Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari – The Methodology of Imam Bukhari & Lessons for Media

Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari
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So don't want to go to

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the editing section

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above non

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critical document.

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brothers sisters,

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we pray

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for blessings up for grabs. And

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don't wait to be here today to be here in this conference,

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the 48

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correct annual causes conference.

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Personally is another privilege to be here with you today

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in the city

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of Cardiff,

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Cardiff City,

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just learning some lessons

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in another country,

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English, and I know that you leave here

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how are you,

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we have a very important topic, title, media attention requires a lot of attention, the methodology of one of the great emails of this

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is book. And what we can learn as lessons from is

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a lot of Canada has blessed us with a unique religion, probably more than

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one of the specific aspects of this religion of this oma the Parliament of the messenger salomaa, it was set as one of the unique characteristics. One of the unique features

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is the feature of Islam. If you don't know what it's not, it's not basically means the chains of transmission. In other words,

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information and knowledge that is transmitted from the message

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being transmitted, and being preserved and protected. And

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not just the Book of Mormon, we know. We all know that the former is absolutely preserved, invigorated, transmitted through multiple chains of transmission 1000s of people, groups and groups of people have been erased from the messenger

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through the generations, So today, I'm not interested. In other things, you can't even say that sacred books is wrong. But this whole idea of a watch, not just the book of sacred texts, but even the statements that have been the traditions and renovations of the last year of the last

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century, are preserved in such a way that it's unique if you don't find this example, anyway,

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where my new details have been preserved and protected. And the reason for this is because a lot of himself in the corner has given us this guarantee insurance policy.

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International, and

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indeed, We have revealed the thick of the message to our messenger in

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we will protect it with revealed business with regard to will protected, the vehicle is the book of law, so the law is preserved. But it's not only restricted to the

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status, it's not only restricted to the book of law, anything that explains the book of Allah is also included in this promise of God. When Allah says when we have revealed this message to the poor and

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the holy war is preserved and protected, safeguarded, from any distortion and from any change of any alteration. It's going to be limited or restricted. It 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

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same tell us in the verse is quoted as saying, 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 nurse. So are you Oh message over? How do

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you explain to the people, so the preservation of the partner is dependent, it depends on the explanation, the interpretation of the measure of peace and blessings be upon him. So therefore, allows Congress to protect the message in the book, The horror, as well as the heavy tradition of the Messenger of Allah.

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And therefore, we have this unique aspect of who we are not in Islam. In his own words, the relevant say, Hosea to have the oma is a specific characteristic of this oma, know that, not just Muslims of

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German, known by Dr. Springer, he actually worked on some of his hiding

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in the 1970s. And he said, After researching,

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he was a professor of Islamic Studies. After researching and looking at the prophetic statements. He says 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 region where because what happens when the heavy is protected, we have this chain of transmission. So now from the US to the messenger of

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peace and blessings be upon him. We have, we have every single narrator that's the companion hear.

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from him, his students, his students, the students 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 were born, when they passed away, who is the Bible, the students were, who the teachers was, how the character was, how old they were, what they used to meet in the life, how they used to do the EU today. So

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I'm giving examples of

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

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critical analysis

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of heavy biographies of 1000s this oriental

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Muslims have such have invented such a unique science, that no other community no other religion or faith follows. No one in history has ever been able to invent this, something like this, and no one will ever be able to invent something so unique, what the Muslims have, and where they have preserved the life accounts the biographies of half a million individuals. Imagine how fleeting

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you seen anything, write books, written alphabetical order, anyone's they haven't been such as such.

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So a lot has taken this upon yourself. And we have this you know, unique feature.

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And for this first conservation of the prophetic statements, and for the heavy amongst many individuals, unique people oma, one of the great, unique individuals that Alabama has been blessed with is someone by the name of

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emerged and behind

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a unique a unique individual related to eating Chaga further along.

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But he was a very unique individual.

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Right, that's his name, you know, the book. That's not the name the experts the name of the book. The author's name is Mohan. His full name was develop a blog killer is Konya. This title was a killer. His name was actually just

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like my name is Mohammed.

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There's actually quite a few emails that they handed and Konya was

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famous given his name.

