Muhammad Alshareef – The Messenger Of Allah

Muhammad Alshareef
AI: Summary © The upcoming Aladdin movie uses a similar approach to Aladdin, emphasizing the importance of learning the Prophet sallama and avoiding sllers. The speakers stress the need for first aid and practice learning in English, as well as avoiding sllers. The importance of learning to understand and follow human principles, particularly in the context of online classes, is emphasized. The book, Shema, provides guidance and resources for those interested in learning to read and write in English.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillah Allahu Subhana want to stay in on a little on our order below him in shorthand for cinema and say Dr. Marina Mija de la huhtala family Lola little fella ha de la, la la la la la la, la sharika or shadow Ana Mohammed Abu hasura Amanda.

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So, first I'd like to thank the Melbourne community here for having me just like malacanang It was a long trip very, very long. But Panama and only about 20 hours of traveling or 24 hours of traveling, we crossed almost half the earth to get here to come here into this room in sha Allah and to take part in this conference. May Allah subhanaw taala make it successful.

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The Companion of the prophets of Allah Allah who sent him say even I'm in a Juma he will be allowed on on. There was a time in his life

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where he would remember an incident. And every time he would remember this incident, he would start to cry and his tears would overwhelm him. And that incident

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as our model the alumni who asked him asked him what was it what was making him do this? He said that there was a time in Mecca. When another of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was being tested in his Deen hubbub by the alarm turned on.

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And as the mob in Mecca came abusing him, they asked him a question.

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And they were punishing him and torturing him. They said to him, that would Wouldn't you be happy

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that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Wouldn't you be happy if he was in your spot now? And you would be at home and okay and fine.

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And no matter what was happening to hubbub, rhodiola horn who he would never allow something like that. He said, rhodiola horn who he said what law he that I will not be happy to switch positions. If I was to go home and be with my family in the profits of Aladdin cinema is going to be predicted by athon. I would not trade positions. I would go through all of this, so that he wouldn't suffer that Salalah Harney, he was selling them

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and he prayed as to what are causing the people they mutilated him, and they killed him. Are they allowed Tyler Andrew, but there was a position in his life. And this is how much the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam meant to him, and we hope in sha Allah tala that in these coming days, we can enliven some of those feelings, that the companions about the longtown on him had for the messengers of Allah, Allah Himself sallam.

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If you go to a non Muslim, and you ask them to believe in one God,

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would they accept or would they reject?

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Normally, they already believe in it? Correct. They already believe in one God, even people who do shake,

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they still worship the idols. And they make excuses. They say we're not really worshipping these idols. They're just symbolic of the one higher god that's above the idols. And they have to make excuses because their mind and their intelligence doesn't allow them and doesn't, doesn't allow for them to accept any Gods other than Eliza Jen. So they make other names for it, so that people already believe in Allah

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And if you ask them, would you mind praying to your one God? How about a prayer? Even the worst of people, they wouldn't mind praying. They would raise their hand and say, Sure, let's make a limit. Let's make a prayer. They don't have a problem with prayer. So you're looking at the toe hate is not a problem.

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And the Salah is not a problem also. What is the problem?

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It's believing in the messenger sallallahu wasallam eyeshadow La ilaha illallah wa shadow Anna Mohammed Abdul hora pseudo, because that's the determining point. If they believe in Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they would understand their tawheed properly, and they would understand how to do their salah and the whole Deen would come together for them. But the whole pivot, the main issue is them believing in Rasulullah sallallahu Sunnah. So don't think it's a coincidence that the kuffaar are attacking the character of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they know that the strength of the Muslims is in the character of what sort of lesson Allah has. And if they can take that away

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from the people in their minds and attach bad things, then they can misguide the people. And so that's why that attack is now on the message of a loss of Alon is Anna and us helping these people and guiding them is to defend the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and actually show them who is Rasulullah sallallahu is and and and in order for us to do that. We have to know ourselves. We have to know ourselves before we can tell other people

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I'll just tell you a piece of information is very interesting. Is that when the messengers are they have a Salam when they went to their people.

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When they went to their people, they didn't tell the people to believe in one God.

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Right? You may have read this in in your books, or the books, right? They'll say there was not a single messenger, except that he told his people about the one God, this is not true. And so some of you here are looking at me like, you know, why did we bring this speaker?

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But what was their message? every prophet went to their people saying, Yeah, como Bula coming in.

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The dour was all my people worship Allah.

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It wasn't a theory about speaking about one God, and you have this God, it was about worshiping allies origin, because the people already acknowledged Allah. And you'll see in other places, when they question something about Eliza Jen, what what did the messenger say, a filler check. Is there any doubt in Allah felted of Samoa to allow the Originator of the heavens in the earth, there's no doubt. And even those people that are far and I'll tell you here at the university, people are involved in dour, you'll find people, they have maybe the most wretched of a flap and they live the most wretched lives. And you speak to them about religion, they will say I do not believe in God. I

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believe in Mother Nature.

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I don't believe in God, I believe in a higher being.

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And so you ask yourself, if there is anybody that was going to deny,

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Allah, it would be these people. But they don't deny Allah. All they can do is name Allah with other than his real name. Because their existence doesn't allow them to, to change that. And really, all you have to do is just tell them, then who is Mother Nature. And let them explain more and more and more is just nothing but names that they named, and their forefathers named manzanilla hovingham. And so

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if someone asks you the question, do you like Brian? Do you know Brian? Do you like Brian? A man named Brian, I want you to raise your hands. If you say that you like Brian. Raise your hands if you like him.

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Nobody likes him.

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Maybe he's a good nonnamous the name is Ben. Does anybody like him?

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Anybody have any questions? Who's Brian? Okay, logical question. Okay, what if I said that Brian was the person that came in here earlier and helped the Muslim set up the chairs? Would you like him now?

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You like him? How do you know you like him? Maybe he went to came from the bar and he came and maybe the shark between putting the chairs away.

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You're confused. And where does this confusion comes from? It comes from the fact that you don't have knowledge of this person named Brian.

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Okay, and just like you couldn't make a conclusion, until you knew who he was. Similarly,

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we or a person can make a conclusion about their love for the profits of the long run to send them until they know who Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam is. Now many of you do know who the Prophet sallallahu is, you may have gone to Sierra classes you may have understood and so on. But let me just give you the example of a Muslim child, Muslim child, the parent says, you have to love the Messenger of Allah. You have to love them, the child says why stuff for lunch slap in the face.

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You have to love him why another hit? The parent doesn't realize that this child doesn't know who the profits on the lawn incentive is. And so we're forcing that child to make a conclusion. And the child doesn't know who the Messenger of Allah civilize them is. And I know from experience, youth that grow up like this, they are forced to make conclusions through beatings or through something like that when they get older. They take the opinion of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam as any other human being.

