A Legacy of Da’wah

Irshaad Sedick

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah ala alihi wa sahbihi wa Obeid. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh all praise and thanks are due solely to Allah subhana wa tada Theresa's peace blessings and salutations upon our Master and exemplar Nabi Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam de como lo Harun for joining us this evening. And hamdulillah it is a real privilege for me to be here with you on this platform. Because tonight, I'm actually going to have the honor of hosting a number of my teachers, some of my colleagues, friends and even family members are hamdulillah. And we have a very special reason of course, you would know by now, if

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you're watching this, that this panel discussion is about the hour specifically leaving a legacy of that hour and one particular individuals legacy which he left behind some big shoes, that spinal I don't know if we if we're going to be able to fill those shoes. But that's our late brother Buta, Hanif Abrams. And so behind Allah, you know, it's, it's so I don't even know the words to express this. It's sad that we lost such a valuable individual, but we are happy in that. We know you know that this is a choice that Allah Allah had for him a special departure from this world Subhana Allah. And he had such a significant impact, despite the fact that up until now, he's titled remains

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with the Hanif, you know, and this is amazing. This is not this is not something that's derogatory, this is not something that takes away from who the person was. This is indicative of the fact that anyone, absolutely anyone can make a significant positive contribution to the world, to Islam, to the deen of Allah and to the world. And certainly tonight, you will learn as we will, as well inshallah, because none of us have the full story. This is actually one of the reasons why we have this panel together so that we can get a better understanding of all the projects and all the effort that our late brother Peter Hanif Abrams Rahim Allah, Allah had made the evening law so

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Alhamdulillah we are joined with a number of teachers as I said, first and foremost, I'd like to welcome my teacher, my personal teacher, my foot, one of my first teachers, my teacher of the Quran, teacher of now in sort of, on an alley, Goda Alhamdulillah. Close To My Heart. And so behind Allah is here with us this evening, because he had a very special relationship with with the Hanif. He's going to tell us a bit of background about who he is with the Hanif Abrams, where does he come from? Where did he grow up? And Atlantis and become Molina Mona Lisa Monica, Ricardo, while he comes

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on AutoCAD wanted to shed or you wanna Alhamdulillah very well, shukran are you Alhamdulillah, you look on the Leela. So it's a great privilege for us to have you with us hamdulillah on this platform, and as I said, you had a very special relationship with the Hanif. So we thought of, you know, who better to have the honor of actually telling us a bit about where he comes from, who is this individual, that a group of scholars and a group of individuals decided to come post university to honor his legacy that he left behind fairly

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similar

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when suddenly he Kareem America so I have a few points jotted down here with regards to the biography of the Hanif who he is and what is been involved in but let me let me let me

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start off with a hadith. The translation there are ease when Allah subhana wa tada loves someone, then Allah calls gibreel Allahu Salatu was Salam. And Allah tells you a deal that I love this person. And then Allah commands you for you to also love this person. And then Allah commands you but you to announce in the heavens that Allah loves this person and all those in the heaven should love this person.

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And then Allah subhanho wa Taala places COBOL acceptance in the hearts of those on this earth. Super Hanawon.

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I truly believe that with the Hanif is one such person, a lover.

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Because whomsoever I meet, after the demise of the Buddha, Hanif melody, mechanical theatre, those then the sentiment of everyone I meet those who knew him well and even those who just had an acquaintance with him who met him once or twice. Those even who heard of him from people who knew him even they were affected Super hannula and I can only put this down. We explained this via this hadith Suba Han Allah. So with an IF Mohammed Hanif Abrams

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More affectionately or fondly known as Buddha Hanif, as Malaysia had explained, was born on the 27th of the ninth 1963 and he passed away on the 20th of the first 2021 at the age of 57 years old. In Alabama, he was in LA he was young. But the Hanif grew up in the Salt River area, and his father passed away when Buta Hanif was at the tender age of nine years old bahala na and this is significant because I realized now that this actually prying Buta honey for what Allah had planned in store for him.

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You are an orphan, knowing firsthand what it means to be an orphan and now we can understand why he had so much key and concern for the orphans. In fact,

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there's a special family in Kelvin, which is a carbon copy of the family of the Hanif, the honeybee mother passed away at the age of nine, leaving a wife and four children, four sons, and one daughter isn't a widow in Caledon with for three sons and one daughter Subhana Allah. And if you see what I had, if you had seen with the honeybees interaction with this family, Subhana Allah and now knowing his background, you would understand Sudan alone.

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So the mother of pata Hanif is a single parent raised a family of four children with the help of with the honey as his younger brother, who are here to tell me that with the Hanif raised him with his mother's Suba Hannah law,

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then, you know, first waiting a few years with the Hanif became a professional filmmaker.

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So this was his trade. And I often heard from some people who knew him industry that he was good at his trade and I wouldn't expect anything less from with the Hanif

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and then he changed career career paths

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to computer science, it networking, which I now believe also primed him to become our IT guy at dharana email hamdulillah.

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I met with a Hanif in the year 2002. And that is when I moved from New Sofia to the Dharma imagery that was employed as the Imam over there and immediately with the Hanif stood out because of who he is behind Allah. He stood out in the sense that it was a from the get go to offer us assistance. As I wrote the piece and I had mentioned the even as I was packing up from my office at you, Sofia, my belongings, taking you to my car outside, I found the man standing and offering assistance. And that was good enough at that time I that I just saw his face in Weinberg.

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And then from the very moment I set foot in dharana him with the honey force day, by my side, whatever I needed, in any form, but the Hanif was the to assist me to achieve a lot to secure a lot like

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when

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in the year 2006. But the Hanif was returned from his work. And in 2018, he attempted some business venture with a internet cafe.

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But then he gave all that up super hannula to come and sit in the first year class at dharana. Him.

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And it was they were even closer. And I realized that there's no way I can let this man go. And it became part of the of the dotnet.

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I recall that time when he was sitting up for your PowerPoint presentations and the T stands made hannula achieve achieve.

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In fact, those very stands you speak of was designed, let's face to making skills into the force who will handle and

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I can't imagine how we even got along without him super handle. Because whatever the need was, all I needed to do was cope with the Hanif when I was teaching in class, and there was a there was a glitch with the honey. And immediately he would be there within a few minutes. And I was confident that within a few minutes or a few seconds a problem would be solved and that's exactly what how it was handled. And in fact,

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many of the students can vouch for that those who experienced that they can vouch for that. I would call with the Hanif to do his magic in the class behind a lot.

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Then the organization's but the Hanif obviously was full time in

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But I would not call him an employer of dharma. He basically was not him. People. Actually, he was probably the most famous of the stuff even though we were the teachers. But the Hanif was always better known by everyone out there as diverse these days.

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But that was not the only organization that he had made waves within,

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for example, discovered Islam, but the Hanif became a board member of discovery, Islam and how did that happen?

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before when I say Korea took the reigns of discovering Islam.

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Dr. Black in Greek was the director of discover Islam. And somehow with the Hanif had initiated a mosque open the the first must open the was in the liver who Baba haniff Subhana Allah, Allah came above them not to show but no, he was the one and that is why the first was opened, there was way Yes, that is

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a good fortune. And that is through the Baraka with the honey Of course hamdulillah I clearly remember the Saturday prior to the open day which was the knocking Drop, drop Yes, where they all the houses, particularly the non Muslim houses to invite him to the masjid. I remember that the because the Hanif was all fired up so behind Allah and I remember I was listening to help of this one and that one, and then so although they would check into the magic mix Allah and then ran off again to do the knocking drop super Han Allah. So, yes, that was the first must open day and I think it was their way that the quick so hooba Hanif was an immediately requested him to be part of this

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government Islam so behind Allah.

