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Khalid Yasin

Channel: Khalid Yasin

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My dear Muslim brothers and sisters.

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Yes.

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Television.

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billboards are the countries of the nations. They're in the business of doing what? influencing

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and inevitably controlling the hearts and minds.

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They're using the media.

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They're using culture. They're using education.

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Institutions

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disengaged.

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If you offer your data, you become what

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you

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receive.

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It never stops while you're sleeping.

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You're looking at whatever they're telling you and it has grown inside your minds and your children's minds.

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And you go out as Muslims and come back to the house as gaffers.

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in Sydney, Australia,

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sister said,

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these 250,000

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was below the ages of 25.

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Every day,

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five times a day.

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30 minutes a day, they were producing

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2000 50,000

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atomic bomb, they have the hydrogen bomb, they have the neutron bomb, they will be dumping those bones are assuming Yes, they will be.

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I invite every person

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I invite every woman here, every non Muslim woman here to stand to the side when we leave here and talk to a Muslim lady. I mean, now, let's not let's not let's not ask barbara walters about how Muslim women feel. You know, let's let's not ask Tom Brokaw. How Muslim women feel less than CNN, ABC Fox, less than the London Times of the Australian times. Let's not ask non Muslims about how Muslim women feel, how they live. What are their principles? What are their challenges?

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If you want to be fair

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ask a Muslim woman.

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As my wife, as my mother, ask

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a Muslim woman that knows her religion, who has a relationship with her creator,

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who is stable in her society, understanding her responsibilities, her relationship, ask her.

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And after that, I think you should be fair, that you don't need to ask someone else.

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But the problem is,

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no one really wants to ask Muslim women.

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We want to take pictures of women in Afghanistan, and pitches of women in Palestine, and pitches a woman in Pakistan and pitches a woman over here, and we want to listen to what people say about female circumcision as if Muslims is got women 1010 to 30,000 40,000, Muslim women all over the world is being circumcised. Some crazy,

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Steven Spielberg stuff. And let me give you a statistic that you should know about. If you take if you take a quota.

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In this room right here,

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I'll tell you this, most every Muslim woman in this room will be a college graduate, or is a college graduate, or is very intelligent, and very much socially endowed. And within her family structure, we find that women control the wealth more so than men. Now, what does that say to you now, where you find where you find women, oppressed, women exploited women mistreated among Muslims, that is because those Muslims themselves are not representing the principles of the religion. And in every religion, you've got black sheep, but then again, you can't tell me that the 148,000 prostitutes that walk the streets in the UK, or the 76,000 prostitutes that walk the streets of Berlin that have

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licenses to do so. You can't tell me that all these little young, naked little girls walking around Australia with no clothes on, you can't tell me that they represent liberation. You can't tell me that the 2350 abortions murders that take place with these young women. You can't tell me that that represents sophistication. You can't tell me that that represents liberation. You can't tell me that a naked woman sitting on a chocolate bar, a naked woman selling everything, toothpaste, everything you can't tell me that doesn't represent exploitation.

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So let's put things in context. Let's talk about things correctly. And let's be fair, let's be objective. Let me give you one more statistic. One more prostitution, venereal disease, abortion, and pedophilia and this horrendous number of children being raped and kidnapped that exists in the Western world. It is almost unheard of

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in the Muslim world. So I think that the statistics kind of like speak for themselves. So the Quran said, you have the governor and one of the verses of the Quran says when a man has a rebellious wife, that means she's unseemly in her conduct. She comes and goes, she comes late at night. She does this she does that she disrespects so for that the prophets often said, he said, as militia that means talk to her, give her admonition. Tell her how you displeased with Kanda Warner tele don't do that anymore. Then he says after that separate from her bed, separate from the bed. He didn't say separate from the house separate from the bed. That means continue to do all the

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responsibilities as normal. But when it comes to conjugal relationships, stop, don't sleep with her. As a matter of fact, sleep in the same room. But don't sleep in the bed. That means no sex.

