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Kamal El-Mekki

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah me,

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he will be here at 9am. But

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first of all, I want to begin by showing you my lecture notes.

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Okay?

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So this is not really a lecture.

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And it's really like a fun and beneficial exercise and a powerful tool. And it's, we do it as a group. And it's amazing like when you when you organize the information that's in the minds of the audience, you come up with something very structured, and very beneficial down to inshallah,

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okay. And in for this to work better, we need to be a little closer to each other, because it's gonna be a lot of talking back and forth. So anyone without a back problem, then with requests, you come a little closer and those who have back problems, they're exempt. You can keep leaning against the wall. Or if you'd like we can pull your chairs, no problem, but you must be over 18 and for that.

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What we're gonna do, inshallah, we're going to do an exercise by which you can prove to any non Muslim, all right, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam was a genuine prophet of Allah subhanaw taala. Or you can also use it to prove the existence of Allah azza wa jal. I remember many, many years ago. And by the way, this is

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me when I was young, I thought I invented it. Then I discovered this oil and I have been writing about this topic

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for hundreds of years. And so this was many years ago, there was a Muslim man, and he wanted to marry this girl and she was atheist when he can't marry her. So fellas, can you prove to her that Allah exists. So if anyone if someone wants to listen, it's easy to prove it like this. It's not difficult at all.

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And I always referenced shuttle assembly when Tamia said that, because a large region created us were in need of water, Allah subhanaw taala put water in every corner of the globe, because we needed for survival. And just like water for the body, we need to believe in Allah subhanaw taala for the spirit, and because of that, Allah subhanaw taala even more so put His signs up on in everything on Earth, so we could see and find an indication for the existence of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So if anyone is really willing to listen, it's easy to prove to them that Allah subhanaw taala exists. We proved to this woman that Allah exists only by doing the exercise that we're going to do today, just by analyzing the life of the Prophet says Allah. And hamdulillah she became Muslim. And now I'm sure they have two children and still marriage civil law. So the idea is this. And and let me start by saying this, imagine now a guy walked into this room right now, and says to and he says to us, by the way, I'm a prophet of Allah.

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Now, we all know there is no prophet coming after him, maybe solos in them. Okay, suppose you didn't have this piece of information? How long would it take you to determine if this guy is speaking the truth? Or if he's an imposter?

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How long?

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Five minutes here, or maybe even less than that?

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You ask him or him? Yeah, certain questions. And you'll be able to determine if this is this guy's genuine or if he's an imposter who's making it up. For example, you might ask him, okay.

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You're a prophet of Allah. He'll say yes. Like, what, who's the angel that brought you this message? He says, Malik says, okay, that's the first x. All the problems were approached by the brain Iris center. So the fact that he said Malik, I can already tell that he's not a genuine prophet. Yeah. So um, you meet him later Malik. Right? What if, you know, he asked him another question, what is the most important message in your religion? And he says, the most important message is that people need to follow me and obey me. certain acts against him. Yes, because all the prophets came with one most important message that Allah has Allah, there's only one God worthy of worship, you see, and so

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this, you can ask this a few questions and you can see if this guy's a prophet or not, whenever a shepherd, this is not working it. There is an x because all the prophets have a lower shepherds. So you see where I'm going with this. All right. So for example, you can even use this this measure against, for example, the Mormons you're familiar with Mormons, you have Mormons here, right? So, if you look at the Mormons actually said this to their mission and said, Look, you're you're you're what you claim to be a profit. Your profit doesn't fit the mold of any of the prophets of God before.

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You know, His story is that he was 14 years old. And he walks into the woods somewhere in New York or New Jersey, something like that. 14 years old kid walks into the woods, and who does he see?

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According to them, God, the Father and the Son next to each other, they come like this in front of them. Now, you look in the Bible, that doesn't happen. And no kid just gets, you know, a visit by God. And then the angel that came to him wasn't given. His name was Moroni, which tells you what he thinks we are.

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All right. Thank you. So the point is this. Look, there are two options and only two options regarding the profit or loss of seller. Either he was a genuine prophet sent by Allah, or to whenever the Mullah he was an imposter who made it up, true or false. And we want to argue against that. Because someone might say, well, maybe he genuinely wanted to improve his people like Confucius, for example. Still, it would mean he's not a genuine prophet from a lot. Either he's get his got his message from Allah subhanaw taala. Or he is an imposter who made it up for whatever reason. These are the two options. So with a non Muslim world with an atheist or someone who doesn't

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believe in the prophet SAW said, he would sit and say, okay, are these a genuine prophet? Or he was an imposter? These are the two options, correct? That's correct. All right. So then, a couple there were certain things his teachings, his sayings, his behavior with indicate if he's genuine, or if he is an imposter. So first thing let's examine the climate in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was sent. This was Arabia 1400 years ago, right? broken into tribes, these tribes would go to war against each other for decades, sometimes over what a horse race some ridiculous things. And Nick, as you know, is the center and because it had all the idols and people in the cabinet, and people

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would come from all over to pay homage to these gods, and that increased trade and it was a source of income as well. So now if the rash or if the Arabs would fight for years over horses and ridiculous things, what do you think they will do to a man who is going to pretend to be a prophet and attack their idols and attack their source of income?

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probably kill him, right? So if a man who knows his people is going to pretend to be a prophet, he must have a motive true.

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Nothing is done without motive in this world. Right? Right. must have a motive. Why is he going to pretend to be a prophet attacked the idols? For what what's he going to get out of it? So the first thing is you brainstorm with the other person? What are possible motives? And there is no long answer No, you write down what ever they say. So tell me some possible motives now I'm going to write them down. What None? Okay, leadership.

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Okay.

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Well, for sure, right.

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Someone else said fame. Excellent.

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What else? You can make a long listing

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status.

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Okay, I'm going to put leadership and status together

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and I'm going to put non power

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Okay, what else?

