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Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

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The Methodology of Imam Bukhari

One of the most respected scholars in the UK, Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari, talks about one of the most respected Imams in Islam – Imam Bukhari.

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To begin

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to begin the conference

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and your

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privilege to be here with you today

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in the city

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lesson

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in another country

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English

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I know that you really have

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to take

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so

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long

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we have a very important topic

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and the attention requires a lot of attention, the methodology of one of the great events of this

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award winner

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is book

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addresses

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a lot

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of unique religions.

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One of the specific aspects of this religion of oma, the quality of the messenger

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One of the unique characteristics, one of the unique features

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is the feature of walking.

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Know, it's not basically the change of condition, in other words,

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information and knowledge that is transmitted,

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transmitted, and observed and protected and

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not just the book of

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know

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that activity preserved, transmitted through multiple

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groups and groups of people have been arranged

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through the generations So today, I want to support in other

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books

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not just the

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text, but even the statements that have been the traditions and duration of the lecture.

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protective of reserves in such a way that it's unique if you don't find this example, anywhere,

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where my new details have been preserved and protected. And the reason for that is because along

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with this guarantee,

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indeed we have revealed the thick of the message key messages.

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We will protect it with reveal with regard to you will have the vehicle is the book of law.

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But it's not only restricted to the book.

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It's only restricted to the book of law, anything that

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claims the Coca Cola is also included in this program. When our taste when we have revealed this message to the Coca Cola, the holy war is preserved, protected, safeguarded by any any change or any alteration,

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or restricted. goes beyond that it goes to the

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peace and blessings be upon him because Allah says to the Messenger of Allah will end

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To the same thing

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we reveal the message to you, we will protect it and then reveal the message to you.

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So, are you Oh message Oh,

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you explain to the people. So the preservation of the order is dependent. It depends on the explanation

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of the message.

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So, therefore,

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to protect the message in the book, The Parana as well as the heavy, traditional material.

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And therefore, we have this unique aspect of what we call it's not it's not in its own its

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own specific characteristic of the oma, no other.

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German known by Dr. Springer, he actually worked

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in the 1970s. And he said after researching

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after researching and looking at the prophetic,

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he said the Muslims have this unique time. It's so unique and the fact that you're talking about the size of a record.

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Because what happens when the heavy is protected, we have this chain of transmission. So now from the US to the rescue.

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We have we have every single narrator, the companion

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students

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will have students all the way to the final person, every single director, reporter, their life account their biography, where they were born, when they passed away. When they passed away, who is the Bible, the students who the teachers was, how the capsule was, how old they were, what do you how do you do today

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I'm giving examples of

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basic aspects of life is preserved, you can have a library of books on

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critical analysis

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have 1000s this oriental

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Muslim has such have invented such a unique that no other community, no other religion or faith, no one in history has ever been able to invent it.

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And nobody will ever be able to invent something so unique.

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Where they have preserved the life

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of

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the individual.

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Right, books written alphabetical order.

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You find the golden

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tickets. And we have this unique feature

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version of the prophetic statement and for the heavy guns, how many individual unique people over one of the great, unique individual that Alabama has been blessed with is someone by the name of

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emerged and

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a unique a unique individual.

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But he was a very unique individual.

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Right, that is me. Here's a book

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that has got the name of the book. The author David bullying was a Black Desert.

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His name was actually just

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handed me

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there's actually quite a few emails that they receive.

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And Ghoulia

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was famously 183

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Hola.

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Name of his son was up the wall which he made him on the name of his father and that particular

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product

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attribute

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actually describing and he was so anyway

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he

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was very sad

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You know?

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And not

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and not

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even

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Yo, yo, yo,

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yo,

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if anybody has any right to be proud of

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me if anybody has been raised with anybody that you pick up because of the language of the book of Allah the language of gentlemen.

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But then you can't go straight, but nobody

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Do we have

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a non

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Muslim, our

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respecting and

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accept his superiority is a great thing. So anyway, this is a void in one

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paradigm actually you can tell he

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created him for the presentation of this happy hour

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with him to

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try to memorize it. Even from a young age, you can even say that.

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You're the

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young

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individual very sharp.

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Like

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he was very young. He was one. He was really

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one of the happiest of our time a great scholar and he loved us.

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910 11 1000

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is a young age when he was a teenager, when he was a teenager. Imagine he memorized 17,000

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teenagers

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zero 1000. And when we say ID not just

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a text, a lot of the chain chain.

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Imagine 70 60,000. So you're

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less than one.

