The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 31

Hussain Kamani


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the author of Love of Allah titles the chapter donnini Who said Allahu Allah He was salam with us as you have borrowed money.

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This is Chapter

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hearts and minds of students, of the people that were around him.

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How was that maybe sort of lonely was to them was such a profound influence. Store stories play a big role, we noticed that sometimes you can have a very complicated matter. And you can summarize the essence of that matter in one story.

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Or sometimes a story can carry not just one lesson but so many lessons. So if you look at the first rune when they explain the stories of the Quran, rarely is it just from one angle, that the story of new Khalifa only has one lesson, or the story of the curiosities and it only has one lesson along the way as they go through each point. There's a new lesson there. There's a second lesson here, there's a third lesson. Here, there's a fourth lesson here, I shut off the light, there are 10 lessons to be learned from the story of the Quran.

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So that's another lesson that if it's that if it's well thought out and carefully crafted, you can leave behind many lessons. And as the reader matures and as they reflect on it further, they will find new meanings there. Yes, go ahead.

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Welcome to level solid hosted by mollify Hola, Nerium stories and anecdotes of past nations, often wasu masala mamani center for teachers

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Hello my dear you to them stories and anecdotes of fascination. This has a superb impact on the minds of his audience and serve as an excellent director. It will draw their interest in attention and when settled in their hearts and their ears in the best possible manner, as it did not contain any explicit command or prohibition.

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It would be nearly the story about others, people with us learn a lesson. Take an admonition and have an example to emulate a lesson in Allah YAHWAH Jabu fi

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will be angry know

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that one of the fires one of the benefits of teaching to stories is that in that moment, you are commanding or prohibiting someone from doing something. So they feel more relaxed. They feel they feel comfortable. If I were to tell you do this, right now, you feel overwhelmed or pressured. Don't do this right now. A little intimidated, stressed. But when you're sharing a bissa you're doing the same thing but without directing

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at the individual, that from the people of the past, there was someone who did business and this was the person's outcome. So the implied How come there is Don't cheat, you cheat someone in business, Allah subhanaw taala will hold you accountable. But it is understood through reflecting on what happened to another individual. Yes.

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Allah Allah also adopted this method of teaching or some of us have a llama as well Allah, Allah says, All that we relate to you of the accounts of the messengers whereby we console your heart. Yeah, I mean, I'm BioSuit man with happy to be here to add the reason behind the Stories of the Prophets for Rasul Allah salAllahu Alaihe. Salam was to bring peace and comfort to the heart.

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That sometimes this happens sometimes your people reject you, those who love you leave you sometimes you have victory, sometimes you have loss. You can be comfortable with only having victory. Sometimes several happens, you forget something. You tried your best to do something and then it slipped your mind. I mean, look at this little sort of loss that Allahu Allah He was in and forgot the number of records he was reading and saw.

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And this is a lesson for us that it happens. Sometimes anger happens sometimes sadness happens. Baku Lemnos

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initial demand for b2b

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Look at second yachties story. Look at the Brahim Ali's story. Look what happened to him and he's in his sentence, my eyes. Look at what happened between, say the Nayapul bodies and his son see that I used to find it easy to them.

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That story is so powerful. Allah azza wa jal shares Yusuf Ali Salam story all at once.

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And it's one of those sutras so the use of the more you read it, it opens up to you.

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One thing that I was thinking about was,

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imagine what Yeah, tamales around must have been thinking for those 20 odd 30 years that his son, use of body salon was gone.

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There are two possibilities either his son has died.

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And the uncertainty of his son being alive or dead must have children.

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They say in Arabic, or in divorce, or Shadowman. Note that Wait, when you're uncertain of something, when you're just waiting for something, the pain of that is more difficult than death itself. You're waiting for your ride, and they're late. Every minute, what is your mind thinking?

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100 different possibilities. Do they get hurt that they get lost? Maybe they're coming, maybe they're going to be here any second, you keep looking over again and again. And half an hour later, all of that anticipation has exhausted you need to borrow short term investments, that the anticipation the waiting happens. It destroys a person it's very difficult on them. So that's one possibility or the second possibility is that his son is alive. And if we run with that possibility that his son is alive. Now the question is,

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what kind of son is my son?