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His name was Malik, and a bit humble. His

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name was

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coma dystonia was

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because really the name of his son was up the wall which he made on the name of his father, and the daughter will actually just put up

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attributes describing this, and he was so anyway in the heart of what our dealer

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and not

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and not an error

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because you're done

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if anybody has any right to be proud of

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I mean, if anybody has any right without being racist, of course with

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that, then you because of the swamp because the lowest of the language of the language of the Messenger of Allah.

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But then you can't, of course racist, but normally the

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error and here we have imagined a non

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Muslim Arab non Arab

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respects him and

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accept his superiority in this great position. So anyway this is a Boolean one

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actually you can tell you can save a lot created him for the presentation of this heavy, a lot of crazy and pull this in

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with him to help the heavy you know, I was inspired to memorize it even from a young age, you can say that

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he was a

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unique individual when he was young. His memory palace preservation is he was a very smart individual very shocked to surpass that Excel audience young.

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Like in his early teens, and when he was very young, he went once you know, when he was young, he started like really heavy after reading the book of football, he went to

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one of the great habits of that time the great scholar and the mother doesn't. He went to study his study circle

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910 11 one anyone

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in this young age when he was a teenager, when he was a teenager, imagine he memorized 70,000

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zero 1000. And when we say ID not just text we say text, a lot of the chain chain a lot of the text imagine 70 60,000 heavy, so you will teach us lesson one.

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And he had memorized many, many. So when the teacher was teaching and he said you know there's a heavy thing

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from this person or this person or this person from someone to hear from

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from Ibrahim

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Abu Zubaydah narrated related from Ibrahim and Nephi. As far as I know, he never saw Libya is never seen him.

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Just go check your original documents inside you. Just check it. You went back

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to some papers and we said okay, you have to wait when you say is that actually the correct version? Is?

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It probably Rocky.

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somebody's asking how old were you when

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this shows up. He was inspired. He memorized and he said you know he was from

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the age of 16. He was raised

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by a single mother row.

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classic example. You have

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a unique example. He was five, six years of age when his father passed away. He had a brother his mother's mother was played a great role in his upbringing and his

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in his position in Providence. He actually went to college with his mother

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and the young son, his other brother, after his mother and the other brother, they originally said, you know, what was his 16th? So

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I will tell you all the great amounts of money. Yes, he stated, he memorized it. And then after that he actually traveled to busca, Hoover governor or the president head off. And then he went to places like Shannon, Syria, and those areas come Stein and Jordan,

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and Egypt. And he traveled many numbers. And he said, it

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was a very, very niche. And then after that, he actually was 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 cookie now.

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This book is known to be this is what the ultimate goal is book, a scrapbook eternity environment is

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the most authentic book after the book of Allah.

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What is this book called?

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The full name of this book is

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You know, we're here in Mojave, Mojave,

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Mojave wrote a book, famous book, the charge of the book is an Jeremy Muslim.

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Move to Sony learning from a call center person anyway.

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That's the real name of this book, he named his book by this title. And the journey.

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The comprehensive

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for every, like part of this title, there's a significant why.

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Because it's comprehensive, it's like encyclopedia comprehends a lot of different topics. And Muslim, which is based on continuous change

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is a blessing to be appointed

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a short correction, which means it's a very short correction.

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It's not like a comprehensive connection, because he actually says that I've left 1000s of hidey hole, so sorry, but I did not include it in my book

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or anything outside.

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

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based on some criteria,

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and the methodology, but affects 1000s of headings, which I hate, which I fall into. But anyway, whatever he did to his book, he was very strict, very stringent, very, very stringent. He went towards his teachings, how big

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an email

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teacher once said, to the students who said, I wish that somebody knows

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how good would it be, if you would have gathered a small collection of lessons for a while, and you said, and in that time, you see the collections before him, but some of them were like, mixed with

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him, they were like saints of the Sahaba, saints of the

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mixture. So he thought that this was the intention to compile a book, a collection, that only has the heavy, the same of the Messier have a lot, peace and blessings be upon him and also in that time, there was a connection, that had a mixture of authentic.