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A work center. Usually, we have to wait like seven minutes before somebody says woman maybe he did it because he wanted women right. an imposter wants women he pretends to be a prophet. Yes Young

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Money excellent.

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What else? Well, I want one guy once said to me, maybe he was from outer space. I wrote it down.

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Another guy said schizophrenic

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possible. Okay, schizophrenic

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now

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wants to watch

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the trick people Okay, so maybe he's just someone who wants to trick people right? Why would you want to trick people any possible

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even just need some people really, really evil? Right? They just want to trick everybody flanks and what have you. So he just wants to trip people up. Heroes. Now?

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possessed right.

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Possible.

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Okay, someone you're not

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wants to change his community. Right. Maybe he just genuinely wanted to change the community for the better. Right. Excellent. What a

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tribal pride. Ah,

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right. Maybe he wanted to elevate his tribe above all the rest.

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Sorry.

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Okay. So I'm going to put that with leadership status power.

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Money, wealth luxuries.

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Okay, what else? Anything else? Can you think of anything else?

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Revenge, right.

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And sometimes the photo say things like, you know, love of warfare. Okay? What a dumb, like whatever they say because you're trying to get rid of any an issue hot or cold super hot. And like misunderstandings and misconceptions in their mind. So whatever they say write it down what level of work or

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anything else?

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Okay, is that it? We come up with about 11. So far, so good enough. All right.

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So

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So then what you do is you just described, and he described it, first of all, there are only two options, either he's genuine, or he's an imposter. somebody walks into the store right now, either his genuine, or he's an imposter. To you describe the area and the environment in which the porcelain was sent. No Arabia, and this is a situation, he knows if he attacks their idols, they're going to try to kill him, or go to war against him, or assassinate him. So then he must have a strong motive to risk his life. And then you write down whatever, whatever motive they say you write it down. And now you go through them, and analyze them one by one. All right. And you see, and by

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the way, just also sometimes this works with confused Muslims as someone who didn't know or have the truth, Okay, sit down. Either he made it up fertilizer, or is a genuine profit, we do the analysis, we can come with a clear conclusion. Why? Because we know so much about the life of the profit center. We know what side he slept on the direction in which he combed his hair, which How did he put on his clothes, how he watched himself how he believes in every intimate detail, we know it, and it's authenticated, and we have the chain of narration. So that means we can go back now and do an analysis of his sayings, his teachings, his actions, everything. But before we start analyzing the

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motives and seeing if they will hold true or not, what would be certain things that would tell you this is not a genuine prophet? What are certain telltale signs? This is not a genuine prophet.

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Uh huh. Very nice. Everyone like that. So Shiraz is saying he starts out as a horrible person, and then overnight, righteous. So from horrible to Prophet.

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Has that ever happened before? prophets were always the best and most noble people? Correct. But

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I said, which is proven his agenda is not a genuine prophet. I said, Yes.

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I should know not being poor and then suddenly being rich, maybe not being a fraud, because most most profits work for right or a lot of them. Okay.

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What else? What's an indication that someone is a false prophet? Yes. That none is true.

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Ever See a prophet with bad manners?

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Excellent. What are the other things that would tell you from someone's behavior that they're not a genuine prophet is a

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strong motor, that's for sure. You What did you want to say?

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Uh huh. So so over kind of bad manners like being lazy. You know, a coward. Right? Isn't the fit of profit that shows you want to say something?

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Uh huh. Holding the story makes sense.

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Right.

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You know what I'm saying?

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greed, any, any kind of bad characteristic? How about things like for example, He will teach something, but he won't practice it.

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It's a sign of someone who's not a joking prophet. And he is the one if he's not a genuine Prophet, he has to write his own book. Can we lay the illa pallida standard in prayer except for the love it? The imposter? does what? asleep most of the night except for a little bit? Is that true? So they'll have he'll have holes in his story, then he'll have to write a book.

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Correct? Because he's an imposter. You he'll write his own book. What things in that book would indicate he's an imposter.

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No

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contradictions, so contradictions will indicate he's an imposter

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sent most of the book will be about him how great he is. Oh, excellent. is yes.

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Okay, is the book for grabs may not focus excellent on a lot of acts of worship and in Japan establishing Salah, Shiraz.

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What do you mean by that?

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Uh huh.

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Right.

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That's interesting. Yeah. And a lot of times it's the case, even with the Nation of Islam, you know, Elijah Muhammad these same things.

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Okay, very good. None, for sure, no miracles. And the best they could perform is a magic trick or something like that. No miracles. What else for the

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Ah ha. So then basically what we're trying to say is, the motive will be reflected in

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his teaching his book. So for example, he wanted money, his book will say, give your money to the Prophet gives 50% of your earnings to the Prophet, if you wanted women, the book would say, give you a woman to then bring your wife for blessing to the Prophet, bring your daughters to be blessed by the prophet. And so to say in one of the Muslim countries, this is happening now.

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In our time, in our lifetime, people, people in the small village and ignorant they'll bring he'll bring his wife to be blessed by the chef. Shall we pick her up in the morning, Sean?

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Can you believe this in our lifetime? What else should Oh God, Hannah?

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Sorry. Wait. So good. So now we have an honor. token?

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Uh huh.

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So these little deceptive things, the all indications about this, his book wouldn't have any infamy only knowledge of the future True or false? If he wrote it, it wouldn't be any knowledge of the future in it. Right? It would have solutions that don't work. Correct. And this is how we eliminate this problem from the community doesn't work because he made it up for the

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Uh huh. It'll have useless senseless things like insane images up, you know, you know, the story, you know, maceda dub the guy who pretended to be a prophet. And

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we heard the story when he met

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us, you know, the law

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was a non Muslim at that time, and since sort of the last was revealed. So we say mark is up as what has been revealed to this prophet. So I would have been asked him shorter as was revealed to him and he recites with Alaska, which is very short. So

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Cena McAdams is also something similar, this has been revealed to me. And he starts to say, the dumbest lines you will ever hear about some kind of animal like, like a hyrax, like a small, furry animal. And, you know, he digs a lot and so dumb ass was a non Muslim at that time. He looked at him and he said, Well lay, you know that I know that your life

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is clearly I mean, this is anonymous. It's clear your life. That's what

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the earth has been.