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And they think that he's a man and everybody else is a man therefore our real prophet is science, which is stuff from Allah is not true. Bring the all the scientists in the world and if they contradict the prophet SAW the light is sent him they're the ones who are misguided, not the messenger of Eliza salon ism.

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And so that only comes because he's the only human like that. So lalani I sent him the person has to know who the Messenger of Allah said a lot I sent him is before they can make an opinion.

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So where do we learn about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam we learned from the books of a hadith correct.

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So when it comes to the books of a Hadith, I'm just speaking very realistically, the books of Hadith are in Arabic. How many of our community members know Arabic? I'm sure there would be a low number. And that's the key in the beginning to understanding so Arabic language gone from our community? It's not there. So right there, all the books, it's like they have a lock and key on every single Hadeeth book.

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Now someone learns Arabic they get the key. Does that mean that they open all those books? No, it doesn't. Because I'm sure you can get many many Arabs who don't know that the books of Hadith they don't know which books are out there. Let's say that they knew the books I'm talking about by name only. And I won't put people on tests here because I'm in shitty I'm not in Heidi.

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But if I said what are the nine books have had it that one though? I'd say I'll put the petition. What are those books have?

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You guys on test Misha test you Okay, who wants to tell us the nine books of

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nine books of Hadith I'll even let the people in the friends say

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that they have to raise their hand and say it loudly.

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nine books of Heidi

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Nandi and nine. You want to do six? Okay, go ahead. Six. You asked and I have to stand up.

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Okay, took me 10 minutes. Okay. The brother said Buhari Muslim embudo to Medina say and imagine Okay, six. Okay, next three. Next three.

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Okay, Muslim Imam Ahmed says I'm getting it from more than one person. I need it from one person. Not from you know 100 people. Mr. handyman Mohamed en

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multiman Malik. One last one. No.

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Someone said Sinan and daddy me. Okay. Here's the question. Raise your hands. All right. Are you ready? How many people have seen a hard copy of synonym daddy me raise your hand if you've actually seen the book in your life?

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Okay, one brother, who else? If you seen the hardcover book in your life, even the machete in the front, raise your hand if you've actually seen the book.

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Okay, too.

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Okay, this is just an example. And I say this because I

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Just barely got a chance to see synonym daddy.

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synonym daddy mean, these are hottie from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. We've never seen the book in our life, never seen it.

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The Arabic language isn't there. We've never seen the book.

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But then how can we say that we know that some of the profits of the Learning Center. And so as they say one of the most,

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you know, it's a very enormous platform to say, this is not in the center, you see many people walking around, left and right, left and right, this is not in the center, this is not in the center, very simply ask them, have you read the center?

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Because again, they may not have even seen those books. If this is how distant We are from the books, and I'm speaking realistically,

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then how can we know what's in those books.

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And one of the most beautiful things Subhanallah, to listen to, I'm sure you listen to many lectures in your car, and so on.

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One of the most beautiful is to hear a book of Heidi, someone reciting it on tape.

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And so they'll say on ebihara are they allowed on on who club Carlota sudama. He's on the line is, and they just go through a heartbeat like that. And that's all you're listening to. You just listening to statements of the profits on a long running center, and your heart will open. And it's as if you're listening, you're sitting hearing the profits of the line and center and the statements and the guidance that he gave to the oma Subramaniam center.

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And so that's a little idea for those who are organizing tapes and so on to get some of those tapes ready.

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When you look at the companions, now they had a much deeper and closer connection to the Prophet sallallahu Ani, who was send them

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in our communities, sometimes when a shift gives an opinion. People may reply back and say, is this only Sunnah?

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Because it means that if it is not, therefore we don't have to do it.

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This is how the accident comes. Is this farther is this?

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Is this worship? Or is it sin? And they give that level of Mr. hub dishonor and meaning that

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almost if they had a chance to translate it, they would translate it as you don't have to do it. Not that it's desirable. They translated as you don't have to do that as long as it's similar. And so if you looked at the companions of the alohar, at home, would they make those distinctions? Would they hear something? This is what the prophet sallallahu Sallam liked or disliked. And they'll say, Oh, that's only So no, we can still do it. They would never talk like that. They would say something you see about you, but I'm sorry about the alohar. No, he said, if the Prophet said a lot, ism doesn't like it, then I don't like it either. Just on simple smells, or simple tastes here and there. That's

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the way the companions were. In fact, they would want to copy things that were has been a visa, Lalanne incident, you have the example of the prophets of Allah, they said, I'm fasting more than one day continuously. And the companions that are the alumni who are some of them, they wanted to imitate that. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that I'm not like you, because Allah subhanaw taala gives me food and drink, but they still want it to copy Sonoma, honey.

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So what happens to a person? What do you benefit, when you start learning the profit center line a son in his life and so on? You start emulating that imitating it, you know, the profit center line instead of so well. And your love for him becomes so intense that you wish to imitate the profits of the long run and you send him you find something that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam likes, then you will also like it, you find something that the province of the licensee dislikes, you will also stay away from that. And the footsteps of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because of your love for him. You want to follow where he went? And where did the province underlining, send him go?

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Aloma federal vehicle on his path. And that's where he ended. He ended up so a lot incentive. And this is the path that we also want to take walking down that path for our goal of winning a loss of $100 pleasure and entering general windows.

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You'll see in the example

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in the hedgerows that the profits on the lining system did

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to Medina on the path

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he was with Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu and they came to the home of Omar bin. And there they tried finding some milk and she said there's nothing except this week, go through this week sheep. It couldn't go out with the other the other goats. So it's here in the province that a lot I sent him said allow us to milk it.

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And she said that it's it's more weaker than that. It can be milled. It's even too weak. It's almost dying. And so on the province of a lot a Senate, he took the S Babs had Bismillah wiped on the on the goat, or the sheep.

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And then it opened its legs and he started milking. And he milked any milk, any milk. He gave him a mobbin. He gave our worker, a be a long line. And then he sent a line I sent him drank himself. And then they left. And oh, Marvin.

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Marvin, she explained who this person was when her husband came back, because he found the blessing in his home with all the milk that was there. He said, What happened? Who was this person that came and she started describing the prophets of Allah, her name's Anna, and her description of the prophets of the light isn't and we're not going into it now. But her description was so precise, and what the province of a lot is, and I'm looked at, you go into any book and they will mention this hadith of Omar Ahmed and what she said

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in the character, the prophets of the light incentive, and also the way Abu Bakar of the long run, who was acted with him and how he acted with a robocall of the alarm.

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And then her husband said some poetry some lines of poetry citizens admired

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by him, no claim, he says, just a la hora banarsi Hi Raja he, Buffy Connie. Carla climatique amaravati humanas ella Hi, Bill Hooda factor that P pakad. fasm and M Sara Fuca Mohammadi, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And he was speaking about these two noble people that had come.

