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The lack of social media activity in Islamic culture is discussed, along with the importance of deeds in Islam. The success of Islam's Deams and the use of physical assets is also highlighted. The use of "monarch" in the Bible is discussed, as it relates to race and ethnicity, and is used in a mix of accusing and-really charged language. A woman named Matthew compares the culture of the United States to the way the Western world is written, and suggests that people should not be looking at the culture as a comparison. The conversation also touches on the negative impact of the Western's approach to Christian values and the potential fordaytoners to become too much of a Christian culture.

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Have you are you wasting your time on social media again? Your brothers and sisters in Islam net from Norway are establishing a masjid a Dawa center. Establishing a masjid to convey the message of Islam is one of the best deeds a Muslim can do. There's a huge need for an annoying Do you know this and I know this, so that makes even greater. So give generously and Allah azza wa jal give you even

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said I'm Ali kumara Hamza lair, Wildcats. Well, how are you guys? Before we start, I think today, it's important to note that we're in very special days in the Islamic calendar, the month of Dhul Hijjah. And the Prophet Muhammad Salam Salam, Salam Hadith. Merman am and Allameh al Saleh Rafi hindlimb, and heavy Liam lash Okemah Casa Salam, which means that there is no days actually, that good deeds are better than than these 10 days. And then this hobby that was asking the questions is what a JAG officer be the law, not even Jihad and the path of Allah. He says, Well, Al jihad, the FISA be the law. It's not easy. It's just amazing. A shocking actually, while I had this hadith is

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so profound. The person says not even a jihad visibile Allah. And this is by the way, talking about physical jihad. Yes, we're talking about someone who's got the reward for that as well. Yeah. And he says, except for Allah Rajan ha Raja bien, FCU Amelie, who Allah myalgia with that

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I'll come across as salam isn't that except for a man who went out with himself and his monies or his wealth, and he didn't return at all. So Subhanallah doing good deeds saying Subhan Allah and that 100 Allah and Allah Akbar Allah Allah Allah will let you let the law handle Alicia Nicola Homolka Allah will handle her ally coalition and Kadir and these things saying these kinds of bodies in particular, on these days in particular, it is like Ken's it is like a treasure. Well, I have to I have to totally right. For me to start this video by telling the people you must, yes, you must take advantage and seize this opportunity. seize this opportunity, because won't come. And in fact,

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I'm gonna give you an opportunity to do so because it's good to be practical. As you guys know, we're working with Islam nets and Islam that we've both been there, the guys are unbelievable. They're fantastic. They're so reliable, they're so trustworthy. And they've they've translated the goods, and we've done videos to show that they've translated the fundraising money, the donations into tangible assets, we went there we went to Norway, we done videos, we saw it, the physical assets, and it's an expensive place, the link will be below, it will take you about 2030 seconds, I think less than that.

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Recognition, boom, boom, finished. You don't even need to do Fisher. Just Just go on it. Click on it, voila, you have no idea what this could mean for your life and thereafter. So click the link below. Do it now. Don't waste time. In fact, pause the video do it now. Yes. And you'll get so much reward in this dunya and thereafter, being drawn to the Muslim faith is not new, because it really does. It's unapologetic in the patriarchy. Right. So in a hyper feminist world, it seems attractive. And Malcolm X wrote extensively about this. I mean, I don't subscribe to a lot of the appeal of it because Islam is not true in my worldview, but we could discuss that I think it's actually useful

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our time today, but you're hitting on something really important, Patrick, in a world that has gone mad and chaos, people yearn for order. Now you can be too far in the order direction, which I think Islam goes too far. I do not want to live in a theocratic fascist country. I like freedom of speech. I like having dialogue. I like private property rights. I like entrepreneurship. That's why I think the West is the best because you balance order with spontaneity. The first thing is referring to Islam as a patriarchal religion. I have a mixed view about that. And I'll tell you why I'm what they're trying to say is a structure which has man as a managerial at the top of the managerial

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hierarchy. Christianity is a Christian bro, Christ is the head of church and husband is the head of the household book of Timothy, right. But what I was gonna say was that

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when we say the word patriarchy, it has negative connotations, okay? And usually, when it's used in feminist literature, and this used in discussions, it has an oppressive undertone, it has a subtext of oppression. So that's why I personally don't like using this term. Why? Because when when these people when the enemy uses the term patriarchy, they're talking about usually an oppressive type of relationship. I know that's not the definition of a patriarchy in a strict sense, but it has that kind of connotation. It's an oppressive relationship between men and women. Now, we don't believe in that. In fact, we believe that there is a perfect justice and equity between men and women in the

