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Prime Allah

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event called the molecule hinge our exhibit.

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In the past, we have been exposed to a lot of literature in the school days about this man. And we have heard most of it to be in the negative sense. And we never had

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an opinion that could make us feel good about this person in all that whatever we read so far,

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but when we have a fair approach to us, looking into history from the authentic sources, there is another perspective to that. So we would like to explore into what the other part of the story is, and which is not really taught in the historical books of the school education of India. So we'd like to hear from brother Munsell Ganesh,

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who's the distinguished speaker for today, bromance with Dinesh is from Kolkata. And he's, at the moment the lecturer for Islamic online university, which is run by Dr. Bilal Philips. And in the past, he has worked with various organizations. He also has the experience of conducting our training workshops, and he has trained many duets in the field of Dawa and he delivers lectures on especially on heroes of Islam, that is, you know, the unique topic that he has chosen for himself to deliver talks on that subject, that is with respect to those amongst the leaders in the Muslim community from the past, from the times of the Sahaba from the times of the best generation, and

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thereafter the people who have dedicated their life he touches on the their personalities and their approaches towards life. And he motivates the audience towards inculcated inculcating the values of those people and to become a good part of the good Kumar you know, part of the best of the oma. So without much ado, I would like to ask brotherman so Dinesh to enlighten us on this topic, orange a

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111 herbal alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala

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nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi woman who? Allah yo Medina mobile

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learning ministry turnover Jean Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim, rubbish roughly suddenly why a silly Omri was turning up from Foley brothers sisters. salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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In the current climate, one may ask, why is it that we are discussing about an individual who is an embodiment of jihad,

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one may ask, why are we talking about the man who's trying to establish the Sharia as of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the face of the earth.

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To this, we say to the people, that today what we want to say, of historical facts, and every nation, every religious group, every group of people have the rights to talk about the heels, and about those who strive to spread what they believe. And that's what we will be doing in sha Allah Allah today.

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When we talk about the greatness of the Muslim rule, and the massive expansion of the Islamic empire, many names from in our mind, we talk about the right rule of

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law and one of the companions of the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam, and he was the second califor Islam. When we talk about justice, we also talk about Abdulaziz, Allah have mercy on his soul. When we talk about a man who fought for the honor of one woman we think of as for the honor of one woman, one woman was just honored and she cried.

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And not the same sentence, entire army to protect the honor of one woman. When we talk about courage, we remember the likes of Tarik Benzion. When we talk about people who fought for the liberation of the Holy Land, we think of Salahuddin, as a UB may Allah have mercy on the soul.

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There are a number of names which we can think of, there are plenty of names. There are absolutely marvelous achievements that these people have had.

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However, today we are going to discuss about a man who has been always surrounded with controversies. History has never done justice to his name. Whenever we have gone through the books of history, especially in the subcontinent, we've always got to know things which are negative about him. He was a man who imprisoned his father, he was a man who killed his brothers, he was a man who

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was the one behind the massacres of Hindus and bringing down a temple. However, when we will go through certain documents, which were from his time, we will find that history has something else to speak and inshallah we will explore that, from some after some time. This personality which we are discussing today, he is an absolutely achieved personality and a great personality.

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He was a man who is a calligrapher you know, who's a calligrapher, a person who has mastered the art of calligraphy, you know, the writing, writing the Arabic with, you know, beautiful perfection. And somebody who mastered the art of calligraphy is called a calligrapher, a man who masters the art of poetry. He is regarded as a great poet, our zebra mala, the man whom we are discussing today, he was not only a calligrapher, he was also a poet, a man who was a seasoned warrior, he had shown in the battlefield, that he was a distinguished show soldier

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who's not only a calligrapher, a man who not only

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not only a warrior, but he is a combination of all of these and a master and all of these along with another set of qualities which we will look into today inshallah. inshallah.

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What does the name mean? Can someone tell me what does it mean by any chance anyone in the audience? What does it mean?

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Two words is a Persian word. Our and Dave xavion is Xena beauty and Orange is the throat. So, he was regarded the name orange means the zenith or the ornament of the

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island gear on the other hand, means the conqueror of the world, not the word appears more like a title and you will find many of the Mughal rulers they have these kinds of titles.

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During the Mughal dynasty, when it was established in India, we heard that across the lands of India, in the middle, there were dark patches and we will discuss those dark patches as well today. Where did things go wrong? Why was there a need for a man like our Allah, who had to take control of everything where the things go wrong? We will be discussing that as well. inshallah today.

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Let's have a look at a family three of hollinshead Rahim Allah, He is all in the ignition. If they

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didn't, even if you ignore it.

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And Baba came from whose family

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Can someone tell me

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from the Father side, and use a ruler, a

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ruler by the name of Pedro, from his family, Kung Fu, Baba, a Muslim.

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And from the mother's side,

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in this car, and the

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he was the one who was behind the siege of millions of Muslims to a massacre, the heads of the Muslims was severe, and they were all piled up like pyramid.

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The parents of the Muslims were piled up, the body was just left in the streets to walk the dog was with the Bloods and the Muslims everywhere, flooded with the blood.

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And from the family of

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jeans.

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They will learn from a man barber who establishes an Islamic empire in the subcontinent. Before we get started off, looking into the life of

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Allah, we need to understand what was the situation which was prevailing before orange. Now time is not at a premium that we will be able to go through the entire background of the mobile rules. How did they come? And what are all the rulings of orange? Right from the time he opened his eyes to the device, what were the major events which took place at a premium, so we will only focus at some of the events and try to conclude something about his personality. Before we talk about the situation of our

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other situation prior to automotive

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We need to introduce

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who was what was it?

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What was that?

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But before

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we have to be very honest,

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history has to do justice, he has not done justice to evil.

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They have always presented one side

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there was another side of us, but which we will inshallah present today with the lead with evidence, we will break life into two stage. The fourth stage was the stage when he has been regarded as a devout Muslim. He was regarded as a practicing Muslim, look, orange lemma came from an educated background, he was not educated, he was not well educated even in the affairs of religion, he was not highly educated, he will try and spend as much time as possible with the orlimar.

