Khalid Yasin – Dawah Course 2 Of3

Khalid Yasin
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from de la Salatu was Salam wanted us to the left some of our they were sent him while he was hot, he was Raji with the reality as mine were back.

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In the strategies and techniques of Tao the first most important issues and strategies and techniques is to be prepared.

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There is no substitute

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for good preparation.

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Can you imagine the day Can you remember back the day that you were going on your first interview for that big job?

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How you iron your clothes the night before, washed them onto clothes, clipped your nails, when got a haircut,

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shine your shoes prepared your presentation. You got all your documents together. And this is just for an interview, to see some cafa to get some money to get a job so you could be bossed around.

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While it wasn't wrong,

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that's natural. Because preparation is something that's essential. So one of the first things we want to do is collect your materials.

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The materials is what the mechanic uses

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for his work.

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Now all of you can remember

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going somewhere to repair something or to do something, some job you're supposed to do whatever it is and then you get there and what happened. You forgot your tools.

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Can you imagine a doctor coming to your house on a house call he forgot his black bag.

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Collect your materials that is

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before you go out to give dour.

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Go to your library.

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Know where it is that you're going, who you're going to talk to what atmosphere is it.

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Collect your materials.

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Use the Quran and the wisdom of the Sunnah. Don't try to be clever.

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Don't try to be philosophical. Don't get into a whole lot of history. Don't get into a whole lot of science, dialectical materialism and debating and you know saying things you think is slick, tricky. Trying to trap somebody. Don't do that, because you're gonna wind up trapping yourself, you're gonna trip over your own rope.

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be straightforward. Take a x of the Quran, Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. It's okay, if you don't understand the Tafseer It's okay, if you didn't understand the shell of the Hadees It's okay. Meaning that later on, you're going to know that it's better to for you to understand the context of the Hadith,

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the implications of the Hadith,

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the commentary of that area, the limitations of the interpretation that can be gained from this ayah but at least use the I use the Hadith of the prophets, a lot of Islam and also use common sense. Utilize scientific evidence, whenever it is proper first quote and next one, then scientific evidence, you know why?

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There is no scientific fact that has been established in the whole world that the Quran conflicts with, there's no contradiction with any scientific fact that had been discovered or established that the court an contradicts

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it means that the word of Allah subhanaw taala, the son of the Prophet sauce and never contradicts any established fact, within say theory, we said fact.

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So utilize scientific evidence but utilize it after not before.

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appeal to common sense after all,

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mothers wit

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is the foundation, mother wit.

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That is and you can believe that whoever named that mother when

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they understood what it means. The mother had more common sense than the Father.

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Because otherwise she couldn't deal with the children and him and herself.

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is like she is common.

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Since men tend to be more sophisticated, more diverse IV, women seem to be fairly simple. And you find out even in this a course here,

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I'll tell you the facts that are the facts prove themselves, the sisters, they absorb and understand and take better notes.

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And when it's time for the test,

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they're going to excel the brothers. why that happens.

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It has something to do it has something to do with its special capacity that law gave the woman

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maybe it's because they don't have as much ego.

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Because if I tell the brother, actually, why are you late brother? What's your problem?

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See, the ego flares up.

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Now for the rest of that, cause he cannot listen to me anymore. He looked at me said, Man, what a brother talking to me that way.

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too, the ego gets all messed up.

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It's like

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somebody said

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that men drive cars, and a man could be lost. And he is his ego. He don't want to ask nobody for instructions. So he is riding around, he's still lost.

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A woman will stop the car and ask somebody for how to get away.

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He's no ego. She's gonna ask.

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cuz she's gonna admit, I just don't know what I'm doing. Man, he got this ego he did.

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His last four hour riding around.

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So he appealed to common sense that is, don't try to be too intelligent when you're talking to people just use common sense.

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refuted refute common fallacies. Now there are common fallacies and there are some that are extraordinary.

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You know, this whole idea of who created God now that's not common.

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The person that's that asked that question, you know, that's a Kaffir St. Kapha.

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A person that has a religious background,

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has been born with a natural disposition to feel God and the need of God in their life. The person that asked that question is looking at the world from a

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either metaphysical or scientific,

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dialectical way of life. They don't even have a connection.

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So when they ask that kind of a question, that's not a common fallacy. Don't try to get into extraordinary fallacies.

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Always offer the Islamic proposition. Always offer. don't shove it down anybody's throat. Don't hammer it. Don't tell them you must. You don't believe this? You're stupid.

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I mean, you're crazy. I mean, that's silly. What you just said.

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It might be but don't say that.

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intelligent people, people who are graduates.

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And you go talk to them, like if you're in the street, and you say something, somebody said, Man, a stupid idea. Right? But intelligent people educated people, you could say something to them that they fundamentally disagree with, from the beginning, in the interest what you're saying, Do you know what they usually say?

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Oh, that's interesting.

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They have been taught that in conversation, never condemn or never directly, disagree, just say,

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Oh, that's interesting. It means that it doesn't appeal to them one way or another.

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But just as a sense of good, good gesture and a good behavior, they're saying to you, it's interesting, that that might lead you to think that they're interested. But that's not what it means.

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So this is called an adverb is called an adverb of discussion, to say, Oh, that's interesting.

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offer the Islamic proposition.

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As preparation, now we're going to presentation.

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Always, always, always write your outline.

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Now for me,

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I've taken a little bit of step I've taken it a step further. For me when I give a lecture, I always, always, always I write the whole lecture. So somebody might say, why is the shake reading?

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Why is he reading?

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I mean, Doesn't he know the subject?

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I mean, usually most people just talking like they're talking just talking. The shake know how to talk wasn't keep reading for

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While I prepare my lectures, I write them out word for word.

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De Lille for de Lille

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and deliver it to myself and do my best to time it.

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That's a courtesy

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to protection.

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It's more accurate,

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less regrets.

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Less apologies. And right after the lecture, you can give it right out, you can give it right out to the people, because it's exactly what you said.

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Now, that's time consuming. This, this, this lecture here, even though I had things prepared already, because I came to Australia, and I've never been here before, almost every lecture that I've done, I have rewritten it.

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That means delivering a lecture.

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That means preparing for a lecture,

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writing that lecture,

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deliver it to myself, delivering it to the public, going home, getting some sleep, and maybe that night, like tonight,

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having write it out, again, delivered that night, and then tomorrow again, but that's my work. That's my job.

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Now, if I had somebody that was a transcription specialists,

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it would make my job a lot easier, but I don't.

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But minimally write your outline.

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If you go and deliver a 20 minute talk to somebody,

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write five lines.

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Learn to wrap it all up in five statements, and then talk on each one of those five statements for 234 minutes at the most.

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You'd be surprised, you can take one item, and you can talk on that for two or three minutes. Pretty good. It's like if somebody asked you, what's your name? And what do you like? what's what's your, what's your career objectives? How long can you talk about that?

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Talk about long term because it's you. And everybody likes to talk about themselves.

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become your own audience, literally.

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If you go and deliver something, and you're already prepared,

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delivered to yourself first, because if you're not convinced, chances are nobody else will be.

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Now you might look a little stupid or strange or your children talking to yourself in the mirror, or in your room talking to yourself. Khalid, listen, you need to get your act together. What do you think about this? What do you think about this proposition? No, no, no, that doesn't even know that's not correct. Listen. Now, I listened to what you said. But that's not, you know, you got to play roles with yourself. Because you got to anticipate what other people are subject to say, on a particular topic that I'm going to present. I've already got 20 or 30 questions that's commonly asked on that subject. So when a person asks something tricky.

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Chances are I heard that tricky question before.

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I'm not gonna act like it's nothing.

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I might even scratch my head and say, well, we think about that.

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But I already got the answer, usually, because I've thought about that when I delivered that lecture to myself.

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Now, you might think that that's an oddity, you might think that's a little oddball kind of way of doing things. I said, become your own audience. Because you'll get a custom you'll get accustomed to hearing yourself as other people see and hear you.

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You'll also develop a certain amount of what they call persona.

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The ability to keep yourself composed, because you start to see yourself the way you really are. Get in front of a full length mirror or wide mirror and deliver your lecture to yourself and play a tape. So you can listen back to it. So when you say

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because those are one of my fault, but to me, it's for me, it's almost like I don't know it's in my DNA.

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It's the hardest thing for me to get rid of the

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Navy because when I was a child, it's just something that was dead. I've never got rid of it. But you learn to develop your delivery skills. You learn to develop the develop a sense of how people see you, and hear you by becoming your own audience. Time, your presentation.

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If somebody asks you to speak for 45 minutes,

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you know, if it goes over into 55 minutes to 60 minutes like it's okay.

