Hadith 8

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washing is

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from that I have a photo of your on camera and

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the purpose of the law some of the pizza or medical echocardiogram ness

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the Vatican Hospital

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in Islam itself Ramallah

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I have been commanded to find the people until they testify that there is no god the alarm muscles were established the prayers give this a cat and a B do this. They will protect the the bytes in the property except for the rights of Islam which is a crime that

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calls for words capital punishment in the habit of Islam, what what is that and the reckoning is with a lot

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now when you hear this like this adventure with people in some people in the audience are struggling.

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But the idea here is if you feel uncomfortable, then you have to get yourself comfortable with the hobbies Otherwise, this is quite a Muslim. So this is a hobby for me it's agreed upon and slightly offended if you don't get yourself comfortable with it, if you don't understand it until you're comfortable with it and you know how to answer questions about it.

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Then this is like fire under the you know the answers. It will be it will be a sort of suspicion in your heart of it will devour your faith and there is nothing that devours faith more than suspicions. More than suspicions as to perhaps a certain diminished level of Schopenhauer suspicion is worse than the patient must have a desire and craving. Because after at the end of the day, particularly back home in our countries, a lot of people they

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come out and

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so on and so forth.

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It's about corner weakness.

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You know, they take bribes, more weakness, they can access needless more weakness, a lot more weakness happens.

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But as long as there is no you know, devil in the hearts about the Eman about a lot about the Prophet about the after, then they can overcome the word weakness, they can return, they can come back the worst thing is to have suspicion.

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And it is certainly

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certainly imprudent that that you would cover up the suspicion

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the fire department can calm down a little bit and leave it like this. It will still be alive The fire is still alive in their hearts unless you can

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remove the fire and find the right answers to the questions in your mind or to the questions that you are presented with. This is also extremely important with our youth because they have more

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involvement with the people, the non Muslims then we do

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keep in mind regardless

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of how associated you are, our kids will will have more involvement, because they are considered to be not like us for him.

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You know, you could be

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like a NASA scientist, and you could have a PhD, like 300 PhDs together and you can

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perfect, you know,

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more than perfect better than native. But if you did not grow up in America, you did not, you know, go through the same experiences like the band, they don't consider you to be really

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one of them. So, our kids will be considered to be like them so that they will be more open with them. And they will ask them questions that they may be afraid to ask us. Or they may shy away from asking

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our political correctness or this or that, but then they become friends with some of our kids and so on. They'll they will ask them those questions. So we must our markets with all the answers correct answers are proper answers. Okay. So remember,

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I have recommended to find the people who don't, because the fact that there is no control on communism, before the prayer, establish the prayer, it gives them

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the tools to help protect them perfected their

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lifespan, the properties, actually it has been reported that we use this against Homer argued with him about, you know, fighting against the,

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the capitalist holders.

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The farmer with alarm, said to him, there is a variance report, in which the southern does not mention the salon visicalc. And that's what former US against the back and has many reports of those controversial authenticity that will back September the processors have also said, when you finish salary, they can decide that there is not and establish the players and gives again, who are the people in this habit? That is a question we can ask them as medical practitioners have been commanded by the people? Who are the people in this country?

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The second question, why was he commanded to find them until they testify that there is no go along with his messenger and, you know, establish the prayers and performance account? The third question, if those people are not all the people in the world, what about the rest of the people in the world?

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So the answer to the first question is, who are the next in this, this is, this is in reference to the word of the mess here is in reference to

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the people of Arabia, not all the people. And the word of the word could be used in its general

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general working imply a specific or indication or house may have a specific implication over the wording of it as

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such as what it says and the Nina fundamental message.

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Facts are

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to whom the people said the people gathered up against you. Certainly,

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in the mass of

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the people set them the people are conspiring against you, they're gonna go up against you could not meet all the people who told them that all the people were gathering up against them.

