Kamal El-Mekki – How To Give Shahada In 10 Minutes 4 Of 8

Kamal El-Mekki
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various topics including refuting arguments, learning about Mormons, and the importance of knowing one another and not being argumentative. They also discuss the use of virtual bookkeeping techniques to prove the existence of a third thirteenth century Christian thirteenth century Christian thirteenth century Christian thirteenth. The conversation shifts to the topic of proving the existence of a prophet's teachings and the potential consequences of it. The conversation also touches on the history of the term "medical disorder" and the potential for future events to bring more knowledge about the future. Finally, the speakers discuss the importance of proving the concept of universal source of wealth and encourage writing a book.
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This is a pretty organized date tomorrow. Tomorrow, basically we're going to talk about all with, you know, ways of refuting arguments, ways of explaining concepts, ways of convincing people. And then we're gonna work on the questions and we'll do some reenactments. Generally, you know, it's not permissible for one Muslim to play the role of a Catholic. Okay, it's not permissible at all, even as a joke, even as acting to say, you know, I'm a Catholic. That's what a lot of people come to me after the workshop. You should have had one brother pretend to be a calf. No, no, no, no, no, no, there's one thing that's more hated to us than anything on earth is cooked. So we don't pretend to

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be anything, or speak like another one time some sisters were doing double training. One of them already had was was up to kind of have to make we'll do 50 times for Salah. And she had like, add or not add OCD. And she plays the role of the cuff. So she's calling me up. I play the role of the cup. And now I think I'm like, why did you do that? Do you have these issues? You must present stuff.

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Longer or longer person to do this?

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Someone said something to me. Put a note not forgot. That means learn to learn. What are we talking about?

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What are we talking about?

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Oh, yeah. Okay. All right. And there's a anyone know much about Mormons here? Yeah. Okay. But there's for those who don't know, you just go on YouTube.

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And you write down Mormon band cartoon.

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And just watch that. And 10 minutes, you're gonna learn so much about the Mormon faith. And we so easy for you to talk to anyone from that day forward. So go on YouTube, Mormon banned cartoon 10 minute cartoon you watch, it explains everything about God. That belief is not in the Book of Mormon, by the way. It's in my book.

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No, the other book.

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Anyone else know the name of this book? Just one person in the room. Anyone else would save that book.

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The Pearl of Great Price. Why doesn't anyone know this name?

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Everyone knows the Book of Mormon. Because it's loaded with these embarrassing beliefs. The stuff you see in the cartoon, it's from that book, Pearl of Great Price. They never talked about the pearl of great price, because it's too embarrassing. You have to go through a process of desensitization before they tell you this stuff in the appropriate price. You'll see why when you want that cartoon. Okay. So once that cartoon, it's going to be 70. Could you imagine that once your cartoon and you'll be able to give good that

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was Tom and Jerry.

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So that's as far as that. Brother is saying that you have a booth. If someone's being argumentative. You're saying, look, we just aren't here. With some words we were talking to.

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You're at $1 table, someone comes up to you. And they know you're going to invite them to religion. And so they know that you can use the table as an excuse to table here we've got materials and we're trying to let people know about Islam. So people can know one another, you know that we talk to people to

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broaden your mind widen your horizon, whatever they say. Okay, great. That's it. Someone's argumentative to share information, that's all. Okay.

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Still have something to learn here and put it to remind myself something?

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Oh, yeah, you could probably also tell the person who's being argumentative, that, you know, that, you know, it's all about education. Knowledge is power, the more you know, the better and you know, we're living in a global village all that fancy coffee, give it right back to them the stuff that they give back, you know, global village, knowing one another peaceful coexistence all the time.

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And they want to, they feel looking, well, maybe I need to broaden my horizons and not be argumentative, and listen to what this guy is saying. We're gonna do an exercise right now that I like very much. It's, I call it the because it's based on a booklet that I have written. years ago never published

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a virtual book. I've got a lot of virtual books on

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virtual lab. So it's called the senseless evasion of the equation.

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It's, it's a technique. Yeah.

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Well, I don't want to say I developed it because actually after developing it, I discovered that the that the classical scholars have developed it in many books on the same topic.

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It's not mine.