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But if you ask to speak for 45 minutes and you constantly go into an hour and 15 minutes, shame on you

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because you're disrespecting the people's time

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and you take it for granted that that you so powerful and eloquent that people want to listen to you more than 45 minutes

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time your presentation

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adapt the tone to the subject matter.

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You know, Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran in Kenya my father had ego

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or he says in Johanna cannot middle salt, Lake tall he in

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LA v Nafisi tone, tone of the Koran changes, the tone of punishment. Ensuing punishment, if you read through to piano,

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you see if you if you read the soldier, soldier Wakiya.

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And then you read some other soldiers like sort of rough man, the tones different, totally different.

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So when you're talking to an audience, learn to depend upon what you're speaking about. Change the tone.

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Sometimes in the course, of giving power to people, at the end, when I do what I call my psychological wrap up. It doesn't always work

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and doing what I call the psychological wrap up. I go over certain things that I've said and I say and you understood that. We all agree with that. That's clear. That's definitely that's evident. We all got that point. Now what we all should do, we should stand up for what we really believe stand up right now. Stand up

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in gender engender when those 43 people took Shahada as the first time I did that,

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I didn't even mean to do it. I was just it just came out like that. And they all stood up 43 out of 47

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almost fell out the chair.

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But you know, in English, we call it playing it off. I played it off.

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Like this had happened many times before they still all stood up.

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And I told them all to say la ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah and they did

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when 219 people took Shahada in the downstairs inside the church.

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They did all say light. I had a llama Humberto Sula, like that. I didn't say say after me, I said to a lion.

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It wasn't like that. But netqin Shahada, and we're gonna talk about that a little bit. There's, there's three levels of the Shahada.

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This is what I call the preliminary Shahada because I can almost get anybody to do almost right now. Bring up bring somebody who has a non Muslim, if they believe in God, and they believe in Prophethood, I can almost get the preliminary Shahada out of them in 10 minutes.

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There's a way because it's already in them.

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There is a second level Shahada where they don't say the Arabic is just that they have you explained to them what the law means they say, Oh, yeah, no, but I can I can I experience a proposition?

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If I was to say to us, so and so and this and that and so and so would you agree with that and say, Yes, okay. And if I was to say to you that Jesus Christ prophesied Mohammed, and that Mohammed saw him confirmed Jesus Christ, and that both of their lives complemented interlock with each other would you say both of them was prophecy? Yes. Was it whatever done

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they already in the boat, all we gotta do push them off.

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So I use little techniques like that to lock them in. Just lock them in and push them off.

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And those one at 19 people did say.

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They did say there's none to be worship except the Creator. After dinner after we denied the issue of shirk. They did say that Mohammed is a messenger of Allah. They didn't say the last final.

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Because they don't know that they ain't got all evidence of that. But I want at least get them to know that he is a messenger of Allah. Right? Well, they did say that.

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And before they did that, they all agreed to the autocannon. Amen.

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This is what I call the is what I call the second stage Shahada.

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The other thing is we need to remove from the people. The feeling of going through a ritual because people do not

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People are suspecting apprehensive of going through rituals.

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They think maybe, you know, take Shahada

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we got a pool back there something

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they say the Muslim government will do they think they will do is like dipping into water something you're gonna teach you how to you got room to go in and take the clothes off going in and be dipped, come out and put on a commission or something they don't know. They don't know, they really don't know. So they're apprehensive when you say you won't take your Shahada. They say, I don't think I'm ready for that.

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Because they're thinking it's a ritual and Muslims present it as a ritual.

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Well, I want to take you to the mosque and the mom is gonna give you the Shahada. I don't know what that means. But the mom will give him

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what he had to come to the Mars, why they gotta come to the mosque to the mom, for them to agree to something that you have explained to them.

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As like a man is in the street, he's hungry. You got enough money to give to him to go get something to eat and you say, Well, I need to take you to the mass of the mom can give this to you.

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There is no ritual

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on the spot Shahada on the bus stop

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on the job on the on the or at the lunch

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on the plane.

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Just all you gotta do is know how to navigate and bring it right down in there. Damn.

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I missed the plane one day a plane took a long time come you could like a delay in Atlanta airport. Everybody's on the floor. You know how delay goes there all night, right? snowed in or the planes can fly too much rain. Everybody got an attitude. People need to take a bath to kids run all around the place. And all of a sudden, everybody that's on that plane starts to get familiar with each other now, right? Because everybody's there for six 810 12 hours. So Nelson.

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And Ed got this little bad kid.

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So I'm trying to make some chicken cups. So let me you know this and that. Don't do that.

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So after I finished mega Scylla she asked me, oh,

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my son wants to know why he was putting your head on the ground.

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So okay, okay, bring him over here. Let me talk to him.

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So I started showing him this a lot. He making this a lot like me.

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Then his mother called he runs over to his mother say, Oh, see, he was pointing the finger. Goodness mean, this mean penetrating the devil. This and this mean this is praising God.

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So then we got in a conversation talking because then we're sitting there. I had made the migrant issue. So where they had a plane is not gonna leave them tonight. So I got to make fudger now they want to know is what do you got to do when it comes to when? When's the next prayer? So don't worry about it. It'd be assumed.

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So I'm talking make a long story short.

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No, Nelson and Ed, by the time we got on the plane, they had the out of Canada slam out of Canada, Amanda had the whole thing to tell he'd rissalah

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we got on the plane. Now we get on a plane. You know, the first thing they want to do is serve drinks.

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Because the whole thing about the drinks is that the capitalist is really afraid.

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But they take a drink, they can like chill out, you know, everybody gets to converse and all of a sudden like philosophical you know, if you two drinks everybody philosophize. And they don't get all relaxed. They forget they in the app.

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I'm sitting next to Nelson idioms on the window.

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Someone who drinks come out open up the Koran, started reciting Khattab. So that's like, I'm putting up putting up a barrier. I call that putting up a barrier. Um, I got the Quran right there. At the window. Nelson is right down. The lady come up with the drinks. She says to me, What are you drinking syrup or nothing at all. Thank you very much. And I keep reading like this. So they she said, What are you drinking and so it is down. Nelson.

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So Nelson says, Kelly, he says Kelly they like Kelly. They don't say call it say hey, Colleen, do you mind if we have a drink?

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I certainly do. I mean, we just got finished talking about that Nelson.

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Okay, okay. No, nevermind. I won't have a Pepsi.

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subpanel Ah, see, now what I did. I blocked him. I didn't I blocked him just psychologically

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Now we're flying from New York to California. So how many hours is that?

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Four or five hours.

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So we get to talk now they're not drinking everybody else drinking I, you know, they scared. So I asked me what I'm reading I'm reading so to walk here.

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To make a long story short time we got to California, we got to LA Nelson took his Shahada.

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And Nelson said that he's thinks that as long as Ed don't think that she got to put on the whole thing and cover up, she gonna be okay, too.

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I talked to Nelson fairly regularly, Nelson is a sales sales executive for IBM.

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Nelson is still Muslim.

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And this just goes to show you that you never can tell. You never can tell lodge deal with people as human beings.

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I got a lot of stories like that.

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Stay in touch and obtaining consensus as you proceed. This is what I was telling you before. When you're talking to your audience, always try to back up and find out where are they? Are they following you? You know, ask him, Are you with me? Let's go. Let's keep going.

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Obtaining consensus because what you're doing is, you're going forward, you're backing up, you're going forward, you're backing up and you're saying to them, okay, now we've covered that point, everybody agrees because nobody got no problems, right? Or let's go move. Let's move forward.

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So you're staying in touch, and you obtain consensus as you proceed.

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Now we're going into what's called penetration because it's the whole deal. The whole deal, even as no marriage, the prophet SAW, Selim said, there's no marriage. until there's kneecap Did he say that? You can go you can have the contract.

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You can buy the house, you can have the contract, you can agree, you can have a wedding ceremony. But if there's no enjoyment

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for ourselves, instead, there's no marriage is that correct? So in what we do,

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the whole setup, the preparation, the presentation, the whole setup is to do what

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is to penetrate, are we trying to penetrate hearts and minds, that's it. hearts and minds, we don't care. That's all we're looking for hearts and minds. Make a direct and tactful challenge somewhere along the way.

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You've got to take the offensive.

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Now, in the first part of a conversation, I do a little dodging, you know, do a little slide not the way do a little back shuffle. You know, I take a little low profile, negative here I'm subordinating, make it easy. But once I got them lined up, that's it.

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Once I got them lined up, walk out a couple of rounds with them and see what it is check them out a little bit, set them up, I'm knocking them out. That's it.

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Now that's the technique. Now the technique is to do it clean.

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Without any anger without any embarrassment without any insult clean. When it opens up, you got it all set up, make a direct attack for challenge ask them so let me ask you this question.

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You manage on your job?

