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Khalid Yasin

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This is only providing you with a backdrop, what I'm doing is I'm just giving you some tools, leading you down some avenues. This course is a three level course this is level one, or level two, I'm teaching the same course, exactly the same. The only thing is,

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as we go through from beginning to the end, I'm giving delille

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Allah says in the Quran, I'm giving you a point a law says in the Quran regarding being prepared, the prophet SAW stem said so and so regarding collect your materials regarding having proper knowledge regarding disregarding that I'm giving you the proofs and evidences so that you will have that delille for yourself. Or if you're going to teach the first level, you can teach the first level with proof and evidence.

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The other thing is that on level number two, those books that I have over there, it's required reading,

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meaning that you don't have to read it in the course of a month. But if there are 20 books over there, we don't mean that you have to read all of them all the way through like the tafsir kaseya or the Quran itself. You don't have to read it all the way through. But you have to at least understand and write an essay on what is it because here was the background on tafsir of Nicosia? Who was it because he had

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an essay on the court and what is the Quran? What are the major theories that themes of the court and how it was constructed? How many is what language when was revealed was the last is that was that was revealed? Who was revealed to

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you know, what is meant by makiya what is meant by Melania.

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What is where's the legislation in the Quran phone, where where are the faith based issues found, so you had to write an essay. So the second level is just taking you up from where you are, where I will leave you at and bringing you up. And now you're coming into what's called more concentration, more detail, more focus, more proofs, more evidence. On the third level is the same exact course, the only thing is those materials plus some other materials that are not there are required reading, and you have to write an essay on each one of those books, you have to read those books, right, let's say on those books, and when it comes to like a book like out of buying a hadith of you

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remember, now we you are required to memorize at least 20 of those IDs and write the 40 out by hand. So the whole idea is that when you're finished the third level, you are prepared. If you want to do dour on another level, you want to go to Mecca, you want to go to Medina, you want to go somewhere else, and you want to take $1 costs, you have the tools to be able to do that. Now because you've got you've you've done an essay on some books that's already been written.

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And the point of an essay is the meaning that you know the person who wrote it, you know, the organization of the book, you know, the thesis of the book, you got some proofs, in essence, you can give a synopsis of that book, if I told you to stand up and give me a 10 minute synopsis on that book, you can do it. So the whole level of it is to take you from the ground and take you up to the third floor. Now when you're on the third floor, you can teach to people on the second floor

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and you can teach people on the first floor. The other thing is that at the level of third level, you have also completed dour management, down management means you can go anywhere in the world

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and set up a dour Group, a dour office, and our team and our group are down network.

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That's the whole concept behind this dollar training. Now I'll be very clear and frank with you that I have not sophisticated it to that level myself. I'm just a human being. I have not brought it to an institutional level, but I have conceptualized it.

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This is my dream.

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But that dream needs components, you are the components.

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So I'm working with you. And I have just as much ambition aspiration, and I need you as much as you think that you need me. So it's not that I got something special. You got the ambition.

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So do I your ambition is to learn my ambition is to give then the other hand is that I go to other people, students of knowledge, all the books of all the people who's involved in dow and all the books is over there. I read everybody's stuff. I listened to everybody's stuff. I get everybody's, I got a video library of everybody who talks.

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I may not agree with what they're talking about, but I learned techniques, because I'm tolerant and try to be wide minded. I don't condemn. I don't criticize, I might critique but I don't criticize. So as a matter of trying to take the best from everybody and leave the room.

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is what I call peeling the banana.

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And as I mentioned yesterday, even the banana peel, a lot of people don't know about it, you can use that as a way to recycle the whole banana.

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So, in doing so, I'm sharing this with you, because we're going to do our resources, you'll see that Tao has also something to do with the way you come to it.

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One of the first lines of our resources is down organizations, Islamic guidance and research offices. So if you're doing down here in Sydney, Australia, Australia,

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one of the first things you do is find out who all the Dow organizations are in Australia.

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Whether they are off the street,

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a dow organization working out of somebody's house,

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international organization, a

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national organization, a continental agency, whoever they are in Australia that claim to be doing dauer, you want to know them?

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And you want to know what is it they do? And how can they help you? And how can you network with them.

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Now, it doesn't matter if they are a shear Tao organization doesn't matter.

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You might be able to benefit from them just from a point of organization. At least you won't know who they are. I mean, in other words, you won't know who your competition is. Because the law says what faster vehicles fail, right? What does that mean? It means from the word sababa mean to swim, swim mean to compete. So law says compete with each other in what

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and goodness.

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So anybody else given dour? That's my competition. And it's all good. As we say in America, it's all good in the hood.

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So good. That means I don't mind if I go someplace and I and I'm selling. And another brother setup he got the same thing I said, when you sat next to me for a sec I was he already

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the Muslims don't have that. We got confidence that whatever is gonna come to me is coming to me anyway, I don't care if 10 brothers come. Matter of fact, I ain't got no copyrights on nothing. And I don't respect none. Now, if it's about Islamic knowledge, nobody can cooperate Islamic knowledge, you can cooperate, you can Copyright The graphics on that cover that book.

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You can that's what you can copyright.

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I'm not gonna try to duplicate your book and sell your book, what's your name on it? I'm not gonna do that. But what you got inside the book. I'm gonna do the same thing that Koreans do. I'm gonna mix it up.

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Shake it up, mix it up

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and add something to it that I think could be added to it and put it out there. That's it You tell me that you got a cut right on Okay, let's go to court.

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So, understand the whole idea of brothers respecting the hard work and investment of others. I understand that I'm not saying undermine that we don't undercut each other. We don't do that. But what I mean is anything that I think is vital knowledge

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a Muslim may not Muslim may not be able to know where to get this from

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may not be able to afford to buy one.

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So what I might do is I'm teaching a class on da supplication. Okay, so this book here is

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this book is 200 pages or it's really 100 pages front and back right. So I'm going to teach us a book in 10 lessons

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as 20 pages the lesson so what I do is I go and I photocopy it

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just blow it up, photocopy it and every class you come to boom the 10 pages right there at the end of the 10 courses you got the whole thing now you don't have the cover and it's not all beautiful doesn't fit in your pocket. But you got it so somebody can say to me Doris mom say stuff a lot brother I Why you gotta go see the copywriters there. Well all this everything in here nothing but do I who got a copyright on that?

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So this is what I mean.

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Find out what a dow organizations at the Islamic guidance and research offices now a Dhow organization is not just somebody that says dollar organization.

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The global Islamic youth service as a center is a dour organization

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because they are sponsoring our

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all masjids all Islamic centers, they are dour organizations. So that's you should know where they are. All the charitable foundation is very important because if you are a

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Die or die ear. There are certain tools and resources that you don't have.

