133 – Perspectives on the Paris attacks

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133 Perspectives on the Paris attacks Nov 20, 2015

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allows for hi Natalia says Mina mina regeneron sada forma de la la Fermin Harman Kardon, the woman who may answer the former but de Lucia de la.

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Of course, we've had some

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incidents in the last few weeks that you need to speak about.

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And I call it an incident.

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And we can also refer to it as military, the military maneuvers or attacks took place in Paris. Because when they talk about themselves, they talk about

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precision bombing, and they talk about

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anything if they if they do drop the bombs on us. And civilians were killed, they call it

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whether they call it collateral damage. If we detonate a bomb in the cafes on the streets, or wherever we do it, then it is called murder, bloodshed and killing innocent civilians. And if they do it, it's just for collateral damage. Very nice word. For exactly the same done a million times over we killed 120 days they killed 120,000 of ours, and then they expect us to apologize

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for what we have done. But I've never heard a single apology from him not for the Vietnam War, not for the avant war, not for the Iraq war. None of them is ever apologize for the millions of people they've killed. So today, inshallah we'll speak a little bit for maybe a lot, depending on my third

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about really to put this whole incident into perspective. You must remember also that the people who who the soldiers who

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did this military maneuver in Paris, where people were born in Europe, Europeans are not Arabs from Syria, or Arabs from Palestine or Addison, Saudi Arabia, Arabs from Europe, these young people are people born in Belgium and in France, so they're not foreigners, and we're attacking France, foreigners that came to attack. No, they were indigenous people, people born they speak French to get French citizenship, French passport, and so forth and so on. So it's not some attacks from the edits that came from outside or from Syria, or from Muslims, economic, these are, these are people who are part of the fabric of society, they, and they need to ask themselves, why they own people

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are killing them service, why they own people.

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These are the racial attacks and other religious attacks attacks by French people upon French people.

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That is quite clear.

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Of course, the news gives a completely different slant to it.

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Of course, eco terrorism, the gold bank called in French terrorists, or Belgian terrorists, they call them Islamic terrorists.

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But if those people had a different citizenship, they would have referred to them as Syrian terrorists or Iraqi terrorists for Saudi terrorists. Not a single newspaper will say they were French and Belgian terrorists.

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But I want to relate to you

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a speech which I heard on FedEx, some of you What sets up and look looking at somebody now as a FedEx fan in the back.

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He's looking away but it's actually him.

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Ladies called melons,

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Bart Williams, young lady.

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She gave the following to a very short talk. I'm going to summarize it for you.

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She she's a she's a she's a lady from Sierra Leone. She was born there. She grew up there. She's now a German citizen.

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And she speaks about, she opens it up and he says, You know, I come from the richest country in the world. It's located in the west of Africa. And it's called Sierra Leone.

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And now she starts telling us why she says that that country, we just come out of the Ebola epidemic universe. No, they have about Ebola epidemic. You've seen the pictures on the screen. You've seen the poverty that the people live in. He called it the richest country in the world. And let's see why she says that. She says it

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The first Sub Saharan University, excluding the one it was intended to, which is where she says far from Denmark to Sierra Leone, three towns, the first university in Sub Saharan Africa. So it's not an uneducated, stupid black

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race that lives in the jungle. Secondly, she says

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it. The largest alluvial diamond

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was found in sirillium. It weighed

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just under 1000 carats, which is a big time. To be exact. It weighed about 961 of 62 categories. And this diamond was found in the backyard by an old lady.

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It was found in the backyard by an old lady because we now know that they found a diamond bigger than that in the last two days since I made the research on this in with because diamond found way now. They Botswana. Okay, so what's on us from Sierra Leone.

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Sierra Leone has 20 of the world's most precious metals. 20 of the world's was precious metals. It has an also lately the discovered oil in Sierra Leone. It has Platinum titanium, I know it has the third largest iron ore deposits in the world.

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So that's something the world needs if you can build a car without iron combo, anything major without it. So they have the third largest deposits of iron ore in the world. And the largest in Africa. That Tanzanite

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as an of course is using your cell phone, in your computers. It has bauxite to produce aluminium, it has zinc, it has copper, today is cold.

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It has phosphorus, potassium, salt, granite,

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lead as best as nickel, from which all your coins are made. Of course only in the world, everybody uses nickel to make to make coins.

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So and of course it has to have the world's best foods, it has no organ in rustic, you can imagine a country with 20 of these very rare.

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Minerals should be an is, of course, one of the richest countries in the world because it is a it's under the ground.

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And the waste needs desperately needs these, these minerals. They can't produce a computer or a cell phone without these rare metals that is found mainly in Africa, in Burundi as well in Congo. And we'll come to look at what this means for Africa. And why Africa is not what it what it seems to be.