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Then I also in to learn the Buddha Hanif was under I could I could I just ask that, you know,

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Mandela, Allah hatin, you know, fella who Mithra actually fairly, of the many things that we're going to be listing tonight, the first mosque opening, I didn't even realize that I was born in so many mosque open days, yes, that Peter Hanif served at still but I didn't realize that he was that he was the cause of the first he was the initiator of the very first mosque open the Super hanawa. And like I said, three is Baraka. It is our good fortune that we share in that and the Dharma. It was the first mosque for that super Hanawon. hamdulillah. Once again, just indicating to the concern the figure of the honey for Allah Subhana Allah.

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Then, with regards to the canal project, I think the Hanif started, he stumbled across an addenda on his on his Dawa trips. I think it was in Jamaica, we need one Ramadan It must have been when they stumbled across Canada. But now just obviously, there's so much detail one cannot mention all the detail. But look at the extent to the anif went to he went to the extent of becoming a member of the handle house of the coin. Did you know that he is now registered boy.

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Why?

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strong foothold into Hernando invests sort of give him an establishment within the area to go down inshallah. But of course, we have to follow up on that.

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Then I also came to learn that he was a Muslim representative on the conductance transformation board. So there was a transformation board and he became the Muslim representative Super hanohano.

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And I'm sure I'm leaving always and then Buddha Hanif also is on the trustee committee of the Dharma in orphanages as well. Once again,

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shining through his his affection and his concern for the orphans himself being orphaned at the age of nine for Han Allah. I'm sure I'm leaving up leaving out so many points but

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the this is basically what I have jotted down. I believe I can mention at this point something

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we're gonna leave it for later discussion with regards to something that that I experienced in this past Saturday. Wherever I went, I went to a few stores and met a few people. And first thing is whenever I met the first thing they spoke to me about was with the Hanif subhanho wa, and

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the experience and the feeling and the emotions with regards to the highest passing away. Then I went to the Kismet RV store. And again the same thing. And then Mr. Parker, the pharmacist in Ontario. He came to me

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The Kismet hardware store,

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he said I need to tell you this, he said he had arranged because the Hanif was known. He was known for what for being a shadow machine. So he had a Zimbabwean person working for him while working for him. We showed interest in Islam. And he knew the person to call was for the Hanif and then with the Hanif actually perform the Shahada at the house of Mr. Parker. So there was a type of a ceremony. Okay. But doesn't end in

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this Mr. Parker also had a lady working for you. It's Zimbabwean lady also, who in the background was witnessing what was happening. And that was that everything was over. This brother embraced Islam hamdulillah.

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Then, fast forward until now to this present day when boudhanath passes away. Mr. Parker tell Jeez, he's domestic working for him that made no mistake, a witness the Shahada. You remember years ago that man was here and he did the version of that? Zimbabwean? She says yes. He says that men pot ether, he tells her that men passed away. This lady got such a shock and so was so emotional. That she told Mr. Parker I want to embrace Islam. Allah Subhana Allah

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Yes, hello, honey.

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Yes.

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I thought I did not expect I did not expect that outcome of this job.

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So we're

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gonna be

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Europe's panels panel, which is aka officiating that monitor at this stage after getting such a beautiful introduction, the stage is set and allow me to take this opportunity to do two things. The one is to highlight the fact that this is not ordinary. I mean, a group of scholars in a group of of imams a group of Muslims, they don't usually come together and have a live panel discussion about the life of an individual. But with the Hanif wasn't just an individual, he represented a legacy of our and this is why we are having this discussion. Another point that I'd like to make is right now we've got about 460 viewers, and I believe that they are a lot more who had a close affinity with

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with the Hanif in or perhaps it's one of the students who passed by the rules of renaming but the Hanif told you roll up your pipes in a roll up your pants because it's hanging too low in the ground. Please do Shay and we'd like everybody to participate because at the end we will have a former whom put the hand up in the light either. Next I'm going to ask for a dear friend of Buta Hanif, in fact, two of them. One spent a lot of time with the Hanif at the masjid. And the other spent a lot of time with with the Hanif everywhere else. Everybody likes panela. You see, you know, Mona Yunus sent me photographs of himself with every photograph that he could send me of himself had

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put the honey in it, and they were in all sorts of places behind a lot. So

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I'm going to call upon Eunice Kiran. And as well as Abdurrahman, Bailey,

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two close friends of Buta hanifa Sara Monaco obrigado

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walaikum salam, wa barakato

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moharan brothers for joining us, Malina, you are also one of my teachers behind the lodge as I call it, it's an honor to to be on this panel with you. And Abby Rothman Bailey, I just know you're all my life is Avi Avi is actually married to my cousin so we more like family than anything else.

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You guys had a very special relationship with with the Hanif. We now know the history. Just tell us a bit about the character that you came to know and love and what you witness from him in just a few minutes each evening. I'll, I'll start off with with Abby, and your relationship with him at the masjid inshallah Bismillah Islamic mosque with a little bit of,

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you know, because it was a soak of amendment, you know, I know he's actually modern, and he was mentioning honey, now that he had

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lived his previous occupation to start an internet cafe also. So I know, from that time when he was part of this company called Blue Chip, it meant you know, and often times, you'd pop into our offices down in short markets return in Cape Town, and we'd be involved in various it related things, software development, that type of thing. And what stood up would be funny if he would come in with what his shirt and what everybody wrapped his pants on.

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The pipes would get older, you know, and it goes, you know, despite all the important, you know, we don't need all this. And oftentimes we leave for the day just to walk around Greenmarket screen, speaking to people about Islam, any opportunity that you get meeting people and conversing, talking to them about Allah subhanho wa Taala just inviting them and you know, so if I knew from that time and also from down environment, and then we reconnected back into him after many years, we frequented the same measurement. One thing about the planet tirelessly, you know, he will put so much equity put into everything and I'll never forget Madonna can attest, you know, when we do the

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budget Jamaat Salah every day, pajama, everyone's done, it doesn't mean when he starts packing table ready to be, you know, many brands are gonna be over here, now, people are going to recycle. And we're going to be learning, we want to put this down, connecting the sound system, speakers, etc.

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So I would oftentimes bacon, also just put a little bit, a little bit of

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a first food from the magic mini mini Watson will be spent going to Canada endowment, you know, I will never forget one of the great. The great memories that I ever had in the US was one day with myself and a Mona Lisa, as well as Buddha nature, obviously. But this was during the month of Ramadan, we meet some people with being involved in illicit sales of illicit substances. In any case, these guys comes come near to us in white robes and whatever it is, and yeah, what are you guys doing? What are you guys about? Now? We will

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fast forward through the whole escapade. One of these guys comes with and he wants to embrace Islam and you know, so people from all walks of life would interact with it, and he's, you know, his influence that he put he found himself being drawn closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So he's a lot more than I can see but I'm

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much appreciated, especially relationship with Him as well. Among the units for Hannah law, so many photographs of yourself.

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Tell us who is this man tell us about his personality was a very, you know, he was always jovial and smiling. So you had the best of that.

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Panel? Yeah. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. To everyone and to all the viewers hamdulillah we myself and with the honey fez, Bulla, Ali, and the rest of you know, all of our friends and colleagues will attest to we had a very, very unique, a very unique relationship. hamdulillah and,

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you know, we were always at each other's throats. And we were, you know, fighting like cats and dogs, you know, in the staff room and on all our journeys and about, you know, absolutely everything. And

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nobuta Hanif was

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a true friend.

