Khalid Yasin – A Strange Gentleman In Europe German Documentary

Khalid Yasin
AI: Summary © The discussion of the "immoral behavior" of Muslims during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the use of mask and controversial language, is highlighted. The negative impact of current president's actions on their movement for peace and the importance of participating in society is also discussed. The speakers touch on the "median" movement and its potential for oppression and social suppression, as well as the use of negative language in media and political response. They also mention the history and authority of the Islamic Court, including its establishing council and setting up a general panel of opinion, and the potential for political response through hate language and the "monster" language.
AI: Transcript ©
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For the evil of miracle of God was controversial a Muslim Baedeker shake Holly to have sent to NATO.

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When I'm traveling outside the United States, occasionally they may stop me on my way out

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if it's an international flight,

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but for sure, when I go back,

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because I'm on a list,

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so they'll stop me and they'll go through the 3132 questions. You come into the states. Yes. And,

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and this time, this was the first time that

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the British

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Metropolitan Police

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and I believe one of the people that was there with Scotland Yard also that they stopped me questioning me

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wanting to understand

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what am I coming here for?

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The British, they're able to mask their arrogance

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and use their historical savvy and dealing with Muslims.

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The more cordial

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they don't make you feel.

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They're very courteous.

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But the mechanisms are basically the same.

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Thing controversially, unlike henskee name Shai Khalid Yaseen Denmark has gained silence in oppose only for a holiday abandoned, as seen here is the logic

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seems like somebody set it up real good for us over here.

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have taxes on that. So awkward move to difficult apps with Tinder

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you simply have to vote but a few years ago, we did it but the person on we had devoted their life to as the promised a lot of things that after this correct sister knows that don't stop from voting. If you went to a restaurant and you ate and something happened in the food was bad, you wouldn't stop eating. Okay, but voting is a moral obligation. That's what I'm telling Muslims. It's a privilege. It's a privilege. It gives us power influence, but islamically it is a moral obligation to select to nominate somebody.

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First of all, I want to thank you because I don't know if you remember that seven months ago, here in Antwerp. I was here and thanks to you. I converted to Islam, Mashallah. Mashallah, I really want to thank you for that. Thank you so much.

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It's my honor. It was an honor for me. Thank you so much. What's your name? Sister, Hannah.

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Hannah? Yes, that I took the Islamic names Maya, so Maya, Mallory was in preserving your faces inshallah, thank you so much. I would like to SSR DVDs over there because I don't have enough money right now. Now you don't don't worry about it. You can go check the one you want. You

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know, I want to I want to give my really I want to get what you take what you want, and you get what you want. No problem. Okay, take my card. My card is on the other desk. In fact, I'll give you one I have with me. You can use this card to send me an email I'll send you a copy of all my sites.

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up hope to pass capacity will have a higher number.

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To speak to

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those men and women

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who around who's surrounded, who supported, who followed, who listened, who obeyed. Who Loved who's

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sacrifice for the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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they were

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the strangers

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so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who said

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this religion, this Deen In the beginning it came as a stranger

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every day, every morning and it will return again as a stranger. So welcome glad tidings to the strangers

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no doubt Islam carries with it

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the residual of so many different cultures the Arab culture, the African culture the Asian culture. So when Muslims come to Europe Not only is their idea ideology somewhat strange but they're carrying with them also strange cultures so this this strange upon strange the way it impacts upon most Europeans immediately looks like it's a bit odd strange unusual.

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But that is so with almost everything that is introduced to people that they haven't seen before. It's a plague on the hurting hand. Come on me it clap poolscape to know that yes, so you're probably in the photo in Denmark will own medical and I won't ask you the Hindenburg Elon did it will began Garner believer in me to another article that Vicki mine and her own miska de la noon seen a half Nolan Ventimiglia occur, that we're going to answer a series of Ventimiglia own minska office of paint all the notes into half normal community. Here, we're going to go independent audit TV gamma girl, what do you think of homosexuality? in the sight of God, everyone is equal.

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But we're not the same. But what about homosexuality? I don't have an opinion. But I'll give you the the position of the principle in Islam, that it is a progressive behavior, and it is a criminal behavior. We should be tolerant.

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We don't have to agree. But we have to tolerate because we're citizens understand that this is supposed to be live.

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Okay, good. So they're gonna make it live when I get there? Yes, okay, good.

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So don't become animals. Don't become criminals. Don't become less than what you what you are.