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So they need all these

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rare metals and metals to power the airplanes. They sell their stealth bombers, the jet airplanes and bombas. their cell phones, their computers, the engines. And of course, Sierra Leone has gold and diamonds like South Africa, like Zimbabwe like to come like the Congo, like many other African states, they have gold and they have diamonds. And these these golden diamonds Of course, offer the rich and famous in the West, to determine the status also to to underpin the currencies and to support the currencies without gold. Of course, currencies are worthless. That's why the American dollar is a useless currency. To know that it's completely useless. It's just worth the paper that

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is the result of toilet paper.

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The American dollar is in fact it's worth it because it's

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not supported by gold. The Americans have taken away the gold standard, they removed the support of gold for the currency until the euro. The Euro is maybe supported mainly by German technology, and German intelligence Otherwise, the greenbacks they come up with, to buy things from Africa is meaningless with us.

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So the one question that Madden says young lady asks, she says, if we are so rich, save me so rich. Why is that she seasick she studied economics at the best universities in the world. Leticia is one question she could never answer is, why is it that 5000

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units of Sierra Leone currencies equal to one euro? Just how sad how is it when European when when Germany has no gold? and few of these raw materials, yet they currency

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compared to European currency is 5000 to one 5000. He says, How do you answer this question? How do you correlate this?

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And he gives an answer. And she says

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aid to Africa is a big thing. The waist makes a big thing about

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the give aid to Africa and it is not for the aid of the west to Africa, Africa.

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We'll dive in the billions in the millions, because Africa is a is a is a starving continent, it is a continent without resources and surfaces and solve song. And this. And of course, the reverse is true, we now know that the reverse must be true that all our minerals are very expensive minerals are going with going to Europe, into America, into China, into India going all over the place. Except,

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and it's not and they don't pay market value for it, they pay what they want to pay for it, you will see why they can pay what they want to pay for it. And of course, all this aid that is coming to Africa

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has a very large PR force behind it. Very big public relations force I'm you know, you look at it, you're you, you know, suddenly you'll see a flash on your TV story about UNICEF, or you'll see about,

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you know, lots of organizations gift of the givers, you know, the exchange billions, the wasting billions in advertising. The fact that Africa is a continent, and needs all the aid and that they can get.

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But it can't be, but why are they doing this?

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Why spend billions on PR campaigns.

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I mean, we also you look at even even if you look at supposedly

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Muslim Arab TV station of Jazeera, if you look at the visuals, when they show Africa, they will never show the central city in any African set, you will never see them showing interacted for South Africa as well. They'll never show the center of Cape Town

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of you from Table Mountain can only show you only the rights, they only show you the squatter camps, they only show you the marches. But when you see visuals of Europe, they always show you the Eiffel Tower, they show you the they show you the vision of America is always the White House. So you must be in all of these nations.

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So this impression that Africa is a is a poor and dying continent serves the purpose of the West. And we say Well done, like she said, to Oxfam, to UNESCO, to UNICEF to the Red Cross, do you have a gift to the givers for flying this train? Because it's a train to business? charity is a business.

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It's a big business. One of the biggest businesses in the world is charity.

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And the biggest business of charities in Africa, because what do you do you work on emotional people. The moment you use the word Syrian refugees to actually use it here, or avanti, refugees or people from from

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Kashmir, or the rohingyas, you set up and you think ah, you know, we must do something about course you have to do something about it. But in Africa, the West has a different agenda because of the resources of Africa.

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So as I said, the dollar is a worthless currency, like the euro.

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I mean, we don't even want to talk about England, they've got absolutely nothing except the pound set printed note paper, they have nothing else. They're a small island with a couple of main streets in London that, you know, that's it, that's what they have for the currency is 20 times our currency, which doesn't make sense.

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Last year, the IMF

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International Monetary Fund reported that six to six

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nations in Africa

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that has the fastest growing economies in the world.

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So this goes against the trend, it doesn't have

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the French Treasury. This is the French government.

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That making the big noise at the moment.

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If I could use swear words in the budget, I would but

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I don't use it in my house. I want it to be much

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French since it's a good one to do the correct distance.

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The phrase Treasury or the Finnish government

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takes from Africa

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every year. Possible the minerals are taken away $500 million

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every single year.

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Since the Second World War, they've been taking $500 billion a year from Africa.

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And this is supposed to be debts that Africa is repaying to the French.

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When they, when they the French route Africa and all the infrastructure money that they put into Africa, they taking it back with interest.

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Supposedly loans which are made remember, they come in and make loans, IMF comes and make loans, the French make loans, the British make loans, those loans don't come for free. They come at a hefty price and a hefty, so $500 billion, the French take that's apart from all the other stuff they steal from Africa,

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called colonial debt.