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That's hard that is hard for the man or woman. But the prompts are saying he is saying if you really want to control her behavior, or if you really want to admonish her, if you're really displeased with the way she's acting, you deny yourself and you also deny her. So Pamela

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then he says that if she continues even after that, then the Quran says you have trouble when

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it says apply light corporal punishment was a was a context to it. It must not swell, it must not cause bleeding, it must not cause any breakage and it must not cause any damage to her skin. So what can you do? Can it be that is that?

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Secondly, it must not be on any one of her parts of her body. Okay.

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Which are the sensitive parts of her body. So what cannot wait to the bottom of her feet.

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The third thing, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that if even doing that, hitting on the leg or tapping on the shoulder, if you did that would cause a worst reaction don't do that looks upon a lot of wisdom. Now, let's put it in context, in the adult society in which this could and came to the Adams first did when it first

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came to the atom first. So in this society, it was as considered something of Earth. How many atoms here know the word of

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common usage?

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custom. So among the Arabs, this issue, yes, it was consistent with the origin of the atoms of that day, it was not outside of the context, it was not abnormal. So when the law said

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to them, it was something to modify, because the out of the net day, maybe they just take something like this and beat the whites with it. Or maybe in that day, the man he has something like this.

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See, so Allah subhanaw taala, is modifying their behavior. And he said, yesterday, buena, has eaten three light. And the purpose was to say that even in doing it like that, if it's more, if you don't think you can correct the behavior, because she gets even more Wilder, more arrogant, more boisterous, even from that don't even do it.

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Because today, different reactions could happen if a man separate from the bed, the woman, she might get crazy. If he if he touches, she might get more crazy, she might pull out a gun and shoot him.

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Or she might wait till they go to sleep, and do something that other lady did.

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So if you could anticipate a reaction like that, that would be worse. You couldn't correct the behavior. The Prophet said, don't do it. And let's look at the life of the prophet SAW Satan himself. The Messenger of Allah loves him throughout his entire life, he never even struck an animal. Is it true?

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The profits or loss have never struck an animal.

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One of the people that served him all of his life, a companion of the Prophet SOS, and to serve them from the time that he was 11 years old, until the prophet SAW some passed away. He said, I served the prophet SAW Sam throughout his entire life. And he never even said to me off.

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He never even said to me, why are you to do that? How can you saw and so you know, somebody's serving me.

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And he forgot What's wrong with you?

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Then I tell you so and so. Most of us, the prophet SAW loss, and he never even said to that person. How come you didn't do that? What's wrong with you? That person served him for over 40 years and the professor's never said that. The third thing, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He never ever laid his hands on his wife, except in a way of kindness

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in a way of showing mercy,

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or in a way of dignity or decency. And there was never in the life of the prophet SAW Sam, any complaint by any wife.

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During the time of the prophet SAW Sam, no companions came, no female companions came and said, Oh, prophets, awesome. Your companions, who are our husbands, they are beating us and they are this and they are that? No, this wasn't among the processing time This wasn't done because he did not approve it. So even though the Qur'an based upon the earth of the Arabs, even though the Quran said this, the prophet himself What did they do? He didn't do it. He wasn't disobedient to God.

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It was just that the Quran says certain things for us as a last resort that we don't have to do a law set in the Koran regarding the woman, plural marriage, he says.

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He says two three or four. Yes.

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There's wisdom behind it. You women wouldn't say there's no wisdom wisdom behind it, but there's a wisdom behind it. We can discuss this in a different issue at different settings but there's a wisdom behind it. But look at the prophet SAW since he was a man he had to take 234 now he did. In fact God said

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he said one is better for you If you only knew Did he say that?

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One is better if you only knew and another place he said that even though he said the last hour that he said you men can never be fair with women. So look Look what God is discouraging. He telling you why are you one is better if you only knew he wanted you watch out.

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You don't get yourself in trouble.

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You got upset the car

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there's some reaction is gonna come there's gonna be some fitness. Not one is better if you only knew but for

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Those who fall within the category and the social, political, psychological conditions of thought, were there women outnumber the men, and there are no prospective men to marry those women. Then God says two, three or four. But did you know that in the Muslim world, only one out of 750 men, this is a statistic you brothers need to keep in mind sisters, only one out of 715 Muslim men are going to take another wife does not feel good for the other 714 sisters, the wearing of the headscarf for the women, this seems to have become so major, a major

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aggravation. Why should women who want to wear a veil? Why should this have been such a source of aggravation today? Why is that I don't understand it.