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Check yourself, look at your life. Look at your mother, look at your father, look at your family, take the time to read the Quran. Thank the Lord for the blessings that He has given to you. thank the Lord for where you are. Now what is more valuable than liberty. Therefore, I say that you young people, you need to be grateful to this country, I will say you got to agree to everything. But you need to be grateful, because you've been given something. And let's look at the reality. How many Muslims are living from a western country, once they have lived here for a year or two, and going back to their countries with a one way ticket?

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I would say not even 1%. So again, we have these contradictions. And I'm being honest with you, that in my presentations, trying to reform the thinking of Muslims. And so I would just say to Western people that

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let the fire burn, it'll go out these young men who have radical extremist and shouting and reacting, they're going to get older. And as they get older, the fire goes down. Okay, and and i think that this is another side, especially in America.

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I'm witnessing a tremendous amount of young people that are very educated,

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very moderate.

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And we don't have any radical mosques in America. We don't have this problem in America.

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It's a phenomenon of Europe. And I think it's a phenomenon of Europe, because the Europeans haven't dealt with it properly.

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The Americans have allowed or have promoted people to migrate into the society like a melting pot. And you don't find this this anger. You don't find this. But you find people who have been in America for a year or two.

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If you ask them, are you an American? Of course, I'm an American. But you find people who have been here in Europe for three generations, and they don't want to call themselves Dutch or they don't want to call themselves British. I think that the society itself, the hosting society, I don't think they do approaching the problem.

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20 minutes, I think

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we're going to the Delft Technical University, I think that's where we're going.

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Well, I think that the students here, like many students

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around the world, especially in the western civilization's,

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they're trying to reconcile

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their ideological values and their academic aspirations and how they're going to merge the two of those together.

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A lot

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of these young people have been frustrated and

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despondent to a certain degree, and I'm sort of like the Ghostbuster.

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It is important for them to understand who they are,

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and the values of the

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religion or their system of life, but it's more important for them to understand where they are.

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I'm reminding them this is Holland. And, and you, your parents, by the way, they're not going back anywhere.

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As I understand it, our discussion today is about participation in the society.

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Many of our classical scholars and students of knowledge who have studied with them are of the opinion that it is irreligious, for Muslims, to participate in a non Muslim society. Now,

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not only am I going to demonstrate that that is preposterous,

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but I'm also also going to show that it is an Islamic postulate.

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That is, we must participate in the society not doing so we will be blameworthy in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I would ask, I wanted to be a little interactive here. I want to ask how many people here can honestly say, as a Muslim living in this country, how many people took the time

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to extract the Constitution of this country, take it home and look at those 15 2030 or whatever pages it is, and try to understand the constitutionality and the social political persona of this country in terms of its values, its principles, how many of you can say that you did that?

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If you don't participate, you will never be empowered. It is as simple as that. If you don't participate, how can you yourself be elected? How can you be appointed? How can you be consulted if you're not participating?

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I didn't say Muslims should run for office. I don't want anybody here to say that Chicago said that I didn't say that. If that's your ambition, there is a there is different fatawa that's been established, where Muslim can run for office in this society or another given society? Well, we should participate in the society to the extent that the society allows us, you see to plant and to cultivate, and to generate the Islamic values inside of that society. We should go as far as we can to do that. Why? Because the society has provided us the privilege and the opportunity to do that.

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Thank you, brother.

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I happened to be a Muslim. So the moral values, you see the moral values that drive my views on Islam. But I'm not a person preaching about Islam, calling people to Islam. That's not my ambition.

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I was born a Christian.

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So religion and Jesus Christ in particular was a very much

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part of my life.

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I was raised in foster homes, so kind of being shifted and farmed out to different

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Christian families, and having been exposed to the morality of Christianity in its various denominations.

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When I arrived that the higher part of my adolescence,

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this was the turbulent 60s.

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The word Islam was in the news, there was a group of people called the Nation of Islam.

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on one particular occasion, I was riding the train, I can remember and there was an article in The New York Times.

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That article in New York Times was a letter written by the person better known as Malcolm X, about his experience in Mecca.

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by protecting a man who I myself, we can see that he has grown a beard.

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So this must have been around November or December of 1964. And of course, he was assassinated in February of 1965. Morality unit.

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As long as I could do that I teach us all day long.

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To respect law enforcement officers, as long as these law enforcement officers respect themselves, were non violent with people who are non violent with us, but we are not non violent with anyone who is violent. The * or the African American as I was, it wasn't difficult to relate to this new morality. It's already there in Scripture.

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It's been articulated now a different way.

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So for me, the first time I heard Malcolm, I just heard a person who's who's like fearless

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and articulate, not just fearless, but articulate.

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entertaining, mainly, that team was humorous. Of course, Malcolm is saying that a maraca does it want us here? Because that's the problem. Well, I think maybe Muslims in Europe may be thinking that the Europeans don't want us here. But it's a difference. Those who are feeling that Europe doesn't want them there. They may themselves be quite European.