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Jacques Chirac, as you know, is the expert experimenter. So president of France. He gave an interview about two years ago on the TV, and he said that it is time

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that France admits

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to taking all this money from Africa $500 billion, he says, and he says,

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if it wasn't for this $500 billion

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that they take from the so called poorest continent in the world. France would become a third world country overnight, they would slide into an essay said, well, country overnight, I know it's France has got nothing except a big mouth and the French language.

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And the fact that they eat

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snails

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and frogs. And one wonders why they why they have that kind of diet, maybe they can't afford to eat. In the old days before they will show the colonized Africa, they probably had nothing else to eat, not eat anything and drink French wine and whatever else.

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There is not a joke.

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So

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the President of France himself talks about the position of France in the world. So when these young people

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who did this military attack my called the military attack,

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it's not a it's not a terrorist attack. The big terrorists are France and England, militaries are the terrorists of the world.

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If you look at the colonial history of France,

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not even gonna talk about the modern Western colonial history of France.

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And strangely enough, we've never heard the term Christian terrorist, or the terrorist attacks that happened in Ireland over

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centuries. So many Britons were killed and Irish people were killed, nor those terrorists, they planted bombs. The body wouldn't call that organization.

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Yeah.

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They planted bombs in cafes, they planted bombs in churches, they planted bombs in cars, they killed so many people, but never ever heard the word Christian terrorists.

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So they make this link because remember, in Muslim countries, Muslims also get blown up by other Muslims.

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I mean, they were attacked in Turkey lately. Nobody referred to those people as Muslim terrorists in that context for Islamic terrorists in that context. But

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if something happens in the West suddenly becomes an Islamic terrorist.

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So if we look at the history of France, and the history of France, is a known history. Those young people who did what they did in Paris, was influenced by the history which they had. They were influenced by what happened to them. What happened to their parents and grandparents in the 1830s when France invaded, that was the first time France invaded Algeria. They were ready they already had colonized algae not invaded Algeria, let me give you the reason why they invaded Algeria. In the 1830s. They invaded Algeria because

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the leader

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of the den Algeria at the time, smack the French ambassador with the N fan, he got so angry with him interacting with the N fan, and Trump demanded an apology. And this Muslim leader refused to apologize to France for doing that. And France meaning Dominika and colonized the whole country.

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And

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when

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they made the movie that a former for the name,

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the Freedom Fighters the Mujahideen are locked up.

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When a lot of Rockstar was asked by the French

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Don't you think that's that's violent viewing? Terrible view to detonate bombs in cafes and restaurants and kill innocent civilians.

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With a crude bomb

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To use killing people in the marketplaces and so forth and so on. So, Omar Mukhtar said, We'd be active, you give us your jet fighters, which you use, we won't be using bombs in cafes, if you give us some huge prizes, because that's what you use, give us your jet fighters, you will have an even fight, we will drop bombs and terrorists, and you can drop bombs and see which will win at the end, magnify the equal, but the fight is not equal, all we have is we can only strap a bomb to our waist and death. And it takes the only way we can do it. There's no other way of doing it.

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And transfer gates, probably the most brutal history of all the colonials was with a French, they were the most brutal of all the people who came to Africa.

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And I was listening to,

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to an interview they had with a French ambassador to South Africa. And the opening remarks were that

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they hate our freedoms. That's what they do.

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When they say nothing about the fact that they have the bombing, they've they've done so much harm in the Middle East and all over the world. Now they say, Oh, you know, these, these Islamic terrorists, you know, they don't like freedom. They don't like people to be free. They don't like us to drink wine in our cafes, and have a full as attend a football match. They don't like that kind of feed. What utter rubbish. I mean, what nonsense, and all human beings want freedom. And they know how much total loss of love was, essentially and liberated. He was a freedom fighter. Not only did he bring freedom to the Arabian Peninsula, he taught the warlock freedom meant he taught the world

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that freedom has its limitations. That man can be free but freedom as his limitations and those limitations are not set by men. But those limitations set by God by Allah was Panama.

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The other thing that

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Holland, Holland they are Holland they whatever his name is, when he made his first appearance on TV trace segment, he said, we will

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go after the terrorists

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meaning we will I will put this pitilessly bond the ruins that already the interior?

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I mean, can you get so angry to bomb old buildings I mean, really Now, that's not it and allows all of the speaks about in the Quran, nothing new. I will tell you where Allah refers to this kind of behavior in the hood of Iran. This kind of imbecilic behavior, this kind of animal retributive behavior.

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So Muslims, then I'm gonna feel sorry for the Muslims in the so called West. They're not to live in the shadow of surveillance, of insults.