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So he, you know, this inspired him, his teacher told him said, Look, I want I would like to have a collection of honey, that is authentic and extreme. And then after that, and this document that he says And so, he actually wrote a story, in which he was actually he saw the messenger of peace and

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he had a typo, like, you know, in his hand and he was

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kind of protecting you and you know, protecting you from fines and things like that. Yes. In terms of the dream of our time, and he said, the meaning of this,

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you will protect you will defend the Messenger of Allah instant message from lies. He said, because of this. Because of this, he said,

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this really inspired me to sort of Route and collect

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70,000 already, so not only is he doing, he's already memorized them, but from his memory from his collection is memorizing

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those between now he's carefully

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Selecting choosing his editing is choosing which IDs to include an insert into his competition, the journey of suffering, and how

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stringent methodology, extreme conditions, because he wants to only include the only insert in his collection, those heavy metal authentic

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to the extreme level

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And he says he saw that I

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got this book from 600,000 Have you not in this version statements in 600,000. From that I gathered in 16 years, how many years 16 years, approximately, you know, the number of cubbies in Mojave is about 7250 depends, different people have numbered them in different ways from say about 8000, approximately 7250, right, from 600.

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And some stuff that was in 16 years

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16 years was he was writing

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on his own, he was very, very stringent, very meticulous, very cautious, he actually went to the extreme left, ensuring the work he includes in his book is authentic. And

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to the extreme

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extreme, any possible means that we have any possible means that we have to ensure that the Heidi that comes in my book is authentic, rigorously authenticated, use that, even though I don't know like religiously, even a slider that maybe 99 point 99% is authentic. But 1% is maybe not authentic.

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Even assume

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this is an extreme, he went to the extreme,

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that was very, very authentic in the extreme. And any,

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all the possible means that he had, he did not get

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

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He will not include many conditions. And that's why the

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book is known as

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one time you went to collect a

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bit of his time, ashamed of honey, you want to collect some honey and study bugs. When he went, he was there, outside his house with his horse, his horse had Run away, run away from him, so called 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 said,

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I just wanted to call this

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so you don't have

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to take it from you.

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Don't take it from someone who lives

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alone, see?

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would want to let

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you know that

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the woman and her son was not coming. She said, Yeah, I've got some data.

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And he said, Do you really have pain? She said yes.

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If you did it, you'd because you're a great singer.

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You don't take it to something

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that is a sign of a hypocrite, or forms of nine. All forms of life, whether it's written form, whether it's a full form certificate is a forged certificate, whether it's misinformation, misrepresentation, false testimony, over exaggeration of events, all of this is full

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and simple. But anyway, he has an extreme condition where he would show he will ensure that the heavy of the message

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is absolutely authentic, very stringent conditions. And there's a lot of details. I mean, I don't really have time to go into the details. But like for example, if you want to sweat samples just so that you really

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How much of the devil this great

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individual put in connecting

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not just this high level content is a great thing. They actually put an X on the line

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starting for the companions

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used to spend in the company with the National Office, in essence, we have hundreds of these to work, you actually

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have to jump between because he was so engrossed in studying the heartbeat of the message of peace and blessings be upon him, this interim give me some examples, from 600,000. He has gathered is collecting his editing, how many 7252 insert in his book right now is narrated by one of his conditions. For example, one of one of the things is methodology, you don't have all the narration of the report, you have different levels. You have, we're talking about different levels of reporters, you have one level, the level of reporters,

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there are known as those reporters who have two qualities, we have a way you can deal with them, you know what that means? They are absolutely to the x, you know, absolute level of perfection in terms of the memory, the precision, the level of preservation is an amazing memory power, they cannot make mistakes. And number two, the second quality is continual, which means that they stay in the company of the teacher for years, right?

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We have level number one, or number one, those reporters that are what's the quality? Are we continuing what are some What does that mean? They're very powerful in their memory, they couldn't make a mistake in the precision and investing in them being meticulous. Number two, only the

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companionship with the teacher might have the memory power to a project for him to one day with it is a possibility I could make a mistake even though I am really shocked in the brain. You have another level second level of those

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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 non competitive. I have a very short

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example that I have memory power, right, and trust as a bishop here.