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Or they may be the second and third generation of immigrants.

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And so they're feeling rejection from Europe, like African Americans were feeling rejection from America.

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Rejection for different reasons. But I think again, Malcolm is being very visionary in that he's starting out by saying that the way to avert clash

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is to have open dialogue.

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These young children of Muslim immigrants in Europe they're going to the mosque, some of them from their own motivation, others because it's just expected of them. But when they get there,

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they don't find the voice. They hear people talking classical, or they Arabic or do or some other language, and they're respecting it but they're not as the young kid says, I'm feeling angry with that does the language Okay, so

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he you see start to see them going a different way.

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I think

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That the voice of a person like Malcolm,

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if you just listen to it and don't look at it

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a young

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Moroccan or Algerian

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Somalian or from Ghana or Nigeria or Bosnian or whatever young Muslim, whether in America or in Europe, they can relate almost immediately to that message.

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I think the main reason is that these young people were looking for something to liberate them to give them a new identity

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a new

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plan, and I should be foolish to borrow money.

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As I understand it, we are here today to discuss the banning of the hijab in the public schools of Belgium.

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And so we need to discuss

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the background we need to discuss the environment we need to discuss the definition of the hijab itself because we cannot be certain that all Muslims understand

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what is the hijab?

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If a Muslim woman hasn't read the Quran, she has not read the son of the Prophet tells them she is wearing Hijab because her father said her grandfather said it's just the people her town, her village, her country, she was wearing it in spite of whatever she questioned why in her heart, no connection to Allah shaped drawing from her own choice. She feel like she'd been compelled to do that. That's called the cultural hijab.

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But that has nothing to do with Islam. That has to do with ignorant people who gave her that thinking and that ignorant that unfortunate ignorant sister who's thinking like that.

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Now, they also say that he Java is a political statement.

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You know, as if a woman wearing a scarf on her head, somehow another it turns into some kind of political statement like I am Muslim, check me out. We want to establish the Islamic State. You know, we not we not with the kaphas we're not in obedience, you know, we this will we'll check us out. We are extremists. Check us out. We are fanatics. Check us out. We're with Qaeda, check us out. We would Taliban. You know, like as if a sister just choosing to cover herself protect herself is making some kind of a political statement. It's just absurd.

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Muslim countries I want to emphasize

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are in fact, using the hijab as a tool of oppression and a social suppression and denial of women that Muslim countries does not Islamic countries.

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The profits last him didn't use corporal

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enforcement. That means forcing women to wear the hijab in the Muslim countries. This wasn't the time of the processing wasn't in time at the foot of Rashidi. Therefore, we can say that Muslims around the world who are forcing their daughters or their mothers or their wives to wear the hijab, either to school or anywhere else, they are violating the principle of Islam. As a matter of fact, if your wife, or your daughter or your sister tomorrow, just woke up and change her mind. And instead of putting on his jabs, she just put on a bikini and walked out the door.

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Well, you would be surprised, you would be shocked. But there's nothing you can do.

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You can talk to her, but you can't even put your hands on her to stop her from going outside the door because then therefore, you violated another rule. So Muslims need to understand where they are.

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They see me as a person interfering. They think that I shouldn't be like a firebrand speaker.

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But I'm a firebrand speaker talks to them about reforming their behavior.

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The older people don't like it, the younger people tolerate it.

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Certainly, we can say this,

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the treatment of animals in this country is more sophisticated than the treatment of human beings in the Muslim world.

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That's a fact. Now, I'm not, I didn't read that in the book. You know, I've been all over the Muslim world. And I can see that as the animal rights in this country is more guaranteed, and more sophisticated than the human rights in the Muslim world. So do we have something to be grateful for? Of course, we do it, I get the best part of the pie.

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But then I gotta get something back. I don't want to leave this world and leave my children, my grandchildren thinking to themselves, that we're not Americans. I mean, I'm American, you know, sometime I'm in a mosque, and I asked the Muslims, are you guys Dutch, and people look around each other. And you're actually sitting, trying to figure out whether they should say they're Dutch and that

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mentality is that Muslims have to own up to what's called civic, social, citizenship, responsibility. That's just, that's not just taking this taking, and giving.

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Maybe this is why people are afraid. You see it, as long as Islam could be attached to some kind of ethnic phenomena. You know, in America, African Americans, then white people could still feel a bit safe because it's contained. You see, as long as Islam was an ethnic phenomena in Europe, the whether the Moroccans, or the Algerians or the Turkish, or whatever loans, it could be like that it could still be contained. But now it has broke that mold. It has produced another culture that blends with the existing culture, you see, the European youth accepting Islam, and their expression of Islam will have some tents of

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the the ethnic group, but they will develop their own identity after a certain amount of time.