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And he has memorized many. So when he was teaching when he says that, you know there's a heavy thing

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from this

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lesson from

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from

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from Ibrahim

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is as

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you say, narrated related from Ibrahim and

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as far as I know, never saw

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him

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talking about

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Noah, just go check your original documents. They will try to do

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your work. By

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the way. What do you think is actually the correct version is

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it

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was inspired. He memorized me as he was getting

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ready is amazing. I wrote

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a very simple

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example. He was five, six years of age.

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He had a brother his mother mother was a great role in his upbringing and his

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position in

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getting away with his mother

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Young,

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and the young son, his other brother, after his mother and

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a 16

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hour

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break,

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he actually stated he memorized history. And after that he actually traveled to Bangkok.

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And then he went to places like Syria,

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Jordan,

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and Egypt. And he traveled

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7000.

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Despite right, this great connection, and that's what we're going to talk about, it's great book that we have

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a soft focus.

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This book is known to be this is what the book a

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book after the book of Allah?

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What is this book called?

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Okay.

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Anybody

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that went to college?

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You know,

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this is a

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famous book, The title of the book is an

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otaku.

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That's the real name of this book. This book is

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a journey.

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A comprehensive,

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every, like part of this title is white.

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Because it's comprehensive,

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comprehensive topics, and Muslim based on continuous change

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the short version, which means it's a very short

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it's not like a comprehensive collection, because

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I've left 1000s of it.

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But I didn't know

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anything.

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The whole thing is not to say that I have left 1000s of

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points

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based on some criteria,

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and the methodology.

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But anyway, whatever he did to his book, he was very strict, very strange, very, very strange. He went, What do you teach him how to be

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an email?

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Teacher, one, students said, I wish that somebody knows

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how good would it be, if you would have a small collection of

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collections,

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but the other one like mixed with

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the

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mixture. So he goes, this was intention to compile a book, a collection, that only has the heavy days of the last year of a lot people that are also in that time, there was a connection, that had a mixture of authentic.

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So he

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inspired him, the teacher told him, I want I would like to have a collection of ideas, that is authentic and extreme, as a new actor, that is a document that he says itself, he actually saw a dream in which he was actually he saw that

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he had an eye for like, you know, a time that you were

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waiting is

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kind of protecting and

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protecting you from like the size and things like that. Yes, it was great in terms of the time, and he said, the meaning of this.

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You will protect you will defend the messenger, messenger of life. He says, because of this, because of this effect.

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It really is quite easy to sort of Route and collect

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70,000 people already so now what is he doing? He's already memorized them, but from his memory books collection memorize,

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written

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enough is carefully

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Connecting choosing and editing is choosing which hobbies to include

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into this consolidation journey

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and how we did that

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methodology extreme condition, because he wants to only include the only insert in his collection, low level authentic

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to the extreme level

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some other

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that I

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got this book from 600,000, honey, nothing this version

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600,000 from that I gathered in 16 years

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approximately, you know the number of honey

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is about 7250 depends with different people have numbered them in different ways from say about 1000 approximately 7250, right from 600.

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And some said that was 16 years

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ago.

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This is the United States the model owner, he was very, very, very cautious. He actually went to the extreme that his story the world he includes in his book is authentic

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to the extreme

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extreme, any possible means that you have any possible means that you have to show that the heavy that comes in my book is authentic refers to the authenticated user

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that maybe 99 point 99% of it is authentic. But what is maybe not

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even a

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doubt.

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This is an extreme

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extreme

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that was very effective in the extreme

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to the root of the narration from every angle possible. Right.

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He will not include the physical condition.

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And that's why the

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one time you want to collect ahead

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of his time, the shape of honey

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collected.

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He was dead outside the house with a horse. his horse had Run away, run away from him.

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And he really didn't have it and the horse came back and

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just wanted to call this

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take it from you.

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One

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woman and her son was a

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soldier and he said, Do you really have faith? She said yes.

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If you did, you became a great singer.

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All forms of life. All forms of life, whether it's written form, whether it's a full form certificate, forgery certificate, whether it's misinformation, misrepresentation, of testimony, over exaggeration of events.

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But anyway, that's an extreme condition, where you will show you will ensure that the heavy of the message

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is

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very stringent condition. There is a lot of detail that we have time to go into the details of like for

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example, suppose that you realize

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How would you act as the devil this

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individual

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in connecting

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how the content is

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actually

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used

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to work, you actually

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do the job, because he was so engrossed in studying

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this

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from 600,000 he has gathered is collected in editing, how many 7252 insert in his book, right? Now you have

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like what conditions, for example was one of the things is methodology, you don't have,

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like the reports of any level, you have different levels of reports and you have one level level of reporting.