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When you register with them, send them a formal letter with a recommendation from somebody shake fires or Mufti or somebody that says that they know that you give Dawa. And then send them a letter and tell them that you need materials, you need contacts, you need network, whatever, you can find all the charitable foundations all over Australia, the Western Hemisphere, the eastern hemisphere, and Saudi Arabia, the Gulf, you can find out who they are, and send all of them letters, send all letters to all the Muslim government embassies because they usually have Islamic affairs departments, and introduce yourself and you'd be surprised. You'd be surprised you'd be getting

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boxes of books and materials mailed to you.

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Islamic websites,

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there are literally hundreds of them.

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Some of them, I mean,

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really, in my estimation, don't deserve to be called Islamic. They should be Muslim websites. But

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some of them are profound. Meaning that some of the questions that people asked me at the end of a lecture, I wondered to myself, do they have a telephone? Do they have a computer? I mean, do they have a friend with a computer? Do they have Do they have they know what is a?

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We'll call it a computer cafe we'll call that? Do we have an internet cafe near where they live at? I mean, today, nobody needs to ask a brother person like Khalid you're seeing the questions they ask. You can go on the internet. You can go to Islam today.com I mean, www Islam today.com. Is that where it goes?

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This is the this is the website of chef Selman oder, one of the top Islamic scholars in the world. Certainly one of the top Islamic scholars in Saudi Arabia,

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who is qualified to give not only opinions, but fatwah and and hokum that means decisions, and jurist and and adjudications.

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Now, if you can go from your house and get a fatwa,

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you should just ask questions, in general, and say, thank you very much.

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And just gone website verified? Or if you already know, you're learning how to ask the question.

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Islamic centers in bookstores. Why because sometimes you need some books and pamphlets. You need just some information, you can walk into a bookstore and and you already call them up, you already sent them a letter, because they're inside the phonebook. And if you keep going to that same place, they get to know you, and you let them know, they've given down. You know, once I give maybe one Shahada a month to month, I got 2030 people that I visit on a regular basis. And actually I just run out of pamphlets that can you give me something they will always give you something because they want

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they want rewards?

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database of other do I? Because I mentioned to you, when you're going out to give down what is it best to do? What did I say?

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Try to go out and pass.

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One remind the brothers if you have not registered, you should register with the brother who's the organizer. As the brother they're

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on the back.

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The front table and sign in. Okay, good. hamdulillah

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keep a database of sisters keep a database of other sisters brothers keep a database of other brothers so that when you want to go out or you got an invitation to go give dour, try not to do it by yourself.

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Try not to do that. Because what you can't see the other person can see what you may not be able to answer. The other person will be able to answer you may somewhat be shy, timid. The other person is aggressive, so you come with the Yin Yang.

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Share email addresses and phone numbers.

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Keep

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a good list of selection of pamphlets, booklets and gifts. Now pamphlets, booklets and gifts.

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always important to have but they do not replace

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Good manners and personal communication, do not, do not attempt to introduce yourself, or to introduce Islam to people by putting a pamphlet in their face. Don't do that.

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most educated people, most sophisticated people, they frown on that and they overly beg you, when you say something, do something like that. They think you like a Jehovah Muslim Jehovah Witness.

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And you know, for yourself, the last person that you want to talk to is one of Jehovah's Witness. They are sincere people now for real, they are sincere. And if you don't know what you're talking about, and they get inside your house,

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you're gonna have some problems.

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Don't invite them inside your house, and you think you know what you're talking about. Because they have taken a course on what to say to Muslims.

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What questions Muslims usually ask,

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and how to bag and tag them, and how to embarrass them, how to polarize them, polarize you or how to paralyze you. This is what they study. Now all of them is not good. Some of them are young and inexperienced, but they're gonna try anyway. So

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keep pamphlets and booklets with you and also gifts.

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What's a gift, a gift could be just

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a pen.

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You know, a pen and a little pad of paper on

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a key chain,

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a small bottle of oil, you know, little things that don't really cost anything at all. But in the course of talking with somebody, you talk to them once or twice, and you have a cup of tea with them, and you want them to remember you and listen, I thought about you and take this little gift from me if you will. Because what does that do that little small gift? does what?

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establish a personal relationship? They appreciate it. It's not the money involved, not what it costs. It's just that Oh, wow. Really, you thought about me like that.

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So always try to exchange gifts and be sincere about it. Islamic magazines, there are good ones.

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Muslim magazines, there are good ones. And there are not so good ones, but try to keep Islamic magazines around in your house. In the back of your car. Sometime an issue comes up. And you remember that oh, this was the Oh, that was a major issue. Yeah, it was a nice article on just hold up just one minute. Go. And you get that give that to them. Also a good source for you to be aware Islamic magazines for networking, conferences, chances, venues, opportunities,

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Islamic scholars and students you cannot replace.

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Now,

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I do appreciate people thinking that I'm a scholar. I do appreciate somebody thinking that I'm a student of a scholar.

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But because I sat with some scholars doesn't make me a student of a scholar, the real definition of a student of a scholar

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is a person who has sat with a scholar a considerable amount of time and has completed some particular set of discipline with that scholar.

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I didn't do that.

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If you sat with a scholar and you listened to some lessons, or you went through a special course for a month or two weeks or whatever, you're not really a student of a scholar.

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So maybe I'm a student of a student law knows best.

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But I'm complimented now understand what people mean when they say shake you a great scholar of stuff for law, something like that, but it's not really true. And we should make that disclosure to people. What you and I need is to find out who are the students of scholars and what's the scholar scholars not a brother who graduated from the University of Medina or the University of Oman caught up on the University of Hyderabad or university of Malaysia with a bachelor's degree or a master's degree necessarily that's not necessarily a scholar, it is scholastics

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but what an island in the Islamic world really means it take another word now you know somebody get a bachelor's degree from a university or he got a Master's a graduate that God has called eila Mia, but a real scholar may be a person who has spent 30 years 40 years in the field of tafsir lumen Quran.

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Hadith is a hadith. Half is of Quran animal for sale, and calm and Philip.

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You see in Hades and Sierra

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And look up

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30 years 40 years and still, they're studying with another great scholar. This is this island that can speak authoritatively on an issue. Still, most of them

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sometimes you don't even know. Others say he's a scholar.

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Students of those scholars have brothers who have maybe graduated from the University of Medina, on Quora, University of Malaysia, they have a bachelor's degree, master's degree, and they have doing ongoing postgraduate work and reading of the works of living scholars and then those that have passed. Those are students of knowledge. So what does that make me? Man I'm, I would be pleased and grateful if Allah make me a student of a student.

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So let's put the record straight. Really, it doesn't matter. It's not about talking good. It's not about just giving Shahada that's not what make you a scholar.

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Okay, data tools, computer websites, email.

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Now doesn't mean that you have to have a computer website and email to give down, but it certainly will help.

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Now, of course,

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cost one investment.

