Indoctrination and What to do with Education

Khalid Yasin

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Hello Africa

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shut off for yourself.

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Through Muhammad sallahu

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wa Salatu was Salam ala extrafill MBA were mousseline Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, wa salam ala ad he was happy he was watching what variaty arginine, Baba,

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salaam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu.

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My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam

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we have been requested

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to have a discussion

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about the importance

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of education

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is a very wide topic.

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So many books have been written about this topic by Greek scholars.

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And myself, I'm just a student of a student of a student. So what I'm going to be able to say.

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So if you're expecting me to give, you know, some kind of

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widening, or some kind of profound discussion upon this topic, you will be disappointed.

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I'm not going to try to do that.

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However,

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I will try my best to try to condense the topic into a capsule. So you can go home and think about this subject within the context of what I was able to give it to you.

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And you know,

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those who are hungry you don't need the apple orchard. You just need an apple.

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So

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I want to begin by saying

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I want to begin by making a statement of a great scholar.

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His name was Imam Shafi. Rahim Allah

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you know, someone asked Imam Shafi.

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They said can you give us a commentary

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on the surah which is called while Asri.

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And Imam Shafi he was very smart, he knew

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that scholars before him, they already read, they already wrote many books on this surah alone.

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So he did not want to disrespect what was already written. And he didn't want to take the responsibility of kind of like trying to say more. So see what he said.

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Let me remember, he said, Loma Ansar Allah who has written in a hulky

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it Allah had his Surah

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look of her tomb.

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If Allah subhanaw taala had not revealed any other proof

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except this

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it wouldn't have been enough. See the wisdom of Imam Shafi Rahim Allah

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so

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myself,

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you know, I'm just a revert Muslim who I was guided by Allah subhanaw taala. It wasn't like I was searching for Islam.

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Maybe inside I was searching and Allah subhanaw taala in his wide knowledge of what he can see, because he has some of your ideas.

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In his wide knowledge, he saw me wandering,

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stumbling, looking, checking, wanting something

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and just because he saw me stumbling, wandering, checking, he just gave me the favor and he guided me towards Islam.

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So, with this small amount of knowledge,

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just want to share with you

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the perspective that I have about education.

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Number one, let us keep in mind

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala

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he chose to begin

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his work

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with

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The words ikura

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see that, of all the words, Allah He chose to use to introduce his speech, his way to his creatures, the Quran, with the word ikura.

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You know and the word extra, it can mean different things.

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For someone who is able to read it is it is the fitness envelope.

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It is the fact that the form of the verb it is the Federal Register, it is the imposition, it is the command of the verb.

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So, for whoever is able to read,

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Allah ordered them to read, that's me and you,

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but to the one who is the receiver of the way itself, even though he first heard it as an order to read, and he responded to Jabril Allah Islam, I'm not able to read because he was not viewed on me.

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He was not the only that means the prophet who was unlettered, some people say the illiterate Prophet, this is incorrect. illiteracy is the absence of academic knowledge is the absence of formal knowledge to be illiterate, maybe you can't read, maybe you can't write, maybe you're not able to communicate properly, you're not able to able to make doodle turn refeed, or something like this. This is illiterate. That's not a description of the Prophet sallallahu.

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No, Allah in His wisdom, he knew that some people would accuse the prophets Allah and Sam of manufacturing the Quran. So Allah He sealed that off, they could not accuse him of that because he was a person who was overly known that he had no classical, he had no formal education to read or to write.

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So then they said, Okay, he brought some people from some different places to help him.

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But the way in which Allah He spoke, a group of people could not speak individually or collectively, they could not make the statements that the Quran make. So they just Allah, He dispelled them. So after some time, they say, Oh, he's, he's, he's, he's even touched by a magician. So they made five or six different accusations, because they didn't want to listen. The Quran was too profound. It's going to change their lifestyle, it's going to change their mindset, it's going to take them in a different direction. So and they was like, hesitant, they was like, resistant. And so Allah subhanaw taala, he defined the word ikura in different ways. until Muhammad saw us and he knew it did not

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mean read for him. It meant recite. So we now go to read and then recite now to recite is different.

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In recitation, you just have to listen.

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So most of our Islam is learning by listening.

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Subhan Allah.

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Most of our knowledge about Islam is not from reading and research is learning by listening.

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Or learning by observation.