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What did he turn out to be?

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A father would think my son who must have spent 20 years without me or mama, that father would think my son probably messed up life. You probably missed all opportunities and educated maybe you didn't get to build a relationship with Allah all the things he left when he was a young kid.

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I imagine the piece that comes to young one is a man's heart and eyes.

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Jakob says it to that when will it be

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When when the person came to give him glad tidings about use of values to invite him. He asked, and he said, How did you leave my son?

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Because that's the first thing a father wants to know, how did you leave my son? What state was in?

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So now let us

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see this. I'm seeing his father Jacobian, a tsunami, and they're standing in front of each other. Imagine the comfort to his father's heart that not only did he live, but he became this.

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He became this.

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And then the bizarre wishes on SMSF, that when he's dying, not passing the towards the end of his life, that the wire that he makes is so beautiful. It's connected to the DUA that his father made for he passed away. About the video tells us regarding apple, but it's and I was passing, that when he became old, the final advice he gave to his children.

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I'm going to show her the hydrological.

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In the colony of any human body, what's going to happen after I die, we worship. So then they said, We worship your Lord, the Lord and your forefathers, despite and so on.

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And so that was the commitment that they took from their father. And now towards the end of use bodies, and on his life, he begins to make one too

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He's so freaking loud that his name was also easy. And when I said that it was he used to say as well and Allah subhanaw taala gave me a lot of Manasa T suffice. Yusuf Ali Salam was known for his mastery in dream interpretation that our teachers should use him a lot, also the master and dream interpretations. There was no second to him when it came to interpretations. His interpretations were pinpoint accurate, very good. I mean, I have a whole list of stories in that regard. But maybe another time.

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You know, before the tsunami happened

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in the east, it was an automatic,

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Indonesia dependent area there, but that tsunami happened.

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A student went to shift user consent in him I saw this dream

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shift he's applying along with the other

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he immediately sent a message to all the students and others that have very big calamity will come involving water. I think within a week tsunami happened he was very good at dream interpretation. A person who presented a dream team and he would tell them a person was presented a dream to him actually

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so I hurt you if he's in love with data saying

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that the use of falling cinemas, rabbit teeth any minute milk or law you've given me dominion? She said she said 100 law last me a lot of I mean he wasn't super rich but he had enough for his family that drove her car had her own well I live with him is that we did a hobby. And you also taught me dream interpretation.

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So he used to make this one I'll give it to him in a molecule Hold'em tournament that we had he thought it was an article

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and then he said our shares that Allah gave me the first two I'm just hoping he gives me the third as well. That was funny Muslim on what happened

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let me die as a muslim and resurrected me with the righteous is a beautiful dua to make though a funny Muslim and while Yeah, can you

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give us this as well? Well, cola knows. Sorry. The rustling man. Happy to be here.

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I mean, Derek

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Fila even more heart to heart

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with him. So then he narrates the narration shuffle.

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Almost anyone I've ever heard of the other one are going to be some low it was cinnamon, Rajat and Zara on level.

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That a person a Muslim once went to visit a brother face who lives in another city, another Muslim brother. There's a Muslim who's sick and visited Farsan Allahu Allahu Ali

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Raja de Malacca And so along the way Allah to greet him. For that matter. Allah human, this person passed by the angel otter on America. So the angel said, hey, that's odd. Where are you going?

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All the odd often if you had a hernia, I'm going to visit someone so friend of mine in that's

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called Haleakala human now, mutton de ropa. Is there something that you're going to know? Is this something about? Is this in relation to something that happened before? Like when he owes you money? You owe him money and how it is right? Like is there something that's going on here? Something that you're just continuing on? Something that you need?

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Is there some obligation involved here

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the only reason why I'm going is because

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for the sake of a long

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time in nero sort of lie lake so the angel said, know that I am the messenger of Allah to you.

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We handle a lot of hub Docker comm tofi Allah

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loves you just as you love your brother.

