The Methodology of Imam Bukhari & Lessons for Media

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so you don't have to know.

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How are you sweetie? Okay, so, anyway,

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we have a very important topic, very title, and I need your attention. It requires a lot of attention. The methodology of one of the great Imams of this former imam of large villa harmony, this line of Ojai is book and what we can learn as lessons from.

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Allah subhanho data has blessed us with a unique religion, our mood and our creative.

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One of the specific aspects of this religion of this OMA, the followers of the messenger SallAllahu Ascendance, one of the unique characteristics, one of the unique features

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is the feature of what we call is nothing. If you don't know what it's not if it's not basically means the chains of transmission. In other words,

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information and knowledge that is transmitted from the messengers of Allah are in the center, being transmitted and being preserved and protected and transmitted. So today, not just the book of Allah the Quran we know that Muslims we all know that the Quran is absolutely preserved it's been narrated, transmitted through multiple chains of transmission 1000s of people groups and groups of people have been erased, spoke of Allah for the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam through the generations until today, and not just the Quran. In other feats, you can't even see that with that sacred books, Islam and this almost the Messenger of Allah, not just the book of Allah, take the

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text, but even the statements that hadith the tradition that are the relations of the last year or the last year a lot of content protected and preserved in such a way that it's unique if you don't find this example anyway, where my new details have been preserved and protected. And the reason for this is because Allah himself in the Quran has given us this guarantee and assurance. Allah says no Quran

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in the present a vicar or in other who have colluded indeed We have revealed the thicker the message to you, or message it in rationalism and Vega, what you have will do, we will protect it which revealed this legal tube will protect it. The Naked is the book of Allah. So the book of Allah is preserved. But it's not only restricted to the book of Allah women to understand it. It's not only restricted to the book of Allah, anything that explains the book of Allah is also included in his promise of God. When Allah says when we have revealed this message to us of Quran, the book of Allah, the Holy Quran is preserved and protected, safeguarded by any destruction and from any change

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of any alteration. It's not a religion, it's not restricted to the book of Allah. It goes beyond that it goes to the things of the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him because Allah says to the messenger of Allah will observe that you can vigorously

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To the healer, the same same tell us in the verse I just quoted, he said and we reveal the vicar the message to you, we will protect it and then he says We have revealed the message to the to the beginner the nurse, Sona, you message O'Hanlon, peace be upon you, you explain to the people, so the preservation of the Quran is dependent, it depends on the explanation, the country that interpretation of the message or among the subjects and so, therefore, Allah has promised to protect the message is the book the Quran, as well as the heavy the same traditions on the Messenger of Allah, some of them are in the Senate, and therefore we have this unique aspect of what we call

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isnaad in Islam in this formula, this is what the all of us say, who seem to have the OMA it's a specific characteristic of this OMA, no other and not just Muslims offended theodosis Orientalist German, no, my doctor Springer, he actually worked on some of his Hadith compilation in the 1970s. And he said after researching,

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it was a professor of Islamic Studies. After researching and looking at the prophetic Hadith and statement, he said that the Muslims have this unique science. It's so unique and the science that he was talking about is the science of what we call a small arranger works, because what happens when the hadith is protected, you have this chain of transmission. So now from us to the Messenger of Allah, so Allah who are interested in peace and blessings be upon him, we have, we have every single Narrator that's come, the companion, he has heavy from the Messenger of Allah, the complexity of the planet from him, his students, his student, this student will have students all the way to the final

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person, every single narrator, reporter, their live account in their biography, where they were born, when they passed away, when they were born. When they passed away, who they studied Bible, the students well, who the teachers were, how the character was, how old they were, what they used to meet in the life, how they used to do the whole debate as to why put that assumption on minut detail. I'm giving examples of my basic aspects of the life is preserved. You can have a library of books on a small region of critical analysis, our reporters of heavy when you have the biographies of 1000s, this oriented Dr. sprinter, he said, Muslims have such have invented such a unique

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science, that no other community, no other religion or faith followers, Nobody in history has ever been able to invent this, something like this. And nobody will ever be able to invent something so unique of what the Muslims have. And where they have preserved the life accounts, the biographies of

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various individuals. Imagine how come you didn't even know that you could copy it, you see anything, right? books, written alphabetical order, anyone's male who handed being such and such you'll find you go there you find the balance. So Allah has taken this upon himself. And we have this unique feature, first of all, and for this for this preservation of the prophetic statements, and for the Hadith, alarms, panel data plus many individuals, unique people whose OMA one of the great, unique individuals that our Allah has been blessed with, is someone by the name of we're going to talk about re emerge. And behind the wheel one why you want to teach within a unique, a unique

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individual, and I'm gonna relate it to Vijay Sharma further along, I have some very important things to say. But he was a very unique individual.