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of a race, being arrested in in the middle of the night. I mean, France is not suspended its rule of law for three months again, as emergency, they can do whatever they want, they can lock people up, they can without trial, they can do whatever they want. Everything is now carte blanche police in the army is a carte blanche in France to do what to do what they want to do against Muslims. Because Muslims, but there's nothing they can do. They locking the stable door after the horses bolted. There are 5 million Muslims of Algerian descent in flocks, apart from the other two millions, about maybe seven or 8 million Muslims in France. And there's nothing they can do about it. And

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unfortunately for them, the more they're going to go for Muslims and more Muslims. And

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the more Muslims are gonna say, but you know, this is unfair. We're not all responsible for this. France is mainly responsible for what is happening to themselves.

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We come to the vexed question of ISIS.

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Something I think, which maybe most of us have some doubts about, most of us say what we think and what the media says we should say.

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But I want to make a comparison. I'm not going to say that. I can't judge that. That which I don't know much about. I can't judge ISO because all I know is what the waist tells me about it. And I'm sorry, that's good enough for me until I can get information that comes from the sources and from people on the ground. I'm not going to comment on the status or the status of ISIS. I'm not going to condemn.

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I'm not going to say they're good. I'm not going to say that. Because I can't do that connacher judgment, judgment call unless I have all the facts available.

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All I can say is

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that it is the only Muslim force in the world. That is giving the West siding

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is the only 14 Muslim world.

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I haven't seen the West running so scared

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of a movement in the middle of the rocky desert in the grand scale by so

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I had to go

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We have to know why. I don't know why. I don't know why but they are.

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But I want to make a comparison between isole and the summer semi Rouge. I think that's how they pronounce it. The Cambodian

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movement.

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guerrilla movement that started like ISIS, in the Vietnam War in America attacked Vietnam.

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In Cambodia, they started this Cameroon. They were 500 feet, nobody would notice of them.

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And eventually, they grew to become the government of Cambodia. And eventually, it was because of them. And they were ruthless people, they withdrew, they killed hundreds of 1000s of the old people. They were bad people basically.

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But they were the cause of the Americans leaving Vietnam. With wasn't for the rude.

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The Americans would not have left Vietnam, they would have killed more hundreds of 1000s of Vietnamese and I visited Vietnam about three, four years ago, that will tell you Vietnam is still trying to recover from the bombings of American families, they literally dumped like Kissinger said at the time, to use what moves in the air.

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To kill anything that moves on the ground and destroy anything, anything moving in the air, but just throw everything that is moving on the ground, our planes must go there and just destroy it, we must drop as many bonds, b 52 bombers. What's that blue, orange or green, orange, whatever they do, the poison that they destroy is still poisoned in Vietnam.

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And they kill hundreds of 1000s of Vietnamese and Cambodians in that particular war. For what happened after the war. After the war, the camaraderie just a hated group of people, by the own people and others, became the heroes of the war in Vietnam. So today, today's terrorists may be tomorrow's hero, we know Mandela was one of them. So today, ISIS, in the in the eyes of the world, are terrorists in tomorrow they may become our heroes.

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That that is just our history. Word history repeats itself. The ANC was banned. Mandela couldn't visit New York or Washington State, even will became president of South Africa. Because they hadn't removed the the law against Mandela being a terrorist, it was removed the law in Congress imagined in the Congress to declare

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this African Mandela and what happens afterwards, I wanted to embrace him keep his feet

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whenever they want to do to shine with you know, give him awards and whatever else. So the same goes now. So don't be me. Don't take it in all this waste and propaganda. ISIS is a terrorist organization must destroy them. So why should the same as the ANC, you know, they did, they went into, into Rwanda into into what the places name.

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Not Algeria has the same sounding name. I mean, Angola. They went in there with everything they could muster the African army with all the hours that they went in the

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and where the where they are today.

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And that also, that was also an overreaction. That would also become because one bomb went off on Fox station, and they took out the army and bombed Mozambique and they bond wherever is above when, everywhere. Today,

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that very same terrorist organization rules this country.

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And maybe the same can be said of the British had went into America, they've also terrorists when they went to America. And those same terrorists, American terrorists now also sitting in, in the White House ending in Congress,

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France, and we're talking about France. And these are historical facts I'm giving you

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that so I don't need to apologize to anybody. Nor do I have to say, condemn anybody. Because if anybody has to be condemned, France has to be condemned. That's why I get quite angry when some of our leadership go on radio and press statements to say that we condemn.

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They've never ever, why don't we condemn these railings when they kill the Palestinians with the machine guns?