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But I stayed with him for years. Traveling day night all the time, there's less chance of making a mistake led to those reporters who are very sharp, but less companionship. Right The first level is very sharp non companionship level two is

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sharp, less companionship. Number three is opposite. Love companionship, but not that sharp and not that meticulous. Number four is not even meticulous not even companionship. And number five is like absolutely no mistakes, unknown people who are very high

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levels. Remember his methodology in his book is that he only took narrations from reporters from the first step. And when he didn't take someone from the second level, there was much additional support just additional, a hearing example.

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The students of

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Medina amazing individual wasn't a

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He had two categories of students. He had some students who stayed for too long learn to ask them to move to Russia all night traveling at home all the time studying with him. Like

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some students like to just come for a day from Manchester to Cardiff and then come back for the game to share his lesson

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number two hours.

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A student who studied with a sharp knife for 10 years, and so we just like happen to pass by. Now. These are both students, they're both

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both sharp. They both have what we call not very strong level of memory and precision and being meticulous in our party will only take how many of those students have been on the zoom need to stay for 6789

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And yes, contrary to the second most authentic Muslim who actually took from

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So, this is one of these methodologies and then he has so many things like sometimes you know, he has reported you have a reporter and the reason he goes so, deep in his meticulous nature and his methodology

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he takes the heavy from one one reporter

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sometimes it takes

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the reporter attention is very important, even in

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the media part because some very important

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he sometimes when this report

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here, this young reporter, he has

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to take two from him, but not the same reporter, the same report from one teacher

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reporting from another teacher from him, because he's going so deep and he knows, he can be trusted with directly from teacher aide, but he cannot be trusted when he's reporting from teaching.

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Likewise, when he used to live in

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when he was when he was in Trinidad, so anything that he learns is

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not good.

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He, he took

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the, you know, the customs, he knows the you know, the culture, you know, you're reporting from the Muslims, you know, the culture of the Muslims, you know how they are, then you take the most the reporter, but if you're 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 in that culture, right.

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

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fiery nobody would do after being so meticulous in his methodology. Finally, he says that mobile learning to cater is ideal.

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After having done all of this,

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showing the accuracy that it is like absolutely authentic, you know, we have the definition of authentic Huggies which is come through a solid, absolute continuous chain

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around you every single report is extremely authentic in the extreme. Right. Every single one is very precise in the presentation very sharp and intellectual level. And then there's other conditions of work. But anyway, after having all of that you know what he did after that? He said murder was not to feed kita was suffering he had eaten. I never faced any heavy in my book. I never included it

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in my book, except for every single heading in the sun

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I performed

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and was ready to rock I think I performed to kind of pray. We all like to talk about Islam we all like to do lectures we all like to you know, be preachers who like to preach will actually shave right and shave.

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This is this is a man imagine, even after the lecture

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before leaving the home should have prayed to

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make peace with you and peace it pleases us

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and make me happy.

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And rubbish.

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Imagine he said every single Friday

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was so late to work it was

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the heart of

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the house for marriage every time.

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Question the actual

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dream and then the genius came in what flow?

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What were you thinking about okay today thinking about him.

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You don't even need to see a green space.

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You asked

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to cry.

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And it's not only for language

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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, that's where you will go work you will come to university to study

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right, you will come anyway, but

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necessarily related to marriage. So, anyways That is

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to say, and till I was not absolutely convinced

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that this is extremely important, I did not include this in my book, this is easy to say

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whether 1250 14,500

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is how, you know, we get scared, you know, seven days, three days, whatever, how many 7000

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that's when we have the book behind me.

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You know, it's very easy for us to, but that's the sacrifice that you must put in order to bring them to us, he was very, very, very meticulous anyway.

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So, basically, the philosophy of this is this, he 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 a genuine Muslim.

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Contrary to what we see today, Muslim, right, I mean, we are not

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careful exaggeration, when we say we run things

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on the internet forums, we hear things

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enough for you to be a corner liar that you say

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you know, what,

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I was prohibited from you to say such and such said this and he said this, he said this, he said, this is just passing on information, spreading rumors.

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In the Koran, which Muslims should study deeply

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in Jericho,

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with some information to what you do,

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verify its authenticity. Don't just relay permission 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 a message on the forums.

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And nowadays, because we'll need to, you know, you just do not know this nobody knows who you are every day this is every

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you know, she comes on like she

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is Alisha for example, you know, everybody can have made as a female females have made

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

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As they

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say that which you know, in your heart, we know we are alive. We are we know.