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You must have all heard of him on my body, right? That's his name, you know, the book. That's not the name of that that's not the name of the book. The author's name is Ali Mohammed, His full name was the love of Mark dilla is gourmia. His title was Omar Abdullah. His name was actually just how you like my name is Mohammed Ahmed could be as 100 grand because

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there's actually quite a few humans that they name first name was just Mohamed and gonia was even a chef right? One of the famous humans is able to Hamlet with Idris cameos of our Imam Malik is when he was alive did not his name was Mike handle. His career was award winner the name was image handling of hazardous shaver and one of the images from his career was above the law. And actually some scholars say that the messenger of a boss of the law or you said it was a first individual when the poliovirus data because really the name of his son was at the law, which he made him on the name of his father and the boiler plate here and we'll actually just put

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Digital attributes are like the, you know, some sacred attributes describing this, and he will have them. So anyway, remember behind of what Abdullah Mohammed Lusamine, the son of is married to him, there's gonna be groggy, he also Bahara that's why it's cool because he knows

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where it goes, but his son anyway from Estonia, no, anyway, go and visit

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if you want to, you know, in order to party was from

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a non Arab imagine and not an Arab, who even the Arabs respect you know how it's done, nobody respects

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very reluctant, right? I mean, I just,

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you don't even know, you know, you could learn Arabic, in Arabic, actually, you know, as you meet,

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because you're dumb.

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Historically, that allows you to use the nerves and actually convey if anybody has any right to be proud of their ethnicity themselves.

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Okay, we're not trying to be any actions, anything like that. But the best level for Boston Obama.

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I mean, if anybody had any right without being racist, of course, anybody have a right that you will because of Islam because of the load of the language of the book of Allah, the language of gender, the language of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but then you can't do that because racist, but normally, the Arabs

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are reluctant to respect someone who's an Arab. And here we have Iran than PACOM. And not

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every human being every Muslim, Arab non Arab,

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respects him and

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accepts his superiority and his great position. So anyway, this is a great human have bought in one night for Allah subhanaw taala. It actually you can tell you can say that Allah created him for the preservation of this hadith. Allah created him for this Imam Muhammad, he actually says himself with him to help that heavy you know, I was inspired to memorize it. Even from a young age. You can even say that Allah created him for that. He was pleasingly unique individual, you know, when he was young, his memory power his preservation is he was a very smart individual, very sharp, who surpassed and excelled all his young friends. You know, when he was like, in his early teens, that

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is when he was very young. He went once, you know, when he was young, he started like, really heavy after reading a book of football. He went to

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one of the great hack days of that time, a great scholar and Amanda Duncan, you went to study his study circle headed, and this one is 910 11. One that you wonder, and he's been wondering, you don't like some Coronavirus, said that he actually, in his young age when he was a teenager. When he was a teenager, he imagined he memorized 70,000.

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sentences zero 1000. And when we say heavy, not just the text or we say text, a lot of the chain chain as a text. Imagine 70 60,000 heavy. So you attempted to teach us lesson one that is given the day. And he knew he had memorized many heavy. So one day his teacher was teaching and he said you know there's a hadith saying of the last year so he's talking relating from this person from this person from this person from someone because Sophia from Abu Zubaydah from Ibrahim number Mahali. He said, Wait a minute, you were saying it was available narrated related from Ibrahim and nanhai. As far as I know, a Bucha will never saw Libya, Iraq if he's never seen him

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talking about you know, just the childhood signals, you know what, just go check your original documents, we can take your room, just check it. You went back. We then came back to it with some papers and he said okay, no, my son Charles, to what do you say is that actually the correct version is not available? And it probably Brockie Michelle said you're correct. Somebody asking me that? How old were you when you when the incident took place was that I was here.

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This is where the shoulders are created and he was inspired. He memorized Hadith as an aside, you know, he was from he had, he actually had the age of 16. He was raised and this is amazing. by a single mother, the role of mothering strong,

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classic example. You have many examples. We don't let it was a unique example. He was five, six years of age when his father passed away. He had a brother and his mother's mother was paid a great role in his upbringing and his ideas.

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In his position in his Russia prominence, he actually went to Hajj with his mother

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Young from Bihar and the young son, his other brother, after the finish touch with mother and the other brother, they reached out and said, you know, what is his 16 Now said I want to stay back here, I want to study again. But all the great Imams have not come. He actually stayed there. He memorized he studied hugging and then after that he actually traveled to buscar Guha. Gov or the president and then he went to places like Shawn Syria in those areas, Constantine and Jordan, all those areas, and Egypt. And he traveled and he memorized and he studied heavy analysis seven zero 1000 Hadith when he was a very young age, that's a very niche. And then after that he actually was

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inspired to write this great connection. And that's what we're going to talk about this great book that we have

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a soft okay now the faculty tabula

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is this book. So here it is known to be this is what are called this book Sakichi Durbin and Barack Obama, you know what I mean? The most authentic book after the book of Allah.

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What is called course?

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When you book

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which book?

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You know, what the full name of this book is?

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Anybody? Let's see. Sorry. That's a commentary.

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You know, we hear an Buhari, a Buhari, this is a one of the government ministers are hidden behind a euro to book famous book, the title of the book is a genuine Muslim, those of us who knew move us on to learning from a normal

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person anyway.