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And that's why we could we could have that relationship. And, you know, we could go with each other, you know, 100% towel, no punches. And we still like you saw in all those pictures, I mean, we traveled to Zambia together we traveled to staying together we traveled to be together we traveled to George together, we were the first job Matt had been to Canada endow myself the Hanif anyone with a nice idea

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and foot ik Parker when as I use ankle

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machine some of the pixels or to some other staff members and so on about that first trip that we made the and and in with the Hanif just obviously maintained you know his steadfastness was was unbelievable. He was he was he was just a rock of a rock of steadfastness because to go down they drive

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300 kilometres was what is what these kilometres would be on a Friday 300 plus kilometres every Friday you know down to a town that nobody knows about this you know the into 35 kilometres in from the into no one knows about that town I never knew about it down he put up and he didn't suggest that we go the city there's a town down here near Creighton cool and now let's go down the no one would have known about it. You know and so hannula we made the I mean we made an album they in the middle of this town and it was the month of Ramadan also was the Ramadan I think before I believe we probably went down. So when we we arrived there and we this guy told us look, I graduated I studied

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for an AMA I was a I was a happy human

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Last time around and he said I studied that Matt had Omer in, in Somalia, I completed you know, the course they and we thought he was an alum we can use this person you had almost forgotten all his Arabic also any pig does work for and with the honey friend to the vehicle, you know the Land Rover and pull that up one of his daughters smoker and from from the from the vehicle because this person said I haven't had a mishap for about seven years. I haven't made Joomla in so long, I haven't prayed and I've been stuck in this two by three shop for, you know, for for seven years, you could speak perfect Africans, the Somali, you know, because people were coming in the shop while we were

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talking to him. And this and, you know, the way he responded to the people who spoke like a local. So, I've hamdulillah we are later on and this person, you know, because of that visit, he had gone back to his country and and it was because of a worry and concern that somehow got transferred into him about himself because he realized, you know, that is achieved when you see Muslims and Muslims that ever worry and concern

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I would take knights and sparks up that he man and that will work with the honey force was you know, he was at that person although speaks about it a little newer in you and you walk with it newer amongst people. And we ever we went with it was the was the guy pushing a trolley on the airport. But with the Hanif was gonna tell him about Islam. And lo and behold off the time, we would be getting a shadow, whether we were in function rockmelon remember that also, and there was a guy standing at the restaurant, we were buying some coffee on the opposite side. He was standing This

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was busy with him. And you know, it doesn't leave any any opportunity for our to go by. It was gonna, you know, tell the person about allows behind what Allah tell him about the accounts of the man and make the person say he will just say this recite of the me, you know? So, yeah, we had a very special relationship of hamdulillah. And like I say, it was a very true relationship. And, you know, I'm assuming I'm assuming two bits,

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you know, that these relationships or, you know, or a relationship with, like, when I was sending these pictures are sending to malegra zacco. So probably joining us, and then

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telling Alan I know, I probably have more pictures of me with the honey thinner with me and my wife, you know, you know, that, that literally happiness? I hope so.

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But I mean, literally when I was looking through the pics, because I've been on so many journeys with proto Hanif that when I was looking through the panels on some of the pics, I was thinking this panel, I've really traveled and that's why I felt really lost when, when the news came through, because, you know, we we were always sitting in the staff room a lot of time you know, you have your free time and you said in the honey show is the interest locker room. And obviously the intentions for so many other journeys were we're still the now in our plans, you know, but inshallah we will we will continue those journeys, inshallah, Tada.

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As a handler, it's very difficult to strike a balance in this program, because on the one hand, you know, it's a joyous opportunity to be able to celebrate the life of an individual, and the legacy that he left behind, because that is something to be a joyous about. But at the same time, we realize that we lost this person. Now, that person is no longer we know, when we know the news, I just when did seriously like my daughter's like at the stop. And I was like a dead person. And I think my wife started beating again, you know, that realization kicking in, when I was standing in front of Bhutan, even speaking to I think it's Arshad Sheikh Abdullah, the son in law, it used to do

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some work with my uncle set, you know, back in the day.

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And you and then, you know, then it all just hit me like a ton of bricks and back, you know, then I realized, you know, the honey keys

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is gone now, you know, and

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well, I, it was a Saturday of my own life. I just lost my father some weeks back also, I lost my house that I mean, just a couple of weeks ago. And then that will lie. You know, I didn't realize what sadness was truly, I mean, even after these two great losses, with the with the Hanif, you know that they yodas seriously, like I felt I felt like one of the Sahaba felt when the promises are impossible. They can just come in here when I have a shed Bismillah This is the very point that that monana unit is made now. I've heard others make the same point super handy.

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Long and at the risk of, of maybe

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much more we say,

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getting flack from family members.

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This, I share the sentiment. And on two days ago I met someone he also said the same thing he said

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he's lost family members, but the way he thinks about Buta, honey and he doesn't even open down if that well, they today

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two person sitting in this very lounge of mine. And the exact same words he said I lost my mother I lost my father was said, but I never cried as much as I tried to put the Hanif. So Mahanama so and this continuously brings you back to this one point this cannot be except a boon from a lot of other places and lots of people because when someone's behind

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mean I'm not saying that now no one a friend of mine also because then you go obviously the messages were sent around you and now you know in our locality and our community. So all the brothers of the masjid and our team that rides together from the masjid on our bicycles. So one of the brothers I was dropping because I had to pick up you know, we do some work for my EDA. So that same afternoon after the Genesis to let you go and deliver you know throughout KPN article deliver food which Peter Hanif was also obviously a big part of and then I dropped out my one friend the last that unite me tonight was like, you could see you know, I'm putting on a brave brave face. But even there were

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tears in his eyes he said when when you realize that Buddha and he didn't even know like Well listen, he didn't even know Buddha honey, yet by chance just ran into the haniff passing by also just like you know, really a POS apostle a passing by the hand if Mary greeted him with something who came to the masjid one night and we were speaking and then he probably created with a Junaid or something of the sort. But he said he was also crying. You know, when the other night he was feeling it for me when he said he couldn't understand why was why are these these feelings? You know? And I've experienced this you know, some some someone some people passed away who were big at big die in

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in the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala like this person hafeet Patel Rahim Allah tala from England. And when he and when he passed, I mean I met him once I met him in the year 2000. We sat in his room he gave me a turban and a miswak It reminded me so of you know, his presence him but I we just met him and briefly spoke to us and I never ever saw him again. It was the first time I also really met him. But when I already paused, I also just cried and cried and cried.

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And like Mullah Simon, I feel this is a sign of acceptance inshallah, Allah subhanho wa Taala, Allah puts a real love for, for you in the hearts of the people. You know, you get that acceptance. I mean, the Hadees speaks about that Allah puts that love there. And then you get accepted, you know, by the majority of the people. At this point, I would like to point out that first and foremost is Eunice and heavy

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and TRICARE for joining us as well. And for all of those watching. This, these are comments being made about an individual, not an alum, not a hafeez not somebody who spent years and years and years studying Dean. But yet, these are the contributions and the effects that we that we are coming to learn about now some of which I'm hearing for the very first time. The lesson we can immediately take from this is that all of us need to aspire to make a contribution to the deen of Allah subhana wa tada in tensile law. If you help LS Dean a law will help you. And I think Subhanallah that that's like the ultimate lesson when it comes to with the Hanif Malala could say anything, pick up books,

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let's set up a whole I could say we're having a tower Expo we're doing this we never would you here with the high knees saying I can't unless he's already busy doing something else for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah

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Subhan Allah we can obviously prolong this discussion, I'm going to bring on board Abdur Rahman and Molina's Can I

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say farewell inshallah. To Allah. Yes, you can sideline us we would

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like to bring on board Muladhara Zack with man is another friend and close

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partner of the hanifin Dara Somali Come on, man. Malhotra, Zach with man. Kevin, how

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are you from Santa Marta? La

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Mola. Yes, we can hear you too.

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Kamala Harris for joining us, Amanda. Now, you had a very special role to play in these last few years with with the Hanif you will like he is right and man again, when it came to Fernando and the project they going with him regularly as the hot lead in the ad and giving the jumar tell us a bit about your experiences with regards to the Dharma and what you've witnessed as far as the effects of Buddha Hanif is concerned. And I believe you have some very special news to share with us this evening as well in shall we.

