Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 71

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Nabi Isa Part 2


AI: Summary © The conversation covers the historical and cultural importance of Islam, the negative impact of drugs on people's mental health and behavior, and the negative consequences of following a religion. The speakers emphasize the need for privacy laws and showing authority in front of oppressed people, as well as the negative impact of drugs on people's mental health and behavior. The conversation also touches on the negative consequences of following a religion and the potential for negative consequences of doing so. The conversation concludes with a brief advertisement for a program called coronavirus pandemic and the potential impact on the economy.
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many Hunter Hunter alaminos Serato Samana Mohammed

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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We come to another session of Isa alayhi salatu salam. And the first thing is that he sadly Salam was from the EU as he was from the people whom Allah had given a very great determination. There are five messengers in total, that will last them.

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First Nohara Hassan. Then Ibrahim is around.

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Then musala Sara, then is Elisa and then hum sallallahu, Arizona, these are the five that were absolutely determined to do, what Allah azza wa jal had given them without having

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the without having any sort of fatigue or any way falling short of the message that they had to give. Now, generally, by saying this, I'm not saying that other messengers had, you know, fallen short, and so on. What I'm saying is that every messenger was good. Every messenger was good, but some of them were the best.

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And the only best of the best was Mohammed Salah Lhasa. So every messenger was good as all the rustle all the MBR all the people allow as original sin. And then the the best of them, but these five, the best of them, but these five, and of these five, the best of the best was Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. So what is very intriguing here is the determination aspect was in a Salah Salaam, though he had a gentle character, and his gentle character was something which allows or they'll have given to him by nature. And you we've got to understand that when we get born with a certain nature and a certain disposition, it is from Allah azza wa jal that he did that. So what

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Allah has said in the Holy Quran, and you know, this is his doing, he's going to create certain individuals like musala ceram, that are going to have you know, that are that are determined, but at the same time, they've got a, you know, a strong fist as well, right. And there'll be some like, East LA Salaam that will be determined, but they will be gentle in the nature, they won't back off from what they need to do, but they're going to be very soft and gentle. And and both of them have the pros and cons. Both of them have their pros and cons, there is no single character, that you will be able to say that there are no you know, there is no such such deficiency, except so Hanalei

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allows him, Allah azza wa jal has created Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And that's the only character in always is the best one.

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All the other messengers, Allah Himself Salaam were very good, were the best, fine. But in the approach, the approach wasn't always universal.

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Like masala Sam had his character he carried on his character throughout his

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throughout his messenger session, and he did a brilliant job. We're not saying in any way, we're not pointing any fingers. We're not doing that. What we're saying is when you look at a salad salad, he did a brilliant job as well, but with the same character throughout the way, Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam was the probably the only one out of many that could switch.

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at certain times. He was like a salesianum. at certain times, he was like musasa. at certain times, he was like, no halachah a certain times. He was like Ibrahim Alayhi Salam at certain times like Yusuf Alayhi, salam, and all the different beauties in all the different characters, you will see in Muhammad, Allah Islam, and that's why he's the best of the best. So anyway, nonetheless, we won't have always that okay, this is the important part.

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Most of us will find that we've got a character that is close to one of the messengers, all that is close to one of the Sahaba of the 109. Even the Sahaba found it very difficult

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to have the fitrah the disposition of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam what do I mean by filter and disposition? What I mean is that Allah azza wa jal has given everyone a unique character

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and is a temporary

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Inside a person and even it gives you a way of dealing with the world around you. And this is in Surah

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Surah room surah number 30. I am number 30 Allah azza wa jal says fidra Aki magickally Dini hanifa, establish yourself and make yourself completely, completely for the sake of Allah xeljanz

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his religion, then unless is fit for the law, he led the father on mass Alia This is the disposition of Allah, which he has molded every character upon meaning that when you have your way of trying to move along, in this world, especially with the deen of Allah and the religion of Allah, then you've got something inside you, which Allah has given you as a particular character and molding. And that molding, you're more or less bound by Allah azzawajal will judge you according to your own mode. Okay? how Allah made me and how Allah made you, He will judge us according to that. So for example, on the day of judgment,

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if there is a certain person who never had the ability of doing a certain thing, Allah will not ask him why he did not do it. But if there was someone who had the ability of doing that, and I will ask him, why he did not do that. So as an example, in various ahadith

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there's a character that comes up on the Day of Judgment. And Allah azza wa jal says, Why didn't you speak?

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Why didn't you speak at that moment? And tell them about this, because this character has got the ability to speak. And he chose not to speak when he had the ability and he had the power to speak. And there's another individual who didn't speak, who didn't say anything. And Allah says, Go ahead, because that person did not have the ability to speak some of us will listen to this whole thing.

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How do we change the entire world you know, we want the world to change some of us with our characters a senior let's let's get this done. But don't forget, every one of us Allah has put on a certain disposition because we're going to use that for the advantage of Islam. Now, what happens here is this is really important for me to mention the people who have the disposition of Musa alayhis salam, they're as important as the people who have the disposition of a Salah.

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So let me give you an example. We've got certain Muslims and non Muslims, particularly here, they have they might have the mode or the way that musala Sam was given a fitara. So they want to be proactive, they want to speak up, they want to tell the truth, they want to not stop in front of any volume, any oppressed answer, but they want to do it in a way that they show that they are now they've got authority.