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This is a lesson taught to us a lot is into the Sahaba three lesson. And the lesson here is learn to love one another. Go out of your way. This world needs harmony. This world needs love. We need to connect with one another go out of our way for one another. I mean finally me sort of long it was sort of methodical process. Well, what the mother either no need to go fill out the Anna rahmati Haiwan. Really? What led me

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he says similarly Rasulullah sallallahu has many other examples of teaching through stories, the lessons of compassion

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and warning people of being harmful to animals or humans. How you want that you don't even cause harm to an animal if you're not supposed to cause harm to an animal. You guys know that you I have the lady who starved her cat?

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Yes. And have you said a lot is that um, what did he say about her?

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You have to know that she will be in the fire about because she started

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if this is the case of a cat, then what about the sun that we will monitor human beings? Well

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what all of a sudden you overstay my welcome to La Juana Marina militarily a loved one and also the laws and law is important.

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May Now Roger and EMC be treating each the Dalai Lama was a person that was once walking

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and his thirst became very intense for watching the video on philosophy

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sent out to the world that he found a need for sharing effects and wonderful to Maharashtra is quite valuable for either Caliban yell has yet

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in front of him there was a dog and the dog was licking the dirt hoping that there might be some moisture in it. Yeah, what a thought I

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mean a lot of

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you could have

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forgotten Roger Bella had and she mithril lady kind of element. So that person looked at the dog and said, Man, this dog is as thirsty as I was.

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Moments ago I was super thirsty. Now this dog is super thirsty for another formula for fakuma and he then went down into the

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well and filled up the sock that he had of water two months ago before he even put it against the mouth of the dog. The dog had Therapy and Physical physical fascia Kerala level fell off Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala appreciate this mass action is kindness to an animal for Allah for Allah and Allah forgive you. We have a similar view I have also narrated by

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Holly and also of a lady who did the same act and she was one who did not have the cleanness profession. She engaged in something very inappropriate societally.

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Being our colleague on YouTube, maybe in other Canada you have to do with others either automobilia Minh Baja Peninsula, but he is someone who engages in prostitution in Bihar Yemenis right so this lady who was a prostitute she saw the dog but as article five of the museum area she took her or her sock off Mr. Can some sort of a It was another song that's what it means that can hold us for she's entitled to murder shop for over 20 rupees the Millennium Finance Act the homeless man and she extracted some water from the wealth for

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the stock as yamasa who Phaedra lab that these this as the stories are powerful, because they teach us a lesson in your mind when you're driving. And you see someone struggling on the road you see people now this doesn't have it that much. I was in Toronto this past few days. The homeless stayed there people's hurt. It hurts the heart. And forget Toronto, we don't have to even think go for it. What Austin? Tom the situation there's so bad. Go to San Francisco, go to New York put a jersey it's bad unfortunately. You know, when I was in Toronto.

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It was so cold.

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There was they actually had an announcement that there was supposed to be some kind of really bad weather everyone hunkered down and stayed inside.

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And there was a conference. So we had to go to give lectures, the hotel was like maybe 515 in

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So when we drive to and from the conference, we do the lectures, I would put up with the kids, that you'll notice that people that are lying on the street are all lying on top of the sewer system.

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It's so cold that the condensation from the sewer is getting the meat. So before me, as we're driving, wherever it is on steam coming up, I will say that the kids, I can guarantee someone's live there

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and pull up and right there, that would be a person like, just right there.

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And one thing I shared with them and I'll share with you, I said look, if you can give someone something right now and you're not in a position to give this person something, the bare minimum you can do is give them to arm, if you can give them to other people are no longer and in son, you're no longer a human being. Because a human being at the bare minimum must feel doing is a second step, we should all make knee up for that as well. But at least feel well that I have often Iman and want to rely on some of us the longest set up says that when a person no longer feels, then you're the weakest position of email. And what's left in here was that

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they shouldn't be a haste, feeling as you're walking out of the measures from Joomla. We all see people that are struggling and they need financial help. Don't be judging. Don't talk down to them. If you can help them come to the lab. If there's, you know, something that you can do, then you should do it.

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Remember that in pursuit of loss that a lot is run through this process and to the stories is teaching us lessons in these narrations that we share. The lesson was about compassion.

