The Modernist Movement Part 7

Jamal Zarabozo

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going ahead with that,

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coming in, as

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I mentioned in the

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last

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series, I think I'm probably as happy as anyone else who has

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come to an end

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lecture after this one.

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Anybody have anything to do with

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what we've been covering the other seven lectures

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that are related to economics, or any political science?

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That was the question of whether or not in fact, there was even a need for a modernist movement or this kind of thinking within Islam.

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Women.

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Before I begin, as always, as to make the opening, opening remarks, usually based on what has happened since the last lecture,

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we were opening remarks.

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And in the first opening remarks,

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in the previous notice, I had been stressing one.

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One aspect

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concerning the personalities involved in the photo deciding and discussing.

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And this is from the rehab, where the lay of the filming was Mr.

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Press example, if you want to make criticize someone, and it was not productive, not to mention

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the negative aspects about that person without mentioning the positive aspects. Very rarely have I mentioned any of the positive aspects of some of the some of the some of the people

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any necessary aspect which should be made? And what have they done? And what have we contribute to them.

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And if some of our graduates have been lots of work,

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some of them have sacrificed the group view for the sake of example,

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things are known.

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And that's why I haven't stressed them in the in the lecture, because I found that

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I needed to suppress them.

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But I don't want people to do this, when we criticize anyone

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that this

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doesn't mean that you are saving the person being weak, and rejecting everything that you've done and everything with your

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point of view. But I would like to stress it again,

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to

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throw something nice to us. And one of the sparrows that he couldn't say, very sharply.

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But at the same time, he gave the liberals credit for

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helping him

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because I mean, it's very interesting and aggressive event here and refuting the arguments of the logician.

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Why does it matter to me

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any credit where credit is no, but at the same time, this present moment to overlook some shortcomings as those shortcomings are.

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The second

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the second, the second introductory point,

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there are a number of people who and some of the schools that would

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dispense the new lectures

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will try to suffer and help or try to defend me in this lecture.

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One important point is that

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if you see the person if you listen to some of the arguments that they have made that that

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we have to we have to realize that you're not helping them and you're not helping the situation simply by being

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the reason or by supporting them. And some people know that the wrong diversity for other reasons. This is wrong, completely wrong and unacceptable.

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And you're not even helping those people by being quiet for like 30 minutes. If you see them doing some rounds is just like 320 other individuals. And if you see me doing something wrong, and you're quiet and you don't tell me what I'm doing wrong,

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Don't get me wrong,

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you're arming myself as well as if you have the ability to do something, you're also feeling a sense

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of you see this.

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And then regardless of whether to someone at the center or someone I was discussing letters with someone,

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or whatever the case might be, and if you see anyone making mistakes, this is your obligation to make an appeal to them,

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is your obligation to make them and it's your obligation to make those people

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I mentioned this

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as a big machine,

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that when anyone makes a mistake, and if you support him, for other reasons, even though you know what you did was wrong, but you support him and your community, your community, by doing such a heavenly if you're,

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if you're quiet in your spiritual Hebrews, then as the one who

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sees what he actually sees the theme of what's going on, if you if you want to just look deeper, put your right foot in your heart to have this like look, and inshallah the truth, the middle of the province of Finland, Sweden had independent ideas about whenever

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you must change your hand, if you can

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find the last introductory point

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sometimes

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referred to as the Merc was the lecture of the series, and the the harsh,

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harsh words, which were repelled will be the harshest.

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And the reason for that, because now I'm trying to make the conclusion that the movement as a whole, and I'm trying to warn us about the dangers of this movie, where's the fence and the harsh arrow, I will try my best.

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And other than put some attention, try my best not to mention individuals

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in particular, in this in this lecture, because as you know, the difference between purpose and

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one example to to make them realize that our mission first about

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about financial plans, and are not feeling bad about people in particular, if someone was an act of goodwill, it doesn't automatically make him a cat. If he brought us together out of ignorance for some risk that we have or something like that, where he did not know the truth. And he wasn't he's not

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someone who's covered it.

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And it took too long.

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Not a long process, but then he takes

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some

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necessary before one thing before someone else does that. Well. Similarly, as I said, I'm working on working hard, perhaps,

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depending, I guess, on your point of view in this lecture,

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but I'm talking about an individual I heard about

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this lecture was registered, I have nothing but must perform this, even though these lectures are being seen. And they are available. One reason that they are one reason why I

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equipment back there being taped, because I know that they'll be misquoted

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or buildable

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in any in the third moment, I should be careful when I speak about other

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speakers or other authors or other authorities

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can up to

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now in

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America

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lecture

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VersaFine conclusions

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about the movement as a whole and also some

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some discussions on the dangers of this movement. If you remember, in the second lecture, I talked about the influence and how widespread This movement is, in particular in the United States.