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Okay, so we can book an appointment with a patient and the earliest one, October, sixth of October,

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for 35 minutes booked

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there are marriages, which are not registered in this country.

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They are done in the mosque, for example, are in some houses, because they are not registered in the Civil Registry. This is why the couple if they want to divorce, the dogs have access to the civil divorce at all. So for them, this is the only way they come here. We have to listen to both parties and this what we do. And she wants to live in Holland.

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She here in Holland, again, the she,

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he he knows

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he will have a new t shirt. As we see it is a way towards conforming to what God has ordered. It will regulate it will help to regulate the lives of Muslims in their private affairs. And that's the most that can be done from a Sharia point of view. You know, it's called it's called Family Law. Personal law.

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It's been it's it's been applied in many Western countries before when it comes to Muslims. As a matter of fact, the Muslims are not the first ones to do that. The Jewish people have been doing that for the last 50 or 60 years in America and in Europe. They have their own tell mode, courts, okay, so that if there's divorces or there's issues of problems,

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it would be held within that town mode

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type of setting. So there's nothing to fear

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and there is portions of Sharia, which is very much

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Consistent with the moral fabric of Western of the Western world. And so for instance, what is should we are going to do? Are we going to stone people? No. Are we going to whip people? No, are we going to cut off hands? Of course not. In Islam, there is a balance which has been created. In the matrimonial life, when a divorce happens, the custody of the children normally goes to the woman. So, when a woman comes asking for divorce, suppose there are a child of two children in that marriage, she is not going to lose anything, because she knows that the custody of the children is given to her, she's not going to lose anything. The man

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has lost his children, he got only an access to see them from time to time. So he has to suffer.

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So we can say that in Islam, a balance has been created, that the right of divorce primarily is given to the man, because the man has to think twice before he divorces his wife, that if I divorced, my wife, my children will go away from me and they would be taken by my wife. So he would be very reluctant to give divorce because he knows what he's going to suffer.

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I have my civil divorce, you got to assume divorce,

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which is unconscious of January.

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After two years,

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did you provide us with the

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application form?

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It is very explicitly recorded in our forms that this couples should apply for the civil divorce because we don't want the people hanging

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this thing that you did not give him any chance to even understand him and to live with him. You just want to divorce?

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I did try it honestly. I do. She did. She tried. So she called many Bob was in front of me. And she just tried to jealous me. And she did everything. A good husband don't like

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an arranged marriage. Yes.

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I agree.

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Yeah, that's true. I didn't. I didn't get forced. I tried. When I got married, a tribe we used to come at night is about nine attorneys because I stayed home care.

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And then I used to, before this council was established, it was quite difficult for a woman to get an Islamic divorce, because normally they used to go to a center, Islamic Center and there is an individual person who has to decide. But there was no collective decision. Now, because of this council and other councils. There is a collective decision taken by a panel of scholars, which is more authoritative and more binding. And this is this is something which has given a great relief to the woman. This is why you see the number of those people who come to us is very great and 90% of them are women.

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for Muslims with Islam at Shimon come Escobar from the COVID-19 harshly kicking and in the mosque a month for the witch left.

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Yeah, brothers and sisters,

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neighbors, colleagues, guests.

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Secret Service.

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That unfortunate person who made that film called whatever he called it,

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shame on him

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that he would insult one fifth of the world's population Muslims. Shame on him that he would also insult another one fifth of the world's population who are Christians.

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No Christian will ever say something like that about the end. And no Muslim will ever say that about the Bible. And no sensible person will say that about a scripture unless he has his own agenda.

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Shame on him. And even though it took a little bit time for the judicial

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agency here to investigate it and determine it. We think God, that they have taken the responsibility to prosecute him. And not that I want to see him prosecuted, but I think at least he deserves a judicial slap on the wrist

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They've coined a law in America, it's called the it's called the theater law. Okay, so you have freedom of expression, you go inside of a crowded theater, and you shout Fire, fire fire, and it causes people to ride and Stampede and some people die. Right? So they say that freedom of expression, but you become responsible for what you just said that caused the death or the injury of other people. Well, so how far do we go with freedom of expression? If it's true that this that's a law in America now. It's called a theatre law. So you just cannot go into a theater and shout fire fire as a joke. No, and you can't just walk up and down to society, inciting people, you know, and

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Mr. Walters is what he's doing. He's playing the incitement card.