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The next chapter, chapter 34.

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Chapter 34. I'm here to help them either Latif Yes. And the Dalai Lama used to hear

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that sometimes

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when I saw the loss of law volumes, and the chief something, and it was something that was a little explicit in nature, if you had to teach something that was a little hard to teach, you know, their subject matters when it comes to intimacy or gender matters that you have to teach and you can get uncomfortable a person with some high out might feel uncomfortable saying certain things.

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So what are some of the laws that allow Hollywood cinema do them heed them either Latifi would offer a brief introduction to the issue first, say something before saying the Messiah. basically giving your disclaimers, so the person doesn't feel that you're just making them feel uncomfortable. If you need to say something. Let's say you're teaching a class on this ninja on how to wash yourself after you believe yourself. That's an uncomfortable conversation to have.

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But you must teach, whether it's your own children, your community, if you're in that position, your family members, you have to talk about these things because in Islam, the Hara is a very big deal. Purification is a big deal. Women need to know, issues related to purification that are specific to them. And men need to know issues related to purification that relate to them.

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Unfortunately, people don't know how to get these things out proper. And you would think it's a basic thing, but it's something that requires a little bit of attention. But after a person urinates, you don't just get up and walk off because sometimes you're in continues to flow and even if it's in small portions, small drops, those urine drops when they make contact with your garment. Now compromise that garment and now you can press a lot with that garment on is that right? So this process of after using the bathroom hanging around for just maybe a few seconds amid a few minutes, applying some pressure to your body maybe moving yourself around a little bit maybe coughing a

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little bit in fifth what do they call this

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is Ninja

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is what do they call it?

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And then you wash up which is called Bissinger. So before you do is ninja before you wash yourself, there's a process that we engage in. What's it called?

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Is Devaraj tolerable Bharara

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is to develop tolerable basic ensuring that you've you're clean now that you're done with what you were doing before I move on to Washington we have to first make sure we're done. Right, a lesson that should be taught.

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So here was the loss of a loved one a was sitting with Teach yes going.

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Commencing with a subtle Prelude when teaching content which could prove to be embarrassing

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at times also on some of our videos are used to pave the way for the subtle blue when he intended teaching your Sahaba something which could which could have caused embarrassment

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It hadn't been several

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Muslim, but we haven't even designed and implemented an area on the accordion or whatever on the low animals have also lost a lot of money and said, I am to you like a father is to his child. And I'm teaching you that Satan hated

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that. And he doesn't want to hear the leaf in a local mithril, while at the wall of the heap while

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I am to you like a father.

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I will teach like a father and teaches his child that Britta look, I'm gonna teach you how to behave.

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Right? Let me walk you inside, you're gonna get old, and then I won't be able to teach you. So today, you're still young, I will teach you that when you use it. When you wash your body, you do this verse, These are areas you have to be more careful about. Make sure you clean hair properly, make sure you clean them, and Father does this person, mother has a for her daughter. So now when the child is an adult, and they're no longer, it's no longer appropriate for the parent to be in the bathtub with them. The child cannot take it from there. So that alone isn't before going into, you know, the Messiah, Ninja and using the bathroom, he's dead he starts with.

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So this is important. Now, for example, your kids come to you or someone in the community or your you know, some young person that community comes to you, or maybe even you're an Islamic school teacher, you're a Sunday school teacher. And you have to touch on some of these issues. So before you go into the issue that might make feel people feel uncomfortable, probably a disclaimer, that as a teacher, I need to cover this issue. It may make you feel uncomfortable. If you need to excuse yourself, go ahead and do that this issue may be sexual in nature. Because if we have we can skip them if we don't teach them.

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If we teach them without them, he they can make people feel uncomfortable and not only making them comfortable, they can lose respect for you to that what is this person talking about feel feelings. So you have to put a little bit of introduction there. And the second thing is if you don't teach them what happens,

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either they get their way through it. And this child has no idea how to clean themselves under the navel when it comes to trimming shaving, they don't know these basic massage, or

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the worst case is some dumbbells gonna teach them what to do. And then you're just at the mercy of that dummy, that hopefully that dummy taught the right thing or they taught the wrong thing. This is important muscle I'm teaching you. The same thing goes with massage and related to intimacy. And new the married couple, I was just telling them in the car on the way here that you know, before when I'm conducting a new car before the Nikka I sit with the bride and the groom and I tell them this particular book on intimacy you must both read before you get married. So tomorrow when you're engaging with one another, you at least know what it's not allows and what it doesn't allow.

