Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 26

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 26_ Lut Part 1 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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humbler Blumenau salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala he was I was nine.

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This is a session that's going to be four series session on booth la salatu salam and I need to say a few things before we go into it. So the first thing is that the video that you're going to watch, they contain discussions of the feed on the story of loot ally, salatu salam, and they are discussions on non male and female sexual relationships commonly referred to as homosexuality or bisexuality. So they're not male to female sexual relationships, they're male to male or female to female. And the discussions are all for an adult audience. And the discussions and its contents are not for people who are looking for, you know, fodder to attack and mistreat homosexuals with no or

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tribe trying to abuse homosexuals. That's not what the discussions are for. And also, the they're not here to attack anyone, we want to make it very clear to those who want to watch the videos that

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I will explain in detail later on what is going to take place with with the deceit of Lutheran, Rotherham. But the whole series is going to be to just explore the wider context of the Quran and its explanation of the story.

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One of the things is that we've got a moral worldview, we as Muslims have got a moral worldview. And this is founded in the Quran, and the Quran set this for us. And through the Quran, we see the world. So the Quran has given us a moral compass. And we need to, we need to obviously understand each other's moral views. So it's not about just the Muslims, we need to also consider the non Muslims and people of non faith, no faith, we need to be appreciative of what they want to believe. We don't want to make nonsensical judgments about anyone, we want to simply say that we're going to take a viewpoint or standpoint, and this standpoint, is a right that we have just as we give the

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same token to others, other faiths and other people to have their own stance in this. We want to say that it is nonsensical to judge others, others beliefs and worldviews from your own standpoint, and taking your own cultural biases and so on. We don't want to say that we want to dominate the entire world with our own stance, yet, we have the right to hold on to our own Islamic worldview. This is according to how we were taught by Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and the early to see and how we explain the Quran to his students the Sahaba of the alarm and

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now we understand that we live in in many different societies. The Quran acknowledges that,

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and we've got many different values, we acknowledge that.

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But its message is the poor man's message in dealing with such reality is always the same. Meaning that the poor and does not abuse people, it does not make mockery of people, it engages with them with good o'clock on a good character that should that is our stance in the whenever we come across others when trying to give them dollar.

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The Quran has always seen Muslims as living part of a plural society. So we live amongst others and we dealing with them, we understand that they may have different values, but we are we are not those who disrespect them in some way or cause friction.

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We in this country particularly. We respect the human rights of others. And just as we say that we've got a certain human rights we offer this token to others and say they've got human rights to

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and we hope that our legal framework and why does

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Society applies this principle and sees all people without discrimination and without unfairness. So when we are talking about certain issues here, it's within that framework, that we want to keep the discussion that we are not here to put people down. homosexuals and other minorities are protected, we must have the right to believe what we wish. By the same token, we believe in the protection of the legal rights of others.

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At the same time, what we're not saying is that we're giving up our values. So it doesn't mean that just because we're saying we're living in a poorer society, we've given up our values, we still say what is haram is haram. So we have set morals to do with gambling, we have certain morals to do with pretty much marital sex and same same sex relationships, and we have standard morals that stay the same when Islam looks at others. So we're not changing things, and we're not condoning or giving up, we're not giving up certain parts of our religion, and we're not watering it down washing it down from the original understanding of what Islam understood through the eyes of the Sahaba.

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So we're making it quite clear that these videos have got nothing to do with Muslims in any way, harming, attacking, whether intentionally or unintentionally abusing or mistreating the people or their actions. Because of their actions in the world that we live in. We want to say that we should uphold the other and the basic ethics that we've got when we discuss these matters. As opposed to other value systems, our Quranic based values always remained the same. So the expectation of the dominant culture is that it expects all others to to take take others over. So what we're saying here is that sometimes, because somebody has a worldview, you want to come out strongly and get

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others to accept your view. We understand that and people have that. But what we're saying as Muslims is, neither do we want to say that we must take over all other worldviews with the views that we saying here in this in these lectures. No, are we saying that others should do the same to us all thought systems assume that they have the truth. But the expectation from the dominant force system, maybe a secular, liberal worldview, liberal secular worldview seems to dictate that everyone needs to conform to it. And there are certain phases that happen in this world. And we understand this will happen. There are strengths and weaknesses and communities and some will want to follow