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We know this is misinformation. We knew 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. You think you're living in a different world on Facebook and Twitter wherever you are.

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firewalls or

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switch off the machine

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then you realize where you are. That's the

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gross click on forums and Facebook.

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If we can be realized, in a way this virtual spending wasting of time, so this applies to us as well, but it applies a lot to the media's role and pushing reliving in

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old media.

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

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from the moment

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My question is do they really want to

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listen to me Do you

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know we have

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so many statements

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were the mainstream media all these different programs are normally taking me think of these programs

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the main channels

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

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how he wanted it. So we've got something in common

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counties unfortunately you will administer so

00:41:04 --> 00:41:05

it's good to be able

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to see the profits of

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both of them for character assassination starting with the prophets, every single prophet those character assassination, when you do something positive in the community when you do something good people don't like it. Even Muslims don't like those Muslims who are jealous. They don't like it as long as it hits from that race from that groups. Okay. Yeah, he's experiences

00:41:33 --> 00:41:55

because we have too many groups. You don't know you don't realize that today. He was gonna come to you tomorrow, like, you know, story of the peoples, the white, black or the red. Right? And this is like, this is this is the way you know, divide and conquer. So, all these different misinformation, taking things out of context. See reporters coming in.

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That's the major.

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They hear so much good. But they will.

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They will take parts from here and then cut and paste. If we cut and paste you know, you can see in the Quran says, don't pray.

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Don't even

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don't even come close to zero. exactly same or worse in another place.

00:42:27 --> 00:42:28

Don't even come close to pray.

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When you're in the state of intoxication that don't even come close to prayer. You take things out of context, you can think what I'm saying don't even pray during compose the prayer

00:42:46 --> 00:42:51

for Sunday was going to be those people who are going

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to be those people.

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Those who pray

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

the prayer people pray

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to carry on

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concentration in the product. So you can do the cutting and pasting. Right. This person called john Pilger

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


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this Australian left wing gentleman's jokes about media talks about

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his work as a big critic of the foreign policy of the West and the United States of America and Britain. Okay. You know, he said, 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 Americans asked them spokesman

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

What do you think our country was impression he said, I have to tell him

00:43:59 --> 00:44:11

Spanish to find actors stay here in your country for a week, every single newspaper every single channel, TV channel, every single radio station, every media outlet

00:44:14 --> 00:44:16

the opinions on the issues of

00:44:20 --> 00:44:22

results in our country.

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


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Everybody's in agreement, you know, the same message 24 hours a day. Now we have these news channels guy and BBC 24. Every single hour, the same message be given in order to build something, even if you don't believe it in the beginning, you start really

00:44:56 --> 00:44:59

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

00:45:00 --> 00:45:01

You know, in the

00:45:02 --> 00:45:06

Vietnam War, the American soldiers, some of them

00:45:08 --> 00:45:17

started propagating the communist messages, they found out that they were worked upon by Russian and Chinese.

00:45:18 --> 00:45:19

And they started selling,

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

they started selling, and this

00:45:25 --> 00:45:30

is what they saw that there was no work upon repetition. And they found this on a

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day in, day out day in day out.

00:45:36 --> 00:45:37

This group is

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they have extreme women,

00:45:46 --> 00:45:48

they, you know, they have views and they have

00:45:50 --> 00:45:55

taken out the same message is being given. Even those people who are

00:45:56 --> 00:46:00

good people just start believing in those messages. And that comes from

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

the corporate world, you know, that's what happens.

00:46:09 --> 00:46:13

advertisements and marketing. Every year you put your TV on digital,

00:46:31 --> 00:46:34

even small children don't.

00:46:37 --> 00:46:38

When I go,

00:46:49 --> 00:46:51

same message is being

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

used only the first.

00:46:55 --> 00:46:57

The prime, the British Prime Minister.

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

He says that he actually had a private chat with the editor of The Guardian. And he said no, 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 --> 00:47:19

This is the prime minister of Britain First World War.

00:47:20 --> 00:47:21


00:47:22 --> 00:47:24

He he actually invented this critical

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

document documentary. If you see a documentary on the wall, you don't see he said this, he said that he actually invented, 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.

