Im Muslim And Im Proud
Channel: Navaid Aziz
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I would like to take you back into history, in fact a very pivotal moment in our history as a civilization. And that was the day that the Amir, the Khalifa, Ahmed Nakata, Brody, Allahu Akbar, and he opened up and vital MK this Muslims Finally, after much time had opened it up. And as a mural mini Nomura block acaba de la Juan is on his way to Jerusalem. He has one of his closest companions, Abu Zubaydah, el amor Matura hora de la who sang with Him and obey that he looks at me.
And he says, Yeah, I mean, I've met the rulers of Persia, the rulers of the Byzantines, the rulers of Rome.
And I look into their clothing and I find it so luxurious, so pompous. And then I look at you, and then you can imagine the Lavanya with his humble clothing, with patches on it, perhaps even a few tears. And he says, Yeah, ameerul momineen. Are you not more deserving of this luxury? Are you not more deserving of this magnificent lifestyle? And then on top of the Allahu anhu, there was a term that he had coined completely This is his, anyone who says it is following his footsteps. He says, Yeah, boveda had anyone said this, other than you, I would have chopped off your heads.
He was such a merciful knights of honor. He never actually implemented this, but just to scare the people you know, to show him who's the boss. Now the point being, this is where the crux of our discussion was begin. Isaiah, Amada sobre. La Han we went on to say and to share something that needs to be written in gold, hung on the walls hung in our hearts, remembered in our minds. He said, No Coleman, as john Allahu been Islam. As a habit.
As Allah Allah, we are a people whom Allah has honored and given dignity and given respect through our Islam.
And when we seek that honor, dignity and respect through other than Islam, that is when Allah subhana wa tada humiliates us and disgraces us. And this is where I would like to bring about our topic of discussion. I'm Muslim, and I'm proud. And our teenage if you look at the climate of the world and the state of the Muslim Ummah, you would see that there are certain elements in it that make us so proud that there's a revival of Islam. People are returning back to the religion people are going through the massage that people are learning their Deen. But then you look at other elements of the Muslims, not of Islam, but of the Muslims, that they are still some of the biggest
criminals in the world. It is our countries that have the biggest oppressors. And then you try to figure out what is going wrong. Allah subhanho wa Taala, His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the whole of Russia dawn, they told us what went wrong. What went wrong was we became a nation that tried to seek respect through other than Islam. We became a people who sought money, we sought power and we sought to greed. But we left our very fundamentals, we left our principles. I want you to think about the first revelation and the second revelation that came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And the reason why I asked you to reflect upon this is because what a
daunting task, it must have been for the Messenger of Allah, to actually become a prophet, to go from just a regular man to become a prophet of Allah subhanho wa Taala and call the people to Islam. So how did Allah subhanho wa Taala instill confidence instill power inside the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so that 1400 years later, we can become proud of him. And this is the secret to becoming a proud Muslim. Proud to be Muslim.
The very first revelation Allah subhanho wa Taala gave the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was what? What was the first revelation? Oh people ekra. Read, learn, educate yourself. And then look at the second revelation that Allah subhanho wa Taala gave to the messenger of allied with certain death here. And the first the second commandment is given to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Call for under, stand up and call the people. So you see over here a strong correlation between learning and increasing in knowledge and educating oneself and then implementing that knowledge. And this, in essence, is the recipe for
becoming a proud Muslim to becoming an oma that has respect, honor and dignity. Have you ever thought about how the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gained that confidence? It was with these two concepts. And then the third commandment he was given the third commandment he was given by Allah subhanho wa Taala common Laila Illa, Allah, that stand up in the night and pray to Allah subhana wa Tada. So knowledge, action upon that knowledge, and building a relationship with your very creator. And you'll see throughout history, the bright moments in our history have been when the leaders and the Muslims have encompassed all three of these elements, knowledge, action,
and a good relationship with their very creator. So what is the essence of Isaiah what is the essence of power might and respect? It is none other than Aziz Allah subhanho wa Taala himself, one of the most beloved names to Allah subhanho wa Taala is an Aziz and that is why you see it repeated throughout the Koran so many times. And not only does Allah subhanaw taala use this name so frequently. Allah subhanho wa Taala says it explicitly, that if you desire a PSA, for the law in Isaiah to Jamia, then all Isaiah is for Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. So now us coming 1400 years later, how do we get to this Isaiah? How do we turn back to our golden age of Islam that we once
had? Firstly, it starts off by increasing ourselves in knowledge. And this knowledge that we desire and we should desire is of two categories. Number one knowledge of our very Deen itself. And number two, knowledge of the great people that have left their legacies behind in Islam. So let's increase ourselves and knowledge of this beautiful religion. Let us talk about what are some of the fundamental principles of this religion. One of the most fundamental principles of our religion is that we can proudly say that we are the only or at least one of the very, very few religions that call to true monotheism, that not only do we believe in one creator and one sustainer but in fact,
the crux of our religion is that we worship Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. And this is the most fundamental pillar of our faith, something that we can be proud with. And this was the crux message of the Quran, the crux message of the Prophet hood of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In fact, the scholars of Islam have said, if you were to choose just one theme throughout the Sunnah and one theme throughout the Quran, you will see that both the Quran and the Sunnah revolve around worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala alone.