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That's the real aim of this book, he named his book by this title, and the germ your most nervous.

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The comprehensive that I don't have time to go into but every, like part of this title, there's a significance why you call it a job. Because it's comprehensive. It's like an encyclopedia. It's comprehensive on different topics, and muslin, which is based on continuous changes to the material off of the sub lesson to be upon him. And that is a short connection, which means it's a very short connection of saying it. It's not like a comprehensive connection, because there's 1000s, he actually says that I've left 1000s of Heidi, that are also sorry, but I did not include it in my book. You know, sometimes people think that anything outside his bodies, if he was going to sponsor

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it, the author himself is saying that I have left 1000s of furniture, when he says we have a tune, because I don't want to prolong it, I don't know, volumes and volume sizes too small, based on some criteria and mental criteria and the methodology. But I've met 1000s of headings, which are saheed, which I found it all included in my book. But anyway, whatever he did to this book, he was very strict, very stringent, very, very stringent. He went towards his teachings have been around who Yeah. And email is helping Robert Yeah, he's distracted by the teacher once said, to the students, he said, I wish that somebody loved you're not gonna get up and walk across the room.

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Or you will send them how good would it be if you would have if you've gathered a small collection of heavy metals, Mr. Obama himself. And in that tiny book, you see the love of the collections of all before him. But some of them were like, mixed with Hadith of the Messenger of Allah be upon him, they were like saints of the Sahaba, saints of the who, the football of the Sahaba mixture. So he thought that this was the intention to compile a book, a connection that only has the Hadith, the sayings of the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him. And also in that time, there were certain collections that had a mixture of authentic and authentic. So he, you know, this

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inspired him, this teacher told him and said, Look, I want I would like to have a collection of Hadith that is authentic and extreme. And then you will activate and this is documented, he says himself, he actually not long after that he saw a dream in which he was actually he saw the Messenger of Allah peace and blessings be upon him. He had a typo, like, you know, like a fan in his hand and he was

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waving the flag, otherwise you'll have lost a loved one is kind of protecting you. And, you know, protecting you from like flies and things like that. Yes, one of the greats in terms of the dream in that time, and he said, the meaning of Mr. Lupo, and that is of a lover, you said that you will protect you will defend the Messenger of Allah peace and blessings be upon him from lies. He said, because of this. Because of this, he said that they haven't any ideology generally. This really inspired me to sort of write and collect together. He knew 70,000 IDs already. So now what is he doing? He's already memorized them, but from his memory from his collection has memorized them in

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written format as long as you're doing that he's carefully

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Selecting choosing his editing, his choosing which Hadith to include an insert into his compilation, the journey of suffering and how he did that he had a very extreme, stringent methodology, extreme conditions, because he wanted to only include the only insert in his collection, those heavy metal authentic in the extreme, to the extreme level, to a point where he even left some other Sunday heavy because he had some whatever the two he forgot living, living, living about. And he says himself that I

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gathered this book from 600,000 Hadith. Now, in this version statement, he said I had six 600,000 relief from that I gathered in 16 years, how many years 16 years approximately, you know, the number of Hadith in Sahih Bukhari is about 7250, depends. Different people have numbered them in different ways from say, about 1000, whatever, but it's around approximately 7250, right? From 600,000.

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And some said, That was in 60 years, he actually fasted every single day, for 16 years, once he was writing, this is an imaginary This is an imam of his own, he was very, very stringent, very meticulous, very cautious, he actually went to the extreme lengths in ensuring that whatever he includes in his book is authentic in history, to the extreme level of hands on things to the extreme. Any possible means that he had any possible means that he had to ensure that the Hadith that comes in my book is authentic, rigorously authenticated, use that even a slight doubt, like immediately, even a slight doubt, that maybe 99 point 99%, this hadith is authentic. But point 1% is

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maybe not authentic, Elektra.

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Even a smooth

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doubt, we'll leave it, this is an honor to have you in your extreme, you went to the extreme to ensure that it was very, very authentic in the extreme.

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And any personal as I said, all the possible means that he had until he did not get to the bottom to the root of the narration from every angle possible. Right at render possible he will not include in the under many conditions. And that's why the

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agreed scholars have read that his book is known as psychotherapy. But the kids have been telling one story, one time he went to collect 101 of the great most of his time, a share of heavy he went to collect some honey and study bugs when you might he was there, outside his house with his horse, his horse and ran away, you know, run away from him. So cool. The horse is just, you know, pretending that I've got some grass or some food. And he really didn't have it. And the horse came back and he didn't have it. He said, he said, Oh, this horse went away and I just wanted to call this horse. So you know, Harley said he traveled all the way to take take heavy from you. lovin

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heavy underneath people, I didn't know him. I don't take heavy from someone who lies triangles.

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I don't think he actually went back. He didn't take it from you. If you can write your animals you How do I know you want a good one? Let's say the Hadith of the Messenger of Allah and Allah when he was doing this actually sinful, you know that to do with animals as well. It's not right. That's not animals. We do it with children carica sweets coming out for us meat.