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We're missing some of the dangerous aspects of this movement and the conclusions concerning

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the first conclusion

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and in fact, good conclusion.

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The result this conclusion actually based on the lecture that we gave last time, and we discussed the

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other particular aspects of demand people seem to love

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Many amendments.

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The first conclusion is that the amendments as a whole,

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are make it even stronger.

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There's no such thing as today. And it because as have we shown,

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we have grown men as they have grown. And that's what sort of contradicts some of the basic characteristics of the men has a similar demand. And as I said, this is what we discussed

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last time in detail,

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some of the important

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differences, books that have the center of demand and how they compare,

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to go out,

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and will also be further down the road.

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And

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I could put many of them under

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his watch, he has not

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more than

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that organic growth, except the serve as

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the word that we're supposed to follow, but also serve any purpose principle, and the basic aspects of the game, and you're forever, even these things have to be made. We have to make a jihad in them and so forth. Well, in our lessons, we came across many examples of how to contradict in basic matters, and not not secondary matter. How are we controversial, first of all,

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including the fact that

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it

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brings about the opposite and often takes precedence to another and an opposite. And it comes in for a number of judges,

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when we see that they are willing to reject, and

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harder

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to have on some points. And it's not clear what email but another point that is,

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what is mind boggling. And

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I've been very willing to broadcast emails as to how

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to get some examples from past lectures, from past lectures, and extolling the virtues. And in the narrow the filter, this is no resin, and it is the person is not supposed to be so well for the purpose is not supposed to be killed. Also the mouths of the notice of the muscle.

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As you see from government that they gave about, we had a problem

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with one of them. And

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by the way, something similar to that this was he had what he could have been wrong, or maybe not correct them. And it's up to us to see what we want to follow from his

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treatment of

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the party, which the orlimar had is assembled

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in a vacuum in the broad assembly of the Federal Reserve was

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upon us.

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And it gave me the gift of Europe very

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important to remember mouths

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of the scholars and I agree with these editors,

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from the non specialists to the specialist in that area, is especially agree that the evidence was authentic, around the norm

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to the conclusion of the third in

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the hall agreeing upon something, and there's admire among the Pocahontas, it was a pleasure point upon the nonprofit to follow. These

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are the purpleheart some examples.

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The most common one that we find in their writings is the head of the feminine when she says that

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people will not prosper

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if the woman or the ruler is a woman.

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Also, the 21st

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birthday realize don't give enough importance of exactly what is good and why don't want to

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ever want to turn this listen to a lecture about what is good and what is the ratio good and what the public says women are good at.

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And then the famous women represented everybody that is

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Siva Purana has something very great. There's nothing like committing a sin, reply no person.

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No data describes someone who commits a sin as

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the federal commission was first. The law that was Gardner someone who leaves the sweep that

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any additional premises will be filled with.

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And the thing that every time you

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do that is that you're leaving.

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Well, that's why the difference between admission was

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avoidable.

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With how dangerous

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support and he doesn't follow anyone support the people that

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when Allah Subhana, WA Tada, no reason, you

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know, this one is not is not a minor topic, it

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is not a minor topic is a very important topic which we should,

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we should be very clear about and understand completely, and people are broke or whatever it will become Buddha, when they're following the word which is different from the way of the phone. And it's the hardware as we talked about last time. And we come with this.

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And many, many songs,

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particularly that, which I will

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say,

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My mouth is

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one of the problems with this afternoon, in particular, is that many people are influenced by the movement, why they don't realize

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any

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negative way, someone might be influenced by

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the presentation to prove what is right and shall not represent what data will be given, which would be

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respectful of the knockers with respect to our selection, how we deal with the null or the SEC,

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that when it comes to our particular questions, and

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then he can do the responses we get from him from brothers

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around?

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And the response to be with you disagree with the conclusion of sports philosophy, and

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the evidence for that was there's evidence for that you should follow that. There's no evidence for that.

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Which

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many times became,

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and this is,

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a lot of graphs of results are for the influence of movements, is that people don't ask

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for any questions in advance, but just by way, right, but

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doesn't make sense means purpose. Well, this is not the way to report anything.

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And even if it doesn't make sense to you, or we don't like it, or whatever, doesn't matter, your third evidence will that opinion, and the evidence is strong,

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then you have to hold on a second if you're not a parent. And this is the worst thing that people that are not even saying.

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And he will respond in that way. And he was the one that doesn't sound

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like this opinion, whatever. Instead of saying,

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your objective opinion, doesn't sound like you. Your question should be represent evidence for that opinion. Well, then you can examine that evidence with the evidence, as with many of

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your questions, will find more and more medications, even people who write an

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opinion doesn't sound right to me or I don't like this.