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Right? And that's one of the posts Elon responded to him. So Buddha,

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then he tells him from Mohammed de sola to machinima, Al Qaeda, and the name stuck from there on.

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And his miracles were ridiculous, and every American Muslim who tried to emulate would just be reversed, you know, and the person would return put water in his mouth and return it into a well and then water would just fill up immediately in the world. It would bring him into a world that has some water in it, it does the same thing. He does it and water just

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goes down. Then the process lm one

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who would make the offer someone you know, you made to touch a companion like this and make the offer. And then that later on in his life, all his hair would become white, except for the personal touch would be blood, it would bring him a child, or someone who's losing hair, they tell him, he puts his handle girl becomes bold, and just everything reversed for him. So his clearing is an imposter. Right? So then another thing maybe that wouldn't be in this book. And again, I don't like to stress this too much. But it has its value. But a lot of times we overestimate it. Science right? And if an imposter were to write a book 1400 years ago, there wouldn't be much, you know,

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scientific, strong scientific evidence or miracles or if you want to call them miracles only in his book true, it wouldn't have been knowledge you wouldn't have the information.

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Excellent.

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You don't want to add anything else, what would be an indication? No.

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Since Yes, I can

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write beautiful and you put it nicely, time would expose that book. And over time, people would look back for this guy talking about, but it holds true to the test of time. And we know it must have been from a divine being that had knowledge of the future as well and didn't make mistakes. Very, very nice. So now let's go back to our possible motives. Let's start with the easiest one. So then you would go with the person and say, Okay, let's take your motives one by one. And see, does this look like a you know, an actual motivates an imposter may have had was this available in in the life of the president? Do we see this motive or not? So we start off with for example, money and

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luxuries. Now what do you use as evidence give me examples from the level of causes him to say he wasn't after money or luxury or anything like that.

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Someone else someone new.

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Someone old.

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I see.

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Beautiful f1 car was a fantastic point. When the foot when he started, sorry to interrupt you. When when he started his Dawa. Right. The courage came to him too. And they wanted me to stop preaching Islam. What did they offer him? If it's money you want will make you the richest amongst us. In this leadership, they want you anyone that you want, kingship will make you are King.

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So what NACA will make you see the guy in charge of us and if it's woman you want, we want you to the most beautiful woman. So if you are an imposter, doing it for money, what do you think you would have sent to this offer? You would have accepted because that's all he wanted. So then that's one clear proof that he couldn't have been someone out for money.

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Beautiful, what else?

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Beautiful mishmash, he was rich. He was rich to begin with. And then what happened when he became a prophet

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became poor. Everything how this is so clear now. No one wants to become a prophet to make money. And he's already rich, and he becomes poor after becoming a prophet doesn't make any sense. Now.

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He was the head of a state still lives in poverty. Yeah, I mean 10s of 1000s of God dinars and Durham's would come into his hands, and he distributes all of it and go home with absolutely nothing. You know, this many 1000 camels, 50,000, goats, sheep, and who distribute all of it, just give it off and come back so much so that the poverty caused him problems with his wives. sterilizer true, right. They want they want an increase in their stipend or in their salary. And this caused the problem. So someone who wanted money when he gets 1000s and hundreds of 1000s in his hand, it keeps most of it. Excellent. What are the proof that he wasn't after money? None.

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of one.

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No one interrupts him. Okay.

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Oh, I sent I sent so.

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So at the time of the death of the person cylinder has nothing to to inherit from him. There's actually a small death that was settled. Yeah. So again, you see you don't see property or anything like that. But about Okay, I see.

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Okay, so now this is the narration of the line, where he asked, I showed Ilana when she would tell him that for two months, no fire would be lit in the house of the Prophet so I said no, they don't like the fire to cook anything two months. So then he was asked, how would you survive? She said, Yes, we're done. Yeah. And he literally means the two blocks it refers to dates and water, because dates you know, dark in color, but they're usually followed by water. And imagine just living off of dates and water.

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Can you imagine that right now and we just hear these things. Yeah. But could you imagine now you stopped we're so used to meat and we'll start biting people in the masjid if we

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if we don't eat meat for a while like that. So this is again proof Yes.

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Okay, very good. So he wouldn't he wouldn't steal or take or or assign himself a portion from people as well.

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Beautiful point even the non Muslims who were against him and attacking him Don't still keep their money and wealth with him because he was known as the trustworthy one about luxuries Can you tap into the luxury specifically? Maybe they told you maybe someone who wanted to live in luxury right? Let's examine his life and his teachings. Don't forget the Hadith about luxury in the dunya. And tell me then, if that is possible or not, not

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from the what might not read. So it's saying that the notion when amado de la enters the house and process a lamp, and there were marks on his back from the mat that he was laying on top of right and then also the generation if maybe referring to the same one Buhari when he looks and he sees that there's nothing of substance nothing to fill the eye in the house of casilla one pot of a pillow made of stuffed with palm fiber, just like one blanket, which is the bed you know, and just about it. That's it now

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Uh huh. So no doubt and if you wanted that power, that clown because the medallions were about to crown someone as their king when Islam came that plan was abandoned. So he could have said no, continue the crown on this head, right. But what else just now focus on the teachings because yanbu said you would see it reflected in the sayings and in the actions we've now covered a lot of the actions and we didn't see any luxury in the house or the person or the apartment of I showed the llama and how is described by the historians as six feet by six feet how small is that? The walls were made of pump the pump stocks and mud, sealing on leaves. Sometimes water will drip in. Nothing

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of substance inside. So this is not someone who wants to live in luxury.