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Known as those reporters who have two qualities we have a we have both,

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they are absolutely zero absolute level of perfection in terms of the memory, the precision, the level of preservation that amazing memory power, they cannot be mistake.

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Number two, the second quality

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which means that they stay in the company of the teacher for

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right.

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We have level number one. Number one, those reporters that are what's the quality or we have to deal with

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that very powerful in the memory economical in the

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fitness, industry verticals

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are not competitive with the future, I might have the memory power.

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One day with a

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mistake, even though I am really sharp in the rain,

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you have another level second level of those marriages who

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the opposite.

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Level is imposed idle.

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Power is amazing, as well as non competitive. I have a very sharp

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example that I have memory power right after.

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But I stay with it for years. Traveling all the time, there's less chance of if you take

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the two most important,

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very sharp, but that's companionship. Right The first level is very sharp non companionship, level two is

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sharp.

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Number three is opposite. Lost companionship, but not as sharp and not that the ticket. Number four is not even meticulous not even companionship. And number five is like absolute

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mistakes, unknown people who are very like

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his methodology in his book is that he only took narrations from reporters from the first and when he did take some of the second level was such an additional support additional

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Medina, America American individual wants

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to marry

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a man.

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He has two categories of students. Yet some students who stay

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go to Apple tomorrow to Russia all night traveling all the time to study with him. Like

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some students discover a date

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and then come back for the game to share.

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hours.

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A student who studied with a sharp knife for 10 years and is

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happy to pass by now. These are both students

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in the shop, they both have what we call a very strong level of memory and precision and being meticulous.

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It will only take those students up to stage 46789

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Contrary to the second most authentic Muslim who actually took

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this is one of the methodologies and then he has so many things

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he has reported you have a reporter and

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he goes so deep in his meticulous nature and methodology

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he takes a heavy for one one reporter

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the reporter attention is very

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very important

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he sometimes when this reporter

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here reporter, he has

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to go here's another

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reporter, the same report directly from one teacher

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reporting from another teacher

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because it was so deep and he knows that he can be trusted with a great teacher, but he cannot

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be like was when he

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when he was when he was in Trinidad, so anything that he learned

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right

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now

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that you know the custom fields the either you know the culture you know, you're reporting on the Muslims you know the culture of the listeners, you know how they are when you take the reporter

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journalist you don't know the culture you don't know the background

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you don't know the ins and outs of that culture if you're not living in a culture right.

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Anyway after all of this going to the depth to the root of every single

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binary nobody will do activity. So the ticket is methodology finance

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that love was hard to deal with

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after having done all of this

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absolutely

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you know, we have the definition of authentic How do you come through a solid solid absolute continuous chain

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around you every single report is extremely effective

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right, every single one is very precise and the preservation very sharp and intellectual level. And then the other conditions above

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all of that

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is that murder was not to be

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done. I never placed any honey in my book, I never included it

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in my book accept

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for everything that happened

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to

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me

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before

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I was ready to rock

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to look at price. We all like to talk about his lecture goal it no preacher.

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Right and

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this is this is a mathematic, even after lecture

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before leaving the home

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to

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make peace with you and keep the peace

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and the next part and make me happy.

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And

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that is

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it was

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animated.

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I have a question

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all day today.

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You know, you don't even need to do this.

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After

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every single day

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I asked you

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asking, requesting seeking blessings from God basically,

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you will go work you will study.

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Right, you will come anyway

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related to marriage. So anyway,

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on to the title. And I was not absolutely convinced

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that this

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is not include it in my book, this is a

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40,500

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a week escape days to three days

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when we have the book behind,

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you know, it's very easy for us to, but that's a sacrifice

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in order to bring the book to us, it was very, very, very difficult.

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So, basically, the philosophy of this

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method

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to the absolute extreme, in order to ensure the authenticity of what he is doing in his book journey on Muslim

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countries what we see today,

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right, I mean, we are not

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exaggeration when we arrived.

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On the internet forums, we hear things

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in order for you to be a coder

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in

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our

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information,

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in which activities should stay easy

00:37:57--> 00:37:58

and cheap.

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Verify its authenticity. Don't just relay the mission without getting to the bottom of it. Ensure that this information is correct. Before you pass it on, before you write it. Before you message.