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complementarian system that it is the Quran says Well, let me Well, let me know my Fidella hobby Heba Comala about liver Jelena Cebu, Mactan Cebu willing Nisa in our Cebu min max seven West at olam and fugly that do not wish what the other one has, for a man is a portion of what he has earned. And for a woman is a portion of what she has earned. And ask ALLAH from His bounty, meaning we don't believe in any kind of oppression or an oppressive relationship between men to men or women to men. fact that slam claims

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that the opposite is going to happen that if you follow its rules that everyone will be happy it will be the most practical thing because Allah the Creator of the heavens and the earth that knows all the all wise all knowing he Eliana woman Haleakala to full Hubbard Does he not know what he created? And he's the all subtle all aware, I lost the question Yeah, in the Quran that he is the one who gives each person their roles. So this is the first kind of issue. And then he started using terms which I would completely object to. But before I get to that, do you want to add anything to the patriarchy? No, I think it's very it's just to me it's just very bizarre because they make these

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comments which I'll show you later. He's a Christian just bear in mind is Mick is a Christian and he's making these he's using these words usually liberals use and I'm a bit confused. Oh, interesting. Yeah, let's let's there's one more thing before you because he used the term fascist okay. Yeah. He said I don't want to live in the fascist or theocratic say I believe in freedom of speech. Yeah, that's that's

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a real problem for them to use that term because the word fascist has usually nationalistic denotations connotations. I mean, a fascist is usually connected with an ethnicity or nationality or group of Islam as the most multicultural region in the world. The Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam said in the Hadith, left fatwa, there is no virtue of a black man over white men or white man or of a black man or an Arab over non Arab or non Arab over an Arab. The Quran says uns in the Holika coming decade in her own Salah Jana concha, Openmoko, Cabella Tadalafil and Acaba combined the last column in chapter number 14 other plants will not that oh you humankind, we have created

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you from a man and a woman who have created you into tribes and nations so that you may get to know one another. And the best of you are those who are the most pious. Now, the point is, is that I will claim this, I will claim this, there is no more anti racist religion in the medieval period or before that, then Islam, you will never find something as unequivocal as unambiguous as cutthroat, as it relates to race as it relates to

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the fact that no race doesn't make you a better person than the color of your skin doesn't mean the betterment of your character than Islam. You will not find anything in the Bible to that effect. In fact, he's all about fascism. I mean, I find that shocking, because if this verses of the Bible which proved to the contrary, for example, Matthew 1521, a woman who was a Gentile, a non Jew came to him and what do you what have you got the verse? I've got? This is Matthew. Yeah, okay. Yeah. Matthew, crying Have mercy on me. Okay. Imagine if some woman was coming, saying, Have mercy on me. And he said that it's not right for me to give the food to the dogs. He's calling his dog and

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because they were so Gentiles as impure people, so he was dehumanize us dehumanizing language with a non Jew, right? This is racism, we end up in the current day, we would call this racism. Why? What does she do? She was asking for mercy from what you guys believe is a God, right? You're talking about fascist religion, and Islam as the only religion which is as an anti racist as it is. So you've got misconceptions as to what is to be Muslim, or what Islamic State should look like or what should be based on these misconceptions to see what else and this and this a woman has come in to ask for help. And he's been referred to as a dog and Well, generally, he says that came to the ship

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of Israel. But the thing is very interesting. If you look at the Surah, Majah, Dilla, a woman came to the prophets of Salaam, and she came about complaining about her husband, and guess what God Almighty sent revelation down for her. So compare this to your God who a woman's come in crying, and being called the dog compared to the standard oppresses woman, that God Almighty, here's the conversation, it says, the process of indeed Allah has heard the conversation and what did the husband say? You will have to backup my mother did the husband hit her? No, because of a statement he uttered Allah said revelation for her so much so that some of the professors say the Omar Al

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Khattab once was talking to a man and this woman came and somebody's called her and he scolded him said, you know who this woman is? This is a woman who Allah says it. This is how a woman will honor this woman. Yeah. So the point is now you're making it just bizarre, a Christian person making these statements for freedom of speech as well, bro, which I find it bizarre. Does he really believe that in a Christian predominantly country, imagine I'm living on the Crusades? Can you imagine me coming out and saying I'm a Muslim? Because you're talking about freedom of speech, freedom of flipping a freedom of flipping life, freedom or flipping life around when the freedom when Christians position

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butchered them what they did, they destroyed them, freedom of you can even be a Jew in Spain at that time, you had to run away.