What is another theme we find in our beautiful religion? We find the theme of love, that we are commanded to love our Creator, we're commanded to love our people. In fact, we will not enter gender until we become people who love one another. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said lanta, the whole janitor hated me no one and two main ohata Habu our I don't know kamalashila ultimo, hula hubbardton. He the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, You will never enter Paradise until you believe. And you will never believe until you love one another. So shall I not guide you to that thing, which will increase you in love for one another, spread the
salons amongst yourselves. And Subhanallah I've been to many Muslim countries, but I have never felt love like I have here in Malaysia Subhanallah I remember coming to the Islamic University of Malaysia yesterday delivering the Juma whatever, you know, you usually after the gym or whatever, you'll get two or three people coming to ask your question. But I had something yesterday that I've never experienced in my life before. And that was literally without exaggeration. Two to 300 people coming up to me saying Can I take a picture with you?
And I was like, this is the first experience. But for me what stuck out even the most was how polite the people were they would always come up so that's why they come
JazakAllah By the way, can I take a picture,
but I love the fact that the gifts, the lamps, and then when I left the university, you have all of these students and all these future leaders in sha Allah, as you're walking through the university, everyone's saying, I said, I'm on a coma, Santa Monica, Santa Monica. And I thought to myself, Subhana Allah, this is one of the great legacies of Islam that has been left behind that we wish peace with one another as we walked by one another. So one of the key elements of our religion, love for one another. What is another key element of our faith, mercy and compassion. For those of you who study Hadith, you'll notice that when you study Hadith, he or she, the first Hadith he will
usually teach you, his or her moments with dunya your hammer commands,
that have mercy upon the people of this earth, and the one who is in the heavens, he shall have mercy upon you. This was one of the fundamental components of our conduct with one another. In fact, if you look at what Allah subhanho wa Taala, sent to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with how does Allah define it? Women are so
mean, and that we have not sent your Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, except as a mercy for all of mankind. So where is that mercy today?
a key element from our faith is forgiveness. You look at Yusuf Alayhi, Salam use of an incident he was betrayed by his own brothers. He was treated unjustly thrown into a world. In fact, originally they had thought, let us kill him. But then one of the brothers said, No, we'll just throw him into a well, he gets thrown into a well, he's picked up taken into slavery. He's accused of something foul, and then he's imprisoned unjustly. And then while he's imprisoned, the people he spoke to to help get him out there, forget about him. Think about what a difficult life that is. Now, some years go by. And then he confronts his brothers again, he's in the State of Israel. He's in a state of
power. He's a minister now. He can have them exiled, he can have them in prison, he can have them executed. But what does he do? He shows the epitome of forgiveness. He says that a three by an acre Malian young Pharaoh Allahu Allah, wa who are former Rahimi that no reproach or blame be upon you today. May Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive you, for he indeed he is the most forgiving and the Most Merciful of all those that show mercy. And when was this repeated? It was repeated by the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he entered Makkah. for 13 years, he was persecuted his companions killed physically mentally emotionally abused. And then he enters McCain, the State of
Israel, doing what he could have done. Again, he humbles himself in front of the camera, and he tells the people that anybody can do that no blame or approach be upon you today. May Allah forgive you. And then all of Makkah, entered into Islam on that ASAP Hana law, showing you the power of character showing you the power of integrity, showing what wins the hearts of people showing one of the key fundamentals of our beautiful religion, forgiveness. And you can go on and on looking at the key themes in the Quran and the key themes in the Sunnah and key themes and the zero of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this will increase you in being a proud Muslim. Because how many