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And hamdulillah handleable alameen salatu salam ala sudeley relax a lot. It was said that he was so happy he commented beyond the sign like we did. And my dad was Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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That did me and you request it by becoming both

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Marana. I know there are many people who deserve this platform. But Alhamdulillah as I've been given this chance mahna mahna sometimes I don't know where to start from one. But

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my first

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encounter with with Hanif was knocked Hanif used to love to attend HTML and ambulating to Studio 1004 2005. Where hamdulillah You know, my first impression when I met him, he doesn't know. It doesn't know me from knowing one. But the one at the moment. He he met me He impressed me more now, especially knowing that I'm not from here. You know, he touched my heart. He thought I this brings me brings to mind one other man biostat happy the whole lot. He says when he when he was a student how chateaubriand Gabrielle's man he he doesn't know him from Norway. But how chateaubriand Gabrielle's have embraced him. And and you know, and you know, so he felt like he felt very special.

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This is how I felt from my first encounter with him a lot. And then of course, as he decreed when I came to the nine, so handle that one of the best decisions in my life to handle, may Allah, Allah teaches abundant tuition. And then of course, as again hamdulillah Mona it gave me a teaching platform, an opportunity in 2012. But then I was living in Mitchell's plane, so I had to relocate and come I had to move to Weinberg was definitely much closer to my workplace. La, he didn't wanna, honey, told me, you know, you know, getting a place in November is not that simple. Then put the hand if you're not in a shot, you see so in my basement some concern and he asked me, you know, but

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then also at the Marina, you know, Rosa was struggling, I say that, you know, I have moved to Hamburg. And that is the end of the year.

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You know, so I, I hate to you know, so we handle up a tiny bit of bliss behind him his property. And he told me one

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time after that, you know, you can you can move in hamdulillah and

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Subhana Allah, he never put in the figure as therein lies I'm sitting here, as I'm sitting here will lie never put any figure, he told me tell you what you can imagine, you know, having a,

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you know, a house in mind, but how much that can you know, in terms of generate income. And what I'm going to tell you is very personal Boehner

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sometimes will lie, despite the fact I was paying almost next to nothing, then he'll come in the morning and sometimes you know, I used to travel into strength and he will put money in my hands more like you need books wanna, you know, some you know, we were we also used to travel together and way to contribute towards fuel. And sometimes Monday, you know, we live classes used to end like four o'clock, and then he would come home and then my wife would say hamdulillah and communists into Home Food Not once not a couple of times a week in a knowing that I was a student these things that's my heart and him and the last thing from 2012 to 2017 in his property mana, you know, being

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the first man to see going to the mosque and he will come how many times the canapes panel update those of you come and look my went by my dog and then you sit down I'm gonna wait for you to unlock while the car is idling outside and his personal moments I will never forget. Nevertheless, what I wanted to mention which is very important here is that and then as Allah decreed strength maintain committee came to Manali and the requests if we will have a branch in strength county and the marina Alhamdulillah Toby's one Mama told me I should take that project on. Then 120 15 we had to start the double limestone contain Sunday classes in front of on Sundays. I was in I was not mobile by then.

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Like every Sunday remember we had projectors and we had equipments the screen and administer in Apple hubs traveling with public transport with those equipments and stuff. Some are very expensive, but the Hanif opted to take me every Sunday morning and you know classes that half past eight, so we need to be the eight o'clock so the man has to leave behind the comfort of his home. Without panela not even not even blinking an eye sacrifice

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So handily, when I read this is way too similar canopy masasa. Like it actually gives me a, you know, a tres petani, Spanish personality. And sometimes even a commoner will come with an let alone dropping in one idea, they will again come pitch panel. Well, let's continue this until I look in the panhandle. So these are things that are live. And this one will be I know time is running short. But there's two things I want to mention here. That's a panel if I can get this quilt is in my life, Allah makes mention of those who are successful 1111 is one of that being woman you cannot see, but like,

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the person who is 200 protected from the stinginess and and being attached to his to his handler, his inner self. So had a lot going on with the Hanif sacrificed everything, including handling time for his family, including his wealth, well, why how many times that kind of breakdown how many times even when, on our journey to sometimes to Hana, Hana. And, yeah, and I also have a very special relationship with tennis mother, and what sometimes they used to look for granted, and they are looking for all over, but she came hamdullah back to our place and she was enjoying ourselves fascist love, so much, elegant.

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And then when I came, you know,

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this project of where I was mentioning two things, one is that sacrificing completely liberating yourself from that inner attachment to things, right now, why?

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If you think I need to give up a light right now, when I was told like a woman who is very successful as we are speaking here, why? Why is the why why, why, why is the love that Allah Allah mentioned that when Allah love someone, a lot, you know, instills that love in the in the heart of the creation of Allah, because I have goodness in a lot of meanness, the most beloved person to Allah is that person who is more beneficial to mankind. Well, like even non Muslims, they can tell you, our neighbors in dancing road, ask them whenever there was a need in the middle of the night, they will come with me. And then of course, there's nothing john wanted to mention is that which

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definitely has brought success to the honey. When I was working together on AOL, hi, Marina, Bill maruf went home and Luca would like a homophone. Allah say Subhana Allah be amongst you from this we're going to call towards higher woman is an amendment. In a law there's no better height than calling to the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala. I remember that trip this morning, Eunice speaking about 2017 is within erotica in month of Ramadan. And we weren't able to because myself and when I leave it is at the mercy. But again, I want to mention how the honey is Baraka, he brought that Baraka to dharma. It was a Dharma in must be Jamaat, that went that site and this they were based

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intelligent, and then at hamdulillah there's a time with time for Gush monisha Do you know that whereby you know you go to you know, from toe to toe with the honey do wasn't contented in kaladan he had to leave as you had now they went to great and and Hannah What am I just imagine going to gosh, that far that's what honey and Mala Mala mission he went with put a kid with a deposit very close to to put the honey lie when did when when did you know the news? You know, the family contacted me you know and when I saw the guy does call coming in Yeah, I knew this is handled must be very devastating to him as a very beloved cutter. But nevertheless Alhamdulillah we were very

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fortunate at hamdulillah that when it came back and he gave people not only gave him an opportunity, a platform to speak about Hansel and Gretel and all these places, and Alhamdulillah since then, there is a Gemma which came to mind but muckety muck I remember very well after that trip of Ramadan and then we did honey as you know how is very much you know, you know, he's he you know he is very lively man. So as I was translating to the Java displace, so mana lie, they said they want to go to split a mocha Jamaat, and in this one we went to him and we we met verse Allah they persisted that we need to bring all the stakeholders in Hana. So I hamdullah we gathered them together and we made

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our first dose Allah will lie the following the Juma our first Juma was performed in brother ribbon, the one we put in after

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just a few things that standing out that I can't lost by this this jovial nature of the Hanif master highlight yet because you know, for for the for the person getting the first introduction through this program. They might think, Okay, this is a serious guy he's always on Jamaat, always making data always speaking to people about Allah and Islam. It's like the opposite of that. But Danny was like an adventure.

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I don't know like, imagine that he can. Manali both a Land Rover because of the Hanif booth and Land Rover because of the Hanif. You know, he was

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Have you made anything fun? Can you just give us some of that just a dose of

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this

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in the year 2009 or 10. I'm not too sure how I've connected.

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My family with Danny's family. We went on a trip. We both had Land Rover in the Land Rovers. And a two week trip up to George, his brother loves the Amanullah, nice ocean. My entire family to this day will tell you that is the best time they've ever spent to Bahamas. And it is purely because of the Hanif and his, his joyful nature is how alive he is and how, like I mentioned in my writing and my writer, he has this amazing ability to observe detail, and then to retain it for years to bahala s so wherever we went, he will be able to give us so much detail and history and so forth. So it was really an amazing trip. As you said, I always tell my students becoming pious doesn't mean you must

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become serious. In fact, the opposite that was exactly when he was he was always fun to be with and that is why whenever I went any way I would always want him to be by my side because I knew it was not going to be boring with him around to handle absolutely I can still hear him saying I'm

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sorry to say

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yes.