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But for the prophets. Hello, Sam, it meant to recite, recite what? It got this mirror up because the Halacha so you see this, in the Name of the One who created so Allah came out to let you know that you're not able to read, you're not able to recite, unless you recognize the one who is the creator, let go.

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So, you know, whoever is atheist or agnostic or who's politis or who is confused, who is resistant, who has Kaffir, who has visited or whatever, Allah has confound them in just these few verses.

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So the word ikura is a word towards education.

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No Muslim needs to defend or expound upon the issue of reading or reciting, or research or seeking education.

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And our Prophet sallahu wa salam,

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even though he was the recipient of wacky he did learn things from other people.

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That any, any type of beneficial knowledge, any kind of beneficial knowledge.

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The Prophet saw some he told us, and some of them some of them are had the theme. They said that this hadith or two will end

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Well have you seen they said this is a weak Hadith? Well, I'm relating it because there is no Hadith that refutes it. And there's no I have Quranic refuted. So I'm related to him because nobody said it wasn't a hadith. So whatever the masala hat, or whatever the level of it is, I leave that for the scholars, but generally as the person who's an appreciator of knowledge, and loving the Prophet saw all the same. He said, Seek knowledge. What, foreseen what he said he seen, because at that time, China, he never went to China. But he was told, he was advised that China was one of the most remote places in the world.

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So our profits, a lot of them, it's okay, I need to put this on.

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Okay.

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He knew, he was told by people, that China was one of the furthest parts of the world. And he knew that if there's a civilization, in that part of the world, that some Muslims, that some Arabs or some human beings, they went there, they got some evidence from there, and they brought it back. And they told him so and so he said, Okay, see, knowledge, even if you have to go to China

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SubhanAllah. See, now we can understand by looking at the globe, we can go on Google giggle, giggle, whatever we use it. And we can see the expensiveness how profound that statement of the problem is. So

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brothers and sisters, I want to put this issue of education within context.

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And I want to make sure that I distinguish

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education, from indoctrination.

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They almost sound the same.

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And the person who is, is not careful, they may feel once they have been indoctrinated, that they also educated.

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Now the results of indoctrination is quite different from a thorough education. You see, indoctrination prepares you to maybe understand, to express to comply, to conform to some system, in this case, Islam.

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So some people, they go somewhere and they learn the fact of Islam. They go somewhere, and they learn the some other sciences of Islam, they applied, they go somewhere, and they learn the Sierra, they go somewhere and they learn the Arabic language, they go somewhere and they learn a hadith, they lay the castle Ambia they understand. They state the Lord memorization of the Quran, and Eleanor Regehr and other kinds of things. And they spend maybe 5678 years or 10 years or 12 years, and they come back with some kind of undergrad or graduate degree in

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Islam in the ultimate deal. And that's great.

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But if that's the source of their knowledge

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that's not really profound education.

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Now, I don't want to be

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dialectical about this matter, because maybe some of you here you had that kind of education, and maybe you feeling like I'm trivializing your education, I'm not.

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In fact, I'm not being subjective about demand at all.

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Here I'm making a distinction between indoctrination

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is like becoming aware

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and understanding the premises of the religion, the Highway of the religion, the rules of the religion, the regulations of the religion, how to expound upon it, how to teach it, and spread it to other people. This is still basically indoctrination. So you know, in America, and I can use America as a as a reference.

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I was in the military service.

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And

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before they place you in some particular expertise, or some field of work, you have to go through something called boot camp. You heard that? What kind of camp?

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What kind of Camp

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boot camp, they call it, they call it boot camp, because during that time you were with boots on the ground. You don't mean you learn in all the orientation of military life, how to how to get up how to dress, how to follow the command, how to do this, how to do that, and it's all regimentation. At the end of six weeks or eight weeks. You just like a robot, you know, you know how to move or do whatever. You don't have to think about nothing. This is called boot camp. You know, some Muslims they still in boot camp after 10

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years

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established that bootcamp

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the Prophet Slauson said, Men Salah

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Yakubu V Alma sal Allahu Allahu Turrican Illa Jana, alchemical rasool Allah, He Salah listen, you heard that.

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So Islam was not a bootcamp. Sam was not just about indoctrination, Islam was about the refinement of information, what is it

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the refinement of information,

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taking information from its sources,

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keeping it within the context and refining your behavior, refining the knowledge itself, so that you can pass it on to people in a package disciplined way. This is what we have in all fields of knowledge, that now we call it

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developed and disciplined education.

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So why do we need that?