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If you don't have a computer, go to a internet cafe. If you know can't, you can't afford that and pay for the coffee and for the time.

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If you go to the university, get your car, go with your friend, go to your friend's house that are playing games, get on the computer.

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But to use a computer you at least have to be what? computer literate so all of the people in dow I will suggest you to be computer literate.

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Set up your own website even if it's not really sophisticated like mine.

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Honestly, I don't even know how to build a website.

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I'll be frank with you. I don't even know how to maintain my website. I just had somebody to throw something together just so I know I got a website.

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I figure if even if I got a

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broken down house least I got a little house to crawl up into I got a little website. Now I meet somebody and say shake Come on.

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Shake, I can help you to build a nice website. I just wait for that person to come along because I don't know. You can't know everything. But you can have a computer or you know somebody with the computer and you can get a website doesn't cost that much today to have a website. It's almost like a mailbox today having a website

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or like having a post office box. Email, everybody. I mean, everybody can get Yahoo hotmail

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I guess they got some other stuff out there is free also. So no excuse for you not to have email.

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You can have email. If you don't have a mobile phone, isn't it right?

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You can get on a payphone and call in and check your email. They got all kinds of stuff as crazy. I was in London on all the railroad plays they got now to come to come they got the phone computers in the street. Did you see that? They have it here.

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They have that here.

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They have the public phone.

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Internet access. Right in the street for the public. You don't have to go nowhere, right. There's just like a public phone. You check your email wherever you're at. You can go right on the web right there. In London

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phone pager organizer.

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Now little children in grade school is going to school with a font with a mobile phone.

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So kids in grade school, they bleep bleep bleep bleep. Yo, what's up? Yo,

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Yo, man they look in I'm in grade school, a little kid got backpacks. But nine years old, they got a mobile phone and a pager.

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In America, I'm telling you the truth $50 sneakers on

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what is wrong with the Muslims they don't have a phone pager organizer, organizer, in case you don't know, is a small compacted piece of equipment that allows you to throw away the paper

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and you put all your phone numbers, all your addresses, alone word, word processing apparatuses there so you got that integrated ability to do what like little Excel program when you call that

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spreadsheet, a database and word processing right all in one. And you can buy them like for like what $50 less

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So for the day,

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this is something we need to make an investment in Islamic library. Now, you can come from the smallest compact Islamic library, to whatever you can afford. But every day air and die should do what you should develop your own library, audio and visual.

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That is, books, audio, and visual

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that you watch that you refer to have a reference library, which means something that you don't just read through it is something that you make reference to.

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And then you have also a library of books that you have read or at least scan through.

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And you have to say to yourself, what do I want to invest in my library because I'm gonna die. And I don't mean just an Islamic library. When I say the Islamic library, I mean, anything that supports Islam.

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So I mean, a good dictionary, a good thesaurus, you know, a good encyclopedia should be a part of your library.

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If you got an automobile that's optimal, if you got a bicycle or a motorcycle, that's good if you if you had to walk, alright, but there's some places that you got to go give doubt you might need to leave fast.

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So it's better for you to be mobile. Always be mobile, if you can.

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Now think about that. Think about think about the western movies. Think about a guy that goes in town.

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talking to people about something he might be going into a Western town, a Chinese man.

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Now he's gone. He's in the wild, wild west, China man he's in he's in the wild, wild west, he's gone somewhere talking to some people about religion, he might get beat up even if he knows karate.

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So everybody in the wild wild west, who's like talking to people or doing whatever, he's always got his horse saddled outside. So if he has to, he can get out of town fast. So an automobile a bicycle, you can move around town and you see it for yourself. What do you call these guys? What are the moments? What are they doing?

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You guys cycling all around town.

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They got 30 or 40 contacts they got to do every day.

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And they ride around in what single or double? So what I'm saying

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and believe it they're covering the whole city, they probably got at least 50 or 60 of these guys in sections of the city. And even if you never talk to them they're Tao is that you see them every day. See?

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And if you don't get out of your bed and give no doubt well how do you feel when you see those guys every day? And you know they teach you some foolishness?

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You feel bad, don't you? That's what they're meant to do.

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can watch paper Shame on you as a Muslim?

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That you don't have a pen?

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A pen or pencil? Some kind of paper

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and a watch

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every Muslim needs to have a watch because we have went beyond

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Sunday sundials

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so I mean it's fundamental you can buy a watch now for like 19 Australian dollars which is like around what

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or less now think right Mickey Mouse watch. You know you can buy disposable watch, but you need to have a watch. Because if you got an appointment and then no clocks around is a good chance you're gonna be early or late so you're gonna miss somebody or somebody's gonna miss you.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala swears by the time it does He say

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while us

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see if Allah swears by the time time is important. And one of the ways that we keep control of time is by what?

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Having a watch. It's not a it's not a luxury,

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periodic training and personal consultation. You cannot replace it. There is no replacement for periodic training.

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I do it. You do it. Students of knowledge do it. Scholars do it. Big scholars do

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periodic training check Abdulaziz bin basil Yahoo. I stayed in his house and I noticed something phenomenal about this man.

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Which I came to know that he did that all of his life. He's blind. He was blind. But he was one of the premier scholars of the world.

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And all of the Islamic sciences, I mean, like, he was like the authority in about nine different areas. Half is of Quran, Muhammad, this mufa sear his coffee. I mean, unbelievable. So how can a blind man have this kind of knowledge? Do you know what he did? Every day,

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he had two or three different people who themselves were scholars to bring certain books and read to him. And he had the kind of memory that a law, a law, when a law took his eyesight, Allah gave him more memory.

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So every day two or three hours a day, he had people to come and read to him, certain books, photographers, different decisions, newspapers, what's going on in the world. And so every day he's absorbing this knowledge. So of a man who has that kind of a stature and while he was living, probably he's one of the five top scholars in the world could we just about say that?

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checkup doulas has been best. anybody here know his background?

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One of the five top scholars in the world, his student,

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shake loose. I mean, who passed away? I think about a year after he did.

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one of the premier scholars of the world

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they had periodic training themselves. And they had also a personal personal consultation.

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Somebody who advises them.

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See, so you and I, who are way down the line from that you and I need to have periodic training in different areas, and personal consultation, it calls what organizing your life administrates your life, organize your life so that you can do these things. A guide, a teacher, or religious advisor.

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Now you pick and choose who you want.

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Go out, go to all the massages, go to all the different places, you know and find somebody who can act as a guide for you, those personal questions that you have those special issues that you have.