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But it's a way of proving either the existence of a lab result, or the veracity of the messenger Muhammad SAW through analyzing his life and his teachings. And

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it's a very simple premise. And it started, I first did it. Some years ago, it was a Muslim guy, he wanted to marry an atheist, obviously can't marry a

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Muslim, or Christian or Jewish, but I'm not going to get her to become Jewish. Or

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so he said, Can you prove to her that like,

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that's a very easy thing.

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So we sat down, and we prove the existence of a lot. So again, just through by analyzing the what

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goes together.

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it starts off like this. This is the this is the preface with the idea behind it, is that with the prophets of Allah, we have two options, right? Only two, only two, not three, not that he was one genuine profitable law for that, too. When you're an imposter. Okay. These are the only two

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to argue for a third one.

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He was either genuine or he was not genuine. The third one that saying that? Oh, like he's not genuine, whether he thinks he is wrong. Yeah, exactly.

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And these get a profit governments from a lot, or he's not genuine, made enough. You heard from a double copied from another religion, whatever it is. And when a great, great way to do with Vietnam was

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genuine, it was not genuine. It's an if a if a false prophet. Now someone entered this room right now. And he said, Look, people I'm the Prophet of Allah.

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Obviously, we know there's no prophet coming up to

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new prophet. So if someone walked in this room, put that aside. Could you ask them questions to find out if they were genuine or not? Yes or no? Yes. Now, will it take you a long time to discover through a genuine or not?

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Yeah, long time? No, very short period of time. Right. Give me a question. You might ask this person.

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Yes, sir.

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Okay, I didn't know your problem. There's no wrong answer whatever question you would like to ask. Yes, sir.

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How did you receive the message? What are you looking for here?

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Exactly. That's a good question. You see how it's a good question. Who brought you the message? What's the name of the angel? Who brought you the message? You might say? Well, it was like a lease or something like that.

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You know,

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or something.

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But on top of that, the one that usually visits profits is debris. And so to give you any name, but debris and you have a problem, what else could you ask? Yes, sir.

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Can you perform a miracle please? on time we met a guy who said I'm divine. We said fly he got upset said why is it every time I tell people I've got to fly.

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should fly.

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should fly.

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Alright, what else?

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Don't tell me this guy will walk in this room and stump us.

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Are you sure? Because a genuine prophet wouldn't know it. Also, he said what he said yes, it's on April.

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Yes, sir.

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Okay, some miracle Yes. We're done with miracles. Yes.

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Okay, and if it doesn't agree, it's probably appropriate. Yes. I just have questions I like all these things are things that are found in the slab. So how would that convince them? Which things like

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they just stay with us in our scenario here our specific scenario guy walk into this room. I'm a prophet of a lot. What questions can we ask him to see if he's genuine or false? Who's who's the English that spoke to you? comes up

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okay, I want to hear your message. Right? And what are you really looking for?

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Uh huh, good. So what if I tell him what's your number one message? He says my number one message is that blank blank blank is something besides though he you know, for a fact is not a property Why? All the profits the number one lesson was talking every single one of them Yes.

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what's your book? Okay, it tells you it's called

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So you will be convinced because of the name of the book. The book

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called the book.

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Yes, sir.

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Well, the marks because we weren't aware this person would look like that. So when he tells me I'm one of those profits with no marks

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what question would you ask to find that this person was genuine or false? Yes, sir.

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He tells you her before.

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you don't like the name?

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It's a nice name.

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Okay, good. What else? By the way? There is no wrong question. Your name is probably a good question. Yeah.

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He's in line with them. It's probably a good thing. He's not probably a bad. What do you think of the other prophets? I'm the only real one. Okay.

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Okay, last one. Yes. Who's that me? Or is that somewhere else?

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Much reverb?

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Who is God? Okay. Does he believe that?

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All the prophets have been shepherds.

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What's your job? What's the job stockbroker?

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So, get started, man. Give me a minute. I'll tell you what, I'm tomorrow.

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But you're right. Excellent.

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And what was his lineage? And are you from the lineage?