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Because he's talking to us about he don't believe in God, he don't see why they got to be God while we can't be good people and blah, blah, blah, did that. Alright.

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So what do you do? Say? Well, I'm a systems analyst, oh, your systems analysts. So that may you evaluate and troubleshoot systems Oh. So now, how do you evaluate them and troubleshoot them and to let you know about them?

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Or you know about them. So that means you even you develop systems, manage systems, you got other people under you, you got any subordinates, or you do.

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So after I talk like this a little bit now I'm talking to him and what I call micro talk. I'm gonna take a macro in a minute.

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So let me ask you this question.

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Did you ever think about this world, the universe, how massive it is? how diverse it is? Don't you think somebody designed that system? Don't you think someone manages that system? Well, let me ask you, who do you think that is?

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He doesn't have an answer.

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Not one that he wants to say. Anyway.

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That's a challenge.

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Use the command voice make eye contact.

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Whenever there's something that ally has ordered us to do, what? How should we say it to the human beings?

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Same way a loss at a loss upon God says

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I was a bit late in ministry time.

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Yeah, Benny Adam, taboo. shaytaan in Yahoo local ado, we'll move in Ronnie dooney had a Serato must appeal how's the Lord talking in this ayah

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in the in the grammar it's called what?

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Yeah, boo Julie is what

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right is the is the verb of command.

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phylum, under who La ilaha illallah wa structuralism dica ikura. This neuropsychology, holla what what is that?

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As the command so use the command voice, and when you're talking to people use eye contact, of course, for brothers. If you're talking to a sister don't use eye contact.

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Sisters talking to men don't use eye contact, the eye contact is to do what is to intensify the communication and to carry the message you're doing like a laser straight out. You're talking to an audience from time to time locked into that person locked into that person locked into that person after a while it almost seemed like everybody think you're talking to them. Have you ever been to a lecture seems like somebody's talking about something like he's talking to you.

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That's just the mind playing tricks on you.

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rehearse your theme over and over what's our theme?

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Our theme is to is to is to recognize and worship and submit ourselves to Allah subhana wa tada

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to discover,

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to follow and to obey the messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam.

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To read, to reflect

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and to obey the dictates of the Quran. That's our theme.

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So you got to put that theme in different ways and rehearse your theme over and over, summarize and conclude your argument. After you talk for half an hour, summarize it in five minutes.

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Make your appeal and make your invitation.

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Make it an appeal.

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Not an ultimatum.

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Usually, if you give people an ultimatum, and there's a way out, what do you think they do? They always take the way out.

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As soon as the free world I'll tell me what to do.

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offer the Islamic proposition.

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Okay, now this is the good part here.

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This is the chart

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of assessment

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or the assessment chart, we can call it a scholar.

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I don't know whether it was Imam causada in his area or Luma. Dean, or whether it was

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in Khaldoon in his keytab a bar or his mocha Dima

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said that all human beings whomsoever they are, whatsoever they are, can be put into eight categories.

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So when we meet people, we don't have to deal with their ethnicity or their gender,

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we will have to deal with their background.

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They just deal with them as a human being.

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And then there are different kinds of human beings.

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And here, I put those eight different kinds of human beings. They're not exactly the way mmm Casali laid it out or even khaldoun. But I use it as a basis. And as a student of sociology,

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studying communities and societies and their characteristics and their behavior and also studying human behavior and human psychology.

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I'm using this chart here to make an assessment of human beings. Now, let's start from the right the blue were all of us inshallah. Well, we all are

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practicing Muslims.

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Now I'm practicing Muslims are either

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They're either optimal. Excellent, very good, good, moderate, fair or weak.

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Practicing Muslims. Now what is a optimal practicing Muslim?

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That's your loss upon Allah says, Yeah, you heard of Dean Ave de la Weill Cornell. Masada pain

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Who saw the creme

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de la Hepburn? masini who is the most inane? Who is a sadiki these the best people

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in the LA Vina amanu Rami no saw the hottie Ooh La eco home, Hyrule Berea now among the hiral, Berea you have the masini inside their team, best of the people who are they they are from the odema and the fuqaha. Because what did Allah subhanaw taala also say,

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very vary the best.

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In the actual arm in a bad Hill olema.

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Valley, those who fear Allah Most from his servants are

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those who know him, Allah Allah.

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So the optimal practicing Muslims are the owner map fuqaha students of knowledge, the solder pin masini, many

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These are the people that form the foundation for us as Muslims. So that's why they are number seven, they are a seven.

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Now after a while, when you get good at using this chart, you will meet a human being and in three minutes, you know whether they are A, B, C, D, E, F, G H,

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in three minutes, and you will also know what level they are in in the category you put them in

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three minutes as what I call the three minute evaluation.

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Because I want to know who I'm talking to in the first three minutes doesn't matter who I talked to, like that guy that limited the other day we were here. And a guy with a guy was downstairs. He was kind of like talking a little incoherent. dysfunctional. Who was here brothers, no. Yeah.

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We have to be able to evaluate human beings. And we have to be able to do it quickly. Because if you're a day, you're just not a just a general Muslim. You're not just to know you're a general practitioner.

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You have to know what you're doing. You have to know if you see somebody breathing real fast bleeding through the nose, or gritting their teeth or whatever it is and then laying out on the sidewalk, you have to know that they might be what

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epileptic might be having some kind of seizure, or it might have been smoking some crack on a number of things could be happening, oh, they could have had what

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they could have had a heart attack.

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You know, number of things could have happened. But if you're a doctor, you know what signs look for, right?

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As the day when you talk to someone and the first three minutes, this is going to help you out.

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Excellent Muslim Student of knowledge. Maybe they're not a scholar, but a student of knowledge who sits with scholars. A very strict Muslim, a good Muslim, very careful Muslim,

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Ducky, personal fears Allah subhanho wa Taala personal you can feel their countenance when you're in their presence, a knowledgeable person,

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a person whom you trust, your family, your affairs, your personal, your personal matters in their hands to guide you.

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Then you have a very good Muslim, and you have a good Muslim.

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You have a moderate Muslim, you have a fair Muslim, you have a weak Muslim, a weak practicing Muslim. Now, let's see if we can define that a week, practicing Muslim. So this is a Muslim that

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generally they pray five times a day, they might pray them all at one time.

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You know that because you got some weak practicing Muslims that they go to work and when they come home, they just make all this slide all at one time.

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Now that's obviously

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that's obviously very weak.

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But they're getting it in as between them and Allah subhanaw taala. You can't say don't count. Now you can't say don't count, because there's other Muslims. They're working all day long and get none in.

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But this is a week, but it's based on weak knowledge

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or is based upon weak faith.

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But they're still a practicing Muslim.

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A prac a weak practicing Muslim is a person who

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they come to Juma. They come to the aid press. They are decent Muslims.

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They pray five times a day, but they don't do no reading.

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They don't practice the sooner.

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They don't understand when you say I can, they don't really understand the halal and haram. They just may be like a traditional Muslim.

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That's like a weak, fair Muslim. But still, this is a practicing Muslim.

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And you'll see in the wheel of disposition that we're going to talk about a little bit later on, that still a week is better for you to be in a company of a week practicing Muslim than a marginal Muslim.

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Because still, we're weak practicing Muslim that week practicing Muslim can do what, through your, if you're better in your practice than them, they can do what they can become stronger. And chances are you will not become weaker.

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But Let's now move over to the next line of Muslims. You get the marginal Muslims. Now what is a optimal marginal Muslim? Now an optimal Muslim Muslim is a Muslim that doesn't pray five times a day.

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They might just come to the press, and Juma.

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They might fast in the month of Ramadan.

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They might pay there's a cat.

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But you you wouldn't even know that they're a Muslim at all. If you go to their house, you don't know he's a Muslim. If you see him on a job you don't know as a Muslim and College School University, you don't have there's no evidence they're Muslim. They don't recite code and they don't say subtle illallah wa Salaam. They don't know nothing about Hadees but they're basically a decent person.

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And they're Muslim. And you say to them, salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah. They say hello.

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Hello, how you doing?

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So, but they're a decent person.

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And when you talk when you say code, and you say the Hadith, or you say the prophet SAW last name, then you remind them they'll say it and they'll say yeah, you're right brother. You know, you're right. You know, I'm really not I'm really not practicing Islam, but you write everything they don't give up no defense, this is called a marginal, optimal marginal Muslim, because what by your company, by your advice, they can easily slide right over into what

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a one or a two

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she they can slip right into a one a two

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by your company they can slide from B seven

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right into a one a two, because this this year, this year, the Muslim scale goes up and down. profit loss him said he man what rises and falls Did they say that?

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c today you could be today you could be a very good Muslim.

