Hatem al-Haj – He was the Final Prophet #4

Hatem al-Haj
AI: Summary © The historical necessity of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, including personal hygiene, actions of worship, and treatment of problems of old age and family, is emphasized. The conflict between theipped Elephant and theipped Elephant movement is discussed, along with the importance of comfort and ease in the culture of the world. The history and potential profit of the Bible is also discussed, including its use in various religiousields and its historical significance. The speaker concludes with a discussion of the importance of language and its potential political and political influence.
AI: Transcript ©
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So going back to the slide, we love that this slide.

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also for the sisters in the back who just came in.

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So we're talking about the signs of the prophet to the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, when a friend approached it differently, because what comes to mind first is the miracles of the prophet SAW some of them beforehand and the physical miracles of the Prophet. But what we wanted to do today, which was what we have been doing since the morning is that we have been going through the historical necessity of his prophethood, meaning that

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his prophet was was necessary who ever lived in the world during the thumb of the Prophet must have known that something must happen, the law must send a messenger

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and we went over the biblical prophecies, and we went over the conditions of the world at the time,

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which necessitated the coming of a profit. And then we spoke about the person of the prophet SAW Selim and his personality, his character, his bravery, his honesty,

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forbearance, and endurance, or perseverance, his optimism, and all of these signs on his prophet when we talked about the companions as well, which is another testimonial of his prophethood. And what we have been dealing with last night is his religion muscle to that he was sent with his testimony

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on the veracity of the message itself, the message testifies itself as a message from God. And we went over the creed that he came to teach, the simplest, most perfect of Creed's that does not conflict with the mind does not conflict

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with logic whatsoever. And then we talked about the legislations or the laws that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us. And we were talking about laws in different areas, we're talking about personal hygiene, talking about

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acts of worship and the benefits that have been proven through studies to resolve the different acts of worship when it's done. And we talked about even financial transactions, found the perfect system that was put together the previous one of God on the broker, which is over.

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It's basically

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excessive risk taking in transactions, or excessive speculation and transactions, the prohibition of usury or river, and all of these things and now we're talking about some of the

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laws in Islam, how Allah, Allah subhanaw taala was in a

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northcom, near preferred location for the safety of the shape of the evil opening the road to other evils.

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So, we were shown this map This map shows the prevalence of HIV in the world and areas of twice prevalence are these areas with the darkest colors and areas where the lowest prevalence already areas with the lightest color is this the the lightest, so, lightest is Muslim, Muslim, Muslim, Muslim, and Muslim.

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addition to this, we also have qualifiers area which is called thing for any which is the Muslim populated area was the lightest,

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prevalence of HIV. And the beauty of this legislation is that the perfection of even the instructions that we were given, or the vehicle of the instructions, or the modality of transmission, the words have been always perfectly superb, because the law says, nor come near to fornication and he did not say nor form a cake, because there are a lot of other measures that has to be respected,

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to be upheld in order for us to avoid fornication because you can not avoid it, if you engage in all of the precursors of it or the capitalists, or the rules that need to because it's a slippery slope, extremely slippery slope so that the perfection here and the usage of words like a club not not as a lot of trouble center Don't come near it, meaning you have observed chastity observe proper dress code observe proper rules of mixing between the two genders conduct the between the two genders, the prophet forbade us from seclusion

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Prophet forbade us from improper mixing, there are those regulations that men need to observe, and women need to observe in order for us to avoid that insanity of itself or to end up at the bottom of the slippery slope.

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deviation from the, and then the treatment of problems of old age and the family laws in Islam in general and the emphasis on the extended family.

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This is extended family, on the maternal is like the mother. So Islam does not only provide

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basically structions, regarding joining the kinship in terms of your mother, your father, your spouse, your children, but expanded beyond this. So the front of the arm is concerned, the farmer, I'm concerned that

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we worship the two ministers

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who said to him, you worship your father on the corner off your your, your God, your God, and your worship the God on your father's and include this my uncle expands the circle of family, many

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of the, even the punishments, but in order for us to actually.

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So all of the those instructions, and actually this is the these are these are the pictures that I told you before about the monkey that was on a diet and the monkey that was not alive.

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tend to love to 27 is on a calorie restricted diet and only 29 eats whatever he wants. So this is kind of nice, whatever he wants, and you look at how much more youthful this looks versus this one, although they are very comfortable age.

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And the prophet SAW someone told us it little and the Prophet told us eat mindfully.

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Not only let it but he also told us to eat more mindfully and he told us it also.

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What a barrier. The prophet SAW Solomon's committee reports

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for being eating the shells, eating animals and drinking their milk and if you think of the filth eating animals, would you remember what you know mad cow disease for feeding animals they used to crush the remains of livestock, you know that they seized livestock, press them incinerate them, and make them protein supplement that when they were feeding the other animals this was the only way to transmit the prions that will cause the mad cow disease because those prions are not killed through the usual incineration, which would kill viruses and bacteria but would not kill prions

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the cause of the mad cow disease.

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So that is prohibited.

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So eat wholesome eat wholesome pork and this is Joel Osteen. If you actually listen to him on the provision of pork and

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he's a priest, he's a pastor. It's on YouTube, you put your steel on pork and it will pop up is talking about the prohibition of

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and a look at this when it's when it's when they advertise 0% alcohol 0% alcohol is what the brand says. You know 0% of that study booth means completely avoided mean 0%

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it proportionately the prophet SAW Selim also prescribed for us like you know advised us to eat proportionately and it is embodied in

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the profits on the long side of themselves are prescribed for you cow's milk for the eat of old trees and most half cure for all diseases and in a different report by clicking on only the profit zone seven stay away from cows meat, meaning eat liver, cows meat, but drink more milk eat less meat. That's what the prophet SAW sent him. So because the cows The milk is more balanced, he said, Because cows eat from old trees. So the milk they produce is more proportionate than the meat. So the milk is more proportionate as a diet more balanced as a bite. Then cows meat so this is not a prohibition of cows meat. It's just like, you know, it is scourging excessiveness, which we Muslims

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sometimes do. We eat a lot of meat right?

