Mirza Yawar Baig – Akhlaaq of the Ummati #49

Mirza Yawar Baig
AI: Summary © The importance of hope in difficult situations is emphasized, along with the need for individuals to overcome struggles and avoid violating human rights. The speakers emphasize the importance of understanding and respecting privacy, as well as the importance of acceptance of Islam and embracing the solution of staying at home to avoid dangerous events. The importance of acceptance and embracing the solution is also highlighted.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen or salat wa salam O Allah Shara filmbay will mousseline

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Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu ala he value so seldom at the Sleeman kathira

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farmaajo. My dear brothers and sisters, we are living in difficult times.

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There is no running away from that there's no denying of that.

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degree of difficulty is a different issue. People have if you read history, and that is real, that is the reason why we must read history because it helps us to put our own situation in perspective, and compare it with what people have passed through or gone through in the past, and gives us courage and gives us hope.

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The most important thing to do when you are in difficult times is never to lose hope is always always always to have hope. Hope sometimes seems illogical hope sometimes seems unrealistic. But hope is absolutely critical in seeing us successfully through any difficult times that we might face. Our hope is based on one incontrovertible fact and one, which is also a fundamental of our belief, and that is that Allah subhanaw, taala knows and he sees and he hears, and he has the power to change everything. And whatever he does, he does for the best, and whatever happens, happens, not despite his being there, but because this is what He wills. And we also work from the basis that was

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always sort of taught us what we need to do if we want situations to change. And the short answer to that is, we need to change ourselves, the situations, the conditions that we find ourselves in are

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not despite how we are but because of how we

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they're not despite our actions there because of our actions.

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A lot of that I mentioned this very clearly in sort of the room where Allah subhanaw taala said, Zohan pasado Phil burry, Baba Hari Bhima casaba ad nasci. Lucic Omar Abdullah, the Amarillo, Rolla, Omar yo

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is beautiful if Allah subhanaw taala mentioned two very critical things he mentioned, the reason why something happens. And you also mentioned the reason why he allows that thing to happen. I learned that I said that the facade the trials, tribulations difficulties that happen on the face of the earth, and on the oceans in Baja a wall bar, a bar, on the land and as well as in the sea, are the result of the actions of human beings be my customer ID nurse. This is what human beings have earned, and what they have earned through their actions. That is what they are seeing in their lives. That is what is affecting them.

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If we have global warming, and we have changes of climate, if you have droughts, if you have super storms, if you have cyclones if we have flooding, completely unprecedented flooding, where I used to live in Ghana and cocconi. Today the waterfront is there is like a river, there's water or up to the up to the ceiling level of houses, houses about washed away people have died. You know, these these are unbelievable changes. I mean, I lived there five years, I never saw any of that. And people who have lived there much longer than I have. There's a lady who's sent a video saying I've lived here 60 years, and I've never seen this. So the point is that Allah is saying that whatever you're seeing

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is because of what you are doing. And then Allah, Allah said, Lucy, come by the lady.

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Why does Allah allow it to happen? Anytime we have this question people's Oh, what why does God allow suffering to happen? If there is a God? Now why is this happening? And I say it is happening because there is a God is happening because God is allowing it to happen. And he's allowing it to happen so that you learn a lesson. If he saved you every time you read something stupid, and he saves you all the time is only sometimes that he allows you and me to feel the consequences of our actions. Otherwise, most of the time we get saved. But the point is that if we did not do that, then we will never know. And our actions would still have consequences and people would suffer and we

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would suffer and we will just live in this imaginary fantasy that everything was good, everything is not good. And that's where loss rata allows. Some of that to happen here allow some pain to be felt lalla hunger zone so that people may turn and return

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Do Allah subhanho wa Taala they might seek repentance, they might, so that people have a chance to repent, people have a chance to regret what they have done, people have a chance to change their lives and make their lives more positive and more compassionate and more productive.

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Today we are living in a situation where, for example, the president of Microsoft.