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When I do testify to that so panela that even while we were we were with the German American German mana this the I remember very well these are comments they were making this the same scene. Somebody who is calling people was Allah but in a beautiful man. He says his lap, man I'm sorry, I'm gonna tell you when I when we came back to the Jamaat six, seven jamaats but the three only three brothers went to us 200 the other brothers mana, they said they need to go the following day. But I needed them. Oh, it's too late. It's too late for me. No, I was telling them. It's too late for you. They you know the thing is going on. Anyway. One I just want to end off I know I know. Time is also not

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on our side. This is now going went an hour or less this last week went to perform tomorrow and cannot fight back mahna mahna, Razak, just to put things into perspective before you give the big news, right. So on this very same platform, in last Ramadan, we were we together we were speaking about this an addenda project. And we raised the first the first couple of 100 grands towards that project. I can't recall exactly what amount that was Manali came on and you just went with the Hanif to the to this place. And we said okay, this is a property want to make a move to purchase the property. And you know, that was Ramadan last, we about three, four months from Ramadan now. And

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this is another update. Okay, we back on this platform. And I think we need to get the update as to what exactly transpired the if it's coming to fruition, one of the razack Bismillah

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Al Hamdulillah. In terms of, if I get mana correctly, we're not mentioned that you you used to use in terms of in terms of the project of the gentleman that Alhamdulillah as i can tell you one as I'm sitting here, so my family loved myself and my use and we went to the individ

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sorry.

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Okay, so Marina, we went to Paragon who had sold the property Alhamdulillah to the collections which Manali played a vital role. Alhamdulillah and that we, we Yeah, Alhamdulillah as we are sitting here at hamdulillah we have Alhamdulillah

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access to the Plessy shala and maybe, maybe it won't be perhaps appropriate to mention on a but the shallowater we are planning to have a Juma soon in the in the property that was purchased by the community Alhamdulillah we can tell you for sure that Alhamdulillah with the Hanif fo has not gone in vain Alhamdulillah and even beyond that when I perhaps will elaborate more. In fact, we have hamdullah mana has other projects in mind as well, that has come to success Alhamdulillah the project is in the hands of hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. It belongs to the handler, the handler they have come to the property now handler and definitely shout out to Allah. More projects will be

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handled, you know, kicking off that handler from that as well. But hamdulillah Jazakallah hermana. That's brilliant. they'll accept, accept, accept and may we all for those people before before we go any further. Yes.

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Yeah, just wanting one I wanted to share. And of course there's many things everyone wants to share.

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But on our way now Friday until I went to myself and for the for him and Rohit and Manjula, both brothers of the honey, we went to perform Juma now this Friday, and one of the things I was mentioning to us,

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you know, when you know that they will know when the news, you know, came out of the demise of the honey from LA, it was very sad, in fact, there

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that I wasn't able to find one my family because my daughter was very beloved, she used to call my daughter, my puppy. She was very beloved. In fact, when she was born, you know, when we brought her hamdullah she came home on the London police dramatic reminder, we, you know, this was the first car ever in your life that you you drove in. And then it was really hard. So for me to tell her that the sadness and the pain I do in the eyes of my daughter.

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I'll never forget that. And then the other one was to break the news to to that lady when I mentioned early on in Culloden.

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She just went quiet.

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And she said, like you see,

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I will meet a lot and I will tell how much without any president for me. She told me that. And then and then the the family from

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Angela that through the grace of Allah that embraced Alhamdulillah. You know, she, the lady stays in Grayson and her two daughters and and a boy handle elbow. But both of them are handler we made their Shahada mission of Allah. And then one actually took the name of the Hanif sister, you know, she named she chose shader and will light the husband for me. Shortly after that when you know, this news spread. And he said this woman said that, she said, his wife says, before she enters General, she's going to ask a lot is put 100 inside is not inside. She She won't feel comfortable to go in because he made her Muslim and the other because Jenna, it's going to be through Alhamdulillah the

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efforts of me. And lastly, mala before I go, is when we were traveling to Hana on Friday. And then one of them told me happy though, like he told me, you know, when the news, you know, you know, came out and he was rushing back because he lives in spent with anecdotes. He was rushing back now to Weinberg. So he you know, he had to pass in foods to collect food for the family. Definitely, there's no time to make food on such a evening. In fact, you're planning to have the janazah. But plans change afterwards when you know, one of the brothers requested. We delayed the channels a little bit. So he said you went to this food store. And then it was eight o'clock and 100 is a

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Muslim lady very well dressed. And she lived more than that in one of that. And then I didn't want that one up. She asked Why so late said you know,

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I wasn't planning to come but I did the news of my father in law, you know, the demise of my father in law, you know, law is brought me back.

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If you asked him Who's your father in law? Then she said to the woman when I say to the honey, yeah, Allah, the lady went silent.

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And then wonder was wondering like, so who is this lady?

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And then?

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Well, I, she said, she opened up, he says, You know, I was a student at nine.

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And even while I was a student, I was struggling so much with the Hanif who's always come to my place, drop stuff, equal help as much as possible. And then he didn't even end there. She did end there. He does what you say. say, Well, I'm standing here with the honey got me this job.

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Yeah.

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Yeah. Well, and did you say my husband, my husband as a condition, and as you're speaking here, in fact, my husband was just waiting for me to get better. He was supposed to assist him in his a condition, I don't say on a that needs to be remedied. So so he actually anyway, so then when I went out, when when when he will bring the food to the panel, the tears in our eyes will not will not even hold back. So this is my alma

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mater and I'm sitting here thinking like, we do I even begin to create such an impact, as panela you know, hiring us and for our own leanness, the best of people are those who are beneficial to other people. I mean, what's the point if you can talk the talk, but you can walk the walk, here's a man who here you ask him to talk He said, No, no, no, no, not for me. By the walk that walk you walk circles around you. And panela I just before we go on, we have Mona Zakaria Philander and as well as wonderful as Eddie, both of whom shade amazing relationships with with the Hanif in different capacities and in fact going to move on to discussions with him. Just go ahead and Malhotra, Zack

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for joining us. May Allah bless you, Melody would you and may you get the trophy to continue with the good work.

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That you that you've joined with the hanifin. Just before we we head over to Melissa Korea and among them I'd like to share this clip with the Hanif drain myself and the discovery slam team.

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And as I play this clip, I'd like the the viewers to know that the discovery Islam scene currently I'm not, I'm not directly involved the anymore indirectly, always Yes. But currently they're going through a bit of a financial crisis. And if the community doesn't step up soon, this place is going to close down. So being minded, this is one of Nick's passions, this is one of his projects that he gave his life to that as you could. Early on, he started the the mosque open days. So please just have a look at this and just look at the hanifin actions of a handler. And I hope and pray that we can share the passion that he had. So this is the majority of the brothers who just went out now,

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you can invite the town of laingsburg.

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And we've got some amazing reports about what has taken place. Just to inform the brothers thus far we've got the children involved. We just got a testimony that one of the ladies embraced Islam three days ago and she's not afraid to embrace Islam today.

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He also wants to become like one of us, he would like to accept us fights. But okay, since they have been inexperienced, they haven't got the experience of Tower Hamlets. This is like all part of that experience, are they learning with it. So now they have to seal off their Shahada so hamdulillah so they told me a businessman is willing to accept. So I see reasons man, let's go to that house without having to speak to the men 100 leather men like the shadow the foreigner, but the main reason is that he was a pastor of the church 100 that he's gonna come over later to the wall. So we will speak to him again. But he's, he's too happy he wants to bring his own family with. So he wants

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his kids also now to become Muslim as well. hamdulillah they also will further up, they will get another lady by the name of your lender. This lady is so excited about Islam. She could tell us about what's happening here. But from her perspective as he passes by, and he actually listens to radio so radio.