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That's musashino for you. Okay. And there's not you know, if you if you say too much in front of musala salon here, she should get beaten up. Okay. We know that we know the story when when he actually punched someone and one punch and then go on to the next world. But the thing is musalla Sam had the character but then he Salah Salaam is the total opposite nature.

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total opposite nature.

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You know, he wants to get what he wants to get fine, but he's gentle. He's soft, he's soft, spoken. Even his demeanor, even the way he looks, is very, very sort of gentle like musasa he had, you know, his his, his face would go red. His eyes would go red. He had a big stature. He had a good body, you know, big and heavy. If you want to strike someone could strike them good and hard. He Salah Sarah was a thin individual,

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a thin individual, his voice was soft and gentle. His hair described by Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. When he saw him in Mirage, he said he said he saw a certain Amalia alehissalaam and he said I saw him His hair was wavy.

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And long, His hair was wavy and long. And it looked like he had just come out of having a shower, something we call the shower in our days, you know, we'll have a shower. In those days. You say he had a bath or something? It looked like he had just come out of that meaning that he had this sort of very

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elegant wetness to his hair. You know, some people when you look at them will find their hair quite shiny, and so on. Well esala said that he had a beautiful face, a beautiful face, and thin individual. Obviously he had the beard all the prophets Allah even Salah

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I had the beard, he had a beard, and His hair was wavy long. And if you looked at it, you'd think that he had just come out of the shower. And these are the, to the extent of what the newest meaning of what Rasulullah sallallahu has told us. Now, this character is very different from musala Salah, and we've got certain people in the oma who are like that. They're gentle, they're soft. They want to get things done to Islam, but they're gentle, they're soft, but they still determined to get done. And if somebody speaks in front of them so on, they will still get the message across, but they won't be as Musa alayhis salam in how he wants to get the message across. Now what happens

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usually is this.

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The people who've got the fitrah of musasa

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will say to the others who got the Federal Reserve column, you guys are soft, man. What's wrong with you? You guys are so you can speak up

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to sitting there okay, you want to do something or speak up show something?

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And the people who the federal visa let's look at the people with the federal busanga say, you guys need to calm down a bit you know, you can't seem to take it easy.

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Because if you carry on like this, you might create a situation. Now the thing is, both of them are needed and why Allah has given Suhana law if you think about it, the Quran is full of stories of musala Islam and inshallah Salam. Why? Because it's teaching us that both methods are needed. If you look at Muhammad sallallahu alayhi Salaam in Makkah, if you look at Muhammad Allah has in Makkah karma, you will see more of an ISA.

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And if you see Mohammed Salah Harrison in Medina, you see more of Musa alayhi salatu salam Do you guys understand? Because in Makkah, people could say what they wanted to the bronze 11 and the bronze isn't

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at them say let them say he will attack the barbs and alarmism

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just try to just move away but he didn't attack.

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People saw out in people's Paladin people, you know, there was enemies who wrapped a shawl around him put, you know, camels leftover over him and so on. And the problem is

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And you get to Medina, people try to challenge the property law solo privacy law, some cents a minute. deal with them. So behala

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exam, they try plot against him. He says, okay, who's gonna go tonight? And

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why? Because this is, you know, they are, they are going to take, you know, they're going to kill an innocent man. Mohammed Salah Allah has and they're plotting to kill him. They're plotting to kill Muslims. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam gets the news. So he sends people out. Not to take all of them out. No, no, no, the main one who's causing the greatest mischeif and there is clear evidence of him posing mischeif. So some says, Go take him out.

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Why? Because this is a different setting. And if you look at the beauty of it, Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam combined the two

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he commanded. Now I'm not saying that when he got to Medina, he was all the way like most of us don't get that wrong as well. He had, you know, he had both running in both places as well. Sometimes in Makkah, he could show that, you know, he had the firm authority. And some many times in Medina he was he was a gentle character as well. He was a gentle character, but Muhammad Salallahu alaihe salam, II combine the two. And this woman needs to learn that in our Omar, we're going to need both types of people. Not everybody can play the two roles. Not Not everybody can switch. Most people will stay like these li ceylonese fidra throughout their lives, or most people will stay like

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musallam throughout their lives. But we need to appreciate the two on both types of power are needed. Okay. So in saying this, what I want you to get to is after this fifth round the nature of essentialism is that last week at the end of last week, we were talking about the miracle that is Elijah Ramos display.

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And he displayed his miracles, we went through a couple of them. And one of them we got down to was the bone blind. Why the bone blind? Because the doctors of his time and the scientists of his time, they got to a stage where they cut off the belief of Allah azzawajal because of science because of revelation because of what they what they actually discovered their discoveries. Okay. people when they become very material and very much involved in materialism, then they can completely forget God. In our time, we've got the same problem. A lot of the people who've detached themselves of God, who don't believe in God, it is because they've attached themselves too much to materialism.

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So what does Allah azza wa jal do? He says there is Allah Salam who's full of spirituality.