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And he said the last two lines he said they came with Hooda. And Omar Bella was guided with this Hooda. And then he said For verily, victorious is the person who wakes up at night, as the effect of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, the companion and the follower of Mohammed solomani.

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In the example of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam many times Muslims, when they're looking at the miracles, the miracles of Islam, they look to the Quran, and they go specifically for the scientific miracle miracles. So they'll say, embryology and so on, here's the mountains, here are the rivers. But there's much more to the miracles than that.

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And anyone who studies a certain science, they most likely will find miracles in that science.

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I'll give me an example of that, in psychology.

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in psychology, like even right now, I studied some psychology so that I can almost read people's minds, by their actions of their eyes, the actions of their hands, people who are in business, they may know some of these things. Also, how do you know if someone wants to purchase something? How can you tell which direction they're going into that you can influence them? And I studied this and SubhanAllah. As you learn more and more about it, you start realizing that the dean has this within itself. I'll give you an example of that. I'll tell you the direction if I told you something that I know affected you so much. I could tell when you started to do Toba. Do you know how I could tell? I

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could pick out in the room who actually was affected by this and the repenting to allies and judging

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by the way their eyes move?

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Do you know which direction the eyes would be? Who wants to give a guess one person's guess? Go ahead and run down and to which direction left to right. To the right. That's correct. down into the rain. That's exactly correct. So if someone almost like a child, and for parents, they know this, when you go to the child and you say Don't you know what you did is wrong. Don't you know what you did is wrong, the child will look down.

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And any parent knows this, if the child is feeling bad, he looked down if he's angry, he looked up. But he looked down. If he starts thinking about a lie, he'll start looking to the left.

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If he starts like he's thinking, what should I say back to my dad, he'll come up and say he looked down to the left. And if he's actually repenting getting in touch with his feelings, like they'll say, he's looking down to the right. And if you know when to shut hood, some of you may not have no I'm just saying you know, this is my own reflections. Where did the Prophet said a lot he sent him look into shadow. Where did he look

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at his finger. He didn't look at this as the area he looked down to the right of his his to shadow when he would do that to here to lacinato playback and that is the direction

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Someone who is repenting to Alaska origin is thinking about it. You can see that and you'll see this upon a lot of America. And even in Samoa, when you're standing like this and you look up, you feel like you've broken your Salah.

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And your main, your focus is actually downwards, to maintain. And I would tell people, if you ever want to stay focused in Salah, keep looking at your center area, because it's impossible for you to change your mind. In Salah unless you raise your eyes, you have to raise your eyes. I'm just giving you a little example of those little miracles that are found here and there here and there for people who understand. And so for example, if someone is a parent, or a teacher, and they want to find the best example in how to raise children, they go look at the Prophet salallahu, asylums example, but look at it properly and carefully. And Subhanallah, even non Muslims who done their

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PhDs in child psychology and so on, you will see them come to conclusions that you will find in the Sunnah. But normal people who read that Heidi, they might not see it that deeply. But someone who is happier in these things, knows that this is the miracle, a given example one of those,

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those moments, something that

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parents don't often do or say like Islamic school teachers.

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And that is to touch the students. You'll see that boy who came to the profits of the Learning Center, he was asking for permission to commit Zina and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Normally, if that same boy came to one of our communities, we would kick him out of the masjid immediately, or someone would hit the boy.

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Or Thirdly, you can just bring out all the different scenarios of how we would arm this, this this child.

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And even the companions, they wanted to do something similar to this with the Prophet civilize them said, No, he brought him and he started asking him questions. He didn't make statements to the boy who was at he was teaching him. He wasn't telling him. We like to tell a lot. But he was teaching him. He said, Would you like it for your mother?

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And then boy said, No, I wouldn't. Would you like someone to come and dinner with your mother? He said, No. And he said, similarly, other people don't like for their mother, he kept bringing questions, stimulating questions, and the boy was answering themselves himself. At the end of that the prophet SAW the light, I said, and put his hand on that boy's chest. And he made up for that boy,

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his guidance, his hood, in how he dealt with children, just taking that lesson, a child does something in an Islamic school incorrectly. The teacher starts asking questions, stimulating questions to the boy gets that boy to make the conclusion themselves. Put your hand on the boy's chest, and then make dot for that boy, make up for that boy and see what kind of a difference it will be in comparison to the teacher that says I'm going to give you detention and just puts the boy's name on the board embarrasses that boy publicly, and the boy becomes you know, very tough and maybe more maybe more I need in his reaction to what the teacher will tell him in the future.

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You will see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with his family, his wife. And I mentioned this in the hood, that if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wasn't truthful, then the first person to disbelieve in him would be his wife. Because the wife knows everything about the husband. She knows everything. And you'll see the Khadija rhodiola one of the first people to become Muslim, and his wives after that sort of long run. He was in the province of Allah they sent him said, Hey, eurocom hydrocone Allah, that the best to you is the best his family. And so they come on TV, and they tell that the province of a lot s&m was abusive to women, or Islam oppresses women. Is this the statement

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of someone that oppresses women, caribou Allah, they've lied. This is the statement of a person who is bringing that protection to the women. The province of the lightest send them said the best of you is the best his wife and I'm the best to my wife, to my wives to my family, sorry, the province of a lot is in them in this example, the province utilizing them is the leader.

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He's the whole army is there. And he tells the whole army to move forward to continue walking in the desert, and to leave him and his wife are a shell of a loved one,

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alone in the desert. And now you imagine this moment, he's the leader of the army. And you'll see in many cases, Imams, their wives won't even be there. And if they're there, they're not going to make everybody get out of the gymnasium so that they can play one on one basketball with their wife or something like that. The Prophet salallahu alaihe

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Now he's alone. He says, Okay, now let's race. And I should have the Longhorn in the province of a lot. So they go racing on the desert. And you just take a moment to imagine that the province of a lot isn't racing with his wife. And again, he's not, it's not just a normal day, the army is there. He just moves them forward. They're coming from battles. They're coming from expeditions. And he still takes that moment to win the heart of his wife, some alcohol.

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And so even little glimpses like that. And I know a lot of people complained to the amount I'm sure about, you know, spouse do they are Australia's Got it? Correct.

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But if someone really understood the sooner male and female, they wouldn't have those problems, because they would have an example. And the profits have a lot incentive to emulate and they would be able to win over the heart of their spouse, I actually have some lectures regarding that. How to be a good Muslim husband how to be a good Muslim wife, each one separate on a separate CD, so that people don't get into fights after that.

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And you'll see even Subhan Allah in

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when gibreel Allah He Sam came to the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, and he was giving him or they were speaking about Why, then, Khadija or the long line had comes. And this is in behati in the virtues of Khadija or the lohana, that gibreel gives his seranthony Khadija

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so it wasn't just him in the province of aligning cinema, but he is also passing on his Salaam to Khadija or the Allahu taala on him.