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others. But what we want to say is that we have the basic right to hold our views, current pressure from the cultural hegemony of the West is made stronger by the internet and social media. So what happens the we understand that the media is going to have a huge impact on the on the trends of people, we are not people that that are going to be that are going to be driven to a certain narrative, and that we must be driven to one single narrative because of the norms of what we're living in, or the culture that we're living in. What has happened in the past is that certain Christians and Jews have had pressures placed on them. And some Christians and some Jewish people

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have moved away from the original understandings of the religion and the faith that came to Moosa or Moses, or came to Jesus Raisa, alayhis, Salam. And through so many centuries, views of certain sects within the faiths have shifted. But what we want to say is that today, there are Muslims also out there that feel not almost in some sense, feel that their worldview is going to be shifted because of pressures. And there's going to be this narrative of either be like us, be like us, always be the other. And we do not want to say that we do not accept such a narrative. We have our right to believe and see the world from our own perspectives. And this right should be honored and extended

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to all this right should be honored and extended to all Muslims, how they view sexual matters is very private. This has been from the from early Islam onwards, that we see this as a private matter. We don't see this as a public In fact, Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam has even told us that we shouldn't even describe to a friend of ours, how we might have slept with our own wives. A man should not even disclose to his brother about how his wife

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felt or how she was aroused or whatever, that should not be disclosed. Why? Because this leads to making a private matter.

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To a public matter, and that's not what we do. This means that one's sexual orientation has nothing to do with one's identity that one presents to the world. So what this means is that

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you can't you cannot make an identity out of sexuality. You can have an identity based on a faith or religion, based on a country that you come from, you can base it on a culture that you belong to, but you cannot make the identity based on sexuality, because in Islam, and I'm talking purely from Islamic perspective, it's a private matter. It's not a public and so, when you have

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when you have people that are trying to make that a public identity, there is an inherent problem within that, because it always means that that private matter is now going to be something that you will always discuss publicly and he will, it will perhaps, lead to obscenity, it might lead to something that is lewd, something that is that is not or should not be discussed in open discourses

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where you know, people are having their feelings aroused. In a in a on a public level, what we want to say is that there's a whole thing in Islam, about kinship, this means that we do get married for procreation and to have

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to have

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other human beings being born of the human beings that are already on this earth. Now, what happens is that the more people that get married, diversity of the human genetic system stays alive. And when you have, for example, if you were to have people marrying within their own kinship, then the diversity has, it suffers a loss, it suffers a loss the same way, if you were to have same sex marriages, that diversity of the human gene system or the human genetic diversity will suffer a loss. This is this is from scientific research or scientific background. The other part that we want to say is that some homosexuals might think that the solution to having babies is having surrogate

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mothers. So you have mothers who are not genetic mothers of the child, who will have artificial insemination. And from there, they'll give birth to a child from a sperm that has been donated to them are a sperm that has been put into the womb. Now,

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with this, there are huge effects. And one of the effects are that the mother that has had her fertilization with that sperm, she, in some ways, has a connection with that child. And if not, if it's if the ovary and the sperm are from different, you know, people, what we say here is that the baby eventually will not be with the original mother.

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And having a surrogate baby, when when gay people will have a surrogate baby, we're saying that biologically, this person will, will grow up not having that touch, or the feeling or the connection with the original model. And studies are already out there with children that grow up without mothers without their biological mother without the biological father and the effects that take on them. Now here we are saying that they won't even perhaps be anywhere near to being able to spend a life with with such a person. And there are going to be effects of these negative adverse effects of this, that that are certainly going to take place, or that will take place in the future, or that

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might take place in the future.

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One other thing that we are saying is that religiously nikka on marriage is the way to get people to get together and be allowed by divine law to have sex where there is no nikka or a marriage or a contract. This means that these individuals have no right, whether it's Nicole nica, where you are not married to the person by an Islamic nikka according to the Islamic religion, there is no way you can have sex with them. So what this means is that people who are not married

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the whole debate, and what I'm going to discuss has got nothing to do with that. So if they're having homosexual relationships outside of marriage, that is

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As Haram, according to our view as forbidden as having it within, within marriage, so that's one thing. A second thing is any relationship of sexual intercourse outside of marriage is not halal at all. And that's not even in our discourse. That's why we're not mentioning it. In Islam, we recognize that Allah azza wa jal, his, his, his given a lot of his messengers Allah has also talked about and he in the Quran has talked about what Allah and His Messenger has talked about Muslims helping orphans, why, because the orphan has lost a father. So what what is he saying that if you can support the orphan as a father, Allah will give you such reward that you will be raised with the

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Prophet Prophet sallallahu Sallam in general, you will be next to him like this next game like this. Why is that? Because Islam sees that the family relationship the family settled is very important to have a mother, a father, and then a child, that is the relationship you have, and where the father is absent or he's passed away, then for you to be a stranger, but come and be like a father to the child is still really important. And that's why for these reasons, we believe that if there is a family unit, it must be male or female, and from them a child, the sin must be separated from the center.