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Go to your teacher asked him

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and your teacher, if he's sincere and knowledgeable, he will he will do one or two things he'll answer that question for you. Or he will guide you to someone or to a place where you can get be satisfied. Also, your teacher will check your knowledge from time to time because all of us need to have our knowledge checked. I don't care how much code and you know

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you need to sit with someone who has reasonable good ear to hear Maharaja who themselves also have memorized good Quran and you need to read with that person so they can check you

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correct you

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you need a religious advisor

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spiritual training

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one read Quran daily. The best time to read Quran

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is before fragile

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after fragile and to hijack this the best times

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before fragile after fragile

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and get up in the middle of night for the hygiene

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or

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when you get a break in the middle of the day

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and you got a small compact cord and with you keep that with you you get 20 minutes you ride on the train and you ride on a bus or you got 20 minutes you waiting for an appointment stead of looking around looking at billboards and picking up magazines and your eyes wandering the wedding I suppose be pick up the code and

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go over so to answer go over Slovakia go over sorta kulula go over sorta fathia

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just read could add

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daily now from a training basis. These are the soldiers I recommend for you to try to be very familiar with both in keeping the Quran as well as using it for your dour. Surah Yaseen, the 36th surah Susan calf

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Surah

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Surah Al Hadid, now waqia Hadid and Rahman they all together

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and Islam in such the Jews ama and giusta Barak. Now these sewers themselves

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make up the core of demetria sewers.

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These are Sooners that's good for your own purposes.

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No training and purification and remembrance, but they all they also form a very good core for the message we are talking about what to hate reseller and

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if you are not a good reader of Quran you will never be a good reciter

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So, don't try to learn to read

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and you don't know how to read the Quran.

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Although you can learn touch me without reading it's true. You sit with somebody he can teach you massage and teach me the rules without your reading he can

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but learn to read the Quran

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yourself with someone who can check you and then memorize what you read and after that improve, improve your knowledge so that the recitation of the letters and the performance of them pronunciation of them are correct, to the best of your ability. Then try to have memorize the sutras that you read often.

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Review the books of Akita now I've only put down here a few. There could be many, there are many.

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keytab tauheed is a what we call atsumi. That's a mainstay for Akita that is his avatar hailed by chef Mohammed Abdul Wahab and reading that doesn't make you a Wahhabi in case you you know, don't get spooked out that by reading that you're gonna become a Wahhabi.

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You're reading something that one of the scholars of Islam produced. And he made a contribution that we can say the major scholars, almost all the major scholars hold this book as a core

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in their library regarding to heat.

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appeal to the Vasa tear by ignitor Emir, is another book, Chicken timea was a letter was written to him by a group of people from a town called wasit. I think this town is in Iraq.

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And they

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they were themselves scholars.

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But they were being questioned and challenged by some people of Kalam, they call it people of Kalam philosophers and people in mantapa and talking like, and so they were asking them some questions that was extremely difficult for them to answer. And so they wrote a letter to me and from that letter.

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In time, he wrote back to them

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proofs and evidence is that was so powerful, and has lasted up to now as a reference. It was just a response to a letter, and it came out to be called aqidah tawassul. Tia.

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There's another one called arcada to Talia.

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But these are books of Aikido that help you to protect your own aqidah and help you to discharge to others the issues of aqeedah because aqeedah is the core. That's the core.

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This is the furnace where everything is where all the energy comes out the aqeedah if the Akita is wrong, a

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whole lot of stuff is like the boat inside the hull of the boat of the ship. What is there?

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What do they call it? That gyro

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is some kind of like a gyro. I don't know what they call the instrument, huh? Yeah, it's like a compass. But it's what is what keeps the ship?

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Hmm.

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Yeah, it's just like that navigation thing, right? If it's off, you don't know where you might wanna, you might want to like Christopher Columbus.

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You think you're going to India and you wind up in America?

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There's another book called the creed by Imam called barberry.

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Small book like this.

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But with about 150 questions and answers on Al Qaeda was conserved everybody as a proof, very small book. Then there's a book called The Akita digest by Sheikh Mahmoud Mirage, check Mahmud mirage. These are books that are available. I think in most of the bookstores. If you don't, you can get them on the website.

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The books of Sunnah

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and Hades, one persona, and I think that's what shed

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fires is teaching here. That's one of the first books of sonar that I read and completed reading of with one of my teachers and

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people can say a lot of things

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could say the persona is a one and muslimeen book and a sick sad Sabbath

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that he was involved into so of and that this week had deeds and whatever they want to say.

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I love them. But I'll tell you this, Asana is the bread and butter.

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And for a new Muslim and novice for personas, a very good book.

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This will give you the stepladder so that when you get ready to get into some other things, at least you know what you're talking about. Focus on, anybody can read it, and anybody can follow it. And if you've got a teacher who helps you along with it, that's a that's a very good start. Then the alibi in a hadith by Imam nawawi

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40 a hadith by mmm nawawi

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these are 40 had these that all the scholars verify that each one of those had these are so powerful and so

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and was selected for such a powerful reason that some volumes could be written just on each one of those hoodies themselves.

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So the 40 hoodies for him now he is a very good set of Hadees to start with because he has selected them to deal with a range of topics. And all of them are either Sahih Muslim sahadi

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all them from the side. He said that all of them from the side he said so they all say but most of them would say Muslims I Buhari

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most of us are of Sahih Bukhari what is the master sodomy

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it means the condensed volume of Sahih Bukhari which is normally what nine volumes, isn't it?

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So in the condensed volume, what has happened is many in all the different books of Sahaja Bahati, some of the same headings have been repeated.

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So in the most bizarre, what they have done is they have eliminated all the repeated Hadees.

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And so they have brought it down into one book.

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So you got the San Jose body on the arm. Now, since there's no tasar you're not going to get the wide range of ideas on this topic, right.

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But it's used as a reference for the wide Sahil Bahati.

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So at least have the mostess out of sight Bahati and for those who can afford it. Now the whole sale Bahati is available for like, about I don't know about 300 160 Australian reals good quality.

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Mashallah.

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Yeah, don't buy them copies out of look. Now.

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I'm not telling you the same side of it. But I'm saying you know, you buy some from some places that after you turn the pages a couple of times pages are falling out.

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Yeah. Anyway, you have the Sahil Bukhari, you have the Sahih Muslim that's available now, the whole Sahih Muslim brothers and sisters, can we understand this?

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That I have been in some places in India and Africa and Asia, where people have never even put their eyes on an entire set of Sahabi.

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There may be there may be in a village, one person who has seen Sahil Bahati,

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and that's because he goes to another village that's about 50 miles away with as a chef who has it.

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Now, you and I, we can have the whole cyber party, the whole Sahih Muslim,

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available for us, just like that, we should Bulova

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Bloomerang

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is a very important book of flip.

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And just to let your brothers and sisters know this that a scholar or student of a scholar rather

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check Mohammed said adly

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who is one of my teachers in

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Columbia, North Carolina, he has completed a explanation of Belleville marang available on cassette the whole blue oval muram

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This means the book is right there. You can get it from a bookstore but what he has done in English is English is not quite as good as mine, maybe but still, he's a student of a scholar he has given

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explanation of Beluga muram Hadees by Hades the whole Cosette set is finished hamdulillah

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then you have our own little icon under de la cam

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is a

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is a shout out on

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I think it's a shuttle unbelievable morons Matter of fact, or either knows the show on a book called title Alam.