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And some calamities or situations happen to you, your wife leave you or your husband left you or your child died or you lost your job. You get spaced out you don't come to the masjid or whatever, in the next couple of months. You wind up a two

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you keep fooling around you wind up a one

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you keep on fooling around you wind up B seven B six B five

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this how it happens? Because this is the scale it goes up and down.

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So what is a B one

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now this is an alcohol drinking

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foreigner Kaden barhopping.

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Drove sellin nuts Don't laugh because some of you brothers know what I'm talking about none there's not like we haven't been there

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this is a this is a criminal facet. deviant rebellious

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want to make money in a kind of way

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want to forget about al Qaeda Mashallah whatever is gonna happen gonna happen anyway. You heard it all.

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This is a wow Muslim. This is like he out here all the way. He's Muslim. You can't call him a cafo

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he don't pray, doesn't pray. She doesn't pray.

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You know, she went john ash where she got a PLM on

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but she Muslim.

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So don't talk bad about this. She must have noticed a capital S is she capital? She no Muslim? No, she's a Muslim. If she said to you, I'm Muslim. What is she? She's a Muslim. You talk to the sister for a few minutes.

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Don't mean she went like that did you sit stand in front and talk to her but you know I'm saying if you had to talk give us some advice or whatever and be have good manners good behavior. You may find out maybe she's not the one maybe she kind of like B four B five she just don't know she misguided if you get around some sisters who have some sense I'm telling my not sisters who don't have sense because you got some sisters who are so self righteous that they might zoom the sister back up to one

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now if you find some understanding sisters that are wise know how to receive that system. She's a nice you might find that sister coming from B three down to B six B seven next thing you notice is in the master put a little scarf on her head maybe she didn't put it on around itself yet but she got a little scarf on and so because the staff law says you can't come into moss that you don't set the system back out

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no use wisdom because that system may wind up be 18182 and you don't know two years from now she made a good brother get married she made a she made a five brother and that's just the winds up six months later man she aiful

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it happens I've seen it happen.

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So you got from B one to B seven that means the worst of the marginal Muslims be one

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to the most optimal marginal Muslim.

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Now then you got See, these are the non Muslims claiming to be Muslims. Now I'm not gonna use terms I'm not gonna use titles. I'm just gonna tell you brothers that you have to study the issues of Akita

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because there are Muslims. I mean, there are Kaffirs

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who act like Muslims, men and they do almost everything Muslims do. But somewhere in there, they deny a loss of rights

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or they deny the distinction of the Prophet so a lot of a salon

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or they deny the right of the court an on them or they deny the right of the Sunnah on them. They say, I don't use no Hadees

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now when a person says to you, I don't use no Hadees only thing I followed was the Quran that's it that's a capital call themselves a Muslim.

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That's a Kaffir calling themselves a Muslim they that they do everything Muslims do.

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Because the law said while my attack or materasso for hoodoo woman, a hacker man, Fanta, who I mean so many is whoever disobeys me disobeys a lot whoever obeys me, obeys Allah. We could just go on and on and on. And then you would also ask the person what if you don't fall into this? Well how do you pray?

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I mean because the Quran and don't say tech via ruku

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Samia love living hamidah don't say that Nicole and modified How do you make your stem job? That's not a new quarter end.

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And the whole woohoo is not in the Quran.

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Somebody many?

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How do you? How do you place a cat? That's not in the Quran. The way of paying Zakat is not dead.

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How do you fast in the month of Ramadan? That's not there?

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How do you perform Hodge? That's not that? So I mean, if you don't know how to do the things a lot ordered you to do, how do you do it?

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They make their own ways to do it.

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If they reject the certain of the prophets, a lot of us in them. So we have a lot of different people who call themselves Muslims. And

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I don't want to entertain conversation about these different groups, but we will talk about them a little bit later on.

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Some of them are very close to being Muslim that they're what they see seven, right? See seven. That mean they do everything Muslims do. They even have the behavior of a Muslim. They have even studied Islam, even they're very convincing. And they even look nice, big beard everything.

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But there's some violation that they have made the issues of the key to that put them outside.

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Now we're not the ones to make that judgment to hokum comes from whom

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a lot has messaged us a lot of a salon. But when the hook has been made and they fit in that category, that's what they are.

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But if you are patient, and wise and prudent and tolerant, you can cause a person that's in that sea level there to slide right over. They can slide right from fall, they can slide right from sea fall.

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right into the info I mean into the before they can slide right across because it's an issue of Akita isn't it is not an issue of behavior

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is the issue of aqeedah. So, they get the Akita right, what happens they slide right over from that four c four right over to a fall.

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Okay, do I point here? Oh, okay. Okay, here we go, okay.

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A one

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a seven,

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B one, B seven, there c four right there, they can slide right from here because the issue is aqeedah.

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The issue is aqeedah. And sometimes Akita and knowledge not necessarily behavior. There we got generally the behavior already, they can slide with the right Akita, with the right company, they can correct this themselves and move straight over here.

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Because they got good behavior, and generally they are sincere, or they got these corrected, is that right or wrong?

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When you got Okay, let's move over to the next one. Fundamental Christians and Jews, they are

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now who are fundamental Christians and Jews. We're going to talk about that a little bit later on. So I'm not going to get into all the definition of who they are fundamental Christians and Jews, because there are other Christians and Jews, you have to know that this distinction between the fundamental Christians and Jews and the others. There are other Christians and Jews, they are not fundamentalists.

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They have branched off and went into a whole different direction, which is that which they are considered as heretics among the Christians.

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For instance, the other Christians, Jehovah Witness, Seventh Day Adventists,

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the Mormons, the moonies,

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all these other Christians,

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the militia men, the the Nazis, the arian, baldies, whatever they call themselves skinheads.

00:52:23 --> 00:52:28

The Nazis What do you call in this country? I don't know. It's called you got

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00:52:31 --> 00:52:34

know, they call it an American market a kkk? What do they hear?

00:52:36 --> 00:52:43

One Nation party? Okay. All right. and Great Britain, as they call them, they call the National Party.

00:52:44 --> 00:53:31

Yeah, okay. So anyway, you have fundamental Christians and Jews. And while they fundamentals, they're fundamental because they adhere to, or at least they espouse, or at least they address or attach themselves to the fundamental beliefs of Christians. Okay. Then you got other Christians who are outside of those fundamentals, they have created some totally different beliefs, but they are using the name of Jesus Christ, are they using the Bible, or they have rewritten it, or they got a new Prophet, or they got a whole new different way like the moonies Unification Church? Now, you also must keep this in mind that some of the other Christians happened to be more powerful today

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than the fundamental Christians.

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There was powerful other Christians in the world today who do you know who they are?

00:53:39 --> 00:53:40

The moments,

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the moments, they don't call themselves Mormons directly to the to the public. They call themselves

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church or Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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They are the most sophisticated,

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most financially powerful Christian organization in the world.

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And then you got another group called the Unification Church. Do you know who they are?

00:54:13 --> 00:54:14

Those are the moonies.

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The followers of Reverend Sun Myung Moon. They say he's the cosmic Christ.

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That is Christ in the form of cosmic energy.

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So he's present in the world everywhere. And he sends a representative at certain times and Reverend Sun Myung Moon is that representative today?

00:54:40 --> 00:54:51

Big Brothers. I mean, I'm telling you, honestly, they have their own rationale. They have written they've written their own books. They got fantastic cathedrals, colleges, universities. I mean, it's like

00:54:53 --> 00:54:59

it's no joke. You can laugh at them. But they have outstripped the Muslims in

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Tao in education and organization, they have outstripped us, not in the Quran, not in the sources.

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Not in our scholarship, not in our system of prayer, not in our iba, but in other avenues. So I only mentioned these things to you because even though you can look at people and say they have this or that, you have the you have the wrong people sometimes doing the right things. And then sometimes you got the right people doing what the wrong things, the wise person knows the difference between the two, and takes the best of both.

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Then we have atheists and communists.

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Now, atheists and communists, they are different have different classes. Now, I want to move back for a little bit back here to the non Muslims, from C all the way over here to H. Now you will notice that over here I had weak fair, moderate Good, very good, excellent, optimal, right? That only applies for the Muslims.

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But now over here on the right side, I got Association, entry, active principle, routed major criminal conspiratorial, that applies for everything from C over to H.

00:56:27 --> 00:56:39

That means that a person who is a fundamental Christian, a person who is a non Muslim claiming to be a Muslim, and they are see one. Now what do you think that means they're involved in that only by association,

00:56:40 --> 00:56:45

they don't necessarily believe whatever it is, they just got some friends who's in that

00:56:47 --> 00:56:55

somebody in the family who's in that somehow somebody noticing that they just read a book that's in that. So they just ended what level

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associative level. Then you get somebody who's in the entry level, or entry level, fundamental Christian, as a person that what they go to church every Sunday,

00:57:07 --> 00:57:08

they read the Bible.