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So the sinner, no matter what sin he commits, we do not hate the sinner, but we hate the sin. Just as if if a person wants to lie, we don't hate that person, we hate the lie that has come out of his mouth, the same way, the act of sort of the act of homosexuality is regarded to be sin by traditional Islam. And therefore that is what we regard as a sin and we do not have a

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we do not, we do not have hatred for the the those people who commit the sin, we have hatred for the sin itself.

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We are only offering sincere advice and engaging with people of other worldviews. And our points are made from the standpoint of Islamic belief. We do not condone discrimination against homosexuals in the UK, let alone harming them in any way. These lectures are simply for educating Muslims, in understanding the story of loot, Allah is Allah in the Quran, and getting better appreciation of their faith and his teachings. This is why this video should not be cut up into snippets, or quoted out of its full context, the points that I've just made, they're going to be discussed in detail in the series, the videos that you will see, and there is a full series of four parts to this whole

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video that sum up the entire lecture that I'm giving. So part of the series should not become the entire judgment of what I'm actually conveying out to the world here.

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Will we all have ideas and thoughts? All thought systems assume that they have the truth. But the expectation from the dominant thought system, or a liberal secular worldview seem to dictate that everyone conforms to it without a right to critique it. But this can't be the cases everyone should have a right to critique. And think about the strengths and weaknesses of any argument or worldview. So we extend that right to others as well as having the right to ourselves.

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Again, this is a new session on Lu tala Salatu. Salam, and the views were going to be this camera as well as yourselves here. And just make it very clear that there's going to be very explicit things mentioned that are adult related things. So if there's any children that are listening to this,

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they shouldn't be if there's any families that are going to listen this together, I'm saying on the video, and they shouldn't it's specifically the whole of Li Salam series is going to be specifically targeted to adults. And we are going to mention things that

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are going to be from the act so i would i would really

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put this warning now so that there's no complaints later on that this was set again in the masjid as well. If there's any children here

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who are around young children, please take them with you and don't complain to them.

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Me too that I've started to say x, y and Zed about them.

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Okay, so this is about loot Allah Salaam Salaam and he is the nephew of Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, and Ramana Salah Salaam. We just finished his series in a good few parts.

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And his, his nephew, Luca, les Salam was living in his in the same time. And both because of having a drought in the region of Philistine Palestine of today, they traveled to missile Egypt for a little while, they stayed there, and Allah azza wa jal gave them a lot of

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a lot of wealth and things. In particular, Allah azzawajal gave them a lot of herds of animals that they were taking care of.

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And where they will returning back from Egypt. And they were herdsmen under Ibrahim alayhi salatu, Salam herdsmen and Lutheran Islam. And they started to you know, cobble between themselves. And Ibrahim alayhi salatu. Salam said to Luther a salon that choose, you know, which land you want to go to, and make that your land, and let us live near each other but slightly separate. So Luca sallam, he decided to go to the sort of, apart near between Jordan of today, and philosophy, it's the city of Saddam. And we know the landmark because of the Dead Sea. So where the Dead Sea is, that's where Allah azzawajal boat and the punishment in the end.

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Now, this city, obviously, you know, there was no Dead Sea there at that time, it was simply alanda.

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And he was, you know, he went there. And he found that there were a people there, who started to do something which no other nation before then did on this earth. So masakazu we have in a had in Manila, I mean, nobody before them had done this. Now, this is mentioned in various parts of the Quran, that you know, they are the only ones are the first ones to start this one of the earliest person to put an is in the eight Jews in the men the end of the Quran

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surah number seven, and number 80.

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So what's striking here is that Allah azzawajal has mentioned in the Quran that

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homosexuality was not committed on the earth, before these people.

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And we know there were 1000s of years, perhaps, before Ibrahim alayhis. Salam, and between the time of Atlantis.

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Now, there's going to be no, I'm going to talk explicitly, and I'm going to talk about homosexuality in

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comparison to

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the normal sort of sex people have, and they've been created for. And we are going to go through reasons why, from a religious point of view, we feel that one should be done and not the other.

