kaaba is by idol worship. We as the key of the cup, there is a certain said

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contrast the key from him.

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Such an event I

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think his name was talhah.

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Nobody know his name, his name.

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So I leave it goes to tell her this is a law professor solemate sent me.

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You must give me the key of the Kaaba Mr. seller, Mr. Maxwell I said the cop

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said Who is this? Who is this man Mohammed? Who is he? I don't I don't know why he says he's the Prophet of Allah says what I don't believe is the Prophet of Allah. I I don't. I have no business with him. And this key is my key. It's been in my family. Since generations. We've had the skin I'm not going to give it to you.

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You know, Sonali is older from Melissa olicity. Excuse me, sir.

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But you know, I can't leave until I have that key.

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If you don't give me the cabinet, kill you and take the key.

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Because they just, you know, they just conquered market system. It was full of verbs, you know, full of them, you know?

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So he said, Yeah, I'm killing, take the key. And that's it. And, of

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course, in the alley control himself, and he gave him a couple of snacks and so forth. And he pulled him around a bit. And he took the key by force, and he

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took it to the Navy system.

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So when he gave the key to the Navy as a solid Navy solid, he still did research on the story.

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He said, I came to tell her and tell her I didn't want to give me the keys. He doesn't believe in you. And you're not he's baysinger. And he, the key is this.

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So now Visa Services in what he do. He said, Well, I said, I'm gonna kill him, but I just beat him up a little bit. And I took the key from him.

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So then I be smart.

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And then if we say too early, you know, allows founder just revealed a verse of the Quran to me.

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In the verse of the Quran, says Abdul amanatullah Allah, Allah say to me,

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to tell you that you should return the Amana to the people to whom he belongs, that key belongs to him.

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It's an Amana. It's a choice which is given to him and down from generation to generation. I'm not going to unlock this door. Go and take the key back to him. Allah revealed the verse. Allah has commanded us to be just even in victory. Subhan Allah, the greatest victory that hamaca conquest of Mk. Allah took the key with his head between his tail between the tea whatever is there between his legs? He went and he said to tell her

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Sorry, man, Yes, okay. That was it. What What is this? You wanted to kill me? Just a few minutes ago, you're gonna kill me. He said, You know what? So pero la, a verse was revealed in the Quran about you, which will be read by Muslims until the end of time. I don't think I will be able to get that reward. He said, Really, CCS. God revealed reverse about you which we place in the Quran and read by all Muslims until the end of time. He said I said, Oh Allah, Allah, Allah Allah.

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That is how does a harbor conquer the world.

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That is how we will conquer the world, if we adjust truthful and treat people with equality, and in this particular case, if a trust has been given, that we care about the trust and care in the trust as Allah, Allah wants.

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So what is the message of this football? That the biggest success the greatest success is Zeus he had in his pocket first. He has been

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free made free from janome and given Janda that is success, because Allah says versus packet first 1000 is finished access is complete. And we will get to success.

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Abdullah Agnus, who tells that I've been the success lies in following the example of those who had passed away meaning the Sahaba and who have the Sahaba should we look at first,

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the top 10

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The 10 was given beshara Good News of Jenna while they were still alive. So May Allah Allah guide us back to the lives and the times and the example of Muhammad sallahu wa sallam any Sahaba Alta Allah ilevel salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah

130 Following the Companions – Guaranteed road to Paradise 23 Oct 2015

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