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Across 2007 There was a woman and her son was not coming here. Of course, in case it wasn't it's coming up come here, hands lesson and all of us saw her. And he said, Do you really have beans? She said yes, I couldn't. Well, if you did it, you'd be guilty of the great sin of like, you don't take it to somebody.

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You know, most of them don't. Either. One other thing is a sign of a hypocrite or forms of lying. All forms of lying, whether it's written form, whether it's a closed form certificate, it's a forged certificate, whether it's misinformation, misrepresentation, false testimony, over exaggeration of events, all of this is for friends of mine and no harm and so forth. But anyway, he had some extreme conditions where he would ensure you will ensure that the Hadith of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is absolutely authentic, very stringent conditions. I think a lot of details. I mean, I don't really have time to go into the details. But like for example, you want to

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sweat examples just so that you really

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So how would you accept an endeavor this great image of an individual?

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In connecting you today? It's so easy. It is.

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So simple we go to the laws will be so, so simple look how much effort equals the body.

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Not just hey, this a Highlander companions a grizzly, mostly, they actually put their lives on the line

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started for the companions of a warrior. Oh, they're wrong. He used to do night span in the company of the Messenger of Allah peace and blessings be upon him and I used to work. Yeah, she didn't need me to jump. Because he was so engrossed in studying the Hadith of the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him. This email, just give you some examples, from 600,000 Hadith he has gathered, is collected is edited, how many 7250 to insert in his book, right? Now you have all these narrators like one of his condition, okay, one example one of one of the things is methodology. You don't have all the narration of honey, like the reporters of honey, you have different levels. You have, we're

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talking about different levels of reporters, you have one level, the top level of reporters.

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That's known as those reporters who have two qualities we have a we'll get heroes when as you know what that means. They are absolutely to the x, you know, absolute level of perfection in terms of their memory and precision, their level of preservation with an amazing memory power, they cannot be mistakes. And number two, the second quality is cathedral muda Asana, which means that they stayed in the company of the teacher for years. Right.

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We have level number one, you know, debacle number one, those reporters that are, what's the quality? are we continuing with them? What does that mean? They're very powerful in their memory, economic mistake in the precision and in that in that, in that being meticulous number two, only the cathedral as a long companionship with a teacher, I might have the memory power. But let's teach a project from him just like our state one day where there is a possibility I could make a mistake even though I really sharp in the brain.

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You have another level second level of those narrators who who are the opposite.

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The first level is in both angles.

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The memory power is amazing, as well as long companionship. So I have a very short sale nothing on cell phones give me an example that I have memory power right. And plus I stay the bishop here, right and emotion

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but I stay with him for years likewise is traveling day night all the time, there's less chance of making a mistake level of the to those reporters poor, very sharp, but less companionship. Right The first level is very sharp, long companionship level two is was sharp but less companionship. Number three is opposite. Long companionship, but not that sharp and not that meticulous. Number four is not even meticulous not even companionship. And number five is like absolute, you know, make all the mistakes and know people who are very live

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levels. You remember poor quality. His methodology in his book is that he only took narrations from the reporters from the first level. And when he did take someone from the second level was like just like an additional support just additional. I'll give you example the amount of fluid is atomic. The students are having a crazy amount of Medina amazing individual what's his name?

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Zulily are the worldwide

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Montessori evolution service delivery user Mr. Medina before he got married.

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He had to two categories of students. He had some students who stayed from Virginia to learn to ask her to move to Russia all night traveling at home all the time that is telling women like him, amen. And some students like to know that just come for a day from your lunches to do cardio, and then come back. But he came to share his lesson. Number two hours have gone a difference. A student who studied with a chef day or night for 10 years, and it's always just like happened to pass by. Now. These are both students. They're both really valuable in themselves. They're both sharp. They both have what we call got a very strong level of memory and precision and being meticulous. Mr. Buhari

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will only take a hadith of go from those students of Imam azubi who stayed for 6789

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ateliers, contrary to the second most authentic book, you know, Muslim who actually took from people from the second level as well. So, this is one of his methodologies and then he has so many things like sometimes you know, he has reported, you have a report and a narration. He goes so deep in his meticulous nature and his methodology that sometimes you have Narita,

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he takes a heavy from one one reporter that you have an eraser, right you have an eraser

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Sometimes he takes a Hadith from him, the reporter attention is very important as the evening progresses in the morning, but I'm not gonna go too deep in this, we're going to get to the media part because some very important some very malicious

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he sometimes when this reporter has imagined this brother here, this young reporter, he has Five Heartbeats to take two from him, but not the same reporter, the same reporter when he's narrating from one teacher and take the heat, but if he's reporting from another teacher, he will take it from him, because he's going so deep and he knows that he can't be trusted with it directly from teacher a, but he cannot be trusted when he's reporting from teaching be likewise when he used to live in

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when he was when he was in Trinidad, so anything that he learns in trader from Shall I take from him when it comes to inland people,

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you know, not a problem. Right? This is about the methodology seriously, he, he he took from petite sometimes from certain cities, if it's from his own talent because he's lived there, you know, the customs he knows that either you know the culture you know, you're reporting from the Muslims you know, the culture of the Muslims, you know how they are venue will take for most the reporter. But if you know a Muslim journalist, you don't know the culture, you don't know the background, you might not take it from because you don't know the ins and outs of that culture if you're not living day and night in that culture, right? Examples like that, that we want to have it.

