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Joe Rogan On Andrew Tate Detention – Reaction
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As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah what I can't. So how are you guys doing? I came across a video of Joe Rogan. Speaking about the case of Andrew Tate and his detention, his continued detention in prison. Let's take a look at the video and respond in kind. I know a lot of what he does is theater. Right? A lot of what he does is very like satire. He he plays the role of this boastful, misogynist, who smokes cigars and drives Lamborghinis. And that's his thing. And because of that, he's amassed an amazing amount of money. And he's done it by doing this characters online persona, but then also says very wise things. He says ridiculous *, but also says really interesting things. He's a very
smart guy, if you live listen to him being interviewed by Patrick bet, David Patrick bet David interviewed him after he got canceled off of all social media. And Patrick is fantastic. He's really good at letting people talk and talking to everybody. And reinvent Patrick is so wealthy and so successful outside of the world of podcasting, that he don't only does it because he's interested in. And so he's the perfect guy to handle that, because he does not afraid of talk to talk to anybody will talk to anybody. And so he had him on for long form conversation, they talk for hours, and you get to see this is a very intelligent and calculated guy, you might not agree with his
message. You might not agree with all the misogynist stuff, you might not agree with it. And I don't agree with it. You might not agree with all the crazy antics. But you cannot deny that that's been incredibly successful because it resonates with a lot of young men who don't feel represented in the media. And they see this guy that looks like fun. Do they agree with what he's saying? That doesn't mean they agree with it. They think it's fun. It's like pro wrestling. He's like a bad guy in pro wrestling. He's a heel. He's smoking cigars. Because Lamborghinis. And now I think some of what he said there is actually quite on the mark, for example, mentioning that it's a theatrical performance
of some sorts. He's got like almost a WWE character that he brings out for the masses. And that's something which he's put on the record. And if it wasn't for that WWE character, he wouldn't have been able to amass the following that he's amassed rise to prominence in such an exponential way, as he has risen to prominence, as well as become a role model for many young people. For better or for worse, of course, he would say, Now, there's so many positive and virtuous things that does come from following someone like Andrew Tate. But there's an elephant in the room, which I don't think we are discussing here, which is his conversion to Islam. How many of you would have known that some
months ago, I had a conversation with him, I had an entire podcast and he detailed, in sophisticated depth, his conversion to Islam in an hour and a half podcast, face to face. Now. Is there a connection? The question is between his conversion to Islam, and he's in his continued detention, and a prison in Romania, a country who he used to give money to the church of, and he was on the record as giving money to the church of is there some kind of connection? Well, the least we can say about this is that this has become a human rights issue. If there is no clear cut evidence of the Romanian government, or that the Romanian authorities I should say, or other authorities have about
his guilt, at least according to some evidentiary bar somewhere, then why is he remaining in prison for such a long time? Where are the Amnesty International's? Where are the human rights activists? Because quite frankly, this is clearly a human rights issue. Now, is it the case and this is a question I put to the public? Is it the case that the mere allegation of a man
without the substantiating of clear evidences can become public? In such an important high profile cases, this is enough to detain a man for so long in a prison cell, where his physical and facial appearances is changing by the day in the week, and that we're seeing him coming in and out of vans, prison vans and so on. And that this is affecting his family and his friends and having an impact on his connections. Is this actually within the scope of human rights? Is this not a human rights issue? According to you guys, now, the definition of human rights and so on?
Because if it isn't, then I want to know what would be classified as a human rights issue. Thing is detaining somebody, without charging them, without bringing them to justice for this loan is something which really, quite frankly, is disturbing to say the least on any one standard.
Now, of course, many will say, Well, look, you guys, your guy here and rotate, who has become a Muslim, has become a Muslim. And after that what's happened is misfortune followed him. So becoming Muslim means misfortune follows you. People have been making these kinds of comments and I want to say something. Sometimes bad things are good for you. undertake is a very resilient and strong personality. We know this. And we think that this could be a good thing for him in a spiritual way. Why? Because actually, he's free from the distractions of the world. He's being tested by his Lord. He's alone with the Quran. And even one of the things that was pulled out from his Twitter was that
you know, even Taymiyah is famous, famous quotation, where he was saying that what can you do to me? What can you do to me, if you put me in prison, then I'm alone with my Lord, if you kill me, you martyr me.
And if you torture me, you alleviate me from my sins. There's nothing you can do to a man who believes in the religion of Islam. There's nothing you can do because it's a win win situation all around. And God has warned us set our expectations.
Were in the Quran. For example, it states that we'll never know when there can be che in mineral whole fuel dua will not consume mineral and while he will enforce you with them or not, whereby surely Sabreen Alladhina either Asaba to mercy but on Carlu in early Lehi, we're in LA here Rajon
that we will certainly try you test you
with something of hunger and fear and loss of provisions and investments.
So give glad tidings to those who are patient, the ones who when they are given the glad tidings say that to God we belong and to Him we shall return.
Allah states for us in the Quran. That whole lady Hala Kalamata will hire Hyatt, Lea beluga Kuma, Yoko masa, asanam, Assam Amara, that he is the one who has created life and death. So we can test have a view who is best in deeds. So this is something which is a test is a test that Allah subhanaw taala has given and rotate. And we hope and we pray that a man with his resilience and his mental fortitude will not succumb to the matrix and that he will not be bent. His knee will not be bent to those individuals who many of which I'm sure want him to leave the religion of Islam want him to submit to the matrix, his understanding of the New World Order.
And so I say in conclusion, that there's no beating him from that perspective. But I also say to those forces, who are those forces who speak of human rights and so on this time, it's high time for you to be consistent
and to ask for at least, a conclusion to be made about his case was salam aleikum wa rahmatullah Hebrew. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to ever build a mosque for Allah, Allah were built in a similar house in Ghana. And we know the great reward that will not only be gained but rather will fill 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.