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Now indoctrination is necessary. You know, when a child is born, the child is not educated, the child is first indoctrinated.

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The child reaches for something that they should not reach for the mother or father will slap the hand of the child and tell them know that the child will cry, but the child will know the next time they reach out. That's not a good thing.

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But this is elementary knowledge. This is like immature information. Because the child does not have what developed mentality.

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That child has to be led, taught, breastfeed, guided, nurtured. So that child has to spend time being indoctrinated, being insulated, being fed little by little, little bit until the child is eating food at the table with the adults.

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This is what indoctrination is.

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And here in my Dewberry,

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you have had probably one of the most

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primary

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graphic

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demonstrations

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of religious indoctrination gone wrong.

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Do we need religious indoctrination? Of course they do. But people who themselves are uneducated, they have a jealousy, they have bad reaction, they have a misunderstanding of the byproduct, the destination, the objective of refined information that leads to leads to education, and because of their indoctrination, and their warped sense of inflammation, they became extremist

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and how much damage they cause before they was crushed. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala not only just to crush them, protect their ashes and bury it

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not just crushed him and put them down, but to bury the ashes in the ground so it never comes up again.

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Because of the damage. This is why we have to be careful of religious extremism, because people become religious extremists for two reasons.

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Loving the religion too much.

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You know everything is too much.

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Good a lot of water is too much you drown in just drinking water.

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You know sex is good between married couples but too much or too much.

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Too much food is imbalanced.

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You know on this subject, I want to just say something that may

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that may personify something, you know our prophets Allah Sam he mentioned as one of his son, he says we are a people and some of the scholars here they can correct me. He said that we are a people

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who we do not eat

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unless we are hungry.

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And we don't continue eating until we are for Say Subhan Allah.

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So most of the Muslims is going against this sunnah completely. Whenever the food arrived, they eat.

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They thinking about food all day.

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And when the food arrives everybody said yella, yella yella. So, where'd this come from?

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This is the Hawaii.

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This is a desire. It has become a part of the culture. And this is why in traveling around the world, I decided that

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I enjoy the culture of the people, but I'm not following them and all of that. Otherwise, I want them to be fat belly guy.

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No pun intended by the people who might be naturally fat.

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But being fat belly is not a natural disposition of the man.

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It's a sign of too much consumption. And our Prophet saw Sam said, the stomach is the mother of all diseases.

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This means what we should follow his simple sunnah. And do what? Only eat when you're hungry, and don't complete eat, don't compete. Don't continue eating until you're full from tally, you understood.

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Okay.

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So,

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so we've had a taste.

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And we've had a taste of a direct taste and interaction with religious extremism. We're not the only ones. Here's my duty, you will not the only ones. This religious extremism and the last 20 years have killed and destroyed and undermined the civilization of Muslims more than the invasion of all the Kufa

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think about that. Muslims who claim to love Islam and represent Islam, the damage that they did to the they didn't do no damage to Islam because Allah subhanho wa Taala high and Sublime is He and the prophets, a lot of similar code can look confused or soon a little subtle hustler. So they did not touch Islam. But the image of the Muslims was like, destroy.

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So much so that if you get on a plane and you you gotta live here, or you get ready to go to the airport, you say Allahu Akbar, the people is running.

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Why? Because some people who claim to represent Islam, and to love Islam, following some regulations, based upon their own subjective information, they undermined the very spirit of Islam.

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And now our job is

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after this extremism has been confronted.

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It has been dispelled and buried. Now our jobs do what?

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plant new seeds in the ground

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and give a new impression. Proper impression of Islam that is you young brothers and sisters who have survived.

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So that's indoctrination.

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And we Muslims in the West, we had to apologize for those ignorant extreme Muslims who did this and that people was asking us, oh, your Islam do this. Your Islam says that. I'm telling them look, I wasn't there. I'm not a part of that. Why are you blaming me? Why are you blaming Islam? Islam has nothing to do with that. Until now, we are still doing that.

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This is what

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improper extreme

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indoctrination can do.

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So now let's switch over to education.

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Education

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is not narrow. Education expands the mentality.

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Education expands the possibilities. Education reaches down deep into the earth and across the oceans and reaches down from the sky and brings us all kinds of benefits that we're using today because of what education

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and a society

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that is refined in education will lead the world even though they might be people move CD. Look how Allah is just some people just sit in Mushrikeen but because of knowledge what Allah did Allah He lifted civilization up. Is it right or wrong?