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And before I go into that, I need to make it clear, because this is going to go on YouTube, and there's going to be all over the world is that this these sessions that I'm doing on Ludo a salon is going to be purely from an Islamic religious point of view from the Quran. And that's based upon the traditional understanding of the Sahaba or the alojado.

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And their understanding of these verses. So a I've said it's a religious one. So if there are non religious people out there, and they're doing what they want to do, then that is not something that we are now that that is not something that we have a no we're not we're not addressing them from this point of view. So if I'm saying things like, this act is wrong, or it's it's something that should not be done and so on, is a purely from a religious point of view. And being religious point of view, I'm coming from an Islamic point of view, and not from other religions like Christianity or others, because they have also, you know, there's there are branches of Christianity that are

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problems with these branches of Christianity that don't, and adding on to that it's not only Islamic religious point of view, but it's also the traditional understanding of the Sahaba of the alohomora. The companions of the Prophet so why am I saying that? Is because there are Muslims today? who feel they can be Muslims?

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Who are homosexuals.

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They feel that they Islam is intact, if they believe that that act is halal for them to do, and that's why I'm saying the traditional understanding because if you go in today's society you will find that there are many

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people who have all sorts of thoughts on what the Quran should be, you've got the literalist, you got the liberalist, you've got the, you know, you've got those who deny Howdy, if you've got those who want to interpret the Quran as they want, you got people who say everybody should do capoeira, you've got all sorts of people. So I'm specifically talking, I'm a Sunni myself, and 85% of the world's Muslims are Sudanese. And we are addressing it from that point of view. And again, from the Sudanese, there are many different divisions, we are we are discussing a creed of the Muslims and an understanding of the Quran from the Sahaba Stein, that's the original understanding the Quran, and

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anybody who claims that they've got a better understanding that the Sahaba the companions, the prophet, than they are not from them. And if they're not from them,

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then there's a big question, Where are you going on the Day of Judgment, because the companions are going with a profit or loss, what's going on the Day of Judgment, and that is very clear. So if you're not with the companions, I don't know where you are. In fact, you're on a very dangerous pathway. So anyway, that's that's first and foremost, the reason why I've said this is because I don't want this video. And again, there's another really important thing I'm going to say for all the series are loose LSL only. I don't want any section to be cut

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and shown as a smaller piece of the video. So these videos on routers are not the entire series of the analyzing the progression but Luthor Isilon, nobody is allowed to take a piece of it and cut it out and put it onto the internet. If you look in the Quran, very interestingly, when Lu tala Salam he deals with these, you know, called sodomites, or Unicom homosexuals, when he deals with them, he doesn't make fun of them

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is an interesting lesson from the Quran. He does not make fun of these people, but he does talk to them. And it tells them clearly what they're doing wrong and what they should be doing. So mockery of these people has been something that has been going on for some centuries. And in fact, these people feel that they are being targeted because of the sexuality because you know how they have have sexual intercourse with one another. And they feel that the world is after them. And they feel that the victims of this Now the thing is, if you look in the Quran, making mockery of these people is not a way. It's not a way. I mean, the way that we deal with you know, such people is that of

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course we give we give our era, which is we give advice, like new tourism gave advice. And most of it that you see, you will see in the Quran, the Lutheran gave advice, and in the end, the one who destroyed them is Allah azza wa jal, that is said in the Bible, and it said in the Quran, and there's no two ways about it. I mean, there are, there are those who say that, from a religious perspective, we're supposed to understand this differently, that Luther esalaam never meant that he wasn't saying that these people are, you know,

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doing something, you know, that are homosexuals, but they're rapists. That's what some people are saying, some Muslims are trying to interrupt me, you know, they're trying to reinterpret these verses. And they're trying to say that those who did it in his time they were raping one another. They weren't actually doing it with consent. And what we're doing it is it's all consensual. So we know we're both happy. But in his time, there's one that was happy one wasn't happy. And that's not the case. I'm sorry. But that's not the case from the traditional understanding of the Sahaba. That's not the case.