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So in last year was used in the wording was General, but the implication is specific. The implications of this Hanif also, application specific, is this something that we are making up now to explain away the meaning of the hobbies? No.

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Why not? Because in many other reports, the profits of a lot is

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talked about.

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This year, I talked about

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the covenant,

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peace treaties, and so on and so forth. And many other reports in historical reports. We know that we did not fight against

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the people. So unless here is the people of Arabia, and why was the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded to fight those people of Arabia, and they established the prayers.

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A lot of responses for prayers then gives the cat

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because a lot of time I've wanted there to be a creative for Islam.

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Agreed before Islam, a launching pad, a platform for Islam to spread from it to the rest of the world.

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And the Arab tribes would have never allowed a set of established civilization to prosper until they have been subdued it feudal tribes, nomadic tribes that have always been involved in trouble. And in order for a civilization to have its cradle in this area,

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you have to subdue those stripes, they have to be completely subdued. And there was nothing that would subdue the air. So the personality is a little bit over

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little bit of rebellion in their personality. And, you know, it's not really converted to Islam do that, not that

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it would be extremely hard to subdue them, unless they are convinced. And then you could make you know, torchbearers and instead of having to worry about their treachery, and the evil do and so on forever, and Islam being surrounded by tribes that are few that are combative, and so on, and so forth. So, and this year was not accepted of those people. Because most people are not people that you could actually deal with them in this way. Unless you have completely subdued them, they would have you, they would have not been a chance for Islam to have a stable cradle,

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in that area of the world, or in that land. So it was the purpose of this commanded synoptic jizya for most people, and to fight until we have accepted Islam and establish the prayers and Givens

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not to fight until Islam goes into the parks, keep in mind that the end of the Hobbes law said what the prophet SAW someone said, Well, why is that the recommend is with a law firm will continue to be one efforts.

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But that's it, you know, all I need is, is to subdue them externally, so that there is an established creditor for this civilization, Islamic civilization that will start, you know, now. So once the our experiment is subdued, whatever is in their hearts, the reckoning is with a loss of power. So America, no party, NASA, NASA, here are the people of Arabia, based on other reports, based on history based on everything, and NASA would not be in a perpetual war against all the people in the world.

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So let's get started on this. I have been commanded to five minutes to people, and we sent the people of Arabia, they have been singled out by this, you know, problem, which is the fight notizia fight until they have been all subdued, because it was meant for this part of the land to be the cradle of Islam. And it was extremely hard for them to allow this to happen, without being completely without being completely subdued.

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What about the rest of the people?

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What is the ruling with regard to the rest of the people?

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What we find, you know, at some scholars would say that these are issues that are controversial, and then we usually talk about them with complete transparency. But when we fight, on the basis of the three other choices that were given to the Romans and Persians, there were three choices that were given to the Romans and provisions, one of those,

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this era, or

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does this apply to all the people?

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does this apply to all the people in the world?

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Aside from the Persians of Romans, someone who say yes.

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Don't be afraid to say yes.

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But in my

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understanding, is the stronger understanding, as I believe it does not apply to all the people in the world?

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why it doesn't apply, based on you know, the parameters of loss.

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And if they were inclined to peace, then you should also be inclined to peace. That means a peace treaty and agreement that will, you know, resolve the conflict and, you know, spare us the ironies of war.

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They want to fight the beast and you should also be playing for peace. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, as reported authentically from abuse, okay now from one of the companions of the Prophet and someone that has not been named, but it does refer to the chain, because all the companions are credible

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that the

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private sector

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can not leave alone.

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As long as we leave you alone, leave alone the Turks, as long as they do, you know, what

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was the meaning. So it means Leave, leave alone, the MC is uncertain, as long as they leave you alone, Why fight against the Persians and Romans. So, when they are asking for advice,

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to firefight, those of farms that are adjacent to you, it does not mean a perpetual war against all the people that share mortgages with us, but it meant the people that were next to them, the Romans and the Persians, the Persians and the Romans, based on the other reports, based on the air

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mean, really did that the left around the absenteeism. So, what's the difference between prisons and Romans that have seen those sections?