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We do.

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And the process is so easy. This is my report from Alison putana that the prophet SAW someone forbade anyone from drinking while standing. But then I said, we said what about eating and he replied, is worse and more harmful. So that this is exactly what the researchers from Duke University said. They said, If you really want to watch your diet, stop eating while walking, stop eating while watching TV, stop eating while you're while standing, stop eating on the go. Sit down and make your foot your food.

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Consumption of ritual. So you sit down and the table and you sort of respect the ritual of eating and only then you will be able to eat mindlessly versus mindfully versus mindlessly.

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And that's you know, the wall street journal about this article first ask yourself how hungry you are perfect instructed us to ask ourselves how hungry we are, take time to appreciate the food system. Sasha Laurie psychotherapist, integrative medicine, perpendicular diversity and stopping just before your full idea the about five and a half on that seven point scale.

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Five and a half. That's what she said, five and a half is pretty much two thirds, five and a half out of seven is two thirds. And the Prophet said one third for your food, one third for your drink, and one third for eight. So she's saying food and drink. You start with the five, five and a half. How that seven point scale that takes discipline and practice. It's a far cry from the mindless way many of us eat while walking, working or watching TV. So eat mindfully is something that we have been instructed to do.

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Zina and beautification and I really can't sleep Sleep guidance even when it comes to sleep and how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam instructed us and how in the best sleep hygiene

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observer he

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used to like it's like asleep before it or talk after it. So he used to sleep early. And he would be instructed, you know, the best kiama laid the Mr. Kham Kham, how can I guide Well,

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when I'm also to say, the best light or the light prayer is my pair of my brother used to sleep half of the night, that's the first half of the night, where all of the studies said that sleep is his best during this time, and then stand up for in prayer for one third of the night. And then sleep for one sixth of the night, which the studies have shown to be also

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important for memory, important for the vitality of your your memory throughout the day. And then peel off MSRP last appeal, take a midday nap the province of Southern Sanford

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and if you look at this instructions when when it comes to sleep, exactly what a doctor would teach nowadays, given the sciences that we have nowadays. So this is yes.

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So last night,

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and sleep again, sleep it again 166 of the night before fat, yes. And they found this to be particularly important for the vitality of the memory. And if you look at this, this is when you're giving us the stage for sleep. The first half of the night, the night starts here and ends here. The first half of the night is the only part where you get in, you're going down to stage four of sleep, that's the most rejuvenating

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of your muscle

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activity and the vitality of your cells.

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And actually, it says here that

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about 70 to 90 minutes into sleep three to five episodes per night associated with processing emotions, retaining memories and relieving stress or breathing rapid heart rate increases blood pressure rises. That's the remedy drinks at

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the beginning.

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Anyway, so NASA record requests of its employees to actually take a midday nap. This is a night at the National Institutes of Health. This new release about the bar now preventing burnout later in the day. Evidence is mounting

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is mounting sleep even an app it has an information processing and learning on you experiments by EMI. Ah, that is the National Institute of Mental Health.

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Gravity. Moxon and Robert is

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Cool, had colleagues from the Harvard University showed amid a snooze reverses information overload and a 20% overnight improvement in learning. A mother's skin is largely traceable to a late stage of sleep, some early risers might be missing, and that is the 160 for the night 160 before the fence that the Prophet says one half asleep, one third.

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You wake up to pray and 160 Go back to sleep. But the midday snooze is important

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to prevent the

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burnout during the late latter half of the day,

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an ounce of prevention and instructions the Prophet enter and saying this is also part of it. Like we when we started to talk about this issue is the scope of his teachings it is that greatness is one part the great part. But another great part is the scope of his teaching, he did not leave something out, down to up to Sarah,

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down to when you go to sleep extinguisher labs down to cover the vessels, he did not leave something out

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principles of treatment.

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Like Yeah, like your weight while you're trying to lose sleep. Yeah, and also could result in fire

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the modern quarantine learning and liability,

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but the greater the, you know, the greater impact that it had, you know, is that the perfect

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sense to us and this can be reported by many of the Sahaba including guys and Alison Rafa and others

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on the app, and you know better about the affairs of your of your world. So the Prophet instructed us here in basically encouraged us to do our own research, you know, when it comes to chemistry, and physics and medicine, and all of these things do not rely on anything but observation and research and so on. And that this liberating effect, liberating basically, intellect, the liberating effect, that this religion had. So the liberation of the human mind was the greatest contribution to the development of Sciences is also in the making of humanity. Robert refold, says that science is the most momentous contribution of our civilization. And when he talks about Arab civilization, we

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talked about Muslim civilization, have you seen I was not error, but he wrote an error, you know, so because Muslims wrote in Arabic because Arabic was the global language for the Muslim community, the elites within the Muslim community anywhere were able to read an Arabic so if you're able to see you know, anywhere from us extern which is not Arab, but if you write in your own local language, only your your federal country man will be able to read your treaties, but if you write in Arabic, send it to the heart, have it have many manuscripts made in the hub season, which is what they used to do, within within one year, your book is all over the place from Andalusia to China just sent one

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manuscript to Mecca before had

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several manuscripts won't be made, they will be taken back all over the world. So the Canon in medicine and Canon photo written by Emily Sienna, that was Becky Messina or the ozbek acnezine that would be able to

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get under Lucien all over the Muslim world within one year.

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So not that's why the only refer to the Muslim civilization as the Arab civilization because the books are written in Arabic.

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So the depth of our science to that of the Arabs and he was science historian, does not consist of startling startling discoveries or revolutionary theory science also great the more the Arabs its own existence. And why did he say this? And if any Muslim said this, if this was a Muslim Muslim fellow, he would be a fanatic, radical, crazy fellow that is making onward, unjustifiable assumptions. But because he was not Muslim, maybe tolerated a little bit swallow a little bit better be but But why was he saying this? It may sound like an exaggeration even towards Muslims. But he was saying this because basically Muslims are the ones who introduced the experimental method.

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Science would have never gone would have never made the progress you've made if it depended on the Greek hypothetical method.