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It is said, and this was mentioned in monta hatari. And this is a book which is recording the times of our birth, which was recorded by a very famous historian by the name of Mola Abdulkadir budoni. He has recorded multiple studies about the pros and the cons, the positives and the negatives which existed in the time off. And many of the secular historians tend to go against each other. They don't want to accept the conclusions that that had drawn. In his book, The Guardian mentioned that he engaged in the Sufi form of Islam. Now we need to pause here, we need to understand India, at the time of India at the time of us birth was a land where whatever Islam had come, it was true. It was,

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it was not the pure and pristine Islam. It was not 100% tawheed, which was there, there were a lot of Sufi saints who call Sufi saints which were there, there were some good scholars as well, who were there, there was veneration of two tombs, which was very common, and Akbar did go to some tunes as well. And to this, we give a disclaimer that these are not practices that any Muslim should engage in. Very important to give the disclaimer. However, when we're talking about this, we need to mention that according to these were ads, which he was doing to please Allah subhanho wa Taala according to Abba, he will do all of these to please Allah subhanho wa Taala this was not the right

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meal. This is not the means by which we attained closeness to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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is known to have been a very good ruler, a very good administrator, he became the ruler of India at what age 14 years. He was only 14 years when he became the ruler of the nation. He was extremely strict with the you know, the Rafi does, he was extremely strict. Nanda Tarik mentions in Volume Two page number 128,

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a man by the name of Mr. McKeon of his vahagn and miracle of Kashmir was put to death on the charge of being Shias. That's how strict he was. In his early days in the first stage, he would often be seen engaging in discussions with Olimar he would always take off time spend it with the animals trying to acquire some knowledge of the deen and understanding of the deen

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again, mentions in Volume Two page number 206 and seven, that he would visit the house of the scholars and he would listen to the song of the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam, he would engage in listening to the traditions of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam he would send large number of people for Hajj on upon occasion he sent and this is what we are mentioning about

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for how many years that

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more than 500 years back we talking of that time, he sent approximately six lakh rupees to Makkah and Medina to be distributed amongst the poor over there. He instructed that a hunka hunka in the form of risks out there, people could go, the pilgrims could go, you never have the flight there. You didn't have the Saudi airlines flying that time, you had to go by sea, you know, to go to go by sea. You know, it could take you three months to reach up from India. So he had a funk established as well. And this is mentioned in Volume Two page number 246.

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It's also mentioned by

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dooney. That

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sorry, this is mentioned in the hot seat on O'Meara, Volume Two, page number 651. That he would also give out the Azhar and he will lead the congregational prayer.

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Who are we talking

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about? We're talking about at this point of time.

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However,

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one of the things which would often be seen doing was engaging in discussion with other mass and then gradually he started inviting people of other community

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And to also sit in the discussion with palomas. And he would start listening to the views. And he would start making conclusions and judgments. He would send out letters to the Christians to it in the role and he would ask them to stand me up please, so that we can engage in discussions.

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Very dangerous term. People, you know, nowadays you keep hearing people talking about interfaith, interfaith, let's have an interfaith discussion, very dangerous. This is what he was doing at that point of time.

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The outcome of all of this was that he enjoyed a divine faith by the name of Dina Ella.

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And be very frank, he enjoyed that there should be no faith in just one God, the naila he basically wanted to say, let all the faiths come together, all of you are correct. You know, the Hindus are correct. The Muslims are correct. The Christians are correct, the Buddhists are correct. All your beliefs are correct.

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He introduced our worship, you know, what the scholarship, the worship of the stars, he introduced some worship as is mentioned in a buddy. Now what is a nap buddy? Amen. Very means the Constitution of America. This was written in the 16th century by one of the neurons of a verbal puzzle. And I will father was the man who was behind putting the terms of meaning into the head of he was one of them.

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So in the AMA, everybody was you might be 36. It's mentioned that he introduced some worship.

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He rejected the concept of resurrection on the Day of Judgment.

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Who,

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who, who rejected

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I hope you're following me.

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He adopted the cycle of rebirth.

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And he had a new testimony which would be given out in the code La Ilaha, Illallah. Burj Khalifa to LA and people would then prostrate and kiss the ground.

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prostration was started in front of us, which was not there at the time of Baba and homayoun. And of course, we know that at the time of homayoun, there was a brief period when shares trasporti also ruled India, but eventually the Mongols or the movers came back to pop and Americans first phrase never had these behavior. But in the second stage, he's had this new column of the creed which everyone had to say, La ilaha illa Allah,

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Allah Subhana Allah look at how the person can get misguided. This is mentioned in

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Volume Two page number 311. He introduced fire worship, which is the group that worships fire

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the past the Persians you know, the major ones, they used to work the rosters

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on page 50 records that he introduced fire worship. He said that anyone who prostrate before His Majesty is equivalent to prostrating doing sujood in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala the lead

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on page number 167 This is this man talking abou for the evening, Baba he's talking

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he made

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a very volume three page number 441 he adopted vegetarianism. Now we don't have an issue with anyone adopting vegetarianism any, I'm also trying to lose weight. So I might want to you know, go less on red meat, etc, and have the food that we had this morning. You know, go vegetarian, nothing wrong with that. But you know what he would say? He would say that the butchers and the fishermen, they should be kept in a separate housing separate accommodation, the end he did a segregation on the basis of occupation, so that people would look down upon a group of people.

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He had a dislike for circumcision, the

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daily

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volume three page 441 would often say, why is it that a little child, a little baby will be burdened with an obligation of Sharia when there are other laws which are not applied to him till he becomes

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about you know, he reaches the age of puberty? When he reaches puberty, he's accountable for all his deeds. Then why is it that he has to go through circumcision when he's one? So he dislikes circumcision? In in Allah when Allah

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Subhana Allah hear this, this is mentioned in Volume Two page number 326. He locked an extra El Mirage of the Prophet alayhi salatu emo. He said, how is it that people can believe that

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Man sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a man who travel from Makkah from Medina to

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sorry, from Makkah to Bethel. And then from beta to Allah subhanho wa Taala and have harmony conversation, according to a net buddy, according to montefalco says he had 90,000 conversation, the prophet alayhi salatu was Salam. And then he came back and his bed was still warm, he would walk in front of beer, but he's talking to me. And he's telling me but how is it possible? And how can people believe in all this?

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He also mocked the splitting of the moon of the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam, which was Bismillah by the permission of Allah. He said, How is it possible that I am standing on one feet? You know what he did? He stood on one feet in front of Wilbur. And then he said, obion but is it possible that I can also lift my second leg and stand in thin air? No, it's not possible, then how is it that people can believe that the moon was split into two?

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Volume Two pitch 326.

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This light the names Ahmed, Mohammed and Mustafa. Because these were the names of the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam. And he instructed all those children who have the name of Mr. Muhammad Mustafa that it be changed to

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be instructed that the DNS we change it doesn't like it. And the effect of that is seen in a query and every is written by his one of his knowledge of who

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and other person ignatova has changed the name of some of the people in this code. For example, there was a man called Mohammed Mooney, he has recorded his name as mooning Han. There was a man called Shahab, Shahabuddin Mr. Khan, his name is recorded as just ship upon

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proceeding further.

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Tarik mentioned that page number 324. That

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prohibited the reading of Salah in congregation, a man who would lead the Salah in congregation he prohibited that Salah be led in congregation he banned people going out for Jamal Jamal, WC Jamal, Jamal, Salah All right, I need to clarify. He repeated. The people going for Hajj, a man within money he would send people he prohibited the Muslims from going for Hajj.

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He withdrew all maintain incentives which were being given for the welfare of the masters and the madrasahs. But even disliked and disapproved the knowledge of Islam people acquiring knowledge of Islam he disapproved and this was mentioned in

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Volume Two page number 370. he disliked it. He disapproved Islamic learning. He had an issue and people would go for acquiring knowledge of the Quran. They would go for the study of the expertise of the Quran. He didn't like all of this. He disapproved it he banned it.