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You know, the world has become a global village and literally has become a global village. In fact, sometimes they are calling a global village, you might as well call it a house. It's like a home. You see, you know, there's nothing you can hide from one another one thing touches the internet. So Australia, Canada, China, America, Britain, France, and even the Arab world, they all have to start thinking alike. So even the Chinese government, you see them they're dressed like the the Americans and the Japanese are dressed like the Americans now the jobs were dressed differently before true not guys come on. They had long robes and loose look different but the jobs are usually on a suit,

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you know, because they're all the government's are so good. You're not taking seriously if you're not got suit. So they're all doing that. Why because there's there's an influence of the world from the most greatest superpowers on to us and people are following suit because it's like whatever is on that side that we must, you must at least show that we recognize not to have a dominance in the world and social media in the last few years has become v i think

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Is the guillotine

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it's a guillotine, so either can do your good job or is going to kill you. So, you know, people are scared on Twitter on some other social, you know, forums, people are scared seriously, because once there is a storm, they call it the Twitter storm. And people start to highlight one thing, companies come down to the knees and say sorry, it's not gonna happen again. Company, big company, we're talking about billions of dollars of revenue a year and they bowed down to the knees, governments are affected by this. People are scared of this Twitter storm, because it's, it's in some way, it has more power than the media, the media has got a large power across the world. And the media is

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what the media across the world 90% of it is owned by about, you know about just a few individuals of the whole world 90% of the media is probably owned by nine or 10 people of the whole of the world.

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That is the fact. So it's 910 people and their vision that is affecting 7 billion people across the world, and the 10% that are from other media sources, they can't get enough of a high to try and get their message out. So you got to understand what kind of world we're living in. And the people are being pushed to certain agendas, like no way before. Now, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu can be understood, where he said that before the end of time is a man who wake up in the morning, he was a believer, and by evening, he is a non believer.

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By evening, he is a non believer, because of the amount of information that's flushed in the force with it, you're gonna understand it's not just information, it's the pressure that comes with it, is that you get the most odd person is holding this well, the rest of this world can't get on with you. Because you're not like us, you got to be like us. Who will Who are you? You know, if I do my hairstyle, I

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don't say anything about my hairstyle.

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With I have no hairstyle even

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have a tattoo if I have this, I'm not saying anything wrong with these hairstyles with tattoos. What I want to say is the pressure that come with it.

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What we understand it as to be is that we are a people who if we, if we from we have the right t this is a thing, and I want to mention this, quite clearly is that if we are seen as the most, you know, we are seen as the odd ones who are not allowing homosexuality or we don't believe it to be to be a practice that should be you know, that that should be allowed religiously. If we if we're the only people that don't do that. Do we not have the right to stick to our beliefs, just as everybody else has the right to stick to their beliefs? Well, of course we do. But this is the real problem. And this is what Luther esalaam faced, which was that these see the sodomites the original sodomites

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were the first people who did this act.

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One of the things they did the Quran says Taka una Sadie, you cut the path. And what takedown is what is cutting the path mean? So the alumni have said it means

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even means

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that they used to rob people who used to come to the city of Sodom,

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but there's a second of sale

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that they used to

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approach the people who still approach the city of Sodom, they used to come out with the homosexuality and advertise that on route to Sodom. So they would come out and as the caravans are trying to come through the city of Sodom, what these homosexuals are the people of Sodom would do is that they would flirt and advertise their homosexuality to them to the demise, because they want you to be proactive with this Okay, the second and the third one hustle and bustle he says the takedown is at the cutting the pathway means that they are a means of cutting the the the procreation of human beings so that means that they are stopping our human generation from growing.

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Okay, so there's three different seeds of that one part.

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Where is this part in the Quran? Let me just quickly give you the reference is in the is in Sudan Caboose. Surah. Number 29

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is number 29. So Surah 29 is 29.

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And this treatise is now there's one other thing they about these sort of minds, which was that these people, you know, they were people who came to that gatherings and they will

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in that mood of seeing who wanted to, you know, engage in this in this, you know, act. So they did a number of things again, the same verse, suitor 29, i 29. He says, What tattoo nahi nahi Kumar mooncup you are a people that in your gatherings you bring things that are uphold, that are disliked, that people genuinely dislike in a normal fitrah. So people with a natural, you know, natural build of a human being when they haven't been affected by homosexuality, they will find this abortion.

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And I want to mention a very clear thing, which is, will we tolerate LGBTs? Well, the thing is, we tolerate Hindus, we tolerate policies, and the Quran has said the worst sin you can commit is shipped. So if they are committing Shere Khan, we know they're doing it all around us all around us houses have got shield the idols in them. They've got temples, Hindu temples, with with idols in them, but we don't go around, you know, smashing idols, we don't go around telling them things we don't we don't go around, scolding them, or belittle them or saying horrible things to them. And if any Muslim does that, then that's wrong. That's not the way of the MBR the way of the prophets is

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not to scorn these people to make a mockery out of these people, the way of the prophets is to get them to have a good understanding, to get them to rationalize what they're doing. And so you're going to see what motivates these people that is trying to rationalize with them, what is it that they're doing? So what I want to say is that if somebody out there is committing this, that's, that's a, that's their life, that's what they're doing. But I have I got a right to say that I don't believe in it, yes, am I gonna tolerate it? Well, if I can tolerate shift, I can tolerate that. Meaning that if I can, if I can be a neighbor, to a Hindu in a good way, I can be a neighbor to an

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LGBT in the same way.