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No. So great. Excellent. That means then we can ask certain questions and find out if something's broken or not. Can we do that about profit in the past? If we have a lot of information about them? Yes. So we said with the process alone, we have two options. Either it was genuine profit or II work whenever and involves using what we know of the same and teachings and so on, we can definitely come to a conclusion. It was genuine. And you can do this exercise if you actually do you only need a pen, a piece of blank paper and

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paper and

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two choices. That's number one, the two choices either general profit or non profit. then number two, we talked about, we described the environment in which the profits showed up in prehistoric Arabia, the customs, the wars, the fighting the thing that tribalism, how they help certain things very directly with fight over the most ridiculous thing. 30 years of world and most ridiculous thing. So now, in this environment, I

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hope you take notes because this is exactly how you do this exercise. In this exotic environment, this non slip,

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a person is going to pretend to be a product.

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In this environment. People fight wars over the most ridiculous thing. He's going to challenge their gods, their arms, their status in Arabia.

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What he has to have, he knows the problem in assessing him go to war against him, hate him trying to kill him all these things. What would he do? He must have a strong motive. So what could his motive be? And here is when you start right.

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So number one,

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give us a motive.

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Money. So everyone write down one

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couldn't get any worse. So I'm not going to write down you right now. Money, okay. Someone else? Just a power, power and

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so power three women. Thank you for saying women now you just have to pull it out of people. So money, power, women. What else is

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What else?

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status status. Okay, so power slash status money slash world.

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Our status Uh huh. retribution retribution for what?

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very good. What else?

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Thank you very much. Yes.

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Okay, fame tension

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so you can put envy or just just pure evil whatever it is, whatever the nano sim trilogy you write it down. Someone wants it from outer space write it down. Yes, it might actually be a problem. Okay, well then we're saying now we've already thought these are the two options we're looking at pursuing the path of him being not a true prophet. What would his possible motive be? He has to have some strong motive because they know they're gonna fight him and then try to kill him. But you're right.

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That's on the other side.

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Anything else? Why would he pretend to be a prophet? Oh by the way you know with madman you can put schizophrenic right or epileptic sorry schizophrenic also yeah

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possessed by Jin so possessed put that down

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good so escape it

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regain lost land

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from a

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Okay, so he's trying to regain some kind of legacies of old heritage or some Old Dominion of his parents or something like that.

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Jealousy envy jealousy okay.

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just just just a problem maker just wanted to make it possible I mean, whatever people say right now but how ridiculous Yes.

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Okay, someone like Confucius just wants to improve wants to help things make things better right? very possibly write it down what else is

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like there's someone else moving

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okay possible so it's been fenced on by someone else

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wrote to me stuff we'll keep going.

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political power okay. Last one he

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just wants to manipulate people feel nice control last one.

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Okay, so it's like the people that run I mean

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I think I had to watch the

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Okay. Now what you do you let the people deal with them empty whatever is in their heart put any possible motive and then what do you do? You go back using what you know of the prophets.

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sayings and see the problem? I think.

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So, just the problem, just a problem for him. So what happens? Now you go through these possible modes one by one and see, are they possible or not? Alright, did you write down Martian alien? Oh, that someone said at one? Fine, whatever they say could have done. Okay, so now let's start with the easy ones. So he pretended to be a prophet in Arabia because he wanted money. Now you start to refuted that why couldn't have been because of money pretended to be a problem, such as?

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He has a nice one behind work or something. If that was the case, then he could do that with all the words has been given to him for that and then for the fonts for certain things.

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You're 100%, right? Give me specific examples, this incident that

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he was actually offered, they came to him and said, Look, if it's money, you want to give you all the money that was

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there for a change and at the beginning of his call and offered, its money you want, we'll give you one. If it's women will marry you to the best looking one. If you want leadership, we'll let you become a leader. And the President refused something else. Very good. Yeah. Something else specific.

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For that, man.

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We're just on money now or taking one at a time. But years ahead of us. That's good.

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So when he died, like seven months left? That's not an indication for one month, something specific like that. Yes. Is room.

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The size of it?

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Yeah, so it's an arm's length.

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on stocks and mud walls, French to cover the blanket to stop the rain from coming in. Broken pod. Pillow filled with palm fiber, one blanket, that's the bed? Where's the world? specific?

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Like a story.

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For me, my daughter, my wife. And he said no, he said, they'll kill you.

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And I actually find a person in

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winning well, and he still said no. And he was thrown in. And like, like you're fused

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from his teachings.

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Okay, this was this was what he established with. Okay, well, that's good. So his followers were refusing lungfish possible that he was also not one after

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he came to the house.