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Well, this is a very dangerous trend.

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And repeats unfortunate a lot even among many

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of our brothers were

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in the minority, a lot of them were meant to the developments in the movement, because we're the ones who are talking terms of right when they lived their life in terms of a new friend, some of their books, and

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1020 pages

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or verses from the Quran.

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Allah

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from the our group.

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And I'm sure many people will not like that statement, although that was the point of less, less translation to members less

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confusion.

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And regardless of whether you accept that statement, that whether they are that there are a group of the gods

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is one thing that you cannot deny. And then of the third thing is

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all of these lectures So for us, Westerners

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are wrong and we have to be refuted, and it can come in many forms. It could come in to come in action. It could come in stages of patella

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and various writings, but particularly the ones that Bernard there's no question that these writings and deployments are Lucas.

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If you see someone

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doing something common the Northerners and Tom but you have to start reading.

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Similarly, when you have these certain segments that are being made, it is obligatory

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to stop them or to object to them.

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Before we move on from from that point, there is a fight over someone might bring up in the

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in the discussion groups who are no

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good

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and you do not supply might have went ahead and moved on you do not regret regret of he has

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been the hand of makeup. And you ask the question represent us and other things which are

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something, which is the question that he has

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mercy that when you do not reject, the monster will naturally use their own orien discretion to try to convince the other person, perhaps with the opinion that Mr was wrong, the burden of

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Cronos actions,

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most

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accidents is that not every

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acceptable, some people get this point. And then we'll talk about when when, for example, when we talk about a specific person,

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and you were burned out as a gambler.

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And everyone has the right to music in their lives and so forth. The best is not

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the case. Not every time and if we had to the principles, well, not every plan that you have you apply this principle that you will not regret. That is

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against Cliff that

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is the third lesson learned that that type of behavior is unacceptable, regardless of where it came from. And it came from in America, or one of us, or one of the people that I talked about,

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it doesn't matter, he has one against the majority, then it is not the kind of issue you have, which is acceptable. And so therefore this principle, that there's no demand and input and manage unmanageable, she has multiplied

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what they call the smirk, or the mistake, one

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of

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the one of the dangers of this moment.

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And this is the

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response responses seems to be lecturing

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students so far, when many people do not recognize this movement, as a movement, and are good at

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recognizing they don't see what is happening, there are there are.

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And he will try to evaluate the statements that are being made, the writings are being written and so forth. So those who

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recognize his birth movements, or the dangerous movements,

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whether or not you can

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just simply call it, America. And because of that, because many people do not recognize it.

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And the danger when

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you

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try to defend Islam

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is very dangerous.

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Well, anytime you try to find anything, where anybody, you should do your best to understand that, that thing or that person, before we can finish.

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And when I

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when I mean depend on the defense, in general, if someone makes a statement, which is beyond the limit,

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then you have the right to,

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to determine when someone quotes another, another person and saying, Look what you did. And before you can defend that person in return, you can defend yourself

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and so forth. Well, this is an affirming principle that people will recognize those moments.

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And similarly, and related to that, therefore, they try to defend us, while in fact, they have nothing to lose in the sense of overriding

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interest because we might involve yourself in the sentence. And if you're defending something which is real.

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And you

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must excusable. mistakable. That's

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the first point that I made.

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versus something that I noticed in some of the comments that I receive is that many people judge and he was my mentor the individuals which I've discussed and their opinions that have discussed, the judging not on the basis of the person that I made and the suddenness of these people made, but they base it on the person or the individual or the personality himself.

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Defend the person. Not because what that tells me nothing because we're here with the person that said

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working within the person, perhaps he does something in his past, perhaps the sacrifice to discipline them, perhaps he has most of writing,

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good writing.

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And he doesn't

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plan

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to defend those statements.

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On the basis of the person themselves, this one, perhaps the person just comes in with the right to sacrifice

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data to such an extent that almost no, without a friggin

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man without a figure, all of our guests even

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with people that we

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have with good

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performers. And something I noticed from the beginning of these machines, and no one has come to me or no one in the discussion has been able to defend the statements of these donors merely on the basis of the students alone.

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And when I put for example, someone playing with the phone system and know if you had

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enough correction, and refer to without decide which register to vote or not, and when no one can possibly stand up, and try to defend that.

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Whereas this is the point then and discussing the status. Well, if you want to refute me,

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the same is not defended and vigilant.

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Because even if the individual does something in his life,

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you forgive him.

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If he says something wrong, we still have to go.