00:57:09 --> 00:57:51

They say I'm a Christian. They understand the basic tenets of Christianity, but they only entry level, then you got active. So you got to other Christian active, active means. They don't just go to church every Sunday. Now, they might go to church every day. They might also go to Sunday school, Bible school, they might be involved in church activities. They might also be being trained to do download, they are very active, they got their family, their wife, their son, the daughter, other things activities, that they might be an usher in the church or something else they are involved, different level principle. What's the principle? A principle let's say among the atheist or the

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communists was the principle a principle is like an organizer.

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could be it could be a could be a Reverend.

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Could be a minister could be a teacher could be an organizer, a committee person, but what are they they are principle they are propagating. Now when it comes to Hindus, Buddhists, same thing when it comes to headedness, Satanists, criminals as a special area, I'm going to leave that for less. Because it's the more I put that red because that's what they are.

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That's Hellfire, that this right all this.

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See, and this one is no Hellfire, too. So it's a mixture of blue and red.

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this this year, we believe that for less, but the people who are associates entry active, you have an opportunity to engage them in some conversation and flip them around. But once they become a principal,

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don't you think that you're gonna invite some principal

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person who's a minister and the Nation of Islam, don't think he's just gonna meet them in the street and flip them out.

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Don't think you're gonna meet a behind Alma de qadiani.

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Don't think you're gonna just meet one of these people flip them around. You're not gonna flip flip Murphy's principle. If he's rooted.

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That means he's been that like 1015 years, deep rooted. If he's a major criminal, he understands Islam maybe better than you from an academic point of view. He has studied Islam, he has studied Muslims, and he has taken a criminal position regarding Islam and Muslims.

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These are people that have lost upon what he

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calls them faceting their facet in their religion, not just fasting Muslim, but fasting in their own religion, criminals. Then you got conspirators. These are people that conspired to cause harm to Muslims. They want to see Islam eradicated.

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From the earth.

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So dealing with a conspiratorial, or major criminal or a root in any one of these categories right here, there's a different disposition that you have to take. And you have to know who they are. You have to evaluate them from the verb begin if a person tells you when you meet him, that he's a Buddhist priest.

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That doesn't mean that he's that he's a he's a karate expert

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does mean that it means that you're not going to just easily turn that person around. You've got to come at this person a little bit differently. Gotta have some different tactics. Okay, let's move over here to the to the headedness to Satan as to criminals now who are the head of this who knows what ahead and this is?

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headedness means those people who only see a reality and pleasure,

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Whatever appeals to their senses.

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Tastes taste, touch, smell, feel, see.

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appetite. They want to eat all they want to eat. They want to say * with whoever they want to have * with whenever whoever however

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they want. They want to own everything.

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They want to own everything. They want to have everything. They want to touch everything they want your wife, their wives, no wife, anything.

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headedness. These are the people who are the pleasure seekers.

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They are the people who are engaged in in the

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way a person is addicted. Let's say when a person is an addict to drinking or drugs. They have become an headedness.

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Because they got involved in that from what how the person get involved in drinking.

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seeking pleasure. What right is trying to get high? how a person gets strung out on drugs. How does one become a prostitute? How does the man become a john?

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You call him a john here or trick,

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john. Okay, so all these all these things come about through the people losing their morals, through seeking pleasure. Then once they get into something, they got money, when you find the athletes and movie stars and the wealthy people, what kind of lifestyle do they live?

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the lifestyle of the rich and famous, they live like animals.

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There's some of the worst of people. The more money a person gets, usually usually the less chance that they have

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unless Allah blesses them.

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For law blesses a person who has a lot of money to feel law, to pray to be Muslim. This is a special gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala because most human beings if they compliment it too much, if they got too much in Santa Clara de

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la Canute.

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Man forgets he's ungrateful. So the head and just the satanist and who want to say to this?

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The Satanists are the people who themselves are committed to immorality.

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Whatever law ordered them to do, they do just the opposite.

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They will do such crimes that you cannot even imagine stuff that you read about in horror stories or seeing horror stories, but a real you know, like the guy who was capturing all the dead bodies, having * with the bodies and then taking the bodies and balling the body's drinking, drinking the liquid from the bodies and then cutting the bodies up and putting tomato sauce on them and eating the bodies. Who was that guy? dama crazy.

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Yet when he was convicted, his mother said Oh, my little baby.

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Show you the love of a mother. You don't say the love of mother that was still her little baby boy.

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The Satanists

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now some of the people who are satanist believe it. They actually believe that shaytaan

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is for them. A Wali.

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They want to drink blood.

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They want fresh blood, because that's part of the sacrifice they do for shaytaan. Now this new heavy metal music that they got out here.

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Most of this rock stuff that's out here

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as the satanic people

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Oh, those mountain Mason was there.

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The girl was the name,

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shaytaan worship all of them. I mean, I'm not just talking about how she looks, I'm talking about the people who themselves into the oath and APAC was shaytaan. And they are using their art for shaytaan.

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They are playing music, that if you hear it played frontwards it sounds like music. But if you play the same music, the track backwards, they call the non shaytaan.

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Okay, then you got the criminals, these the people who go about the earth with no fear of loss upon data, no fear for nobody else, they just want to own they want to manipulate they want to control, they do mass murder, they can they can conspire. They configure, they do everything. Let me give you an instance. So that you might know the AIDS virus, the AIDS virus, and this will give you a lesson, the AIDS virus

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was created in a military installation in America

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backed by the sanction of the United Nations,

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and 63,000 gallons of it was produced in 1971.

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And it was decided that the greatest threat on the earth to modern civilization was What 1971? Who knows.

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No, it was overpopulation.

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The greatest threat to modern civilization was overpopulation.

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So they had to come up with an acceptable means of doing what?

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killing off human beings.

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One way was zero population, that was one thing they use. So in China, what did they do?

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One child, per family and after that, if you had to what would they do sterilized you? Right. The other thing is that when you get 65, you have no use anymore, it puts you to sleep.

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Now, you mentioned some human beings is like that. Now, then,

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in India and China, they adopted the zero population that was the mass, mass sterilization, mass birth control. They use this in India and also in China.

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Now in Africa, because they couldn't regulate the people by government the same. They chose Africa

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for the virus.

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So what they did, they did two things.

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And they use these little rosy cheeked, innocent old people. You know, you would think that they are the most harmless people in the world. These little people that are what do you call these religious workers?

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What do you call them? missionaries, nice name for them.

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they give out lollipops and medicine and clothing and sing songs and everything to the people and they also help to administrate vaccines.

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And they went to Africa, vaccinating the people against yellow fever, malaria, whooping cough, diphtheria, and they put the AIDS virus in with that vaccine.

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But they also did another preliminary excursion, they went into the jungles and inoculated monkeys with the vaccine. So they would be able to say that the people caught the virus from Red from green monkeys.

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But it was the United Nations in collaboration with the missionary organizations that spread the vaccine in Africa.

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And because the vaccine broke down the

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the immune system

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and because of the fact that they also created working situations for the miners working in the mines and other places, moving from one place to another, what did they create, they created a social environment for those men to be having * with different women, right.

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So they were already injected with the with the with the virus. And so their sexual habits only did what helped to spread.

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But they themselves was injected. It wasn't because of the sexual habits, but the world thinks now that the reason that Africans at the rate of 46,000

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A month are dying from AIDS. They think it's because of their sexual habits. Now what kind of people do you think it is that could do something like that to people that over a period of the last 10 years how many people you think in Africa has died from AIDS virus? Anybody got gotta figure?

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While I give you a figure, which it was to make it a little bit more blatant for you,

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no more blatant for you.

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How about 39 million?

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How about 39 million

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in the last 10 years

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39 million at that rate in the next 10 years, the United Nations the developed countries can simply go into Africa and take the whole continent.

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Now is that conspiracy or is it conspiracy

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Okay, now this this that sounded our lesson

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no history lesson socialism anyway the headedness the satanist and the criminals These are the people now regarding these people here, keep this in mind some people are only involved in these these things here associative entry active principle rooted major criminal conspirator

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let's go to the next one.

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Now this is called the wheel of disposition and now you've probably seen it brothers crazy

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the wheel of disposition

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now keep the colors in mind from the previous page you don't have it in your thing that because we just simply couldn't afford to give you full color but you'll get a disc inshallah the same presentation I'm doing here now of course in the middle of our wheel What do we have there?

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The middle of the wheel is the best people

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so we always want to migrate towards where to the middle of the wheel

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that's called a hub

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that's where you can get the best safety

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then around the middle of the wheel you got the

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the middle of the wheel is what

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the active Muslims and you got around them what

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the marginal Muslims then you got around them what

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okay then you got around them what fundamental Christians and around them what

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moderate other Christians then you got around them. atheist then what?