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It's a book of a cam of different subjects 400 had these on different subjects for these of rulings.

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Because acca means

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adjudication.

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I don't think that own the Tilak is in English yet, but we have brothers like shake face, who can take a book like that and translate it for us.

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books on the Syrah radical mock tone. Everybody knows that one now I think the sea of nectar. Why is the sea of nectar good because it's very good English. Very well organized, and has been approved by a Council of Scholars. And it is based upon the book that we see down here called sirata Rasul. Sirat Rasul the application

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of an S hakuba. a sham isn't it? It's like a bit of a sham is one of the most reliable, authentic books of Syrah available. But it's a very difficult book to read. Even in English, it's difficult book to read. So rahega makhdoom, has been rewritten.

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He, he based his Sierra on the Syrah to Russell. So it's very authentic, but he has rewritten it and very good language, and restructured it. So it's a very good book is read and all of us should have in our library,

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and the era by Mohammed Al ghazali. Now, again, this is another book that somebody might say to you, that share Mohammed Al ghazali.

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This, this, this and that. But I'll say to you that this book for Sierra, along with

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a book like rahega Maktoum, will give you an insight on the Sierra, that you will always learn to appreciate because it's translated into English.

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It's, it's, it has good proofs, structured very well, and on every part of the Syrah that is related by in the in the Reichenbach tune, he gives you the circumstances about how this situation took place. Who were the companions? Who would have Sahabi? Who were the when this happened? and this and that, when the prophet SAW said this or that, what was the surrounding conditions? And what benefit do we get from that? So it's another very powerful book. And then there's a book which is produced in out of,

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out of Egypt by

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by chef now, this one original Hello. So notice by Khalid Mohammed Khalid, ah

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say say this correct. A very good book, although it is written in a prose form, like a like an open prose form, like he's not writing it with a lot of Hades and delille. And this and that, what he has done, however, is he has identified 60 of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after the hulafrog Rashi Deen because he already said, he said that, there are plenty of books written about the the hulafrog Rashidi.

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But on this one, and this particular one original hola raso is only on

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60 companions. He also wrote another one on the correct so, but this particular one original hola Rasul. Allah loves them. He has selected 60 of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Who were they? When did they accept Islam? What are their characteristics? What were their contributions? What when we mentioned their names, what comes to mind is that powerful.

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And even if somebody said that, some statements, he said he has not given any authority for it.

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So we don't take it authoritatively.

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But it will help you when you see a Hadith, and so on, so on and so on. So, when you see a situation, and you're reading in the Sierra, that certain such a situation happened, and these were the companions that were there, when you know their names. Another beautiful thing is out of 60 of the companions of the Prophet, so a lot of us to them, don't you think that each of us should know at least 20 of them

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then your children

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should

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for themselves take for their heroes,

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companions and tablet as an advertiser instead of the people that design the clothes in their sports stars and so forth and so on. So if we love these people who love the law who loved the profits lost them, there's a good chance because we love them.

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We will come to love the prophets Allah loves them and Allah will love us also

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make regular do it from the Quran and the Sunnah

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the brother who gave me this as a gift today he didn't see this so mela rewards but where z

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is located, okay has no Muslim is the same book has no Muslim and still believers just different publication. But it is a book which gives you all the data from the Quran and the Sunnah to be used in the night and day in all different occasions. So if you want to know what do I do make it what time

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and according to an Asana so they're not do I was a big guy? Do I have Santa? This is a very good book right here and it look fits right in your pocket.

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in your pocket. Okay?

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It's a very good book to have, because when nothing else works, the prophets lost him said i do i Mahal a bad was it mean?

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A da is the essence, ma the brain the essence

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of ebags da

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studied the Arabic language as much as you can, I don't mean to be able to talk with atoms

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just to be able to read the Quran with massage and some Tajweed.

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So that you can engage in what I call functional Arabic language. That is, you go to Hajj, and you arrive at the airport, you know how to change your money.

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You know how to call a taxi, you're not going to a restaurant, you know how to enter somebody's house, you know how to greet people, you listen to them. And if people are talking, you might can get 10% of what they're saying. You're functional because people come to them to Australia and do the same thing right from another country. Within six months and one year they are functional. They're still saying store I go to

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you tell me store go to I?

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Do you understand what they just said? You do. So they're functional. But one thing they learned to do within

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a week, they learn to count their money.

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When you go too hard, you learn how to count that money in about a day.

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Okay, use of the Arabic dictionary, get a commercial army,

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get an Arabic dictionary, like hands Where is what is one of the best ones is a German atavist he has one of the very best out of big dictionaries. I'm not gonna say the best. But the organization of it is one of the best hands where h a n s w e h r, I don't say he's one he's just one of the best, that's all

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get a good Arabic dictionary and get one which is Arabic, English, English, Arabic.

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So you can learn how to look up an English word into Arabic and an Arabic word into English. Because what you'll be able to do then is you'll be able to have a literary understanding of certain things. But don't use a dictionary to try to understand is of Quran.

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Because the Quran is not using all the time literary meanings.

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So you can't look up an eye and try to say well, I understand what that means is right there in the dictionary.

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Because the dictionary is going to give you what literary meanings, linguistic meanings, but there are meanings of the Quran that the atoms themselves didn't know. Until the prophet SAW lost him told him isn't it?

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Okay. obtained the proofs from Islamic sources. Always.

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Joseph McLaughlin, Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. Okay, we're gonna go through the, all the screens very quickly. So those who came today, you will not hear I don't blame you. And I don't need any excuse or any explanation. Welcome.

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And this half an hour is for you.

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You should have did everybody received one of these at least everybody that's in here. Does everybody have one

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If you didn't please raise your hand so I can get one to you. If you have one, follow me we're going to go through this quickly. I'll spend about a minute on each one of the screens.

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Yes.

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Nine

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Yes. Sorry, Muslim. It comes different I think it's

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for Yeah, I think so. Most of the popular ones about 40. Okay, are we ready? I'm gonna go spend about a minute on each one of these because this is just a review.

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Principles and characteristics of the day.

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They must have correct knowledge. They must understand Islamic men hedge, they must understand who they are speaking to. They must exhibit wisdom and tolerance. They must have strong arguments for tawheed they must be aware of the major religions. They should be aware of major concepts. They should be cleaning their appearance, they should be honorable, they should have an honorable source of their livelihood. They must have a willingness to cooperate and willingness to support others in the work. They should show reliance upon the law and face challenges.

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Principles and characteristics of the day, identify their challenges and obstacles. For those who just came today. Don't worry, there will be available to you the tape that the brother has did yesterday as he's doing today, and you'll be able to basically benefit from that inshallah.