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And if you go through the same of the power between it and

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the people who are supporting it, it was wrong. With one of them says it

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was the hardest to beat.

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Not one of them said that he did something forgiving. So therefore, if he does something wrong now,

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some of them were the case of the people who supported it with a spectrum.

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Similar is the case here, if someone does something in his life,

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to forgive him, this is this is wonderful. This is the case.

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Somebody says something wrong and definitely won't defend him because of the personality that we have to prove the wrong things. And

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this is one of the dangers of this amendment, which included in this moment was a clerical misstatements in the writings included from this moment are people who are in their past, they had some

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good work for the sake of data, the sacrifice with a certain level of data reveals some things which are good for the data. And because of that, now they have a reputation. And people are expressing opinions now, even though as soon as the warmth and if someone tries to stand up and refuse to show you, this person will get approved because these are people someone who people like for whatever reason, it is not even Forgive me for another aspect

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that I mentioned earlier. But can you Why are these people like them? Why are they dependent?

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I don't wish to get into

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but

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sometimes these people are defenders, and these people are like me for the long run. And we're writing

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data like this is their analysis.

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And this is

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incorrect.

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Which we can have, like a virus dilemma.

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Start off with

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some people.

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Some people are a little bit

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further, and it's

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not important to talk about

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giving this lecture in particular.

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It first of all,

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is insane.

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Narrow conclusion actually from last week.

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Our conclusion from last week

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was the French verb

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with moments which are in their own writings,

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principles of the elephant in the giraffe

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and the movement as a whole

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being any from

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America

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Carefully, I said that, because I don't want anyone to move here, including me saying that I

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remember shenana individual

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moments as a horrible person.

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And then

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secondly, even the people

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are

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being thrown inside of the building of the moment, as I mentioned, many people don't recognize it, as a member of

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never been charged with numerous images that many people have read with that individual

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will refer to, and not by the same as the not bad influence in the effect that they have or could have themselves.

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And if you take this moment, to spare distress, and birth, through anything, we do anything about it, we can thank them for the destruction or the revocation of

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the trust, or the truth.

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And in the life of apple and modern science and modern brilliance, the first few things are

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going to be the end of this episode. For one of the wonders

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of modern and

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modern, running run, as well as preventing them from being perfect.

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But over 30 years, earlier this century,

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the Muslims have

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an either system solution that is now

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non controlling, or change the plan to meet modern age.

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Why should you study history, because it's been affected you studied with

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teachers,

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and enables them.

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Because anytime you change your plan, and you start deleting

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them,

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you have two choices.

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As I just alluded to,

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and it says much about writing the book, a burst and rationalization. rationalization is the use of the use of human reasoning to show or to try to prove what it

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is, but there's no end to rationalization.

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And try to

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associate with moments when a referral leads to the destruction of Islam. And in fact, these

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things

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happen in the Christian church. If you studied when Martin was murdered in the cooking chocolate, we wish we could first in the perception.

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And the the result of that modernist movement is what you see today, the most Christian majority of Christians, the majority of people who

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had actually no relation whatsoever, really to Christianity at all, except for perhaps the listen to a spiritual lecture you'll be sending

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to me as a proxy for religion, Christianity as a religion having life has come to an end for the Muslims

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to be the same.

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People to to, to continue, because there's no end to this rationalization. Unless nothing is a testament, it's very easy to move on to the next.

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One of the lectures in the second lecture when I talked about drink milk,

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I saw the picture from the magazine from the TV show, which we have women wearing.

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And most of them

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in public listening with men circles. This is the first set of beliefs. In fact,

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have you setting up servers now, because that's a real threat to the SQL Server progression. As soon as something is susceptible. As soon as we're able to do something, then we'll go on to the next step. And this is exactly the same thing that happened in Europe.

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And a woman in European and American society did not change overnight, but it was a long process

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of tearing down the earth tradition and values and progress to

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the point that they are meeting

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in Nairobi was

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the second amendment to exist and today's millennial unless you tell anything about it, and even defend it. And this could be what's happening in the Muslim world when in fact

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Because the

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service is

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protected

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whether knowingly or unknowingly,

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academic amendments are working integrated into the hands.

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Now,

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I'm not saying what they're looking for.

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I'm not saying that they're working with a football person. And personally what they're doing is implementing something that they are very happy with and tried to do for many years. Well, that is bringing the woman out of the house, and bringing the woman and changing the looking woman. And so for about 200 years now,

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the Coronavirus and the people after them and one of the things that they've attacked, that's the greatest in the Muslim society is the position of the woman and the purpose and life of the Muslim woman. Because

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as a wife,

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as a mother,

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you can destroy the women as what happened in Europe actually can destroy the society as a whole. And unfortunately, this moment, one of the basic characteristics of this moment,

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to the situation of women is now they're picking new positions and positions which are much closer to the, to the place of

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the West,

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rather,

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to the rules, and so forth, all of these things, and also their potential and growth.