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Why would we condemn the French when they bombed

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Syria like they did. Now we condemn those people when they did that in France. But the very next day they bombed, they bombed Syria, and I said they were bombing the updated buildings, nobody condemn them. There's no shareholder, Alamo president of some organization that says, Oh, we condemn France, but the very day before they said, and when they detonated the bombs in Lebanon, just a few days before that.

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Somebody condemned still think nobody's living take note of those innocent civilians, as they call them, innocent civilians who died for the bomb attacks in Lebanon. So you see, it's all of us. It's all about

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It's all about media hype.

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So the thermal regions like the ANC, like many other terrorist organizations,

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had become the the darlings of the countries today.

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But coming back to France

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there is a Libyan crisis the reason Libyan crisis, France was the first country in fact, France decided unilaterally to go and bombed Libya

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guess how many flights they took over Libya to bomb Libya? Four and a half 1004 and a half 1000 is the document you can go on the internet and check it out for an hour 1000 sorties they call it sources, bombing sorties

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for what

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just bombed Libya, maybe to get the oil maybe to do whatever they want to do the Lebanese selling term of the day because of that. The world said don't France now they went in and they bought Sahaja Yoga said no, we will go in and we I mean, the Lebanese ask for help not for for now 1000 bombs to be to be sorted of airplanes to bomb and this is what transit overkill destroy destruction. But if 120 of their citizens are killed by their own citizens who are born in their country, in the world must suffer for it. Muslims all over the world knows why your own French citizens all those young people are French citizens, killed other friends and I apologize. I never did anything. I'm not

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responsible. My Islam is not responsible Muslim doesn't say you must go and bomb people and kill them in Islam. I I don't have to apologize

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to people. You've done this to the grandfathers and grandmothers. And this is your rightful share of what is happening in the world today.

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Set in the world is in turmoil, my dear brothers and sisters. Yes, we are in turmoil. And something tremendous is happening in the world. And it's gaining a particular kind of shape, which

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we don't know what it is. And something is happening which is going to become universal.

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What is happening now is going to become universal. But I think what came to mind and I want to just go back maybe to Africa we have a problem right Rudy?

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So if you watch the news there's a big problem Burundi that they fearing civil war in Burundi.

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Why Why would

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they just come out of Mexico and Rwanda you know 1000s of people killed by the by the by the Tutsis were killing the Hutus were killing the Tutsis and they seem to have nothing Why would they? Have they have all this work? Where do they get the answer from me they're so poor, you see the images on the TVs

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these people use you look at their roads in town their own army marching on in the in the main street. of Bujumbura with the capitals name is they don't even notice towns like Langley, a couple of shacks on this main road city center. Yet they they have they're going to go for a civil war and who's worried United Nations is worried miracle asked Zuma to go and intervene. And everybody suddenly becomes worried. They do nothing.

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They do absolute zero.

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They can easily go to Syria to bottle me tomorrow, they can bomb and they can go everywhere else. But when they come, why not? You ask yourself why?

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And why? And I want to answer the question about, about about how do they manage? How does the waste manager steal all the resources of Africa? The gold diamonds, the oil? How do they do this?

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What do they do they see stabilize and they destabilize all the rich countries in Africa.

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I'm not saying that they gave us the ANC to destabilize South Africa. But you know, you never know.

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These days it is there is a there is a there is a plan destabilization of all the rich countries in the world.

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in Sierra Leone, it happened

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destabilize the country. They also had a long civil war from 2000 from 1990. I think 2002 somewhere around the late 90s, early 2000s.

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And maybe the Ebola virus it was was a maybe also brought by the Americans so they could go at the back and they accuse everybody else of blood diamonds but they take all the diamonds a little example of Burundi.

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I went on the internet and I googled Burundi. Burundi has the following natural resources. It has nickel, uranium

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oxides, rare earth oxides memory oxides, peat, cobalt, copper platinum, not exploited yet so they have unexploited Platinum resources vanadium they will arable land hydro power

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10 titanium gold

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We'll go 10, tungsten, kaolin, limestone.

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You heard all that. That's what they have.

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What do they export?

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On within now? Well, they would be exporting the uranium and then nickel and oxides and cobalt and copper and platinum isn't it turns out that it is what will be exported uranium we export it.

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Exports

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coffee, tea, sugar, cotton hides it in animal hides.

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I looked at these I looked at myself, not a single one of the raw materials are exported to coffee tea.

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But I look at this look at the countries that they export to and give you some idea of what exactly they export to Belgium.

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There's Belgium a coffee and tea and Heinz. They export to the United States.