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There it is part of the difference.

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The idea here is structure the therapy is a system whereby all the subjects will suffer. You know, the, you know, the people under the structure, the therapy, like the bureaucracy, it's a tyrannical bureaucracy. So pyramidal structure of governance, where you have one system that has complete control over the people all over the lens. So the people that were subjects of the Roman Empire were suffering, whether we were, you know, either minor, whether they were in Rome, and they were not considered to be of the elitist whether they were Morocco, whether they were suffering, because it's one

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parameter, bureaucratic structure, you know, system after And

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now, the apison ins, they have a structured system as well, we have a kidney and we have, you know, the system of governance was was quite structured as well, but they weren't.

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They were not unfair,

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as we know, that the province was, you know, advise the Sahaba to go to the senior because the game was affair. And Justin.

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So what about the Turks?

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The Turks were all the nomadic tribes in Asia Minor.

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So it's not particularly turkey now, you know, but

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Turkish people in Turkey now are most people are of those people. So, what about the Turks?

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Why is the province of Southern say

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what to

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do not organized, and if you have like a system of you know, nomadic tribes, that is not a bibliographic structured system,

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you know, generally does not become suffocating to the subjects, because basically, you don't like it here, you move away nomadic tribes, you know, if you take your attention away,

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so, it does not become a suffocating as the, you know,

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it is basically organized therapy is extremely horrific, because everybody is under this umbrella.

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So, in this case, in this case, the progress of some said, Now,

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we understand from this, that we're not fighting everybody, it's not a perpetual war against all the people that chair the chair.

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So when is their war?

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First of all, the idea of the use of force itself is an idea that basically Garner's the the approval of most people, it's a matter of consensus. The pacifists in this world are very, very, very, very few. And very, very, very inconsequential.

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You know,

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every country in this world,

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right, that's a that's basically an admission

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of the necessity of the use of force, sometimes what matters is what the justification, what is the justification, but the principle of using force is a is an agreed upon principle. So that talk about war should not be, you know, should not create any form of sensitivity, because all humanity agreements, the use of force and some sometimes

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the issue is the justification

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and the conduct,

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you know, of a fight of

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fighting or

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the conduct of the people while they do this, and the consequences of this data. So, in terms of it

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the justification where do you find justifications for World War and beforehand

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where we're actually putting some of the justification

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445 in the cost of of love, and love Even those who fight against you, while I'm trying to guess not,

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not everyone for them for a lot is not like the transgressors. So that is one justification.

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Whereas the other

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so this is defensive war, is war on Islam, limited defensive, we always fall in those dichotomies and we have to defensive offensive defensive offensive, it is not only defensive, but it does not mean that it is it is professionally offensive. It could be offensive.

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It could be offensive.

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It could be offensive, such as in this

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particular video

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not on

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there Why don't you find me because of Allah while most of our 11 represented on the table and the oppressed amongst the men women and children and Alina Hakuna abandon better efforts and I'm going to have the advantage over those who prior to

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the labor aspirant this village was people our fancy dresses for most people, our offices

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here and sent to us from you, someone who give us support was on CentOS for me, someone who will give us victory. So why to be out there and say goodbye, patriarch 500 years after the Muslims took over, you know, greater Syria and parts of Asia Minor Heroes is

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you know,

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diary, that loss of power, that God, the Lord of vengeance, having witnessed the evil of the Roman Empire and so on so forth, sent to us from the regions of the South the children of Ishmael deliberateness, this is a big country artists, this is a Christian man was saying that, yes, my rights came that came to us from the regions of the South to deliver us from the third half the Romans, which were also Christians, and this is 500 years after Islamic rule over MTR proceeding battlin ntrk City.