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In in one of his statements, he warned the people that George Orwell's book 1984. And if you haven't read that, do read it. George Orwell wrote a book called 1984. He, he wrote another book called Animal Farm, but read 1984 this man says that 1984 will probably come true in 2024. And 2024, is three years away. Right? And what is he talking about? He's talking about role AI, he's talking about artificial intelligence, gone completely out of control. And he says that this can reach a stage where,

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instead of democracy instead of freedom and sort of human rights, instead of public and personal liberties, we will end enter into a totalitarian state. And no, I don't mean any, in any state as in a,

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as a political term for a nation state, totalitarian state of life, globally in the world, controlled by a few people, and who are those few people, these few people are the billionaires who control that technology of of artificial intelligence, billionaires who by the look of it seem to have absolutely nothing to do with anything that we are that we recognize or understand as ethics and morals and values, they have only one goal in life, and that is to make as much profit as they can, irrespective of the cost of making their profit. Right. And so he's wanting the the view he is wanting people generally is to say that unless governments bring in restrictions and regulations,

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this is going to happen. But guess who controls governments?

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Guess how governments come to power get guess? What is the result of

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practicing democracy the way we practice democracy today? Which is really it is oligarchy? In another form, which is the the the leadership of the people who have money, even in the poorest of countries, see the people who have who are in leadership positions, political leadership positions? These are people who have enormous amounts of money, or they are backed by people who have enormous amounts of money.

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How many people can you name who are in political situations? Not even heads of state I'm saying even lower than that. People who are ministers, people who are in Parliament's based on principles and ethics and values based on ideology, ideology, I'm not even talking about Islam, I'm saying any positive, compassionate ideology that takes into account

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the the vast majority of populations, who are poor people.

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Who is there? In which country? Can we name that?

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Talk about almost any head of state, that person is either personally a billionaire, or he or she is backed by billionaires and very openly backed. I mean, there's, there's no, you know, there's no nothing hidden about that.

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And so, therefore, we have what we have. Now, that is one of the reasons. I believe that it is extremely important for us to understand and say, how do we deal with hardship? How do we deal with difficulty? How do we deal with the calamities that are created by us?

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And not? Not all calamities are in the form of earthquakes and stuff? I'm talking about calamities as in a model physical, you know, just just this morning, for example, I was reading a

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report that UNICEF wall of all

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entities, UNICEF published a report to say that exposure to *,

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children's exposure, children's exposure to * is not harmful. And if you prevent them from watching *, then you are actually violating the human rights. No, I'm not. I'm not smoking marijuana. That plant behind me is, is a is a fake blood, right? It's not marijuana.

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I'm not smoking marijuana. I'm not drunk.

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And what I'm telling you is not a lie. Go look it up. UNICEF published a report to say that * is good for

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Kids, and that if you prevent them from watching *, then you are actually violating the human rights. Can you imagine something as completely and totally insane as that?

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And this is the United Nations Children's Fund.

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Right? This is the kind of insane world that we're living in.

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And that's the reason why it's so important for us to get our bearings, right. And the bearings are, what the bearings are what Allah subhanaw taala ordered, because Allah subhana wa Taala

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is the one who knows.

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And he's the one who does not gain anything or lose anything, by whatever we choose to do. Therefore, Allah subhanho wa Taala has ordered a loss, right as accommodation and loss of tennis advice, if I might use that word, with the respect that is due to it when use for Allah subhanaw taala your sound? Because it is completely there is no,

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there's no, you know,

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personal gain involved in that. Right. It's completely and totally objective, and it is for our benefit.

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We are living in a world where ethical and moral values seem to be things which people are people hide from.

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May Allah protect us from ourselves?

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Islam came for us to present it

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proudly, I'm not talking about arrogantly, I'm saying proudly, confidently as a solution to what the world is facing. And what the world is facing is that an organization that UNICEF can publish a report to say that * is good for kids, somebody has to stand up and say that you are talking complete and total insane nonsense.

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* is totally and completely corrupt and miserable and horrible for anybody, not just children, and to expose children to * is the worst possible crime. And you say that if we want to prevent that, if you want to stop that we are violating human rights.

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Somebody has to take a stand and stand up and say that as I'm saying this because I'm Muslim, I'm saying this because because this is law, and stop being ashamed of that.

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There is no need if you want to talk about Dawa. And if you want to run and hide under a table, the moment you take the word that you you speak to say the word Islam, then there's something something wrong with you.

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My references to Islam came with everything which is beautiful for everybody. If anyone is presenting Islam to you in a way which causes loss or harm to somebody, so they are the people who are at fault, not Islam,

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to study Islam, learn Islam do the right thing. Because this is what we need to do. We need this absolutely desperately This world is suffering from cancer. This society is suffering from cancer. And that's why there is this is a rampant spread of cancer in society, even physically physical cancer.