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Let me go to something about Akbar which is mentioned by the one of the famous historian by the name of Fayetteville, Amanda Dewey. And I'm just coming up.

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He says 1000 years after the traveler had begun his journey, and after 400 years had passed over in slumber wizards coming from Iran in the reign of whisper to the Emperor that the fate of the Prophet had come to the end of its journey, the faith that the deen of Islam is coming to an end, but the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam had was coming to an end and it was high time for an electric Emperor to run Allah you see how he is addressing us but it says illiterate Emperor to replace the religion of the unlettered prophet by his own Dean ilahi. The margins let the holy fire under the rule of

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the Christians rang the church bells, the Brahmins bedecked the idols, and yoga and Sufi ism join hands mysticism, mysticism coming from what the Sufi is due to illuminate the temple and the masjid with the same light. Anybody desires to get a glimpse of this multicolored the religion should go through the toughest on Amazon. He would see many a person with a rosary in his hand and a sacred thread around his neck, grandees prostrating before the Emperor call us so we'll be waiting upon the Mona and the sermon is telling the faithful in the masjid Glorified is He Allah what he means

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glorify this V Allah.

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And while all of this was going on, and I'm concluding about Akbar and introducing another personality, while all of this was going on, cave of Kala from surfen, called out Clear the way and he comes, who has to walk the track, he was a machete. He was a revivalist. His name was Mr. Henley and he came from the family of oma evening.

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He was the direct descendant of Omar Ibn Al Fatah. Ilan, when we will look at what were the words that surround the upgrades all of that time, he made some efforts to reestablish the Islam which had been hijacked by a but let me tell you some of the outcomes of what happened just at that time when Albert had hijacked the deen of Islam,

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the Hindus they came out and our handmade halaal for inter caste marriages. And many inter caste marriages took place in Kashmir and Punjab, Kashmir and Punjab became the third where many Muslim women were forcibly married off to Hindu men. There are many of them forcibly. This was the diktat of

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many of the mustards of the Muslims had been converted into the temples as well.

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During the reign of Abba,

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he had stopped giving maintenances as well.

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Let us go back from Atlanta, to who came after but

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who came after

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the army. That

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was the father. All right. When was the father it? No, it happens, you know, so many names. And, you know, incidentally, almost Jahangir Sharjah, they all mean the same. They all been conquered of the world ruler of the world. Jahangir means the king of the world.

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He was not a religious minded person. So we are now moving from Orange. To Jahangir. I've given you a background of what was happening at the time. But in brief, now I'm telling you about Django and Django. Let's understand here is a man whose father has not focused on the deen. He was misguided and misled later on. Johansson was not a religious man. And we should also say he was not an enemy of Islam. He was neither working.

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Nor was the enemy of Islam, he was up.

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He was a secular,

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he was a secular will accept the word. He was a kind of secular, which was, and we know what was the secularism of making the Allah into making the Haram into Allah stopping the Muslims from worshipping and today people call the secular this this secularism? Is this the secularism you're talking of? He banned the slaughter of cow to please his wife.

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He wanted to please his wife. He took up life from other communities. He wanted to please that, please the people of those community.

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It's mentioned

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in orange and his times are unsafe in his time is the work on the life policy. And they have quoted from gungi ashrafi, page number 1172. That in the beginning of jungle zoo, many masjids had been demolished and appropriated by non Muslims in the early part of Japanese zoo.

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Now this has been recorded in our exhibit this time, trophy records, it is number 1172. That we see that the work of amateur certainly had started showing Mr. Henley had started writing letters to those callers who are there in the quote of john D. He started sending out letters to the ruler himself, and started telling them to come back to Islam, to stablish Sharia to understand this objective of being the ruler of the country, the ruler of the land, why has chosen him to become the ruler, he has a duty he has an obligation, he has to establish justice. And so Canada when we talk about a Muslim ruling, we are not saying that the Muslim will come and rule and he will make oppress

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the disbelievers. No, when a Muslim is supposed to rule he has to establish justice and firmness. And we will look at how he will. Rahim Allah was very strict with the Muslims when it came to establishing justice a little later.

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And so we see that in the later part of Jahangir. slowly and steadily there was a gradual reform in Hungary.

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Moving on from Hungary, we move to Sharjah Vista. Now Sharjah also means the leader of the world. So john Gibbons king of the world, Sharjah, means leader of the world, Ireland good means conqueror of the world, almost similar kinds of meanings all of a sudden

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The same kind of meaning.

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The the the the rule of Sharjah lasted for 31 years and it is often called as the golden period of the Mughals. The sharp period of Sargeras rule is regarded as the golden period of the Mughals. He was regarded as a man who was very kind, the Netherlands and someone who took the Sharia in reverence. He was very serious about the Sharia. He tried, he strived and we will look at some of his work. He is known to have been a great builder and we know about that if you go and look at the lovely architecture, the Jama Masjid and some of the other modules that was built during his time. It is an example about how he admired architecture. He abolished the ceremonial prostration before

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the king, which was started by his

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grandfather, john the Father.

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He restored the mosque which had been converted into temples at the time of early part of Japanese and the later part of

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he restored those not and the reference for this is that Shana Muhammad was volume to page 58 Records in the cinema volume to page 58 about the reinstallation of the machine which had been previously converted into temples.

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So it was not that the temples were converted into Masjid, but the Muslims were restored.

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The Masjid which had become into temples were restored. He liberated many Muslim women for which were taken into a wedlock forcibly by the Hindus.

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He just annulled the marriage, he instructed that all sex marriages be brought to an end immediately. In 16 134, this law was abolished. And Punjab and Kashmir where this was absolutely prevented, as I mentioned to you a while back, the reference for this is the Cambridge history of India, Volume, page number 217.

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Sharjah was

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bombed. And we all know it.

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She must have been extremely beauty. Beautiful. And that's why we see how lovely work he did in her honor. When she died. He became extremely depressed after her death. It was extremely effective. And so what he did, he got 20,000 workers together and spent seven years in building.

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Right?

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What is that man?

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It's almost alien. And what

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is it?

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What happens when

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a person is married.

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And Subhanallah Johnny with all the good words such as

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala reward him richly for the good work that he did. But this was certain

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misguidance in his time, 20,000 workers

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seven years look at the amount of time that was wasted in building a cover. Agree.

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So this was the period of Sharjah. Now because of his depression,

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and his lack of effectiveness.

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There was already a turmoil which had started taking place in the Indian Empire. Now when we talk about the internet, but we're talking about the Mughal Empire. It's an Indian Empire.

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The British had started coming in the US who had already become a little strong during the time of asthma, but some odd restrictions have taken place at the time of shutdown the early part when they saw the charger had become you know, gone into depression and was not actively involved. They started taking advantage. They started renewing the old fuse, you know the old views which were there, they started renewing them and you're busy depressed is not doing anything. So we need to introduce another character into the picture the Crown Prince for the Crown Prince was supposed to take over the reins.