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Hello, is it right or wrong?

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You don't think so. Okay.

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So somebody has shown me a Muslim made fool.

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Do you have a Muslim aid phone?

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The only phone I know right now that's been produced in a Muslim country. It's not even a completely like a it's not a majority Muslim country is Rwanda. Did you know that?

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The only phone that's been produced in a Muslim country until now, I don't know I didn't read yesterday. I didn't read last month. But I read that Rwanda produced a food the first government

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where there's a population significant population of Muslims. They produced a full Africa

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not China, not Japan.

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I'm not Microsoft, no, Rwanda. I'm just thinking about what happened to Rwanda just what 30 years ago,

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the travesty that took place in Rwanda, how Allah subhanho wa Taala he allowed that travesty that extremism that afterwards he gave that country the opportunity to use the technology and to create a phone Say Subhan Allah.

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So,

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Allah he made a statement, he said something like this,

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he said that Allah subhanaw taala is just

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and he will not replace, he will not replace

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a

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he will not replace him.

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He will not replace a Kaffir criminal, government or authority

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as long as they are producing benefit for the human beings. He not going to replace him not going to replace them by Muslims who believe in Allah subhanaw taala but they given no benefit to the people Say Subhan Allah. That's his subjective summary. And I think that he's a man that we can look at and say that he had some knowledge, you know, if you read his, if you look at his books, the book called Buddhism has made the book called

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fatawa is that is the name of his,

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his name of his books, his books

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Italie fatawa

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al fatawa

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Okay, so if a man like that made a statement like that, then we should use it as a reflection. That should give us an understanding. Why is Allah subhanaw taala preserving

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most rekeyed

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like China, Muslim 18, like in America, Muslim 18 In Germany, Musa King all over the world, India was preserving them and giving them preserving their civilization and made Muslims subordinate and consumers to what they are given, while last ones that are doing that. Why because they're giving the most benefit to the human beings is a sign of education.

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A man wants to ask the Prophet sallahu wa sallam chef, you know, when I'm talking, I'm see the clock right there. But in between while I'm talking, sometimes I'm thinking about my wife, thinking about my children. I'm thinking about the food that we're going to have later on. And you know, I might get forget. So check, just you know, like, if I go to clock, just tap me, you know, let me know. Because like, I'm doing something I love and you know, when you do something you love, you can forget.

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Okay, brothers. Good. So, what I said, What was I saying?

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Oh, yeah, good. Thank you, brother.

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A man after Prophet SAW sent one day. And you know, a lot of the very profound days that our profit loss and said it was because somebody asked a question. You see, someone asked a question. And then Allah He gave the profits or lost him the capability, something that Allah did not give any profits before him. It was called Jawan miam caliber. You heard that right.

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Joanne, me and Caleb, it means like pregnant words, or prolific words, that in every age, those words is producing new meanings. Even though the words are small.

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The meanings are powerful. So see what this man asked the prophets a lot of the same, and this is related to the topic. He said, Yeah, Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam.

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Which

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person?

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is the best?

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Like simple? Who's the best?

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Now this question could be asked in a lot of different ways in the problem, he answered the same question. Within a different context. He answered this in like 15 to 20 different IDs is similar.

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You know, he asked him, you know, which action is the best, but in this case, he's asking what person is the best?

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See his answer so Lago salah, he says, Hi to nurse,

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my young nurse

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alchemical rasool Allah He SallAllahu wasallam.

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The best of people is those who give the most

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benefit to the people. Now, of course, those who have a man will be the best of the best.

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But you're not going to be the best people just because you know Islam and you give no benefit to the people because that's not consistent. Okay with the gift that Allah has given to us.

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It's okay.

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Everything's alright. Okay.

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So,

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education

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is geared

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to this. Okay, chef, I don't need to drink. No, no, no, it's okay. I'm good. You know, I can American, we say I'm good

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because, you know, if I, if I'm in my, if I'm in my theater, you know, if I'm in the university, and this is my theater, and I'm talking to students, and they want to be reached open up vulnerable. So Hola. Just not Starbucks.

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This is a class.

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If you can't stop, you can't resist drinking and eaten for a few minutes. There's a lack of discipline. And I appreciate the consideration. But I just got finished eating some watermelon, and some add ons, and drinkin and chillin, and all that there. So let's call for I really need some, I'm not gonna drink no water, because then you maybe you want to drink some water that we lost our concentration.