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Right where I where I live in Hyderabad, there is a cancer hospital and I got in the last 10 years I've seen that hospital, it was one

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small building, it is now three huge buildings. And if you go in there, I went there because one of my friends was being treated. If you go in there, it's like going into a railway station if there are people in and out of that place the whole day. And literally because of the kind of medical, you know, treatment and so on. So what we have we you see people sleeping on pavements outside this building, and these are these are cancer patients and we have people who are attendants of cancer patients who have come to take chemotherapy and so on. They're poor people, they can't afford the hospital. They just come for this to the treatment and they cannot afford to stay in the hospital in

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any case hospital is completely full from floor to ceiling. And so they have to stay somewhere so they are parking they, they they sleep on pavements and asleep in in the parking lot. If you think I'm exaggerating, go to Hyderabad, go to Banjara Hills and see that cancer hospital.

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Why is there so much cancer because this reflects the cancer, the psychological, the mental, the moral of the the ethical cancer that this society of ours is facing.

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And it's facing this cancer for one reason only, and that is because we have given supreme importance to our personal likes and dislikes and our personal desires. We have given that more important than anything else.

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Pleasure. The use of report says that somebody asked them why are you recommending * for children? He said because children who are watching * are happier than children who are not watching *. Can you

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Imagine something as completely insane as that

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the the momentary happiness of a person is considered to be the supreme thing to aim at. So that means now a *, somebody who is sexually applied exploiting a child is happy doing that. So this is okay.

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a drug addict is happy,

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abusing substance, is that okay?

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Somebody who's beating up his wife is happy doing that. Is that okay? I mean what Since when is personal happiness, a criterion for anything? Islam says the opposite Islam says that your personal happiness or not or unhappiness is not the issue. The issue is what you are doing your behavior is it in keeping with the orders of Allah subhanaw taala. And what are the orders of others around the orders of Allah subhanho wa Taala is to keep everyone safe from yourself. The famous Hades Salah, he said he is not a believer, he's not a believer is not a believer. He said he's not even Muslim. He's not Muslim, he's not Muslim, This is Arizona Who is this notion is the one from whose tongue and

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whose hand his neighbor is unsafe, the one from who stung and whose and his neighbor is not safe. Either this person is not even a believer. I'm not saying that now we start pronouncing that fear on people. No. The reason I'm saying this to emphasize the importance of spreading goodness around you to the importance of respecting the rights of neighbors, the importance of being good to neighbors, his neighbors, not Muslim neighbors, neighbor, whoever the neighbor is.

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That is Islam not to do that. Maybe you have to do something which is inconvenient for you,

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we will have to go out of your way to do something to be a tool to help your neighbor.

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So do it.

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This is what Islam is saying.

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And you have UNICEF saying children should be allowed to watch * because they are happy doing that. I mean, really, I tell you I sometimes

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question my own sanity.

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And that's the reason why we're brothers sisters is very, very important to learn Islam, and to practice Islam in our lives.

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Right forget about all this stuff that is happening for Look at that. That's the reason why today I want to talk to you about the importance of resilience. Resilience is to come back from a setback, resilience to get up resilience is to rise every time you fall,

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as if it was saying is if you were if you fall seven times rise up eight times.

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The race doesn't end as they say when you fall the race, and when you fail to rise

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to resilience is the ability to rise from a fault. Now

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one of the biggest reasons

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if not the biggest reason why great projects fail

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is because of lack of persistence. Perseverance, is the great virtue which decides who is still standing at the end of the race.

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For it is only at the end of the race that the winner is decided. And many times, the only reason the person wins is because he stayed in the race till the end, because he was still in the race.

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failure, as I mentioned, is not to fall, but to fail, to rise to fail to get up

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the quality of getting up every time you fail, you fall. It's called resilience. And that is in my view, the cardinal virtue of leadership.

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When he was not successful in Makkah Rasul Allah decided to go to a type,

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which was the home of the bundles,

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which was the other big tribe in our ages, in the hope that they would be more receptive to his message murasaki were honored as the Quraysh were honored as one of the most important tribes of the ages. And also they had a temple of a goddess in their town.

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However, they actually proved to be worse than the koresh when it came to receiving the message of Islam. As soon as salam presented the message to the leaders with a tribe of men who were three brothers who were jointly the leaders of the tribe, Michelle is presented the message to them, but such as the working of shatta and when Islam is presented that they responded in ways that broke their own traditions and etiquette and shamed them for posterity in the annals of the history, history of philosophy and the history of the Arabs.