religions can claim that their religion is so perfect that it calls to the oneness of Allah and his worship alone? And then it calls to such good conduct and character? And then what else does it call to it calls to justice? Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Do you know who, taqwa that be just for indeed it is the closest thing to taqwa and look at the example of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during the Battle of budder. One of the first confrontations the Muslims are having with the disbelievers at that time, there was a man who was not straight in line. In fact, he was sticking out on his stomach was sticking out. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,
he took his staff, and he hid his stomach so that he would stand up straight. Someone who is courageous, someone who is brave, someone who looks as if he's going out for battle. And at that time, that man he took offense. He said, O Messenger of Allah, I want my retribution. You hit me unjustly, it was not called for. Now what is the Messenger of Allah says to them to think about the situation. They're about to go into their first battle. Everyone's on edge. Everyone, you know, is nervous, they're anxious. The messenger could have told him Look, you know, your place, get back in line. We'll deal with this later. But he didn't do that. He showed us that even in such moments when
the odds are against you. You have to be just because it is with justice that Allah subhanho wa Taala grants victory and Islam. So what did the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam do? He walks up to the man he says, here's the stuff and he lifts up his shirt. He says
Go ahead and hit it. Now what do you think this companion would do? It wasn't going to hit the Messenger of Allah, who in his right mind would do that. So the love Olive Sana, the man he bent down, and he kissed the stomach of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it shows you how even in the times of war, they weren't afraid or ashamed of showing of their love and affection for not for one another, especially the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So these are fundamental themes, fundamental characteristics that we need to live by. So this is the first element of knowledge, getting to know what our religion is truly about. Then you move to the
second element of knowledge that I was speaking about, and that is getting to know the luminaries of our beautiful faith. People who have left behind great legacies from the people who have left great legacies are Abdullah bin hawza, showing the effect of perseverance during the time of amirul momineen Omar Abdel Fattah sobre, la one, the Muslims went out to an expedition to Rome. And during that time, a group of Muslims was captured at the head of which was Abdullah bin.
Abdullah bin Hoda and his group, his Legion, they're imprisoned, now the ruler of Rome at that time, he had heard about the companions, and he had heard how literally, they were like superheroes, that these were people who during the day were out on the battlefield fighting, and during the night, they're standing up in prayer, reciting the Quran, barely sleeping, barely eating, barely needing anything from this world. And at that time, he thought, you know what, I want some of these superheroes to join me to be a part of my family to create a greater legacy for Rome. So once they're captured, the Emperor, the ruler, he didn't kill them, he didn't persecute them, but rather
he comes up to 11 for Darfur. And he says, Look, I will let every one of you go every single one of you just marry my daughter, meaning have children let from the lineage of the companions become our other superheroes. Abdullah will Hoda he remembers who his leader is. Ahmed Nakata de la Juan, the man who literally threatening to chop people's heads off. So there's like no way, you know, you could be the ruler of Rome. I don't care who you are. Omar said no, it's not happening. I can't marry the enemy of the daughter, the Emperor he's not used to hearing No, he was shocked. He's infuriated. He's very upset. He goes back to his chamber, he contemplates and dilla you know,
deliberates, take some time.
A couple of hours, maybe a day goes by, and he comes back. And he says, I'm not accustomed to hearing No. But I can understand the situation that you're in, you are seeking protection. Not only will I give you the hand of my daughter, but I will give you half of my kingdom. Half of Rome. This is one of the biggest empires at that time. He says, all you have to do is marry my daughter, and I will give you half of my empire. And I will let all of your companions go up delivering his offer. He does not even need to think about it doesn't even contemplate it. And you can imagine how difficult this is because the two biggest desires for a man or women and wealth, and here he's
getting the best of both of them. But he knows again, that this is the religion of Allah, Amato Fatah business leader, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is His Prophet, and there's a greater purpose to be lived rather than just the luxuries and desires of this dunya. He again says no to the Emperor second time.