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You understand me? Good.

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So, education is necessary. All governments in the world today makes it worth it

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for children to be educated.

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Why? Because without educated people, the society will not function well. The society will not be competitive, the society cannot develop institutions. So therefore, in order for that to happen, the government makes it why jump upon the parents to take the children to school, and prepare them to do what for a place in the society where they will be a benefit to the society. So the premise of education is to do benefit for the society as opposed to indoctrination. So we got that part. Okay, sure how much time we got left?

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We still got what 15 minutes? Okay, so now we are at the top of the platform plateau, we got to we got the premise of education was was ikura Is that correct?

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We have the definition of education, which is to benefit society,

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benefit the human be and benefit the society. And we have the distinction between indoctrination and education, is that correct? So now we have to plateau universe at the top of the mountain. Because we got a clear understanding, there is no view which is more profound than the view at the top of the mountain. But now, when you get to the top of the mountain, you need to come down. So we're going to come downhill now

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to see what are the results

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to education, where it leads to?

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Well, first of all,

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the one who is educated has the opportunity

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to lead.

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And at the end of the day, human beings need to be led. Not just faith, but what

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led because animals can eat

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and display their power.

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But animals also need to be led.

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Human beings choose leaders.

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They select leaders.

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And Allah subhanaw taala wants each one of us to be in a position of leadership. And the Hadith of the Prophet SAW said he said, Oh, cool. Each one of you is right.

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You're the woman she's right over her and the man is right over his congregation.

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And the woman she's right over the over her husband about her husband has given her responsibility of and Angela you will all be must own in front of Allah subhanaw taala about the responsibility he gave to you. So leadership is one of the responsibilities that come out of proper education and social refinement.

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So now what are the requirements of a leader? Because each one of us we are a leader in a different capacity. First, the leader has to have vision and mission

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What?

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Good now, I got 15 points here.

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Each one of those points can be supported by Quran and Sunnah. I could give you also a bibliography, where you can read through and see oh, this way that book, there's a book on this subject, because I've read certain books leading to each one of the titles I'm giving you. So the first one is leadership.

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One of the responsibilities of leadership is that the leader if that leader wants to give the most benefit to his or her nation, that leader must have a new, powerful, relevant vision and mission.

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Number two,

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that leader must be self motivated.

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The leader should not be dependent upon exterior motivation. So what's the next one?

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self motivation

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that leader must be optimistic

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and positive minded.

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Okay, Ethan fatten the promises not mentioned in another Hadith is somebody classified as being weak. But I'm using the Hadith anyway, because I didn't find any is of Quran or Hadith which it polarizes against. So I'm using sometimes a weak Hadith, because it's just beautiful. And if somebody says, well, that's a weak Hadith, okay, so just let's use it as a like, like, if you don't believe it's a hadith,

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he's clever.

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He has good personality.

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He's amenable and his personality, people like him. He's personable. He's smart, he's resourceful.

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This qualities of a good leader.

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The leader must also be emotionally stable.

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You know, if you have a leader, and in the middle of his commandments, he started crying and become emotionally overwhelmed.

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What that will do,

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so he had to take control of himself.

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Secondly, maybe he can use humor, but he's not a comedian.

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He has to be serious.

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To give a command, you have to be serious.

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You have to have some level of authority.

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Then that leader has to have self confidence.

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What's the word?

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Okay, so let's move this self confidence outside of the human being into the animal kingdom.

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So, this animal which is called the king of the jungle, what animal is dead? Sea sea. Nobody has any doubt about it's not a bird,

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the lion. But the lion is not like a rhinoceros. It's not like a hippopotamus. There's not like an elephant. The lion don't have that kind of stuff. So why is that lion the king of the jungle? Because the lion has what?

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Excuse me?

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No, no.

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Attitude.

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The lion has attitude. When he arrives, his attitude shoots out. Everybody see him this Oh,

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the lion is here.

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The hippopotamus, the rhinoceros, the water buffalo, the giraffe. All of them see the lion and all of them start getting things together and moving because of attitude.

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The Muslim

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with a man has to develop what? The correct the leader must have what?

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The correct attitude. There's a bird among all the 1000s of birds, which also is called the King of the sky.

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Which bird is that?

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See everybody agree?

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Because the eagle not only does it have a wingspan of 45 feet or 50 feet, something like that. But that eagle can fly at 20,000 feet in the sky and he can see a rabbit running on the ground.