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The Arabs are famous To this day, the Arabs are famous for their code of honor of honoring the good of the honoring the guest

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Many famous stories in the history of the Arabs about people, especially tribal chiefs, who literally impoverish themselves in their commitment to honoring their guests, even when the guest was a stranger.

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I remember my mother used to tell me the story of hottie Maathai

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had him die died

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when I was a little child my mother may Allah bless her and forgive her and enter into Jana and Phil are covered with no

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never told me any you know jack and jill stories and Mickey Mouse story she told me stories on via she told me stories of some Sahaba he told me stories are from the Sierra and she told me these great stories which each one of them had a wonderful lesson and she told me the story of

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of you know of how the Maathai hadn't died story is even in all the literature. And this was the first time I heard this story from my mother

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when I was a little boy

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hospitality is legendary but was not exceptional for the time or even today if you go out of the cities into the villages of Arabia, I have been

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the guest

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of honoured Babu people in Medina and I can safely say that Never in my life have I encountered such honor such hospitality and such friendship and this is in the home, the ancestral home of my dear brother and friend, Chef Banda Mohamed el

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mundo Mohammadi

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Shia Banda our Mohammadi in his, in his house in Medina. And he also took me to meet his grandfather, who was a who was a who's an alum, and he used to be in the, in the government in Medina.

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Jeff was on break. So I can say that this was, you know, one of the

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one of the most wonderful experiences of my life. And what are added to that in my case was that I was

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one that was my students, and so nobody honors teachers more or like the way Arabs do. And the greatest reward, in my opinion, is to be the teacher of Arab students, right Hamdulillah, this quality of the

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Arabs remains to, as an aside, let me tell you the story of captivity, which my mother told me.

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So that it's

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it becomes the framework, when I'm talking about what the Bible says he did not do. And this is that what they did not do was they did not honor their own tradition of hospitality and kindness to their guests, advertised stories, very beautiful. Tie was of course not to be an extremely generous man, he was the head of the tribe of type. His son

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became Muslim. Later on, he became Christian. And then later on, he converted to Islam and had died died before sort of

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presented Islam to them. Now advertised story.

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Sunday was the day been happening.

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Now Hata His story is very interesting. He had a heart somebody famous horse, and the Adams were, you know, they were, they loved their horses. And so the horses had their names, and they had their, their, their ancestral records, and the pedigrees and whatnot. So this horse was very famous all over Arabia. So there was this person who wanted to buy this horse and he was, he had the money, he wanted to buy the horse, he was very desperate about that you really want to do it. So he went to meet adamantite with the intention of buying his horse. So when he reached that, he asked for the day took him to his house, and in the Arab tradition, and also in in most Eastern traditions,

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including in my country in India.

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It is impolite when you go to meet somebody, especially when you go to their house, it's impolite to straightaway tell them this is why I'm here. I'm here to buy your horse. I'm here to buy a car. No, you don't do that. You You spend some time being polite and so on. And you know, how are you how's your health how's your family does that then they invite you home and if you're staying with them as it happened in this particular case, because obviously when those days, there wasn't there weren't any hotels for them to stay on. So the guests who came was the guest of hardware type, and this was also part of the tradition because if a person

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comes to house to ask him to stay in your house. When I was growing up, literally, if you went to someplace, and

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you had relatives in that place, and if you stayed in a hotel, they would take offense, they would they would be insulted. They would say, how can you come to our city and not come to our house and stay with us? Instead of that you stay in a hotel. Now, you will not say well, you know what your house is small and I didn't want to inconvenience you are really speaking when you say that you mean you Roman Indians yourself. But I have the money to stay in hotel. Obviously, you can't say that. That would be highly rude and impolite. But even if you say, to stay in a hotel you had I've had cases where people came and said, pack your bags, we're taking it out, like check out the hotel,

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back of your TV or your will you're coming and staying with us. I've had this happen to me as well. I mean, it's a beautiful people. But if you had to stay then you have to have this whole story of how you know the maybe it's an official trip and your company's paying for it and whatnot, whatnot, otherwise they will not allow you to stay in order, because it was considered to be an insult to them. That you are a relative of ours you are related to us. And in this city. You come and stay in order. I mean what what what what does it say about us about our hospitality, right? So it's very, very important for us. Even people who are not relatives, right? Even if you are official, I used to

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go to Bhopal, my very, very dear friend

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who was the time the addition of police in Bhopal. He passed away my last

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film it's covered with no Rangoon gentlemen for those who

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invited me to Bhopal to speak at the dg his