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They export to China, they export to

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Italy preserve European countries, they export to black countries as well. So ask yourself the question. And then I looked in Burundi again. In fact, there was a there was a there was a documentary on Burundi on how the zeera currently running, I think still running

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where they were showing you how they have

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the Americans

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Congress passed a law

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that they will not allow

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the Burundians to export the gold, they tend particularly and they re metal oxides, unless the Americans tag that tag to tag that product to say that it's not being produced in an area where there's conflict.

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So bruneian says African export unless Americans comes on board of the Americans do

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they go to an area where there's uranium or whatever, copper or nickel ore

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and the clay piece in that area.

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And then they give a tax to the people in that area and all that stuff is exported to a to the west. So they do so the main export, then

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meaning all the other stuff is being stolen

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or the raumati being stolen. Your official export is cotton, and rice and tea and this as they destabilize the rich countries, and when they destabilize them, they see their own materials. I was in Sierra Leone in the early 80s, when there was was a conference here with the late Sheikh Abu Bakr Naja. And also

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some people from Durban of Madeira was with us. And I mean, I never knew this Moroccan Thai when I was in the 80s.

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It was really wild Africa. It was really, really, really African. I mean, they were nervous.

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And to think that they have such expensive raw materials in that country.

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And now I can see who's been exploiting that, because France has been the main colonialists power, colonial power in West Africa, for a tanea, Mali, Senegal. And so they will Franco French speaking French speaking countries.

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So that is that is the situation with Africa.

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And that is why the struggle that we have

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with the West is not just a Muslim, Western struggle. It is a struggle of the oppressed against the oppressor.

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That is a struggle. It is a struggle, which Mohammed Salim came for, to read the press oppressed from the oppression of the oppressor.

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And we have a duty as Muslims to be at the vanguard of this to be at the forefront of this. To make the world the world aware of this. Yes, we can drop our heads and say, Well, you know, so what, but allows Andres can do question as of their family. Did we speak the truth?

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Did we say what we should have said? Or did we cover?

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What was more important to us? Our first honor the honor of Islam, and the honor of all oppressed people in the world. We need to send them and say but if you don't you respond to me, you know, you're responsible. I mean, they still

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bombing bombing in Afghanistan, in Iraq, in Syria, all over the world, everywhere. their arms are killing other people on a daily basis, the arms they produce, and that's why they fell in this wall. Why do you think Americans were standing back and saying, well, Russia, you go, and we will. Because Saudi Arabia's buying 80 billion last year last year, but at a gun this year side 80 billion $80 billion.

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The Times 15 runs in arms,

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the UAE. Now that $50 billion. What is America safe for you got you are dangerous on your borders, you have to buy arms, you know, and this is the only way America can get money, otherwise the American economy will collapse.

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So

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and one asks oneself the question, one big question to ask myself when oil prices oil prices at its lowest

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in terms of what is happening on the ground that is highest? Because the Iraq war is supposed to be cut off, the Libyan oil fields are down

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all the oil fields in Mosul in Egypt, in the Sinai desert, the old ones that are not producing and it is non production of any commodity, it is no production of any commodity the price goes up.

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That's supposed to be the normal price. But now, the production is lower. Yet the price.

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Sorry, yet the price hasn't gone up. Tech, the price has gone down.

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And what's striking thing is suddenly the other day, I was looking at the visuals of the French bombing Syria.

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And one of the targets of the bond was an oil refinery controlled by ISIS. So I'm thinking to myself that Russia has been bombing Americans been bombing,

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transmit bombing, how can they misses people in the family? How can they never bug I would if I was from Germany, I would first go for the only vineries because a penitentiary ISIS gets the money from but only yesterday day before yesterday and it was a big mess. A big refinery you can see all the big old tankers, like there was a cult axia

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big and massive oil refinery The only bombing and so I asked myself the question Why?

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Why did they stay I mean, they must be in cahoots. The French and the Russians and Americans don't bomb those who are different, we don't mind if it makes money out of it, they must have another agenda. The agenda probably is that they siphon off that or they probably buy the oil from ISIS himself to third parties at a very, very cheap rate. So it serves it serves their purposes. So all these mechanizations are going on, and what do they expect of us we must apologize and we must continue

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along so Hamlet Allah

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and the Quran is a wonderful book.

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We talked about I just talked about Isaiah spoke about honor spoke about self esteem. And I think the first thing ordinary Muslims, when they look at the news, and they say, you know, people have bombed in Paris and so many people have died. And, you know, they suspect it's an ISIS, you know, said that was them and Muslims are such bad people. You know, so, you know, my self esteem is, you know, I go to work and people ask me, you know, and I, I feel ashamed, maybe not I used to wear a scarf, I probably take it off. You know, I shy away from I pick up mo instead of Muhammad, you know, things people people do that kind of thing, you know, but almost Lama says What do you learn as a

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Sunni? What is mininova kyndall Manasa penilaian? Allah so Allah says self esteem and honor belongs to allies, messenger and Muslims, the true believers. One Aki Nelvana 15 Allah Allah for the monastics the hypocrites, they hide, say, Oh, you know, Muslims, if you say Muslims are bad, you mean Islam is bad and when you Mombasa Salam was bad, even allows panelists bed, that is your conception and allows analysis I I am to you, what do you think I am?