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So if I have a gay as a neighbor, no difference in having a Hindu as a neighbor, and if any Muslim feels that there's a difference. That's simply because of your instinct, or simply because of your nature inside is not because of Islam. Islam has has just if you Stan has told us to tolerate the Hindus. And in fact, he hasn't just said tolerate Hindus, Islam has said if your own parents are our policies, then you've got to tolerate you've got to be with not only tolerate them, rather than say tolerate, the Quran says if your own parents are polytheists, then you must still show your good habits towards them. This is I'm going to give you a reference of this. So this is surah lokman

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surah, number 31.

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I am number 15. So the third one is 15. Allah says, Why in Shahada Allah and to say that if you both your parents are really struggling to make you are Hindi, because both of them are Hindus, you're a Muslim, or their polytheist and you're you're a Muslim, and they're trying to make you a polytheist and then don't obey them in that matter was Sahiba who Macedonia Moldova, but remain with them in this world, in a good companionship. This is with your own Hindu parents. So with regards to LGBTs, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transsexuals, regards to them, I will not as a traditional Muslim, give up my belief that the act is something which is a sin, I will not give up that I have the right to

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keep that and all Muslim Sunni Muslims across the world have the right to keep that belief. Just like I believe that schilke and polytheism is a sin and is a crime. However, Allah has said with polytheists, I'm supposed to remain with them in a good companionship. And I will do exactly the same with LGBTs. So if you're not, I'll be very honest with you. I in one of my houses, where I used to live, I had a neighbor that was gay.

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I used to go around to him. I used to say hello to Mr. Talk to him. I was good to him to shake his hand. Nothing wrong with that. And of course, a time when I get the chance I might talk about somebody's religious. But that's that's the operands token plus operands or the command to me and you. So wherever Muslims have been horrible to these people, they've actually gone against the poor and we're not supposed to be horrible to these people. But what are we supposed to do? Well, we were supposed to tell them about the wrongful act just like I have the right to tell our policies that look what you're doing is something which in my religion is seen as not only sin, but is something

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which is something which is not, you know, it's not of deep thought that you bow down to a to a stone. I have the right to say that to him, but if he wants to worship that he has the right to worship done in this world, that's fine. You

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Once Where should I have the right to believe that I can I can invite him towards, towards, towards a good way anyway, when they came to their gatherings, they came with behaviors that other people didn't have. So what did they do, some of them came. And they didn't wear the undergarment. They literally came with an over garment, but no undergarments. So when they sat down, you could see the private parts.

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That's one of the things they did. Another one was that they would,

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in a it's in the it's in a tuxedo sutra 3929 that they would make jokes with one another that are obscene jokes. So making jokes of obscenity, this was the first people that I deal with the first people that did this. And to laugh and joke about sex and sexual acts was what they did.

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Another one that what they did is they used swear words, commonly swear words, which again, is a foul thing for people to do. And we shouldn't associate ourselves with those people who have the habit of having that again, if there are people like that we'll we'll live with them, but we'll try and call them to a good way. Another one they did is that they used to pass wind or what we know as far as loudly. So they wanted to come to the gatherings and who they at least have contests and matches, they have a match with one Mother of who could eat something, make himself fall loudly, and then burst out laughing over.

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So they used to fart like

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whatever and they would laugh over it. Another thing they used to do is

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they would come in they would

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they would come to the gatherings and they would be very open about the sexual behavior.

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In anything of this world that Allah has created and Allah has called as Zola has called us pairs of one another. So the man is an opposite to the woman and the woman is an opposite to the man and they've been created as two halves to be together as a whole. Not the Quranic description for us as man was he said your zone or he said as much. And the very interesting thing is, Allah has never mentioned

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you know, whenever he this is this is this is absolutely not startling. Now what a lie them in the Quran.

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Allah never says about the wife of loot alehissalaam as a soldier, he doesn't call her a zone.

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Because she was a controller, she was one who was a non believer in his religion.