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Dara shikoh now Sharjah had six children can someone tell me the name

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someone can tell me the names of the six children attend we have given him a sister section also in case they would want to participate. Yeah, brother look man can just do the needful. So Can someone tell me the name

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bicycle

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Laura

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and

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Johanna

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and one more fun shooter shooter. So you have these sons and two daughters daughter she was in Delhi. Delhi was the capital and children was

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We started

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Shuja was the governor of Bingo.

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They had been governor for decades.

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Your place Kenny Beckett plateau, this entire thing is part of the platinum. All right. So he will go over here he was managing us the governor for how many years? Eight years. He was already a governor for eight years, and was the governor of goodra. Now, when

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I started seeing the problem before coming up in the Empire, he immediately wrote a letter to the other brothers, box and Shuja boxes, that we need to go to Delhi and meet up with our fathers. And this was done in privacy without informing anyone. Why? Because the rule was that if the king is there, you cannot leave your area of control. Your governor, the governor of Declan, the governor of New Jersey, you cannot leave without the permission of the king. So is it fair that we need to go back and our father is not where is ailing you need to go and address him sister was ailing. So you know, with this excuse, the excuse of the system was not well, our Instagram Ola as the other

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brothers to proceed to them in the deli, the dispute took place for who will take up the rulership. Now, before we talk about who was right, Dara shikoh are our exhibits. We need to have a background of who he was.

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It will be wrong to outrightly say that Donald Trump was a motor, many of his followers right away. So

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I'll leave that Paula to judge, we will just talk about some of the things that are super deep, which will become very evident from what our you know, what was the mentality of Doris

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Doris Chico had fallen into the mystic Sufi spells. And he started calling himself an RF cannon. You know, the one who knows Allah who has known Allah, and therefore he said, I don't need to read Salaam and I don't need to fast after today. I'm an artist

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who said this.

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This is mentioned in

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Volume One, page number 717. and page number $725. Because studied Sanskrit and was he was fascinated by the Vedas and the yoga and the philosophy and this level, leading him to the pantheistic belief of his great great grandfather,

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Dara shikoh, father,

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grandfather,

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great grandfather.

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He found the

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confusing.

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He found the punishers more enlightening, and therefore some

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historians have recorded that he in fact instructed that the Vedas and the Upanishads be translated into Arabic so that it will be sent across to those who understand the language.

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It's mentioned in Ireland give Nara volume seven page number 179 that Scottish Eagle adopted the name Rabu. Rabu means got a lot, each word right? something to that effect, and the inscribed on the ring that he wore.

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Who's this? Dara shikoh, the Crown Prince.

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How now you understand the mindset of Abraham Allah. Here is a man who now let's we'll have now introduced our background here as well. But before that, let me just tell you what a single writer says. A Hindu writer by the name of Sue Johnson, he writes, in philosophize altomare, which 58 as being inclined towards the religion of Hindus, he's talking about that a sicko? He associated themselves with Brahmins, Yogi's and pundits, and then he goes on, he regarded Vedas as the book of Allah book of God and he discarded fasting and prayer.

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Dara shikoh

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with all of these, now we are facing Odin Zhi Rahim Allah will deliver do in such a scenario, all zebra Hema hula right from his childhood he was being trained by the great grandson of Kennedy. His name was sayfudine Edna Muhammad Massoud

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he was the teacher of our NZ Rahim Allah. So you can understand that the deen is being taught to our by the great grandson of

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Hindi who is a direct descendant of Omar Abdel Fattah delana.

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And therefore audience Abraham Allah felt that it was a need that my father was depressed. The nation was being attacked by the enemies. The British was getting stronger.

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They were making inroads

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who were otherwise supposed to have, you know, you give your back to the king, you are already a subject of the king. But now seeing the charge is depressed, they started getting the strength, you know, hit back and now any again become powerful in this scenario or and given the the coating what was happening in history orans Abraham, Allah felt that it was a need that we get that the control so that justice is established on in the land once again. And if the court would have become the key, and he was the conference, you can now see what danger was ahead. You could see the danger which was ahead, I've already given you the background. So now, you know, you can judge for yourself

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whether orangy was right, or he was not.

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When he was 14 now moving into the life of volunteer from Allah, when Allah was 14, upon occasion, you know, in front of the king and was the thing that when Shatta Wale used to be parade of elephants, and it was very common in India, India used to have huge elephants. So there will be parade of elephants, which would take place, and all the four sons of Sharjah was standing upon occasion, not standing, they were mounted on the horse, and they were watching the parade of the elephants. And one of the elephants lunged forward and he attacked the horse of orange zebra himolla and he killed the horse to the other end. And along with that golden zebra human level also flung

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across what the golden zebra is 14 years old. How many of you have a 14 year old child at home? 13 to 15 years old? Yeah. Now you imagine what would you do as a father? Or what would your child Do you know your child better? What would your child do? I will get scared

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and start crying.

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You know, need not think of as just give up over there. He looked at somebody you know father will come on mother will come and lift him up.

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14 year old boy, you know what he did? He took off his shirt and he started fighting with the elephant. He wanted to kill the elephant. Now of course, a 14 year old boy trying to kill with a sword would not have been possible. So what the other warriors journey the soldiers did they quickly when they're in the middle and they pulled out Odin j Rahim Allah but look at the courage of a 14 year old boy.

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Look at the courage of Alden zebra, Kamala his 14 year old and he does not fear all of these. And this is the beauty of Islam of some of the dead led an army at 4070 at the age of 17. He led an army Zubair How many of you know who's aware of the Longworth?

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Yes,

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the most important thing is known for know Okay, the most important thing about him is that he's one of the

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one of the 10 who are granted paradise for us to know that because there are a group of people who regard

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as Jani you know, they were not good Muslims and the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam in his last

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he said, I'm going to leave this dunya and Zubair I am pleased the house of Tibet will be next to my house in Ghana.

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At the age of 16, the prophet alayhi salatu was Salam suddenly saw that Zubair even Allah Wa, has hit the streets of Mecca. And you know, in the prime of Makkah, the Muslims were consolidating, you know, the focus was moved on. So he was not on fighting, fighting. They were being persecuted, but they were not retaliating. They were undergoing the persecution

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of the sword and he did the street of mcra the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam bumped into him and said, Yes.

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He said yes to the loss of Salaam I had heard that he had killed you. And I had to let the streets of Makkah flow with a 16 year old, so bear with me. And then the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam he was aware of the alarm when he studied.

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That's another story. You know, the brother was mentioning about the heroes of Islam that we do. So we discussed this in the details of Islam lecture. We're talking about the age of what Islam is doing to a 16 year old man, a boy. behaving like man. 17 year old Osama bin Zayed leading an army 14 year old orange and what we'll be doing when we will put in 15 1617 we were enjoying watching WWF WWE wrestling what is our child doing at home they are also enjoying watching Wrestling, fake wrestling and happy with that handler.

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Orange Abraham a whole lot have learned the rules of Islam. He has memorized many prophetic traditions. And we will look into that in a while from now. He was taught to love the Quran and the Sunnah of the prophet alayhi salatu was Salam and he ordered the righteous people and good people who value people who had

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he had knowledge of this era.