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was nothing there.

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I'm sorry, I'm cutting you off. Because? Yeah, when we get the point, because I want to finish the episode before the end of the day. So very good. Excellent. Yes, sir.

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Okay. But the brothers saying the President

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could have used the word for Look, just on that point itself. Well, look, before that. He was already wealthy when he was before he became a prophet. True or false. very wealthy, he became poor after becoming a problem that really goes against the plan. Right? What else?

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I'm actually going to have to answer that one. How you answered that one tomorrow, just so we can keep with the flow, but it is a it's a very good question, what do they say?

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You're talking about? So that's why you have to actually give some kind of explanation to how authentic IDs are, and so on. We'll probably do that tomorrow. Good. Some give you some specific things about Well, the problem said yes.

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He was going for money as the as a slum group with the food increase. Okay. He started, he was rich, and his money went down. So good.

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I believe

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he mortgaged his armored

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force badly, but at that time, he was the head of the state roads

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are a very strong point, right?

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Give it away. But give me examples of actual time when he gave away. All right, so sorry, everybody. So I named the person that would give 10s of 1000s of cows, goats herds to people after birth, you know, Dina 10 70,000, given out 10,000 give it out to the poor? No, did you just keep giving, giving giving was he lived in a state of poverty, even the problem that happened with his words,

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was related to them asking for a higher stipend or a higher salary. He still refused to the point would cause him problems. And imagine now someone gives you $70,000 can you distribute all of it you go home until he was 70,000 and distribute the whole thing. And then she gets upset when you bring us something to condition that we're living. So that How about when

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she wants to do that for two months, that would be no fun.

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That in the house of the senate Yes How did you survive she said the less well done dates in water so all these things you keep listing them and listed them and you see that he wasn't you can easily cross out money that he wasn't after my one more thing every one of these motives Think of it as it relates to the

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way we talk about an imposter who obviously would have to write his own put on how would money be reflected? Tell us

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he's an imposter that's his motive and he wrote to put on Yes

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Give me more money that's what it would say bring you know have some money to their profit make sure you know the profits taken care of bring your work to the profit

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but what about the one fifth the spoils of war is not given to a messenger

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so it's not money

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but is it assign no because what happens that one fifth of disposable

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it's not for the both of them personally. So you understand how you know then now we can everybody can excel money you can go through them It wasn't about money. Right. Next, which which ones you would do so many wealth is out with that power status fame.

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Attention How can we improve in any of these give me specific incidents

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during that year, who could have been you know, the old powerful right in the area? Yes, sir.

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He said they put the sun on my right hand.

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Okay. Yes, sir.

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Sisters here, by the way, sorry. To hear me No. Apologize. Okay. You go into a room where the profit is

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the profit.

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Give me a second Shiraz. Excellent point. Let's just think about that one a little bit. So the better one Aaron comes? And he asked he can't tell which one it comes to the mess up front and set it up. He can't tell which one is the leader. So he has to ask

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Can you believe that? Can you walk into any room now or in any religion and not know who the big shot is? If you ever heard of someone walking to the king's court, it's up to the adjuster your Your Highness and it's so clear who the king is with the big shot is from the way they sit from the way they dress buildings now when you walk in the architecture of the room tells us the big shot all the chairs facing that one if you go to a you know a meeting room, can you tell where the is the CEO sits? Or the chairman of the board? Yeah, because he's the one who has the chair with the arms the arm political unrests on it you know it's at the head of the table so you you can tell easily you go

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into any religious establishment there's a guy that door has got like this you go further and

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further inside the guy's got this huge

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dance the guy who's in charge

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the biggest float the longest scepter whatever it is, but he couldn't have been with us after power fame or something like that. Because he would sit like the companion just like the companion it's so clear that

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you take part of the

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thing of the challenge, right.

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separate himself from anything else so the other sane person would physically take part in digging the trench building the machine. did all this work. Yes.

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insightful. Never heard that one before us. Sure. No power and fame political power control and uses sure consultation. Excellent. We'll get to you now.

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they were

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so you use a worker or even they live this this type of light and then of course,

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as well. And even more configurations, so excellent. Yes.

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Power, both power and status.

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So you get the idea. Now we'll take the last one for a while.