00:47:49 --> 00:47:51

Now the Conservative Party, the party,

00:47:52 --> 00:48:02

right, which is the ruling party, is the invisible party, the intelligence manipulation of the masses, all

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

getting the same messages.

00:48:12 --> 00:48:13

If they want to chime

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in is that if that's happening,

00:48:20 --> 00:49:05

Hello, everyone. Today, I want to tell you the most powerful people telling you Barack Obama is coming to England, every single hour, the most powerful man in the world, the most powerful man is addressing the opponent, the most powerful man doing this, the most powerful man, the African Kenyan man, for you know, we try is the most powerful man in the world. You start reading this book, yes, he is the most powerful man because the messages of the messages of His Holiness to us. And that's why it has to be good, generally good people around us. Okay, so anyway, this, this was what john could say. And this is what we use a lot of different tactics. It's just crazy.

00:49:07 --> 00:49:13

To have this, some of you may have their immediate students, right, they have the straw man fallacy is true. And for

00:49:21 --> 00:49:28

those of you who don't know, straw man fallacy is when you record this record key points if I have a position, right.

00:49:30 --> 00:49:32

This person wants to know,

00:49:33 --> 00:49:49

from the media, right? He wants to refute me attack me, I have a position where he does. He takes my position out of context, and he changes my original position, and he refuses attacks.

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

That position which is not really mine. It's a distorted version of opposition.

00:50:00 --> 00:50:08

As a token York University in New York, and I'm really quite happy with the system, I mean, a

00:50:10 --> 00:50:22

great example of solidarity and standing up against all these different groups whenever there goes these sizes, the society and the Jewish society and the standard society's

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

publication and fabrication and false

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is a good example of support and strength, but this is like one of the things they said and this will

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say something

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even here in

00:51:02 --> 00:51:04

Paris, okay.

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

Okay, you know,

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

someone says, for example, that

00:51:16 --> 00:51:29

we should, we should be more generous, we should give a lot of money to the poor. So, the other person's argument is, if you just give all the money, or if you just get handouts,

00:51:30 --> 00:51:52

society will be composed now, just as he was just saying, we should be more charitable. But the second person refuting his, you know, his position, first distorted his position, changing the charitable giving handles. Now, that's an example of taking things out of context.

00:51:54 --> 00:52:14

I have an article, for example, this is just an example, about this topic. And, you know, it said, you know, these are this topic, it's in an Islamic State, this is a theoretical hypothetical argument. In an Islamic State, the Penal Law states, that if somebody's man or woman, anyone is the scenario person with all these conditions, if they were to, you know,

00:52:15 --> 00:52:16

sort of debated whether

00:52:19 --> 00:52:19


00:52:20 --> 00:52:32

not in this country, this country is never going to be, we don't want this in this country, we live in this country, if there was a mistake, which we don't have, we don't need, we don't have it. But if the word to mean this is the Islamic legal

00:52:33 --> 00:52:41

product, this is just an article that I wrote, like, five, six years ago, and the conditions of the Islamic penal law.

00:52:42 --> 00:52:43

Professors of

00:52:44 --> 00:52:53

the university can do the same thing. It's just a hypothetical. It's a, you know, it's just an academic discussion. And you know, what they say,

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

he calls to, he called for women to be stoned to death in this country, this is

00:53:05 --> 00:53:08

changing the position, this is completely changing the position.

00:53:12 --> 00:53:19

Someone says something good, they are good, and you only pick the 2% that you want to use as a

00:53:21 --> 00:53:25

champion, because, you know, if you only pick those that you want, people think

00:53:26 --> 00:53:28

that they're not, right. So this

00:53:33 --> 00:53:40

documentary, they went to so many secrets to so many different mosques and places, they must have seen 90% of

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


00:53:45 --> 00:53:47

hospital will be, you know,

00:53:50 --> 00:54:08

these things all the time for one statement that you know, maybe it's out of context, taking that out, and placing this is an extremely violent hate preacher, listen to the speech, right. Finally, on the end with this broken system, what can we do?

00:54:09 --> 00:54:23

We have to you know, we have responsibility, image responsibility, we people to know, we, we are letting other people define who we are. We are letting other people define who we are

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

the media

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

that are targeting us.