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In his family or in his home, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was also the best example. And I'm not going to go into detail because this is a whole class you can take in studying the example of the prophets of the lion cinnamon, in fact, it goes beyond the class into absolutely every part of life. There is that best example in the province of Milan a sentence in his home, when he would come home sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we know the one of the first things he started with was,

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was the sewer. So you would go immediately his family members wouldn't smell anything bad for him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would use the seiwa and he loved these beautiful smells. And the Prophet solomani was set up when it came to eating and drinking. You'll see from his son that he would say in them and he said Verily, I'm a slave. I eat like a slave eats.

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And I sit like a slave since sanella. Han he was gonna he wouldn't eat in fancy plates and cups that were made of golden silver. And he forbade the people from this some alcohol to sin, He would use his right hands and he loves to use his right in his when he would comb his hair. When he would do things when you pass things to other people with his right hand some alcohol he was sent him when putting on his shoes, etc.

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With his companions all along while he was selling them.

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If you are when the companions would come sit with the Prophet salallahu a cinema they would all feel special with him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so much so that the person would think that the Prophet that they were the most beloved to the Prophet said, allottee and center, when in reality, he may have loved it. So the lion had the most,

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the most, but other people would still think that they were the most loved to the prophets on the line I sent him because of how special he treated the people, and is one of the companions that are the alohar in the province of the lioness and him came behind them, covered his eyes and said to him, he said out loud man instead of who by the slave.

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And so that companion, he tried moving away with his, with his, with his body until he realized it was the province of Milan and sent him and then he desisted, backed up and put it back into the chest of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he said Yasuda law no one would buy me because I'm too cheap. I'm not worth anything. And the province of Alberta, as Adam said, but rather to Eliza, Jen, you're very expensive, and you're worth much. And another man came to the province of a Lani and sent him speaking to him. And from his,

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or the position that he considered the province of Eliza he was asking Who is this the Messenger of Allah? They told him here it is, and then the man started shaking, because he was so nervous. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, calm down. He said, because I'm not a king. I'm just the the son of a woman who used to eat 30 a certain type of food that the people of Mecca would eat Italian the person to calm down, but this is the prophets of Allah ohana he was.

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You'll see in the battle

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When the time would get the hardest in the battlefield that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the one moving forward when other people would back up. And you see in the Battle of honey, when the people ran away, the prophet said a lot a synonym ran forward. Everyone's running this way, and the prophets of the lighting systems running forward, calling at the top of his lungs, and in the bu laccadive, and an abdomen, that I'm the Prophet with no lie. I am the son of Vietnam, of Abdullah methodic, moving forward sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and you will see in the Battle of 100, when nobody knew that the profits in the long run is in him whether he was killed or not. He started

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calling out la bad de la, calling everybody in the battlefield and everybody wanted to kill the profits on the line. He said him by him shouting, everyone knew where he was Muslim and Catherine. But this is the Prophet salallahu de Sena gathering the ranks of the believers bringing them back together so they can make a strong stand together and not separated.

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And one of the, the moments the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, before he died on the line is in him, he stood

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in his apartment next to the masjid Missy Nebo, he, and the people were in salah and avocado, the lion was leading the prayer. And the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam opened the curtain.

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And when he looked over them with saline, he smile, some allies and this was the last days that he lived here on earth. He smiled because of what he saw. And the believers is the Hadid say that they almost had a fitna in their salon, from their excessive happiness, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was now okay. And he was feeling better and he was going to be alright, they were almost going to lose control of their salon.

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But the prophet SAW the light is in him close this curtain. And it was a few days later that he moved on to advocate for the law, honey.

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You know what's interesting in the in the past, and I know a lot of there's a lot of Somali brothers here, right? And I'm sure in their communities, the name Hamad is very popular. Am I correct? Yes.

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In Egypt, it's popular to and in Pakistan, every single person is named Mohammed first name, by default, their name they don't even mention. What's interesting about that I grew up in in Canada and in Canada. I used to tell I was in a school where everybody was like a Pakistani say they're Gora, Gora.

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They're like white people they're in. in Winnipeg in the entire school. I was the only brown child,

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the whole school. And so I told one of the boys when I was growing up, they're telling me Christmas, and they're telling me this and that, and I told them that did you know that the most popular name in the world is Muhammad? And the boy said to me, yeah, right. He said, that can be true. It's probably john or Michael or something like this, but it can't be mahama. But this boy didn't understand obviously, because he hasn't traveled too much in the world. And then I later on moved to Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, near Toronto.

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And one of the boys the teacher was was calling out the roll call and there's a lot of Somali people in this high school that I went to, and he kept saying Mohamed Mohamed Mohamed is sorry, calling out the names of the students. And one of the boys the the non Muslim boy said to me, said, Why are you all named Mohammed?

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And in fact, they have a soccer trophy. Do you see soccer here football, soccer, okay.

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They had a soccer trophy. And it was called the Mohammed trophy for exceptional soccer players, because they had a Somali brother who was like an amazing soccer player. And that school won so many championships because of him, that they named that trophy after him that they would give it out every year. And so I noticed now that a lot of people when they name their children, they want to get away from the normal names that everybody else names, so they name their kids names that like a really weird and so on, and they're getting away from those traditional names. But I'm saying that Subhan Allah in our past, even though a lot of our communities weren't that close to Islam, but they

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still have that love for the prophets of Allah.

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And I think inshallah, that we should keep that going. You have a child Mohammed, have a child Mohammed will keep naming them inshallah and even when I was preparing this, I was saying that inshallah when I have my son I'll try my best will name a Mohammed even though my name is

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And so

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in conclusion,

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in when doing doubt Allah azza wa jal, it's very important that one of our focuses, is in teaching the people about Rasulullah sallallahu, it was an entire mission to teach the people who the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, and not just in defense, because a lot of times, when you're doing it in defense, you're confusing a lot of people, you have to be proactive, you actually have to tell them about the profits of the line, he sent him before the misconceptions come to them. So they already know who he is, they will be the ones who will refute the misconceptions when they come. But that takes us to not sit down like this, but actually stand up and go out to those people

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and teach them and not keep the message hidden in the walls of our massage. But actually go out and take that letter and pass it on to each and every person.

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And here in sha Allah in the in the next few days, in this conference, we're going to be learning about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Please take advantage of this, I'm sure. I don't know how the attendance is tomorrow. But there's no doubt that when something is free, you will not get attendance like this, the next day, there will be one quarter of this. And as the days go on, it will get less and less and less. And so I was actually telling the brothers that you know, how much are you charging the people here? How much are you charging them, it's free. And then I said that's not for their own good.