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The Greeks were about hypothesizing the Muslim civilization introduced the experimental method, which is based on observation and experimentation. And the hypothetical method can propel you forward that great deal and exact sciences and math and things of that nature. hypothetical method of the Greeks can make you make great advances in how in maths and sciences of nature, but natural sciences such as such as physics, chemistry, medicine, or the natural sciences, you can go anywhere with just the hypothetical. So you need to have the experimental method and

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according to another film,

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Roger bacon,

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he's no no, this is not.

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Roger bacon is a credited with the

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introducing the experimental method tr. This is what the Pope says about bacon. He said observation and experiment are the two sources of scientific knowledge weaknesses of acquiring scientific knowledge was mainly speculative. Hence, science could make little headway neither hunter bacon or his later, namesake, has any title to be credited with having introduced the experimental method project making laws, no more than one of the apostles of Muslim science and method, Muslim science and method to Christian Europe. And he never weary of declaring that knowledge of Arabic In Arabic science was for his contemporaries, the only way to tune out and he is the father of the

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experimental method.

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So in the words of Dr. William Osler, the Canon well has remained the medical Bible in Europe for longer for a longer time than any other book. 300 years This was being translated.

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So Dr. William Draper and the history of

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the history of

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the intellectual development Wait a second, okay.

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I'm blanking on the name of the book. Now. This book was

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it has to do with the introduction of development of Europe, but I'm blanking out on the exact name of the book now. But if you put Europe and William Draper that the book would come up, because it's a very, very famous book.

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Four years after the death of Justinian

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was born in Mecca in Arabia, the man who have own men has exercised the greatest thing, who once upon the human race, to be the religious habit are many empires, the guy that they live with one third of the human race, may perhaps justify the title of a messenger. Okay, here's the book, the intellectual development of Europe. So I was right. But here's the here's the one that I wanted to mention here.

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on that slide, so William Draper in this book, the intellectual development of Europe, he says, I have to deploy the systematic manner in which the literature of Europe has contrived to put out of sight our scientific obligations to the Romans, the Muslims, surely be cannot be much longer hidden, and justice founded on religious rancor and national conceit cannot be perpetuated forever. So the intellectual development of the Americas is is a milestone in, in

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the basically history, in authorship in history in the history of Europe, particularly the intellectual history, particularly the time of the Renaissance, and the precursors of the Renaissance.

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No, it's not unreasonable. It is sort of contemporary, but not very easy. But I wanted to basically what I wanted to say, Don't jump to the miracles when it comes to the science of the prophet who don't jump to the miracles. There's a lot more to be addressed. Beside

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the Americans, aside from the miracles. So what we were talking about here is the the fruits of the message. We're talking about the religion and the teachings and now we're talking about the fruits of the message, the vitality. So what did the message produce, it produced a nation that is most beautiful for monotheism, it's produced a nation of devout worshippers of aesthetics. philosophers have, you know,

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producing nations, of thinkers of this nation that have not been afflicted with the academic or academic or the ailments of other societies like alcoholism, for instance, and promiscuity produced a nation where virtue and chastity were always the norm, not the exception, although they may

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have been, there may have been

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deviations. But the norm has been always virtual chastity within our nation has has has promiscuity, alcoholism, and all of these things been ever mainstreamed within our communities been regarded as normal within our have the ever been normalized. No, because of the vitality of the religion and the effect

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on the hearts and minds of its followers. So these are some of the fruits.

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So to recap, because before every category, I wanted to just say that, like a little recap, we're moving into the final category, which is the Americans, Americans. So now if we try to refresh our memories, when the categories that we mentioned today, signs of profit,

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what are the categories of the science?

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miracles is one category. That's the last category that we will talk about the character,

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the person of the profit the character of the Prophet, including his companions, because they are the first witnesses of his character, and his preaching. Yes.

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The historical necessity, which includes all the biblical prophecies and includes all love, you know, the well of Zamzam, the building of the cow, the condition of the world before the advent of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the injustice, the Romans, the Persians, the Indians, the darkness that encompassed prevailed and envelop to the whole globe.

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And the author of the book of prophecies indicating that something big is going to happen, and it is going to happen in America. And it is going to be from the descendants of Ishmael, where is my Salah, so the historical necessity, the person were, the prophets of Salaam, including the character, how I'm world standard of his companions have their their, their great face to hammer certainty in his message, these are two and then

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each religion he preached that is his greatest mirror, the greatest sight. The message itself is a witness to the veracity of the message, the message in terms of the creed in terms of the laws in terms of the personal conduct in terms of even personal advocates, private, public, interpersonal, you know, interactions, financial transactions, everything. And here, when we talk about the message, I want you to remember two things, the scope and the greatness, the scope alone without the greatness would have been assigned on this profit.

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The the scope of the message that what he produced in terms of laws and teachings in theology and law and so on, that people basically spend their lives analyzing part of it

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to produce this in 23 years, and basically the attribution of all of this, the provenance is beyond any reasonable doubt.

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So, we said that the Bible is a collection of the preaching of moose and the who would enslave everybody, all of the prophets of the Old Testament, these are their books, it's a collection of and if you look at the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in comparison to this, the scope itself is a signer. And then you add to the scope, that greatness, the greatness that has been confirmed and corroborated and tested to by not only philosophers and thinkers and great men of all times, and all faiths, but also studies and well done research and scientific facts.

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So the scope and greatness of the message, the last one that we addressed, the fruits of the message, the transformation of the generation of the Sahaba, and the following generations from the most modest of communities to the most virtuous, and best communities to be brought forth to humanity. And that the, you know, the Islamic civilization itself, all of these, all of this is is the fruit of what he saw the Law Center preached

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the product of his ministry, some of the lawyers and now before we get into the miracles, is there any doubt that he was the final profits? Forget about the miracles now?

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No, there is no doubt whatsoever.

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Yes, there was a question. I was gonna say something I remember Yes.

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said that the preservation of the preservation of that is a miracle in itself.

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So many years have gone by, and so many, like, in fact that there are so few at some point, there were the fact that they all agreed, even though they were cute, but they were dozens, hundreds. And they all agreed on one version for all the all the people want version.