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Anything about the his teachings when he would say

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and are you seeing someone today? I need someone said he's an impractical What's your name? Omar Mashallah, you're smart, man. Okay, any ideas about luxuries and things? And didn't the person always tell us to not want too much of the dunion and materialism for the

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for forbidden the Muslim Omar to drink from or eat from silver and gold utensils, right is not proof of living the luxuries for celeb didn't have any gold utensils forbade people to drink enough. I told people to be in this dunya as a traveler, right? You know, when you're traveling, you only take what you need for the journey. Right? And if you imagine you're driving from here, to Toronto, and then you see a great sale on furnitures, sofas, desks, dining tables, you driving your car, even if it's $1 each. You can buy anything. You can't you're on the journey, where you gonna put this stuff. You only take what you need for the journey by your sandwich you drink, although in it for the

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journey is a huge sale on you know lawnmowers. I don't care. I'm traveling, I only take what I need for the journey. True. He said that's how we should live in this dunya take from it what we need for this journey to occur.

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But we heard, right, like anything else.

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Last thing

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kills.

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Jimmy, Jimmy beautiful. So that story of the man who can facilitate you know, everything in this valley of her livestock is yours. And I said, Are you joking? It sure is. And he took it and he went back to his people. And he said I came from a man who gives as if he doesn't fear poverty. Right. So Excellent. So now you see what we're doing right? So now you can easily convince anybody. atheists are not okay that this is not possible that he pretended to be private, because he wanted money. But what if it's just someone who just wanted to be a leader wanted to have high status and wanted to have power with things from his life? So I said him and his teachings, we proved that that was not

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the case.

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Excellent.

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He said lots of throny do not Oh, praise me as the Christians over praise the son of Mary if he is

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Someone who wanted praise and that would have been the first, it would all be about praising him. But he forbade people from praising him. Excellent. What else?

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Oh, beautiful. Just Sorry, I'll come to you just let me tell the story. And it's so beautiful that the Bedouin man comes from the desert, he enters the message that he, you know, no magazines, no cameras, they don't know what the process looks like. So he enters a gathering of people sitting on the on the ground, he has to ask them, which of you is Mohammed Salah said, which of us Mohammed? He couldn't tell? What does that tell you? It tells you the person was dressed like everybody else. And seated along with everybody else. Now, for most religious

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groups and what have you and templates. Just, you can never be mistaken as who's who is the big shot. And I always tell people, I need to go to some, you know, religious groups and you find the guy at the door is he's got to have like this big right? Then you go inside, there's a goat much bigger hat. Then you go inside, there's a guy's head is so big. It's about to break his neck. You know, this guy's the boss, for sure. Right? The architecture of the room tells you who's boss to you. No one ever in the history, walked into a king's court. And so speaking to the wrong guy. Why? Because the guy on the throne is the king, the guy with the biggest chair, the nicest cloak, the

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largest scepter, the biggest crown. You know, who's the king? Even now you walk into a board meeting, what have you, you know where the CEO sits. And everyone else has leather chairs, his leather chair has armrests on it. And he sits at the head of the table. So even the structure of the room now tells you who's boss, the way people dress those whose boss the way people sit apart from everyone else tells you who's boss, but and they'd be so upset them sitting just like his companions, just as they're not sitting higher than them not sitting on the throne. So this is not someone who wanted power. He would dress for power. But what else

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we need.

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He forbade and not just that he did he said whoever wants would like for people to stand up to him to greet him and let him expect his place in the Health Fund. Yeah, so he's saying the one

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wants people that want to enter. I want everyone to stand up for me, because I'm so great that this guy wouldn't expect to sit in the hellfire. So again, it wouldn't be fitting that his actions and his sayings go against the any the proposed motive here right now.

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Okay, Jokela. So you went into another point of the madness. But yes, you are correct. It wouldn't be humbling is teaching. I see.

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He said did not make me he was praying to Allah, Allah did not make my grave a place of worship. Now what if someone argues, but why would it matter to him? If he died? Remember, there were a lot of people motivated by having a place in history. Right? And many people were

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a generous to the Hajaj and so on, just so that people would remember their name after that. Excellent.

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Sorry.

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Okay. So very good, very good. And actually, we're gonna come to that when we discuss the Quran, we're coming to that very good point, beautiful.

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So now you understand that now you start to see that you start to give examples of if he was someone who wanted power, just like remember when the chorus came, they said, you know, we'll make you in charge of us. And he reviews. So if he was someone who wanted power, and fame, and status, all that would be reflected in his sayings, and in his teachings and in his life, in his book also because he would have to write it. So the book would say things like, you know, the Prophet would he in the book and his own book now is this false prophet? Would he just be a human being?

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and hammer his brother messenger, Muhammad Rasul Allah,

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when he talks about him in humble terms, that in the coming age, when you're gonna die, they're gonna die? Or would it elevate him in Higher, higher status? Would he be as Shira said, Will he be a god? Or would he be the Son of God? Or would he be the right hand of God? Or would he be his servant and his messengers of the Lord? So it's proof again. So again, if that was the motive, it would be reflected in his teachings, as he

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Okay, excellent. So again, someone who wanted power to lift himself and elevate himself and status, he wouldn't highlight his own mistakes. And the Quran will highlight a mistake of the promises Ella. This is a very strong point, someone's an imposter. He wants to talk about how great he is. And he writes his own book about how great he is. But he keeps worrying about some of the mistakes that he has made

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the wrong decision after the Battle of budget, I lost 100 that highlighted that mistake. You know, obviously, all kinds of things will be mentioned here in the forum, and it doesn't be fit, it doesn't fit properly. This was an imposter wouldn't write about his own mistakes to totally ignore the shadows.

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Okay, exactly. Why would he talk about, you know, his, his etiquettes of relieving himself answering the call of nature, what would he discuss all these issues? And these are even things that don't come to the mind of an imposter is what's the focus on his his important issues and his motives? But why would someone who's not a genuine prophet of Allah discuss such intimate details of his life ultimate was an imposter. What does he care how he was? He doesn't care if you don't shower for two years.