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So these apparently some Muslim Islamic radio programs that take a price on it, I'm not familiar, but he says he listen to it all the time. So she's also so much taken into this universe. Islam is so good. Now she is also wanting to make sure either we told her to synthesize it, but we didn't get into it. But we wanted to come back

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and listen to that, man understand that properly and the next step.

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So she's coming over, then we need some more other people also handle other people's answers. So Sofia, the people are so willing to accept and the people who really want some change here. And the changes that people want here is to break away from this life that they have, they have a certain lifestyle of drinking and all of these things that's happening and they actually asking us can we change that the understand they want us to change and they want us to do away with all of this. But all they need to do is measure them become Muslim. And just say like

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and then everything will be changed.

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This is so now I'm inviting them to come over to the to the wall, the Wonder clock modernization program, and then we will have the two of the masjid and inshallah so what I will do is you shall we got to continuously make this record by hand Oh no 101 Hola. Hola. quwata illa de la Lila Lim. So consequently out in the spot, we always make this bigger all the time all the time with the kittens. It's only from Allah. And Allah will soften the hearts and then I'll make it easy for them to come over as many as you can as long as now for you answers also always remember to come out in a state of Voodoo Tao is also a form of feedback that will lead to any form is invalid. We always like to be

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in a state of will do so in the state of who do we go out to to attack us and so forth. We try to Allah Allah Subhana Allah opened our hearts, Allah karate, Daya. Allah is the one in charge. So inshallah will we do with his appeal and connect to over 111 now so many of the brothers is all experiencing that the people's heart is soft and soft themselves. And the people are just accepting us a lot, but it's a wonderful experience. We're really enjoying it out here.

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Really

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Credit those who actually listening to this to the to the, to this clip so we encourage you to come out come out solely for the sake of Allah. This effort is the effort of mbrs Allah, Allah chosen special people to do justice Kadima and those people that they will they will call these people sample for 50 years and then they can't even complain to our that these people didn't want to change. Some of the people wanted to kill him. Some of them also killed him. But yeah, we understand that we don't face any of those challenges. So easy for us. So make that a case and akarma that takes us on of mbrs around the

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desert

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Arab

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llama fellow or Hamas a confusion me

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one of the microphones here

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Is it me?

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No, I don't think so. Okay. JACK. Okay. JACK Molo, head on for joining us. Both of my teachers are hungry. Now I have all three teachers and me the students in middle

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school, my Montana we speaking about pata Hanif and the legacy of our kimono she some advice to ourselves we have a large number of people or half 1000 people, you know who whose hearts go out not only to put the Hanif as an individual but for what he represented as our end he leaves behind him a legacy. What exactly is a legacy? This is a word that we often people speak about this.

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That is a bit about legacy.

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Salam O Allah Allah Manuela salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. To my colleagues and to the listeners, and I'm sure Come on tomorrow night, shad for putting this thing together. I'm in Oh, you're listening to everyone. And I think it's, I would have served a better purpose just continued continuing to listen, rather than then then appear.

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Because speaking about with the Hanif, you know,

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you realize that

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the man loved the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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It's like you said while others

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talk the dean, and while while others hope to,

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to reach

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some form of acceptance, acceptance of Allah subhanho wa Taala was an individual who

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would did it.

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He just worked.

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And

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we met like that, as well. I know you want me to talk about is about legacy also and about what you leave behind. But what you leave behind is a lot to do with what how you utilize your time

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when you have the time.

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And this man was basically a machine

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monali myself, and everyone else around him was too little for him.

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in need.

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He needed to work with all of us on different things. Yeah, at one time, at one time, sometimes he needed to do that.

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And can you imagine so? So we weren't able to keep up with him. It was it was actually very difficult to keep up with the fan if he was involved without a name to a great degree. He still had the time to be on the board, a board member of discover Islam center.

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And he wasn't just an ordinary board member. He was a board member but he was also a ground worker. So that means, like that clip that you played. So whatever was happening on the ground, he was there as well.

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You know, they told me some stories when I when I got involved with discovery Islam, they told me some stories about human Nassim Nassim is also a good friend. Plus, he was watching of Hanif. When they went to Johannesburg, and there was a conference happening. It was at our conference and they went with Dr. Abdullah Hakim quick to the conference.

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And

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when they got off the plane

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on their way to the conference,

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they gave Darwin to the taxi driver and he embraced Islam like

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this

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When they when they got into the lobby while they were trying to organize the rooms, the Hanif was busy giving Dawa, to the, to the guy who organizes the rooms.

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Subsequently, this man also embraced Islam.

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The cons, they weren't at the conference yet. They are attending a conference where people are going to talk about our way people are going to be giving long lectures. And while other people are preparing the lectures, this man is doing

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it, it came to one point where we they told me that was by Nassim Taleb that told me the story, they told me, it was becoming a bit boring in the conference,

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you know, because they were just having to listen. And they were seeing all these people that works at the hotel that has been enlisted to do the catering, carrying this and carrying that. So they thought okay, we're also going to leave a talk. So we're going to start doing dow among these people. And then they started doing dow, everyone else was talking, they started doing Darwin amongst the workers and the people they they were counting and they were having a very good reminiscing about about just how many people embraced Islam and that

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this man is a unique man. We are having this program tonight because because this was no ordinary individual that we talking about you

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He made you feel alive. You know, if you had doubt as to as to what you were doing if you thought you were sacrificing all you needed to be was in his presence then you would be reminded now know that we still doing too little we're not doing enough yet. It's not about our worries is about the worries of the people.

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he would he would let you see the the beautiful side of things. You know, he's got it. He's got literally he's got dry stories to share with with everyone. Everyone that was on tonight has got our stories. I got my personal stories with him as well. You know, the outlying towns that we went to when I showed you just that you have yours. And we were in Atlantis one one night, and we decided we were going to sleep there before before the next day's activities.

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And the night we were sitting outside and we were there was a few of us and we're just looking out over over, over

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in friedenberg we slipped in further back and we were looking up and then he and then he said Isn't this the life? This is the life you out in the path of Allah. You preparing for Tao. He was just so fired up. He made you see the beauty in everything that you are doing so behind Allah.

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You know, we were out in Tosa Duffy and needless to say that with the honey gotcha does in the town that we went to that is that is close to that. That goes without saying Allah subhanho wa Taala allowed people to accept Islam on the ends of this man.

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like like like no, no one else that I know.

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a toaster coffee. We had a hole full of people and the while the people love to hear about Allah subhanho wa Taala and they were shouting amen when we were talking about the effect of Allah subhanho wa Taala no one had yet embraced Islam up until that point.

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And and I was thinking you know, the people it seems like they're also opens But Why is no one actually connecting?

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And the talk was finished. And lo and behold, everyone can guess who calls me was a thing and was busy with an individual. That was the he calls me

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and he's busy with the only European man old man that that is that is that came to the program is busy sitting talking to him. And he said, Alana this man he's now ready to embrace Islam.

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He done the spadework he done the backward he done everything. This was fine. If you know he just call you in the job is 90% done. When he gives you the benefit of finishing it off. This was the type of man he was it wasn't about the glory man. It wasn't about the accolades. He was about. He was about to work, you know, on a personal level, so we were in Atlantis, and we were staying there, not Atlanta, Saldana. We were in South Dakota and we were staying in Saldana

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and his family was with him. And what what I want to say tonight also what I admired when I saw him and his family in action.

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I thought to myself, This man has the ability to

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to bring his family together as a unit.