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And in fact, that was all preserved. And there's no conflict. Like Sonia said, the way he's gonna say, I don't believe in that the foggy at all, I believe, or I do believe it's

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just that you want to

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Yes, yeah, absolutely. And

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that's why it is also coming. That is not because we did not get to the Americans and Brian is the greatest.

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But the Americans have the profit cells and those are the types of miracles the purpose of selling the puram being the greatest. And I separated this from his religious not because what I was talking about his religion in terms of creed and legislations and so on, but the puram has many, many more aspects to it than just then many more than just the legislation.

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So the miracles of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prophecies, do we recite them

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every day or do we recited a lot

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Faslane Allah, Allah,

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this is America, in and of itself, it was the easiest thing for Apple, I have to prove the profits or sell them wrong and proven, you know, to prove his

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fabrication of Islam, if he just said, I became Muslim, they would have been a shock to all the believers. But he was he was diverted from this.

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Because Allah said they did that was during the life of Ebola. So when I was there, our law said to him, you're gonna die, you go to him, you and your wife are going to him. One of them could have come out and said, You know, I accept this man, prove to the Quran, Ron.

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That's it. But no, he never did. And his wife never did. The victory of the Romans and during those times also take a very long time for one of those two empires, the Romans and Persians will be engaged in war with each other, after one of them was knocked down by the other, it would have taken a very long time for the other one, to recoup from this defeat, and to basically be able to strike back and when the Persians defeated the Romans during the Croatia of the during the mechi period of the prophets ministry, the Koran came down. So lots of rumors mean very much to Milan, the human body out of him sadly, one of the boys and he

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has any African woman, not Muslim. And Islamic mean, what do you got the room of the room with where the Romans were defeated in a land that is close by close to the Arabs,

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home and by developing himself to the moon and they will, after their defeat, strike back and have victory they will have victory after their defeat? Why am I in your home? You know, not on that day that that believers are rejoice.

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Rejoice in the victory of Allah what some of the scholars said that they will rejoice in the victory of the Romans which makes which was stronger because and the reason why they were rejoice because the Romans despite the fact that they were Christians, they're closer to us than the Persians who were fire worshippers.

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And the the our interpretation is not that leaders will rejoice in that victory of but because it coincides with the victory of the Romans over the Persians coincided with the victory of God.

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But at any rate, so this was another prophecy that came true bracelets of destroys or destroyed

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can come around problematic in this part, part of the optimism of the prophet SAW some sort of problematic is there and he is fully armed, he catches the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and then he you know the story of Soraka and how is the legs of his horse dipped down or sank down in the sand and how he fell off his horse. And then during this time when the Prophet was running away from Mecca, you know, escaping the persecution of the Meccans running away from Medina and he was basically everybody was following him. Everybody was chasing him to find them to catch him and take him and that was the plan. And during all of this, he says those are not problematic. You know?

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You will have the bracelets of dishonor, you know, he gives them you know the Bushra that Soraka will become Muslim. He was a Kaffir following chasing the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So he tells him, you will become Muslim, and you will have the bracelets you will take partake in the invasion or the conquest of Persia, and the presence of guessing I will be

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will be yours. So, some of these things, that's why the amount of the Sahaba is different from from our event, because he can you imagine the impact that this would have on the amount of saraqeb nomadic when this did actually happen. And so not talking about a medic was part of the Muslim army,

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going to prison, and they defeated the Persians, and they came back with the some of the treasures of kisara. And then he sits there and he says, formidable atop the promised.

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Profit promised me the bracelets, can you imagine what, what impact this would have on sort of upon that's why there is a huge difference between us and the Sahaba. Not because of coincidence, but because they were deserving to be there. And we were not. It is it is by plan, it's by design.

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And we deserve to be as Sahaba as our beloved in this world said that a lot elected the best of the best that made them the companions of his prophet, the best of the prophets.

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So, fighting between the companions, and the detail, the description of the prophets of loss of them for everything that will happen between the competitors, when he said to them, you know, they found to me the canoes, kisara, Pacer, how about when Allah subhanaw taala grants you the treasures of kissmanga eyes, and they said, then we will.

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They said that, we will be grateful and thankful to Allah, Allah.

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And he said to them are very metallic, or else you may compete with one another. Envy,

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envy one another, and, and fight against each other and kill one another. That's, that's what the profits or loss and I'm sad for them.

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And he described for them the battles and it was just a loss destiny that for instance, is available, the prophet brings him and tells

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him Do you love

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me many?

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Have you said How could they not love la when he is my fellow Muslim?

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And he is my cousin, you know, who was the

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son of a failure without them?

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So, I thought it was the

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maternal uncle of the survey, how he was discussing.

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And then the process also in

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terms of like the fact that I know what

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he says to him a lot.

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He will fight him,

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you will be the transgressor.

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The amazing thing is that

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Zuma was made to forget this.

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I love decreed that this would happen.

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The shock of the death of us man

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made the Sahaba You know, it is a state of shock and when you have when you are in a state of shock, the giving of us men alone who is extremely violent, gruesome, *

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unprecedent is

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very aggravating for the Sahaba. So they really wanted to avenge us man, probably alone. And in that moment of heated emotions, people could forget certain things. You know, an incident that happened one day, several years ago may be forgotten and that intensity of the emotions

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but then when armies combined, they called civilians out.

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Have you ever reminded him of this incident

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so he remember that

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He said

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he said he might already remember a quote while he I will not fight against you and somebody left

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but they're on his way back

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you know the thing that was meant to happen for him was a loss of

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some someone from the army or body

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or it could be anyone from any any any place because that time even though some people name the person that

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an arrowhead is available

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before he

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you know when can we went back to Medina

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know, one of the things that are the clearest Americans also is when he sat down Mr.

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when he sat down one of the professor's have a separate camera and this is not with a hand up. And so this was basically witnessed by a load of Sahaba. Everybody knew it to the point where no one was able to deny it afterwards. Even though our motto was party in the

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party to the war party in the army avanade on the low honorable. So there was every reason for people to deny this on the other side, but no one denied it. Well, Prophet said weigh heavily on this.