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And economic men and women, even if the woman has a blank pocket, his lattice is waiting, then interpret and remark and refuse to lecture to start them off with a few selection to the women who are involved in sex with the men donkey.

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You know, the women delivered with no girls and and the fact that most of them did not read properly, he read, and he insisted he will not lecture until he will bring the women.

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All of this, all of this is working in the hands of a professor that is not

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working for the professor. And you have to be efficient in studying this. We're going to be very careful about

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that. And all these

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brands that they have are working directly into in the in the hands of

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the legacy.

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Ask you should we read

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and read or is this an oral law? Or the breakfast minutes? Well?

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Well, no choice between any of

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them in the Constitution, Senate law,

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which would bring about the death.

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And he by definition,

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and he wrote the law when he's not doing

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well, anytime he's wrong. And he tried to bring about new laws and so forth brings about

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when these when these writers make propeller, they should report clearly against the muscle, when in fact, they're bringing about

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one of the Sahaba, who was asked about the

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diversity represented

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at home.

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we cared about was birth Africa was the hub for peace deeper haven't come yet. In this paper, the book talking about these people haven't

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haven't been opened yet. Well, I'm not going to make the statement, any this. This verse applies to these people nowadays. But in fact, this is what they're doing. They are bringing without deciding the name.

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Anytime you violate Islamic law, and you implement the law that goes against Islamic law, you're bringing. I'll give you one example. Where this example has nothing to do with the modern.

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example how is this when we don't understand this medical out properly, when we don't supply property, or when we go against any clear text of the Sharia. When we were talking about that was I thought this was an example to demonstrate that point that has nothing to do with the modern

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example of the woman.

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We're going to get married and in many brothers in this country believe that if a woman is one man, then she cannot see another man and until she will say whether or not she will accept that.

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Well, this is the misunderstanding of the ideas and concepts and then

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What is not allowed to

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make,

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and

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to propose to a woman if

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somebody else has already, and

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which is clear in

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the back of their head is a man and a woman, not just me, for the purpose of men that they want to get married. But if a man and a woman decided and agreed with the lives of men that arose, the agreement has been made. And Hebrew are what they would call an English fiance.

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agreed to be made banned, if not allowed for another man to come, and to

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try to propose that woman. But it doesn't mean that the woman a woman can see for a minute what she wants, and decide which one of those robots you want. As long as she hasn't agreed to one of them. She may do as many as you want. But many brothers they misunderstand. In the United States, what the woman sees one man to make her decide whether or not she's going to marry that man, before they let him see someone else. And this leads to hardship.

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Because the woman then is put in a situation where she might accept and then one effect a little bit better for her.

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But she doesn't know who the other people are yet. So she's going to say, well, this man is 70% of what I knew what to put on.

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Perhaps with that, man, no, this is the case of when we don't supply with men correctly, we both understand that correctly to lead to that when we don't understand it correctly. But when we really go against the muscle, and the texture of the flowers, and there's no question that

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it will need to possess,

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to the bottom of

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the barrel says

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that

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time will come with people.

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And we'll be calling to things that you don't know.

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And he will be making drives to things that you have never heard before.

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These people, any people who are calling

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to the doors, or to the gates of gentleman,

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to the hellfire. And he says clearly in the head is our calling to bring what you do not know or calling the thing. And it didn't exist before this before on it.

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Again, this same kind of characteristic we find within the afternoon. And when they say for example,

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forgetting the statement about he had the father, so it's in the more that

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there's no origin for their daughter, and so forth, and blue girl with many headwinds in the public system and bring about these morons again, there are in fact, 10, according to something which we've never known before.

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And it's them

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whoever fights them.

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And it means that, when it comes to this point, when you are making your ad to something that we know didn't exist in the Muslim world, it's not from the setup, it's not from the things agreed upon by

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these people actually are calling for something away from Islam, which is our obligation to fight them as the

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replacement

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of believers.

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whether

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any number of other points of

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concern.

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This was

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one of the points

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that was mentioned, by

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no real works of art.

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And you know, what was and so forth about bringing about Islam, and getting the Muslim in Britain from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And support from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And they got some conditions,

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that some conditions but before we get the victory from a lesson how to without and the support from almost no data, and there are some reasons why we may not get that retreat and support from Allah subhanho wa Taala. One of the reasons in the headquarters opinion, one of the reasons why we don't get nothing and that support is that our hearts are not 100% clean into Islam.