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the race the

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sisters davia said we don't want to come to the pseudo line erasing with his own hair. Okay, great. But how

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are we doing?

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Half an hour?

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Exactly. That is not an issue.

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All right, let's do the next one. Women.

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Go ahead.

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I didn't mean a bad way.

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And he didn't get married again until after his first wife.

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Great, but don't skip any. Some important points there. So the accusation is that, you know, you're saying he pretended to be a prophet because he wanted women. That's his whole motive to pretend to be a prophet. He wanted a woman so somebody's saying, President didn't get married until he was 25. That's first thing. Second thing, there's one more which is what?

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Okay, but there's one more Let's take a look. Yes.

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She was 15 years older, right? She was 40. No womanizer does that woman as always was younger. Right. So then, first, he was 25. Second thing. She was 14. Let's stay with Khadija people. were staying with her.

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Okay, but

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okay, but so the sister staying with Felicia saying that the person that remained with the law not only for a while. That's another point. Stay with for the police. Yes.

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Excellent point. That's not the way a womanizer works. She proposed to him. They will Khadija.

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Everybody else was gonna say she was widowed twice. Excellent. Yes.

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He was. He worked under her. He wasn't her boss. She was his boss.

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Okay. Explain that to him not being a womanizer. If he was a womanizer, he would just use her. Okay, that was very good. But you see how we're This is just now. I need to get on board. He made like five points just from this when I go to the next step. Next wedding?

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To go Who was it to first of all?

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Okay, that's true. That's very true. Good. I'm just want to go in order just so it's easy for us. So he married so

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how old was she?

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narrations go anywhere from 50 to 65 years old. Right? That's one was old, too. She was also widowed. Right? She was meant to?

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I think Right. Right.

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Then what else?

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Okay, she was the only one of them that was not known or celebrated for her exquisite beauty. Okay. All the way she's the only one not known to be extremely beautiful wrestler, all known to be extremely beautiful people. You go now on the internet, you find Muslims who have written books saying they were all not known for beauty. They were all an attractive

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and there's not a problem. He wants a beautiful wife. But you want your profit to have all not me loving women who are not attractive. That's not true. But they're just trying to move away from having any kind of beauty or sexual connotation. So they say the mothers of the believers will attract better the truth to students

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who run after beautiful women all their life.

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What are we ashamed of? So we don't say things like that ever. So.

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So as some of the people were saying, Yes, all of them are except for actually all of them are widowed or divorced or

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some of them were married for social reasons. Some of you may

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have had no place to stay in America brought her into his home.

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Some of them had a double benefit like the Americans brought it up to the daughter Sophia Her name was

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which other ones that was related to marrying the daughter of a leader of a tribe for

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Sofia been to Korea. Very good, excellent. Now the wedding's that showed the status of the father of

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It also showed the position of Obama when he married, how sort of the law and

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I just wanted to interject that all these all the reputations have Muslim, like they're from the Muslim, right? Because obviously that's where the majority of the information is. We're saying look at the information available. We're using that, to analyze. Now we need to, we need to reassure them that this information is very authentic, because of time we're doing that tomorrow. So first, you're proving to them look, this is where we get our input from. All right, you can trust it. And now use it to say, look, could he have been? Or not?

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Yeah, which wedding had to do with

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religious revelation?

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Great. So now we're starting to see when you look at it, you don't see this trend of someone who's a woman or you see someone? Exactly the contrary of that. Yeah. Anything else you want to add to the to the marriages of casilla? That it wasn't about women looking out to the teachings? like we did with money?

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Okay, which two?

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the easier one, right. So I said, Yes. He was just using them for sexual reasons. Why are they called the mother? Okay? Why are they just the who said the person put a limit and the front foot limit, says, you know, that life

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is not going to marry after this? Why put an end to it? And why 11 if you're making up the D, and you're a womanizer, that's why you made up the dean, the sky's the limit, right? What what the teachings are on a cluster, of course, we'd write it and their motive would be reflected, you have to write that down. The motive would be reflected in his teachings, because he made it up

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for our environment using before is actually much easier to do.

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Right. So why make a religion that restricts it? And then, but what about the message? What would his message say? He wrote with that in mind.

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I think you're saying with the hold on said that men are to take care of women. That's not a writing of a woman has a right. To take care of women to take care of anyone. Right. Specific with the onset? Yes. inheritance.