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So he prophesized the farmer would begin

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transgressing fit for group

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and then

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Amaro skill.

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So that was a habit deny that the profit center these are the in front of everybody. The question after this, the question then was, who give them

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the people who brought him out of his home in his old age.

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And certainly,

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you know, that would be a very weak interpretation, or the opposing army that actually killed

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him. Obviously, it is that wasn't the army that actually killed, that was that the fit

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for the transgressing

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But something of this nature is of the prophecies that cannot be denied by anyone because this was an extremely consequential thing it happened. In front of us Ahava, the old witness that they all admitted to it, Amar was killed that no one denied it, even the people that were going to be more of a heretic by it, they could not deny that the Prophet didn't actually say that. But they started to raise doubts about the interpretation of what the prophet said, not what he said about ourselves.

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Then, the prophecy of the Prophet about women traveling safe

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to heighten came and it was also also also part of the optimism of the prophet SAW sometimes I don't even happen comes and sits was the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he's the son of a party, when the family went to do family, powerful family, notable family, very remarkable for their generosity and everything I've ever had in comes in, and people start to come to the profits or loss element cause some PR problem. You know, someone comes in and talks about highway robbery, someone comes and talks about poverty and so on. So the profit monitor to make sure that even half is not the scourge. This is history. You know, this is a new Concord. He wanted to just make sure that I even had him is not

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discouraged by this atmosphere, because this atmosphere could be discouraging.

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So he said to him, yeah, I think I'm gonna harden something out of it here. He said, Did you hear it? I said, Yes, I did. And I have heard of it, but I have not seen it. But then the prophet SAW someone goes on to turn it on. If you live long enough, you will see a lone woman traveling from here to Aqaba, not fearing anyone below.

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So I've even had him says to himself, you know, well, you know, the autoplay isn't. So where are the wicked mean people are playing it is that the type of hat and he's not even having a party for it from pirate. So the wicked hiway man of fire, where are they going to be? If she will travel this distance go through the dwellings of fire and not been touched and not fearing from anyone wearing

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Are they going to be and then he tells them if you live long enough, you will see

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that you will be granted by law, the treasurer's office kisara. Heiser, and then he tells him if you live long enough, you will see a man come out with

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his hands full of gold and silver, silver, wanting to give it and charity and not finding someone to accept it. And not finding someone to accept it, which actually happened during a time of armor now that he's probably not live long enough to witness this. But are they he testified that he lived long enough. And then the woman was traveling along from Iraq to invade not fearing anyone, but I lost pinata, and he lived long enough

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to see cancer and I saw the treasures of kissena kleiser being granted to the Muslims.

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This is not you know, as I'm mentioning these prophecies, this is not just you know, you can never encompass them in on one slide two slides 20 slides.

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Every time the Prophet was Adam was with his companions they they they saw the Americans in what he did so well there's something about this and this was reported by Timothy and reports by Ahmed as well. So we'll be talking about what comes to the prophets of Allah sentiment since before the prophet SAW sentiment in the Prophet says to him, yo, besides

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Konami, Allah so Allah, kala

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McManus la enough's. Second, la can't What is my Hakka nafsa Toronto, Southern California upon la let's go up. So did you come to ask me about their righteousness, righteousness is such and such, whatever you gives you comfort and ease in gives you comfort and ease and gives tranquility to the heart. And if more Evo is whatever waiver is in the chest and causes discomfort, the causes you enter this comfort.

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And you wish that people did not did not see

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sub reports right? If they can as well, though,

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regardless of how many people give you a factor.

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But look for besar to come in, you know,

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for the professor's

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tell him what he came to ask about before he even said anything

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to those Sahaba and that is, you you just the level of the Imam that the Sahaba had was just enormous. That is why they were able to stand up to the whole world.

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It was this a man that they had the they were able to stand up to the Romans and Persians at the same time concurrently

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with very few resources that they have various country sources that they had, because the power of

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the half the profit for emphasize the abundance of wealth, the prophesies the conquest of Jerusalem of Egypt of Persia,

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Constantine, All India prophesized all of this, he would talk about these things as just like, for grant facts, when you open Egypt, when you open Egypt behind to argonians crowfield cara, it's a land where Iraq is mentioned as a measure

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of land.

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So when you open Egypt, it's not like if you when you open Egypt, be good to her to its people, because they have a covenant, the man what a hymn and kinship, which is harder alayhis salaam, the kingship

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because there are

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many, many, many hobbies about Persia, the Roman Empire and so on. Consequently, an awful lot of the 100 plus company or the profits or loss on themselves.

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And, and this was recorded way this was recorded books of hobbies way before this is not the Justice money of the Sahaba who the money of everybody because it was recorded way before Constantinople was actually conquered and opened up 100% in a year for a number of years. On an amortization that you can take for something to be conquered will be opened. Open is the word that we use for conquering. I mean, it starts it doesn't make any sense in English, but we could make it make sense in English because it is it is not conquest more than to open those lands for the light of Islam to come in

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versus reservoir versus

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Modern so on. So

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India for instance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said about India that I submitted, yes. And it's not even a single woman loving in a narrow, it's not going to continue mother Jefferson was not interested in two groups of my own my love protector from our fire group that will fight to cut through the dead. That is a mountain to calculate the density of personnel that will fight the Taliban the times and a group that will conquer India.

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And that happens

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human across the group that was within

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the forest in Africa for 30 years, the prophet set philosopher will be for 30 years can I find him and had to nibble for 30 years and that was 30 years exactly as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said two years for armor. And then now

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I'm sorry.

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And then 13 years for armor and

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you have two years for 13 years. For almost 10 years for most man and five years for

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the next is an

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awesome one reconcile.

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I think it is a little shorter.

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shorter than five.

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Anyway, it is so the last 15 years are between awesome add on on the hi may not recall exactly now. I think calling is shorter than five. But the last 15 years were between austmine and on

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the two and 13 are

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I have somewhat reconcile between the two great fractions of my own and it hasn't reconciled between to end up and you have a side when the law says property available for plenty of entertainment on Monday. My this son of mine is a virtuous man and Allah subhanaw taala when reconciled by him between two great factions of my own.

