Hadeeth – Episode 10

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Hadeeth 8

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Okay, let's let's begin. Now, last, this one was a bit deep. So I'm going to summarize it in one sentence for you, if you forgot everything, one of them. Think of it as a research station

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from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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The research stations are from the UK, there is no contradiction. So if you asked me, what's the difference between the clearer,

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the code clearer, let's just think of it like that. So when a person was reciting it in one of the modes that was revealed, that was called the Kira citation, and the word Corolla came from Cora, and Cora, what's that mean? Read. So what are the re citations? It's a way of reciting the Quran. That's number one.

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That has been authentically attributed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Number. So yep, a manner of reciting the Quran

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that's been attributed authentically to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Yes.

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Sometimes people actually think falsely like we had eaten them.

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Yes.

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And that does not contradict any of the other dissertations.

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So that's very important. They never contradict in meaning never, ever, ever.

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Yep, any of the other citations? Never. That's what the alpha it's a way that the Prophet recited the Quran in a different manner that does not contradict any of the other modes. That is it. If you forgot everything about what is I have, think of it as that and that has to be said has many terms is a dialect is that retardation Is it a mode autocorrect because English unfortunately limited. And let me give you a clear example of of that. Because

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what it does is give you a deeper meaning. Like we said hello ma means to come and, and tal means to come. What's the difference in Arabic? Hello ma is when someone's on the same level, like a sister to a sister. She says hello, come here. But when you are talking to someone beneath you, you say tan because it comes from Allah. Right? What's Allah to be hired literally Allah to Allah, you see. So when you're in authority, you say tile, so you talk to your child, you say tile. So that's what it means. So it doesn't mean there's a different meaning but rather adds depth to the words. And that's beautiful because in the Quran, when Allah talks in authority to the kuffaar, he'll you style but

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when there's a prophet talking to a person talking to another person, then there'll be Hallam, for example. So it depends on the level of authority. So different words to use, and that's unique in the Arabic language.

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And if you were confused in the last lesson, don't feel too bad because this is something that the scholars spoke extensively about. Some have studied it for years and said, I have still not come to a conclusive answer.

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Is that what you want?

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Bismillah

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Let's start with the next module, which is Hadeeth

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bit more Hadith is Nick. Be more easy now to

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switch off but at the same time, it's a bit more easier than the last. Yeah, very short. How does that hamdulillah Hadith act?

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The objectives of this lesson are as follows. Firstly, we're going to look at the command given to the Prophet.

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Secondly,

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we're going to look at the meaning of katella as the Prophet said in Hadith ominto and okatie Lana's

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I've been commanded to commonly transit fight the people, meaning of patella.

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Three

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we're going to look at the issue of the blood and the wealth of a Muslim.

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It's sacred

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For

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a stern warning,

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and five

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the mercy of jihad so what when people portray Jihad doesn't sound merciful to me? There's a lot of mercy in your head from so many angles.

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Many things do you have been fighting as mercy in that? The mercy in Jihad of fighting and how the how it was legislated as a mercy and even in jihad, the rulings that show you that you don't just do what you want. Rather, there are particular conditions of service and so forth. So firstly, let's read the Hadith in Arabic and give a brief translation.

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And then he's in your notes as we said, Hadith eight.

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I'm going to make it easy for you. I'm just going to write everything on the board. We're not going to go into your notes except for the first page. Why? Because unfortunately, them I left the author which isn't a bad name, by the way. He goes off on a tangent and he discusses jihad. However, jihad is a broader concept of MacArthur land you'll see in a moment so the notes go on to mentioned jihad, the talks of jihad, the Jihad of the tongue, did you have enough so? Yes, that's all true. But the Hadith is specific where Rasulullah said patola to fight, therefore, we're going to look at the meaning of that.

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And if the AMA radi Allahu anhu another school of law he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon omitted to no party the nurse had a shadow Allah Allah illallah wa Muhammad Rasulullah. Were you Thema salata zecca for either fou delic asama Mini deema a home Amala home Illa Islam, ye Sabu whom Allah La Roja Buhari, you are Muslim, abnormal, the son of Armando hota upset and that's why we say Radovan Houma both of them because him and his father. He said the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I've been ordered to fight against the people until they testify. There is no god worthy of worship, translate La Ilaha Illa to know God worthy of worship, and that Muhammad is the Messenger