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You know why? Because it's the antidote is the antidote to the problem. Whenever you have a you know, you have like antibiotics, right? Or you have things that are completely the opposite, so they backfire, you know, from an opposite end to do something. Well, this is what Allah azza wa jal had done. Because he Salah salon was full of spirituality, if you look at him, look at the religion of Christianity, there's a lot of it to do with love, heart, the heart, with love, with emotion with spirituality. Why? Because it's the antidote, you know, what we need in our time, we need for this materialism that's going across the world capitalism, that's going across the world that's

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dominating everything, we need a lot of spiritual ism, to try and have the antidote to that. So a Salah Salaam, he had that, and in doing what he did, a person who's born blind,

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can't see never seen in their life, to actually give them 100% cure, by just passing the hand over them is nothing but a miracle,

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to try and get a man who has partial sight, to improve his sight through lasers, to make a person who has some other form of disability, whatever it is, and get them you know, it is not a full thing than ever had but but but a partial thing to make them actually, you know, get what they want, is, is some something, but to completely a man will be borne by all his life, never seen, you know, never seen anything ever. It was completely dark, dark, never seen a color in his life never even seen black and white, because there are certain blind people who seem black and white. There are certain blind people who can see very hazy something in front of them, but they can see something

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right. But at a certain people who allows Allah has created completely blind from birth, they don't see anything at all. For you, as a doctor to try and get them on 100% site within a very small amount of time, we're talking about seconds, you won't be able to do that in other miracles of the of the Prophet sallahu wa salam, every single miracle nobody will be able to replicate them to the dead. Nobody

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Nobody will be able to replicate any of the miracles of the prophets till the Day of Judgment like for example being in fire for like 40 days, like every Monday Salah burning and eating Mashallah burning, burning in there and finding what is he's not really burning, his his finding the warmth of the fire round, for days and days, sometimes you say 40 days, some say less than that. But nonetheless, for days and days to stay there, and to find the warmth of the fire inside the fire is something that

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nobody will be able to do until

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the miracles of any of these profits, nobody will will be able to do musallam hitting that rock and 12 springs of water coming out in the middle of a desert. I challenge any Dynamo or anyone else to do that. Nobody's gonna be able to do that. Why? Because these are real miracles that Allah broke the entire

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backbone of of science to try and show that he is in power.

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Okay, so here he completely closed now somebody might say well,

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why did Allah azza wa jal que what why did Allah azza wa jal create such people

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in a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam which is I think in Buhari, the Prophet sallallahu lessman said and he reports from Allah azza wa jal, that when I have taken away from my servant, his two beloved things, meaning his two eyes, when I have taken from my servant his two beloved things, and he shows patience or she shows patience to me,

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then in return of that I give nothing else except Gemma nothing assets in Ghana. Now looking at towards this towards the other things that they might have done, if they have some patience on what Allah did straight to Jana on the day the no karma, Allah

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you know, when you hear the the sufferings and so on, why would Allah do that in the first place, but we haven't seen the next one. Most people have the objections to these because they're only calculating it from one world. Please remember this. Anyone who comes to

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With any objection against anything that's happening with Islam, what does Islam say about, you know, avalanches? What does Islam say about earthquakes? What does Islam say about people who are disabled? What does Islam say about the cruelty on the earth? people killing one another? What is you know, what's going on here? What does God say about this? Well, the thing is, you can sit here all day and try and give an explanation why there's an avalanche, and why some people have to die. Why does a mudslide and people's homes are completely buried under mud, you can stay here all day. But what you won't be able to do is you won't be able to satisfy most people with those answers. If,

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however, you take the next world, if you were to take the next world and this world together and look at it, then all the people trust me all the people who didn't suffer, will probably wish they went through one of those those sufferings because Rasulullah sallallahu uninstallers the man upon whom his own house, rooftop falls, and He is buried in there. He is a Shaheed

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he's a Shaheed he's a martyr, what does it What does Martin mean? What does Shahid mean? Well, he when he dies, his soul will not be like the rest of the people trapped in early you know, CG No, no, his soul, Allah will say, put it into Greenbird had his Muslim, his soul is in a green bed. So he becomes the green bed. And then another agent says, Now you go wherever you want.

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So it roams around the heavens. Can you imagine? Imagine you could fly and you roam around the heavens, whatever was created around the angels and vital Mahmood and the Kaaba and the seventh heaven and wherever else and then where's your best place where you want to go? Huh? Well, the Hadith extension goes around Jana. Wow. You're a bird flying over Jana. Before even Doomsday has come. Allah gives the Shahada the ability to fly around Jana. And then Where should I go next? The Hadith extension. It goes over to the option of Allah to the throne of Allah and rests on the throne of Allah azza wa jal, or on one of the one of the parts of the national law, and then Allah azza wa

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jal, he addresses the soul by saying, Is there anything you would like?

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And the soul says, the way I died on the earth, please take me back and let me die again. You know why? Because the that moment when the roof top probably fell, and there are many other, you know, Shahada, Professor Larson has talked about that moment when it fell. You know, obviously, it's a tragedy. But the moment it fell, imagine, imagine you're just dying. And then as you're just dying, is the most happiest moment of your life. Because there are white fingers in front of you dressed in white, smelling, bringing the smells of, and the fragrances of Jannah. And they're all calling you by the best of your names, and taking you gently out of your body and saying, which name should we

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call you with? Where would you like to go? Imagine the lifting you to the seventh heaven? bringing you back down? You had that moment? First time when it happens? Well, people people have people have memories of the first time that the first time people saw the Kaaba, wow, wish I could go back the first time people saw something, maybe, you know, some other places they visited something is like, wow. And they want to visit that again. Ask any man who's been married a number of years. Would you like to go back to the first 19 I'm saying like, Hey, no problem, brother. Yeah, now the thing is,

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first time is something real now. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa said was

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the one who drowns Shaheed the mother, who actually is giving birth, and she dies in labor, she's a shahida all these things are in Hades. And when you think about it, oh my god, she died like this. He drowned in there isn't that and so on. She one dies in an earthquake Shaheed. Okay, and all these people get such a wonderful Akela that none of us can imagine. And the people on this earth asking this question, why did God do that? Why did God allow that person to drown? Why did God kill that woman when she was in labor? Why has God got any mercy?