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So it's not you know, someone who did not really figure out what the Muslims will do. No, they have been under the Muslim rule for 500 years. So that is the second justification. And both justifications are spotless, and you could defend them, you know, on rational basis, without any, you know, hesitancy or reluctance. Now, the conduct of war.

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Keep in mind that your arguments will not be complete, particularly if you're talking to Jews and Christians, I'm telling you break to them from the Bible, verses the talk about four from Joshua from the Toronto me, you know, from Genesis from all over the place, the verses that talk about war, and he attempted to compare the justification of war here, and the justification of war there, that conflict of war here, and the conduct of war later, when his data was, you know, the seated people here and what's not within the feet of people there, that if you may really make a table of comparison, the comparison will be you

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would be shocked, because you will be shocked at how the tables were turned on us. Like, wait a second, you know, the verses of the Bible are full of, you know, everybody, you're all the young, male and female, you know,

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even the children, except, you know, the version woman that did not sleep with anyone keeps them for themselves. That's their, you know, that's Moses, you know, says that in Deuteronomy.

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So in Joshua and the Kindle, every living creature in the city, even the oxygens and so on and so forth, and the birth the city.

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So, if you make a table of comparison between justification, justification, conduct, conduct, and then treatment of the fetus,

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the answer will be quite clear.

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Now, the

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folders you know,

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most user reports about the best conduct of war. And some of these reports can provide some sort of

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When I say

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civilian, what I say companion philosophy and what I see for the purpose of this

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word came in in the setting. So don't give a woman say Fanfan alien, which is like a very elderly man,

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Serbian child, what are us even law sees is the noncombatant attachment to the army or the non combatants member in the army, did this point into the conduct of war, exemplify exemplary conduct more was in the process of assessment

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when the burned some trees because it was essential for them, during the war, Allah subhanaw taala sent a various amount in my pocket Molina.

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So you have a business, whenever you have cut a palm tree or left standing on its roots, that was by the permission of as if, as if you need the permission from afar direct permission from Allah, not to kill an animal in the process of someone forbade them

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from killing an animal except for foods,

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except for food. But as if, even with the trees, you need the bat, you need a specific permission from Allah to cut a tree. So I told them, do not feel bad about your cutting of some of the palm trees for the necessity of war, whatever palm trees that you cut for the necessity of war, that goes by permission from us.

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So it's exemplary conduct of war. And then the treatment of the subjects afterwards.

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Don't you know don't get into the details, you know, there are historical reports that from here, so, next year, we can talk about the historical importance, and how the subjects in very first land in masses, because of the Justice they were treated with. But in all honesty, the truth is right there in the you know, great historical events cannot be hidden, the great historical events cannot be hidden. Whenever the Muslims particularly during

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the the conquered land, they have been received by acceptance, and millions of people converted even when the Muslims were conquered. You know, the factor is when they conquered the Muslims. That factor is accepted the contrary the Muslim nations and Islam conquered the hearts right, as they say. So when they conquered the Muslim lands, it's not conquered the hearts and the factor became some of the best Muslims. You know, it established one of the greatest empires in India.

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Islamic empires,

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they themselves that they were the hardest, harshest on the muslimeen during the sort of

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the peak of their power, but quickly thereafter, they themselves accepted Islam and established an empire and an Islamic empire. So all these issues must be we must really be aware of them. We must really talk about them with our kids. Explain to them all these issues, you know the statement of comparison

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You should actually give this as an assignment to your kids in high school or in college. Or why would you make a table

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put, you know, the justification for word here, and the Bible,

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in the Bible and in this lab and so on, and let them

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you know, a lot of resources online, but it is important that you address these questions and not, you know,

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some of them under the rug, and we'll just say that they will go away by themselves. And so I addressed them, talked about the transparency with the children, until they come to some degree of conviction where you feel comfortable now. They are stable, and now this will not come back and

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you know, hurt that hurt the face or lesions that

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were used to stop