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Big and Persian language we mentioned at the outset he was a master when it came to poetry. We also spoke about calligraphy. We spoke about his chivalry, you know, he was a seasoned warrior. He also was taught horsemanship and he also had learned the recitation of the Quran. He was also educated in Who's this our Rahim Allah, look at the call with Shuja sorry. Look at the contrast. Look at the contrast with his great grandfather, who was illiterate.

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We spoke about the incident at 14

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now, when Sharjah was put under house arrest, you know, we're gonna just skip through to what happened when he became the ruler when Sharjah was put under house arrest. Now, we need to stop there for a while.

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Was it correct to purchase the house? These are questions burning questions report burning question was about and now we dealt with, we looked at what all things he was up to the mischief that he was up to the the look the loss that is close to Islam. In his time,

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we have looked into the RC for now we are looking at our zebra himolla. And we are also looking at his relationship with his father. The question is was He justified to imprison his father, a ruler who's ruling this land. And this land is getting infiltrated by the British who's trying to take control of the wealth and the resources of this country so that they can drain it. And we know historically, when British took over what was the first thing they did, they drain away the resources of India in this country. And we will talk about India how it was during our example, economic facts were also being shared in Charlottesville. So with all of these things started

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happening, and Borussia, the Crown Prince was misled and was misguided. And he was

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looking at reestablishing the pantheistic belief of

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orangey Rahim Allah has to take various calls. And therefore the first goal was to ensure the data secure does not take over the reins. To the two other brothers, which were there, one of them fled, the other was also murdered. Because they all were fighting, they were all fighting, all the brothers started fighting for power. And all these different levels left and Sharjah was left shotgun was put under house arrest because he was lost, he was depressed. And he bought a used mirror for him to see the grave. And you know, keep looking at his grave and spend the rest of his life and he spent the rest five to seven years of his life in prison. But if any of you have gone

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and seen the police when he was in prison, you will see that he had also set up a Masjid next to that imprisonment in those days does not mean that you were put under you know, locking key was just that the soldiers were instructed that you should not come out. But he kept the mustard there and he gave him all the things that was required. But look, this is the beauty of a ruler, a ruler who rules by Justice, he does not let his emotions and love come in between the rights of the people. He has to fulfill the rights of the people he has, he is a wise judgment of a loss of Allah, he knows that he has been given a responsibility and in order to fulfill the responsibilities not letting the

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emotion the love that the child has for the father, that the brother has one other brother, that the Father has four sons, do you know that I had two of the sons imprisoned, one for life and the other for eight years. And you know why? Because these sons had contacted the enemies. And it was very common in those days, that the children of the rulers would try to contact the enemies and come into effect so that they could throw away the power and they could become the leader. So the chairman of orange was also you know, coming up with these sinister ideas. So he dealt with them also strictly look, we are talking about communities look at how just he is even with his family members

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coming back to haunt him a whole lot.

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India was in chaos due to the dispute amongst the brothers and it was over in xav Rahim Allah who spent 20 years consolidating the power within the Sultanate to protect it from external enemies. We spoken about that and ultimately restored stability within India. The Monitors were reacting he engaged in walls with them and he took back the territories which were once again recaptured by the Murata. He strived against the deviant groups which was a he strived against those who refuse to accept the authority.

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He was strong in administrative affairs, leadership qualities he used to do everything by himself.

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Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam said in a hadith that

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he was asked

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on the way to paradise the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that if you guarantee me that you will not ask anyone for anything, and this paraphrasing the Hadith I don't I'm not. I don't recall the exact word, but something to the effect that if you stop asking anyone for anything except a lot and you just ask a loved one with them and you do everything by yourself, then sometimes guarantee for you. Now, of course, during the holiday thing, the orange Avraham olabisi, that quality in him, used to do everything by himself. He ruled India for a period of 50 years. And eight years, he was the governor of death in two which means he was a leader for 58, approximately 60 years he was the

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leader. That's a huge number of years that he has led. So we are talking about a seasoned ruler. He was a seasoned ruler, Rahim Allah.

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He was born with his children, too. We mentioned about that. And we said that governance requires firmness and justice and he did not differentiate when it came to family as well. He memorized the Quran after ascending the throne at the age of 41. He ascended the throne at the age of 41. Today, brothers, you may be a 30 Plus, some of you might be 25 Plus, and I'm also 20 Plus, technically, but

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but we feel

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how can we memorize the Quran? You know,

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some of the tools I can memorize I can memorize and here is a man who the ruler of the country imagine the kind of problems that he's going through the chaos which is there to establish justice and those who are not the days of technology and Facebook and WhatsApp and you know, you write a letter to the governor and tell the governor Okay, this is a issue WhatsApp me you have a whatsapp group with all those luxury in those days.

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With all of those challenges, he memorized the Quran after sending the phone. So this shows the will of orange zebra mahalo. And of course, we have the incident of the Sahaba the spread, and he's the son of the Sabbath accepted Islam a very old day, and yet, they memorize the Quran.

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He wrote books and poetry, he was extremely fond of music, by the way, before he came, became a ruler. He was extremely fond of music. But you see, he was trained in the Hanafi jurisprudence, and under the Hanafi, jurisprudence, music is regarded as

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intact, if I'm not mistaken. And if any, you can correct me also, I've heard that the man behind him for whom Allah mentioned that if anyone does this also, kind of music

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to string. Allah knows best. If I'm misquoting Allah, forgive me for that. And any one of you can just correct me if I'm wrong.

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He wrote books also in his life. And prior to becoming the king, he wrote something like what we did with his 40 has he collected 40 for this orange zebra mala collected 40 hobbies, and he gave a commentary on that before becoming the ruler. And after becoming the ruler, he again was collecting 40 more hobbies and giving a commentary on that. So basically, he wrote, he collected at hobbies, and he gave commentary on that, and he was qualified. What we are saying is he was qualified, we've already read about his

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Islamic knowledge and background.

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He was a skilled calligrapher. We used to write the Quran and earn a living off of it. He never took the money from a cool man. You know this.

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You look to the life of these people. You look at the life of

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the law, you look into the life of

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man, by the law, and you look into Omar Abdullah de sala de nada, up through the last last moments when they were dying, and you will realize they left no money, they were hardly had any money. Some of them didn't even have money to buy the cup and the wife is sitting at home, they don't have money,

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just for the cases of the rulers of those times great rulers. And here we have orange zebra himolla, writing the product and selling it and earning a living for the time and effort he did for writing the Koran. He has a lot of wealth in the Bible. And in fact, we will look at the economic factors a little later. And some of the historian says that if you look at the wealth of the Ottoman, so fans who were there and you compare to the wealth of Mughal Empire during orange, orange, they've had much more wealth than even the Ottoman

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orange mala when he died, he left behind 805 rupees only remember as well giving up six lakh rupees, we spoke about that. So, you can understand the kind of money that the people had at those times. And here we have

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805 rupees when he died and you know Where did he get the 805 rupees from and this was mentioned in bastad alum getting this 805 rupees he got by missing cat and spelling

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In private, no one knew that it was the passenger being mentored by the team, he would ask the person to just go out and sell it and get me the money. This 805 rupees was collected from that when he died. This was the only money which was there. And yet well,

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that when I die of the money, which is there, use five rupees to buy a cup and for me from that money and the balance distributed amongst the poor, who owns a Rahim Allah, may Allah have mercy on the soul.