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Nobody knows who you are, every baby is every

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you know, everybody is a female.

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We commit

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some ridiculous things that you would never commit if people knew who you are.

00:38:48--> 00:38:51

Which, you know, we know we are like

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we are we know that.

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We know this misinformation we know

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behind the screen in a virtual world where nobody knows you. And you don't even realize you're in this world using

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Facebook and Twitter wherever you are.

00:39:14--> 00:39:16

Do you switch off the machine?

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Then you realize

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that's the

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growth like on forums and Facebook

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the word via which can be realized in a way this virtual

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wasting of time. So this applies to us as well.

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And

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this machine of brainwashing of mind control of being accurate, but the issue is learning the lessons of

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you

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My question is do they really want

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to medium media

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now we have

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so many recent statements

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were made showing me all the different programs and ami taking me out of the program

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the main channel

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we have on the program

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today

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have you wanted it

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to be a common

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capital portion you will

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see the profit of

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character assassination starting with the Prophet every single prophet

00:41:19--> 00:41:23

when you do something positive in the community really good people don't like it.

00:41:25--> 00:41:27

Those who are jealous they don't like it.

00:41:30--> 00:41:31

Okay, yeah, he's expensive

00:41:33--> 00:41:38

because we have to regroup. You don't know you don't realize today here's the complete

00:41:39--> 00:41:50

story of the people the white black or the red. Right and this is this is the idea of divide and conquer. So all the different misinformation

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coming in

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that's the major you're cutting and pasting

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the key is so much good. But they will

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they will take part from here

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if you cut and paste you can see in the

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top right

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exactly same thing another place

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to pray

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to God

00:42:36--> 00:42:36

when

00:42:39--> 00:42:42

you take things out of context you can take for granted don't

00:42:47--> 00:42:51

want to be those people who are going

00:42:53--> 00:42:55

to be those people

00:42:58--> 00:42:59

because

00:43:00--> 00:43:01

the people pray

00:43:12--> 00:43:12

Jesus

00:43:16--> 00:43:16

right.

00:43:22--> 00:43:22

JOHN,

00:43:23--> 00:43:25

this Australian left

00:43:28--> 00:43:30

talks about ways you can

00:43:32--> 00:43:36

be critical of the foreign policy of the West and the United States of America and Britain. Okay.

00:43:38--> 00:43:40

Something which I saw yesterday

00:43:41--> 00:43:53

you know, during the Cold War, a group of Russian Germans toward the United States on the final day of the visit After touring the American spokesman

00:43:54--> 00:43:57

when he was impressed impression is that I have to tell them

00:43:59--> 00:44:02

twice to find actual danger in your country.

00:44:03--> 00:44:11

Every single newspaper every single channel TV or radio channel, station, every media outlet

00:44:14--> 00:44:15

the opinions on

00:44:19--> 00:44:21

how to get this result in our country.

00:44:23--> 00:44:24

We We

00:44:25--> 00:44:26

even have to do

00:44:30--> 00:44:32

the media propaganda

00:44:33--> 00:44:34

machine

00:44:39--> 00:44:53

you know the same message 24 hours a day. Now we have the usual style and tone for every single hour of the same message being given something even if you don't believe it in the beginning.

00:44:57--> 00:44:59

You know, this is this is something that even if you don't

00:45:00--> 00:45:00

You know,

00:45:04--> 00:45:05

American soldiers,

00:45:07--> 00:45:07

when

00:45:08--> 00:45:14

it comes to propagating the communist message, they found out that they were both

00:45:15--> 00:45:16

Russian and Chinese.

00:45:18--> 00:45:18

And they

00:45:21--> 00:45:23

because, and this

00:45:25--> 00:45:29

is for that there was no work upon I repetition, and they

00:45:31--> 00:45:33

take it out.

00:45:37--> 00:45:38

group

00:45:39--> 00:45:39

they

00:45:43--> 00:45:44

they have extreme women,

00:45:46--> 00:45:47

they, you know, they have

00:45:52--> 00:45:55

been given even those people who are

00:45:56--> 00:45:57

good people.

00:45:59--> 00:46:00

And that's how,

00:46:06--> 00:46:08

you know, that's what happens.

00:46:09--> 00:46:11

advertisements and marketing every day

00:46:15--> 00:46:16

our

00:46:17--> 00:46:18

channel

00:46:32--> 00:46:33

choose

00:46:45--> 00:46:46

the corporate world

00:46:49--> 00:46:50

same messages.