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Then what? That's right. Okay. So now

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you take different postures and dealing with these different people in the middle here What's our posture we take towards these people.

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Integration cooperation and support

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that means when you meet a practicing Muslim you can feel at ease with them.

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You will integrate with them you make Taiwan to lasso

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right stand close to them be with them being a company seek them out. Okay, but when did you eat the marginal Muslim What do you got? Do you cooperate Muslim Muslim, but you also do what and you support them but you also do what you advise them.

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Okay, and with the

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the ones who the capitalists who claim to be Muslims, what do we do

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with the vision it with them? Visit means what? Stone? Careful?

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unyielding, uncompromising, but we also do what warn them and also what?

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Give them a C Ha.

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So naseeha, warning, vigilant. That's what we do with these here.

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Then the next is what

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fundamental questions right what do we deal with fundamental questions. We have dialogue with them. Now dialogue doesn't mean sitting in Christian churches, eating cake and cookies and tell them about the goodness of Islam and they're telling you about the goodness of Christianity. That's not dialogue?

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No, that's not dialogue because the prophet SAW Sam didn't do that. Allah subhanaw taala says, while humans did a Latina call taco the love of Wonder mela, whom be human and knew

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him Kevin Kelly Martin takuji Minh of why him and yaku Luna Khadija.

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So Allah told us what posture to take with them.

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While young did alladhina Carlos Taka de la wa do what was them one

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But we said how to warn them. Warning those mean blaming them hitting them over the head with the Koran or whatever shouting at them, but warning them means in your own way.

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Start out with. So you need to be careful about that.

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You have no right to say that you got no evidence for that. See, this is the issue that all the prophets came about. Even the Prophet Jesus delays and me came to tell you about that. This is not something you have any evidence for doing. And you did this the issue that you really need to be careful about you need to stop that. See, that's the way you start. Okay, so we do what warning

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And what else?

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Dialogue advice.

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Now, when we go around to the other Christians, what is it? Dialogue advice? One warning, but also what vigilant? You go into dialogue and advice but vigilant and warning. Why because those other Christians, they are not the ones the last spoke about. You will find those closest to the believers in love those who say that what we nosara that's not them. That's not them as these So with these over here, both of them are saying things about lovers they got no right. But one group they're not even using they not even using the book that a lot of sense at all.

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Then we got outside of them. What was after that?

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Buddhists? Oh, we got atheist. That's right. So the atheist, what do we do here?

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rational truths and advice is that right? And what else?

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vigilant and warning.

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Now while we give them rational proofs and advice to atheist Why?

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No, because rational arguments are more appealing to them.

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Instead of saying God, we say,

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the creative force,

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the source of life, the source of existence, instead of saying profits, we say extraordinary human beings.

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Extraordinary, exceptional human beings,

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exceptional human examples.

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Thorough saying yamo kiama, we say

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the end of all time,

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a time that an end, a period one time will cease.

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And there is a mathematical formula. There's a scientific theory that shows that the universe is expanding at such a rate that it's such at one point it has to explode. It has to collapse.

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It's called the expanding universe. Anybody heard that theory?

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So we can also instead of saying angels,

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we can say agents.

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Phenomenal agents? Are the angels, phenomenal agents?

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They are instead of saying sacred scriptures,

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we can say phenomenal communication from the source of creation to the human beings.

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say, Oh, we use this what they call we're using.

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We're using No, no, this, this, this terminology for it. We're using

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our thinking in a moment. Anyway, it's a matter of using terminologies that replace a terminology that a person is apprehensive about.

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So the doctor examines you and he finds that you have terminal cancer. He says to you.

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We have a significant problem.

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But we want to take some tests to be able to verify what it is. Does he say that you have terminal cancer by the way?

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He used the term it's it's associative terminology, associative terminology. It's a way of not saying exactly what something is, but using a term that the other person can tell it. They can deal with it. They can negotiate it

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but you're not compromising anything. All you're doing is you're making it what palatable is like if I want my child to take the medicine. First. I give them honey. I keep giving them honey

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So when they come back now, all during the day, I'm giving them money or candy. And then you can send me I put the medicine in with the honey and I give them that they don't even know it.

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They accept it.

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So it's associative terminology. Okay, then we move out to the Buddhists, Hindus, Taoists, Sikhs, so far wanting insulate. Now here, you got to insulate yourself, what is insulate?

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Protect yourself. Don't just go out there talking to these Buddhists and Hindus.

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Because they got some filthy habits about themselves some filthy habits, most of the Christians, they are pagans, but there's some other habits they have those that come from the indo Pak continent know,

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some hatred they have for Muslims as a little different than Christians.

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This is not about we're not talking about now, the culture of indo Pak people now. Because I know in India, when I went to India, there were times when, as a new Muslim, I couldn't tell who was Hindu and who was Muslim. There was some places I went to, I couldn't tell, like if I went to a place and whether it was just people's gathering, as a new Muslim, I couldn't tell I can tell now. But but because there's a place where the culture is almost the same, right? Is the correct brother.

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But there are some sentiments that some Hindus have about Muslims,

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that if they catch you by yourself,

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or if you get into a disagreement or an argument, they will just as soon as kill you as they would talk to you.

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So we have to know that in the field of dour there's times when you have to do what you may have to give the Dow but you also may need to do what insulate yourself. Now that doesn't always mean get ready to fight. It just means maybe you choose pick and choose where you go talk.

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How you stand the position you take.

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insulate yourself, okay, now in surely in dealing with the satanic, Hellenistic

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people, these criminal people, definitely,

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definitely always give down on your terms. The place, the time, the way that you want to do it, you pick and choose not them.

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Now, this is called the wheel of disposition. Now for everything that you've seen, whether it be the categories of the human beings, the assessment, and a wheel of disposition. This takes seven minutes. When I talk to a human being, let me see if I go back I go back this way, right? Yeah, wait a minute. Oh,

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go back. Okay, here we go.

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Oh, excuse me.

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I'm getting a little bit hazy myself here. Hold up. Yeah, right previous

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moment. You guys ain't got this thing hooked up. Right, brother?

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What's going on?

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Okay, page. What?

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Okay, I need it. I need it, man. Do this for me.

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30 minutes.

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We'll take first break me.

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Now, the next year, this one is good. That's good. Thank you. All right.

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What I was going to say to you, brothers and sisters, is that

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this screen and the next screen?

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Is that what I do go right there.

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Okay, these two screens this screen, he has three minutes. That means

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after you practice this year, and you you basically understand it, it'll take a little while for you to understand it. It's not really a rocket science. But it'll take a little while for you to understand it and put human beings into it. But once you do, you know if it's a Muslim or not, if it's not a Muslim, you know is from see over.

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In the in the manner in which you speak to that person the questions you ask them, you can determine in that first three minutes, who they are.

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And the first minute you can determine where they fit at and what one of the lines they fit, what's one of the columns they fit. And in the next two minutes, you can figure out which one of the levels

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Now this will have this position is the one that takes a little bit more time.

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What position that you take in regards to that person? What do you do with them with visitors with advice with support with cooperation.

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With warning,

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it's a little bit different. Because the dispositions are different, sometimes they cross over.

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So in the next seven minutes, I do what I call my wheel of disposition. So after 10 minutes, I basically categorize the person I did my disposition with them, I made my diagnosis, and then are moving on know these issues and prepare to be challenged.

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And what that basically means brothers and sisters, is that when you deal with these different groups, don't think

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that they're not going to challenge you.

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So if you want to get out here and you want to talk with them,

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you better know the issues.

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And I don't say go deep into the issues because you don't have to a swimmer does not have to swim in the ocean.

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You don't have to swim in the ocean, I don't.

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I like the pool.

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wagon, I swim over to the edge, or I can swim to the low water and stand up.

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And I'm a pretty good swimmer. But I just don't like the idea of sharks and all that kind of stuff. I don't want to be caught out there some great big like a shark catch me I know I can't deal with him.

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So the idea is to know the issue and also prepare to be challenged. How is that? basically know what it is that they what what are they? What are their approaches? What are their issues?

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Now we can't go into all of the issues of the christian fundamentalists, we cannot go into these issues. But what you can do is you can take this word christian fundamentalist, and you can look it up.

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Because there is a meaning to christian fundamentalists. Just like there's a meaning to muslim fundamentalists, isn't it? Now muslim fundamentalists not a terrorist, not a fanatic, but he's a person who is what?

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very firm on the fundamentals of Islam.

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That's what it basically means.

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very firm, he doesn't go far to the left. He didn't go far to the right. And he doesn't like innovation, but he wants to be upon what the fundamentals so all of us should be Muslim fundamentalist shouldn't be

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at all Christians shouldn't be fundamentalist if they were, it'd be sure easier for us to talk to them.