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Now, one of the things which aldens Abraham Allah was deprived of was

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he couldn't go for Hajj. And one of the reasons for that was that the early part, he was really in charge of the decades, and you people are very difficult to do. So he was on, he was always on the toes for that eight, eight years when he was governor of the decades. The maracas were also very active. So he had to be there all the time. And I mentioned to you a while back there to leave the area of control, you need to take permission from the king. So traveling for husband three months to go three months to come back. And probably you would stay there for another month or two, literally, you'd be out for half the half the year. It was not feasible. He could not go and when he became the

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ruler, we know that the situation was chaotic initially to pause 20 years of the period he was establishing the laws and then after that he really never got time. He just didn't get time you add supplemental levy will read a little later as well. This all ends Abraham Allah will go to the masjid to offer the five times Allah He will make sure that he would not miss the congregation of Salah he would strive to make every effort to ensure that he gets the jamaa Not only that, he would travel, you know within the country he ever had to travel he would travel and plan in such a way that his Juma does not get missed. He wanted to ensure that we would get the Juma in congregation.

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So Pamela look at the concern of this ruler is ruling the land of and this country has got the most wealth during the Rule of Origin Rahim Allah.

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He also wrote a very famous fatwa, Alan Geary, and he is this very famous, these are six volumes. And this book basically has recording of rulings. And these these are just collection of rulings. They do not record the detailed references. So you can imagine if the detailed references were recorded, the 6 million volumes would have run into 50 volumes.

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Just six volumes of which are only has the candidate journey on the basis of which you do the rulings.

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Abraham Allah was an aesthetic person he was

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he used to pass on Mondays Thursdays and Fridays. In addition to the other past he would fall for the month of Chavez, the past of Ramadan, the YAML bead and any other parts, which were there, the fasting of Ashura, all of these, the arafah all of these used to engage in apart from the fact that there was the past which also used to do, he would engage in the prayers as well. There are many occasions in which it has been reported that he would engage in 100 prayers, pajamas, we mentioned that we also would lead people in Dharavi. Remember, he memorized the Quran, and he would start leading people in Dharavi. And we were very humble man, very humble man. He had set a particular day

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wetness day of the week where he would not go anywhere, he would only sit and listen to people. He would have people coming to him with that problem. One on One directly, nobody in the middle. He would only engage in interaction with people to panel

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and yet live a life according to the seminar. Yet live the life according to this one. Now. Some important things which you need to know What's the date today? What's the date

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17th of May.

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No, no Islamic date now the Gregorian calendar, which means may 16, may 13, may 16 169. How many years back 341 plus 5356 years back 356 years back on this date around this time.

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Our unsaved rocky mala did an ad for which he discussed and I'm told that even his name is not taken in a particular state. I don't want to mention the name now. You know what he did? He abolished hunger. I call bangbang. You know, when you have a form of intoxication, you bring it and you lose control of yourself. You don't know what you're talking. You don't know who you're talking to. You're just lost. He abolished punk

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13 B 1600 59.

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It's mentioned in volume seven page number 87. That orange Abraham Allah abolish

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the different kinds of taxes which were being collected right from the time of birth, and the early rules were initiated at different kinds of taxes.

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He abolished all of them. We, you know, I hope you understand what I'm saying. Because you people will be confused. What am I talking? Because we have always read in history, that Here comes a man who put taxes on the Muslims and they didn't do that he made life miserable. eight different kinds of taxes which were abolished by law. What were these taxes? They used to be? You know what? When you're going on the bypass or highway, you have toll booths. There used to be toll booths, they used to collect money from those toll booths, he abolished those taxes, that no one will pay any taxes. In order to start your business. The mobile early rulers they have started a system of Pandaria tax,

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a ground tax for a house tax, which has to be paid by every trader, butcher, author gela banker everyone had to pay taxes odunsi Ramallah policies, we don't need this money abolishing you don't need taxes from abolishing vanilla. Who is this? The man who is that he put taxes? taxes?

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taxes? On top of that

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he removes taxes on spirits, I call right? Tell me

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more taxes on gambling houses. He removed taxes from brothels

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Why?

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Okay, we're

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taking a toll, you know, robbery, the tool is

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to where is the justification? Tell me how many student of finance and economics here any student of economics?

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Anybody? No one of

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you people in Bangalore don't study economics is it?

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Oh, right, right, of course, an economics student here Corolla Corolla. You see what happens is, in politics, if you will understand when you are taking taxes, you are legitimizing that business,

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right or wrong. When the government collects taxes, from the brothels, from the gambling houses, from the wine houses, you are legitimizing that business, that this business is allowed permitted, let's take taxes from there. What is it by removing the taxes, he has already made this business illegitimate, and then he also abolished brothels, he removed as one of the banned alcohol, not only did he remove the taxes, plus step was removed the taxes so that we are not dependent on the income so that the owners of the brothels and the wine houses will not come and say, Oh, yummy. Oh, Kim. Oh, Monica Hinduja. paying your taxes. Why are you stopping us? Oh, we don't need your money. You

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go. That's what he did. So I hope you understand the hikma behind it, if you analyze it as a student of political science or economics, and you know, you understand what I'm trying to tell you.

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So these were some of the things which he did. Now, yes, we know that we

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get two forms of taxes. And he's not exactly the jizya was there and zakra was there on the Muslim the Muslim had to face?

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What do you mean by he put the burden of taxes on Windows? Did not the Muslims have to pay the tax?

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All in say, Rahim, Allah and I am skipped through the portion. He instructed that all the Zakat be paid back to the people we don't need

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to look at.

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But I beg your pardon. I beg your pardon. In his time he remitted those of the people you don't know we don't need the ticket that people are giving the deposit trying to purify the when they're trying to give

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but

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we don't need it remit the money back.

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And mobilizing No, you have to

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be getting rid of at taxes Muslims up.

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And to the Hindus who will not fight in the battlefield with us. You need security. The juicy

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juicy is just security that we will take care of those who are fighting with us. Are the people not paying tax today? Don't you and me pay tax does in a portion of the tax money go to the army, the salaries for the defense.

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And I'm not trying to compare the two. One is from a lot of the Jews yet from a lion. It is hot and it has Rama and it has Baraka. But what we're trying to say is how different is jizya in this context of what you're charging today,

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from that perspective, you can tell me you don't want to pay your tax the country Kingdom you don't want to pay, okay? The nation will not defend you if something goes wrong. you defend for yourself and for yourself. No, I'm paying the taxes that we're not getting into Australia rulings and etc. Please avoid that with me. I'm not a student of it. All right. And the one

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He was talking about him on Wednesday, but he's Rahim Allah. So you can even ask him the question now. So avoid the shery question. Just understand the hikma behind what was there.