00:46:53--> 00:46:54

You know, in the past,

00:46:55--> 00:46:58

the prime, the British Prime Minister at that time,

00:47:02--> 00:47:14

he actually had a private chat with the editor of The Guardian. And he said, he said, if people knew the truth, the war, the war would end tomorrow. But you know, what we cannot do?

00:47:16--> 00:47:18

This is the prime minister of Britain.

00:47:20--> 00:47:23

Okay, and was he good, he actually invented the

00:47:25--> 00:47:47

documents documentary, documentary, the whole, you know, he says, that he actually invented it was invented this term of his religion. And then the intelligence manipulation of the masses is the invisible government, which is the true ruling power in this country.

00:47:53--> 00:48:00

Which is the chewing party. This is the invisible party, the intelligence manipulation of the masses.

00:48:06--> 00:48:08

Getting the same message

00:48:15--> 00:48:15

up here.

00:48:20--> 00:48:24

Hello, everyone. Today, I want to tell you the most powerful

00:48:27--> 00:48:45

English every single our most powerful man in the world, the most powerful man in the country, the most powerful man doing it, the most powerful man, the African Kenyan man. You know, we time is the most popular in the world. You start reading

00:48:47--> 00:48:48

messages after messages.

00:48:51--> 00:48:51

And that's

00:48:53--> 00:48:54

generally good.

00:48:56--> 00:48:57

Okay, so anyway, this

00:49:04--> 00:49:05

is just crazy.

00:49:08--> 00:49:12

stuff, you may have the right to have a straw man fallacy.

00:49:21--> 00:49:22

Those of you who don't know

00:49:23--> 00:49:28

is when you record this record key points if I have a position, right?

00:49:34--> 00:49:36

video, right? He wants to refute the

00:49:38--> 00:49:38

position.

00:49:40--> 00:49:49

He takes my position out of context, and he changes the original position and he refused the attacks.

00:49:50--> 00:49:55

That position which is not really mind it's a distorted version of opposition.

00:50:01--> 00:50:02

Talking you're looking

00:50:04--> 00:50:05

at a really

00:50:10--> 00:50:16

great example of solidarity and standing up against all these different groups whenever there was the

00:50:17--> 00:50:21

defeat of it and Jewish fit into the standard

00:50:28--> 00:50:31

publication and fabrication under false

00:50:41--> 00:50:41

to be

00:50:50--> 00:50:56

of support, but this is like one of the things they said and this will

00:50:57--> 00:50:58

say something.

00:51:03--> 00:51:04

Okay.

00:51:10--> 00:51:11

Okay.

00:51:13--> 00:51:15

For example, that

00:51:16--> 00:51:24

we should, we should be more generous, we should get a lot of money out to the pool. So, the other person's argument, you will take

00:51:26--> 00:51:29

it all the way out if you can handle it

00:51:34--> 00:51:38

be more changeable because the second person refuting

00:51:39--> 00:51:46

his position distorted his position changing the chart to

00:51:48--> 00:51:51

now, that's an example of taking things out of context.

00:51:55--> 00:51:59

For example, it's just an example, about a solid pillow. And, you know,

00:52:01--> 00:52:13

it's an Islamic State, this is a theoretical hypothetical argument in Islamic state of existence, somebody bad woman, anyone with economic conditions, if they were to

00:52:14--> 00:52:16

be face to face, it was

00:52:20--> 00:52:24

a lot in this country, this country. We don't want this in this country, we live in this country

00:52:26--> 00:52:30

to pay which we don't have, we don't need, we don't have it, but it's a word

00:52:32--> 00:52:32

of caution

00:52:36--> 00:52:39

to go against the conditions of the

00:52:40--> 00:52:40

law

00:52:42--> 00:52:44

professors are sponsoring the

00:52:49--> 00:52:51

academic field discussion

00:52:52--> 00:52:53

and you know, what they said

00:52:54--> 00:53:02

he called to be called for women to be stoned to death in this country, this going cost

00:53:15--> 00:53:22

of goods and you only pick the 2% that you want to use an argument against champion you know,

00:53:24--> 00:53:27

people are like that, but they're not right. So,

00:53:29--> 00:53:30

you know, the

00:53:33--> 00:53:35

documentary, they went to so many

00:53:37--> 00:53:41

So, many different places, they have to see 90% of stuff which could

00:53:43--> 00:53:44

be could be

00:53:46--> 00:53:47

you know, could

00:53:50--> 00:53:54

be things all the time, but one thing that's

00:53:55--> 00:53:57

out context taking

00:53:58--> 00:54:01

place in this is an extremely violent hate

00:54:03--> 00:54:05

speech, right. Finally,

00:54:07--> 00:54:08

what can we do?