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These are some of the issues of the Christian fundamentalist. They say that Mohammed de la sin was taught by Christians and Jews, you have to answer that. They said, your book, The Quran is based on our book.

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So Mohammed, he was studying with the Christians and Jews before so that's that was first before the Quran. So now if you don't know you can't answer that question. Now what you're going to say?

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You might you might you might say to him, yeah, you're right. He did. He did talk to the Christians and Jews. That's correct. Now he got you there.

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The prophecy of sin was never taught by Christians and Jews.

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Mohammed's Lawson wrote or dictated the Quran.

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He never dictated the Quran. He didn't dictate it like from himself. Allah subhanaw taala says

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that Mohammed Salah slim, did not say anything from himself. But whatever he heard from Allah subhanaw taala from where he

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That's what he said

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was that was the

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young, young young

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woman a young, young young Chico Hawa. In Who are you, you have to

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see that Mohammed Salas, him either wrote, had somebody to write or dictated the Quran that he was the source of it. It's incorrect.

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You have to know the standard Christian dogmas, there are six of them.

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We'll go over them another time.

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Like the attunement like the sonship, like the crucifixion, like

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the Trinity, the sonship these all standard Christian dogmas, the divinity of Jesus Christ, these are all standard, no matter from one to the other the fundamental questions they believe, you got to be able to know this and be able to at least refute it.

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What is anthropomorphism? Who knows what that word means?

01:30:09 --> 01:30:12

Now, you need to know this word.

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anthropomorphism means the people who make a man into God.

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This is what the Christian religion is about, man, God. That's what the Hindus, they make animals into God. And Africa, they make animals, they got the animals, trees become God. But anthro means human being right.

01:30:40 --> 01:30:41


01:30:42 --> 01:31:32

polymorphous is the people that make men, human beings into God, that's the deck connection. Now you say that the person God is in the person, or the person is in God, or the person is God and is in three persons. It's all called anthropomorphism. Now, the people who were the most notorious in the anthropomorphic beliefs were the Greeks and the Romans. And that's why Christianity took that turn, because Paul gave it to the Greeks. And the Greeks and the Romans took the name of Jesus, and they put it upon their original faith, and so it became anthropomorphic. When you understand this, then you realize the whole basis of what they call today, Christianity, or what I refer to as as

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01:31:36 --> 01:31:43

You need to know about the cosmic Christians, who are they? These are the people who believe that Jesus Christ

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is in the atmosphere as an energy

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not as a person, but in the atmosphere as an energy. If you said to them, that he was raised up by law, he wouldn't respond to you, right? You right, he was raised up, and he's an atmosphere right now.

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See, they'll use what you say in order to substantiate what they believe that Jesus Christ is the energy in the atmosphere. And that energy can concentrate itself at every age into an individual. And so that person becomes as it were, what?

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The Christ of that age.

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Then you got to know about the evangelists who are the evangelists, these are the people who feel an obligation upon themselves to make everyone a Christian. Is that what the man asked me on the radio the other night?

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Ray Headley?

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Are you? Are you the Muslim? Are you the Muslim?

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Are you the Muslim? Yeah. Are you a Muslim?

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Yeah, you're a Muslim, Billy Graham.

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I was on radio, I was gonna say something else to him. But anyway.

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The evangelist, you have to know that evangelists feel an obligation upon themselves when they talk to you to bring you the price for you to eat the body of Christ and drink the blood of Christ and take the realization of Christ and share the sins of Christ and take the brutal life message of Christ in the whole world. That's what they are about. I mean, and they just like a record plan.

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They don't matter what you say to them, they got this record plan. That's it. It's like it says, like a cassette is in the neck.

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The moments, you need to know who they are, what distinguishes them from other Christians. Now, I don't say read deeply into any of these people, but at least have a paragraph where you understand who you're talking to. Who are these people?

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The Jehovah Witness, what's the difference between the Seventh Day Adventists who believe that, you know, on the seventh day God rested, you know, that's what they into. So the seventh on Saturday, they say Saturday yomo Sabbath? So they got the right days, yo cept they got that right.

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But what they doing and what they saying is wrong.

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They say on the seventh day God rested so they say the Christians is worshipping on the mainstream Christians worshipping on Sunday, they got the whole thing wrong, but it wasn't in the sun god who the Greeks was following they got that part right. Hmm. So they say Saturday is not Sunday, because they were the Jews.

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But they got their own breakdown of everything else. The Seventh Day Adventist. Okay, so you get then you got Jehovah's Witness you know about them. The other ones ride on the bikes around here, right?

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Mom is riding on the bikes. Oh, I see that the Jehovah Witness is still holding up to the knocking on the door and holding up the Watchtower. Okay, okay. Okay, now has cookies.

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Okay, then we need

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Now who are the christian right wing extremists? Who are they?

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The Christian right wing extremists those like the Nazis.

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The nationalists the Ku Klux Klan.

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Yeah. David Orlando. What is the old tree? What was his name?

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feel okay.

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Christian missionary activities and conspiracies. Now these these are the most dangerous of all of them but they appear to be

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the most innocent

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they're the ones is always smiling, helping.

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They bring in water building houses, medicine, schools, putting crosses in the lollipops.

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clothes. I mean, all women 70 years old 80 years old. You wonder what in the world in the middle of the jungles in Africa

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and they are committed.

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If you knew the amount of missionary activities that take place in the world at any given time you would be he would really be

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it would really like knock your socks off. That's what we say.

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You would really be surprised more than 150 Northern $146 billion a year spent on missionary activities can you imagine it? I was wondering that is

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and do you know where they target

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Asia Africa Middle East

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especially group who's assigned to Muslim countries not to make Muslims Christians they have found out that is very difficult to do that but all they want to do is modify the Muslims practice that's all

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I don't know brother

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guestimate anyway

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excuse me

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they're not growing

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they're not growing

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this is not an issue for them is not to grow the issue for them is to is to impede the growth of the Muslims and they don't mean impede their

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What do you call it their

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their numbers to impede their

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doing impede their practice?

01:37:47 --> 01:37:54

See they don't care if Muslims are breeding faster, more people becoming Muslims they just want to disarm them

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disarm them you see this what they want to do create wars create famine. I mean if you notice right now right now in Iraq the Red Cross and missionary groups are there

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ground zero there right there

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to do what as they start setting up the refugee camps in Amman and everywhere else who you think is there

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their frontline

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given out blankets and given out water and hugging the people in crime with them and everything.

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Okay, know the issues the secularists who are the secularists who knows what the word secularists means?

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secularists really mean secular means to separate,

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to make things distinct one from the other. That is to say that there's the world of God, and as the world of man, there's God's business and our business. There is religion, there's academia and don't mix the two. Those are the secularists, the secularist of those who believe that religion should have nothing whatsoever to do with government.

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An Arabic They called alamanni, Jean

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elmen, Albanian right.

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Now these secularists they're not just among the kaphas,

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the cafr, the Muslim intelligentsia,

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in government to places and the universities heading big organizations, the kofod train them, cultivate them and manipulate them to put them in place to do what to govern the affairs of the Muslims.

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The chief among the secularists of the dialectical materialist Now that means those

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Who have developed their own philosophy, their own ideology about materialism?

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What is the major dialectical materialist philosophy in the world today? Who knows?

01:40:14 --> 01:40:15

It's called capitalism.

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And capitalism uses a common terminology to fool people. What is that called?

01:40:24 --> 01:40:25


01:40:26 --> 01:40:36

So capitalism and democracy, democracy is not the religion, democracy is the guys they use the guys.

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But capitalism

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is the ideology itself. It's dialectical materialism. It's the same belief as the owner of the garden

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and sort of calf, you know, sort of calf, the owner of the two gardens, remember the dialogue there?

01:40:57 --> 01:41:11

Well, that was he was a dialectical materialist. And all the war, all the copper, all the all the opposition, all of the confrontation in the whole world is between faith

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and materialism.

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It can all be boiled down to faith, and materialism.

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Now you need to know this very well. The other is those the philosophies. These are the people who they don't believe in God, necessarily. They might believe in God, basically. But they don't believe in law of God.

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They develop all kinds of different philosophies. We don't see about them personalism

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personalism, humanism,

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altruism, pacifism,

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all kinds of different philosophies. Okay, you got the idealist and the moral is

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the humanists and the personal is. Now this is just this just terminologies that if you go to a dictionary, you can get this from a dictionary to see who they are. Now, if you can't get it from a dictionary, go on the website and you can get the definition of who they are. Just take a paragraph to understand who they are. So when you're talking to a person, you know the person you're talking to by a statement or conviction that he says,

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headedness, we spoke about them, the satanic worshippers

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the atheist and the agnostics, communists, socialists and Marxists. The capitalists, capitalists may say that they believe in religion, but it's only a guys.