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But okay, let's move on from this point. Yeah, so leadership's poverty status. Same as just put same in there. Okay, let's just do something specific about fame.

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If I want to be famous, most of the time will be about him. I mean, you know what I mean, personally about him? Because a lot of it does deal with the things in the life that poster said no, right. But it's not about him personally. If you want to be famous, a lot of people would just be speaking about his personal stuff making him popular. So many interesting things about before are is that the name Hamad appears how many times in the Quran

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photons for them

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I'm quite sure it's for it. But as I listen I'm how many times is his name mentioned the Quran?

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I think 25 of those 16 musasa. Now 146. Okay, and just you if you look at the list of most of the profits, you'll see their name mentioned so many times, but to name them only four times. Now, let me tell you this, who on earth as an imposter who wants to write a book to make himself popular talks more about other people? It's impossible. doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Nobody wants to make himself popular. We'll talk about musasa most of the time.

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And we'll talk one hrs alum

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almost six times more than he will talk about himself doesn't make any sense. So the more you analyze his teachings, life's actions and you'll see you'll see that any of these models will not fit so we take now we crossed fame out of the list as well. Wait, what if someone tells you he wanted woman that's why he pretended to be a prophet. And he has multiple marriages is proof that he wanted woman

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how do we talk with a woman?

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No, not like that.

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Now

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I want

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Oh, you mean for people? Right? That for for for for men? But what if someone says Well, he wasn't limited by the for

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the the Quran limit anything for the person and as far as women?

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Yeah, there is a verse right where Allah subhanaw taala doesn't it's not permissible for a chimera after this. Right? This was an imposter who did it for a woman, then he is no limit. You put an imposter who risks his life because a woman is only married nine women.

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You think, okay, let's analyze now. I don't know. I don't know. Let's start from the beginning.

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From the beginning, first marriage. Hmm. What about the first marriage and that doesn't fit the like the description of a womanizer. Now?

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You're 100% correct. Most of them are divorced, widowed. Let's start from the first one. We're going to go through all of them.

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Please

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Okay, you see that little girl on who was 40 porcelain was 25. Okay, now the womanizer usually will go for the younger woman. It doesn't matter. A woman who's 15 years is senior. Now what else about her the girl the line? She was?

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She was no question. No, that doesn't fit in. No, he's a womanizer.

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So that

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she only accepted the process. But she was twice. You said, but without widowed Actually, she was twice widowed. Yeah. And he was married to the first husband. He died. second husband he died from Ceylon was the third husband. Now the womanizer What does he usually do?

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Typically marry young, Virgin, womanizer. Sahaja. Everyone's embarrassed about the topic.

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House. Okay, fine. So now, and she had children and everything. But there was the first marriage and they remain married for how long?

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25 years. So 25 years married and he only the whole 25 years. He's only married to one woman woman as a white one. And you can skip this one for 25 years when marrying and divorcing keep marrying and divorcing? There are many people in Islamic history who love to marry and divorce a lot. And how many there 60? Yeah, but so what else have no the second major problem was to

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sew them into summer, right. And the narrations go anywhere from 50. The highest goes to 65 was her aid when she married the processor. But 50 to 55 is what people accept. So so they went to them out of the law. Also, she was widowed, her husband passed away. And she was about 50 or 55 years old. She's not a young woman. And according to the any scholars and historians, she was the only one not specifically known for her beauty. All right. So now again, does this look, does this fit the mold of someone who's a womanizer now, but after that it was

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I saw

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the emergence of eyeshadow and hafsa. They had other benefits in them as well. They also showed these marriages show the statuses of two great men. They said the status of a worker and the status of our salon established now this also further link between them and the profits of about it said right.

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Now a number of things. Yeah, but the marriage to eyeshadow dilemma Anna, Carla COVID disgusting. We don't know. We're saying that people, because now,

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people until now, they don't argue that a woman matures physically, at a young age, Danny, by 13, she could be able to actually have children. So folks, I don't think anyone who knows anything about any reality denies this fat, a woman by 13 could be able to have children. So she's physically mature. Right? But she may not be mentally mature. Because now in our society, we keep telling young people that their children, their children, so we even see them as children and they see themselves as children, we can imagine the idea of marrying a child, right? So we're already struggling, she's physically mature. But what if now I find not what we're saying what if now someone can find a woman

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who is physically mature at a young age and mentally maturity and age. Now, what's the problem?

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There isn't a problem. But you know what the problem is? The problem is what they refer to as ethnocentrism. It's when a group of people see what they do is right. And and have you traveled to a foreign country where you don't speak the language that people assume you have to speak their language? Yeah. And when you don't speak their language, they get upset, what is this guy? So you go to a country in wherever it is, and then just speak to you in their language go to China to speak to in Chinese? We know speak Chinese, but no, keep speaking to in Chinese. Because the

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excellent service, even the supermarket, they'll do that to you here. Right. And it's not just the challenge, but other people as well. And they're speaking their language because you need to speak my language. Why don't you speak my language? It's all about me, me, me. So most of you see there is right so now when people tell you, your prophet married someone who was young, they just basing it on what the standard is. Our standard is right.

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And I use my standards to judge nations 1400 years ago, certainly different everything, different levels of maturity, even different age both through which a woman becomes what you call a Chinese which is menses and so on and so forth. But it's just my standard is right so if what's beyond that, or, or below that is wrong. Okay, so anyways, so the second man was trying to draw the line Hmm.

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Number 31 and and the images of artists and how so for example, they showed part of the benefit they showed the place of Oh, Booker and ALMA, the images of Sophia to haven of love and joy or even to hide it. For example, there was that was the end of live interview, Sophia Habiba, there has been a benefit in it, because he married the daughter of the chief or the biggest leader of this tribe, or that group. And what that does is it softens the hearts of the followers of that person. You know, just like when jewelry when to hire a person and married her.