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I mean, if a naked woman walked in this room here, men and ran a bikini, or G string,

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she would have the right to just walk just like anybody else. If a woman came down here, and she was wearing a G string and walked right across here and went back upstairs came down my back about two or three.

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We will be like, Whoa,

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what's going on here?

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But we couldn't say anything. Because it is accepted in the society for a woman to wear this in public. And there are some beaches in this country and some places in this country where you guys some people call themselves naturalist.

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And you know they are I don't have to tell you that is they believe that they should just walk around all the time naked.

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That we can't make a judgment call because the call to legislation, the naturalist have a right. There's a man that was running across the whole UK for three months. Can you imagine that three months, with nothing but a hat and a pair of boots on?

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Me he wanted? Can you imagine a man running through a village

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that he bought a hat and a pair of boots on? Because he's a naturalist? And these are his constitutional rights?

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And for three months, nobody could say anything about it.

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Well, I say that in a society where people are allowed to express themselves that way.

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Why should there be a problem about Muslim women?

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Whether in the schools or otherwise choosing the preference to cover their heads? Or to cover their bodies with loose garments? Why should it be such an uproar? Why is there a need for the media to assault and say Muslims want to take over our society, Muslim want to impose their values upon us and so forth. But I want to remind them

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that until 15 or 20 years ago,

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the nuns in the church in the Catholic church they had to wear it isn't right or wrong.

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And just recently, the Catholic Church has relaxed, the uniform codes of the nuns where they can show a little cleavage.

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Taken now well over you

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put across right there in the middle.

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They'll have to wear a headpiece anymore. And they can show a little bit of fun.

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But that's their right. We can't say anything about that. But when I went to church, when I went to church to the Catholic Church, when I was 17 years old, all the nuns were looking like the sisters are looking today.

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So society has changed. But why should our values have to change? Those Muslim ladies who want to wear the full scarf and want to wear loose clothing? They do so because God said so not because their husbands said so not because they're Arabs or Indonesia or Malaysia, or Africans. Now they're doing it because God says so. So if our religion, which is the same religion of Moses, and Abraham and David and Solomon, Jesus and john the baptist, if we have the same religion as all those prophets, and we are all monotheistic people, basically Christians and Jews and Muslims, taking our sources from the same taking our scripture from the same sources, and we can see in the history of

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our religions that women dress this way consistently, then why is it an aberration? Because our women want to wear that today.

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What do they want our women to do? Do they want our women to take off their head scarves and all put on G strings

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would that be set over there? Now you're all the same, that's okay.

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Now we say it's not okay. And we say as Muslims, we have the right to preserve

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what we consider to be decent and dignified clothing, and apparel and appearance. And we think we think that we are fortifying. We think that we are making a good moral contribution, we think that we are doing something that will support the morals, the principles of and the status of women in this society, we say that's what we think we're doing. And do we have the constitutional right, to make witnesses to be a moral contribution to the fiber of this society based upon our religion? Of course we do. And we don't have to apologize.

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And if somebody wants to know, if we are unable to explain, we do not have to explain.

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But what we should do is the people of the media,

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the people of the media, or the people of government, who feel that they don't understand what's going on, we should send them to people who are qualified to expound upon this issue in a dignified, educated way. So that people would not think somehow or another, that all these women who wearing the scarf got an ak 47 underneath a scarf, or they got a bomb, they come in inside somewhere with a bomb,

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you know, stereotypes.

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But the issue is, we Muslims, the Muslim ladies in particular, you do not have to explain to anybody why you are dressed the way you are dressing.

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Just like others who are undressed, do not have to explain to anybody why they are undress. If you lie, to earn some money.

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The profits are lost and never lied to earn some money.

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If you're willing to steal something from a Kaffir,

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simply because he's careful anyway.

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You don't have it. Because the profits will allow this I've never stole from the capital. Because if it was legitimate for the profits of a lot of them to steal from the capital, he would have took that money which he had in his house that he was holding for the Quraysh. There was people from the college who had gave the profit, so a lot of them money,

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trust.