So what does the Emperor do this time, he goes back, and he invites all of the prisoners. And this time he brings a large cauldron of hot burning oil. And I want you to imagine if you fried something, once you put the oil on the hot pan and you hear that sizzling sound, the sound of boiling oil is even worse, because it's not sizzling anymore. You're just seeing bubbles popping. And that's what's happening in this large cauldron of oil. So the Emperor he brings out all the prisoners without the love in his alpha. And he says, I'll give you one more chance marry my daughter have half of the kingdom, Abdullah whatever he says no again. So what does the Emperor do
this time, he takes one of the prisoners.
He lifts him up, and he throws him into this cauldron of boiling hot oil. all you hear is that frying sound.
And then at the top of the cauldron, you see these floating bones without any flesh.
At that time of the London preserver he starts crying.
The Emperor he rejoices he thinks he's one of the Levin has left over. But he lights up the lava and the rest of the prisoners go back to their prison.
And then he comes to a building and he says look, I can destroy all of you like this. Just
marry my daughter of Dylan Hoda, he says no, this is the fourth time and this Emperor is never heard no before. Now, the Emperor is ready to give up. At that very time, he says, look up the law. Just kiss me on the forehead, and I will let you go. What does that was set this time? He still says no, it's not good enough for him to be left free. He says, Let me and all of the companions go and then I'll kiss your forehead.
The King at that time, you know, he's upset. He's like I have there's no one want to win this event over a loss go ahead of them. He kisses him on the forehead, and the Muslims are left free. The King knew he wasn't going to get anywhere with them. A messenger from amongst them. He hurried back to America Pablo de la Juan. And he told him
that today one man freed a nation through a single case. Omar got off of onto the number in European added to the people that today one man freed a nation through a single kiss. So as a beloved Hosea comes back into Medina that each and every one of you kissed his forehead. So I want you to imagine that this legion of prisoners of warriors is coming back into Medina, who's standing on the number two welcome them, Omar who is in the masjid, the rest of the companions. And as a beloved Hoda is coming in. I'm going to blah blah blah, who kisses his forehead, and each companion there and kisses his forehead. This is a lesson in perseverance that we as a nation, we will go through trials we
will go through tribulations, but we will never break our backs will never subdue ourselves except to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that is the result of it victory. Now that man that one companion who was killed? Do you know why of the loving for that for cried at that time, he was later asked about it. He didn't cry because of pain. He cried because of joy. He said to me if I could be that companion, that I could go through a minute of pain to live in an eternity of paradise. In fact, if I could relive that moment with the amount of hair that I have on my head, meaning an enormous amount of times, I would do so because he realized that Paradise is your ultimate abort. Let's go on
to other luminaries that was perseverance. Let's talk about luminaries in philanthropy. A noble companion by the name of Alibaba sorry for the law when he was from the poorest of companions. how poor was he? He owned nothing in this world, except for two pieces of clothing, his upper garment and his lower garment. And one day the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is collecting money. She's asking people to give in the way of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So advisable Sadie. He comes to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he says, you know I only have these two clothings and he gives upper clothing and he sits next to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu
alayhi wa sallam, perhaps someone would give a bad charity so he could give it out in the way of Allah subhanho wa Taala.
And he sees companion after companion coming and they're giving money they're giving whatever they have to Atlas messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam till a time comes What about the Masada de la Juan Who? He starts crying? And he walks away.