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of Allah. And until they perform the prayers and pay the Zika. If they do so, they will have gained protection from me for their lives and property unless they do those acts that are punishable in accordance with Islam. Therefore, of course, no longer protected. And the reckoning will be with Allah, the Almighty Hadith, which is collected by Al Bukhari and Muslim. Firstly, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was given a command By whom? Allah He said, Oh, me, too, I've been commanded. He doesn't say Allah commanded me, because it's known in Arabic, and maloom. Madoff, that which is known, is removed, it's admitted, or it's implied. Someone asks you, what's your name? You

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say, your name, you'd have to say my name is so and so. Rather, it's implied. So he's saying I've been commanded and that shows you that as it also was commanded? It indicates that he is not worthy of worship, rather than the one who commanded him is Allah azza wa jal? So just by saying, ominto he's teaching us to hate sallallahu alayhi wasallam that his command is subordinate to Allah is command, very important. And you find this in the Quran, Allah azza wa jal, or say,

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on what's that mean? Say

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it's a command say this, you're a soldier that teaches us that he is a messenger. If you have a problem with the message, take it up with the legislator. In other words, when people have a problem with Islam and so forth, this is barbaric, oppressive terrorism, or their problems with Allah azza wa jal, he is the one who legislates not the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the sense of what was given to him. And once he says something, it comes part of the legislation of the Sharia. Not saying that the student is not legislation, no, it is, but he's commanded ultimately by law as a widget.

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And coal has many benefits as well in the

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cold when he says, it shows you that to hate, for example, political capital is not only not there, hate has to be expressed on the tongue.

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Say it to the people express show that no Islam and Christianity, Islam and Judaism and all of these other religions, it's different, not the same. Some people in the dour, they make it look like Islam is similar, and everyone in every aspect into the other religions. No, that's wrong. Once a brother was giving Dawa, to a Christian, and he said to him, Look, you see Christians and Muslims are all the same. I want to explain all the similarities. So in the end, the Christian guy looks at him and he says, if we're so similar, then why should I accept Islam?

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Right

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backfilled? No we, we differ in fundamental principles. Even on the concept of God, we differ upon law. So now we're not the same. Also, what God tells us is that Rasulullah is brave. How? Because it's called singular naku. You say Rasulullah is going to stand up and say the truth, even if he's alone, cool, Allahu Akbar. It shows you the courage of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So there's many benefits many benefits from God. So shows you that he allows or jellies a legislator, and he is the messenger. That's why it's called rasuna. He's just delivering the message to shows

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that a man unto hate is not only in the heart, and three, we said it shows the courage of the Prophet and among many other benefits, and we'll leave that for the next term inshallah. So he was commanded. So it shows you that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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is no doubt a messenger of Allah. That's the first point let's go on to meaning of katella he said omitted to endocardial a nurse, I've been commanded to fight the people. What does it mean? The only part we're going to look at from your notes is the first page where it says background, the majority of scholars say that the people here we said, I've been ordered to fight the people. He refers to the Arab polytheists, the Muslim woman, that's who he is referring to. That's the majority of the scholars.

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At the same interpretation can also be found in the Quran in surah. nostra either Janice or LaHood. So what does it mean when the Prophet saying I've been commanded to fight the people who are the people?

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Irabu shakin, that's correct, good. Another opinion says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was referring to all people excluding a whole kita like the Jews and Christians, so they're not included all the people except the Jews and the Christians. Because,

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of course, there's other reasons we're not going to get into it. Now. The people of the book it was said that this Hadith, however, was abrogated by later rulings concerning jizya were under a Muslim state Caliphate, they have to pay the jizya. The tax, that is that goes to the Muslim oma, why?

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It's funny that the conferral except paying tax, which is so much money in this country that have any problem with that, yet, when it comes to jizya, which is only a small portion, really, it's much less than the tax of the West charges us is our problem with. So is it Firstly, it's much cheaper than what the governments of today the oppressive governments that are charging us. Secondly, there are paisa, the Muslim speaker, because they're not paying soccer. Therefore, therefore, they are now receiving benefits from the government, but they're not paying anything. Therefore, the jizya among the many wisdoms is that they are entitled to particular benefits from the Islamic State among them

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protection, protection. If the Jews and Christians are living under Muslim rule, and they're paying the jizya they are protected by the Muslims. But after got to fight jihad, no, we fight to protect them.