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But our hearts are still. And if we look to the ways of the fraud, and we look to their civilization, and we have some love, and some desire for that way of life. And that being the case is that.

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Well, this again, yeah. And if you

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accorded me one lecture, and he wanted to do one of these people clearly saying that we work in American Islam, and it was very

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impressed, and disposer along with documenting as many concepts and models as you have to see things in the light of monotone and you are so impressed by Western civilization. That's one strange thing to find. Very strange thing that if you studied closely there patella, you

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Study closely there to tell you to find that they always come to the conclusion that is consistent with the thinking of the West and the majority opinion of the West.

00:45:09--> 00:45:09

And, you

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know,

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the stoning for adultery. And this is something that the West claims that they are, they are against the inhumane punishment. And it's like crude in that sense of your money to consider the cutting of the hand is something unethical. I will just mention, mention one last point concerning

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mobile AR,

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is something that my own history was

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the final question. And after all of these points, which are the

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moments we're going to use, and it will individually or for the Muslim as a whole, again, and we're not talking about individuals with these individual growth agenda, I'll be very happy

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to influence what they're doing and what they're studying in the Muslim society this question, and this is the point

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where the last question that comes up,

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that we, as we have to address

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these people,

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these people deserve our weather.

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The people in this moment deserve our loyalty, our love.

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And when I looked on what

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and when I was done in

00:46:39--> 00:46:40

the bookies,

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if you see someone who you who you believe, to be a believer, and you see him doing good deeds, and regardless of whether he's related or not,

00:46:51--> 00:46:55

and you should have love in your heart for that brother. But 32 is

00:46:56--> 00:46:57

relatively benign,

00:46:58--> 00:47:00

and according to do

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so if you see someone else, and he feels unbelievable. And he has also had some bad deeds, when you get when we're not according to what you see from him,

00:47:13--> 00:47:14

to these people,

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and I never win the lottery. I never said what

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I said, but there are as over.

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And the action on an individual basis, they have some duties, and they have these many mistakes. That might be my opinion, but

00:47:37--> 00:47:41

are relaxed, around people that are left without

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an agreement agree on the good deeds that we see from them. And with anger and errors, and then the wrong

00:47:50--> 00:48:02

and innocent Well, I will not read them as opposed for any other people, whether they're from Latin or not, but at the same time, and whether we should support them under all circumstances,

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and how she retreats in certain circumstances.

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For example, in Tunisia now,

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led by a woman she's

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talking about,

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a struggle between Islam and

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even as it's known as the Buddha has some mistakes. And it's very clear, and you will completely throw upon us to help them to support the Muslims in that situation.

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And then we can go to the

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sheet.

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And impact with no comparison is better than any believer

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that they have no. But when there are opposing,

00:48:55--> 00:49:09

opposing then the Muslim movement, when they're opposing, and the truth member that needs to know, for their innovation, like what we see here in the United States, and it will keep on making fun of people for months, and

00:49:10--> 00:49:12

we take some of that from the people

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go to a country

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and they give talks against the Muslim country. And under those circumstances, we have to deal with them in the proper way, doesn't go for themselves in the factory. I'm not working for them, but they're working against Islam. So the situation differs depending on the situation that you are in.

00:49:37--> 00:49:38

And the principal driver

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and

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the lives of the people who have any believer is based on the events and the bloopers within that movie

00:49:50--> 00:49:57

as opposed to the evils of the Civil War in the winter, and we have to judge him as an individual and

00:49:59--> 00:49:59

individual depending on

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What?

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Personally I have

00:50:07--> 00:50:08

with this moment

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where I think the danger in effect from the influence of this movement can help during the United States, one of the many people that were practicing it now,

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for

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the most part.

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Anyway,

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these look, listen and be influenced by these people to the point that some of them even leave

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women young.

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Especially if you go to Southern California and see this a lot.

00:50:46--> 00:50:50

Well, even myself when I when I first became Muslim, and I joined with,

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with a group, and you've got a good brother, I'm very happy with now that I look back on it.

00:50:59--> 00:51:00

By chance, when I became Muslim

00:51:02--> 00:51:08

brothers, who helped me a lot to understand in terms of these points away what is available in the

00:51:11--> 00:51:12

university film,

00:51:13--> 00:51:14

most of whether

00:51:17--> 00:51:17

or not

00:51:20--> 00:51:26

they're not familiar with what is available in the literature. English literature, tries to buy many books from

00:51:27--> 00:51:31

Islamic books service, which is a service, which is part of the MFA and now

00:51:33--> 00:51:35

run, trust me, even the people are listening to

00:51:36--> 00:51:38

the people who listen.