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Because people have to know how important this information is. And they realize that we will work hard in strengthening it. So the brothers, I know the brothers and sisters that prepared this conference, I know they may have done it free. But please don't misunderstand that. We need help. And the whole community needs help to make sure that these events happen. And that's not the responsibility of one and we're not the responsibility of a manager or a secretary and so on. It's the responsibility of every single Muslim, in Australia, not even here. Even the Muslims that didn't come are going to be responsible for this. That meant to make sure that that knowledge keeps passing

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on. And we have the knowledge with us. Because people that came before us were not Buffy.

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They were not stingy. rlms and our fathers and mothers that came before us, they used to sit us down and teach us this information and make sure that it passed on to the next generation, we will not allow it to stop with us. But we will continue that Amana to pass on that information to others.

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And some

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inshallah, in the second week, and not this weekend, but next weekend, I was actually because I was going to be in here here in Australia. And they said, Can you go around giving lectures, you know, those lectures after Salah where no one takes notes? Right? No, no one takes notes. And I feel like I said, I don't like to do those anymore. The reason I don't like to do them is because in many instances, it's like entertainment. I could tell you, you know, one person I used to give like a Saturday lecture again and again and again. And someone says, Give us one more. And I told him that if you can tell me the title of one of those Saturday lectures, I'll do another one for you. I don't

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want any information, I just want you to tell me one of the topics of the whole year of lectures, and I promise you they couldn't remember a single topic. So then I say to myself, why am I doing this? Am I here to entertain you? Or am I here to educate you?

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I think I'm here to educate you not to entertain you. And so that takes a different style. It's not about just standing out after the salon, people listening 15 to 20 minutes, and then going home not remembering not changing anything, but it's about us being serious. So these kinds of lectures have to move on to something serious. And so it's my hope inshallah, in the next two weekends after this, we're going to be doing a course here, University of Melbourne, called a solid fifth. As soon as for those who aren't familiar with the science, it's not.

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It's a solid field. It's the principles. It's the intelligence behind.

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And many of you who grew up here in Australia, you may have seen the intelligence or the unintelligence of democracy, and the unintelligence of these other systems. But no one explained to you the intelligence of Islam, or didn't come out clearly, so that childhoods youth, they see everything else is being logical and consistent. But when they come to Islam, they see why is all this youth differing, and why is there a difference of opinion, because this comes from a lack of knowledge of sort of

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And out of these classes, what we do is we teach these classes in two weekends, we take those long drawn out classes, and we bring them all together and compile it into two weekend. So you can do the entire class in two weekends, but there'll be four weekends. In these classes of handler, we started with FCM. And then we did as soon as fifth. And then we did Arabic.

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And now we just completed fifth Adama. And we've done it in two locations in New Jersey and in Washington, DC. And I said Subhanallah coming here to Melbourne, we could have done FIFA. Just last weekend, we just finished the FIFA doll class, I was gonna come here and do FIFA dalot. But we chose to do as soon as silk.

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Why did we choose this, because it's one of the most important things you can ever learn. As soon as for every community member, believe me the difference of opinion, that confusion where people break off and so on, it's because their lack of knowledge of a suit and fit, they don't understand how difference of opinion can happen in Islam. And so that knowledge gives them intelligence, so they won't easily be misguided, they will know what comes first, what comes second, and so on this class inshallah it takes about what we've taken about two or three months to prepare it. So it's not just notes, you actually get a binder that we've made a book that we've made for the students with the

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PowerPoint, and a proper class. And at the end of the two weeks, after a month, there is an examination. And I'm sure that you've been to many articles you've never been examined, and you've lost the benefit of that. But there's an examination. And on top of the examination, when the person does all of these things, they're actually inshallah going to get credit for the class, meaning that it will count to their bachelor's degree in Islamic Studies. And this is accredited firstly by the American Open University. And then secondly, by Al Azhar University. So my hope inshallah, at least in America, is that in those areas where we're doing the classes, at 9100 students, if I can

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graduate 50 students, for example, after, say, 10 years or so on, but in a decade, there will now be 50 azhari graduates in our community, what do you think would happen to the community?

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What would happen to the community, it would explode in Baraka.

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I shouldn't use words like that, right? explode, they will, it will blossom

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in Baraka, because they will be teaching so many other people is upon Allah, we've been doing this, this new program and modem institute that I started for only about a year now. And some people have taken all four courses. And they just last year, they had no chance of studying anywhere sisters, and brothers and so on. And now Subhanallah, I can see the Baraka in their actions, in their words, in their guidance, they're not confused anymore. And we've only done like four courses. And there's about a 40 courses for the whole degree with some heinola, even just a little bit of knowledge. When the person learns it, it makes the whole difference in their life. After each class, I say to

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myself, how long would it take someone to learn this on their own? Like, suppose you said, I don't need you, Brother Mohammed, I don't need this class, I will go and study at my on my own, I say to myself, how long would it take them in the Tafseer class,

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I calculated that a person could never learn it on their own, it's impossible to learn it on their own, the Tafseer class that, that we taught this pseudo fit class, to learn it on your own, I would say it may take you about 15 years to finally figure out and go round and round and round to holidays and so on. And so you would compile this stuff, about 15 years, and that's if you are searching for it.

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And if you're not searching for it, you will never get it. But you're having this opportunity next weekend and the weekend after that inshallah class, but it's a registered class. It's not like this, this free everybody come in with no notes and so on. You're gonna have to have, you're gonna have a notebook, and it's gonna be a proper class inshallah. And so I'm encouraging you, I'm not going to be continuously encouraging, I'm just going to do once or twice, and hamdulillah the class already has about 40 students before I came to Australia, many of you this might be the first time you're hearing about this class, when inshallah tada I hope that you will get those registration forms and

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register for it before we close it up because we may be closing it before the actual class will lock

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in for your attention. May Allah subhanaw taala give us Baraka and the upcoming days and I want to remind everybody to come early in the morning, don't take it for granted. You know, if you want to make sure you come early in the morning, put $100 deposit with the brothers and say if I don't wake up in the morning, then don't

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Give this back to

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Zack sonicwall.

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Okay, the first question it says now Monaco shake. Now it's telling the people that shift and Arabic means old guy. Right? So when someone says an LS to shave right or something like that, they're saying basically, is it when someone says your shifts almost like an insult for us young guys? Yeah. So, so you can call us just by our names are oblivious or Buddha

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says I love you for the sake of Allah. Yes, a

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hamburger Lydia, manner of speeches so optimistic, tolerant and practical Jazakallah fan, it's nice to see a speaker who tries to understand people's circumstances without judging, before condemning at a first glance, that just depends on who you speak to, because some people think I'm condemning, but it's just in a really nice way that I condemn says anyhow shift, how do you reconcile or draw a line between being one tolerant to people's behavior and to not accepting particular actions? Because there are offensive to Islam? I hope you understand. Okay.