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That happened during Gammons Mouches the year 61 after

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by how some given into

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off man's tragedy was prophesized by the prophet sallallahu sallam. So

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how most of us are equals to the prophet SAW Solomon, he tries to find them, he tries to they were looking for the prophet and see if we can have a little private time with him. And then he goes to the Prophet salallahu Salam and he finds him sitting at the edge of a well and then he says Today I'll be the author of the prophets Allah lies on standby the door. The wind was, was inside of a building, there was a door and he said I'll beat him at the door man of the prophets of the laws have ever been.

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And shortly thereafter, a worker comes in and knocks and then moves on to the prophet SAW sentiment tells him so he is trying to be like a good doorman, so he's preventing people from coming in. So he comes in and he tells him wait, let me ask. And then he wasn't a prophet and doesn't ask for permission to come in and he doesn't come in, let him come in and he comes in and then a worker sits next to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and then the the beauty of this is also is that the Prophet had his legs showing and he was handing his legs loose, you know, in the world. So a worker comes in and does the same thing and sits next to the prophet and does the same thing and hands his legs

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loose in the Weller you know uncovered and then armor comes in and knocks on the door and does the same thing and he goes back and stuff and and then armor comes in sits next to the prophet SAW Selim and does the same thing goes with his legs is quite a bit is what we were talking about a month ago rewalk

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Thomas Carlyle also said this the following him so minute Li and every detail is an is a show of their belief in him and their certainty.

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And then they do the same thing. Omar does the same thing and then off man comes in and then there was no room so he sits across from them

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does the same thing at the edge of the wall also and that you know that sits across

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but when I before off man comes in.

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So so so.

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So when he

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so he asked for permission.

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Prophet says double masago

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Golden men who have a superhuman agenda,

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let him give him to our filings agenda because of atrocity that he will encounter.

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he would counsel,

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the promise of the total Sahaba not only about his death, which he prophesized himself, but he would tell them about their own

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entities. So, when he was on I had

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shook it other than he said to him was, but I heard from Anakin and Obi you must have deep will say, either. So he said to me,

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quiet down,

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please tell

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us because you're only carrying or they're on you there are there's there's only an A B profit. That's a buck, per se e them and two martyrs.

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On and off, man.

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This was the company of the province of Santa Monica, when he said that

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we're both smarter.

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He told

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you actually told her a farmers market.

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So when Omar

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to follow because I had to ask him about to ask because, you know, he knew about these issues, the prophet SAW, Selim confided in him about the fit, and that could happen trying to happen and the names of them and FFP and so on. And they told him that you are

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you are achieved against the fitment.

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He said that you're up against a shielded eight, against the armor set and

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what, when that gate be opened or broken?

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know it won't be broken, indicating his

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mother is smarter than

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the death of the prophet SAW the loss I'm upset.

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What I'm gonna do can be apolonia than the look. So the first one that would follow me of my wife's is the one that has the longest hand, the longest arm and the kit for measuring each other's arm. The fanzine have to have the longest and she was the first one to learn

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that this is

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all of us know how the Prophet told her that he won't be the first employee

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the death of Amara

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when he told her that she will be the first legions of Muslims to say, the see the great sees and in the conquest, conquest of cyber Cyprus, she was on her on that ship, the first scene in a conquest and that she will die there and either died

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MMA, the pandemic's you know, from center, the spread of usury, the lewdness and uncovering the ornamentation of the massage, sometimes us you think that it is that is like we know it, it is like a surveyor, he was told that you will find that he was made to forget it is it is like a destiny like so the profits are seven, seven, and that is that is every one that come as a profit

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by Allah you would win that, you know, during them like that, Christians. He said that one of the signs of the judgement that

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people will be showing off the structure of the massage and we'd be hoarding events and massages and certainly that is a

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dilemma. But sir, but traceable to the profits of the lawyers

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learn from the profits or otherwise will not be able to predict.

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if you think about, you know, how come all of this happens when he prophesized it? Well, he prophesized this and we continue to do good.

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Competition and high rises. Also he prophesized nations can devour the wisdom there

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So the prophecies are endless endless

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yes and this is basically

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when the sort of eclipse the highest existing one which is in UAE

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no it was not it was only a political thing that the point was not a theological disagreement whatsoever. So that was one

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the theological disagreement in the middle of the second century

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is miracles

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so the Nigerian

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accent no

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also you may be

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asked to raise

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say now you have actually existed that

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there will come a time when you will be in the same situation and you will agree I've heard

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that during that class

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we start to write the treaty between the two finishes

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fighting this might be

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is that

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between the last

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I don't remember the grading is there but I don't remember the grading of the report that's

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how this is what they actually told me during that I will put people in the same situation and I will concede race

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or you know, the prophecies are really terms of like I told you 20 slides are not being

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perfect all the time was telling the companions and things that will happen to them they came to see it like the sun in the middle of a summer day. It all happened to the to further confirm their

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their faith somebody man ship, these are some of them physical mera

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Christina met whenever, okay, so here, the one I got some fourth fingers. And all of these things were important by the best of generation, the most of them, you know, and the best and great and significant influence changes the course of history. You know,

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they're the ones that reported this

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high moral standards are extremely sacrificial upgrade the greatest integrity they're important all the water gushing parts from the fingers of the promises of making the food abundant supplies a large number of people and this happens so often for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know, product would have been another

01:04:04 --> 01:04:25

one day, and then easy, so hungry, and agrarian voiceless. And he said, He's so hungry, and he comes in and he says, The Prophet was on MCs. And he the Prophet calls another head, which is like, like, basically perfume, which means what it means like a kind way of addressing him.

01:04:27 --> 01:04:34

Like you say to Robert Bob or something, so I kind of addressing in a friendly way of addressing you. So

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what's wrong with you and then

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the Prophet that he's hungry and so on. So the Prophet doesn't come with me and then let's see what we can do in front of us and then he comes down and walks into his home and then he finds like a father figure and sort of

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a container, a vessel that has some milk him that way.