Now why does he cry? Why does he walk away? Is he crying because he's asked to give and does not want to give? No. He's crying because he wants to give but he has nothing to give. He just has his lower garment which if he gave away he would be nude completely. It was so beautiful Allah preserve it in the Quran. Why are you on the home turf field, Amina denry has done and has an allergy to Marian
that their eyes flooded with tears, not because they were asked to give and didn't want to. But because they were asked to give and they had nothing to give. Then look at the likes of Abu Bakar rhodiola Juan, that when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam needed money, he brought everything that he had. He's asked what did you leave behind for your family? He says I've left behind a line this messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This was a generosity that was unknown before the companions and was unknown after the time of the companions, but it is a part of our great legacy that we can be proud of. And you look at the stories of the companions thereafter, and
you will see that there are many many other great examples taken example of courage of all Bara nomadic the Muslims are in an expedition and they are outside a big fortress. They can throw their arrows, nothing's penetrating. They can try hitting the door. Nothing is penetrating it. The only way to defeat and win this expedition now is if someone is thrown over the fortress, defends himself and opens the door. The companions are asked which one of you would want to do this
hands after hands are going up, but who's the first hand? It was the hand of all borrow abdul-malik. And I want you to imagine this almost as if it is, you know,
an image out of wily coyote and the Roadrunner. You know how wily coyote is always doing like crazy things, pulling himself on slingshots and catapults, and anything to catch the Roadrunner. This is what the Malik did. He got onto a catapult. He got onto a carrier port, they pulled it back, and they throw him over the fence, he threw him over the gate. Now you may think he's been thrown into the enemy, how is he going to survive? This is suicide. But look at the courage of a bar of nomadic, not only as he's thrown over, he defends himself opens the door for the Muslims and the Muslims. When that expedition, I asked my dear brothers and sisters, where is that courage? We are not in a
time of war right now. And under that Muslims are safe, we're not fighting. But where is the courage of leadership? Where are the people who need to stand up for this religion? Everyone has become so busy in their lives, so busy with the affairs of this world? But what about the affairs of the hereafter? Who is going to do them for you if you do not do it yourselves? So this is all a part of our past. This is theoretical knowledge. Let's get into our discussion of how do we as Muslims now become a powerful, mighty, respected, dignified nation. Once again, I would like to share a quote with you from the famous poet Rumi. He says, yesterday, I was clever. So I thought I was going to
change the world. Today, I am wise. So I have decided to change myself. And this is how the oma will change when each individual takes it upon themselves, not to change the world. But changing the world through changing yourself first, because this is what it is all about. This world. It consists of individuals, and up and until we fix the individuals, starting with ourselves and starting with our family members, and our closest friends and neighbors. We will never truly be able to make a difference. So it always begins with yourself first. What do you need to change in yourselves and in ourselves, we need to do everything with your son. Meaning that not only does it need to be for the
sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. It needs to be as the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam responded, when he was asked by jabril, my son, Bernie and his son, he said, Son, it is to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala, as though you can see him
and know that even though you cannot see him, know that he sees you. Meaning that your ultimate goal is to one day stand in front of Allah subhana wa Tada. And to see his beautiful face, the greatest luxury in paradise. How do you get to that state, in this world knowing and realizing that Allah subhanho wa Taala himself is watching you. So everything that you do in this world, do it with proficiency, do it with excellence. And this is why the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, quote, he been a son of recognition, that indeed, if sun excellence and proficiency has been commanded in everything, even in the way we sacrifice animals, and we prepare them to eat, we
do it with excellence, even though it is such a trivial matter. This is a son, so we live our lives with our son. Number two, is living according to the ultimate relationship we have in this world. And that ultimate relationship is with Allah subhanho wa Taala. That while you have the affairs of this world, there needs to be a counterbalance, in remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah subhanho wa Taala He created you in this world for one sole purpose, and that is to worship Him. Now, when we think about worship, we think it's about restricting ourselves to the massages, we think about the month of Ramadan, we think about Hajj. These are just small components of our
worship small components of our a bother. But a burden is so much greater. Your sleep can become an act of a bother if it's to grant you strength so that you can worship Allah, the food that you eat becomes a burden for you, if you say Bismillah and do it for gaining strength, spending your time with your family becomes an act of a burden. Because bring a smile to the face of your fellow Muslim is an act of charity. So your whole life can become an act of the Buddha. And that is what you need to focus on. If you look at the life of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, where did he get his strength? He got his strength through praying in the middle of the night.
praying in the middle of the night so that he could change the world during the day. The wife of Omar Ibn Abdul Aziz Rahim Allah, she was asked what was the secret of success for Omar bin Abdulaziz. She said he divided his day and night into two. The night was spent in being in the service of his creator, seeking a stiff, reciting Koran, making Vicar praying purely for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And then his days they were spent in the service of the people. So service in a lot night service for the people during the day, the key to success, both of them have to go hand in hand. So you while doing the affairs of this world, you need a strong relationship with
Allah because your relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala is going to be your source of strength. And the last and third point I want to share before I conclude, is that we will only become a respectful and dignified nation once again, is if we live by the principles and code of conduct of our religion. And I will share and conclude with this one story that I believe epitomizes it.
During the time of hominid Nakata, habla de la fondo.