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Not only in the love of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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but also in the work of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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He wasn't only a diary himself, he installed Dharma and the and the passion to

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to strive for the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala his family, his kids was with him, his wife was they, they were supporting him. They, they, they bought into the lifestyle that he that he loved 100% you know, I, I looked at that. And I and I thought to myself, you know, if Allah can grant me this ability to bring a hungry lamb, my kids are too bad. I don't want to say that I got bad kids.

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But I don't want them to get the misunderstanding here. But what I'm saying is the way that he entrenched the love of Allah subhanho wa Taala for his for his children, and how they were on board with him, or they were in the streets with him, or they were serving and other other parts of the ladies programs. They were in the trenches. So behind Allah. And, and that is a testament to him. He used to tell me, wanna my wife, my children, they love the stories of the Sahaba. So I tell him the stories of the Sahaba. We love, we love to talk about the Sahaba if there was one man, other people talk about the stories of this Harbor, like it is legends of the past. With the Hanif, he didn't

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talk about the Sahaba. Like they were legends of the past. He talked about the Sahaba. Like he wanted to be a Sahaba

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he wanted to be like them. And not only did he want to be like them, he strove to be like them, you are striving. He was trying to love it. That's why I say man.

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It's very, very big shoes to fill. We have lost a person of that hour. That I don't know how we are going to replace but anyone who's listening tonight,

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people like this existed in our time, sometimes we don't acknowledge it. But people like this exist. We all of us had the honor of interacting with this man of being moved by him of of, of seeing his his sacrifice of seeing the links he will go to Well, I

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you know, yeah, you can ask him anything. I mean, Manali knows that you can ask him anything. He will drop off everything. He never tells you. I'm too busy. You know, he makes a plan. It makes a plan. I ran into him in spa a few weeks before before he passed away in him and his wife. And I told him I didn't see you in a long time and this and that. And the other you know, we had a chat. But you can't have a chat too long where we don't just chit chat about things you know with with the Hanif. No, but with the honeybees. This is what is happening. This is what is happening here concerning our This is what is happening today concerning our Milena Are you ready? When are you

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coming with me again? We know we're going to move don't just we can't just talk about these things in spa when we meet in spa. These things need to be translated into action so I thought okay, I commit when you tell me when you're ready then I'm done. I'm gonna have to go. He wasn't afraid to enlist. The person you would enlist you Alamo not alum, whatever you are wherever you think you are on your on your I was he in thinks you have that iOS and he tells you come you need to be in the trenches and come with me I'm going to make it comfortable for you in the trenches because I will make the most of you this was this was him. I will make you fit my you will be out in the trenches

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and you won't even know so behind Allah.

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We can sit here for hours you know, listen to one of the Reza can listen to mana Alia I listened to more than a unit I listen to Avi and

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and everyone has just beautiful things to say about him. He he leaves behind her family. His children are our recitals of the Quran, Allah Allah or the people of Allah Bahasa to, that is that is the people

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with a family he leaves behind, you know, he leaves

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he's a he's a legacy in himself, his religion in himself, but he leaves behind a legacy, a loving legacy, in terms of his family. And that is also beautiful. And I want to I want to take this opportunity to pass on my sincerest condolences to his to his family, his children, his wife, his extended family, his brothers and so on and so forth. I know the loss that they may feel we as a community but but no this you can see tonight that an entire community is is is sharing in the loss. And, and you guys are not alone in the sugar on one of their shirts and nice to see them on an alley. And I didn't have an opportunity to speak them on and I listened to them. I didn't have the

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art. I didn't have the auto phone Yo mama daddy. I must. I must I must admit, as a courier if I may speak to you. I was actually missing you and I've been used as well know with your best wheels.

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Associate

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Yes, I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to have a conversation with you because of the emotion that would be overwhelming for us. But sugar is lovely that that the shard is bringing us together. I may not it was the reason.

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Now we have our final speaker, also very much active in the mitre project just via the column I've

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uninsurable and introduce him when if you can just kind of check your microphone every time and muted. This seems to be some sort of a feedback way. For everyone watching. This was such an amazing experience to hear. You know what each and every Muslim has the potential of doing, not waiting for anyone to give them permission, not waiting for any title not waiting for any certification, but making such an impact on the world making such an impact on Islam and on the community. I pray that Allah Subhana Allah inspire you through the life of Buddha Hanif and the Legion that he leaves behind the legacy that he leaves behind. Just to keep you all informed inshallah. I have recently

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started a new venture. This is part of it that hamdulillah I used to be running everything in my personal capacity on this platform, if now commenced to the new one called the snad Academy because it's not just about myself any longer. The Academy represents classical Islamic learning in a contemporary setting. Our first official program has been set today. This was the transition one. So this has now launched the Hungary labs. Please do follow us on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and our website will be up soon. We have a Juma broadcast on Friday and then a very exciting program and I think all of us will be will be eager to benefit from that one inshallah. A panel discussion like

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this, that will be co hosted by the voice of the cape as well. So it will be simultaneously broadcast on both platforms. We will speak about vaccinations and the channel consists of Mufti Taha Quran, Dr. Salim Parker, Dr. Zamir Bray, and Dr. Sadie Kerim, what about vaccines? Do we need to know and where do we go from here? Very important topic, I believe it's going to be an issue going forward in 2021. So please do join us for that. To stay abreast of this information, you just need to subscribe to the snad Academy channels. And of course, I will be posting on this platform as well so that you can be informed of that. So that was just my interlude with regards to the information,

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my my dear teacher, Melinda mo as Annie, longtime teacher of many Alhamdulillah and played a significant role in the dour of Buddha Hanif and his project in canal. Also part of this this organization called Alma EDA, more about that directly from

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Kamala Harris, Virginia. Sorry to keep you waiting for so long. We know we keep the best for last. Lila.

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Bismillah

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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and foremost, I would just like to thank Malaysia today. And it is working in the background for having this program tonight. It was an extremely emotional program for me.

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We have heard people speak of the goodness, it was Buddha Hanif

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his comedic moments as well.

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It felt man with so much joy. And there were moments where we just outright laughed. Then there were other moments. We deep sorrow entered into me, I burst into tears, to think that we had lost such a great man.

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Yes, Alhamdulillah Allah graced me

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with the opportunity to have known him personally and to have known of the great work that he had done, and to have served in a small way

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around a year in D. We have assisted him in the I just want to correct that. I'm not an integral member of the Alameda project.

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They are my project

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is run mostly by our Muslim sisters. And they are doing excellent work, Mashallah. And Buddha Hanif was one of the males in the background that

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also did excellent work with the project and the hanada effort. We made effort just before he passed away, to indicate tu tu tu tu tu tu tu tu to the point the needy infinity bundle

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Insha Allah when he passes in the almighty the project will take over inshallah, definitely a part and parcel of continuing the legacy that is with the Hanif is to whatever extra monies you have

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to forward it towards the almighty the project and the project these days is all over Cape Town Alhamdulillah by the grace of Allah, feeding the hungry, clothing, the naked, etc. But definitely part and parcel of the hanada deli for this room. I just want to briefly say

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the main if we had lost this mean it we fondly call Buddha Hanif we don't say mowlana. We don't say Eman. We don't say shall we say Buddha. And if but what lies in the Buddha Allah What? What lies in the Buddha, some of us that are present here we know what lies in the Buddha. We know that when we appear on the day Fiamma if Allah can accept us is always accepted him Allahu Akbar, what is what is the use of a title Mola, now the title share, and you haven't served the motto of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him.

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The age of perfect people it is in the

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age of perfect he believes in it except for the return of Ibiza. But the prophet Allah Islam in Chelsea said, Locanda babina been locked up, if anybody after me

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he, IT person would have been at the center of pop. And I want everybody to know that for us in Cape Town, our humor was

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from many aspects.

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If there was ever a fault in Buddha, honey, the fault was that he made

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he might overpower you understand.

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Just losing you there for a moment, I think it's a signal issue. Just give more than a few moments to come back.