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What I understand from the question

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is that on one side,

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a person has to be tolerant to other people, okay. On the other side, they're doing actions that are incorrect, and the person may want to assist in changing that. It's very simple. There's actually the person's asking the question, because there's a misconception we think that

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commanding the good forbidding the evil always has to be in a rough manner. And therefore it's not,

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doesn't correspond or it's not, it doesn't work together with respecting people, which is not true. Because if you look at this into the profits in the long run, and when he corrected people, they would increase in their love for the prophets of Allah honey or something. They would love him more. And when we give Dawa, that people hate us more, when we give down, we're obviously doing something wrong there. And actually, I was going to mention this in the in the speech, but I left it out the province of Alliance and um, when you see his way of giving Dawa, one of the ways and techniques is that one time he kicked a person to give direction, and someone would say you, you don't kick people

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to give down, but this was the province of Milan is and I remember being in the Islamic school, and I found an opportunity to use this dowel technique to kick people. And for those who want, you know, people are asking if I was the boxer guy, the shape of the boxer. I'm not the boxer, but I'm into martial arts. So if you have a problem, we can discuss it, you know, outside.

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But this little boy was sitting in the masjid on his stomach, on his stomach. So I came to the boy, and I kicked him.

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I kicked the boy, not hard, obviously. But I kicked the boy. And I said, Get off your stomach. These are my students right there. In grade two, grade three, the voice stood up with the biggest smile. And he was telling all the other kids brother Muhammad kicked me because he was so happy. But that was my connection to the child. Actually, after this incident, our hearts became attached stronger. But that's an understanding who the profits of the lottery system was. So there won't be a contradiction, unless you're not doing dow correctly. Because if you're doing it correctly, you will correct the people and they will increase in their love for you. And I remember one brother, every

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time I give a football and I make mistakes, he always comes up to me, and he corrects me. You said this wrong. And you said that wrong. But he would always come up to me. And he would always start with a question. Like he would say, I don't know if it was another narration. Did you read in any book? He would say it so sincerely. I know I said it wrong. And I said, No, just tell me which had you book it. And I know I said it wrong. But Subhanallah every time he would do this, you could only love the person more. And had it been like some other people when they give down what they make correct with you said that wrong. The person can only react in an egotistical way, saying that, no,

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I'm not wrong, you're wrong. And then a fight breaks out after that. So again, there shouldn't be a contradiction. If someone knows the Sierra and the son of the prophet SAW the lioness in him in his commanding the good and forbidding evil, which is actually one of the classes that fit the DAO class that I spoke about. It's called guiding to Allah by the book. It's actually doing dowa the way Eliza gel and His Messenger salon I sent him how they gave our how you see the doubt in the Quran and the Sunnah. Why did so many people enter Islam? And what were those techniques? And that's actually what the class was about this question. Second question. It says, What is taqwa?

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and tough what like you'll always see a difference of opinion. People say it's God consciousness or to fear God and there's all this difference of opinion.

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About the English equivalent of tough one.

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But basically,

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as Matt said, it comes from with Clyde like for a person to seek protection. So they're seeking protection from the anger of Eliza. They don't want a loss of data to be angry. So what do they do? What are the bricks that they build up to protect themselves, that wall that they build between them and allows anger, they build those bricks of doing what Allah subhanaw taala commanded them to do, and staying away from that which Allah subhanaw taala forbade and in doing that, they're building those bricks. And that is tough what protecting themselves with what Allah commanded and staying away from one Allah Spano Tata forbid, longtown on him.

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Okay, this question that I think there's another question after it. It's very similar to it.

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It says

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many Muslims, who are able to grasp the Arabic language in context to the Quran, believe they are able to translate Hadith and the Quran without reading clip buzz, I think basically, like without learning knowledge, is this permissible? And what steps should we take to understand the real meaning of the Hadith and Quran or Santa Monica?

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Actually, an interesting point to this, at least in America, there's a lot of people, a lot of youth that want to go overseas and study Arabic. And I would tell them almost that this isn't,

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I would say it's not the path of a student of knowledge.

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Because what is step number one in a student of knowledge is life. It's the Quran is to memorize Quran. So you see, all the kids from us hurt or anything they start off the Quran is the first thing even if they don't understand what they're reading, they memorize the Quran straight nine years old, 10 years old 11. I memorized the Quran when I was 12 years old, 12 to 14. And at that time, I used to think I was too old to memorize the poem because I heard stories of people that were seven and eight, and nine, and so on. And then I realized that I saw all these older people that it wasn't so old, after all, but that was step number one. So anybody who has that idea, I'm going to go overseas

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and study Arabic, I'm telling you change it, and say I'm going to go overseas, live for two years and finish off the Quran memorized the entire Quran. Because the memorization of Quran will lead the person to learn more about Islam, whereas a person learning Arabic could be just as ignorant as all or as many Arabs out there.

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At the same level of ignorance, this person knows Arabic, and this one knows Arabic but they're still ignorant. They don't know what the Quran and Sunnah is saying, because arbic by itself is a tool. It's a key, but someone could learn it and not know where the door is. They might not know how to use the key or where to use it. So you can see people how many people have taken Arabic classes, raise your hand if you've taken Arabic classes, right? Just one guy. I'm sure there's many other hands here, right are the class here are the class there. But it didn't move on to other things. But had you memorize for on if you memorize like the entire put on. And now Tada, we have prayer came

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and you have to lead the prayer. People would ask you fatwas, they would say what's the outcome of like question number two smoking. And then you'll say, Allahu Allah.

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And you keep saying this, and they will keep asking you like you're hotter than you don't know the front, okay? You're caught it and you don't know, these these fat our, and the person will feel embarrassed, they will go on to learn Islam, but go to someone who knows Arabic He will not say anything, he will just be there in the masjid, understanding some things or not understanding other things. So start off with put on you can still in those Arabic classes, if your Arabic atmosphere, you will learn Arabic from the kids that are in the class, and from your teacher, and from the society, you will learn all of that and you can take Arabic classes, no problem, but start off on

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the Quran and work hard on it. Now the question is, are they able to translate put on in Hindi there is a linguistic meaning to those two somethings. So a person doesn't mean because I know there's two sides. One side says that no one has the ability to translate. And on the other side, someone says that any Arab can translate and both are wrong, because there has to be a degree of knowledge.