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And even they were hating him his message. And even though they were fighting him against his message, and even though they were killing and torturing his followers, and even though they had plotted to come to his house and kill him,

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not one time did they come to him and say give me back my money.

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He was holding the money for them. And the reason that he left it in the toilet is an avatar in his bed.

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When they came and saw that it was yellow, I could give them the money that he was holding which belonged to them.

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So if it was lawful for the profits allows them to take some money from the Kaffir because they were Kaffirs.

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That was a good time to take it.

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But he did not because he was an amine. The way I spoke about what did he say to be less? What did he say to our beloved? Say Sedna? One day he called him

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out son of a black woman

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was heavy.

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Heavy people among the atoms at that time, had a low position.

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In some jelly attitude, he said oh you son of a when the prophet SAW Lawson said Oh, today you said the farthest thing from JD

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because of this admonition from the prophets, a lot of said he felt so bad. He felt as if he was like, like a piece of dirt on the ground.

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He went to sit in a village and he apologized. And he put his foot his face on the ground and he told Bilaal Oh, you put your foot on my head,

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to correct himself, how many of us are willing to correct ourselves? Because this is the issue.

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If a brother does something to you, what you don't like, don't carry that on his head. For the next few months. You avoid him.

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You speak badly about him. You can complain to the mob about him. You can play to other brothers about what that brother he did. He spoke to you rough. Oh, he spoke to you. he consulted you. He did this. He did that. Because what happens is this feeling that's inside of your heart against that brother shaitaan who will be

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on that, and we will increase it before you know it, that you just dislike that Brother, you begin to hate that book and that hatred will lead to enmity. Before you know it. You see him as a, you see him as an opponent.

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So when you leave him, you will refuse him.

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And if you feel that way about Him, He will send a signal to him and how he will feel about you.

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The last the last he told us do not hate each other and do not turn away from one another.

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The message of Alaska Lawson told us it's held for two Muslims to avoid each other for how long?

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For three days only.

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After three days, the one who comes back to the other is the better one. Jackie's kind of lucky, I don't know what happened.

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If you please come to my house for dinner and shallaki because he has to come

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come to my house for dinner, come to my house for lunch. I don't know what's happened to shallaki I love you for the sake of the last time that he came, knocking the shell I was been thinking about this aphelion shop, please exit Please accept this gift for me and inshallah for you also from for my wife to your wife. And please forgive me, maybe he was the one, maybe the brother was the one that did something, you maybe he's the one that created the situation. Maybe you had the right he was in the wrong

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supply, if you can override that, and go back to him.

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And see if you can resolve this, it's a tremendous accomplishment, because you have defeated the ship

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is cable enough, really not enough evidence that is evil.

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contempt.

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Because contempt.

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contempt doesn't happen overnight. When you develop contempt for Muslim brother, hatred for Muslim brother, you it has cultivated, the seed was planted. And you also cultivated it and allowed it to be cultivated. So it's an evidence that there's evil in you, for you to have allowed this,

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this

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enmity for your brother to come. So with the process and end with in this Hurry, he says

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how long here means one, inviolable sacred demo,

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demo, his blood, his life,

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his property, whatever he has

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his

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so the highest form of faith and

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brotherhood is to work for your brother, not just what you want for yourself. But something more than that.

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Our brothers, the Taliban.

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We won't comment on them from a political point of view, because that's not the nature of our talk today.

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But let us comment on them for an accomplishment that they and only they were able to do in the modern world.

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In the modern world between America, Great Britain, China, Russia, Germany, France, Japan,

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Italy,

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between the major countries in the world.

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The drug trafficking is a business and an industry of over $78 billion a year

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$78 billion a year.

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Can you imagine?

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What kind of industry it is?

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And can you imagine the tragedy, the disparagement, the disease that drugs have brought in the modern world as a result of this industry? Yet,

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all of these sophisticated countries have found no solution for the drug problem.

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In fact, they have chosen

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to benefit, profit and regulate the drug traffic, because they are unable to stop it.

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Yet consider this.

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The Taliban in Afghanistan

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became an official government

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after

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the defeat of the Russians,

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and at that time, Afghanistan was the major theater corridor in the world for drugs.