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Looking at the economic perspective, it is recorded by Professor Angus Madison, and this medicine. He is a professor from a New Zealand based University. He says that India had the highest GDP in the turn of the 17th century. Now, you know, when I was a student of economics, and it's just about a couple of years back when I was doing my business studies, when I read this, and I looked at the contribution of India's GDP to the world, GDP, India's contributing nearly 25% Do you know that second to India was China, in the contribution of the world's GDP? When I read this, I was intrigued, I thought

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I was not too much into the study of the industry. So I've seen three discipline rules. And I see So panela, the turn of the century, 1600 1699 and 1705, that period, it's the rule of

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law, in spite of abolishing all the taxes, look at where the GDP of the nation was.

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25% of the world's GDP was being contributed by India.

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So channel,

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orange Rahim, Allah, you call this man, you don't feel like taking his name, and information in some states, you bank. And you can even really wipe up the name of the person who takes such name of people like orange, Louisiana for a lecture, people told me you know, it was a years of Islamic studies that talk of everyone but you know, just a wall avoid oranges. Why? Why? Look at his contribution, his contribution is in front of us. History has recorded it, these are historical facts we can't deny.

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Now, he also fought against innovation or and gave him a whole lot he fought against innovation, we abolished the customs of Boeing, Boeing and kissing the ground, he asked everyone who would come to him to wish him a Salam alikoum. Now for this group of people might feel that you're Oh, he was so intolerant. And you mean he was an extremist. But what we say is when we look into these qualities, somebody who's stopping without, he's against celebrating of any innovative festivals, he was against that celebration of innovative festival, we say that these are qualities of a person who's following the ways of the seller. These are qualities of a person follow the way of the seller.

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However, as we mentioned early on, that he was trained in fifth of the Hanafi jurisprudence. And we know that in India, most of the countries that time and even today are having the Moto df either.

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Now, without getting into the nitty gritties of

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what we have to say is if you go to any of the historical work, there are some Sufi who have written about our

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claim.

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You know, and this has happened to me Also, many people tried to claim that he was one of us. Likewise, there are many people who try to claim oranges without any.

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We have given you the delille with references that he has actions which were against innovation, he had actions which was against grave worship, and etc, so on and so forth. So he's tried for that. Now, there is no clear cut evidence. So we are not going to get into that we have to leave his affairs to Allah. Allah will judge his affairs on the Day of Judgment, we have enough for us to

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law laws and neighbor children after him. Why don't we name our children after the years of Islam and of course, you can name your child a beloved man and after the Sahaba but people name the children at birth, you have many shooters among the Muslims, you will find what works for them, you will find all of these names john D, alanine except orange, orange, they will not come

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Alright, moving a little further he also he he practically applied the methodology. So all of these things which we are talking of the that he was against celebration of innovative festival, etc. Not only was he personally against it, he applied it in the land as well. He stopped the journey the open market which used to take place in the streets by the shields. He said What is it this is not from the deen of Islam. So all of these innovation goes back

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to back then

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check it

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out and he's recorded the history of Islam beautifuly and about orangey Rahim Allah in the mobile period, you should try and see if you can get his book.

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Check out he says about Golden State Rahim Allah. He said he had the remnants of the color ferocity. He had the remnants of the rightly guided colors. This is the corner which a historian is giving to

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Rahim Allah, we have a couple of things more to discuss in sha Allah. And then we will wrap up because there's one more allegation which we have not dealt with the allegation of temples. And this is an allegation, which is put on orangey by Allah. Now, when you bring an allegation, you have to bring evidence. What evidence do you have? The foreman will give an order on a given format. So there must be formats available data formats. Let's have a look at your format. And when you get your format, we'll have to look at the context in which the format will issue and a very eminent individual who is the winner of the Padma Shri mission but not funded, he was the ex Orissa

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governor. And he is from the Gandhian principles, okay. He was one of those who was there at the time of India in getting its independence. He had the Gandhian philosophy. He was awarded with Padma Shri, I believe in 1976. Around that time, Dr. Pandey writes and I'm just going to cut short. The discussion of I'll just mentioned to you what he has mentioned about his research.

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He says I was extremely intrigued

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to find out and know what exactly happened at the time of hauling zebra phenomenon. And people Salta he mentioned about both and he's written a book on Wednesday, when people can just give you the name of the book also on giving people tools on

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detail on their religious policies. So he did their study on their religious policies to see what was the word that you know in people. So, can your man hear from Mysore he gained more scale conversion past a conversion happened in people to country analyze coming to orangevale not discuss people so time for this time around maybe next visit inshallah we should have.

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The 13th power conversion must finish in Sharla. Let me just read through please patiently Hear me out when I'm reading through this.

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Dr. Pandey was nice enough to deliver two lectures on the themes per month of orange wave and other mobile emperors and people and evaluation of religious policy under the auspices of the Institute of the objective studies at the academy staff policy, Jamia millia Islamia on 17th and 18th November. In the first paper, Dr. Pandey has stated after critically examining the analysis of the per month of oranges collected from various parts of the Indian subcontinent that the mobile Emperor orange Jade has issued charges and cash gifts for the maintenance of the temples namely, the somesh was not Mahadev temple situated at the confluence of Ganga and Yamuna Allahabad mahabaleshwar, a temple

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situated at a Jain, Balaji, temple, etc. Both Oman and the temple at Gauhati and the Jain Temple of angel and other temples in guru Doris capital in northern India, who was giving maintenance

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orangy the man who was alleged to have

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raised the temples and the guru who are healing maintain,

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then people don't know the difference between money and sword. I don't know people don't understand they were getting money and they passed it on as

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the raising of the temples etc.

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Dr. Pandey has also cited instances that orange a bit or the destruction of temples and Masjid

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but he has mentioned that there were reasons behind each of them. The Forman's mentioned some of the reasons we will discuss about the Vishwanath temple at Varanasi, and I'll just quickly read through that, regarding the Vishwanath temple, which is very famous. What happened was orange Avraham, Allah was traveling to Bengal. He was traveling from Bengal. And you know, when these people used to move, they had lot of Hindu nobles. Also, along with them in the caravan which used to go there were a lot of Hindus, Rogers and the retina used to be there. So what the retina requested the thing was that olden days or ameerul, momineen or molekule, when we are approaching Banaras, and the Temple of

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which one of our women wants to take a dip at the Ganges, the Rockies want to make a difference again. So what did the intolerant orange zebra

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get? He immediately instructed that army we pivoted at the corners, and the Grammys be allowed to go and we shall wait for them to come back. The team is going to bingo hall, and the king is saying we will wait for the people to come back.

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In politics, you call this intolerance.