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Otherwise, you're just going to be guessing you're going to restrict yourself or maybe do something you're not supposed to do. Why do this when we have clarity on these issues? Our deen is not a vague one clear that this that you can do this you can do this you cannot do this is not just this is not religious, this is impure, this is pure. So teach these things. So similarly, when it comes to issues related to talk about intimacy, I already talked about purifying the body. I think an issue that needs to be covered with children is foul language.

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They want to know what does this word mean? My kids come to me with a new word every week. It's so disturbing.

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I have to give a straight face every time.

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Every time mostly about what does this mean? Better. This is a foul word people use which literally translates as a female dog. This is a word you should never use in your life. About why would someone make a vowel word out of this? I don't know.

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This is what I this is the conversation I had this week by the way, but I don't know why the point why they use this word.

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A female dog a male dog an animal is someone who's probably having a bad day and he saw a female dog and they decided to use a word in an aggressive manner another guy saw it and said you know what? We're gonna use that word aggressive again. And then from there some other dummies are disciplined and now it's

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so better just avoid using this word. You know, refer to people with respect talk to them.

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Every week there's a new word that comes up about what is this about? What is this? He was reading an Islamic book about what is pornography

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why what do you what are the we have to talk about this? One thing I say to my children and you know it's important that we let the Ummah know at this point in our deen we don't lie. I promise this to my kids project fit if you ask me anything, I will tell you the truth. I won't lie to you.

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This has been a very powerful point for them. Because they see their friends in public school. Their parents lied to them all day about religion. Easter's a lie Christmas is a lie.

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Everything is a lie and they see it. And they say to you about why are these guys lying about Santa Claus? Are they like about the Saudi Saddam's birth? It's in spring? Why is it? Why are they celebrating? Celebrating it in December? Why are they lying about this? Where did I go? What else were debating about Rudolph? is red nose. And they're making saltwater machines. And they're, everyone's seen? Who knows.

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And so, I,

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I won't lie to you, in our thing, we don't have this concept. There's no place in our team that we lie to our children or rely on adults. Is that right? Yes, yes or no. We don't mind, however, that you can ask me anything you want. I may explain certain things to you in installments, you have to be patient. And I'll let you know if you asked me about pornography. I'll tell you right now, this is Installment Number one, this explanation. Two years from now you can come again, we'll have a second installment. And then when you get older, we'll have the third installment of that explanation. And the reason why it's being explained like this is because this is the best way for

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you to understand it. Otherwise, if I dump it all at once on you, your brain will just it'll just work. It won't make sense.

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So this is the demeanor similarly with LGBTQ issues, and have the conversations, they're tough. We need to talk about them. drug issues, we're going to talk about them. I'm telling you, every Muslim that I know, everyone says that I know. And if you're not one of these people, you're very lucky think about the night having listened that I know has a family member distant or close that has a drug problem. I'm telling you people come to me that's yours owns a relative of mine is there in rehab, where there's this drug problem in therapy, heavy drugs, here heavy drugs there, we have to talk about these things.

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We need to talk about them.

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We've talked enough about salon we've talked about so much. Now it's time to talk about issues that are plaguing them.

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So don't shy away from them. It makes sure that when you do it, it's done in a wise manner

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also the loss of a lot he was an upset I am to you like father's is to his child when I'm teaching you when you go to relieve yourselves you should neither face nor abortion, you turn your back towards it. You ordered that three stones should be used. He's all alone. So we're gonna get into the use of dunk and bowls. And He prohibited a dose of use don't deplete yourself because how can you clean impurity with impurity?

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And what is that? Earthworm rim? And neither should you use bones to clean yourself? Because if they don't,

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yep, added on for the bones of an animal or human being. Similarly in wondering why we're told that Allah subhanaw taala puts sustenance for the jinn on those bones.