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

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he never just the faster that's drug resistance. Finally, you know what he would do after being so meticulous in his methodology. Finally, he says that mobile a very cool feature with the defense

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after having done all of this, to have m&e Showing that every single heavy is like, absolutely authentic. You know, we have the definition of authentic hadith, which is come through a solid senate is an absolute continuous chain, every event around you every single report is extremely authentic in the extreme. Right, every single one is very pretty, pretty precise on the preservation of memory and sharp and intellectual level. And then there's other conditions as well. But anyway, after having all of that you know what he did after that? He said mer, we're gonna have to feel kita was suffering he had event, I never placed any heavy in my book, I never included it. I never

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inserted it in my book. Accept it. For every single hottie in love with the sun to Allah Allah

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says, Have you read this? I performed a wholesome article before every single day

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and was so late to rock I think I performed to look at pray. We all like to talk about Islam. We all like to do lectures we all like to, you know, be preachers we would like to preach we all like to be shameless, right? And che has an install themselves. This is this is a man imagine even after the morning before the lecture which was great to work out before leaving the home. You should have prayed to Ricardo I am going to talk about Islam being told that which pleases you and peace it pleases you in the author of the next slide and make me have a you know give us uncertainty and applause and rubbish is suddenly Western determinism we're going

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to things imagine he said every single heavy What did I do?

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Hosted so little rock, it was tougher to LA to LA and I made the Sahara yes sisters but everything is the house for marriage every time is only once for very difficult.

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I haven't heard a question we actually

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saw a dream and then in the genius he came in workflow.

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So what were you thinking about all day today? Think about him once again.

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Dream seems to be that's what I can do.

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And I don't want to go to the top because the heart of the heart is a concept you know that you don't even need to see a genius face.

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Ask the How To Allah meaning asking Allah to come to faith. And it's not only to leverage some of the other issues the heart of every single day in the life over about to start my day, I asked you, this the heart are basically responsible, higher, asking, requesting, seeking blessings from God. Basically, that's what he means. You will know what you will come to the University to study.

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That doesn't mean you're going to come out. Right? You will come anyway. But you do this before everything. And he's

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not just for marriage is not necessarily related to marriage. So anyway, said it's the catalog, and it is the heart and there isn't one that I have gone to the head of, until I was not absolutely convinced and content that this hadith is extremely Sufi, authentic. I did not include it in my book. This is easy to say he mentioned you know how many times it wasn't 1250 How many look, I really pray

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40,500 How many sorrows nowadays the house, you know, we get scared, you know, seven days, three days, whatever, how many 7200.

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So how that's when we have a book behind me just likes to pick just, you know, it's very easy for us to pick, but that's the sacrifice that this baby mom put in order to bring that book to us. He was very, very, very meticulous anyway.

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So basically, the philosophy of this is somebody that this email will use every single method possible.

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He went to the absolute extreme in order to ensure the authenticity of what he is included in his book in Germany on Muslim Sahiba motiva we in order for the likes of Allah Martin said I'm assuming you are yet contrary to what we see today. Muslim goddesses orders, right? I mean, we are not

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careful. Exaggeration what we say. We write things on the internet forums. We hear things the Messenger of Allah peace and blessings be upon you. What do you say? They're probably not because you have dinner we call him on Sunday. In order for you to be a corner liar that you say everything that you hear. We just pass it on. In Aloha Romanichal Ilhan Allah is prohibited from you to say such as I've said this and she said this and he said this Oh, and she said this and you just passing on information, spreading the rumors Surah hoogenraad One of the most important tools in the Quran which every Muslim should say deeply Yeah. In general when possible whenever in fact the yellow or

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you believe when someone comes with some information to what do you do that but you which we stand up there to verify its authenticity, they don't just relay information without getting to the bottom of it. Ensure that this information is correct before you pass it on before you write it before you type up a message on the Asian forums. And that is because of the Legion forum you know you just do none of us nobody knows who you are every day is Abdullah is everything but Fatima Fatima you know, she comes on like she's really worked with and Mohammed comes into the into the portal like his RV show. For example. You know, everybody can have made as a female females are made. And we commit

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some ridiculous sins that you will never commit if people knew who you are. Seriously, ask yourself. The hadith says what it will not happen if the fabric says that which you know what your heart says. And we know we are lying. We are we know we are spreading rumors. We know this misinformation. We knew we know who in fact someone couldn't. Maybe we could never have said this. But because we just behind the screen in a virtual world where nobody knows you. And you don't even realize you're in this world. You think you're living in a different world on Facebook and Twitter wherever you are. So if you have to 10 hours or five hours or three hours you switch up the machine.