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61% of all the heroin of the world was produced between Afghanistan and China.

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And the Russian gangsters. criminals were the ones that control this industry.

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Part of the wall of Afghanistan had to do with drugs,

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not oil, not gas, but drugs.

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When

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the government of Russia was defeated,

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and pushed out of Afghanistan, Afghanistan become immersed in Civil War. We know that isn't it? Civil War.

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That Civil War had two sides,

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the atheists, the socialists, the communists, among the Afghans,

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and the Muslims, who wanted to follow the Quran and the Sunnah.

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The North, the Northern Alliance, who themselves were related to the Russian gangsters, who were mostly Muslims who have adopted socialism, atheism,

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who themselves were criminals.

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They wanted to continue the enterprise of drugs after the Russians moved out. They wanted to continue the industry of prostitution, gambling all of this year.

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And the Muslim said, No,

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we won't continue that. We want to establish Islam.

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And they began to have wars between them.

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One of the groups that were insisting upon the Quran and the Sunnah were called the students.

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In the Arabic language, the students is clouded or thought a ban.

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On on one occasion,

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though, those atheists, socialists, communists, Afghanis, those criminal Afghanis, they entered some villages and they raped the women.

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And those students they sought to get a fatwa from their shoe you.

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What should we do about these Muslims who did this act? Those scholars said they should be punished. They are criminals, and the outcome is to find them and kill them as criminals.

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Those students then took their weapons

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and gathered themselves together as a group and call themselves the Taliban.

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And they began

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to seek the honor of those women who were raped.

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And they went from village to village, town to town until in a two year period of time, they conquered all of Afghanistan.

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Two years, they conquered all of Afghanistan.

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Except only 19% 80% of Afghanistan, they conquered in two years.

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Were they they did not have sophistication.

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They were walking, riding donkeys and horses, fighting on foot,

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fighting for the honor of their women for the honor of their country for the honor of Islam.

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And in two years time, they subdued the entire country.

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Of course,

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they will not sophisticated in their knowledge. They did not have universities. They did not have institutions, even in most of our dentists than there was not a standing hospital.

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But they established what they called the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

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The only standing Islamic Emirate in the world at that time?

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Yes, they were ragtag. They were not sophisticated, but they had honor and love for a loss of power without inside their hearts.

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And we don't know, as Muslims, we don't know, any connection with the Taliban to September 11. Just be clear about that.

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We don't know, we don't have any evidence, any proof that they had any connection to that, except that they would not give up their brother, Osama bin Laden.

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We don't make any comments about what happened, because we don't know.

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But we don't indict people without evidence. And we certainly don't indict a country because someone is living there whom someone else feels is indicted.

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But let me get back to the issue.

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Afghanistan,

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came under the rule of the Taliban.

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And they were faced with the challenge. How What are they going to do with the drug industry, which they found in Afghanistan.

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The Taliban made a decision.

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From a point of honor, from a point of morality, a point of dignity and decency. From a point of Sharia, they could not support and allow drug trafficking to exist in Afghanistan.

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So what did they do?

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They begin to punish those who help drugs, those who sold drugs, and to begin to imprison those that use drugs.

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Then they gave an option to the farmers, who are the growers of poppies in Afghanistan, the major crops for drugs, isn't it. They told them, we will give you the land, where you're growing the puppies, you you take the land, but you must grow another crop,

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you must grow a different crop.

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But if you don't grow another crop, then we will bury you on that land.

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That's the only option they gave them.

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In a year and a half after the fact war came about this issue.

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A year and a half. The drug trafficking and the growing of drugs and the manufacturing of drugs in Afghanistan was 3%.

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How, how did the unsophisticated group of students

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without government without sophisticated institutions?

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How did they do this? How did they eliminate

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industry which represented 61% of the of the source of drugs in the entire world? How did they do that? They did it from the men.

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They did it because they were affected by the court. And they did it because they were affected by the behavior of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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And this is why I say as an example,

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that Islam and only Islam has the properties by which to affect the human beings consciousness

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to design and regulate his morals, and even to regulate government so that even governments themselves are forced

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to adhere to rules of decency and dignity.