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He didn't say she was a half to him, she says inland merata, who accept his woman, Allah says except his woman. And every time he refers to the Quran, he says except his woman, he does not refer to her as his half. Because to be a half, you have to be in that relationship. Now. When Lutheran God His message, his wife was against him in that message, and she was actually with the rest of them. And this is where some Tafseer mentioned. And this is again, not in all the fears, but it's in some type of series that they were lesbians in the time in that time of the city of Sodom.

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They were lesbians. Now, of course, no way is it mentioned that his wife was of that kind. But it the Quran mentioned that she's not a half to him, though it mentioned that she is his wife. Why is that? Well, some of us even have said that simply because she doesn't have imagine her. If you have a wife that doesn't shave a man with you, then she's not a half to you. She's just she's just a woman. So anyway, that's a separate debate. What I want to say to you is that Allah azza wa jal has created us as a half to another half, and it becomes a whole. So when a when two males who are there who are really two same hubs, they come together

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and they're like this. So basically, normally a half here and a half here would come together, make a hole. But when you have, you know, like, if you take a magnet, you can see that see this understanding and a magnet, you take a magnet, you take the opposite ends of two magnets, and they will stick together. But if you turn one magnet around, this magnet will push the other magnet away. Guess you know, you have to get them at the right ends to make them meet.

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So there's a push, there's a push because that's just you know, this is the science of our last click to the whole of the world. You have in electrons. You have positive and negative

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electricity you have positive and negative yes or no and to make it work

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And you have in you know, you're looking across the world. You look how Allah has created nature, it has opposites and the opposites work together in harmony. Now there's gonna be quite a few things that we have to mention. You know why we feel that it is a wrong act.

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One great reason I've just said in the Tafseer why it's a wrong act is because Allah has created the males and the females because they don't have procreation. If you don't procreate, you're in danger, your species in danger, your whole your whole country is in danger. Unless treated as differently. So a woman by biologically she's been created to have a baby. And when she has a baby, there's a whole hormones and cycles that are going inside her. A she's going to become very emotional because she's going to have milk that's going to appear in her breasts. See, naturally the kid should feed off now they'll be doing Nana, Nana, Nana, you basically here's the bowl, here's some milk we've

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made in a in a laboratory. You give that to your child feeding, get a nanny, sit down, you go back to work. So that's what she's been she'd do Jr. Bollea in the bottle, nanny sit down and go to work. Now, when a woman has given birth, she needs time to get back to normal again, you know, her memory gets affected her, the way she works gets affected if she does spend time with a child. There are huge effects that take place. I mean, any woman who's had an abortion, this is this new thing about abortion, any woman has an abortion goes through some severe psychological problems. If not minor ones, she will be affected as to my understanding from the studies that I've seen, there is no woman

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that will not be affected when she has an abortion. Now, it depends what stage of the abortion as well, but I'm talking about if it's a latest stage of the abortion, there's definitely severe problems that she will have, you know, in the way she is after giving that abortion. So now she gives a bottle of milk and she's okay feed it, then what happens? Well,

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where did this breast cancer come from?

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What didn't breast cancer come from?

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I mean, 100 years ago, 200 years ago? Did they have breast cancer? I mean, I mean, you look at me, it's simple. You've been both, you know, you've given been given this artificial milk, our women have had their new coming in not, you know, given out, and the whole cycle is not being you know, functioning properly. And then you find, you know, a big correlation of these women that have got breast cancer in them. But anyway, what I want to mention is that these are lies to people in order to make them, make them such individuals that are going to go and do what what certain governments or agencies want to do you know what it's all about, it's about making money. Brothers, sisters wake

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up. And those non Muslims who are watching this, please welcome.

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Drugs, pharmaceutical companies are making the billions because of this artificial milk. That's what it's about. They've manipulated governments they've done, the government comes up with the proper research that breast milk is the best thing for the child. These pharmaceutical companies, they hire scientists, and they manipulate research to try and make it show that you know what, there's nothing wrong with this kind of milk that's given to children. Right. And and is it is better than than breast milk, right now with homosexuality, and the whole thing about having sex and so now what they did in the last 70 years is they said that people could do this, you know, what's what the big case

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right now is, which I was gonna come to, which is, now they've got a serious problem in the Western world of fertility, the fertility is really down. The children in the families are less than two children per family.