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Let's look at the interplay with

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the Quran says. So the hash

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verse 13.

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Allows long talks about war and family. This could very well refer to modern day warfare it could refer to any warfare. The plant speaks circle Harsha Preston allows fantasies, the anthem Ushaped duravit and fees to do ramanamma

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allows laundresses talks to the Muslim and says

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I say to Muslims is the last one and I say to you,

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I reaffirm to you

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that you are stronger than them.

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You are stronger than them

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and others you

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Are you stronger than them?

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These words are so true Allah uses the exact word

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that they use Allah says because of the terror in the hearts

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now uses the whatever philosopher said under Masha Raja problem instead of

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Rabbani asterism. Era producer, the user allows analysis because they're still in their hearts.

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When Allah Allah says, to feel guilty about the theory in the US, Allah, Allah says, The theory in the US I put it, this is Allah.

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Allah says lambda marshadow officially mean Allah.

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When Allah Allah says, This is from me, I could have been

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allowed swag Allah says,

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because there are people now if cohoon Allah says why Allah putera in the hearts because there are people without understanding.

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One would think that you know the French person with a little bit more brains and to talk about go out and just burn blindly. We just drop bombs on people blindly. People had nothing to do with those opening events. Nothing those innocent civilians I called me innocent civilians in Syria must not die because of that allows

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them to understand and the terror the terror they speak speak about the fear that they have it now your party La la la casa Luna come Jamie and hollows founder says la your party Luna come German Allah says they will never fight you together.

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They will never come together and fight you.

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Now your party in LA forum hostility O'Meara he took a last one as well only fight you if they're secure in their cities.

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Allah says they'll only fight you if they're secure in the cities.

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Jakarta ludic, jameelah forum Hassan O'Meara a judo or they will only fight you banned, tall walls, high walls.

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So high wall that is not just built with the kind of I will also have this fixer upper. So allows us to decorate the house.

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I put here in the hearts

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McCarty, Luna comm Jamie and in the forum mahesana, Tim O'Meara, he might assume Unbeknown shoddy

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personal analysis,

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but assume they know who should be. Allah says

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that

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the fear that they have

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amongst themselves is great fear.

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That gracias

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tassa boom Jamia buffalo boom Shaka, Allah says, you Muslims think that they're together.

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You almost instinctively have an alliance, the British, the Americans.

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And of course, Alana is calling for international alliance against ISIS.

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Allah says you think they are together? You're kulu shantala says the hearts disunited

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that different interests mericans have different interests. The Russians have different interests. The English have different interests, French have their own interests. Allah says that company using a united not united, they completely disunited

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that he can be unknown como la yaku. Because there are people without they don't use their brains to get overwhelmed by what is happening in the world.

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And then allow swana talks about the verse which I already quoted before.

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I mean, they're the big plans of what they're going to do now with ISIS and get the big plans for remember the only big plans is that the bouchet for euro for Afghanistan, and all the big plans they had for Iraq, that they were going to bomb they were they the ships were away in the Gulf when they were shooting those big muscles into I think the Tora Tora mountains where they thought

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bin Laden was those bombs could penetrate the mountain and destroy the mountain. They will destroy the mountain is because they knew the riding in the mountains. They said we have got bombs that can go into the mountain and destroy the whole mountain. Hello song talks about it in the Quran. Allah says in Surah Ibrahim

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was 46

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allows pharmacists

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doctor macro macro

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allows pharmacies and they have made their plans

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they plan what you're going to do. You're going to do this and do that. So many feet on the ground etc etc. Why in the law him accrual analysis but I have their plans.

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before they even made the plans. All the plans have been laid out to me

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Exactly what they're going to do is allow quantum

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why in Canada Nakuru

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Lita zula Minho. Chiba

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listen to the foreign

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currency reconsent talk about yesterday I talks about today. Allah says I have the pleasure before they even go to city before even whatever happens in the world, I've got the plans all laid out in front of me Allah says, Allah says, even if the plans macroom involve with azula Big Bang, even if the plans involve the destruction of mountains.

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Allah says even if the plans involve the destruction of mountains, which

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bombs can destroy non

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allies aware of.

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So what well for us returned to us our exact two things.

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I mean, you look,

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the Muslims in the time of India Salam salaallah alayhi wa sallam, they were minority.