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Okay, the justice of Islam. So really, when you look at the jizya, and so forth, is actually a very unjust system. And as we said, it's actually much less than the tax that we are charged here in Australia, for example. And if it's actually less than,

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less than that guy, once Amaro Delano, we saw an elderly Jewish man begging in the street. He said, Why are you doing this is during his philosopher is what are you doing? He says, I'm trying to get money to pay the jizya. Um, I said to himself, we took money from you as a youth. And now we expect you to beg as an old man, this is injustice. And he relieved him of paying the jizya. Rather, he commanded that he be given money from the Muslim Treasury. That's the justice of Islam. That's the justice that the kofod are hiding, because they know that it will eliminate oppression, oppression that they own hands of causing safarnama.

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So another opinion is Who are the people that also was commanded to fight third opinion, as it says, in your notes, interprets the Hadith as saying that people have to accept the domination or supremacy of Islam, that Islam is the dominant religion. In other words, they don't have to accept Islam, but they have to the people accept that Islam is on top, whether they're paying jizya Or another way. That's what it means doesn't mean that also law, when he's saying, I'll be commanded to fight the people until they accept this doesn't mean that they have to testify otherwise they die. No. And as you're going to see Atilla does it mean atella fighting is different to killing big

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difference in Arabic. He said artillery The next point now, I was commanded to artola not katella. There's a big difference in Arabic. So who does it mean by people? This is a difference of opinion. difference of opinion.

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Correct? Correct. So let's take now the meaning of kata. He said, I've been commanded to. He said, find the people. That's the meaning of quarterly. Quarterly means to fight.

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He's gonna say Oh, me too, and after I've been commanded to kill, that's katella

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Big difference.

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What's the difference? Fighting is more general.

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general concept to fight killing is

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opposite. What is it specific.

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And not everyone you fight, you kill, but everyone you kill you're fighting.

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So it also lowers commanded to fight that doesn't necessarily mean to kill so it's more general more general. So that's how we understand the Hadith, it's better and

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better to fight

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is part of the large concept of jihad.

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Because that's what data really is. return is a stereo field Mujahideen in order to strive in the Mujahideen

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of your enemy. So jihad is a broad concept, and you're not going to mention all of those other concepts but we're not really concerned with that because the Hadith doesn't say or jarhead, he said, so Jihad includes you had off

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the tongue good, and the Jihad of the knifes the soul, and the Jihad of the pen, right Jihad of the media Jihad of striving, you could for example, be in Jihad by attending to the poor needy, that's a type of jihad. A woman performs Hajj that's the type of jihad so there are different forms of jihad because the word Jihad came from Jehovah and Jehovah in Arabic means to strive, dude, if I said to you off the bat, lt do Hideki, you really strive hard in this college, you put everything in 100%, basil and God, he put everything you know, she put everything into that action. That's good to strive. So striving has many forms. However, ossola here is referring about something more specific,

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that's what we're not really going to look in the notes. However, if you wish to read about jihad in different forms, by all means, by all means, please do that in your own time, but we want to try and stick to the topic of this hadith.

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So instead of being commanded to fight, and as we said, doesn't mean to kill, because firstly, in Arabic, there's a big difference. You might say, Okay, give me some daily evidence from the Quran and the Sunnah, that fighting doesn't mean to kill Allah azza wa jal said, what you thought if attorney made meaning of katello, if two believing parties, groups of Muslims, what do they do? Fighting? Allah says for us, liberal baomer first and foremost, reconcile between them, then I feel to the fine take sides, no, solve the dispute first option. Then Allah says, For him, bevelled Adair home Allah. However, if one transgressors after this peace and so forth one transgressors. What does

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the law say, for all to let eternally then fight, the one who is oppressing the oppressive group, and this is in certain 100 is about believers. And it's how long to kill the believers. Therefore Allah saying fight them, meaning by fighting someone, you could be restraining them, you're not killing them big difference. And that's what our workflow downloaded to those after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away, who did not want to pay the Zika. Many of Zika alberca for them, not killing them. For them. Yes, some killed because I'm with the dean and so forth. That's something that you can't avoid. But the general rule No, this is referring to the believers fighting the talam

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to kill the believers. An example would be the fitness workout between where are we and Ali Rajaratnam there's a big fitness that happened in the time of the Sahaba, after the death of Rasulullah sallallahu. ala In fact, after the death of a worker, as well, big fitness, workout fighting but not killing, not killing, big difference. So the king of the Romans, he sent a letter to Maui saying, Look, I've heard of you internal medicine, affairs and problems. How about us the Romans, we back you up, and we'll bring your Ali's head.