00:54:31 --> 00:54:32


00:54:38 --> 00:54:43

actually, you know, having a conservative view is no longer something.

00:54:47 --> 00:54:59

I actually said in the, you know, the poses of this conference coming up, and then invited a preacher and mentioned my name and one of the violence or whatever to hold the extra

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

In this position, he's the guy who wrote that golf he said the very idea has to be challenged because I have to you know, the converse in York actually put disclaimers and clarifications on my website. He actually said he put

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

that into the job that is

00:55:23 --> 00:55:35

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 violence hate

00:55:36 --> 00:55:36


00:55:37 --> 00:55:40

you know most most Muslims or almost

00:55:41 --> 00:55:43

anyone is wrong

00:55:45 --> 00:55:47

we know they know simple people

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

premarital * is dead

00:55:54 --> 00:55:59

simple interest is simple not simple not simple

00:56:01 --> 00:56:03

all these things are good we don't hate

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

we don't hate

00:56:06 --> 00:56:09

we don't hate or dislike or look down upon a system

00:56:10 --> 00:56:11

we don't just like a man

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

or a woman the

00:56:17 --> 00:56:29

extreme extreme positions of viewpoints that if you think that this is not allowed in my religion, he even asked the Orthodox Christians and the Jews as a single one of them will tell you that

00:56:31 --> 00:56:32

witness this is

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

even Orthodox Christians and the Jews

00:56:37 --> 00:56:42

hold the same position as Muslims do but the attack is

00:56:43 --> 00:56:45

just picking the Muslims just picking the Muslims

00:56:47 --> 00:56:52

and because the newspapers itself the media the media itself, you know, they'll

00:56:55 --> 00:56:57

give you an idea someday

00:57:01 --> 00:57:02


00:57:05 --> 00:57:05

will write a book

00:57:09 --> 00:57:11

every YouTube channel you'll

00:57:12 --> 00:57:14

see everything you will want to know

00:57:20 --> 00:57:22

because you've come from within

00:57:26 --> 00:57:27

is an extract so whatever you want

00:57:29 --> 00:57:30

to go into.

00:57:32 --> 00:57:32


00:57:38 --> 00:57:38

This is

00:57:41 --> 00:57:43

right as good as Britain's been.

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

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

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


00:58:01 --> 00:58:02

will people say

00:58:04 --> 00:58:18

we can talk about that. One thing out of the many things that we talked 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 truth.

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

We're not doing like okay, what's

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

your name?

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

This country I was not good people, the vast majority are good people.

00:58:38 --> 00:58:39

You know you have friends.

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

But the problem is again, when messages are given

00:58:48 --> 00:58:49

to people

00:58:52 --> 00:59:13

some of the things characteristics and attributes a lot of 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 the line to say my neighbor opposite me have a very good relationship and I was limited by law today. In the morning before I left Lester and your piece that is even knowing

00:59:20 --> 00:59:24

so this is good people. And he actually he told me

00:59:25 --> 00:59:27

if I was just to watch the media,

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

your property you know your relationship.

00:59:36 --> 00:59:39

You know, he has interaction with you

00:59:41 --> 00:59:43

physically as much as you can do.

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

We have tools we don't have we don't. We don't have etc.

00:59:49 --> 00:59:52

Fox News. So we do have other channels

00:59:54 --> 01:00:00

that we have a very effective means Facebook and YouTube have given us a very effective

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

To transform

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


01:00:05 --> 01:00:06

just say that

01:00:08 --> 01:00:13

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

01:00:14 --> 01:00:23

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

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

have the knowledge to help support

01:00:29 --> 01:00:43

the 100 lectures to corporations and these media outlets, make phone calls show you know not anger but do it in a polite way to show your options and you know, showing disgust or some of the things are taking place off.

01:00:46 --> 01:00:47

And just

01:00:48 --> 01:00:53

do we have to do something before just just sitting back and watching

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

today exposes the head to when it comes to what is to come to the conference. After that we do them just by case case.

01:01:02 --> 01:01:04

Today take today you might have somebody else by the hand.

01:01:08 --> 01:01:10

So really take it seriously and do something about it.

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