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That's the question When have you seen the other side if you saw the other side then you'd be able to talk about messy you'd be able to vote messy because everyone like you know ordinary people I don't know how I'm gonna do I don't know how you're gonna dry anyone who didn't go through that and they get to the end of judgment there were a lot of accounting to do there won't be roaming around like birds in Bursa grande Jana Nana, he got some some other serious accounts to give. And when you see that you can think Whoa, whoa, whoa, you know, put me back the avalanche no problem. Once again.

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I get to a green bird and roam around. Okay? So anyway, easily Salamis given a boat, all these different individuals, one of them is the leper.

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Another leper his problem, you know Allah has created certain illnesses and diseases on the earth, that disease Unfortunately, it not only deforms their body, but after deforms the body and the limbs, they get stiff, and you know, may Allah kill those people but it the limbs actually start to drop off.

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So the fingers will drop off the arm, the hands will drop off and so on. And Isa alayhi salatu, Salam with the touch. And the power, obviously, all of it is from the power of Allah that cured. Now, none of the doctors could do that in his time. And the challenge was to say that you people who are so materialistic, you people that are sucked into your science? Don't you see how science has been defined?

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Can you see how none of it making sense how this would happen? Can you just believe that there is a power beyond the nature of science? Because and the same people will you know, they'll they'll say what, there's no prophets on the earth today.

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How were the miracle miracles now will be legendary. You know, if you see, you can go to the internet, you can see pictures of the two seas that merge. Allah talked about it now the Quran, there are a few places on the earth where a lot go to different seasons med. One is common is rough. One is sweet. One is salty. One is you know, one is, you know about certain type of fishes on a certain topic and so on. And, and they're right in the middle, you can see buried in the middle of the ocean. And they don't mix. They don't mix. You can take water from here, put it on the as much as you want. On the other side, it'll find his way back.

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illustrated by barrier library and they won't they won't cross each other similar colonias and scientists will look at and say, Hmm, where's nature in that? Hey, what do you reckon Joe? What is the nature?

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Or the nature is see?

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You see the the flow of the water, the flow when it comes and comes from this side? Naturally, they're going to be crushing to one with one another. And they will collide? Well, why does it happen in other parts of the world where there's two oceans? Why these particular parts? Well, we don't know the answers yet. All the answers here, but we'll find out, we'll find out. As you get DNA

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even then the DNA, they've only just discovered the surface of it.

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Every single code of the G DNA is still waiting to be found what it contains. And I'll tell you one thing, once they find out the 22,000, whatever that they need to discover, and find out what the what the potential is, within that dogma head, if you find that find that out, you know will happen, allow within every single small part of the DNA will show them another few 1000s of things.

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Because it was only 1952 they found the DNA before that they never knew what the DNA was. Now, isn't that a miracle? And then Allah says in the Holy Quran, I'll show you even more. Now, if people are asking the question, what were the miracles of the prophets on the earth, Allah has kept many miracles, many, many miracles, if you want to see the miracles, just look out and you will see the miracles. Okay, the fact that you know, I mean, I don't want to turn this into one of those home lessons, but the fact that allows, has created so many planets that are in complete harmony and in orbit, you know, there are miracles for people to see. Anyway. As I said, on

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the next miracle, this is all mentioned in Surah lm Ronson. The three is number 49. The next one is somebody has just passed away.

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Now this man's clinically dead

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not even a case where you think well, you could revive the person. No, we're talking about probably dead.

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You know, sometimes the patient might have the heartbeat stopping, but they can be alive still. And you just need to give them a shock or something and they can they can wake up. We're not talking about that we're talking about complete dead, you know, the whole colors change, the body's becoming stiff and so on. People have even you know, forget crying over the body. They've shrouded it. They're ready to take it to the grave.

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In some cases is just passed away. People are crying, and they want to basically make the arrangements for the burial. inshallah Salam goes in there with the permission of Allah. He passes his hand over and the person wakes up from the dead.

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Person wakes up from the dead, when he wakes up from the dead, you know what he says he describes the angel of death. He describes how angel of death came to him what he saw how his rule how his soul was taken out how he went out, and then with the, with the permission of Allah and he said, I said, I'm in a habit having that power of Allah given to him in his in his hand, he just passes, you know, his hand over, be inilah with the permission of Allah, that person comes alive. None of this is of the doing of hlsl all of his from Allah. But the fact is that he xlsm showed the people that know there is life after death. And there is, you know, there, you're going to meet it, you're going

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to see that life again after death. Now, again, the question would be, well, you know,

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how about us? Have we ever seen people have ever seen people, any signs of the people

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life after death or people going through this, this face now? Subhanallah You know, there are a lot of studies that are that are being done out there. And there are many doctors, surgeons, especially who are overwhelmed with the amount of cases that they're getting.

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And they can't explain it. We've got explanation on how unreliable I mean honestly, the amount of answers you have in Islam, you will not find that many in any other religion. We know from the Quran, when a person is sleeping, so if you are to drop off the Quran says Surah number 39 and 4042 or 46 the Quran says Allahu yet our file and fusa hanaa Mutya.