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And he can fly and see what's checked that rabbit and he checked the wind and he comes down flying at about 250 miles an hour and soon.

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There's no the bird can do that.

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The Hawk is a powerful bird. But when the Hawks see that eagle coming down with the Hawks due

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to God

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Because the eagle is what

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king of the sky,

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the leader

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has to have the attitude of the lion, and also the vision of the eagle.

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The leader must be decisive conclusive.

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He has to come to a decision even when people themselves are in disagreement.

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You might develop who Davia you know that the treaty of who Davia when the problems are slim, he had several decisions to make and all that, but he was already visited by Jabril la Sam and gave him walking about the issue. And so when he told the Companions, the decision that was made, most of them they did not agree is that right? Those who know the sealer, right, and tooling, and other people wrote the law and they didn't agree they thought it was a bad deal. But the process of overseeing the why he so he just tell them chill out like that. He didn't say chill out, but you know, he told him just be easy, because they love the prophesy awesome. And it was trained in it.

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Tabata, Russell's a lot of them, they accepted, but they didn't like it until later on the way he came, didn't they understood it.

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So the prophets a lot of sand, because he's a man under wahi, and discipline, he was able to make very decisive, very conclusive decisions, another trait of leadership.

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The leader has to have passion,

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he has to be enthusiastic.

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He has to be able to expand

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and motivate his people.

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To leader has to be accountable, he can't just do whatever he wants to do.

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He has to be responsible.

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And there are people around him who had to put the leader in check.

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He's not a prophet. Nobody had to put a prophet in check. The prophet is already in check. But anyone who's not a prophet, he has to have people around him or her who do what, keep the leader in check. Because even a leader has to be responsible.

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The leader has to keep focus, so many things to do. Focus. Can you imagine being the president of Nigeria, you know, people want to criticize and say this? I you know, I would do this, I would do that why he didn't just just because you got a democratic country? If he was somewhere else, you wouldn't be saying that. You just keep your mouth shut, keep from going to jail.

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But because the democratic country everybody got an opinion, or he should or I should I think this and that, no.

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Look,

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a president of a country.

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When he gets up in the morning, and enters his office, he has 30 or 40 decisions need to be made within that same hour.

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That could be affecting the lives of the people. And the well being of the country. Could any one of you do that? Just because you got a PA DDD?

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No, you couldn't. So just keep quiet.

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Learn to keep quiet. And don't criticize just because you got a mouth and you got a mind to take

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the leader. Secondly,

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the leader has to be open for learning. He cannot be closed minded. There was a president of the United States of America. His name was John F. Kennedy. I think everybody heard of him. One of his traits is that he every morning, when he came into his office, he was a speed reader. They had a stack of newspapers, about 30 newspapers of the major countries in the world. And when he came into his office, he went through all those newspapers and read the headlines. So when he put them over to the side, and he met with his cabinet, he knew what was going on in the entire world. Look at that.

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A leader has to have those characteristics.

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He has to have empathy.

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In the Quran, when Allah spoke about Sulaiman, Allah, Islam, who had power beyond, I mean, he had extraordinary power beyond even what the mind can imagine. Allah gave to him, is that correct? But do you remember when he was walking with his army?

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And there was some ants in front of him? Right? You remember that story?

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And he heard those ants saying, move out away because as soon as AMI is coming, he heard them and what did he do?

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He smiled and he diverted them away.

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Because he had empathy for them. So the leader who's not sensitive, doesn't have empathy for the people. He will not last long.

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The leader must be persuasive, because there's times when there's going to be opposition

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Sometimes that opposition is justified,

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but he has already made a decision. So what he's got to do, he's got to collect those people together and use his charm. What's the other word for charm

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to persuade people, which is another word for it

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well, it's a special skill that Allah subhanaw taala gives to a leader, where he is able to, like he can convince the people about his position. That's a special skill.

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He can convince the electorate and he can convince the eloquent both. This is called persuasiveness.

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The leader has to be able to build a team, because he can't do much by himself. Is that right or wrong?

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He has to be a team builder, he has to be a leader of that team. He's got to make different teams, and he's got to coordinate them.

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He's got to create creative, he's got to foster creativity. That means new things, new technology, new challenges, diseases, situations, he's got to invest the money properly. This is not easy. But this is a part of leadership. And the leader has got to be dedicated to social change. What's the last point?