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They couldn't read or write. They were in rich.

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But they became the leaders of the world.

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So shepherds looked after camels and she became the leaders of the world.

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And the world saw Chavez when the year about Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, when the Arab of the early Muslims

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and why did allow us to raise into that level of of of Eman.

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What made in the leaders of the world.

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That unlimited nation.

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I mean, when professors came to Medina, they were 500 in a population of 10,000 people 500 they were in them. They were minority. They were living in a non Muslim country, as we may call it.

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Machines weren't the numbers origin.

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Yet they made him the leader and they subjected himself to the laws of the Quran.

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To two things we need to do. Two things that will guarantee for us our reason back our honor. First is our email.

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Supported by good deeds, supported by the truth, support by the supported by the sooner

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we must not forget nakoda the only two verses in the Quran that speaks directly to today.

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What about all the other verses fixable today?

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Maybe when enough Eman and enough taco are enough inside a lasagna would have given us shown us in the Quran where to look for the future plans. We don't have because why we don't look at the photo. Only look at the K times.

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And the Time magazine and Newsweek magazine and Al Jazeera and BBC This is where we get everything from

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email first and second one to that will retain and maintain the HTML on your own world do not press what is jihad.

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Jihad do not think

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that you will remain until the day of judgment. Why? Because there will always be people will be oppressed until the day of judgment. And it's the duty of other people, particularly the Muslims to read the world of oppression

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surge of

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so when you

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look at

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whatever the refugees that are in the care of our last panel,

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thought about the marches in Syria and Lebanon and Iraq and in Yemen. And in Kashmir. They engender the martyrs, a lot of optimism. And then Ember, as I said before, Islam has gone through worse times in this time.

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There were no there were no worst enemies, and murderers and Congress of the Muslim world then the thinking just caught the Mongols and the tortoise who came from this from north from Northern part from Europe.

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And of course, the Crusades. We've gone through that. And a lot of times always given us victory there. Because victory belongs to the Muslims.

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victory belongs to the Muslims.

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does Allah

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so don't lose heart and always speak the truth.

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Don't drop your head stand as a Muslim.

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If you know the truth, you should speak the truth.

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Don't apologize if you don't have to.

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Apologize.

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If you see something, doing something to somebody you must continue says that person is wrong shouldn't do that.

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But it's a balance in life

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is to think that when you come into the front if you go to a court of law they will

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Listen to both sides of the story before the judge gives a judgement in itself.

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How can we only can we give judgment only listen to one part of the story? Oh, the French have been 2152. So you know we can do? What about the other side of the story? Have we interviewed the families of those brothers who did the job? Did you ask him why those young people didn't know. But we sit in our hallowed offices and what our job is, and whatever we ask, and we say, you know, we mustn't do it, you know, we, you know, we don't do things like that. What am I going to say?

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How can you just contain one sentence I'm feeling

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so deserving to do so yourself? You should say, we don't know the true situation.

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Unless and until we know the true situation, then we can say what we want to say. Then we can make an informed

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decision. And that's why I admire for it is for the statement you make. Why should we apologize for for watching, we apologize. He was killing millions of our people with kill and 20 of us.

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I mean, Obama said when he made nothing, yeah, now what did he say? his opening statement was

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we stand with Israel

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against these unwarranted attacks on innocent Israelis.

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The one guy's got a gun, and an army. The other one only has a knife and stones. But we don't talk about that.

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Talk about your press.

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And don't be afraid to use the term jihad. Why was your first lesson

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there wasn't a fight they call by another name. But a cell wall just because we use the word jihad. No, no, no.

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They use the word war and bombing and and all whatever they do, then it's fine. It's okay.

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Nothing is okay.

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So now last Sunday given Sharla that

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we believe strongly in our faith, we put our trust in a loss counselor.

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We're Mallanna tawakkol Allah Allah

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wa Milan, Allah samosas and what is it,

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that you should not put your trust in a loss function

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when he has guided you, to Islam, which you trust in your loss. So that allows hunger,

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we pray for peace in the world.

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We really pray for peace in the world. I mean, it's really sad to see the refugees coming from from all parts of the world from the Muslim world.

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But if you look at the causes of these problems, it's all caused by the West. So all caused by the Iraq. Iraq didn't if they didn't go into Iraq, they would live in peace in a part of the world. Complete absolute peace. That's where it started southern Afghanistan, in Iraq, and Iraq had nothing to do with 911.

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Nothing to do with 911 they had no more weapons of mass destruction, all based on the life.

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The Saudis were responsible for 911 every single bomber Saudi passport that flatters Of course,

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but they bombed blah, blah, nice.

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Because it was very bad friends. You must be aware of this. Fallout Allah Allah salamati Kumar.