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Well, Lottie Lambton would seem Anamika when somebody passes away, their soul is transferred to the next slide. But when somebody sleeps there, so leaves the body,

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Lhasa and now look around

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and just find it for you the reference.

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And number 42, of surah, number 39.

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From sequel Leti, Kabbalah remote are usually

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the one Allah wants to hold back and say, you're not going back to your body, it doesn't go back to the body. And the one allow them to say, okay, you slept tonight, but I'll release you again, I'll give you one more day again to live. That one comes back.

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The moment somebody just drops off sleeping, the room leaves the body.

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And you know, what the surgeons have seen, this is not one surgeon. This is across the globe.

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They have made surgeries operations and so on people on their brain on, you know, parts of the body. And these patients. Not every one of them is Muslim, I think is a Muslim theory. No, it's not a Muslim theory. We're talking about people all over the world of different faiths or no faiths have said,

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okay, numerous, many of them have said, when that when the doctors were operating, they, they came out of the body.

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They saw their own body beneath them. They were above, they're looking down.

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They saw the surgeons what they did, they heard conversations of the surgeons, when the heart is actually out of the body, and the guy is having a heart transplant or something. Or a brain transplant or whatever. It was the brain. Now, It baffles scientists, how can this person you know, we just keep beating him up just about alive? How can he be aware of all the things and he's describing from above what he saw what he heard, whether there were complications and so on, he's describing the whole thing. Some have gone even further. So bahala they've left the room

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they've seen other words

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come back and they've described what doctor went to what Ward and so on and this is you know, you look into it you'll find that and some have gone further above outside of the building.

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And then they've you know, they've seen some of them have seen a large world beneath them or large part of the world beneath him and some have seen a light above Okay, that's all some others. I'm talking about countries like India, Brazil, the UK them in America, wherever you know China you name it. There are numerous reports all over the world. That is now becoming almost unanimous with so many people saying this. So some I've seen the light and some have gone towards the light

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and come back

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And some have gone towards the light

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gone through like what they experienced a doorway because this is exactly in the Hades when you die, you go through a doorway in the heaven. And the end of you know when you see a doorway above full of light and you go through that, some of them through that, and then dead dead family members who have passed away before them

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and then had conversations with them

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while the theater is still operating and the body is down there, they've done this and they've talked and after a while, you know, they say to them, you got to go back now and what do you mean you got to go back now and then suddenly, you know the pull back to the to the world through that doorway again, right into the body and then you know, they wake up after whatever while it is.

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And you know, when you take all these reports together, you know, you see you see the exact description in the hadith of how the soul leaves the body. exact description

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of what happens, except that Allah azza wa jal didn't make mote come Malakal mode never came. They didn't see Angel of Death take them a bit what do you see the Angel of Death come and take you away You're not coming back but

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you're not coming back in the sun. So all these reports talk about this going up there came back and all that or roaming around all that without medical mode taking the soul out of the body. This one that is Elisa Lam does is when molecule mode has come and he's taken the soul out of the body and the person has completely died

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and is there on the journey to the Acura

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and on route to that suddenly they come back to the body

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suddenly they come back to the body what is that this is this is a miracle that Allah azzawajal has given at his hands

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So these are in total for miracles. One is blowing into the bed made of clay and becomes a real bird. One is curing the bone blind. Another one is curing the lepers. Another one is bringing the dead back to life again. And another one is what will not be Akuma coluna Amata de una de boo.

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He alayhi salatu salam was able to tell them by looking at them like imagine the person just walked in. He says this is what you've eaten. This is in your stomach right now.

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He sees right through right through. You want X ray vision? Well, you got X ray vision, he sees right through to the stomach. And he sees what's inside the actual stomach and what they've eaten. Not only that, when they were home, what they you know, when you eat and you say oh, I'll put the rest in the fridge. Okay, put the rest in the fridge or put the rest away. Obviously there are no fridges in that time. But there was ways of preserving the food for the next time you would eat whatever they placed or put away. He Allah gave him the ability to see right through to the houses into the houses right into where the story is what the food they've stored, and he'll say, you know

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what you still hope this is what you stole home?

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How on earth this person say all of that and know all of that. This is from the permission of Allah azza wa jal that he was able to do that to show them

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that there is a lot more beyond what science says a lot more beyond what a person would would would see from the from from their site.

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he says he's saying all of this to who is saying it to his people who he has been sent to in Jerusalem, and and who is trying to call them to the original Torah. And he's trying to tell him that there is an extension of the revelation, and they must follow it. What do these people do? These people, they think this man is a serious threat. Why? Because they have now the rabbi's. Not all the rabbis but some of the rabbis and many of the people within there have made their own gentlemen's club.

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They are in charge. They don't want to listen to this man who's coming to preach the truth. There is no truth. Unless we accept that truth or we tell you what the truth is. It becomes a clash straightaway. This is a religious institution, religious people inside there. And here you have a prophet of Allah azza wa jal who's come to the religious people saying look

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You guys have got it wrong.

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You guys have turned the religion is something and certain things that you're doing is completely wrong. You guys have made Riba halal. That's Haram. You guys have made him zero, you know, eating the swine halala. That is haram, you guys have made, you know, there are many, many things that were done in the religion. You know, if you look at the original religion of musallam, there's only a, there's only, I think, one or two different sects of the, you know, of the of the Jewish nations, and the Jewish sub sects of the religion that actually has something similar to our theme.