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When they might have conquered Jerusalem, he had to go find 80 families because there was no Jews. The Christians get this what he's done here is very strategic, because he's compared a secular, exactly with Islam, a Christian culture. Not only that, he's also comparing a secular country with Christianity with the freedom of speech. These are from Christianity. These are liberal values.

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The point is you're conflating

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with spontaneity and unpredictability if you just want order, you can live in Saudi Arabia, but that's not a free society. And but I think the West has gone way too far away from having order as a bedrock principle. I mean, this sounds like

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Jordan Peterson by the way, yeah, if you sat, if you look at Jordan Peterson's written works and stuff, he's talking about order. He's got this themes of order and chaos. And he's just taking out Jordan Peterson's playbook, and he's regurgitating it in a more palatable language. Right. But he's just taking the psychological and regurgitating. The point is, is that it's very arbitrary measure, isn't it? Who gets to set the guidelines of what were his order? Where, as

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Andrew said, to the Western world as Christian, they are against Christian values. What the hell are you talking about? Christians are flocking to Islam for that damn reason. And you're here using liberal values. It's weird. Yeah, it's the most fair point because like when the UK now for example, that kingdom, right. On paper up, we've gotten the census data that Christian is a minority religion is yes, so you're talking about America is on the way. I mean, Christianity is on the way of being a minority religion there as well. And the systems of government are not Christian. In that sense. They are secular. There is a separation of church and state. They're not based on the Bible. So once

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again, it's a false comparison. You want to compare like for, like, comparative religion, don't compare secularity for religiosity. And what I'll say is who I mean, who makes these the correct criteria? That's a very colonial narrative, I think anyways, because the world that they built it in is how do we have liberty but also we have the rootedness of eternal wisdom, so that Liberty does not become licentiousness. And that's exactly what we're living through, is that it's no longer the pursuit of what is good. It's the pursuit of what makes me feel good. And those are two different things. So people like Tate or people previously in the 60s or 70s, I mean, you could so how do we

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how do we have it so it doesn't become licentiousness? I mean, it's already licentiousness. Look at that. What does that mean licensure is is like lewd and sexually lewd action. Right? Well, okay. In virtue ethics, they had two things that were irascibility, in licentiousness. These are the two things that in virtue ethics is written in the books of, for example, Aristotle, and so on. And the Nicomachean Ethics, these words come up quite a lot. But he's saying, how do we get we've already got the degeneracy and licentiousness, you know, people are now I mean, what you're talking about, and frankly, I mean, what are the prescriptions in Christianity that prevent licentiousness,

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irascibility and these virtues that for 1000s of years, the ethicist of the Western world have been speaking about, he just got those know what he's talking about. And he doesn't have a prior Tyrian, where you can just truth from falsehood. And what he's doing is he's basically positing in somewhat of an articulate fashion, okay? Because I'll give him that he can speak in a coherent manner. He's positing a value judgment at best. He's given us no barometer for being able to judge truth from falsehood. And then he's just giving his opinion. And he's pushing that opinion, for all intensive purposes, as fact. So I'm afraid to say, I'm very unimpressed with this and Patrick bet, David, he

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should have done a better job actually trying to interrogate this and to and ask these very pressing questions. And as Christian himself, maybe he's, you know, I mean, he's got a bit biased, of course, he's got a lot of bias and unfortunately, has not been able to speak to Muslim people who believe in traditional Islam. Okay, on these matters.

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Joe, Joe Rogan, has said that this man speaks to anyone about anything. We know for a fact mean, you that that's not the case, isn't it? You should you should I mean, he should invite some Muslims do his podcast, maybe they can give some anyway. Yeah. I mean, you know, none about Islam. I mean, it's a beautiful muslim. Yeah. Well, I mean, whatever. I mean, at the end of the day, you know, if you want to have a discussion about theology, we can he started off as a discussion, this guy here. I don't know what his name is. He said, I don't believe it's true. Islam is true on my worldview, he says, but that's another discussion for another time. That is the discussion. You're free to have

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that discussion, because, you know, the, you know, the implications

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was that we conclude was salam aleikum wa rahmatullah what? The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us who ever built a mosque for Allah, Allah were built in a similar house in Jannah.

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And we know the great reward that will not only be gained but rather will feel your grave after your death. Whenever someone prays that whenever someone gives shahada in the masjid whenever someone learns something in the masjid, yes, that will be something that you will have on your scale.