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disarm the opponent through direct and convincing arguments. reinforced the generally agreed upon principles, distinguished Islamic principles, obtain consensus upon these principles. Make the case and complete the invitation,

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illustrate the signs of a law through science. Show the consistency of the previous scriptures, prophets, messages,

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point out the principles of human behavior, human civilization and historical evidence. Show the fallacy of certain concepts and beliefs and conversely show the Islamic and I added to that proposition because that that word is missing.

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Provide the Islamic answer and alternative to those fallacies

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strategies and techniques of dour

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one preparation

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collect your materials

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use the Quran and the wisdom of the Sunnah.

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Utilize scientific evidence

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appeal to common sense.

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refute the common fallacies sisters Can you all see back the okay?

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Yes. Um, doula

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offer the Islamic proposition.

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strategies and techniques of presentation. So remember before we said what preparation now there is presentation, always write your outline become your own audience. Time your presentation, adapt your tone to the subject matter.

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Stay in touch and obtain consensus as you proceed.

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penetration. So we have preparation, presentation, penetration now you're moving forward, you're mobilizing and you're trying to penetrate minds and hearts. Make a direct but tactful challenge. Use the command voice and make eye contact Of course I said brothers make eye contact with brothers and sisters make eye contact with sisters just keep it all real.

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rehearse the theme over and over, summarize and conclude your argument. Make your appeal or your invitation offer the Islamic proposition.

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Now this is called the

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this call the chart of assessment of the assessment chart. The assessment chart, I spent a little bit more time with that because this is sort of the this is sort of the core of our dour technique.

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And I sort of developed this in order to give you are let's put it this way I developed this to give myself

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an edge. It's a psychological tool. It's a behavioral tool.

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It's a

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it's a it's a tool of strategy.

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In some ways it's a it's a tool to manipulate or navigate.

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You can call it what you like. It's a tool that allows

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You to meet a person and spend three minutes with them. And you know who they are.

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So,

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A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H,

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from one to seven.

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So we have

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practicing Muslims and marginal Muslims, and we have among the Muslims, weak, fair, moderate, good, very good, excellent and optimal Muslims.

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Now, we defined a practicing Muslim as an individual that generally understands and puts into practice the candidates name and the autocannon. Amen.

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And that you can see and witness and evidence, some sort of practice in them. If you are in their company, a marginal Muslim is what it means they own the margin of practice,

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they own the margin from seven to one, on a scale from seven to one that is, they might be

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extremely marginal as one

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or they might be on the margin of practice. That's seven.

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All the other categories are non Muslims. But this category of c

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is a dangerous category for us, or is a sensitive category for us, because it is a category of non Muslims who claim to be Muslims that mean they might not even make the claim. They appear to be Muslims, they talk like Muslims, they act like Muslims, you go into their places, their places, they might call them masjids is set up like a Masjid, they might be cleaner than Muslims, they might even have more knowledge than you.

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Longer beards and big such dymocks.

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So I'm not

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I don't don't go into saying who they are, although at another level, I can say.

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But it's just suffice it to say that the way to identify them is by a state of statement of cover, which they make they Careful, careful capital law of the capital Mohammed's la Santa Monica for some of the article Islam or the capital of the Quran.

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Or

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a group of scholars that are living today or group of scholars that passed away, they conclusively passed

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an edema decision that these people are Kaffirs.

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And one group we can name as the Guardian is,

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or Ahmed is I think you call them. Definitely the kaphas.

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baja is another one. But we'll go a little bit more into that. But the point is, there are non Muslims who claim to be Muslims, and there's a particular us a particular position we take regarding them. And so they are part of the kaphas, c to h all kaphas.

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But these non Muslims who claim to be Muslims, we handle them carefully. Why because there's a chance that by handling them carefully, and dealing with them gently, what may happen.

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You can flip them over just like a pancake.

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You can flip them right from C right into B, right from where they are, they can flip from C one right into B one. Because they might already have the behavior.

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They got the disposition already.

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But there's something going on wrong inside their mind or inside their heart based on preconditioning.

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And sometimes you don't you can be among them and don't call them a Kaffir you treat them almost like a Muslim.

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But you know the distinction and you have your way of advising them about this issue. But being patient with them because maybe through their respect for you. You can flip them over. But you got to be careful that they don't flip you over.

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If you're not strong in issues of Akita Don't be around non Muslims who claim to be Muslims, because you come out to house one day, a Muslim and go back home a Kaffir because I'm telling you some of them are good, powerful, eloquent, convincing.

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No history ship tafsir Arabic language.

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You know, you can get impressed and then get depressed

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Okay, fundamental Christians and Jews. And we say that we define them by those who fundamentally

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Express and attach themselves to the major sources of the books that are lost upon without all the people that Locke says call them anarchy tab.

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The other Christians or the other Jews are those that have went into areas of deviation even in those from that so they are other Christians like the Mormons or other Christians, the Jehovah Witness or other Christians, Seventh Day Adventists other Christians, the cosmic, the, the moonies, they are other Christians.

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And there are plenty other Christians, just like there are plenty other Muslims.

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Now, someone asked me a question that there is a group of young Muslims calling themselves

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the rainbow Muslims, something like that. These are gay Muslims.

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And they've got their own website.

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They got your own website and they got somebody giving them five bars that make it legal for them to be because they were born that way and some crazy stuff. Now, the question is that I was asked, Are they Kaffirs? No,

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they're not kaphas.

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They're not Kaffirs. They didn't care for Mohammed's last name. They didn't care for a loss upon what Allah

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they affair city.

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There are people upon whom the hokum is placed on them for punishment, because the punishment is the only thing that will reform them or purify the society against them. But they're not necessarily Kaffirs.

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So don't think that because of the sin of a person, they become a Kaffir.

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We don't have the right to call a person a Kaffir. Because of their sins,

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they their sins can be addressed by virtue of the cam, and the Hadoop of a loss upon what Allah our problem right now is that we don't have an Islamic government, we don't have an alpha, so we can't pronounce the cam, or the Hadoop on them to regulate them. Otherwise, they wouldn't exist. That's our problem. So we can't call them kaphas just because we are too weak to set up the issue that would regulate them or annihilate them or wipe them out or suppress them. And they have been those kind of people among the Muslims since the time of the Prophet the last name, but they could not the snake could not lift its head let alone bite anybody.

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Now today with all these gay groups

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and all the rights on behalf the judges in the world is gay.

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You can't get no rights. I mean, it was making rights as gay.

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And pink dolla is the strongest doll in the world today, you know, the pink doll is don't you?

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That's the that's the economy which is controlled by the gay community around the world. It's called the pink dollar.

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Now, it's a shame that we Muslims, that we don't have as much conviction, as much as much ambition as much commitment and willing to contribute.

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While we are 1.4 billion in the world,

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and these filthy people, there have no such numbers like that.