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Okay, I am in my bedroom, then you realize where you are. That's the version. His brother told me this. This is something around me gross click on forums and Facebook and hearing it. I forget I'm actually where I am, according to whatever the next door of if we did then we realize in a way this virtual world spending wasting of time. So this applies to us as well, but it applies a lot to the media as well and pushing we're living in a time. This whole media propaganda, this machine of brainwashing people of mind control of being inaccurate. But the issue here is learning the lessons remediable from the moment behind

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My question is do they want to learn Do they really want to learn lessons from behind the lesson for me Do you really want to accept that they want you to a lesson from nobody even?

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I don't even want to benefit from it but anyway

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but we have so many programs and so many releases and statements

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were no the mainstream media all these different programs with AMI taking the claims of these programs

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the many channels

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we have only programs and even on the internet, different blogs, just looking at one today in the

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presence of lovey dovey

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one of the blocks, how do you want to do actually have been so we've got something in common 100

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counties unfortunate, you will have a list of different scholarships.

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So fortunate, it's good to do that, you know, there's a need to do something good.

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The prophets of Allah, all of them were ridiculed, and all of them are character assassination, starting with the prophets. Every single prophet does character assassination. When you do something positive in the community, when you read something good. People don't like it. Even Muslims don't like it. Those Muslims who are generous, they don't like it as well. So here's from that group, raised from that groups. Okay. Yeah, he's experienced his violent business.

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Because we have too many groups, you don't know you don't realize that it's today, he's gonna come to you tomorrow, like, you know, the story of the peoples, the white, black and the red. Right. And this is just like this is this is the way he'll conquer, divide and conquer. So all these different misinformation, taking things out of context. SQL report is coming in cutting and pasting. That's the major you're cutting and pasting.

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The key is so much good. But they will overlook all of that code. They will take pause from here and cut and paste. If you cut and paste. You know, you could say in the Quran, Allah says, Don't break your

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Salah, or you believe your prayers don't even come close to prayer. You know, Allah says,

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don't even come close to Zina exactly the same lesson in another place that don't even come close to pray.

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When I say straight away what I'm doing so God rock. When you're in a state of intoxication, that don't even come close to prayer. You take things out of context, you can take what I'm saying, don't even pray. Don't come close to prayer.

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Believe in Louisa Lee want to be those people who are going foiling Sunday, what might you be those people

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who are open to those who pray? Because the last thing you want to the prayer people pray to stop that. And yeah, that's going to carry on when the leader who

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probably will be avoided was a leader in the new onslaught himself. Who knows what, he does not have concentration in the prayer. So you can do that cutting and pasting. Right? This person called John pills, you may have heard of the new John John.

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John koja. This Australian LeBron James talks about media talks about leadership. Jones is a big critic of the foreign policy of the West and the United States of America and Britain. Okay, you know, he says, he said something which I saw yesterday, he said, you know, during the Cold War, a group of Russian journalists toured the United States on the final day of the visit. After touring the Americans asked them a spokesman

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What are you going to call country what's the impression he said, I have to tell you

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astonished to find actors staying here in your country for like a week, every single newspaper every single channel, TV channel, every single radio channels station, every media outlet

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the opinions on the vital issues are by and large, the same.

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How do you do that you get this result in our country, we imprison people and we we we cheat out their fingernails okay, you don't even have to do that. What's the secret behind

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the media propaganda it's a it's it's it's a machine. Everybody's in agreement, everybody's in agreement. You know, the same message before the 24 hours a day. Now we have these news channels guy and BBC 24. Every single I have the same message being given in order to repeat something, even if you don't believe it in the beginning, you start believing it later on.

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

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You know, you don't need the Vietnam War, American soldiers somewhat some of them don't provisions. This comes with propagating the communist messages. They found out after they were worked upon by Russian and Chinese manipulators. And they started studying them this is after

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they started studying and the sources and patterns and you know, the practice what they saw that they weren't, there was no work upon repetition. And they focus on that if you keep on repeating the same messages day in, day out day in day out, Muslims are violent, that poses a violent Muslims are violent, this group is bad. And this group is like this. They preach to the extremists. And I guess they're like that. They have extreme on women.

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They, you know, they have gallery views, and they have this and they have that day in day out, the same message is being given. Even those people who are buying large, good people, they start believing in those messages. And that's how Slama phobia comes. That's my belief. And that's what the corporate leaders do. They all you know, that's why you know, even in the corporate world, you know, that's what happens. Our children's advertisements and marketing. Everyday you put your TV on tu tu tu tu tu rerun our

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compare the come with the

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foresight even know that even small children No, no, no, you really don't know what I want to do. I cried shorts, when I go to

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Staples and whatever that is.