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Usually you get for one or two people and then otherwise, as well, where we have food here, the profits will have some I have some more good. And then the profits is over, I'm gonna have to

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go bring me out a sofa, this is like 89, the people that were sitting in the mustard all the time having,

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you know, depending on

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you know, the kindness of the Muslims, because they were they were not because they were lazy or anything but because they have, they came to learn from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he did not have the means to fend for themselves. So the Prophet says them and then so they come in, we're talking about about 80 to 90 people exactly, you come in, and then

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it says that all of them drank

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from behalf of profit sources.

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And then on the profit kept on telling him drink more

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content, eat that food, and

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that's it, I have no plate, please, there's no room. And then Brian said that the milk was still there.

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The lessening of the needs of Deborah, Deborah had a huge step. And he only had like a basket full of dates, to pay off his creditors, and the profits on him fails to bring them all.

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Java brings them and

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then Java says that every one of them got paid off, is that and the basket was the way it was at the beginning, there was nothing taken away from

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Java himself. Another story for particularly Java, another similar story where Java went through the process and it has what's the harmony has with 100 Muslims have the army and things were getting very difficult for Muslims because they were perceived by the Confederates. And then the wife of the other says to him, I know that the Prophet is, is having a hard time and she knows the Prophet is hungry, and so on. And we have this one goat and we have this little flower so make it into like a loaf of bread, and

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grill the goat and invite the prophet SAW so many different goals and, you know, walks next to the prophet SAW some of them and then in secret and private terms of the Prophet's life is inviting you to food at our home, we're provided food on our home, and then the prophet SAW some sent to the army.

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Jeff and his wife are inviting you to food that their home and then the woman and then they come in, in small groups, you know, one after seriously like and one after the other group by

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fire. And then so when when this you can imagine jabber now is coming to the Prophet telling him we have food for you, you know, is it's fun to go, how many people compete from one goat and then he invites the whole army and then they keep on coming in. And the profits on them spits for blows you know, like it's a lightspeed definite, which is like spinning almost, between spinning and blowing.

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Yeah. So in the in the food, and then it

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everybody got four feet in from the one goat

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which the first

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milk is splitting off the bone which was in Makkah when he said the move for when they asked him for America.

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Before the crying of the tree or the wintering of the tree, the trunk of the tree where the prophet SAW something nice that used to lean on.

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And then I Roman person, aroma shadow came for the purposes of making you a puppet, you sit on it like you're standing in the Arabs never used to have anything like this, they did not really know this. So he made him a minion. But the Romans knew of this before. So he made him of environ two steps and then he would sit on the third. And when he moved from the free to the member.

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This was like bark of a tree trunk of a tree. So he used to lean on it. So when he moved to the member,

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that tree started to whimper like a smoky candle. The Sahaba described this, and then the prophet SAW someone came down from the environment. And if one report in one report that says that he touched it

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It comes down. And in our report

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it says that he hugged him, he hugged the tree. And then only then it calmed down

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not only the tree, but the body reports and others reported that when the profits went back to Mecca,

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they said that we have not come across any tree or a mountain, or a rock, except that it said

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something outside of Santa Monica.

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So how's it used to say,

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hasn't lost we used to say that

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trunk of a tree longed for the prophets all along. So now

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isn't the time for us to do that?

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No, no the physical, even many of the companions the the point of view in the eyes, the eyes and the companions. Many of these reports you must know about the malefic conforming to the order of the prophet SAW some of them when Chuck Malkin

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he counted down the blessings of his cane. He with his cane the prophet SAW the son of the camel of Jabba

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was like a very slow week camel in the middle, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam not beat it with a cane, but it is a medicine that has like an end like this. So the Prophet proved that with permissions of like this, and then

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Java says that it was hard afterwards to slow it down.

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You know that the story of the heaviness or the the the wetness of the prophet SAW Salman and all of the blessings that Halima salvia encountered when she took the Prophet breastfeed him also the loss of the

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keep in mind also, like I said, and reiterated several times, it is not a comprehensive cannot be a comprehensive list of the signs and the profit will be is there is no one that can do this. But it is basically just going over some of you know for a good number.

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And then we come to the last and the greatest miracle the Quran, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said as recorded

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via interview a lot Am I missing? Who am I?

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When am I gonna live up to what? Or how

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far do you wanna go Kuhn axon gabbiani opia. But there is no profit except that he was given that which would cause the people to believe and what I was given was this revelation, which the parameters which will July inspiring to me, and lastly hope to have the most followers among them on the Day of Resurrection, because it's an ongoing miracle,

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versus all of the miracles of the other messengers, you know, historically speaking, to prove the miracles of East la sala, the historians that

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the historian some of them are doubting the existence of a person called Jesus to begin with, because it is left up to history. And if they if some of the historians doubting the presence of Jesus as a person, you can imagine the miracles of Jesus to be doubted, on a much wider scale, respect spectrum. But the the, since this was the final message, this was the last testament, last communication between the divine and man holla made the best in the greatest of Americans and ongoing one, which is the book of Allah or the prayer. Now, I want you to go back and just Google what they said about the Quran or you know, look for the brochure, it can it has those brochures and

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other people also made brochures of that nature. Because it it this the monies of non Muslims do have some place in this because they are not moved by the so called religious zeal or sentiment or things of that nature. They are that there would be considered objective, if not skeptical.

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laughter Somalis. Allah says, polite and some other intelligent Alinea

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You have a parameter at your local development for hero save mankind that gathered in order to produce the light of this Qur'an they could not produce the light of it, even if they were to, to each other assistance or the assistance of one another.

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But who cracked the source? Who was the the Prophet that put together for the practice for active humanity? It was having literally profit on every company in

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Have you did not resign before any scripture nor did you inscribe one with your right hand, otherwise the false fires would have doubted it, or would have had cause for doubt.