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So while we wrote back and said oh dog of the Romans, when this is over, we're both Ollie and I coming for your head?

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Jani.

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This is about all of those issues. So long story so far, but it shows you this because you having a problem and you're fighting doesn't necessarily mean that you're killing each other. Right? Sometimes you have internal disputes and so forth. So there's a big difference. So asuma here is not saying that are being commanded to go and kill every single person, but rather to fight a type of Mujahidin to get the message to the people. That's what he's saying. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he says until had Yeshua to Allah, Allah Allah until they testify. What does that mean until an Arabic word had that has two meanings. There's the hat for hire, and it's hotter for daleel. What's

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the difference? There's purpose I'm doing this, and that's my purpose. So Islam could be the highest or until they all accept

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Islam each and every one of them. So both are interpreted here. Both are correct.

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Sure. inshallah we're gonna discuss this when we Yeah, not sure. So Rasul Allah has been commanded to call others to Islam. And as we said, that's part of jihad, this Jihad of the tongue, and this Jihad of the soul, and you have the pin. So a person is literally, he's going up, and he's calling others to Islam. And Rasulullah is, is telling us that he's been ordered by Allah azza wa jal to do this until people either accept Islam, or Islam is on top. Now we're going to discuss that question in more detail when we get to the mercy of jihad, inshallah, Tada.

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Now, he's saying until, until they testify, what does that mean? Until Does it mean that each and every person, or is it the purpose? In other words, why he was sin? And it seems both are correct, both are correct, that he's doing so not so every single person can accept Islam, but rather, he's doing so until Islam is basically the dominant system. That's one opinion and other opinion is until each and every person does so. But you cannot force a person to accept Islam, if they don't want to. Allah said, let it grow half the deen. And that's the meaning of this introduction where it said, until Islam is dominant, the person wants to stay Christian or do under the system of Islam, no

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problem. A person cannot be forced. And it's not as if you go to someone you say, except to Sam or die. No, you can't take this hadith out of context, because you have to take all the other ayat and all the other Hadith. There's an Iowa Allah says like Rafi Deen as we said, in other words, a person cannot be forced. There's no compulsion in religion, no compulsion in religion. Therefore what it means to fight here is the fight those who are preventing the message of Islam reaching the masses. Think of it as like a defense mechanism. Those people who are preventing the message from reaching the people, and they are fighting, the prophet SAW Selim, or they are fighting the Muslims. And as

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we said, Who are the people that also was referring to? One opinion is, and this is the vast majority of scholars say it's referring to the Arab polytheists. So they're the ones who were preventing the message from going out. He wanted to get hit with that even want to let him. So as you can see, we can't take this out of context. And we just start now going out and fighting with the people. No, it doesn't mean that. But rather, we take all the ahadith and all the ayat into context. Firstly, one opinion seems to be the vast majority, that he's referring to the Arab polytheists, who were harming the prophet SAW Selim, so he's been ordered to fight them. And also,

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even if it means that other people it doesn't mean that they are forced to accept Islam under coercion and the rest, that's not allowed. That's not allowed.

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So if a person does that know, their blood and their wealth is sacred. Awesome, we need the man or woman while at home. Therefore, once a person testifies sisters, they take the Shahada.

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The blood and the wealth are sacred. In other words, the basic principle for our son is that once a Muslim says the Shahada, and prays, and it gives us by default,

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they take the Shahada, they are Muslim.

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That's a default position. They take the Shahada, you are a Muslim, no one's allowed to say he's lying. She's lying. They said it out of neofolk. hypocrisy, they don't really mean it. Well, they only set it to run away from death, or they only said it because they don't want to be under taken as a captive. No. Once a person takes the Shahada, that is it. We consider them a Muslim, not allowed for the Blood to be spilled out on the famous story of Osama bin Zayed. He was in jihad, and he happened to overpower a disbeliever. And this disbeliever said, I shadow Allah, Allah Allah. So what did he do? He killed him anyway. So this news came back to the salon, and also la heard about

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it. And he said, You killed him after he said the Shahada. He said yes, He only said because if you read my sword, he said, Did you split his heart? Other Did you check what was in his heart and intention? In other words, how can you do this your sermon, and he kept repeating it. You killed him after he took his Shahada. You killed him after he took his Shahada. And Osama said I wish I did not become Muslim up until today. In other words, I wish I could do this now. So all of my previous Tinder mistakes could have been forgiven. So it also by showing us that hollows once a person takes the Shahada in Jihad now in jihad, okay, then it's not allowed to kill them well enough to kill

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them. So of course in Jihad with war, they're fighting you what do you do? Have a rose?