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Because if he didn't play this incitement card, who would be following Mr. Walters? And the thing is,

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is Mr. Walters and oriented this?

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this he? Does he have some special discipline study in Islam? No. Does he know something about the Quran when he studied the Arabic language? No.

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So what's his authority? He's just another reactionary. I mean, this world is just, he should just put kkk on his shirt, okay, or Mmm, for that matter on his shirt and walk up and down and say, I just hate all these dogs and pigs, Muslims, or whatever the case might be. But he's a public figure. That's what makes it bad. Now, being young and being Muslim, in a world, where it seems that Islam and Muslims are being demonized, it's not easy.

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It seems like everywhere we turn on the news in the movies, and every form of media, Muslims are being called terrorists,

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radicals, extremists, insurgents, fundamentalists, fanatics, and fascists, they make these judgments

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because of your religion, they make these judgments because of your ethnicity. And they make those judgments based upon your color. And you will find out

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that before 1948

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none of these words was ever used regarding Muslims.

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So what happened in 1948, that these words started to be used for Muslims? Well, it was a criminal occupation of Palestine. And because the Palestinians had enough hot to resist that criminal occupation, they were called terrorists and insurgents. And until today, the criminal State of Israel is not considered to be a terrorist state, although they are still committing terror after 50 years.

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I think that the people who are bombing blowing themselves up during these acts of sporadic acts of terror or whatever, they still are very minute, small number, a small number I call it retail, terror, retail terror. Okay. But the West is able to justify wholesale terror on the basis of its own political interests. So I think that's kind of like unfair, and I think that's kind of like, unbalanced. If we want to talk about terror, global terror. Let's talk about the wholesale and retail.

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And let's find preventive ways. Okay, that's fine preventive ways. If just as I take the position, to de radicalize young people,

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then I think Christians and European should do do their part to de radicalize, okay, their countries and their governments. Because on the we're on the end of their, we're on the end of their terror. I understand how it feels, living with an evil stigma

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that leads to public profiling, prejudice and causing people in the society to make unfair judgments about you. I understand that because I grew up in a

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Post slavery America. Every day of my life, I was pushed and provoked to do something extreme, something radical, or something that could be called a justifiable reaction.

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The first Muslims that were called terrorists, fanatics, extremists, for Palestinians. That was in 1948.

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So all we have to denounce the past 60 years, the word terrorism, fanaticism, insurgency, fundamentalism, extremism, and now they're using the word terrorism and fascism is almost inevitably directly affected in news with Muslims and Islam. That's not an accident. Now, there are people who are political Zionists, although they're not Jewish at all.

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And this idea of political Zionism, expanding in Europe, fanning young semi and taking and exploiting Yosemite issues between Muslims and non Muslims. And, you know, this whole even Mr wielders, if I didn't know better, I would think that he's very much.

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I think that he has taken an embrace the idea of modern Zionism. And he's using the platform of modern Zionism, to espouse the same concepts about Muslims in the world and the Qur'an that the Jews cannot afford to say, in Israel. You see the Zionist in Israel, and that's saying what goodwill does is, because this would hurt their chances, okay, at the political table, if they was to demonize Islam, and demonize Muslims all over the world, they wouldn't antagonize a greater use of a number than they really want to. But Mr. Walters can do them a favor and do what he can go outside of Israel with those same feelings. And then he can characterize, okay, the way that designers

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characterize the Palestinians to legitimatize, their power, Mr. worlders can characterize Islam in the same way. And this is what's taking place. So if I was a person living in

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the Netherlands today, I would be very afraid that some people I missed the world is fanning the kinds of hate and spewing the kinds of things that he's saying that he came into some kind of influence where he could Marshal together the kind of support that he's saying that he would like to do and do some of the things that he would like to do. I think that what he would wind up doing, he would create an atmosphere, for war, for disintegration,

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for the clashing between

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ethnic groups, something that that, that you have, for the most part, and America for the most part, that's in our history. It's a part of the history. And we have come through it come a long way.

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I don't know if anybody has done it, but me, you know, I'm not really an intellectual, but I've read and listened to his stuff. I would really like to talk to Mr. Burgess, about what he's talking about, about dominant culture. I mean, what planet is he on? dominant culture? What what dominant culture is he talking about? I mean, Europe has moved so much and change, the boundaries have changed so much, and ethnicities and culture and politics have fused so much. What is he talking about dominant culture, does he mean Slavic? Does he does he? Does he mean Germanic? Or what culture is he talking about? I mean, is his wife from that culture? Is he really himself from that culture?

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Once you go for that? If you're the dominant culture was the dominant mean, does it mean white? Does it mean arion? Does it mean Germanic what does it really mean?

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