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Because things are not stable. Things Not just static, things are changing. Human beings are changing, the world is changing, technology is changing. And the leader

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has to also respond to that change. How many of us understand the challenge now of leadership?

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How many of us appreciate more of the challenge of leadership after this description here? How many of us? I mean, I do.

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I do.

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You don't?

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So I'm asked his you can say lo whatever you say hallelujah. You know, you can say anything you want. I just want to make sure that we are on the same page. And that we get not just the same thing because we were coming down to the end.

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So this is the product of education. This is why you need to stay in now. Complete your education and move out further because motivation, inspiration is built upon properly placed information. And all of that together is the process of education.

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Did you understand that?

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Okay, do I get five stars? Do I get three stars but I get

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lower, but

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Allahu Akbar. Okay. The last thing I want to say to you, brothers and sisters is that

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education leads to the responsibility of leadership. And it is a manner it is in a manner

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that Allah He offered to the heavens, and the mountains is correct. But they refused.

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But the human being he accepted, but what the law he called the human be

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the woman, another word,

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Jehovah.

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So is that stupid, you're not stupid by accepting responsibility. It isn't a matter. But the human being is always over estimating and under estimating somebody else and over estimating themselves.

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The human being must be accountable, the human being must be responsible. The human being must have political power, must have general consensus of the local people must have deep knowledge and respect for the local Constitution must have the ability to allow people to nominate

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and must take the consensus of the people now all this is related to education.

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As I said to you, brothers and sisters,

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these 15 points of leadership is the outcome of education and makes a distinction between education and indoctrination. And it's all comes out of and extracted out of the first verses of the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala said ikura acre of the spirit of the color the Holo, you know, how Allah subhanaw taala he started the whole process of refined education that the world had never seen before. Just for these words. Ikura so have you said that brothers and sisters, I want to say that I want to show my gratitude. Chef Can I have my phone for a minute?

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Because you know, like in our country

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If we don't have like, his honor, His Excellency, His His Highness. These are all beautiful titles, but I get confused sometimes because I'm from New York.

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So I just want to make sure you know that I'm saying things right, because I am grateful to Allah subhanaw taala for the people who invited me and the people who

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trusted me to come here and make these presentations. One is

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Professor Zulu, the Honorable Professor zulum, the governor of Borno State.

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Number two

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is the spiritual, Shehu

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the spiritual ruler of the Muslims of Borno State, Alhaji Abubakar Alma che who of Borno.

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And thirdly, our sponsor,

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dynamic personality. After reading his profile,

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Dr. M. K diquat, the founder of the unsub Foundation, and his 15 or so chairman, who met me at the airport, I've never been met, at any airport in the world, but such a distinguished group of people.

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I've been to 102 countries. I've been to guest of like five different heads of state, a guy from Brooklyn, you know me.

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So, you know, I'm honored, but for 15 chairmen of different departments to meet me at the airport. That's like wow.

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Now, it would have been nice if each one of them had a bag of gold.

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But I didn't expect that and I don't deserve that.

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The fact that I've been selected to come here and be entrusted with giving you what I've given you.

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I'm thankful to Allah subhanaw taala and very grateful to young people, for Listen to me. And I ask Allah subhanaw taala to make what I've said relevant to you,

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and that Allah causes all of this to benefit you. And that Allah will write this down on my Amazon and on your Amazon. And I also want to give my gratitude to one of my colleagues, the emir, Omar El Faro, el bello

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in Abuja, very dynamic person. He was not able to join us, although he's one of the most respected people I met in Abuja.

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And he sent his crew who sent his tea with me,

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very responsible for distinguished people. And I appreciate that too. And I brought with me, two of my colleagues, who also from Nigeria, you know, I tell people all the time and he said, Who's your who's your multimedia crew?

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I tell him I got I got some guys from Nigeria and said what, what, what and not from America? I said didn't matter what he had. They are professional. They are proficient

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you know, and they were the ones who made the connection to help this happen May Allah bless him also. And then I've been received by some of the best people and then I've been listened to by

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the probably the faces and the minds of the future. Thank you so very much for that.

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I will shift Professor

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Rifai

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or modify

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our professor he's going to give you like think a translation and how

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not Fulani?

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Okay, okay, and how he's going to give you like a mock test. And how to ask Allah subhanaw taala we say Subhana Allah and what the handshake. When I said to Allah, Allah He didn't want to stop for Okona to break was salam aleikum? wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh.

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But I'm sorry, I forgot to mention our Imam whole hour

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