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So the gym feel Dishonored and disrespected that a human being is using that to clean himself with it. By the way, this last explanation I give this isn't the white hat that has sort of lost it a lot is sort of said your brothers from the gym. requested that I tell you to not use bones to clean yourself? Yes, go ahead.

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And he's still alive. I know some of sourcing from cleaning himself with his right. You should not clean yourself with your right hand. And not only that there is a way out. If I'm correct, and

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that prohibits us this is an important one. I didn't know this until I read that while I remember, we were studying same thing with our teachers who helped him. And when we read this, why it caught my mind. I was like, wow, I didn't even know this. And I was like my almost my 20s and the why was I we always knew that you're not supposed to clean yourself with the right hand. But this video is said that even when it comes to taking your private area, you should not do it with your right hand.

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Even when it comes to touching your private areas, another person's relieving themselves and there's a need to touch the private area to ensure that the urine doesn't go in the wrong place or making sure whatever the situation may be. So

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even there in that a way of saying Muslim, there's a higher level of autism and what is our

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don't even touch your private area with it right now. Now, this doesn't mean that you can't, you know, make physical contact, there's a need to like, I wouldn't say it's haram, but it's another it's another way you can accommodate it. You should accommodate it. If you can't, for whatever reason there's a need for the right hand of use the right left hand is unavailable, you're not capable, whatever the case may be, then go ahead there's no need to be over the top of that issue. But there is a guidance muscle

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that we should do our best to live by.

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Whatever the trails off

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you want to try to connect it again.

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There's another narration

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in that the author narrates, from podiums. And I surely love

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that she's actually a long one says that a female companion came to the syllabus, Allahu alayhi wa sallam. And she asked them is it a lot is sort of how does it lady bathe herself? After she has completed her menstruation cycle? That after person completes their menstruation cycle, how do you be?

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Sort of sort of lots of things and

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he gave her the instructions that will there dalgona ma Siddhartha for the Baja for the Tahoe.

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Photosynth to hoorah Mata Subala Rossi have that look whoo hoo delicate she then had that who should guna Rasiah that when I'm lady goes she should take her cleaning products with her any cleaning aid and like a soap or something like this take that said that it was or leaves they would use.

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Ma take water with you as well. And then wash yourself and then as you're washing yourself first pour water over your head that doesn't look that good. She didn't really get that water in. There's really rubbing in had that tablet washer or not see until it reaches the roots of the hair.

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And then throughout the South Valley Hana metaphor, the fit of certain muscle mass Sacaton for Tata orbia. And then also lots of them says you should take a cotton, right? And

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moussaka that means it should be happy that cotton should have fragrance on it. She shouldn't take on the has massacre that means motto yeah button Bill misc. That's where most seconds from Mr. Musk as a type of fragrance, that she should take a calm that has fragrance on it for the target to be and he should clean with it. Maybe some stop there. He didn't go any further for a smell. The questioner asked for good photography. How does she clean with it?

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It's part of the explanation the reasons that I'm feel uncomfortable. So he said some how to lock up a hurry.

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Maybe someone's response was

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Subhanallah is clean with it.

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Forgot it

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she can ask them again and again. How

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am I You didn't respond. So I showed you a loved one that says this device doesn't have that. But another reason why I should have the alarm on us. I pulled her aside. And I said system.

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This is because of the loss of money or something because a female to female it's easier for her to say that. That that but I thought I mean, that's what she said. Barry, I thought that you know, make sure you leave any traces of security. Make sure that's that area specifically.

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Yes, go ahead

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next chapter

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chapter number 36.

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This next one is important. It's very relevant, considering where we are right now. In the conversations that are happening in the OMA in demand more sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Vitaly him in the Saudi while the

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demand said a lot it was how does the loss of Allah it was that have made it a point to ensure that women are educated and to advise them.