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So, yeah, it doesn't mean you don't fight back. In Islam, we have Jihad and we're not trying to say it's part of this part of Al Islam, that we have jihad. We have

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data, yes, but it's not every single person who differs with us No. Rather, there are other ahaadeeth in Iowa to indicate otherwise. So that's very important. We don't take this hadith out of context.

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So therefore, once a person takes Shahada, we're not allowed to accuse them of treachery or deceit or lying. Now, you said, Okay, what about in war? A person accepts Islam? Okay, you're a Muslim. Now you give them a hug and right, they stab you in the back? Well, just because, yeah, literally, just because they accepted Islam doesn't mean you are foolish, and naive. So yes, he was just about to kill you and accepted Islam. Now you have to keep Yes, you accept Islam, but you monitor him. Right? You monitor him. So for example, you have them walk in front of you, instead of walking behind you, things like this. So yes, a person a Muslim, although he accepts is a Muslim, but perhaps if they,

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by some chance happen to accept Islam because of treachery, or whatever it may be to really get to you, then at the same time, a Muslim should not be naive. And in the context of jihad, a Muslim should be wise.

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Therefore, unfortunately, what's happening around the world today, sometimes Muslims, who, unfortunately taking matters to extremes in the own hands, they're killing Muslims, Muslims killing Muslims, and it happens Unfortunately, this is wrong. We shouldn't

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fall into this trap. And this hadith basically, hollows once a person takes the Shahada, their blood in the water is sacred. However, it also was a lab How can Islam except with a right that Islam has upon them? What does that mean? It means that, yes, the default position, their wealth, and their blood is sacred. However, sometimes they can nullify this.

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And the blood is no longer hold on so long as it's highlighted enough to be spelt such as in Islam.

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Okay, there's a good that's one is execution for the one who slanders the Prophet salla. Selim in Islamic State, of course. Good. Good. So, manslaughter.

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And when there's manslaughter, there's the family of that person who was killed can either forgive in Islam or the blood money

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or they can have that person be killed. This is an Islamic State. Now we're talking about what I'm talking about here in Australia, we start applying the fixed punishments. No, we don't do that. It actually creates more harm. Yes.

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Blood Money where that person because they killed for example, a family member, then that family requests look, we just want the blood money. So it's equivalent to 100 camels. They pay the money, although I'm not sure how much of camels with anyone have an ID? I don't know. So if you if you do a search, you'll find the I think camels are actually forgive, they may forgive them.

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It's Hello Allah, but it seems 100 camels.

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And what about Xena?

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Xena of the sabe. The, Phoebe's her. Yeah, the married one or the one who has been married. That person is stoned in Islamic State if they're committed in a

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way. Of course, we're not talking about details of everything. But we're just talking about something that in Islam, that is punishable by death, because of what they've done. Why? Because, you know, Zina destroys lives, it destroys family, especially with STDs as well, it can spread a lot of contagious disease. So it doesn't just harm the individual. Rather, it's harming society's communities, families, it's destroying things. So therefore, any term that person is killed,

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after the witnesses of course, have testified and the witness has firstly it has to be for and they have to have seen the act literally take place private part into the private part. They have to all foresee it. So as you can see very strict conditions. Islam doesn't want blood. Islam doesn't just want to kill whoever they can, but rather the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once was approached by a woman as she said he also was an eight I committed dinner. So I gave her excuse he said, Is she is she mad? I said no so she's not crazy. So so she drunk as you can see this was given excuse he didn't want to apply the hat that's the prophet SAW Selim. So if the people claim that

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assembles all about wanting blood brucellosis, okay, he right all right, come here and all the Sahaba would have stoned or whatever it may be.

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And she said, No, so what I really did it he said, okay, and she said, I'm pregnant. That's proof enough. He said, Come to me, when you deliver. She an opportunity to run away nine months later she comes to us is the baby from Xena. He said come to me in two years after he finished the cycling period.