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So what did they do? Well, they boosted up the child benefits, right to try and get them to have more children. They said, Look, have they said to their own people, so these are born Canadians born Americans, I'm born brash, now British, Li, you have a baby, give you some money, like, constantly like, yeah, you don't want to have babies. So who catches on it is the Asians, the Africans and all the others that come from other countries, they come they say, Hey, we don't believe in all of this stuff. Yeah, we'll have as many children as we can. They said, Hey, what's going on here? We've got to shut the borders now. Now they want to shut the borders, because they've got a population crisis,

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a serious population crisis. Their fear is that if they allow all of these non sort of indigenous people from from other countries, then they're going to fill up fill them up on their own their own people because they've got

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condoms. They've got, you know, sheets that they that they have, you know, intercourse without wanting to have babies. There are many women out there who just don't want to have babies. Though. If you look in the 80s 90s swag, you kind of think what kind of brainwashing people have gone through. So basically what happens is in the 50s, they start to show this modern woman

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You know, at the office in the 60s, it becomes like you go out there and you know, it's all a Beatles kind of age, dance, you know, sex, rock and roll all of the 60s 70s was you have sex with as many people as you want, enjoy yourself, that's serious. And an 80s comes AIDS. LGBT is no one to have children. So when they have children now, you know, in all these books, they have, you know, the two princes and the two princesses and so on, and they making these books and so on. And they want us to believe that this is the case. First thing is no, please show me a real two princes and a real true Prince series is that do that I want to see Queen Elizabeth, and one of the children being

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And I want to see her kingdom in a real form of you know, she's got within her family, she's proud to say that I've got daughters and sons that are like this, because there's a bit of a hypocrisy here where the world governments are all allowing these things to spread. But they themselves won't practice in their royal palaces, and they won't have any of it. But anyway, that's your right, you want to do that you want to spread through princes to princes, that you're right. Again, I'm just giving you a simple religious point of view. And why am I saying this is because when you start spreading this, and you want to have children, then you're going to have artificial insemination.

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And what you will then do is, you're going to have two women who want to live as lesbians, one of them wants to have a child. So then they'll insert a sperm of another man into the womb of this woman, she'll give birth. Now she gives birth. The problem then is and these are new research that are coming out, which is Allah has created the family unit, so that it has a father with his manly traits, and a mother with him motherly traits. And when you have two mothers, or you have two fathers that are going to be serious problems that will come up, muscularity has led to many diseases that are spread. One of them is aids, there are many other diseases. And the other problem

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is Look, I want to mention this, again, from a religious point of view, when a man is having sex with his wife, her organ is has got a lot of soft tissue there. It's called soft tissue. And it releases a lot of fluid when he's about to and when he's about when he's engaging with

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the rectum, or the back of a man or a woman does not release any fluids. And I want to say this very clearly Islam is not against homosexuality, per se, only Islam is against anal sex.

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And that stance I want to well to know when they accuse us of saying that you guys are against gays because you don't believe in, you know, this type of sex. No, hang on a minute, we don't just say man to man. We say man to man, man to woman from the rear. It's Haram, it's forbidden. This is us as Muslims, these are religious beliefs, and we have the right to exercise them. Why do we say why can't a man get married to his wife? And then you know, have sex with her from both ways? Well, there's a big problem. And let me make that clear.

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When a man has normal sex, and is a heterosexual, then because her organ is giving fluid out and it's getting soft down there, his organ

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is able to find pleasure by a little bit of, of soft tissue. Okay, so the softness of that is enough for him to find enjoyment in there. And eventually he will ejaculate eventually His heart is is done. When a man has intercourse from the rear of a woman or a man, what's happening is that the rear has not been created for intercourse. And that part of a human beings body is hard. And that part of the human beings body release is no fluid. So what happens is that a man will engage in that type and that act, whether it's with a woman or a man, and what then happens is that he gets the enjoyment because of very hard rubbing on his organs. Then when he gets used to that, and he starts

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having sex with the woman from the front, he doesn't enjoy it anymore, because he doesn't get pleasure, he needs a very hard and tough surface to try and getting aroused. Now, this is the big problem here. If men continue to practice this, men will not like to go towards women. And and there are many look, you know, there are many stages of homosexuals and many different phases that go in their minds and child is something that I'll catch on next week or something. But when a man has become active in homosexuality, he does not want to have sex with a woman from her vagina. Why? It's simply because he is not aroused. Why is he not aroused? Because it

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tissue there, that doesn't even make him feel like he's touching anything. His organ doesn't even feel like he's penetrating anything. Now this is a serious problem to the human race. And again, I'm ending the series by saying if people out there want to do what they do, they do what they do. We're not going to enforce our thing on them all we're going to give you is going to give you good advice. And jack ma hi Rafa Dhawan and inshallah, see you next week with a second part of this. And again, I'm not going to have any young children in this so