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One can definitely feel the emotion with each one of them. It is is addressing and in fact, throughout the program is extremely emotional. And I mean, the embed such as with the handcuffs.

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It's not difficult to see why. Right? I sit here with with is a good envy in me, as a good interviewer must clarify that thinking like, How on earth am I even gonna make it any way close to this legacy? You know, it's something it's astounding. It's really astounding. And I mean, if anything, everyone that has been part of this program this evening, is a testimony to that. So behind the law, while we're waiting for my demo, and allow me to again, appeal to everyone watching. I mean, if 525 viewers can each contribute 100 ran towards the projects that were mentioned, the Merida project, the discovery Islam center, it will make such a huge impact. And this can be your

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start, you can do a lot through my contribution on this night allow me to have a bit of the legacy with the honey face behind by me contributing to something that he actually made an effort towards, and something that he was actually really proud of, and something that he worked hard for. So I do appeal to everyone and I'm not this is not going to you know assist myself in any way in this dunya since this is purely because we really want to see this work continuing and you know, it's huge shoes to fill. It's gonna come it's gonna take all 500 and, and 29 us to do even you know make a dent in with the Hennessy legacy just spinal. It's insane. But that's that's what we need to do.

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They need to do it insha Allah.

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Brother Abdullah, Sunday is asking, is the monthly contribution available? Absolutely. Yes, absolutely. You may contribute monthly to the discovery Islam center, and I'm sure if someone could kindly send the details of the Merida project in the comments, then I'll add that to the comments as well. Okay, there we go as you can on the phone. So you can contact

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for the mitre project, contact that phone number in Charlotte either, and you'll find out more about the project and I'll just have the banner scrolling again at the bottom of the screen with the discovery slam center. So you have the contact details you have the the office address, you have the banking account details and so on. Manali if there's anything that you'd like to add at this point, while we're waiting for my demo, I think is struggling to get back in.

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You know, just with regards to people's contribution towards the hour and the legacy that they can contribute towards, and they often if we hopefully get them back, if not, we can conclude with the iron shell of a little forebode Bismillah.

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Just as you mentioned this

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Speaking about the ligature with the Hanif personally in this one thing that is that is that I have learned from Danny's life and death is that number one I'm doing way too much in you know often we we feel justified when we feel some bodily fatigue to perhaps say no to certain tasks and so forth.

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But when it came to put a hand if I knew for a fact that at times and after overtime if I had a dog condition but bahala there were times I would know that the honey would come home and you would be exhausted but then there was this one partly didn't deliver it perhaps in just plain and that exhaustion would not be an excuse for him.

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He would handle wanna make sure beside parents within any but but to begin with he had so much energy to begin with.

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So this is the one thing that I that I would like to to pick as a lesson from the life and beautiful the honey that McLeod Allah subhanho wa Taala to give me that enthusiasm inshallah, that I'll be able to tie this body in his service inshallah

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that from all of us in sha Allah,

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Allah you

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may also use this all in the will lead us to the Hanif inshallah

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Emmys as well as mentioned we should get our entire families involved inshallah and I don't know how proof this is maybe one of the career wanna resell even can can rectify me This is an inappropriate thing to say. But when I got the news of Buddha Hanif

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I the way I felt was that I was in such disbelief that

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it was it brought to mind the house in Oman felt winavi Mohammed Salaam pasta ways to go hang on. So I don't know if that is in is an inappropriate thing to do that it's a feeling I got behind a lot and it made me

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better in insight into exactly how to have a master film

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no

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yes yes. I

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don't think any mistake in that in that type of analogy monana

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also to latch on to what you said my ashad

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you know these are we asking people we utilizing this opportunity to ask people to contribute and that's a good thing and

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and

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I want to encourage people to contribute contribute is very very important give give

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but

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and this once again is the bar code button if that is going to be resulting if anything is going to be given to us again you know he's working he's doing his thing from from the grave so behind Allah and

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but I want to remind people also to do

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Don't be afraid to do

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Don't be afraid to give of yourself for the deen of Allah is always Dean

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if this is the unlimited Allah subhanaw taala gives to ordinary human being which is himself that that we are that all of Capetown is in tears because of this man and problem and people from from further afield as well.

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Then so behind the law, it is also behind what I know gives honor to his to his special slaves. If you want to be of those special slaves and you want to take something from the legacy of a great man

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then then you then you have to do

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that this is what I'm taking away Mona Lisa, do you see what you're taking away? I'm taking away this you you also said you're taking away doing too little. And I'm I'm taking away the same thing Mona, we're doing too little. So I think it's only fair that if this is how we feel that whoever else is listening out here. We need to remind you that perhaps you are also doing too little. And if I get a bit flack for this

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but but maybe you also do maybe this maybe you can do much more. Maybe Maybe we shouldn't just be asking you to give a little bit of money. Maybe we should be asking you to avail yourself with our baby we should be asking you to go to the masjid where you where you live and to go see what you can do. Can you go vacuum the masjid and you go clean the toilets those

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To look for a high profile job to become a chairman and this and that, look for something where if you're going to do the work, there's going to be immediate impact, and people are going to serve as the chairman. But don't be afraid to clean the toilets. You know what I'm saying? Because this is this is what he did. He was a man who sat on the board

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of various organizations. But when you meet him

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in in that organization, then you would think he's one of the caretakers or is one of the delivery people who is one of the people just doing menial labor. So he was able to take decisions at an executive level, but he was able to execute at the grassroots level. And it didn't bother him. It didn't make him feel any any less of a human being. So behind Allah, he had love for the for four and he supported people who tried to love the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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I would, I would, I would perhaps describe as you notice on our map as scholars of Islam, we are scholars, we are all learning with the Hanafi he did what he could to be in the assistance of people like ourselves,

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because it is trying out the end. He was like, he recognized that and he realized that, you know, there is so much that we can take away. Yamato muslimeen you're listening.

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If I can say one thing on behalf of with the Hanif it would be it would be like, you must get involved. You know, come with us. Don't be afraid. You know what I mean? Give the Dharma you know you are that club.

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And so that is his legacy

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Jazakallah

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Pinnacle if he can mana Can I ask that you you begin to I insha Allah and will ask me to continue from the inshallah

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myself. Yes. Bismillah

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se Mola now on this program, I don't know there's

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no, no. It was any one possibility now.

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Think about it.

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I think Manali is better suited for the door and the last was in Selma for the

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money that I knew he was gonna

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drive is

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wonderful de la Manali from

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Montana. Just a reminder again, to all of the viewers to tune in on Oh, yes. My neotoma Alley go to this. I didn't actually want to mention a publicly but since one dimension now we must all do more. I also feel like I need to do more. So I have this towercos thing that that we did it the discovery slams into my knee. I still do it online. not charging anything for it. And intended as a sadaqa jariya forbidden Hanif and that's what I want to do just my little bit of it, you know, in a little a little culminate in a in a in a real project. We're going to go out inshallah, I mean, yes. And everybody with us here on the watching they need to go to this. Yeah. So if you're going to do the

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program that you learn and then you take them all out, you take them to an addenda or to a town and then we all come together and we will and we will share in that in Sharla Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah

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wa sallam Moraga shopping mall selling so you want to be you know more learner Mohammed was

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also me he was selling a long leg al hamdu coo coo coo coo Allahumma because

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a mean modeled on a modern was a loving must be modeled on a Muslim Muslim or Hamas me alone most of the demand is met

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with the honey hammer I mean Allahumma

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also be simultaneously broadcast on the voice of the cape in sha Allah do support all of the causes that we mentioned. And let us all make the Nia tonight that we will leave as big of a legacy that we can possibly leave behind and perhaps by chance alone accepted to be as impactful as the legacy of the late with the Hanif Abrams, Ella please submit in contempt in the hearts of his family and the believed and granted my place in general was a little lower LSAT, the Mohammed Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen to all my guests and to all the viewers smmi alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Come

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on over.