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Is the profit and loss of them. So as you can see, just because it's executable doesn't mean that every single time a person does it that they executed, but rather, conditions have to be met. Like we said, witnesses, they have to have seen the act, etc. Like even the cutting of the hand, a lot of the kofod Unfortunately, they look at the punishments in Islam, the fixed produce, and they try to accuse Islam, right, the cutting of the hand, or the cutting of the thief's hand. Firstly, if the thief stole something because of temptation, or they were alerted by something, no, the hand is not cut. It's only for example, among the conditions is breaking into. So let's just say you have a

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cleaner coming to your home, and you leave your jewelry box open, wide open, right? So they see an attempt to they take something no in Islamic law. They're not punishable for that. No, because they were tempted. That desire is a shell who took over, but it was locked tight. And they went in and they broke and so forth. Yes. Now that condition has to meet a certain threshold of wealth. So if it's something that's below the threshold, and I can't remember what that threshold is, if it's below the threshold, no. So if they take a piece of bread, they take an egg, it takes a milk, you know, or if they are part of they are poor, and they need to survive. Now, as I'm recording this

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enough for Windows femen, he did not apply the fixed punishment on the people because there was famine, there was drought, they needed to survive. So sometimes people have to still just to survive. So as you can see, in these conditions, it's not you took the smallest of thing, you took a pencil and chop off your hand. That's gonna fly like that. That's not [???]tier that's not sure. Yeah. And you know, have anyone been robbed before? Yeah. How did you feel?

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Yeah, what do you want to do to the safe? Kill it? Right, kill him. Once a non Muslim said, It sounds very because of the cutting of the hand. So I was asked Have you ever been robbed? They said, Yes. What did you want to do to the thief who said kill him with them is more merciful. It's asking for his hand on his life.

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So look at the justice of an Islam. Sorry.

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Yeah, it is. And honestly, I've been robbed as well and you feel literally want to kill the person.

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Exactly. And will let you know what stops it stops them.

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And that's why the number of times and look it up the number of times hands have been cut, or people have been stoned in Islamic law under the sea lever will they can count on your hands. Because first and foremost, when you have surely are people are feeling a lot. But if they don't feel a lot, at least a fear that punishment stops them and stops them literally, but not like today. You send people to prisons. It's a university for criminals.

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That's what the prison is. They go in right. Criminal he talks to criminal be what are you done for? What are you in here for I was in for burglary and whatever it may be, and why they caught me doing this. He should have done it like this. And he teaches in new tricks. Right? That's exactly what prisons do it teaching people how to become better thieves, better rapists, better killers, better murderers. That's what's happening. So Panama, but no, it is this particular fixed punishments, particular fixed punishment. But we said Xena of the theme, not the big, the one who's not hasn't been married that person if they come in sooner, they're not executed in Islam? No, they're not

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punishable by death. Why? For many reasons, among them because of their desires, and so forth. And they haven't had access to Hillel was the person who is married or has been married. He's had access to Hillel. So he's got no excuse. Why go to the home now? Or the person who, for example, a young teenager whose hormones are raging and he commits Zina in Islam, that person is not killed.

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Can we just sorry, there's a lot of

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good.

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Please write all the questions so we can just finish, then we'll take all the questions. We've got 10 minutes for them. So they're not killed, but there could be, there could be exalt. So that's the blood of the wealth of a Muslim it's sacred in Islam hamdulillah.

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Now, the stern warning is as follows.

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Isn't this hadith talking about an act of worship? Isn't Jihad an act of worship? It sure is, because it's been legislated by Allah azza wa jal now acts of worship.

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Have a procedure? Am I right? By show do like when we took the Hadith on Buddha, if an act of worship does not coincide with its time or place, or manner or number, if you remember, then it can be then it's considered in a innovation. It's considered an innovation. Therefore, since Jihad and so forth is an act of worship, the warning is that there is a procedure that needs to be followed. And if not, you're falling into innovation.

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In other words, unfortunately, sometimes people take these ahaadeeth and is out of context. They think you can go and fight with anyone and kill anyone. No. Rather, the procedure for Jihad and so forth needs to be followed. Just like you have solar. Is there a time for solar? Sure is time for jihad. Isn't there a place for solar

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sharees you can pray Anyway, there are particular places where you cannot pray like toilets like slaughterhouses, graveyards, etc. This place is also for jihad. So there's a manner that's very important because there's a time,

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place.

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manner and that's based on the Quran and the sooner Rasul Allah told us

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and I'm going to mention that now we're in here with the mercy of jihad.

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So that's very important. In other words, if we're not sure about all of these things, where do we go?