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There are certain

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political situations playing in Asia right now and where it seems as if women have been prohibited from seeking knowledge

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out first of all, you know, we have to verify this reports to ensure that the actual situation is as it is said, okay, and I'm not taking that responsibility. You take that responsibility. But if you can verify that this is the case, then the second thing that we need to figure out is is it due to the safety of women or is it actually a ban on education? If the if it's due to the safety of women, then again, there's some credence to that may Allah subhanaw that allow them to solve their problems quick and so then

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A few months or a few days, even women can get back education. This is not something that gets pushed out for years. And then I say months, even months is not appropriate a few weeks, you solve your security issues, you know, that if you're if you don't have the space for men or women to study at once, then maybe you have classes for men during the morning, and then classes for women during the evening, you can use the same facility there saying that we don't have infrastructure wouldn't have proper infrastructure from women and men to be educated, okay, then do a more AMPM schedule. I mean, it'll suck. It'll be tough. But it's a solution.

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And without any solution at all, if you're saying that women are going to be banned from education, and women should not have an education, secular or religious, there isn't. I shouldn't use the word secondary. But you guys, right? That you're not, we're not going to allow them to gain basic education that they need in the world today that is offered to every human being.

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And this is wrong. First of all, not only does it contradict what our Dean teaches us, not only does it contradict what I didn't use us, but imagine how those ones, we're going to read the way out the rest of us and Boston would specifically go to educate women. So the question is, I think there are two questions that need to be understood. Question number one, do you accept that women should receive an education or not? Unfortunately, there are some people to this, they would say

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they would say no. To those people, we have a fight to pick with a very big fight. The second people they say that we believe women should have an education, but it has to be Sharia compliant. Now, because that is a broad statement. And there's a lot of legality involved. We can accommodate discussion there. But the discussion can result in no education for women. The discussion mister result in what

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good systems find a solution? That's what the discussion needs to be. If you're saying that our beliefs requirements are this, this and this, because we know that Muslims have different interpretations to go and you know, and how we look at it, then make sure that your system accommodates it. You do it however you want to but everyone must get an education. What? How does this look like to the world when people say blanket statements, and this is the Western media's but mostly, this is the way they always do it. They're lying people. They quickly say Muslims don't allow women to get education. What are you talking about? What are you talking about?

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And then from $1 perspective, the non Muslim that's looking at this, what are they thinking? That Muslims are so oppressive and barbaric, that they don't even allow their own women to get education, and that is not the case at all. The greatest Robbie's of Hadith are women. And not just in Islamic now there's they had knowledge of culture, they had knowledge of science, that knowledge of math, you know, they were not only met, if someone could say, but they only had Islamic knowledge.

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Among them, women, you know, the Obama was a poet. And after her there are many Sahaba, and also Tabea caveat that were there were great poets, and they were great. They were bearers of culture. And they had knowledge of science. And they when I say science, and medicine here,

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they were known for practicing medicine or sort of loss of a lot of cinema take these women to the battlefield to help with curing the those that were injured, where do they get this from? They woke up on end they had the knowledge they learned, someone taught it to them. And then we see she had been tabula rasa, or the law without being appointed by a homeowner the last one as emergency law, she will she would watch over the affairs of the market to make sure the finances were being run right and no one's doing anything. Mahalo for Sharia. That contradiction. So there is no argument to be had here. I'm being very honest with you. People that say then they argue, oh, the reason why

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women shouldn't get education is because then they're going to become feminists and liberals, and then they're going to rebel against Islam and rebel against their husbands and the structure of family is going to break down, buddy.

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Calm down.

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If you don't have the right system of education, that's exactly what might happen. I don't know. But out of this one fear you're basically blowing the whole structure down and saying no education anymore.

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This is like saying that if Muslims Muslim kids go to school, they'll become Catholic because we have many cases of kids becoming Catholic.

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Does that not happen with both genders? Tell me yes or no. So are we just gonna say openly that going to school is haram for boys as well.

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And then looking at it from the Muslim girl's perspective, let's say for example, she doesn't know any better she's never had an interaction with

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she never had any

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interaction with other Muslims or doesn't know any better or the dean and someone says to her that you're

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religion doesn't allow students to grow Okay, messages from her perspective. And someone is saying to her that your religion doesn't allow you to seek an education. She was so little and small, that men, every other religion allows their women to go and study every other culture. My dean, and I wasn't treating, that I'm not allowed to get an education.