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Like if you look at some of the Hasidic Jews, if you look at the Hasidic Jews, so the hammer allowed him. One brother once gave me a key, the book, a book of beliefs of the Hasidic Jews, when I read the book of beliefs, their book of beliefs, when I read it, I thought I was reading our own aqidah.

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Seriously, I thought I was reading most of our nakida if you look at the Hasidic Jews, a lot of them, they have full, full coverage. If you look at them, and you look at Muslim women, you've everything, I don't know what the difference is from one to the other. If you look at them, when they wash themselves, their washing is very similar to will do if you look at them when they pray, the prayer is similar to what we do. And and the point is that their original musasa religion had salah and zakai, Salah Shannon's original religion had salah and czaka, because you mentioned I mentioned that a couple of you know, a couple of lessons back that it was salah and Zakat Allah gave

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and they change it like right now if you go to the Christian faith, and you ask about fasting, they have lent, right fasting of Lent in eastern time or Near Eastern time. And their fasting is you know, our fasting so highlight is from morning or dawn to dusk, don't even eat anything drink anything.

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If you look at Maria alayhis salam

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Ala Moana, if you look at that, you'll find more or less the same thing. When she was fasting. She was just not eating at all. And even then, she said should should should cut down on her speech how much he speaks, because she wants to be devoted to Allah azza wa jal and the fasting today the Christians is you choose one favorite food item and you just fast that for one month. Allahu Akbar. So you like cheese? You say, I'm not gonna have cheese for one month? Wow.

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That is some tough fast, bro.

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Yeah, some tough fast.

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You know, that's, that's what they've made the religion. today. I'm not trying to downgrade the religion in any way. But what I'm trying to say is that if you look into the history of musala, Sam Dean or you look at it, at the end, you will find some sub sects that are actually following a lot more of what we are doing. So if you look at the Orthodox Christians, you will find that they are, they are totally different from the Catholics and the Protestants. And if you look at the Orthodox ones, from country to country, look at the Russian Orthodox Christians, you look at the Greek Orthodox Christian, you will find differences amongst them, and you will find some are more Orthodox

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and others. And why you the column orthodox is almost like saying that out there, it'd be too archaic.

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And in Guys, please watch out here. You know, as guys with the beard, beard, sisters with the hijab, and normal five times daily prayers. Soon, there's a time to come when they go to call us orthodox

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Purana You're too old, you're too old. That's what they're going to be calling us. Like they're too strict with the religion that too fanatic will be being called fanatics. And I'm saying, Yeah, well, that is that is the move that is happening. today. If you look at Christianity, if you look at Judaism, that is what's happened, the original people who follow the real or close to following the real religion, most of the Jews don't even give them any credit. Most Christians don't give those Christians any credit.

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They're like, Ah, forget them. Like this. There's some weird people, in some weird people got a weird way of following Christianity. But if you look at us, and then we're quite similar, right? Because similar because we sticking to the original part of what came in our revelation.

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And what happens when he celestron comes to the new slide and is trying to get them to change. What they do is they make their own Gentlemen's Club, which means that you my friend, you're not invited here. And if you don't stay zap up, we're going to cause you some harm. I'll give you a typical example of this. If you want to understand this. Sometimes, and I'm pleased i'm not i'm not stereotyping here, okay. Okay. Sometimes you have certain mustards.

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an Imam comes in.

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He wants to like, propagate what the truth is. And there's already a religious establishment that is running the mosque.

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And they're saying,

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Man is speaking too much, you know, he's speaking too much. If he wants to tell the truth, you better ask us which truth to tell. You know, I'm saying like,

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you can say the truth for which truth to tell and if he says it is true, truthful, and we're gonna have to get rid of him, sack him from the most, get rid of him.

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So if you understand that one, you understand this one, they did not like he Salah salah and the main reason why they didn't like him, because Allah says that in the Holy Quran, he says,

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This is Surah number two, and number 87.

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Allah says,

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Allah God.

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Yeah, well I got a data moussaka. Surely we gave musala ceram. The book Torah was fine and embody the Rasul. And then one after another messenger one after another messenger we followed musala Salah with many messages to the venom slay will attain a certain amount by the net we gave, he saw the son of Mary Jesus the son of Mary we gave him many clear clear clear signs there were miracles that he brought, what I gather now will be rubella kudos, and we gave him strength by Allah Salaam, being on his side is one of the unique things that a salesianum had was that he had the power of rural produce Now again, there's different interpretation what is rural produce

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rural kudos is is either is

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the the power of debris, lolly salon, so JIRA salon was very close to a solid salon, and he gave him strength in his mission, either what that all, according to some scholars, and interpreters of the Quran, or people you could add, they have said, kudos are the are a very high elite group of angels that are in the highest heaven, the seventh heaven or above. And they are the highest of all the angels and laws created. And together they create, there are many angels amongst them, we don't know how many, but together they create an extreme and a very powerful force.

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And when they put their strength towards something on the earth, that thing on the earth will get the support of them and we'll get the we'll get the help. And it's that power that a salad salad had so those angels were on the side of a salad salad and they were helping him either the first one or the second one. And this is the reason why the bonus slide, they opposed a salad salad. Allah says after Kula, Kumasi what Allah says to the what, whenever a messenger will come to you people be mad.

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And for sukoon, whenever messenger will come to you, people with something with your own egos don't desire or don't like, when you don't like something, but they're telling you gotta change your ways, is that bottom, you're going to not become arrogant. And you're going to, you know, go against them, and say, who's he looked down on them, you're going to do that Friday on Friday, and

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there's a group of them that you just denied outrightly offering a contract contact alone, and a group of them you just killed?