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The people of knowledge

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they direct the oma about jihad, very directly about Sala director or masterful left for the layman like you and I to take these a hadith and start applying it. I've been ordered to find the people with to start fighting people I started McCrory Street, Liverpool. No, rather, we said it's a it's a part of jihad and Jihad can mean Jihad of the tongue. In Australia, for example, and places like this. It's similar to the Mexican phase, if you realize in the Prophet solo, Sam Sera, he was in Mecca, and he was, of course, under coercion, and by going out to fight and so forth, what would that do? It will cause more harm than good, more harm to the believers. So you got to look at the

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Muslim heart of the oma. So likewise, in here, our role in here in Sydney, Australia is not jihad, of course on of the sword, of course, in the fight, rather, it's the Jihad of Tao, the tongue, speaking media and so forth. That's what we do.

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And unfortunately, some fatawa come out from people saying you're allowed to just go and kill anyone that's wrong. Never do you find the hadith of Rasul Allah, where in Mecca, he tells the Sahaba you see that guy forever there when he goes behind that building, go and kill him never. But rather, in the time and place in a manner in Medina, for example, established state and so forth. But no doubt, defensive jihad is that all time someone comes into your home wanting to kill you, and hamdulillah does jihad. You fighting is a type of jihad, and if you die, you die as a shahida. A Matter. So defensive, yes, that's in all cases, if someone's trying to kill and that's logical, and, and

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hamdulillah. We have, as I said, in Islam, there is something called Jihad fighting. Why? Because a religion without fighting, is a religion not worth fighting for.

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A lot of people, they would fight for the family, they would fight for the honor, they will fight for the family, they'll fight for they belong is one thing, people come into the home, wanting to take so many people will fight. If you're going to fight for your dunya you're not going to fight for you, they're not going to fight for your DNA, our DNA is the most precious item or precious asset to our lives. That's more valuable than our honor family, our lives. Therefore, as you can see, it's only logical that there is something which is fighting and jihad in Islam. However, as we said, it's done in the proper manner, time place procedure, not to be taken out of context.

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Now, I'm going to go into that in a bit more detail, to show us the mercy in Islam and it goes to jihad. Firstly, how would you had a mercy it's a Jihad number one in this legislation, legislation.

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Mercy of jihad, its number one legislation.

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What does that mean?

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The fact that Allah azza wa jal Yes, revealed jihad is a mercy to the kuffaar. How, in the earlier prophets, in the times of the earlier prophets, what would happen if the kuffaar rejected the message?

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They were all killed, unmask, all of them. Think of the people have known the people of the people have looked the people have known that people have also had intermode now all destroyed, yes. But in the town of Rasulullah, no, I lazur region will not destroy them all on mass, but rather, only a select few who were coming to fight the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and prevent the message of Islam reaching the people siata mercy, not all of them. It's only those criminals, those people who want to oppose the message and oppose the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That's the first point. Also when the punishment would come on the people of North or law or ad thermowood whenever come could the

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kuffaar push it back? No, once it comes, it's coming. That is it. They're all destroyed. You can't run away from it. You can't flee. But in the battlefield, if the kuffaar were to see the Muslims lining up with jihad, what can they do? They can flee so they can be saved. That's another mercy. That's another mercy. And if they're taken as prisoners, can they accept Islam? They can. There's another mercy they can still get out of it. And there are other ways they rent them, for example, teaching 10 Muslims that arena right as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, by teaching 10 Muslims had arena right, the prisoner is freed, but look at the kuffaar today, look

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Just they are no you need 1000s upon 1000s of dollars for bail, and he is of weight just to get freed while Mr. fasulo would merely grant prisoners of war, who were aforetime just about to kill him and his companions, freedom just by teaching Tim Wilson generator, right? Look at the mercy of Islam Allahu Akbar. So as you can see, the punishment of the earlier people was much more severe. So Jihad actually came to fight and limited number of people. And if they did see the Muslims lining up, Allahu Akbar, look at these Muslims, they look scary, they can run away, so there's actually a chance for them to be saved. But so that's how that's how it's a mercy among many other ways. And

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those who accuse Islam of being a religion of terrorism, let me just share with you some historical facts regarding their wars of terror. With any revolution, change in a society or ideology. Hundreds and 1000s of people die. So what they're saying first world war 17 million dead caused by non Muslims Second World War 50 to 55 million dead caused by non Muslims, Nagasaki atomic bombs. 200,000 dead caused by non Muslims, the war in Vietnam, over 5 million dead caused by non Muslims. The war in Bosnia and Kosovo over 500,000 deaths are caused by non Muslims. The war in Iraq so far, we're still counting 1.5 million dead caused by non Muslims, the massacre of the red Indians of North

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America 100 million dead caused by you guessed it, non Muslims upon law. Those are the revolutions of the kuffaar let's look at the reform of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his entire Prophethood there were 63 battles Medina, the entire province of Rasul Allah 63 battles and a desktop only 1287 give or take a couple that is it.