There were two men who brought in a young boy dragging into the courthouse. Samana photogra, the Allahu anhu. He asked him, What is this? What is going on? Why are you dragging him into the courthouse? They say this boy he killed our father.
katabi asks him, did you really kill their father? The boy says, Yes, I did kill their father. But it was by accident. My camel used to tread on their property. So one day, their father took a rock and hit the camel in the I and I saw the camel suffering. And it made me in furious and aggravated. So I took a rock and I threw it at the Father. It hit him in the head, and he died.
Somebody mahatama della, when he asks the two brothers, Will you forgive this young boy for this accident? They say no, we want to sauce we want retribution.
So maryborough Katara de la Han, who he asked the young boy, do you have any last words any last wishes, any last requests? And the young boy says yes, my father passed away, and I have a younger brother.
And my father left some money behind for my younger brother. I would like three days to go and retrieve this wealth in the face from a hidden place so that I can make sure my brother gets it when I die and pass away. Some of them are hooked up. He thinks this boy is making up the story is a boy What are you talking about what wealth what father? What young brother? The young boy, he says Trust me.
He says okay, I will trust you. But find a guarantor for you. Someone who will guarantee that you will come back. The young boy he looks around, there's a packed courthouse. Will someone not help me today? And everyone as the boys look around, they turn their face away, they turn their faces down. No one wants to help this boy. Then from the back of the courthouse, a hand races up, whose hand is it? Abu Dhabi Faria, rhodiola Han, the noble and illustrious companion who gave Dawa to so many of the tribes. He says, I will be the guarantor of this boy. Now I understand what it means to be the guarantor. Meaning that if this boy does not come back, it is the head of Abu Dhabi Ferreira de la
No, that will be chopped off that he will be killed. Abu Dhabi Friday, he says I will be the guarantee. So the boy goes away. The first day goes by the boy is nowhere to be seen. The second day goes by the boy still nowhere to be seen.
As time comes on the third day, the two brothers go to the party or their loved one. And they say come with us to the courthouse. It is time without all the failure of the law. No says I will come to the courthouse but the day does not end until Margaret so now without all the parties walking through Medina with these two brothers that are going to the courthouse and the people of Medina are following behind them all get into the courthouse to see what is going to happen. It is now the talk of the town. You can imagine minutes are going by the courthouse is filling up. The anxiety is building up will that'll fit have his life sacrificed for the mistake of a boy and literally minutes
before the turn of salado Muslim, the boy rushes in. People are now shouting they're you know, happy. They're wondering what's going to happen. You know, will everyone be forgiven? Will everyone be happy? What's going to happen? So the boy comes in the band for mogilev hasn't gone. Amerigo katapola de la Juana he asks the boy oh boy, why did you come back? I did not send a spy behind you. I did not send anyone to follow you. What made you come back?
He said that I did not want anyone to say that a Muslim gave his word and did not fulfill it. So I came back, Amara, Masato, he turns to a Buddha. And he says, All Buddha's are, what made you want to be the guarantor of this boy.
He says, I saw a Muslim in need. And he did not want anyone to ever say that a Muslim was in need, and no one was there to help him. So I raised my hand, he is going to
the two brothers. They say when we have people like this, how can a Muslim ask for forgiveness, and no one be there to forgive him? So they forgave the boy, and the boy was forgiving. This was the legacy of Islam. This was the code of conduct. This is why during the Obama Fatah, they were able to reach the border of China all the way to the south of France, because they had strong relationships with Allah. They did things with their son, and he lived with the code of conduct of Islam. And this is when Allah subhanho wa Taala will restore the eyes of this nation and will make us once again proud of the great legacies that have had been left behind in hopes that one day we will be called a
great legacy. My dear brothers and sisters,
it is a time where we need to stand up and begin with changing ourselves and becoming proud of who we are as Muslims, believers in Allah worshippers of Allah, followers of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. reciters of the Koran, people who pray five times a day and they do it with honor, dignity and respect. I pray that Allah purifies our hearts and cleanses them and fills them with ebern and restores our great legacy starting with us today that with this conference, we begin to change for the better, so that it can be said that in Malaysia, there was once a people who did things where the sun they had a strong relationship with Allah and they restored the great
legacy of Isaiah, beginning with Malaysia. A lot of my mean was that armonico to la de la katsu