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You're going to do that every time messenger comes to you.

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And then Allah says, What carlu una Wolf, some of them would go the extended and say, Well, you know, these are the Bruce Riley, they started it and it carried on in our Rasulullah sallallahu asthmas time.

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But they said this in the time of release on Instagram as well. And two other messages. You know what they said? They said, Man, my heart is very hard.

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I gotta be problem. My heart is really hard.

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You don't know you think that if God wanted to change my heart, and make it saw today? Could that God not make my heart So? So who problem is it boy?

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Is it my problem of God's problem?

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union. This is the nature of the blue novel. Heart, his heart. Can't do anything. He find don't like him. I don't like him. Put him in. You don't like him try. Try to change yourself. Because you don't like this messenger because the messenger is saying something that is a truthful and you have become habituated on lies habituated on things that are wrong, and therefore you don't like it.

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Now, let me let me make this quite clear. Most of the people on the earth, that I've got a problem with a religion on the earth, it is because of this very reason

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that the Eagles don't like what the religious people are saying.

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You guys see what I'm trying to say.

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When you go to a place where they've got drinking, going on prostitution, going on gambling going on, and these people are doing it day in, day out, day in, day out, and then they're like, when the night time comes, they can't sit around, they've got to go there, they're gonna play cards, if nothing else, or play cards there, they'll sit there, they'll bring their smoke there, they'll, you know, they'll chitchat the they'll have women there, they'll have drugs there. If nothing else, they'll just go there and just idolize just become, you know, idle there. And they become habituated to that when people make their habit insane, and they've completely suck themselves in that, then,

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you know, to tell those people, they just can't they just can't get out of you know, they just can't get out of it. And what do they do they turn on to the one who's telling them to get out of it. Look, man, you take your you're putting women to prostitution,

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your your committee, you know that you are selling drugs amongst people, you become a mini mafia in this place, you know that you are causing oppression on people causing them harm, you know, it's wrong deep inside, you wouldn't want the same thing to yourself. So you know, it's wrong. And he knows it's wrong. But you know what, he still wants to do it. Why? Because it's become very, very lovable. This whole now May Allah protect us say, I mean, honestly, any person who goes to that direction, they first they don't like it, they feel guilty. Slowly, slowly, they get used to it. And after a while, they enjoy it. And then they become so sucked into it, that it becomes their life.

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It's their life.

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And you try and change them, they'll turn against you, they'll even try and kill you. And this is what happens. You know, the menu slide, they became so corrupted, they started to take the Torah, the Book of Allah, and they took Russia, they took

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bribes. And because of the bribes, they did what they like, they changed because when powerful people came to them with money, with women with gifts, they said, no problem under the table, no problem. They changed the book of Allah, the Torah, they changed the actual law because of those bribes that they took

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in the Quran. I'll just give you a quick reference, you can check it

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later on.

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This is Surah number five. And number 62. What are our kathira mean whom you'll see many of them you saw their own, if you will advance, they will rush towards sin and towards

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towards going beyond the limit, you know, when they exceed limits in in harming others or doing something wrong? We're actually the most sought and they're consuming of bribery. lobbyists American Yamato very bad is what they do. Lola Yun ha ha murabaha Yun Allah says, Why don't the people who are the who are upholding the religion?

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The people who are religious about the people who are either monks, priests or whatever people who are, you know, rabbis and so on, why don't they prevent them from the sinful speech and from them consuming this bribe? lobbyists American Yes, now on a very evil thing that they have actually created. Now guys, we're living in a time where within our own religion, people are changing, trying to change the laws.

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You know, what I'm talking about people are all sorts of laws, they're trying to change, they're trying to change even the whole fabric of Edina said a few things last week. I want to say one more thing to you this week. There is a there is a movement to say, you know, you know salada we do Sarah, up and down. There's a movement to say why do you have to pray like this?

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There's a movement to say prayer is prayer of the heart.

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Brother My heart is connected with Allah.

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I cannot five times a day, that is my Salah. There's a movement on the earth to do this to redefine what Salah is there's a movement on the earth to say when you make dua to Allah, the Shahada.

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there are people who are questioning why we have to go to work. And then basically you know, we can't we we can't praise the deaf I'm not gonna pray.

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You know, people, people

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When they want to, when they get sucked into something, they want to look for ways to make it a holiday, I can look on my, on my social media, I've just got Facebook or my social media and normally when you meet people, like most people won't be able to ask me all questions fine. And I'm not going to give you the names of these people, but the kind of things that I get sometimes the questions recently, I got one person saying to me,

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he said to me, brother, I said,

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he said, Is it okay to do boxing?

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He wants to do but he said, He's getting into boxing. He's he's got into it. He's actually doing boxing. And he's actually making some good progress in the boy equals good progress. Right? If you look at his profile, you'll see that he's becoming one of those next boxes, big boxes. Yeah. So he's asked me, is it okay? I said, No, it's not enough. First I said to him, I said, why would you want to do something with the progress that allows not only not to do which is to hit on the face to hit on the faces? Not right. So he said, but is it Hannah?