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The the This was right after a battle, and all her tribe, men union members were run. And the prisoners of war of the Muslims were the person that married her, the Muslims felt strange, like now the in laws of the process, Mr. prisoners, so they let them all go in huge numbers is unheard of, for the earth, to conquer a group and just let them go immediately, same day. So they start to enter the religion as well. That's why I share with you a lot. And I used to say, there are no of any woman who is more of a blessing to our people than jewelry. So the wedding with jewelry, or the mana cost of this.

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So there's no benefit. Now, I'm not saying that's the only reason is there a benefit as well. But let me tell you something, you find Muslim authors. Now, we'll talk about the process rooms wives in a derogatory way. And why? because out of shame from the non Muslims, they'll tell you things like, you know, none of them were known. She was the only virgin. And none of them the rest were old. And they were all ugly, ugly, they said they were not known for their beauty. They were old woman. That's not true. It's not true. We don't bend the facts to satisfy someone and use those standards. It's not true. They were very beautiful. When I saw the lawn soldier a raven to her, she said I

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immediately didn't want them to see her because she has status in this group. And she was very beautiful.

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So where is this that they were all on a truck.

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And they were all hold? No, actually three of them. were under the age of 23 were in their 20s. Three were in their 30s. Then there was soldier of the lower on her in her 50s.

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In her 40s, who said they were all old and unattractive. It's not true. But you do the proper analysis, you come to the conclusion that this is not someone who's a womanizer. And we can count up to 11

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that were married but process nine at one point because then a bit of Jose Marina passed away about two or six months after the death of

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two or six months after marrying the processor. That's why there's very little about her in the history books. So and Khadija Of course, also passed away so there's nine at one point was the largest number. an imposter makes them his own religion, whatever he says people will follow Why stop at night. Just keep going. Right? But So anyways, you any way you analyze the life though, the marriages of the process, Allah, you come to a clear conclusion. This is not someone doing this for women. Everyone satisfied.

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We'll move on.

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But someone once said to me, and we wrote this down, this was our number five. He's a schizophrenic.

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Or, no, actually, the guy said to me,

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he was

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much done who have by the way.

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Half an hour.

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Some guy said he was a

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news for

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us, Ronnie

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epileptic. And then he gets into these seizures. And when he's out, he hears voices. And when he regains consciousness, this is what has been revealed to me. Yeah. So no, some of these are much easier than others. So this guy just asked him his question about it. Okay, how many epileptics lived and died before the seller and after the processor? He said 1000s how many of them came with anything half as good as this? Yeah, in which epileptic passes out and comes up with a fantastic religion that solves all kinds of problems in society, the relationship between husband and wife and children and this and that and how to run an Islamic State. All this from passing out from epilepsy.

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I want to be a political. Fantastic. I'm going to come up with solutions for problems. Excellent. So immediately, he said, You're right. schizophrenic, same argument. schizophrenic, how many schizophrenics lived and died. None of them came with a fantastic religion with no mistakes.

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It's the funniest the best in illness to get them.

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How many of them have followers who follows a schizophrenic who follows a an apple

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Again, every time the boss is on the floor riddlin Yeah, the the arm is coming

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up. This it makes sense.

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Someone is possessed. How many people have been possessed When is the last time because this guy came up with fantastic things. fantastic book lectrofan no mistakes and it doesn't make sense. So you cross that off. All right? What if you someone who tricked his people for fun?

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And then like we were saying, would you put everything on the list? Again, someone like that it will be clear. I mean, what do you think are the characteristics? and Annie and the personality of someone who just wants to go through all this? Just to trick people?

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know that? Is he dishonest? No doubt someone who goes through all this, and wages wars just because he wants to trick people. He's a dishonest guy, for sure. And he wouldn't have been called the Lamine even before Prophethood. Correct. So I don't think we need to spend too much time on that. Right.

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If he was someone who just had tribal pride, what do you think?

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He just wanted him to be higher than everybody else? No.

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So brother Marie was quoting verses that saying that we have credited for male and female and we have made you into tribes and nations so that you may know one another.

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And the first element is the one who preached that no one's better than anyone. Yeah. And you based on lineage or anything except through taqwa. Right? So how many times did he speak against this kind of thing? How many times did he told when the original 100 hundreds were about to fight? He said, not only are called each other strikes, he said the OHA in Hamilton, and he said, leave this kind of call because it's an immune tyranny.

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wretched as this horrible stench to it. Yeah. This is not someone who is promoting tribalism as a

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genius. Hmm. Beautiful. hassim said he fought against his own tribe. Beautiful or what? How would someone who is about tribalism wants to elevate his truck fighting against his own truck? I said, I mean, the word when Hashem in the army, with budget and so on and so forth, but very good. What does he do someone who loves warfare

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this very easy also, someone who does warfare

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now

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if he was someone who does work to just be the aggressor all the time, always going out to attack people. Right? If you look warfare, he's you know,

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another point about that. What else about if you love warfare? Why sign a treaty?

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On the prophet of war only,

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I love warfare.

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What else we have only two left and we won was I just wrote the iron remember really says revenge here. Someone's wanted revenge. Revenge from a gripe group or tribe or someone. Right? And again, it doesn't really hold water.

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If someone wanted revenge from one tribe,

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why is he fighting every tribe is someone who hates all tribes. You know what, this is a plan. I'm going to pretend to be a prophet, and we're going to go to work against everybody doesn't even make sense. So again, it can't be revenge someone and then therefore it would all be about revenge. It would all be about revenge after the Battle of when they did the scene, which is when they disfigured the deceased dead Muslims. The first film said I'm going to do some concealer on their dead the next battle the likes of net which has never been seen and Allah revealed versus saying no, it's not the situation it's not your job.

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I'll come to you

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after the visit to a boss he was

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visited by the angel controlling these mounts he said if you like of course these two people between the mountains any one of us would be like you know it do it twice please. But he said no proof it wasn't what after event Yes.