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Some things a person can be it can be comprehended linguistically, and then it passes the point where it comes in more into terminology, and a person has to understand Shinya in order to understand so on a basic level, they may understand regular things, linguistic things, but then it will move beyond it into 50 issues, but the person can still find something there. So when I was saying that a person should like, just benefit. For example, they go through the other side of hand and so on. They're hearing the words of the Prophet

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Listen, I'm not saying that they go out and get fat to about it, but they get familiar and gain them love and understanding of those things and inshallah to Allah that love and understanding next time the shift says there's a hadith class then the people will be able to say I love the Prophet civilize setup, I've read some of these Hadith and I want to learn more, and here is some guidance in this

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and I'm sure this is like a tabloid issue question. Does it come up a lot questions like that method? No. It doesn't seems like it came up a couple of times. I'm still getting used to the Australian crowd I'm soaking you guys in

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understanding your problems your questions that you ask every shift and inshallah tada

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adjust accordingly would take some time

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this question is saying that last year I missed a few fasting days in Ramadan and I'm not sure how many days I missed I want to make them up.

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In fasting if this person missed a few days will lost out on him. They basically may have a few numbers in their mind they'll say I either missed 12 days or I missed 10 days or I missed six days to be on the safe side fast 12 days if that's like the maximum they know that they missed and they didn't miss like beyond that then just fast 12 days and and you should be okay in sha Allah from the conclusion and a lot of the reason why but the person may have to repent to Allah azza wa jal if they miss those days without knowledge, if they miss those days without excuse, second one it's it's asking about a medicine that contains alcohol and washing it and inshallah tada for this question. I

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know I have my federal that I that I took from Russia, but I'd encourage you, inshallah, to ask personal knowledge that you trust, maybe a chef in your local area, so on and ask them regarding the federa. And if you really sincerely want to ask him about this, you can ask me later on some question about the smoking hot on.

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in Medina University, we had one teacher who used to say that smoking was mcru in Medina University, right, Mohammed Al Motta, in a permanent I mean, the, the the Mufti of Saudi Arabia before she remembers him Allah. So I have a bottle ban his son used to teach us.

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And he used to say that smoking in fact, was not even mcru Shara and he would say he would say and he said, I dislike it, he said, but I don't even say it's monochrome.

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And it was interesting his arguments that he was bringing in, and Subhanallah, as a student actually coming from Canada, we like to hear that kind of debate.

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Because everybody else will say how wrong and here's someone with a difference of opinion, it gives us a chance to understand the two sides and learn more about the issue. And just, instead of us just taking things as like this a dogma, just like shifts on so said, we're not going to question it. But it's actually understanding and this is basically what a sort of is to understand. He was the sort of teacher. Now what I learned later,

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is the arguments basically, that the chef had, the big tobacco companies use the same arguments when they go into court cases. And they start saying, like, you know, smoking is bad for your health. And then they say, well, sugar is bad for your health, too. And there's a PS there, what are you making the PS on the arguments go, but Subhanallah, from from my research, and all the unimat that spoke about it, because of the enormous harm of the smoking, that the helmet comes from that that is not like sugar, and it's not like those other products, but it's much more deadly. And to really understand, you have to read question on a piece of paper like this, to really understand that, how

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harmful it is go to the doctors and ask them what it does to person's body. And in fact, on the on the cigarette package. It has an expiry date before you even purchase it. It said it's already expired, and you're buying something that's just bringing you immense harm. So Hello, we're just talking me and a brother about marketing and how you know the the system pumps things that aren't beneficial to the people. And one of these things is smoking. What benefit does smoking do for a person? Absolutely nothing. There's no benefit at all. And if someone you can imagine them discussing, how are we going to sell these things to the people. They'll say it smells bad, it

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tastes bad. And even someone who smoked for the first time, they'll smoke, there's nothing to it. They said how are we going to do it? We're going to manipulate them. We're going to put cigarettes in really cool commercials, people smoking a big camel smoking a cigarette and everybody in children's comic books and so on. And then they will buy it and they will get it

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addicted, and then there will be this nicotine and so on, that will cause the people to come. So there's absolutely no benefit in it. And inshallah, if someone is addicted to it may allow us, to protect them and help them to get out of the sickness and it's our duty inshallah to to guide those people and to help them come out of it. It's not just about condemning someone, but it's actually working to, to help them come out of the addiction. And if you look at the people that are working in saving people from addiction are who, who are those people, the Christians. And where did they learn that? They learned that from their Deen from because they had an Akita. And this is actually

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this was I was going to give the clip about this, that it should be Muslims that actually go out, someone's an alcoholic, we're the ones who take care of them, and help them to come away because we know alcohol has caught on. It's not that we just push someone away. We'll say you're an alcoholic, but we tell them we will help you so that you're able to get away you're actually able to do Toba and we will assist you in this. You're addicted to drugs. We will help you come away from this because it's hard for us and we want this is in Cardamom cup is not just about talking as the first question asked, it's not just about speaking about it, but it's actually doing action to making sure

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that monka comes down.

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Next question a lot on on. The next question is saying that which book of Heidi speaks about I shall de la Honda and the province of the lightest cinema when they were racing? The exact howdy they don't have with me, but inshallah we can look it up. Or you can ask some of the Misha who might know.

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Second question

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says, what do you do if you find to Heidi, opposite in meaning, for example, where to put one's hand after record? record? It's not actually to Hadeeth, opposite and meaning. But there's actually difference of opinions of the scholars based on a hadith which aren't directly speaking about where to put the hands after record? And actually the answer to this question, how do you understand to Heidi?

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The answer to it is the sort of fit class, I'm telling you directly, no shortcuts here. The answer to that question is in this sort of fit class, at the end of a soul fit class, this question will not confuse you anymore. You will now know what to do when to come? And how is it possible that the two could possibly conflict? And how to resolve that? And how do the scholars resolve it? And what then when you go back to the scholars, and I'll just give you this, this new phenomenon that's happening the internet, the superhighway, right? Information highway, there's so many I can give you any federal law, and you type in the federal on the internet, and you will get five more different

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fatwas. And then you will come back to me and say, How do we know we're supposed to trust you? There's websites on so that says this, and another website that says that, and a third website that says something off in Australia, somewhere really far or something like that, you'll have other opinions. So you know what I'll say back to you say I can't force you. This is the opinion that I understand. But you have to be you have to be a minimum of D.

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You actually have to out in the day and age that we're living in, you have to have the tools yourself to understand who is telling the truth and who is not. You have to you will need to do first aid on yourself. Because that can't force you. Another shape can force you and so on and so forth, you're going to have to determine how do you determine it, at the very least, that those sort of fit principles are principles and intelligence. So the next time someone comes up and tells you something so far away, in Australia, and so on, you'll know it immediately. And you will have some principles, at least to God, you're not saying you won't be you can't be misguided. It may happen,

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but inshallah tada you still have those tools. I call it the first aid kit is what we're teaching the people.

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Question is saying

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is it advisable for us to strictly follow a method if we haven't gotten knowledge of the sciences such as Arabic to see a hadith and so on?