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Is Alaska? Is it holiday? So I said to him, Look, this is the howdy it says don't strike the face. And plus, you could have concussions because a lot of boxes later on in life, they feel it because they've got hit so many times in the head. It's not just boxes is even American football. There's been studies on American football, you know when they head but one another even though they've got a helmet that concussions over time has a problem on the brain creates problems in the brain. So so why would you want to do that the Quran says Allah tala qu, Big Kahuna taluka. Don't use your own hands to cause your own destruction. Don't do that.

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You know, he said he sent me another message. But share is there any share in the word law says is okay.

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Is there any other opinion

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this is you know, the guy sucked into it. He wants to find the opinion. I said he's then is asking again. Is it is it haram boko haram full stop.

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Thank you, which means I'm going to find another chef. You're not my you know, my cup of tea.

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And then you've got a number of things that you've got people ask you this is the reason why most religious people fight with non word not most non religious people will fight with religious people. Why? Because of this fact that they're How are their own egos and desires has become something which has got habituated with what they're doing. And they don't want they don't want to listen to the other side. People who are sucked into a relationship, a harem relationship. They know they can't get in the garden. But they haven't got the taqwa of Allah. They haven't got the fear of a law, they do not have the conscience of a law they stuck inside the you know what they do. After a while they

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start justifying it. They start justify, but it's gotta be okay. You know, she came to me, I came.

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You know, God created love in our hearts. What can we do? People people say, they can't justify because it's got to be

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wrong. Why would this happen must be the author of a law, submit the fate of a law. You know, they probably had a sandwich together city, Allah wrote half the salary for me and her, we must have been for some reason, you know, like,

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a twist this whatever, you got to try and make a pathway for yourself. So what do these people do in a salary sometime? They not only denied him, but they started to plot against him. And he says,

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I've come to you for the reason and this is number three, number 51, most of the Kalima, Avenida de la mina Torah, I will be testifying individually on this earth who will tell you the rights of the Torah and the wrongs that you people have created. I will tell you the rights and the wrongs. I will tell you what originally was there and I will tell you what you've actually done because this was a really really blasphemous thing that they did. Now. He then added on Wali, Allah mavala de la creme something that had been prohibited for you I will make it harder for you again through you know, Allah azza wa jal telling me to make it harder again for you. Now

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there's one other side that I need to mention, you know, when he Salah Salam produced those miracles, obviously he had a very powerful effect on some people because we know it's a miracle on the on the earth and they got no way of disproving the miracle. But at the same time, another extreme started. Some of his followers looked at this and they started to believe that he must have some godly nature. Okay. Now, obviously in his time, nobody worshipped him.

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In his time, nobody worshiped him in his time nobody worshiped his mother.

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lobby pleased with them. But after they went from the earth, then Christians many Christians start to worship a Salah Salama started to worship Marian. Why? Because they they went to an extreme of love. And there are two, two ways a person can go wrong. One is this extreme where your passion, your desire, your ego is basically making you feel that No, no, I'm not gonna accept that. You know, you I'm on the right, you're on the wrong one is that extreme? another extreme is you get into the religion and you go to an extreme in the religion. And that's what many Christians ended up doing. Because Allah azza wa jal, he will question a Salah Salam on the Day of Judgment, not because he's

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trying to put a Salah Salem down, but he wants the Christians of our time to listen to the verse, and he wants to reveal the truth of the nature of a salad salad. So Allah will say this is Surah number five ID number

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116 wave column law when Allah will say on the day, gentlemen, yeah, he's an Imodium. Over Isa he's addressing is Alexander in front of the entire world. In front of all the people from the first and the last. Oh, Isa, son of Mario and Colton Enos, did you you did you say to the people, it is Looney omya ella Hi my name is Daniela Oh people

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take me and my mother as to God's did you say that? Did you tell them to worship you and your mother? He will say Subhana Allah Allah you're free for more blame your your sublime. My occasionally an apple malaise LED.

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I have got no authority and no way Can I say something? Which is not for me to say, which is not the which is not the truth. I can't make a forge ally

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you know against you or against religion or saying something which I shouldn't say in Kotaku, our law. If I had said it for her the alimta you would know of it. tala Murphy nuptse Allah Allah Murphy nuptse you know exactly everything inside me. But I don't know anything about you was what your being and your existence is about in a cantar lambu. For You are the one that has the knowledge of all the greatest knowledge of all the Unseen World mahkota nahoon illa ma amantani v be unable to lobby. All I said to them was exactly what you told me to say to them, which was that they should worship Allah I said to them worship Allah My Lord is Allah your Lord is Allah worship Him? Welcome

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to Allah him shahida madam to see him and I was watching over them and trying to see them as long as I was amongst them. Parramatta were fatally but when you took me from the earth to the heavens, couldn't Antara de la, la, you then watched over

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$1 condition Shaheed and you have

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you have your presence over everything in the room. He's saying this very gently to allow into the boom for him.

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If you decide to punish them,

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then they're still your service is trying to appeal to allow life you punish them, then you're punishing none other than your servants. We're in Tukwila home, but if you forgive them, then you are the most mighty You are the most wise.

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And he's appealing to Allah azzawajal on the day of judgment to say forgive these people. Now, the thing is, if you if you know what I just said to you, if you can convey that to your Christian friends, you know what, at least something will will hit deep down there. Somebody will hit deep down there. So there's two extremes that happened. One he was dealing with abundance, right. Another one was going to come within his own followers that would take him as a god. And that was another extreme that he had to work with. And inshallah next week we'll carry on what I'll do is I'll start off with the hikma and the wisdom of a Salah he's talking about the Hitman is Darwin Sharma and

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other things.

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