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office. So this series of lectures called dg dg lectures that is held up in his lectures. So I was I was dead in bovada. And official trip I was staying in the police mess in the officers mess. Yet that two or three days I stayed in Hobart absolute absolutely insisted, he said you are not eating in the mess and not because the food is not something I'm handling

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everything what he said you will eat with me and I ate every single meal in the house, that his wife is an absolutely fabulous cook. And I'm sure I put on like 10 pounds before I left three days. But the point i'm saying is this is the this is the level of the hospitality of the Muslim of the of how big the harsh world, so how to monetize this man comes to meet him. And this guy, you know, so please come and stay with me and so on. The person was staying with haplotype

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one day passes, there is this wonderful meal and you know, the eating, eating roast meat and stuff. And, you know, secondary passes on the third day. The man now it's his polite part of the culture that you can now talk about. The reason you came to the man says, I want to tell you how I came to ask you to sell me your horse. Right? I want to I want to buy your house. So I came to ask you your permission would you be would you sell me your house? Now what I had tears in his eyes. Imagine what happened? What why you cry? You love the horse. He said, You know, I wish you had told me. I wish you had broken with tradition and told me the moment you saw me on the first day that this is the

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reason you came the monster why what happened? He said because we had no food.

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In our house, we had no food. And therefore when you came I said we were managing with whatever we will manage. But obviously that was not something we would give you as a guest. So when you came I slaughtered the horse. And that's what you have been eating.

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That is the level of hospitality. Now under Soto Salah went to banish bonus if we're looking at this is the traditional Arab hospitality. But what did they do? They treated him in such a vile and horrible manner. In Not only did they reject him, but they actually got him God their minions to assault him and to assault. Zayed bin Hadith or the Allah Han who who was with us was set up to the extent that observers of the sediments they'd been hiding.

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were bleeding from the wounds that they received from people throwing rocks at them. And they were literally chased out of town. And this is so utterly shameful. Now think about that, that they who were doing that they were doing that not to Australia, they knew Mohamed Salah, they knew him very well. They knew who he was. They knew that he was from the nobility of courage. He was from the most noble family of courage because these were the people who were the caretakers of the Kaaba, the man who hardship they knew all of this, despite that, they chose to treat him

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not even with minimal courtesy, but actually to have him attacked and so on. So now visuals are now

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they so they they completely,

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you know,

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violated their their tradition. Now, think about

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Is that, as I mentioned before the whole traditional time honored

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code among all tribal societies, especially among others, was that a hospitality and is may have been in the mind or nervous or solemn when he went to the bundle Sahib, that they would at least give him a hearing. But to his utter astonishment, instead of greeting him with a civility that was his right as a guest, and as a member of the aristocracy have the courage, the man who Hashem they violated every the bursar keep, violated every rule of honoring the guest, and they treated him shamefully dishonouring themselves, and dishonouring the dishonor in their own tribe. Once on the road, the story's written words of shame in the annals of history, until the end of time, and unless

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rather decreed that when the barossa thief of a tiger eventually came to Islam, they came as a conquered people losing all their wealth to the Muslims, Allah rather does not forgive those who travel is MBL he was celeb analyst writer does not forgive those who are disrespectful to us was a seller.

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So now

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the point I'm making here is that here was something which happened, which was a terrible, terrible

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But how to,

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you know, deal with that. Now think about this. He came, you know, sources and tried to meet the three brothers who were the Chiefs have been lucky to met him, but one refused. The ones who met him, one said, I will tear apart the kiswa of karma, if Allah sent you as a prophet. So he's now not only delighted deny him, he said, there's no way that you can be a prophet. And I will even tear apart the case of the karma. The covering of the Kaaba is a way of saying that there's no way that I'm going to accept you, as a prophet now will be.

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The second one said, Could Allah not find somebody better than you to make a profit in it, let me see, insulting somebody to his face in such a horrible manner. And this is not the somebody's not some, you know, strange person. And I'm not talking about from my position of loving amazon seller, I'm talking about just playing our sibility plain rules of being civil, looking at their own rules, from the Arab culture, completely and totally against any of that. The third one simply refused to meet their wishes. And he said, I cannot talk to you, because you are, if you are, in fact a prophet, then I am not qualified to talk to you. And if you are a liar, the washer adopted.