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Death toll of 1287 only, Allahu Akbar, large high number of battles, small number of deaths, and we challenge any orientalist to prove us wrong on this matter. That is the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. That is the justice of Islam. As we said, it's not at the fight every single person in the street, every single person in the town and village No, there was that there was create or they was turned towns, villages and cities to ruin and Rubble, but no and only Islam wrong.

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Even till this day, they destroy entire villages on mess. men women children, elderly monks worshippers noncombatant Winokur, but no Rasulullah forbade that he forbade the Sahaba from fighting, killing children if abeyta Sahaba. from harming women he forbade the Sahaba from harming the elderly he forbade the Sahaba from harming monks worshipers non combatants. He even forbade the Sahaba from cutting down trees unnecessarily or harming animals. That is the mercy of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was this authentic hadith narrated by sunon abita wood after a battle Rasulullah noticed a woman dead. He became extremely saddened and upset. He said Matt can attack the little

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cotton. This woman wasn't either fight why she did. That's what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said he ordered the Sahaba not to harm women children, as we said, non combatants not allowed. Those are the rules of Islam. The cofilin have rules that don't care who gets killed. Look what's happening in Syria. You know, just two weeks ago, when those salamati when

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you know, those AI system Alhaji just two weeks ago when you know those two criminals convicted scumbag drug dealers were executed in Indonesia Eonni there was an uproar from the communities, you know, simultaneous broadcasting live news broadcasting 24 hour broadcasting right for two convicted drug criminals. Yet that two days earlier, 50 civilians in Syria had barrel bombs dropped on them not a single word from the media, nothing on CHANNEL SEVEN 910 no live broadcasting. We're not asking these people to be Muslim reporters. We're just asking them to be human ones, human reporter, this report that which is important to humanity, but unfortunately, it's selective morning. So as

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you can say, that's the mercy of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and jihad. And if you'd like more details on this topic, I actually gave this lecture called the Prophet Mohammed in war, Prophet Mohammed in war, and that's online on YouTube, and type in Prophet Mohammed, or just type in war or prefer and in misery. It's my surname vizury. And you will find that they're online. But we'll leave it at that inshallah to Allah. But there's a lot we can discuss, you know, even prisoners, even the mercy Rasulullah showed to prisoners in Islam. It's it's how long to torture prisoners turn on. And the Prophet forbade the Sahaba from doing so. And they have rights. They have rights, but

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unfortunate look at the CIA torture report that came out recently, believers who were tortured extensively in Guantanamo Bay.

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Hell on Earth. One man one believer was waterboarded 187 times you know waterboarding is that they basically they gag you and they pour buckets of water onto your face and you basically like you're drowning but you're not 187 times

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sleep deprivation 40 hours, right things like this. Yeah, like they torture in the summertime and a lot of torture. For example, let's just do a comparison on a comparative study between Guantanamo Bay, the prisoners of Islam, and the prisoners of the cofilin the time of the prophet SAW Salem, Guantanamo Bay or the strip searches of prisoners Rasulullah forbade strip searches of prisoners. In fact, one day he saw a prisoner wearing shabby clothing he said, find some clothes for him. Living bit rests upon Guantanamo Bay offers low grade food to prisoners rasulillah fed prisoners prisoners of war through that the Sahaba would eight 110 of a tightly changed the shackles prisoners

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rasulillah loosen the shackles of prisoners. Guantanamo Bay denies freedom of prisoners rasulillah granted freedom of prisoners if they merely taught 10 Muslim Catarina right. That is it. That is enough with a prophet of mercy to secure freedom. That is the prophet of Islam. Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does that come Hello, hi, Ron. subchronic Aloha, Mohammed ignatia don't just have one or two bullet.

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Unfortunately, we're gonna have to not take questions now. So we can just at least take 10 minutes or so from Sierra. I'm very sorry, but we did take a bit longer today. basically give me

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so open your Sierra books. We'll just go for 10 minutes or so and we'll stop there. That way you can finish early as well.

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We're continuing in the field nectar where it says strife in the way of the cool I believe 87

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