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Possibly. Uh huh. You're not wrong. Yeah.

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Excellent. What else?

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Okay, woman as you probably want, covered, why her job anything else would just like with the money people would look for? And what would it say if he wrote it for the sake of money? He would say bring your money to the province.

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If it was for women, again, it would say let them be blessed by the profit. Yeah. This is now happening in Muslim lands, right? Where the shift, you know, that would say, you know, let me bless your wife this night and

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go pick up in the morning Muslim countries, Arab countries, this is happening. Okay. So he would have been in this system so called chip. So this this person was an imposter project would be so much easier for him to do things like that, you know, possibly blessing people left and right. But that's not the case here. But so we can easily now cross out women. But what else? We said Mad Men possess schizophrenic. How do we refute notes.

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But extra, so what you're going to do, you're going to use the same arguments. Or you're going to say, look, if you were a madman or a schizophrenic, because one time this person was telling me that have you ever thought what if he was someone and epileptic when he went into epileptic seizures, he really heard voices when he revived

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his voice and that's what he came up with.

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I mean, it's in his mind, it's a possibility refuted. So I told him listen, since the time before, and after his time into today how many epileptics have lived and died. He said, Maybe 10s of 1000s, maybe hundreds

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of all these 1000s upon 1000s, of epileptics, and all of them having their seizures, not one ever again, the history of mankind, when they got into the seizures, heard a voice and came up with this phenomenal system of government, how to deal with your world, how to run the state, and how to work deal with one another, and, and how to be merciful with animals and all of this from an epileptic seizure. And no other epileptic ever has come up with something great, they all get seizures. No one can hurt anything else.

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So you can you know, you can argue with that cross the madman applicant magnet and read the Koran you told me a madman wrote that look at so you can argue each one with the message of the Quran with this with the content of heard of the idea of a mental disorder specific for profits. So profits only since they all had the same message. It's not because they hear from a lot, but because they all have the same mental disorder.

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But at the same time, this mental disorder brings out this good message. It was the same message. Oh, I see. And so this is just the combination of yet another message. And this was the same person who made his argument.

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So how do you refute that? Can we stay with this one? How do you refute this specifically? Shut up. That's just a medical disorder. Common to one person, like your asthma, or your cancer is not related to the next person's cancer. So why does what

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I'm talking about?

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Okay, okay. So that's actually another section when you look at limiting the brother Go ahead.

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getting married, you said? No.

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Questions. Oh, receiving a message.

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me Yeah.

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I'm sorry. I'm gonna pause a little bit here, go into the message of what can you tell me about that message, the teachings

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that prove it couldn't have been written by a man 1400 years ago, an array of one.

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So the challenge anyone can anyone can produce a book? Is anyone being able to? You've seen some attempts? Right? And they were all utterly ridiculous. Right? quick point. Yes.

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Okay, so basically trying to say this scientifically. True. There's a lot of science. Very good. Yes. The moral teachings and scientific evidence. Okay, scientific evidence, moral teaching gives them specific.

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contradictions. Okay, that's good. No contradictions, you know, look, let me ask you this, sorry to think of it like this. If you told the Quran was revealed over a period of 23 years, it remains consistent, right? Isn't that a sign that it's not from a human being? What if I told you right now, start writing a book and finish it in 23 years? Is that book gonna be the same way? You're gonna start off you know, writing you know, not much contemplation not much wisdom. As you grow older, you know, I wish this language improved use big English words like.

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So, we change the 23 years you write with wisdom with increase, you would go back and rewrite certain chapters and remain consistent, even though it's reviewed over a period of 23 years. That's a sign it could have been written by some human being What else?

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Most likely, right.

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Okay. Yeah.

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So how can you someone says he dictated to someone and also like, how can you then know that all the events have happened with the previous profits, also future events? Excellent. So it brought up two important points, too much too much history to know about

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Then, and then we'll take this point when we want to discuss future events. Yes.

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Classical Arabic grammar. He spoke well, though we know that right? He was the most eloquent. So he dictated to people.

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But the point on the future, give me quickly some points about the future mentioned in the Quran. Yes.

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sexes male and female. Okay.

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That's true.

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That's science, they will future future something that will happen in the future Hands up.