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The Koran says,

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You are busy

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piling up, calculating,

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developing your careers, your money, your occupation, your wealth,

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until

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you visit the graves.

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Think about it. When was the last time that you

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went to a funeral?

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Was it your mother? Was it your father? Was it your grandfather? Wasn't your uncle wasn't your cousin wasn't your friend wasn't your wife wasn't your husband. The last time that you visited the grave when you went to a funeral and you saw that person whom you love that was laughing, crying, live, boasting, wealthy,

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educated, denied, arrogant, whatever they were

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What was the demeanor of the people when you walked in that funeral home? when that person was stressed out

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in their last suit?

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What was the demeanor? What are people cracking jokes?

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Was it dancing

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with a clapping and singing songs? No. Silence.

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melancholy trauma.

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Why? Because every person that walked in that room, seeing that person stressed out, the first thing they thought about was not the person. The first thing they thought about was that one day, this will be me.

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So long

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and hard to cancel all of us. All of you are engaged in running your mouth.

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Doing your business multiplying, buying houses, cars, business, whatever you're doing, and when you're told about God, religion, life morality, you're saying we're gonna get no time for that.

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I don't want you that.

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only believe in God. Not In fact, I don't even know for Medina if I do. Maybe I'm coming back again.

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As a matter of fact, science is so sophisticated that I probably I think really that they are on the verge of being able to solve the whole thing of death soon.

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We got enough money we don't have to die.

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See how arrogant people can be

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until

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they visit the funeral house.

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And then after you go to the funeral house, if you got the guts if you got the if you're able to do so.

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You go to the grave.

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And now this is another scenario.

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And you say to yourself, is that it?

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I mean 5060 years scraping, struggling, scheming lives dealing fornicating jumping up and down begun working. And this is the end of it.

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I mean, is this what's gonna happen to me?

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Are they gonna be dropping me into a hole in the ground

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a hole in the ground the same hole that a cat digs after deprecates

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just a little deeper

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but for the same reason the cat digs a hole because the cat has dignity

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something that human beings don't seem to have

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instinctively the cat

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digs a little hole covers it up.

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Humans have got to be taught to do that.

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But it's for the same reason. So you and I were going into a hole a little deeper than the one the cat dough

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and all the people is crying

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pulling out the hair screaming almost acting like they falling into thing with you. They want to just jump in there with you. Not really though you know solo solo act clean nobody really gonna jump in there and stay in there. They'll love you that much.

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And then after all the shuffling yes all the shuffling get done. And they fill it up and Nick the box you can't even see the box no more the coffin. The coffin that cost 5000 I don't know what it was they burned somebody the $5,000 coffin for

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I mean, I was a funeral director. After they left, I would dig them back up and put them in a nother box and take that box back.

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And honestly, I'm telling you that's what they do.

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Yeah. So after all the money and all the drama

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and they dig that hole and put you in them and cover you up.

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And everybody goes back to the place. Go back to Mama's house or that his house or whoever's house and you know we cook some chicken or whatever it is and we do a little dance and drink some scotch and forget all about that person. Then we start we want the lawyer to come down talking about

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you know, divvying up the spoils.

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So if that woman who does

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Had a husband, somebody else gonna marry him, you know that.

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And that man who died,

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you know that woman, and about six months or a year of grieving or whatever it is, she'll come to understand that she needs somebody else be with. So she got married somebody. So that means that his suits are still in the closet, and he can fit them who away.

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So it really means that after all this time,

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and the people walk away from that grave,

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it's over.

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What about that person in the grave? What's happening?

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Because you know, and I know that death is almost like sleeping.

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Death is like sleeping, your body is gone, your body is dead, your spirit is gone. But your consciousness is there.

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Yes, brothers and sisters, you and I are going to know

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when the people put us in that box and put us in the grave, we are going to know

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your spirit is gone. You can't shout, you can't call out. You can't say Don't leave me here.

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But you're going to be hearing. And you're going to be seeing because that's a different kind of consciousness.

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But you can't move.

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And in that grave. This is when the real trauma is going to begin.