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Basically all you know, games that people play, when they do not want to,

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to accept reality, they don't want to listen to somebody. And the last attempt at damage control, as soon as I said to them, if you can't accept my message, at least keep this conversation private. Don't Don't tell people that this is how you have treated me but their views and instead they guard their slaves and others to revile them and to throw rocks at him. And then when he's out there, learn how to drive them out of the city. I'm just simply saying go away, would have been more than sufficient. In any case, he would have gone he wasn't he didn't come there go there to stay. But they had to they ill treated him to that extent. They've been hiding out of the land who tried to

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shield the viscera, Salamis, his own body, as best as he could, but obviously you cannot be around him, the people surrounding him, but people throwing rocks from all sides. Both of them were grievously wounded. As soon as he bled from the wounds he received until his shows got stuck to his blessed feet and blood was flowing from his body and collecting issues and the anti this the shoes got stuck to his body. It's tragic that people attack those who want to help them. So how

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how terrible it is. And that's why Rasul Allah subhanaw taala said, What do you love vena cava? Robbie, Robbie, Martha booja nam Wahby Sal Mercy is a cofee ha samiullah hace con we're here at the four Kakadu Tama Yes. luminol haze coolum Okay. We have volumes around because Allah, Allah,

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Allah Allah God Khadija and another one for Casa

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de la when she in anomala Viva la de Vaca No, no Khun Na Na smo na kilo ma ko na v as heavy sorry for Tara for with me for so called dsrc in the London actual Nora bombilla they belong.

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And that's right. And I said in the Ayatollah mulk And remember, this is a surah that we must recite every night before we go to sleep.

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Also known as the famous high Hades of ISIS, this is Rhonda. She said the damage never went to sleep until you decided to sue her as sort of a monk and sort of sidestep, right? You make this a part of your scar and the visceral Salim said that this aura will become the shaft for you will make intercede will intercede for us on the day of judgment and also in our code. So let's write that I said and for those who disbelieve in the rub, there is torment of Johanna thomet, of Elvira and worst indeed is that destination, when they are cast into the journal, they will hear the terrible drawing in of its breath, as it blazes forth. It almost bursts up with fury. Every time a group is

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cast there in its keep, I will ask the keeper of Jannah will ask did nobody come to you? Nobody won you. Did nobody tell you about this day? And they will say yes, indeed, a warner did come to us, but we denied him. And we said Allah never sent you a letter never sent down anything of Revelation, you are only a You are the one who is in grave error. And then they will say this is where they will accept because these are the people who consider themselves to be so cool and so wise. And so, you know, in they will say

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when openness Oh knockaloe ma Coronavirus have said and they will say had we but listened or used our intelligence, we would not have been among the dwellers of the blazing fire. Is that had we any sense? Do you think we would have been here

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but you know, accepting that on that day has no value.

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And then there was confessed this fire

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they will confess their sins and what will happen then Allah will say go to *, literally, for the first Oh kollias heaviside. And they away were with the dwellers of the Fire. in the lobby, they have shown that they

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verily those who fear the displeasure of Allah, who is in Altai, who today we don't see, we know but he is in the unperceivable area.

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Now Mark Farah to be for them, there is repentance.

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Forgiveness, for them, there is forgiveness, and there is great reward.

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Think about that, how you know this, how important this thing is, and inshallah we'll talk about this more in our next lesson.

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But think about this and say that how important it is

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to come to our senses today. While we can.

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Right come to our senses while we can. Because the time is going to come when it is not going to help no matter what we

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we think, or what we might

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be allowing shutdown to fool ourselves with and by, this is not going to happen. Unless we

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correct ourselves and change our ways. And processes I asked us for hard data to be to help us to wake up to the kind of situation that we are in in this world today. to really recognize the dangers, and not then run away because there's no way to run right if you arrive you have to live in this world to recognize the dangers and to then do something about facing and combating those dangers, not trying to run away from them. And to talk about Islam with confidence and to speak and and to present Islam with confidence because we have a solution. And that solution is called a toque. The solution is called we call is called being conscious of the Presence of Allah subhanaw

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taala in our lives, something which gives us confidence, something which gives us great safety and something which saves us from doing things which are destructive for ourselves in this dunya.

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Right, this is the beautiful system of Islam, something which is good for us in this life and something which is good for us in the next life. We ask Allah Subhana Allah who would be pleased with you, and never to be displeased ask us around data to help you in ways that you cannot imagine. Ask us for how to open doors for you in places where we cannot even think of

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having doors ask us to help you with his birth he and his grace and His forgiveness in his holdup in his power and his glory and His Majesty. Or Santa Paula Abdul Karim, Allah Allah He was savage made erotica out how do I mean? What hamdulillah habla alameen wa salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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