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And

00:51:42--> 00:51:51

without realizing what kind of movements, what kind of book they're selling, so even at that time, and 15 years ago, we find the writing fisherman

00:51:52--> 00:51:56

because of the market, and they are able to write manuals, when,

00:51:57--> 00:52:02

in fact, they don't have much respect in the Muslim world. So they're not seen as a bookstore. And

00:52:04--> 00:52:05

I remember some of these books I read.

00:52:07--> 00:52:13

And when I first became Muslim, one of the books that I read, and it was completely

00:52:17--> 00:52:18

remote,

00:52:19--> 00:52:24

was very, for example, with polygamy or having more than one wife.

00:52:26--> 00:52:27

permissible during the time of the province.

00:52:30--> 00:52:39

And hidden places, only under very exceptional circumstances, whatever arguments he made, were put

00:52:40--> 00:52:42

forth is no longer around because

00:52:43--> 00:52:43

anything

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to listen to harmless,

00:52:49--> 00:52:52

or modern methods of refrigeration, and so forth.

00:52:54--> 00:53:00

I remember having an argument with my father, my father was not Muslim, I don't know where he learned about this

00:53:01--> 00:53:03

oldest. And

00:53:05--> 00:53:08

I remember having an argument with my father about whether or not

00:53:10--> 00:53:11

he said no Muslims.

00:53:17--> 00:53:19

And this kind of

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these kinds of books we can measure will appeal as I said, in the second lecture will appeal to many Americans, and then many of the Muslim

00:53:31--> 00:53:33

world, and the burger and effects of them is

00:53:35--> 00:53:44

very great. And so I don't want anyone to get the idea that when the purpose of this lecture was to attack, any

00:53:46--> 00:53:59

attack, and so forth, but the reality is, especially here in the United States, the reality in the Muslim world, and until we realize it, until we read, really what they're saying and what they're doing, they will not be able

00:54:01--> 00:54:04

to speak about will not be able to stop other

00:54:06--> 00:54:16

people from from following influences as well. This has been the purpose of lecture. Why? data to begin with a new enema first.

00:54:17--> 00:54:22

Anything that was created from a local data plan, a mistake I made is for myself,

00:54:29--> 00:54:30

and so much of

00:54:31--> 00:54:32

my heart

00:54:34--> 00:54:35

for comments.

00:54:40--> 00:54:42

He can barely

00:54:46--> 00:54:46

breathe

00:54:58--> 00:54:59

equilibrium

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Then as individual

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as time

00:55:07--> 00:55:08

goes on,

00:55:09--> 00:55:12

and to try to realize, for example, to say that

00:55:15--> 00:55:16

I am not, I'm not doing that

00:55:20--> 00:55:20

traditional

00:55:22--> 00:55:22

working

00:55:23--> 00:55:26

conditions are much different from earlier

00:55:28--> 00:55:36

equalizing the individual and localizing these particular service and arguments with me. Now, the problem is,

00:55:37--> 00:55:40

the more respected the individual, the more armor can be.

00:55:42--> 00:55:53

So, if you and I, for example, trip and listen to a lecture, and we separate is good, and we think of what is that the problem is many other people are also bad because of who you

00:55:55--> 00:55:55

are, that's the problem.

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Okay, and in your case, it was all but we're not going to win any Rookie rookie. So we're gonna continue to spread

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forever. If we,

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if we try to

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grow the difference between

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and it resulted, I'm making

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music at

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this point up.

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I didn't bring this one up.

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With us maybe uncovered for the woman, I didn't bring any of these points up. Because these are four

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different opinions. That's my problem. As a matter of like that, you have to convert them.

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But we will not retain categories of things that

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go against

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all of them.

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back now, things will go clearly against the police, and things agreed upon since the time of the problems.

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And I'm also talking about the methodology, remember, and this is the point I try to make from the beginning, if someone comes to a conclusion, and that conclusion is wrong, and use the right methodology.

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And the problem with it,

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is he uses a methodology which is incorrect. For example, He served with

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over 1 million adults in karate, so therefore we can reject anything from based on our human reasoning. This is the thing that we can slip into

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not just the conclusion, the conclusion is just a symptom of the disease.

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And welcome back to

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another very inconsistent, very inconsistent and in one place, they write something and everything seems

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you cannot even question while at the same time.

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And we'll do something completely different.

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In the

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conversion in England, the ISO convention

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in

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two other people were speaking about hurting is nothing wrong with having socialists and communists

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in the, in the Muslim Muslim society in western countries.

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Because this brother tried to mention this mistake by

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trying to defend him and even to the fact that he deals with

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his

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uncle and his I mean his father and his grandfather and so forth from one

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another especially, and in lectures and repeat learning what the thing

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is, rather than someone's writing, such as the trip into town and not some nuts for this trip lightning.