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None

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of us Bahama Naka, possum enters with his head lowered so low about to touch the saddle of his riding animal. You know, so

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when he was given the standard, he said, a young young will well hammer today is the day of the animal hammer, like bloodshed or battle. And a lot today will humiliate koresh guess what the President did take the standard from him. And he gave it to because it's beautiful. What did he give it to

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Know, when he took the standard from Southern Nevada, he gave it to guys, the son of Southern Nevada. See how beautiful it is? still kept with the family. It wasn't. It wasn't like he and his father had the wrong idea. But he didn't want to humiliate him too much he gave it to his son beautiful or not. Beautiful.

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Right? So then revenge out of a totally, totally out of the question. Yeah.

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Someone who just wanted to change this community.

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If he if they say he was someone who wanted to change his community, that's why he pretended to be a prophet. What from his teachings and life will prove that was not the case.

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slowly change what?

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Okay, so you're saying that he would make his changes gradually. Okay, but

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like, what else? What's proof that this isn't someone who just was out to change now?

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Okay, but what else? Someone know,

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what's appropriate, who isn't? Like, okay, recently, and if he was someone who is pretended, and fake the prophecy, and went through all these battles that just to change his community?

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And this would have to be someone good? Why would all well make up? Why talk about gin? Why even talk about relieving is that he wants to change how his community religion sells Jani. What goes into these details everyone dissatisfied or not?

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Yes, this makes sense to go into all this, talking about gin. And, you know, all kinds of in describing the health of Hellfire and paradise in detail and going into all this and talking about how to relieve yourself how to make will do, he wants to change his community, maybe he wants to remove certain vices, he only wants to remove lying and cheating and stealing while going to all kinds of other things.

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Exactly, that's very nice, but most likely, his concentration will be changing things in this dunya. And they probably wouldn't be too much mention of the afterlife. So now we just covered all the motives that we have mentioned we put together so you understand the idea now Yeah. Number one, establish that there are only two options are these genuine, other is false. We can know from his teachings, sayings, writings, actions and writings of course in that case, if he was genuine or not, because we can analyze him we have a lot of detail about his life to the Lord send them to him, you describe Arabia and say tough situation, someone's gonna attack they're either they're gonna try to

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kill him, assassinate him fight against him, must have a strong motive. What do you think the motives are less than down, then go through them one by one proving how they were not a possible motive in the life of the Prophet sallallahu, etc. So that means you're left with one thing that he was a genuine prophet of Allah. Right. But again, we're saying that his book, it's now an imposter, who wrote this book in the forum 1400 years ago, certain things would tell us that it's a book written by a human being not a Book from Allah subhanaw taala we said it wouldn't have any miracles in it. And the person wouldn't have been able to perform any miracles either. Like the splitting of

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the moon, you know, trees, talking all kinds of things miracles, and I suppose to them you wouldn't be able to perform them if you were an imposter.

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For example, is the processor Lem wrote the Quran he wouldn't be able to mention things about the future in the Koran, but the Quran has things in the future give us some clear ones. For the non I was sorta room everyone know the story, right? When the the Persians and the Romans had, they went in had a great battle. And the Muslims were cheering for

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the Romans. Why?

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Because you have the Kitab in the in the village and the same God. The versions were major ones, right. So when the room were defeated, the Muslims were saddened and the kuffaar were happy about that. They were teasing the Muslims. And then a large we did reveal whatever room that the room has been defeated, we're home and badge of honor Him, say I've only been there and they after this defeat in in an odd number of years, we've never seen it in an odd number of years, john is seven or nine. So we'll, again read defeat or defeat the Persians further

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in return, so this was something in the future and it actually happened after how long

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Danny out number nine, so in nine years Exactly. The Romans and the Persians has another question.

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And this time the room or room is not really Romans. Romans used to refer to the Europeans in general. So, Rome defeated the Persians. No man could have known this, the verses with nine years before the battle, we even knew there was going to be a rematch.

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But what else is clear about the future in the Quran? Now?

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Yes, sir.

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Okay, this Hadith, though, yeah. But it's also true, because in Aditya, all the sons of the Day of Judgment, people competing, you know, the Bedouins competing in tall buildings and things of that sort. So this is against this is knowledge of the future. That person wouldn't have known and that's very true. However, we're only focusing on the answer for what's the future and not for our

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chosen, which which part of it?

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Someone argues with you. So hey, Jude,

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got in my head last.

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seen as we will look at Motorola was thermogenic. In nephrology.

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We saw our local, the barrier we'll look at it came from here.

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I was I sent her a certain number of people sort of analysis revealed when it's real and believable,

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is revealed as opposed to when it's coming back from signing the treaty. And it was after the Treaty of Arabia where the stipulations of the treaty were oppressive and against the Muslims. It seemed that this is a time of defeat. Here comes the short surah saying,

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when you see people entering into the religion of Allah in crowds, and the victory of the aligning the help of a lot comes at this time, only I like to say something like that. But what else one more thing, maybe it's quite clear, I was gonna say

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I was certain that

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this was revealed one in Mecca. Right. And it's good. It was saying that you will be in the Hellfire and his wife will be throwing and fueling that fire for him in the hellfire. But Luciana was alive at the time, he was an enemy of Islam. Right. And he didn't become Muslim then. No, after the Battle of budget, no, no guys are not even at the top of the book. When does he become Muslim, the eve of the conquering of Mecca. Years later, imagine a Quran said I was gonna be in the Health Fund and he becomes a good Muslim. And we prove that okay, you don't know you're the future. And it could have been one simple thing. We'll have a fun, we could have done a simple thing to disprove the Quran.

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What

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the hell Allah There you go, becomes a good Muslim goes out to jihad, it does all the things with the processor, then what

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but allows it just says he will be which is proof that Allah knows he's gonna die upon cough and he died in one coffin. There are other leaders didn't die upon Cooper, they entered into a slump. So this is clear knowledge of the future. But

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just because of time, I guess it's almost 10 minutes.

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We said most of the book would have been about him fewer an imposter, there wouldn't be any knowledge of the future. If you're an imposter, it would be many contradictions in the book, it was written by a man, it would be a lot of

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it would have a lot of proposed solutions for things but they wouldn't work to be a failure.