01:42:43 --> 01:42:44

What they believe in is power.

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01:42:49 --> 01:42:50


01:42:51 --> 01:42:54

globalism. expansionism.

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That's the Zionist Zionism is a combination of

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the Jewish conspiratorial expansionism and capitalism, that's all it is. And that's why they work so well with the Americans.

01:43:13 --> 01:43:14

The imperialists,

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the imperialists of people who basically feel that they want to establish their belief as an empire throughout the earth. So this new world order, that's what it is

01:43:30 --> 01:43:31

deviant Muslim groups.

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Now on this, in this area here, this is a sensitive area, and it's a subjective area. So I'm going to be responsible for what I say.

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And you have to be responsible for what you understand. But from my research and the people that I have set within the proofs and evidence that I have, I take my position, but I'm responsible for what I say. You don't have to accept this position at all. It's up to you. The qadiani is

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deviant. I didn't say kaphas. Now,

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deviant. We went back to earlier that a Muslim could be deviant, but may not necessarily be what.

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Now, the qadiani is we know that they're Kaffirs. They're not just deviance. Why because

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they said that there was somebody who was a prophet after Mohammed Salah awesome so they

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they kept on cafa Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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And about other things that they believe we don't have to go no further because they care for Mohammed Salah.

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Now about the people who believe that the prophet SAW Sam come down and sit down on their member Mondays and Thursdays or, you know, or or that their shakes go up to the sit in the exalted assembly, or that it when they make Vicar that the Prophet Come and sit with them, so they got a chair for him.

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They're just devious. We're not gonna say they're kaphas then you have the Quranic

01:45:07 --> 01:45:17

the Quran is who are the Quran is the people who reject the sun. They don't call themselves called Auntie's is another name they use call themselves, but they basically they reject the Sunnah.

01:45:19 --> 01:45:20

The Nation of Islam.

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01:45:23 --> 01:45:24

Of course they are.

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They covered?

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Yes, they can for no doubt, no doubt they are covered.

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Anybody that rejects the son of the Prophet so a lot of them said that it's not necessarily follow Hades or Catherine's

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no doubt. Yes.

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Was it? Well, my attack

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I'll give you those delille maiden Sharma.

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The Nation of Islam. Now again, about the Nation of Islam. Let me tell you brothers and sisters this because you didn't live with them. I never was a part of them, but I lived in a society with them. And I know them very well. And I even have, I could even go a little further than that, to share a personal experience with you. I won't do it on camera. But I'll share a personal experience with you. So we can't say that all of them are Cafritz.

01:46:25 --> 01:46:28

No, I said that we cannot say that all of them

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because some of them are belong to this group. But they go to the Masters, they pray they pray Juma. They went to Hajj, they read Quran, but they are following Minister Farrakhan because he's a powerful leader, powerful speaker.

01:46:46 --> 01:46:58

by association, you understand. So I want you to understand that when we talk about people and groups, that don't mean that everybody who calls himself this, that you should just say you're a Kaffir. Be careful.

01:46:59 --> 01:47:02

Because they might be just in there through Association.

01:47:03 --> 01:47:18

You could consider them as such. But don't necessarily treat them as such. Deal with the person after you see where they are, where they might be ready to cross over. But because you spoke to them in a certain way, what have you done,

01:47:19 --> 01:47:21

you push them further down.

01:47:23 --> 01:47:24

So let's keep moving on.

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The more science temple is another group there's similar to the Nation of Islam, you have the behind the Bahais.

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They believe that bahala was a prophet after Muhammad Salas them and that he came into the world to bring all the world religions together into one religion. And they can drink wine and they can eat wine and they don't commit adultery, it's no problem.

01:48:04 --> 01:48:05

They don't have to pray five times a day.

01:48:07 --> 01:48:08

I hate

01:48:10 --> 01:48:11

the first

01:48:14 --> 01:48:19

highs. The bar highs believe in a man called baja hula

01:48:20 --> 01:48:50

is where the religion gets his name. His name is baja Dean, but they call him the Bab bahala. Anyway, they believe that he was a prophet that came after Mohammed Salah of Sam to unite all the world religions together. And as such, the reason why his appeal was so great was because he eliminated all the rules. They didn't have to pray five times a day. They didn't have to fast the month of Ramadan. They can eat wine, they can drink alcohol, they can not have things they can do. So he relaxed all the things

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again, but keep this in mind. There are some people who are in that faith who are very close to Islam.

01:49:05 --> 01:49:15

Then you have the word digital at the end is now what is at the end is these are also Muslims engaged in this? What is what is at the end? Who knows what that is?

01:49:16 --> 01:49:16


01:49:20 --> 01:49:45

No, what is that at the end comes the word at the end is from face, making all the face. One don't say I'm not saying that they're not distinct. But joining all of them together so that we can all get along together and creating a worldwide pool of religions. So now the call for this seems to be appealing, right?

01:49:46 --> 01:49:59

Seems to be appealing. Let's go all the world face together and all sit down together and form a platform where all of us can respect each other's religion, but it also means that they force you to deny that it's like

01:50:00 --> 01:50:20

is not been set. They can't force you to deny the I have a loss upon what Allah what he said who would levy out of salado Sula, who Bill houda verdienen hug you the hero on a DD Cooley wallow carry have caffeine, you see, they force you to backup off of that. And once you back up off of that what happens?

01:50:22 --> 01:50:24

You have denied one of the acts of Allah subhanaw taala

01:50:26 --> 01:50:26


01:50:29 --> 01:50:30

Then you have the Shia.

01:50:31 --> 01:50:35

Now there are some Muslims who consider Shia to be kuffaar.

01:50:36 --> 01:50:41

There are some scholars who said that, and some of them no doubt they are.

01:50:42 --> 01:50:44

But we cannot say that across the board

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because they keep keep an eye on the map.

01:50:50 --> 01:50:53

The larger, the greatest, most influential,

01:50:54 --> 01:51:01

most respected olema in Mecca in Saudi Arabia, there's a very clear fatwa concerning them,

01:51:02 --> 01:51:12

that they are Muslims. And as such, they are allowed to make hedge with us and pray with us, and that they could not do so if they will consider to be careful.

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01:51:16 --> 01:51:20

you must for yourself examine what they believe.

01:51:23 --> 01:51:26

Let me just tell you this. So you know this much

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they may land upon all the companions of the Prophet SAW some except for for

01:51:40 --> 01:51:41

all of them.

01:51:44 --> 01:51:50

Yes, no, no, no, no, I said David, reject and curse all the companions.

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And they don't accept any Hadees from any of them except for four of them.

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Especially they curse abubaker and Omar and uzman. Or they allow one especially they curse them, and especially they curse. Aisha radiallahu anha.

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person said they rejected Hadees of all the companions of the Prophet SAW some except for four. And there's another topic that you need to go into. But there's a good book you can read called

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for total arida

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hoothoot l arida.

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And check fires, you will know this book, and he can make it available to you or you can go on the internet and get it is there. Go to Islam today. This is the website of Shake,

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shake, shake, shake. What's his name?

01:52:50 --> 01:52:52

I'll think of his name. Anyway.

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Suffice it to say that the Shia in general

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have such deviance and their beliefs

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including a principle which is called

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hiding, pretending,

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hiding and pretending there's an Arabic word for it.

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They have a right to pretend when they are among other Muslims, what they really believe and Imam Khomeini, he said that this highly in this pretending is half of their faith.

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So there are so many deviations they have

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that for sure they are deviant and the least

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even some of them say that the Quran which we are reading is not the whole quote and that Abu Bakr and Omar and Othman and other companions conspired

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to eliminate certain parts of the Quran, but they have with them

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the real Quran and this has been one of their books by kailani. I think that is one of the major scholars kailani he has his writing wrote their book a fifth. But anyway, you have to read and understand these people.

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Brothers and sisters, we will

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I think we set the brother said we have about two minutes are we over?

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That's over

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No, no, just go back was Can I just go back back? Oh, yeah, I can go back right? Yes.

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Okay, just go through this last one very quick. You don't have to, because those who's from the seeks to towers to Star Wars. Suppose the magician is the fortune tellers and the gypsies

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and now put them on the Hindus and Buddhists that although they don't really necessarily belong on the Hindus and Buddhists, but it's just that a lot of what they do are interrelated. The Hindus and the Buddhists and the Sikhs in a doubt.

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towers in the star worshipers, the magicians and the fortune tellers and the gypsies. You generally need to know who they are just so that when you meet them you know basically how to present what to present to them. inshallah brothers and sisters tomorrow

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we will begin tomorrow on dour resources. That's what we're gonna start it tomorrow.

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