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Anyway, let's move on. Atheists, communists, Hindus Buddhists headedness, Satan, say tennis and criminals. Now the heaviness of the pleasure seekers that's like half the world.

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Half the world. Anybody that tells you that they only interested in having a good time. Well, that's what they live their life doing.

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Eating, sleeping, drinking as much eating and drinking as much as they can eat as much as they can. having sex with anything everyone everywhere, anytime. That's all they want to do is have fun pleasure.

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Buy this buy that have this have that own this go this place, that place where bling bling, that's all they want. These are headedness, they don't they don't know this what they are, but that's what they are.

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That's what they are.

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They are different subcultures that come from the headedness culture. Drugs, is only one of them.

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nightclubs, naked women dancing is only a subculture that comes out of this lifestyle. Most of the movie stars, athletes,

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you know, the people fortune 500 people, all the people together.

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Lots of money, most of them.

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Most of them are involved in the Hellenistic lifestyle.

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And that's why disease disparagement, despair, depression, suicide, and all other kind of filter disease and deformities a lot put it on them, because of the way they live.

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So those Kaffirs from C to H, these levels of intensity apply to them, some people are only involved on the first level of cover. And that means they are involved on what level

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Association, right?

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Then you have others who are just on entry level, they just was invited.

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You know, they were invited to be become part of this group. So, they might go there with a friend of this regularly. They don't know that much about it, they didn't really read the books, they just kind of like the entry, then you got active.

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They become Oh,

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there we go. Okay. Wow, see how I learned that one?

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Okay, then you got those that are active. Now, active is just like a virus.

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I'll give you another instance about active when you brothers and sisters go inside the toilet, the toilet.

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Okay, when you go inside the toilet, from time nudges, urine, feces, blood drops on the floors, right? It's on, it's on the floor. What is it, it's not just isn't it? As long as the net just is dry.

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It's not active.

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Because if there was dry urine on the ground, and you had to pray there, can we pray them

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according to the rules of soccer, you can, because the prophets last name said that if they were you in on the ground, and the sun dried it,

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it was no longer wet, you had no other place to pray, you can pray on that part of the earth. Why? Because the sun has made it pure.

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If there was dung on the ground, animal dung on the ground, and the sun dried it, you can sweep it out the way and you can pray on that ground because the earth has purified it. That's the rule of fifth now. Now the head of fees may not agree to this, but I'm just giving you the rules of the fit according to the second. Okay? The same thing with blood. If some of spot of blood on your garment, like a small piece of blood is dry, but if it's wet, it's nudges. So now in terms of the toilets, and this is only a point of phip. Nobody has to agree. In terms of the toilets, you should wear slippers inside the toilets, and not your bare feet. Why? Because when you wash your feet and step

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down on the bathroom floor, if there is some dry nudges on the floor, what happens, you activate it and then you walk it inside domestic.

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So just to put additional protection and a compliment, even if you don't agree with that issue.

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We should make sure we wear slippers. And then even in coming out, when you come in off the slippers, there should be some kind of a mat instead of stepping onto the floor. So that when people walk into the place of salah and such that even though it's still clean, we don't imagine that just you know the the rule of fit for us as we do not imagine nudges.

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So we don't want to be all messed up, spooked or spooked up imagining nudges we don't imagine it. If it's not evident nudges we don't imagine it.

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point is we should use whatever facilities the last one that gives us to what maximize the purity of the place that we pray in. That's just an idea. So now I gave you that instance, to tell you that people who are on the entry level, you see,

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once they become active, what have they done, they've stuck their foot in it.

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Now they're actively engaged in this particular cover. They're not just going to meetings, they have joined, they have made a Shahada. They've made a commitment. They have made a declaration a membership form.

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You know if it involves being penetrated or penetrating, they have done it.

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So then the next level is what principle not as a person had been involved for a while they've been active for a while they know the ins and outs and they now recruiting

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they're recruiting they are now a principle,

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a principle in conspiracy and a principle as the law says what I will do

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Law says what Avenue Is that right? That means join one another support one another help one another in what beautiful Antigua and become principal become principally involved? What are

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what isn't? Well, when the people here they have become principles and what isn't. And

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then you have rooted,

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rooted people that are rooted that means they are

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they are more than just a principle.

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They have made a deep commitment to what they're involved in.

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To the degree that coming out of it may cost them more than they want to make this what happens with situations.

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I give you a story to show you how it works.

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A scholar

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used to pass by this woman's house all the time.

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And she used to be outside the house asking for sadaqa.

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And, you know,

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he had people walking with Him sometimes he's tell them give give us one day he passed by himself as part of people working with him. And he gave us some soda. Next day he came by, she has some cakes.

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To thank him shake ppreciate you did some cake for me whatever it is. Next time he came by, she had like some dinner hooked up for him gameplays plate. Then she started sending food to the shape

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because he didn't have a wife, you know, send food to the shape.

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Then she invited to shake for dinner.

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And of course he brought on his people and he went by and had dinner.

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And one day to shake was passing by. And he had some calamity in his life or whatever it was and he didn't have his his maybe his his newer wasn't up as his his Eman wasn't up or whatever. And she asked him shake, once you sit down in front of my house is no problem just and I'll give you some food. And so he figures while in those days, he's still in the public, he's sitting in front of a house. And he ate a meal.

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And

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it started raining.

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And you know, just to get out of the race to shake just come out of the rain

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to shake him out of the rain.

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And before he knew it, the sister just took all the clothes off.

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And he was trapped, like use a fillet slam, but he didn't have the amount of use of.

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So the shake, did something shameful. And then after that he went made talbo but the sister became pregnant.

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So she says shake, I don't know what to do, should I kill the child or let the child live? Now he says if you let the child live to everybody gonna know. If I kill the child, I'm gonna have to meet a law in Yama. kiama What should I do?

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Well, the story goes on a little bit. But what has happened in that case, we're talking about.

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We're talking about

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rooted.

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You see, you can be uprooted.

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A person who is already rooted in that woman who did what she did, she was already a prostitute. She was already rooted.

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She already knew how to influence men.

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She had eyes on the shape from the beginning.

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So the I did that lesson of the story that I'm giving you is that

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in the wheel of this position, we talked about the wheel of this position, right?

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We have to take our precautions when we're dealing with routed people.

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Because it happens step by step by step it didn't. If you think about it, I mean the shake didn't have no bad intentions.

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And I don't know

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there's not too many of us there's like use of a slam

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that could have dealt the way he dealt. Run for the doorway and try to find his way out and have his shirt ripped from the back.

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I don't know. Some of us we might have been ripping shirts ourselves.

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So you know how

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Allah so don't think that you so clever sisters or brothers, that you can be in a situation of provocation or where you're not supposed to be what is called

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halwa you know, don't put yourself in a situation you're not supposed to be in. Because shaytaan has got the upper man and shape Tom

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is a tough,

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he's tough,

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the slick.