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Is this intolerance. According to your definition, this is secularism because the definition that

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this seems to be more secular than 100

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the army pickets were placed and the rod is made journey on Falcons, you know,

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you

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used to be there you know they used to carry

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Among parties, they took a dip and came back except the Maharani of cups. This is recorded by Dr. Pandey Islam in Indian culture. It's available in the Oriental Public Library published in 1887. And of course, this is a series of lectures ultimately delivered.

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He said when the areas was so it could not be found when he was informed. He was in read as

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he met senior officers and in order to carry them and find out

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who the installer is good in inverted commas. The intolerant orange a lot is searching for the women who had gone to take a dip in the Ganges it did not come back.

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Ultimately, they found that there was a statue of the Ganesh Ganesh is supposed to be one of the idols with the Hindus worship. So there was a statue of Ganesh on the wall, and the Ganesh statue could move. Then it was the wall could move. So when the statue was removed before there were a flight of stairs, which was going down example. We have a flight of stairs here. So you remove the statue and the flight of stairs is going down. When they found the flight of stairs. The army went down and they saw that the Maharani had been dishonored, and all agilities was stolen.

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Now you I hope you understand what dishonouring mean, I'm using a good word, so that you understand she was dishonored. When orange moolah heard it. He immediately instructed that the funding of the temple who had run away was more or less he found out the Rogers who were there. And the other Hindu leaders were there. They were extremely enraged, and they demanded from all India that we want justice. So the search was carried out and eventually the pundit was caught and he was punished according to whatever the law was there at that time. There are others also said the you know, the some of the pundits, the other pundits who were there, the Hindu, spiritual priests who were there,

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they came up and said that the sacred area of Vishwanath has become gnostic, you know, because a wrong act has taken place. And therefore, we must remove the statue of which one after another please. So orange Rahim Allah instructed that another one that we made, and the which one article, the which one of either removed there, and therefore this paper was taken down.

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This was the context.

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All this un cried that he broke down the budget we took down but we

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were ready to come to

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the table, go to the history of the format of the temple. And you know, Bishop, we're not funding faxes for the other temples, he actually wrote to many of the temples which are there in Banaras death, do they have any commands from the time of the model and some of the commands which came before in policy, he had a friend who could read policy, he said that oranges mentioned that you can get maintenances and know you can maintain answers to these chemicals which were there. Now we're not going to get into the shery ruling etc. Because these are the this was the call of the leader of that time to give maintenances to the temple. Now he is not there. And his affairs have a lot to

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judge. But we are just clarifying the fact that he was not

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anti the temple that at the temples we took taken down and you know, the temples we raised and removed from the landlord. He was not he was just also there used to be a massive involvement of the government in our

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towns. Well, why

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did you notice there's even a funeral in Golconda there was a gentleman why, because he came to know that the governor of Golconda he had hidden the state well under the ground and then he had built the gentleman's given.

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So he instructed that the man should be broken down and the wealth of the state taken out.

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That is justice upholding the law.

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Unfortunately, people don't talk of it coming to the show of people to

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clarify on the issue of masks and wasn't at the time of people sold on December not found the opined

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that the prostate, which may be generalized as medieval to modern Indian Muslim state did not engage itself in any mass scale conversion. However, it is a fact that there was cases of conversion which took place during the time, but firstly, these offered as a mass level. And secondly, these were voluntary or on economic or any other consideration as many popular Sufi saints who live with the people at those times. They used to go and talk about the tenets of Islam and the people

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that had nothing to do with it.

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The allegation is on him. Yeah, nothing to do with this according to the research, which was carried out by Dr. Krishna Pandey and following the legacy left behind by the mobile rulers. People made lavish gifts to the Hindu temples particularly the street rather than as a temple located inside the port of srijan apartment.

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My sole people was an enlightened ruler. And according to the Sherman act, funding was secular and outlook. If you trust the Hindus have poor he also creates depictions of Mangalore and we also did not pay the villas of Malabar or the Maha Devi Muslim from the Nevada governor or whenever he suspected that there were tendencies among them to join hands with the British and the enemy. He was very strict. Now I have a guy who speak to you about all I have shaved off one point, I hope inshallah you're able to take the message, which is there. Some of the books which you can read, one of the book is the book spirit of Islam, this is by shockable personality another week. Now, we need

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to make a clarification as soon as you make a note of the name of the book, the status of Islamic spirit, that our Hassan avina do he has

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a leaning towards certain set or certain ideologies and which you will find in the book. So, what we do is we do not take the theme from him, we will take what is historical fact, we will leave aside everything else. So please keep this in mind whenever a book is given to you as reference. You can also read original mentality

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in which an article Islam kill him. You can also read the book, the compilation of history by Alia Tantawi and the work of B and finally, which I just mentioned to you a while back, the name is the name of the research is Islam and Indian culture and published by the FDA back into public library in 1987. So these are some of the books which were you can refer to insha Allah. You can also refer to a lecture by Dr. Muhammad Musa,

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Dr. Muhammad Musa Sharif on the life of our biology, it's an Arabic but it has English transcripts. inshallah, you can refer to that and you will find most of the information which has been given apart from the rulings which he hasn't mentioned. He's just covered the broader aspect. You can refer to that lectures when shala you will feel enlightened after that.

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We will conclude about Olympian Rahim Allah by quoting the words of the great poet of the subcontinent. allama Muhammad, Dr. Muhammad Iqbal says coming to the topic of Islamic revival and renovation in India to build up a two three people shake Mr. Oscar De Sha, Allah at the Hillary and olden days and had it not been for these great men and their herculean efforts, Islam would have been assimilated in India by the Hindu culture and philosophy.

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In the words of Dr. Muhammad, we make, we need to make important conclusion here that when we speak about our love, you acknowledge that he was not Massoud. He is bound to make mistakes, and there is no darkness except the prophets of Allah. So when you talk about any ruler from any background,

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he is not Massoud.

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So orange is not possible. But he is free. His body from the allegation that few people put on there any of those allegations of downtempo pharma, there must be a reason behind what he was doing. So the pharma in Sharjah restored the masjid it was because these must be converted into temples and I gave you the delille as well the batch Rama I mentioned about that. So I've given you the evidences and these are historical facts, instead of UN cry. I think what is required now is that people are having should have the courage to speak the truth. Make correction in your history books don't try to change a history, a group of people who try to change their history it shows the kind of

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inferiority complex that they suffer from, speak about your history openly. When we speak about our love, we acknowledge that he will have faults, he will have flaws. He may have issues on other aspects as well. That we wish will be same Allah have mercy on a certain conclusion we make dua that Allah subhanho wa Taala make us among those who are not hasty in judging

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any of the Muslim rulers and we make a very objective analysis with based on empirical evidence to get the evidences look at the performance Look, I am also shared about economic facts. Why so that today's the day and age of economics everyone is seen as a denying a

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person GDP data attribute

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idea or the opposite in DJ introduce the laws with orange a Rahim Allah has in his time, abolish alcohol, Ban gambling houses, remove all the brothels which are there which are existing why no one talks about this, introduce this remove all these forms of taxes insha Allah, you know, if you strive and struggle in the right direction, allow me to guide those people who are there. With that will conclude the session Sharma.