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Because there's a reason for humans to go inside the grave. And to create a one or two he could have caused us to live and then disappear into the atmosphere.

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But he didn't.

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He calls us to go into another boom,

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called the tune. You started out in the womb of your mother, and you wind up in the womb of the earth called the tomb, from the womb to the tomb.

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This is the whole trip.

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And this is what you have to think about.

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That grave is going to be

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a place of drama and trauma.

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A place where you're going to be questioned. Before you resurrected, I say to you brothers and sisters, and I'll guess you owe to yourself. Punch in the name forehand to you are a n punch it in and see if you can compare. See if you can find a scripture See if you can find a writing See if you can find a document that compares with the court and you will not

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even the Bible the gospel that Jesus Christ recited, he didn't have it underneath his arms. He wasn't walking around with a book.

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And nobody memorized what he brought.

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When he left,

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there were pieces of it different people had. But the code was revealed in the life of the Prophet peace and blessings upon over 23 years. And guess what, while he was living, he transferred it in its entirety to his followers.

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And they transfer it to their children other generations so that here in this room, and every other gathering of Muslims is at least one or two or three or four, maybe 10 people who have memorized the 6626 verses of the Quran in its entirety, it has been preserved since that time. I asked you, if all the Bible's in the world, all the Bibles in the world were thrown in the ocean.

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Who would produce the Bible again?

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Nobody could because they don't even agree about what the Bible is now.

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But if all the Quran was thrown into the ocean right now, all of them

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we could produce the Koran all over again. We could bring a Chinese half is memorize of the Quran or Russian memorize of the Quran and American memorize of the Quran or German memorize of the Quran, who didn't even know each other, they would all come here together and in two days, they can all recite simultaneously and the Quran is back again.

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You owe it to yourself, to me this powerful scripture.

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Don't ignore it. You cannot afford to ignore it. Even its profound. Is it from God? It is comprehensive. It is as I say it is or is not.

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At least you should investigate it. Why should you be blind to something that might have that kind of impact on your life and the life of others. After all, this is not the legend.

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Muhammad,

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peace be upon it is the legislation of

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Almighty God

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came to Sydney Australia to the Muslims to make it

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and that was changes their hearts and their minds.

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It causes no bloody breaks.

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It changes lives

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in penetrates

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the surface

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of the profit zone

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that carry

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with us, but we don't use it.

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We are frightened.

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We are intimidated by the use.

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Yet we have been given the most beautiful and powerful boom.

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Suddenly, it will bring down the destruction

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of civilizations. But through the D bomb, we can hit the news the

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morality and inspiration. We can change the world.

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We can change our conditions, we can change our circumstances, we can change the perception of

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what we can remove the distortions and the misconceptions.

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Yes,

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we can remove the inferiority complex concerning themselves

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can change ourselves, we can change our families.

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We can change

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our religion and Muslims are not terrorists. Islam is that fanatic religion and we are not fanatics. Islam is not an extremist religion, and we are not extremist.

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Islam does not allow suicide and we don't support suicide bombers.

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This is very clear.

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This is not the issue.

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The issue is that Allah subhana wa tada

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he will repay the kuffaar for what they say.

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And he has already said

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they intend to blow out and extinguish the light of Allah subhanaw taala by blowing with their mouths.

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So what is blowing with their mouths is slender

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is lying

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is the manufacturing of Miss truth and misinformation is the dissemination of their media,

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which is global and thorough.

00:53:36--> 00:53:47

newspapers, magazines, cinema, radio, every way they are sending out their words, their images, their sounds, and this is what the law means by blowing with their mouth.

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And they're doing everything they can do to enter the hearts of Muslims

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to paralyze them,

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to frighten them,

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to quiet them

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and to tell the rest of the world.

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Islam and Muslims, they are filthy.

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They are devils.

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They are

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they are hidden.

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They want to kill you.

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They want to dominate the world. They are like vermin. They are like grass.

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We have to be careful of them.

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So that when they destroy the Muslim lands and into the Muslim lands, and Rob and pillage the Muslims and

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the non missing from those lands, they won't say anything.

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They are just rats. And they're just vermin. And they're just terrorists and they are fanatics and we have to control them in some way. That's what the

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Do it