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This is an illiterate prophet that does not right does not treat and does not, that was raised in a very austere intellectually austere environment,

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intellectually of Steve. So he was not raised in the cradle of philosophy. And you know, in Athens, for instance, he was raised in Mecca, you know,

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intellectually austere environment, scamp scarps, very little thought, you know, intellectual, soft roaming around. And this is where you was brought up, and he did not read or write, and to be able to produce

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a book in a vicious nation and alive is impossible, impossible. for Americans of the parameter field, when you talk about them, when we talk about the miracles of prayer, we have, how many types of miracles we have many types of miracles we have the historical accuracy as one of the miracles we have the prophecies is one of the miracles we have the scientific ones is one of the miracles, we have the numerical miracles, which I

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know I'm not quite sure of, because I don't have a lot of knowledge in that area. But I have read some writings that have have some merit to them.

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Research with on your own, but don't be excessive in, in, you know, it's not like enough is what we're waiting for, to because the Sahaba did not really talk of the American Americans. And they all believed in the Americans of the puram.

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But if if there was, if there was something good in these studies, or these claims or assertions that I don't like to reject something that I have limited knowledge of, I have little knowledge of this of that.

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Basically category of miracles of Quranic miracles, many American Americans, but a lot of people consider it to be strongest, most of the clearest, because it's about numbers in numbers are numbers.

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So easier for the people to present to those numbers never look. And you could Google you mark Americans. And we come up in in Arabic and English in any language, it will come up.

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But you know, that the prophecies are

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miraculous, the historical accuracy of our app is also miracles. You see, it's our use of it, the only time that Egyptian chief or the Egyptian

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sort of sovereign was named ematic. Wasn't the plan of sort of uses that around the time of use? because historically that was, it is proven historically, by the way that the zoos,

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which are the fights,

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were in control of Egypt have invaded Egypt, you know, and were the rulers of Egypt for 200, about 200 years. That was during the time of use. So Musa was in Egypt a little bit after usage. It is historically proven that between usage and moves that the Egyptians took over, and drove the Hittites outside of Egypt, and took Egypt back from the conquerors who came from the area of Palestine, the lands of that area. So where is it in any other book? No, it isn't. It is only in the prayer that that separates between the name of the Egyptian soldering in two very close by errors, because yes, during the time of use of it was not fair. Because Pharaoh was a name

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specific to Egyptian sovereigns of Egypt, or Egyptian monarchs of Egypt. But for the Zeus, who were invaders, they did not call their chiefs Pharaohs, they were called kings.

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So, so the historical accuracy, the, you know, the,

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the prophecies,

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the linguistic miracle of the miracle of the eloquence of the program, the undeniable

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was not, you know,

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so when we were even in movie and I, this is like an arc enemy of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam this this is like one of the staunchest enemies of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This is the man who people said, had this

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favorite military if any of you had only been sent to one of the great men's that's all opening a cafe in Fife, and we'd have a mobile era in Mecca. So he was basically the one that people said that he would be more deserving to receive a Book from Allah subhanaw taala than Amazon.

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So when either Molina goes and listens to the puranam, then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was reciting in the lion whatever not yet. So anyway, they've put about 100 for say, a

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llama into the Quran surah

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verses from Jonathan allow commands Atlantis and Cordoba very nice. fairness.

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Kindness or excellence is not the quarterback liberality towards the kin 100 Fox, a woman carry on. And he forbids lewdness, Crusher, lewdness, mooncup, evil, baggy, oppression,

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you that you may take heed, or you may be reminded, and then other verses and what he didn't view and this is the person he goes back, and he said to the currencies will lie in Allah Hello, and Alena, hello in Spanish.

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When, when a

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doctor who may have

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he just, you know, he says to them, well, I it has beauty and sweetness. And it is it is it has sweetness, and it's covered by beauty, has sweetness, and it's covered by beauty, well in

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the beginning of it is

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fruitful, and the end of it is full of bounties, or full of graces and bounties. So on when the whole layout when I ran it, and it is superior to everything else, and nothing is superior to

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when I asked him, and it is so superior that it will crush anything

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besides underneath it, so it is superior, and it is so superior that it would crush any competition left in him. I thought what

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what I said was right, it is not the speech of a man.

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This the more testimony after testimony for from people during the time of the Prophet Solomon, Solomon is also you know, even people that did not read Arabic, and they were just looking at rhymes and music or of the recitation or the eloquence of the language, but they're just looking out to the

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superiority, greatness of the content and the message that is embodied in the Qur'an of contemporaries

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and other people that are not Muslim. This is something that you do want to go back home and make this

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you know,

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research with us, because it would be quite helpful. So we have the eloquence and the verbal, the excellence of the the language of the parameters work and accuracy, the prophecies, scientific and New America. Americans own as

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science call us puranic miracles.

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By this we would have come to the end of our presentation. And if there are any questions, let's just go over them.

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I didn't talk about the vitality of the message that it is. But

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it's not as made out of details and principles of specific laws and principles, the principles get so are the embodiment of the vitality of this religion, because unlike other religions, where you need the Holy Spirit to come and basically

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inspire the football something in Islam. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that allowance ended the beginning of every one century, some one or some people could be some water or some people, very likely some people that will revive, renew, revive, rejuvenate the religion for the oma. And this revival is not basically changing the religion. It is because the principles of this religion are capable

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of being acted upon applicable to all times and all places. Flexibility, malleability, you know the excellence and the flexibility of the principles of this religion, whether it is the highest objectives of the religion, which is the reality that comes to the protection of the five necessities, protecting the dean the life, property, intellect, honor,

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or it is you know, the the cloud so they are the fundamental principles or the detailed legal principles or legal Maxim's from which people can extrapolate extrapolate for any new occurrences.

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But this is also a sign of the greatness of the religion.

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That is George Bernard Shaw. And he said, I have always held the religion of Muhammad and is the more explanation because of its wonderful vitality. It is the only religion which appears to me to possess that assimilative capacity of the changing phases of existence, which can make itself appeal to every age, I have studied him the wonderful man and in my opinion from being an antichrist, he, he must be called the savior of humanity.

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And then George Bernard Shaw had also many others. Needless to say about the prophets of Solomon, he said that, you know, if he was here, he would be able to solve the world's problems over a cup of coffee or something.

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By this, we come to the end of

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