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build out the systems you want. Making sure they're comfortable to you, everyone has a right to studying in an environment that's comfortable to them. If someone wants a part of that habit, you want to divider, knock yourself out with all the dividers you want. You want a female only class male in the class, go for it. But at the end of the day, don't deprive people of knowledge. This is a very, very, very big mistake. Depriving women of knowledge. And

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I don't understand if again, these points are true. How any government would ever even want that. You would want people in your community, every member of the community to have to be educated to be well learned. Look at the Ottomans. The mothers of these cleavers were the ones that were actually running the Empire. They were so well versed in that theater in Harbin CS. They were so well versed in, in New York, they know how to manage economies. These were the mothers and wives of this edifice. And in some cases, these the automatic, those particular levers were like

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a waste.

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You guys understand? Like they didn't know much of themselves, they were just enjoying themselves in the luxuries of being in the leadership position. The Khilafah was being run by their brother womenfolk. How did they get this knowledge?

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Allah subhanaw

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Understand this important lesson. Women should. It's a shame that we are even talking about this. It's their right given by the need of Sharia has said notice and that's another thing. But the omnibus would have left it alone. It was set on a soul and how many do I have? Do you want? Tell me

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how many narrations Do you want? Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam creating systems for women to learn and to study that he

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that this habia teacher attended lucid Rasul Allah Azza alarmism.

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Sen lot of the alarm on her. She was having her hair combed. And so the loss of Allah while he was at him said, he said all Muslims gathered together. And she she left. She got up from her hair while she was having she got up and she rushed to the front. So the the Masada the lady that was combing her hair said where are you going? She said no, he said Allah while he was sitting called the Muslims, are we not Muslims? That command equally applies to us. And then she's the one that narrates the wire regarding the job in Balewa, along the wire regarding the job spins and others because I think it's an restrap as well.

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The first part of that narration, she actually talks about how she was getting her hair combed. They started off with me getting my hair combed and then bam. And next thing you know, I'm narrating it's profound incident regarding the job.

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So how many narration would you like to tell me? How many examples? Do we have a pseudo class Allah, Allah was teaching the women, the women also learning from them?

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala give us stuff. Now this is another Muslim. And I don't think it's a gender specific issue. It's a general issue, that we have to ask ourselves the environment that our kids

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Someone in the comments said, there's no sound. I think the internet's really choppy today. Hopefully, we can sort it out.

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So this is other compensation, that means to have that environment of education that our children are going to, is it appropriate or not?

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Are you guys following? Is it appropriate? And that's another question. And then what is our solution going to be?

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I think that's a deeper conversation for us to have for us to think about systems for us to create think about models.

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What influence can we have on the public school system?

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How can we get involved with those boards? How can we be a part of the dialogue? How can we get teachers involved that are Muslims that can teach from a Muslim perspective? You know, again, if you can't teach, you know, religion, that's okay. But at least teach from a neutral perspective without pushing an agenda on tickets. That's the bigger question. The solution can't always be let's open up an Islamic version of this. We can't always do that. We need to come to the table and find solutions and let the people in the world know

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Know that the ethics and values we carry as a religious group, we want you to benefit from those two.

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Because there are so many parents in this nation of ours, that are looking for an educational environment that is welcoming and respectful to tradition, values and religion, the way we're looking for it. It's not a separate thing. I was in conversation with

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a group of

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Christian seminaries. And that's what they said. They said that we Muslim you Muslims and us Christians can easily evangelists that we can we can easily agree on curriculum reform

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within the schooling system. I said, that's fair, because I'm almost sure what the curriculum reform you guys are looking for. And what we're looking for, was the identity.

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So that way now that people with us in society don't view us as outsiders rather they view us as members of the society members of the community because they're shared about the same problems we have and they're looking for solutions to solve these problems that benefit us as well. May Allah subhanaw taala grants the field we'll stop here and if Allah wills will read the layout in this chapter in our next class, we'll sum along with the island acid and surround

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How's everyone anything you happen this week? During the break?

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I think