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Excellent, where the rooms are what you're gonna say, yeah, that the Romans have been defeated, and then they after their defeat, they shall become victorious again, in odd number of years. And this was something in the future. And it happened how many years later?

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Not just as

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I said, this is a knowledge of the future. Brazil couldn't have known this. Right?

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Yes. In the futures sorry, how

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many generations how Okay, it would have been found later on would be found mentioned was found later on how to speed up in the Quran.

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Okay, so when we get to, it says those things. Stick with you right, though you are right. Yes.

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Okay, the science, science future things about things in the future.

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In the Health Fund, right? That was what it's a Mexican sewer, but would have died after the hedgerow to Medina. So how did he know that he was going to die as a governor that knowledge of the future only one could have known that and I would have to disprove

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to disprove the hold on but it never happened in the future

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in the Quran, was

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the spirit

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Okay, that's a very powerful miracle. It's also

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very busy local combat to the moment

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Yes, future victory.

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Okay, and, but okay, also and also about the conquering of Informatica, right, mentioned before, and when one was eventually

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Yeah, after the treatment. Imagine that the effects would come down on the week bathroom video of the day via the oppressive rules. And that really, again, knowledge of the future. So we'll start with the future, but you get the idea why he couldn't have written the format, because he stays consistent for 23 years never changes the linguistic style. And the grammatical stuff. The challenge for anyone to read a book like it is still until today, it hasn't happened no to the future of science in the Quran. How about when the Quran mentions the grip like

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reproaches the prophets

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or mentions of flow or folk

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with an imposter write about himself like that? Do you think? Like, I was hoping

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you wouldn't write like that he would write about himself. Number one, would he say versus like, you know, that is not good. But if he would be probably elevate himself, you know, what else? Are we on false or rip approach?

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all the all the questions sorry to cut you off again. But all the questions No, they asked you about

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the answer to why would an imposter say that he could make up some future data and and years from now, he'll die they'll die, nobody will fault him for it. Also, how about the fact that the names of Isa and moose are mentioned before and more than the name of Mohammed?

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time? How about if you think about the name, the habit goes on how many times appears

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four times how many times the name of a service

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and use is

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30 939.

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imposter he wants to pump himself up, bring himself up to a high level and he writes more or not more, but he mentioned other names of profits more than himself. does that fit the mold of an imposter? So the more you examine with your numbers, the friend, he starts to see that you know what, this book doesn't look like an imposter wrote it doesn't add up. Why is he talking about other people and I want to mention, by the way, why not flourish for

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The profit center during insula,

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insula, people come to pray to the processor from all areas, or try

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to come to grips with the products.

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he recites at first.

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What's the wisdom behind?

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Go ahead? What year did this happen? I don't

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know what it was in eight.

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Possibly Anything else? What commerce specifically, he could have returned? As?

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You know, it's okay. Let me ask you this. What age? Did they ever? What was their problem with the process?

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He made the one ILA that was a big issue for them. Right. Maybe he found some publications here and there. Why did they ever, and they would have taken any opportunity to attack the president, if they saw any flaw True or false? He's their number one enemy, any opportunity to attack him? They would? Why would they ever want to say?

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pedophiles, for example? Why did they ever say that? Because it wasn't a crime, tomorrow's argument, but also,

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what did they oppose to defeat?

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Is this

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because they knew what happened? No one objected to it. Across the settlement recites will come in. And he because now people from all parts, Are there new Muslims and bold Muslims, they're all there. And they all hear that our was drawn near the moon has been split. So everyone knew that that happened. That's why with this huge gathering of eight Salah, no one opposed it don't want to wait. What is this talking about? Is it reaffirms all of them recognize this going back to your point about the splitting, the olden recognizes happened. That's why their complaints weren't, you should definitely split, or you're married more than one, or the arguments that had that existed today, if

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anyone was to argue against would have been the police who hated him more than anyone. So of course, the Orientals, they're unfair the arguments, but arguments that they have, based on today's culture, why?