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But in the corporate world, the messages after messages, message, the same message is being

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you know, in the First World War, the prime, the British prime minister at that time, David Lloyd George, he actually had this message, he says that he actually had a private chat with an editor of the car here. And he said no, he said, he said if people knew the truth, the war, the war would end tomorrow. But you don't want to be cannot go.

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This is the prime minister of Britain. First of all, what is that?

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Okay. And what Bernard he who he actually invented is critical quadriplegic, saying this document documentary is that if you see a documentary go or you don't see, he said that he said that he actually invented Edward Byrne, who invented this term public relations. And then he said, the intelligence manipulation of the masses is an invisible government, which is the true ruling power in this country.

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Now the content of the party, the party, now the liberal, right, which is the chewing party, is the invisible party, the intelligence, manipulation of the masses. All the media are insane. All the media are in sync, getting the same messages. It's not about facts anymore, no matter.

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If they want to challenge you believe that. You can email them. If that's happening here, July is alive, they will tell you this is what's happening the Lord. That's it everyone, if they want to tell you the most powerful What if they keep on telling you about what's coming to England, and every single hour of the most powerful moment in the world, the most powerful man is addressing the House of Commons, the most powerful man is doing this, the most powerful man, the African Kenyan man, from a, you know, we try is the most powerful man in the world. You start believing in yourself. Yes, he is the most powerful man because his messages of the messages of the message. This

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is what it is to us. And that's what it has to have good generally good people around us. Okay, so anyway, this. This was what John could could just say. And this is what we can do. We use a lot of lot of different tactics. How are you doing? It's just crazy.

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They have this, some of you may have done Media Studies, right? They have the straw man fallacy. Have you ever heard a strawman fallacy? You don't want to throw that fallacy in the universe? No one's going

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to want to do it right now.

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Yeah, those of you who don't know, straw man fallacy is when you record this record key points. If I have a position, right? Condition, I've said something I just, this person wants to know,

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from the media, right? He wants to refuse to attack me. I have a position where he does. He takes my position out of context, and he changes my original position. And then he refutes and attacks. That position, which is not really mine. It's a distorted version of opposition. That's what you call a strawman case. And that's what the media does, and presumably you happen to reason

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to talk in York University in

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New York, and really didn't know much about I was quite happy for the brothers and sisters. I mean, they really stood up a great example of solidarity and standing up against all these different groups, whenever there goes these feuds societies, the freedom society and the Jewish society and from the standpoint of the forces of societies, or society, individuals who we've come hamdulillah who sometimes in second, orientation, and nice and complication and fabrication and false any people you'll hear

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to be shown

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sisters as a

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good example of support and strength, but this is what they do. Like one of the things they said, and this is like, you know, saying something like, If so, the example given hearing the straw man fallacy, okay, is that

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okay, you know,

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someone says, for example, that

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we should, we should be more generous, we should give a lot of money out to the poor, so that the other person in the argument you want to say, if you if you just give all the money out, if you just get handouts, it's not because society will become poor now, that person A, he was just saying, we should be more charitable. But the second person refusing his puppy, you know, his position, first distorted his position by changing, being charitable to giving handouts. Now, that's an example of taking things out of context.

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I had an article, for example, this is just an example, about the standard penal law. And, you know, it said, you know, these are Islamic, it's in an Islamic state, this is a theoretical hypothetical argument. In an Islamic state, the penal law states this, that if somebody, man, woman, anyone, is the scenario person with all these conditions, if they were to, you know, and there's a lot of time and place to sort of debating what you know, applicable, or whatever, what the victims are behind it. But aid and Islamic State law in this country, this country is never going to be an example. We don't want this in this country, we live in this country. But if there was an Islamic state, which

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we don't have, and we don't need, we don't have it. But if there were to make this as the Islamic legal passion, or do, right, this is just an article that I wrote, like five or six years ago, and gave the Basic Law conditions of the Islamic penal law, even some non Muslims and others, professors of Islamic Studies and all sorts of universities telling you the same thing. It's just a hypothetical. It's a, you know, it's just an academic panel discussion. And you know, what they say,

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he calls to, he calls for women to be stoned to death in this country, this boy called strong advice. This is what he did is changing the position. This is completely changing the position. Cherry Picking is another fallacy. Someone say something good, they have 90% of good and you'll pick the 2% that you want to use as an argument against champion because you know, when you change, you only pick those that you want. People think that all the changes are like that, but they're not. Right. So this, this will be yours. You don't think these programs vSphere Chow Coleman, they had all these, you know, documentaries, they went to so many, secretly to so many different mosques and

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places, they must have seen 90% of so much good being set by the evils, the good be charged to the hospital be, you know, good citizen do good today, because we want to talk about these things all the time. But one statement that you know, maybe it's out of context, taking that up and placing this as the extremist violence, hate preacher listening to what was his preaching? Right? Finally, I'm gonna end with this brothers and sisters. What can we do?

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We have to you know, we have responsibility, immense responsibility. We need people to No, seriously we we are letting other people define who we are. We are letting other people define who we are.