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They would be also the science like I said, it has its value. But let's not overrated. Any there would be there wouldn't be all this scientific facts that are in the Quran, they couldn't have been known. And some of them were discovered in 1970s and stuff.

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It's

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It's impossible without the necessary equipment that someone would have known this 1400 years ago, to further

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the growth, the growth of the fetus in the womb, some things about plate tectonics and things about cloud formation, oceanography, all kinds of things that couldn't have been known to someone that long ago. I mean, you know, I'm just saying when you use signs and all that, just be a little careful, because not all science is science. So a lot of things are presented to you as there's a sign, excuse me, a science, and they're not all science, and there's sometimes different conflicting views. So you might show two announcements or you can pick some clear things right.

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I'll share one with you that I liked very much. And sort of in the head of the DEA.

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It was named so because a lot of good speaks about the bees. In one of the verses, then Allah subhanaw taala describes that.

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That the honey it's a liquid that has different colors and in which there is benefit for people. Now this information was all done at first

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1000s of years, people knew that there was additional and good value to honey, right? But a lot of interesting thing mentions the beat in the feminine form,

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which is the bee in the semiology, Minh butanna, right? He's mentioned the bee in the feminine form. And guess what all worker bees are,

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are the females. And the males are like the like the drones and stuff. They don't do honey. So Allah subhanaw taala mentioned the female specifically, which is interesting, but there's something greater than that. Allah gives us Yakubu Minwoo punia coming out of their bellies is a liquid in which the different colors and in which there is benefits coming out of their bellies. What's so great about that, that's where honey comes from. The bees, they go, they travel to 1000s and 1000s of flowers, they suck the nectar and they swallow it in their stomach. Then they come and I know this isn't attractive, and they regurgitated they vomit out this lecture and they dry it out with

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their wins it becomes honey who could have known this? Who could have known this 1400 years ago?

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Jani it's impossible when you add all the different fields of science as mentioned in the Quran, because someone might be argumentative until he No, he just studied visie love bees and he discovered this spike Okay, he had time to discover this about bees. And this about the ocean and this about embryology. You know, when you look at any, quote unquote great man in history, for example, Thomas and not great men, but even inventors, scientists, Thomas Edison, for example, invented over 200 things, but all of them for the most part dealt with electricity in this type of field. The Vinci For example, He had interest in physics had interest in

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he has a biology who do some drawings of the human organism, but in the end is limited to two or three have been the most, four different fields of science. You list all the fields in the Quran and the Quran, it's impossible one man could have excelled so much in all these different fields, in our training something, there is one time and when I did this exercise with a co worker. So this we just listed all the skills about selling have, you know, any from his counseling skills were superb, raising children, superb dealing with the spouse, superb military tactics, super every skill, the problem had just missed them. They told the guy, what do you think? Is this one guy who had the time

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in one life's lifespan? To know all this? Or do you think he was just probably a genuine prophet of Allah? So he tried to come up with something. He said, I think he was the reincarnation of all great men in history in one man.

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I should tell me honestly,

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what do you think is more probable, he was the reincarnation of all the good, or they were just a genuine prophet of Allah. He lowered his head

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is probably generally profitable.

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It's the only solution, you can come up with a conclusion.

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And we said, you know, if he had horrible luck wouldn't fit that he's a prophet. If he was, you know, poor and then became rich after Prophethood. It wouldn't fit the mark of a genuine prophet. He had bad manners. He was a lazy way he was lazy or he was a coward. Now, don't you know what it means? coward? Yeah, doesn't mean that he got scared at one point, because a lot of the profits of a lead got scared. That's not what a coward is.

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To get scared, the courageous person gets scared. They didn't act on his fear. That's all. So proverbs a lot got scared, and got scared and ran from from the magic or the sorcery of Oman, he threw the stuff sorry, but it doesn't mean he was a coward.

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And then, of course, we said there would be holes in the story, discrepancies in consistencies, contradictions, differences between what he would practice and what he would preach. And so you can only come to one clear conclusion that he was a genuine prophet of Allah. And most people, when you do this exercise with them, they conclude that he was a genuine prophet of Allah. And either they accept Islam or they actually now know the truth and refuse to follow it.

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So anyways, I will do I really would love to hear some stories, enjoy this only need this one sheet of paper and a pen and a catheter.

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And just go through it. Okay. I'm going to conclude with with one argument that

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that I mentioned many years ago, one time and one of the scholars said Don't, don't mention it, because

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it meant not many people say it. And somehow last weekend in Toronto, there was a non Muslim at the journey of faith conference, and he was saying

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he was saying, This man hamazon said love never existed. People just made them up in the books over the years. Yeah. What Look at his evidence, and this is proof that he has no brains. His evidence is that we don't

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Have I mentioned in our books?

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And, and I remember talking to my history professor about this argument one time, and he was teaching African history. Not half of it, all of it is not in the western book. Something doesn't exist until it's in your books. What do I say earlier? estimation trusses sort of brought us if we don't know you, you're not there. That's why Columbus discovered America. Like, anyone he learned it showed up when there are people living there and everything. But he discovered it because the world to them is them. That's the world. I see.

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Okay.

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It's true. Yeah, the 100 is more of a contemporary book. But since one, if something doesn't exist in your history books, that means it doesn't exist at all. And he's looking, for example, a lot of the history that was happening in China is never mentioned in any of the Eastern books. But then how about we reverse it? But none of you guys are in our books?

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True or false? And you could tell us a European will told me your profit didn't exist because we don't have them in our history. Okay. None of you. People are just King Edward didn't exist. Charlemagne didn't exist. Napoleon didn't exist. Nobody existed, because none of them were in our books. It's just one does it work like that? But I know it's about time. I had a lot of fun. Zach McClellan. You guys were excellent. Thanks for all your input. Well, I just try it. They have no escape. Destroy it. Right?

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No.

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