00:54:09--> 00:54:11

We have to know we have responsibility.

00:54:13--> 00:54:20

We people to know we, we are letting other people define who we are.

00:54:21--> 00:54:23

We are letting other people define who we are

00:54:24--> 00:54:25

the media

00:54:28--> 00:54:29

they are targeting us

00:54:36--> 00:54:39

under the difference between actually

00:54:40--> 00:54:42

having a conservative view

00:54:48--> 00:54:55

in the field, the ultimate conference coming up, and they've invited a preacher unless

00:54:56--> 00:54:59

your violence or whatever to home to extreme

00:55:00--> 00:55:00

Is

00:55:02--> 00:55:08

the time that the very idea has to be challenged because I

00:55:10--> 00:55:15

actually put disclaimers on my website he actually said he put

00:55:18--> 00:55:20

that into the job

00:55:22--> 00:55:30

done okay. The very idea has to be challenged in other words, if you are a Muslim and you believe that homosexuality is unlawful

00:55:31--> 00:55:34

then you are an extremist violence

00:55:42--> 00:55:42

if

00:55:45--> 00:55:46

we don't know

00:55:47--> 00:55:48

whether

00:55:51--> 00:55:52

premarital sex is dead

00:55:58--> 00:55:58

not

00:56:04--> 00:56:05

afraid we don't hate

00:56:06--> 00:56:07

we don't hate

00:56:11--> 00:56:11

a man

00:56:13--> 00:56:13

or woman

00:56:19--> 00:56:27

the viewpoint that if you're not allowed in my religion even ask the Orthodox Christians and the Jews

00:56:28--> 00:56:29

we can do that

00:56:34--> 00:56:36

even Orthodox Christians and the Jews

00:56:37--> 00:56:38

hold the same position

00:56:44--> 00:56:45

just

00:56:49--> 00:56:51

because the media itself you know the

00:56:56--> 00:56:56

idea

00:57:08--> 00:57:11

your every YouTube channel

00:57:13--> 00:57:14

ever you will want to know you

00:57:20--> 00:57:21

because you've come from

00:57:41--> 00:57:41

right.

00:57:51--> 00:57:58

We have a duty we have responsibility for the system, we have a duty, we are letting people define who we are.

00:57:59--> 00:58:01

We don't feel guilty.

00:58:05--> 00:58:18

One of the main things that we talk about but in our action in our interaction in our behavior in our chapter and it is not just like trying to hide something it is the truth.

00:58:20--> 00:58:21

We're not doing like okay

00:58:24--> 00:58:24

know

00:58:29--> 00:58:30

your name

00:58:33--> 00:58:36

this country has a lot of good people, the vast majority

00:58:37--> 00:58:39

you know you have friends

00:58:40--> 00:58:43

but the problem is again when messages are given

00:58:51--> 00:58:57

good characteristics and attributes, not people in this country they have

00:59:00--> 00:59:00

to do

00:59:03--> 00:59:06

it for offices, we have a very good relationship

00:59:07--> 00:59:08

today in the morning,

00:59:21--> 00:59:29

good people, and he actually he told me if I was just to watch the video that I will be taking that you

00:59:31--> 00:59:33

you're probably related to the

00:59:41--> 00:59:42

physical as much as you can do.

00:59:44--> 00:59:47

We have to we don't have we don't have

00:59:50--> 01:00:00

so we do have other channels have a method that we have a very effective means Facebook and YouTube have given a very effective

01:00:00--> 01:00:00

Get

01:00:02--> 01:00:02

Facebook

01:00:03--> 01:00:04

local things

01:00:06--> 01:00:06

that

01:00:08--> 01:00:12

they say that more people watch videos on YouTube that they actually watch sometimes

01:00:14--> 01:00:22

people watch television programs on YouTube, right? So effective way of preaching, whatever you have here knowledge preaching, if you don't

01:00:24--> 01:00:26

have the knowledge, how to support

01:00:30--> 01:00:42

corporations, media outlets make phone calls show you know not in a polite way to show your options and you know, show discuss the

01:00:43--> 01:00:47

face of people and just

01:00:49--> 01:00:53

to be happy to do something because it's just sitting back and watching

01:00:55--> 01:00:56

today both had to

01:01:01--> 01:01:03

keep calm today. Thanks very much