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We say in English, he's a bad boy.

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He got some tools that you cannot even imagine.

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So

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that's why it's always good in the field of dour

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to be with somebody else all the time. Then you got the major criminals. These are the people who themselves not only are they rooted,

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but they commit major crimes, against the loss upon what Allah against the believers. And they will have no feeling about it at all

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worse than animals, major criminals and you would think that they would have some kind of compassionate laws taken out their hearts completely,

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completely. And then you got major conspirators now major conspirators, they're worse than major criminals, because conspirators are criminals that come together.

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And they conspire to do what they do.

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Okay, now, you got conspirators, among the non Muslims claiming to be Muslims.

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You got major criminals among the non Muslims claiming to be Muslims.

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Okay, so this is that shot. Now let's go to the next one. This is the wheel of disposition.

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And we'll have this position just briefly, is the middle is the hub. The Hub is the safe ground. That's where everybody wants to be. Because if you look at the corresponding colors, the hub is the place of the mahcine

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the carnitine carnita model mini minute.

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You see the people who are saw the key and saw the card, you see the fuqaha and the Ola the students of knowledge tolerable L. The people who are striving make a sacrifice Mujahideen for less pinata, Allah, this is the area where you want to be right here. You and I are in the hub.

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Then around the hub, you got what marginal Muslims, although some of them are decent and good.

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Let me stop, go back to the hub among the hub, what's the position we take with those people?

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We want to immigrate. I mean, we want to integrate with them.

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We want to cooperate with them. We want to support them, we want to be with them. Now among the marginal Muslims, what do we want to do with him?

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We want to advise them

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and in the goodness cooperate and support right.

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With the non Muslims claiming to be Muslims, we want to be vigilant to some of them, wanting what some of them advise some of them that is give them naseeha so either naseeha warning,

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vigilant, those three isn't it?

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Then you got what the next fundamental questions and what do we do with them?

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dialog and advice and in some cases vigilant.

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Ah, morning, as the law says warn those who say a law has been gotten a sudden

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Kevin Kelly Martin takauji min of why him

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this is a great and grievious thing that issue fall from the miles no proof of they know that they fathers of any such thing.

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So you want to warn them be vigilant, but some of them

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they're not strongly insisting upon that right. So what do you do with them?

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You just advise them.

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You see you advise them

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and you have dialogue with them. Now among the the other questions, same thing, vigilant warning, dialogue advice. Then among the atheists and the agnostics. What we do with those people, provide them with rationale proofs, advice and also what

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vigilant and insulate

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because they represent a different kind of enemy.

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A different kind of element. element you want to protect yourself from you

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Don't just want to get involved in them. Don't just go talking to atheists. Don't just go sit around talking to atheists like you're talking to Christians now, because the atheists can confuse you quick.

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Have you seen something about Allah subhanaw taala or thinking something about Allah subhanaw taala that you can answer?

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Have you gone home searching through the court and for an answer, and your imagine have already gave you the answer?

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So what do they do? They have cast doubt in you and cause the cloud in your aqeedah and a cloud is all you need is just like fibrillation, filtration. What is fun, you know what celebration is? Anybody knows what filtration is?

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No filtration is

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just a bubble of air

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comes through the heart and goes through the brain causing What?

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A stroke, that's all it is filtration. The heart stops beating the irregular and it sends a bit of bubble through through the veins that goes through the and it causes the stroke, cerebral hemorrhage, just a bubble celebration. Now Kaffirs.

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If they can't do anything else with you, they're going to try to create Phil abrasion

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caused the trauma inside of you. cause you to doubt back up, rethink Well, I wonder what I never thought of that. Stuff Allah shaytaan so don't be clever.

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If you don't know go ask somebody

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leaving leave it alone. Let somebody else deal with that. So that's why it's always good for two people the brother Brother two sisters can be together say says I don't think we can even deal with this. Leave that alone. Give them a number. Give them a card give them a website they can go to this somebody else can handle them. See is nothing wrong as alley red yellow and said to say I don't know, isn't it

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but saying I don't know is what

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is a part of knowledge? Because the fool and as all questions

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okay, regarding the Hindus and Buddhists, same thing wanting insulate, advice, warning, insulate advice, and in some cases ostracize. That means like

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when somebody's got a disease what they do with a with the house

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when a disease breaks out.

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Now they don't call another word quarantine, you need to give it to quarantine. Sometimes ostracize and blah, reject, repel, stay away, leave him alone.

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Don't think that you have the qualities to reshape everybody.

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You know,

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some things are just too hot to handle, leave it alone. And the last category here that's just in red.

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I don't even have to tell you who they are.

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If you're going to ostracize and insulate, and warn these Hindus and Buddhists, whatever what you think about these headedness and satanic people and criminals

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as just read as Hellfire

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handle him with gloves, but they also require dour but we don't go to them in their place is on their terms. Trying to give them down. That does make sense.

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That's like trying to go down the hill calling some shout out to get him some dowel.

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We don't want to that's not our job. It's not our job. Okay, so let's go next.

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Where are we? Are we past that have now

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okay.

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We're going to go through no these issues christian fundamentalist Mohammed's the last one was taught by this what they believed from their ideas. Yes, he is a christian fundamentalist Mohammed Lawson was taught by the Quran. But I mean by the Christians and Jews, they say that Mohammed de la snam wrote or dictated the Quran stand Christian dogmas. I spent a little bit more time in those that will end that assessment, because that's kind of like the core anthropomorphism, who can remember what that is anthropomorphism. What is that?

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Taking the eye, creating the idea of man God. Yes, yes. Cosmic Christians, like the moonies evangelists, the Mormons, Jehovah, witness.

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His christian right wing extremist that's like the KKK and what else you call him the National Party in Christian missionary activities and conspiracies. This is might be seemingly like the most innocent of the Christians, but they are the most devious.

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The secularists dialectical materialist, the philosophies, idealist tomorrow's a humanist personalise to headedness, to say tonic worshipers atheists and agnostics to communist and socialist and Marxist to capitalist design is to imperialists

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deviant Muslim groups god ianis bro always could Annie's Nation of Islam more science temple Bahai wide eyed Yanis Shia

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Hindus and Buddhists, the Sikhs, towers, Star worshipers magicians and fortune tellers, the gypsies

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or somebody asked him about the Zoroastrians yesterday Who was that?

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Okay, these are the people who were historically, the interpreters of the stars. They used to worship the stars, select various stars as their patrons and use the movement of the stars to interpret the lives of people.

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It's a lot of things so today, the people who call themselves astrologers, not astronomers, but astrologers. They are extracting the whatever they're doing based upon the old ancient religion of the Zoroastrians.

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Okay, Tao organizations Islamic guys research we did this today, didn't we? Okay, good. We can close this out there.

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