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Round very clearly.

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of many things.

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Remember

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those

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have to be organized?

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Before I answer that question,

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and if some people think they want to go to production,

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this is not an urbanized moment. So if you look at what happened in

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Eastern Europe, things happen a lot at the same time. And there are many leaders normal different countries, the first three movements in America one organized movement, and which had one membership or a wing and some some, some leadership, but nobody can describe a movement, a movement

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liberalisation or moving toward anti socialism. And basically,

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in many of the different countries,

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any government that has specific rules

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or tendencies, that would be among many people, and these people have

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had their opinions and

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many of them in the previous lecture.

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Some of them now imagine

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what happened.

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Malhotra,

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California, is very proud of what they do.

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If you if you bring new things to them and say

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wherever

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they happen to be the kind of

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therapy now

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in cooperation with some cooking therapy, now a new center of

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the center is going to teach version of Islam, which is the cutting the hand in

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an ethnic group, while the purpose of the center is to bring scholars from the Middle East, to come here to learn

01:02:04--> 01:02:06

them and send them back.

01:02:08--> 01:02:09

Some of the people who are involved

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many people, these are the people that I mentioned, some of them are not as extreme as others. And in that sense,

01:02:18--> 01:02:19

much more extreme

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models.

01:02:37--> 01:02:39

Some of them are very proud of it.

01:02:41--> 01:02:43

Some of them do not.

01:02:44--> 01:02:46

And if you were to call someone

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or his arguments in the things that you think similar to

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that is the point

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doesn't mean that they are not working or that we cannot see them. We do not know who we are. So the way that we can work

01:03:13--> 01:03:14

and analyze

01:03:18--> 01:03:18

the business

01:03:20--> 01:03:22

and refer the correct it's not a quick

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thing that we can do nowadays.

01:03:27--> 01:03:27

We can just

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confront them by taking their arguments and trying to discuss them and showing where they are making

01:03:43--> 01:03:53

individual groups like Southern California have many local stores working the same way. Triple ID has many scholars

01:03:54--> 01:03:56

working in scavenging

01:03:57--> 01:04:01

but we're the ones who distribute now the majority

01:04:02--> 01:04:03

Muslim a lot

01:04:04--> 01:04:06

by trip likely the one that certain groups

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and organizations working but not all of them are working together. No that's what that's what some people said to me before the not all of them working together that's not Mrs.

01:04:22--> 01:04:24

Johnson has done in California is working to pledges working

01:04:31--> 01:04:35

group that ledger was between someone who was

01:04:41--> 01:04:41

talking about

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this one

01:04:45--> 01:04:47

does not refer to the socialists

01:04:48--> 01:04:51

and his cabinet and his people have served the burgers to display

01:05:07--> 01:05:08

And

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let us know

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whether or not

01:05:17--> 01:05:19

we should make it known

01:05:23--> 01:05:24

discussing with them,

01:05:26--> 01:05:28

some of them personally

01:05:30--> 01:05:32

but I know other scholars have

01:05:39--> 01:05:40

and remember what the people that

01:05:41--> 01:05:42

everyone

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loves.

01:05:58--> 01:05:58

The question

01:06:09--> 01:06:12

is whether or not I should mention people in particular.

01:06:13--> 01:06:14

And it just gives them

01:06:17--> 01:06:19

an abrupt mention in particular,

01:06:20--> 01:06:22

when giving these lectures before in other places.

01:06:24--> 01:06:33

And I never mentioned any of the other people that are refutations of some of these people. And in my rotations, I never mentioned her the group is known.

01:06:35--> 01:06:36

But what's happened

01:06:37--> 01:06:38

and in particular in the United States,

01:06:40--> 01:06:44

return for these people to keep growing and growing. And people are taking

01:06:46--> 01:06:47

it to the public system.

01:06:48--> 01:06:49

I found that

01:06:50--> 01:06:51

when I just mentioned

01:06:54--> 01:06:59

that there are missing in the making, unless you read it directly from them, you don't realize what I'm talking about some

01:07:00--> 01:07:03

people keep making these things from this particular

01:07:06--> 01:07:08

idea that led me to believe that perhaps

01:07:09--> 01:07:11

I should mention who this was.

01:07:13--> 01:07:14

And it was my own if you have

01:07:19--> 01:07:21

to do anything about it. But

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that is what led to mention in this particular

01:07:39--> 01:07:41

lecture and also if you if you

01:07:45--> 01:07:45

have

01:07:49--> 01:07:49

done it

01:07:52--> 01:07:53

as a whole

01:07:55--> 01:07:55

that wasn't

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more influential than

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any distinguish between