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The media is defining us as Muslims,

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God targeting us, pinpointing us all and it's not just one or two groups attacking them on everyone. And it's not just another difference that they're making. They're actually, you know, having a conservative view is no longer something like one of them said today today, this blog that I read, was read. And he actually said in the notes, you know, the focus is on this conference coming up. And I've invited a preacher and mentioned my name, and one of them you're invited to whatever. Do you hold the extra

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In this position, he says the guy who wrote that God, he said, The very idea has to be challenged. Because I had to, you know, the conference in New York as you put disclaimers and clarifications on my website. He actually said he put clarifications, but he goes, Wait a minute, that did that doesn't do the job. That isn't it doesn't that's not really we don't care. The very idea has to be challenged. In other words, if you are a Muslim, and you believe that homosexuality is unlawful in Islam, then you are an extremist, violent hate creature. Basically, like most Muslims, not all Muslims believe in this. That doesn't mean we hate anyone. Islam has any module for us. The history

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tells us we don't hate no simple people, whether they conspired or not only with sexuality in the same premarital sex z is our communication. Zero is simple. Karina interests are not praying is simple. Not fasting is simple.

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All of these things are going to allow that we don't hate someone who doesn't pray. We don't hate someone who does the best. We don't hate or dislike or look down upon a system, it doesn't cover ahead. We don't dislike a man who's homosexual. We're all in his bed. The song is a call to hate. But we can have an extreme. It's not an extreme position. It's a viewpoint that if you think that this is not allowed in my religion, even ask the Orthodox Christians and the Jews, every single one of them will tell you that look in our religions. We don't agree with this. This is not the level.

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Even Orthodox Christians and the Jews

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hold the same position as Muslims do. But the attack is all your listeners, we're just picking the Muslims just picking the Muslims because we're the flavor of the month. And because it sounds, the newspapers, it sounds the media, the media itself, you know, the one thing that if you want to become a multimillionaire, I don't want to give you a better idea of someday, if you want to earn a lot of money, you know, the easiest way to earn a lot of money today is someone who is a Muslim apostate from Islam. And then you write a book against your experience in Islam.

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You will be on every news channel you'll be chained up by the BBC every you will want to know you can't tell us your water level is the Islam you know that and tell us about experiences and they'll find the people because you've come from within that's an easy way to get you know prominence and you don't need to call it an X factor or whatever. You don't need to go into person Coleridge sorry, yeah, Britain's Got Talent

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this is this will reduce people begging us to write as as good as Britain's Got Talent because Wilson included

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quite a bit upset. But anyway, spine in the understanding we we have a duty, we have responsibility brothers and sisters, we have a duty, we are letting people defining who we are.

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We don't need to always be on the defensive, we don't have to keep on saying it's gone. It's you know, it's a, we can talk about that it's one thing out of the many things that we talk about, but in our action, in our interaction in our behavior in our character. And this is not just like trying to hide something, this is the Fruity Loops now we're not hiding, we're not doing like okay, which has been nice, but we you know, in terms of the mood bomb, you know, we actually believe this

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your neighbors, your your, your people around you, this country has a lot of good people, the vast majority the good people they don't hate as long as you know that you have friends notice that they understand. But the problem is again, when messages are given day in and day out, day in day out that this ability to have this responsibility, be good to people be with your neighbors, you know, some people are good, some of the things characteristics and attributes the least known instance we have people here in this country they have more than even we have so we supposed to do you know to stand in a line they stand in a line for charity, my neighbor opposite me have a very good

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relationship and I was limited by launching it in the morning before I left Leicester and and you know, that is a few people without even knowing

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what's happening is doing going on.

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So this isn't good people and and he actually he tells me these things. He said yes, if I was just to watch the video, then I would be thinking that you know, you look like a beard. And you know your property, you know your relationship involved in something.

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But he's, you know, he hasn't charged with Muslims. You tell them so this is one. This is basically as much as you can do. And that was we have tools we don't have we don't own sky. We don't have BBC we don't own CNN on Fox News. So we do have other channels hamdulillah today Allah has blessed us that we have a very effective means Facebook and YouTube that we get to it's given a very good time.

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To transform without doing what is on Facebook, and we're not doing all the lawful things yet just see some more of that. They you know, they say that more people watch videos on YouTube than they actually watch sometimes television channels, people watch television programs on YouTube. Right? So effective way of preaching, whatever you have, you have knowledge preaching, if you don't empower the ones who do have the knowledge, how do we support it as the you know, the the 100 Lectures to corporations and these media outlets, make phone calls, show you you know, not anger but doing in a polite way of showing your outrage and you know, showing disgust at some of the things that are

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taking place off the you know, just pinpointing Muslims and just picking on them. Do we have to do something we consciously just sitting back and doing nothing and watching and then just pick okay, maybe it's this person today expose his head to women on sales. What is going to the conference. After that we do them just by chance cage cardio. Today's 10 Today, you might be somebody else you might be anybody, anybody who's one of us will need to get over that system. So really take it seriously and do something about it

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