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I remember a brother, some person was strictly following a method told him some opinion. And he was very tough on him. He said, this is our method, and this is the opinion we have to follow. And so this brother he was he was so turned off by that and he says I don't want to follow any human being I want to go directly back to the Quran and Sunnah. So he came to me and he said, I want you to pick this book off the shelf and show me where it says such and such. And then I'll say look, Brother, you know, you're not even like he wanted to learn the definition of I think legit

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He wanted to look it up in the Arabic standard dictionary. And I told them, Look, brother, this is a Sharia issue, you need to look it up in the books of fic. He said, I don't want to hear you. Don't tell me, just get me the dictionary and show me. And then I said, you won't find it in the dictionary. And he just wouldn't listen to me. And then I said, You know what, get it yourself.

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Go find the dictionary on the on the shelf, you can tell where it is, you still need another person in between.

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So even though he's saying that I don't want to listen to anybody, he still needs help in there. There is that help. So we're not going to too extreme, some person says that we have to follow only these human beings and not listen to anything else. On the other side, someone may say we don't follow anyone except our minds. It's a balance between the two. It's a balance. And for a lay person army. As they say, alarm me Madhava, who met her woman after that the army, the lay person, their method is the method of the person of knowledge in front of them. You don't need to choose a method by yourself. You find someone a person of knowledge

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that you trust, you've learned, as soon as you learn some little things, you're gaining strength on your own. But when it comes to the federal, even my Federalists here, none of these photos I'm making.

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And they're not even based on my own reading, what I would do is I'd find them fatwah hear it from the machete, or I might read it upon myself go to the shoe, and then ask them is my understanding. Correct? So they'll say yes, your understanding is correct. Or they'll say no, your understanding is wrong. It's this and this and that, then when I come to you and speak, I'm actually even though I'm not saying the names of those shoe, I'm still quoting them in my mind, and their names are coming up, their faces are even coming up in my mind as I'm speaking to you. And I'm still basing it on them. Because on the Day of Judgment, you're going to come and ask me, you know, smoking or this and

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that, why did you do this? Why did you say it? I'm not gonna go to Hellfire for you? I don't you know, you're from Australia, and so it's not gonna mess up the hereafter. For this. What I would say is that this isn't a man lost paradise, trust me with and I'm basing it on, these are llama.

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So the question then goes to them, where did you get it from? And those are llama, I'm sure didn't make it up themselves either. They also have people that they learn from, and it keeps going back like that, that is our tradition of Islam, that we take it from our LMS we learn things even though we have the books, those books are written by Ana mat and those are the men are still there and inshallah tada that we want to enliven that and bring up more people of knowledge.

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A lot of time.

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This question is saying, I want to learn how to eat Can you tell me where to start from?

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Like you said earlier, my advice is actually that you start from Quran that he tried to find an Arabic put on class, and start memorizing Quran in that class, and inshallah tada that love that you will gain as you memorize put on will move you on to important things.

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Moving on to a hadith and learning Arabic and so on. It'll strengthen you inshallah, because it's always with you, that memorization of the Quran.

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Where to start from actually, like I said earlier, a lot of these lectures that are almost like entertainment, no one taking notes, people forgetting what I say.

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I found that now I have a solution. That is not just telling people go out there somewhere and study, but we actually have a solution to move the people on to my solution and you can have other solutions. I'm not saying it's the only solution. But my solution is that these classes that we're teaching, and then Meldrum Institute, that we're actually taking that university level of course, and giving the person a place to start. So the person would take as sort of a class for example, gain an enormous amount of information and then they may say you know, the weekends were too quick. I want to take it smoothly. Then they'll go back to the local Masjid and join a put on Hanukkah

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look, go back to the local mention and join Heidi joined hepsia they can continue on after that. But this is like our jumpstart to get the people back into that focus and taste the sweetness of knowledge and so on.

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This question is asked about the characteristic that the province of ally cinnamon was described with with

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my mother

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and I won't go into detail with it actually, I don't have it in front of me because it's a very

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Very strong linguistic statement very even hard to translate. But I will turn you to a book that that has this in it and it's called Shema, edited, meaty, which are

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characteristics of the prophets of Atlantis and compiles different things what the prophet symbolize them look like how he acted and so on. And this book for Arabic speakers, there's

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an Arabic summarization of it by Mohammed amin xeno,

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which is like a summary of the Shema, edited meeting. And I believe in English that you can find it translated in English, Shema editing MIDI and a lot of data item D.

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The man had in Virginia,

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in Virginia in the US, they've printed it out in English, I'm not sure where else it's available, but I know that they have an English copy of that summary of how Jimmy's you know, so it's called chameleon attend meeting.

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This question was

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just saying that it might be. And I was thinking that there might be may have been a mistake in the name of the Companion of the lion and that story that I sent in the beginning, 3d environment in Germany, or the Longhorn, who the companion that was being killed, we need to look up inshallah, who that companion was, and inshallah Tata will tell you exactly the name of that companion. So find that.

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This is a interesting question. It's asking about

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as a Muslim, can we buy a home or a car on interest? If yes, what is the delete the logic behind this? Please explain and why Islamic scholars are permitting this, please please answer in detail. It's interesting because the person asked, you know, again, and again for me to answer in detail.

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And I'm not going to answer in detail. But what I'm going to say is, number one, can a person use interest interest is hot on we know that we know what's wrong. And I don't think any scholar says straight out that interest is hella. There's almost like another way that happens here or there a law item we may not agree with with those ways. But the question basically is a misunderstanding of how a difference of opinion comes to be. Remember what I said that one opinion will be in the US one will be in the Middle East, and one will be in Australia. And you yourself, this is a prime example of this will be confused, because you will hear both parties at the you know, very knowledgeable

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scholars, and you won't know and you have to make a decision for yourself. Because I can't force you any shift can force you, you have to know on your own and have some tools to decide for yourself who is closer to the truth. So what is the solution to that? I'm telling you sincerely inshallah, that that sort of fit class that we're speaking about will give you those tools. So that the next time someone says something like this, that you know taking interest is helpful, or so on. And then the leads come into play and a person's mentioning things, you will have some tools to understand in their life. The person really really wants to know and wants to get out of that confusion, that

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inshallah Tada, they will find something for them. inshallah, that's the end of the questions here.

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subhanak Allahumma, communica, Laila,

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a lot.

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What you're doing

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in the yellow Bobby

Allah the Exalted, Most Glorious, sent the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as the final Messenger to the whole of Mankind. Allah the Almighty endowed the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) with an exalted standard of character and set his life as a complete guidance for mankind to follow.

Allah the Almighty makes this clear in His final revelation to mankind the Qur’an: “Indeed in the Messenger of Allah (Muhammad) you have a good example to follow for him who hopes for (the Meeting with) Allah and the Last Day, and remembers Allah much.” [Al-Ahzab, 33:21]

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