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Why marry someone who's younger than 18? Why do this? Why do that, but this correlation would have been the first to Jeff, they would have objected to the sort of thing that one has been split, but they didn't, because it No, it was a reality. So anyways, so when you look at before on,

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the more you look at it, the more you see that it could not have been revised by an imposter or by a human being. And if you claim it was written by an imposter, somewhere, somehow the motive of this man, whatever it is, must have been must be reflected in that book that he wrote by himself. And so what you do you go through the entire list, right? And that he just went into someone who just want to divide people, like you want to divide people, but he's the one who gave the idea that you should not even have animals fighting against each other. Even right, one animal up against the other. And he told me, they're just a split within why the eye out about

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the role of Allah tala conducted Muslims are like, building the brakes on one another. And if one part of the body

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responds with

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fever, so it doesn't add up something else, an imposter would not practice what he would preach, right.

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That's how you find the imposter. So you go through the process of say,

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and he would sleep most of the night except for a little bit. But the problem would stand in prayer until his feet would swell. So what kind of a posture does that you don't have to put the app when you're at home? Right. So the fact we have this testimony into his life in detail, as we know how he, how he put on his clothes, how he spent time in his personal life, how he ate, what do you like to eat? What color do you like to wear, how

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we know everything about him? if there was anything private, that

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that we would have known, it would prove to us that he was not a genuine prop. They would not practice what he would preach. But everything we see, tells us that he was a genuine prophet. And so basically, you go through the entire list, and you keep showing them. Like I said, I know some of your thing. Well, we're using it, we're using

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it, but we'll discuss that further tomorrow on Sharla. And when we do

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You go out and you try this exercise, like I told you, the person was an atheist. And, you know, she became Muslim, she's still Muslim, he's got two children now, Mashallah, happily ever after inshallah, there's also

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the one time I tried this with a co worker, and there was no work, and we just kept talking about this. And in the end,

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he said, we also, by the way, did something else that we listed all the skills of the prophet SAW, every skill that he had, we can make a long list now. And we still only have human skill to have arbitrary between people, speech, military tactics, and, you know, raising children, dealing with your spouse.

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You know, also, you know, counseling, oh, we still had, we listed it on a piece of paper. And then, of course, if you're saying he's an imposter, and he wrote, he has all the scientific knowledge back then. So oceanography, you know, you know, the stars and planets and orbits embryo that your biology, there's so many you just list keep overwhelmed. This list, all the skills that I have listed here is knowledge of the animal kingdom, the bees, all that stuff, make a huge list. And Indian made that list thing? What do you think one person have all that? So this guy came up with something? He said, look, I think that

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was probably the reincarnation of all the great minds in history into one man

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has to be honest, with you think is more probable. So he's a reincarnation of all the great minds, because you know, when you look at, you know, you look at, quote, unquote, great times, you'll find this guy excelled in this thing, but it was one field, you know, Thomas Edison, one of the 200 inventions, he didn't steal some of that from other folks, by the way, but at the same time involved in electricity division, how many sciences does he deal with?

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physics, right? biology, right? All that. But in the end, how many were in it? And it wasn't like he was so ahead of his time, things that are impossible to know, back then, like the science that we have.

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And so in the end, he said, you know, so I said, What is more probable that he was the reincarnation of all the great men in history? Or that he's just probably one of the genuine prophets of Allah.

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The man looked down. And he said, is probably a genuine prophet. Because when you do it like this, you leave no Avenue you leave them no escape, it is a genuine Prophet, or is the pastor, we looked at it, it didn't add up. There was a, he was an impossible. We have the book that you allegedly, you say that he wrote, you look at you don't find any indication that there's an imposter.

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What he's trying to make it just trying to get out when you when you try to get out. Google Dante. So I know it doesn't add up. But I mean, I don't even want to go there. I just said, Well, what do you think, get also part of the argument, it just keeps going. So whether it started zero goes, they're just gonna keep going. So but you're right. But the point is, what is more,

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so try it. Have fun with it. This is the plan to come back tomorrow, we're going to discuss First of all, a little bit of you

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can pick the thing you can rely on again, then we're going to probably take one or two of the questions, the most difficult questions and discuss them, then we're going to go through the different ways of refuting arguments and convincing people and then we're going to spend the rest of the day answering those questions and maybe some of you will come up here, and then we'll go back and forth.

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Right. And in that way, you will be somewhat prepared for

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what is ahead of us. Not the greatest other ways. So anyway, again, I want to really thank you. I had a lot of fun today was great. And you know, excuse me for my jokes if they were too good.

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any announcements,

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everyone for coming?

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