The Art Of Reconcillation

Omar Suleiman


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The potential for evil and evil elements to impact history is discussed, along with the importance of community in shaping the world and creating a "we" of peace. The speakers stress the importance of history and its use for political purposes, as well as the need for individuals to be productive members of a community. The segment also touches on the history of the Islamist movement and the importance of history for the umber of Islam. The segment ends with a discussion of celebrity and media coverage related to COVID-19.

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taala but bearing witness that none has the right to be worshipped or unconditionally obeyed except for him. And we bear witness that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is his final messenger, we ask Allah to send his peace and blessings upon him, the prophets and messengers that came before him, his family and his companions that served alongside of him, and those that follow in their blessing example until the day of judgment, and we ask Allah to make us amongst them, Allah him, I mean, their brothers and sisters, as you look throughout history, and you look to those that were able to change the course of history and to influence change. A lot of times you look at the hero

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upfront, or you look at the villain upfront, but you don't pay much attention to all of the elements that work behind the scenes. And sometimes, those elements behind the scenes are intensely good, and sometimes they're intensely evil. But nonetheless, they have the ability to change the course of history, for good or for bad. And Allah azza wa jal has put in us, as human beings, the potential to bring about enormous change, be it for good or be it for evil. And it's very powerful that when Adam and his Salam, the prophets lie some describe to us that moment when Adam it is salaams descendants were put in front of him and he noticed that bright shining light and Devo daddy his Salam, that one

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man that that just shown that stood out to him and out of the money his Salam saw the benefit that he would bring not just his warship, but that David that would be his Salam would bring in terms of establishing on this earth that which was righteous and institutionalizing clay of institutionalizing good with the kingdom that Allah subhanaw taala would give him an atomized Nam even dedicating or donating a few decades of his life, to dealt with it his salaam, because he was so touched, and so inspired by what would come out of his descendants that that one person shown

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and then there is also the capacity of one person to influence in an evil way. Sometimes that person is representative of an evil current and society that's going untreated. So sometimes that person is a manifestation of an untreated sickness in society. Right, and that could be the president that could be an influential spokesperson. For some, you know, for some political lobby or organization or group that could be an influencer in sports and culture, but that they are representatives of something that is far more evil in society.

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And that sickness has to get treated.

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But one thing is for sure. What we learned in the narration, is that one person can light a community on fire, or to allow could allow that community to become torchbearers. For communities that are around it and communities that will follow. It can often be just that one person. On one hand, I'll fix Natuna EMA notton Allahumma Clodagh. Pfitzner is always asleep in a community, the possibility of disunity the possibility of dissension, the possibility of things erupting is always a risk, that even the community of the Prophet peace be upon him the most ideal community that ever existed, had to deal with in their situation. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had to deal

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with Abdullah bin Obon salute one man who could embroiled the community of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in controversy, and could hinder the ability of that prophetic community to move forward if you were to look at the progress that was made from the community of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during Hadith to lift during the the the the slander of it settled the Allahu anha and the things that Abdullah bin obey Him in saloon pushed for started a trend started to current with in society, then surely a community

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that was so important

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Not just to its own world, but to the world after it as well. Surely that community would be paralyzed and struck.

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Because of that one fitna inside that stopped it from being able to give to the world as Allah subhanaw taala tasked it to do, took one person, one person starts to say some things one person starts to pass the current and the entire community is paralyzed of life, paralyzed of its goodness. That's why I don't even know I'd be thought about the Allahu Taala and who said Yamano nama Morphe satin fitna to Ashoka. He said, Well, the Allahu taala. I know that Aina mom a person who slanders an amoeba is of two types. And Amina is slander but let me he was also quoting people's words to each other. forwarding an email

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saying that you know, this person said this about you and this person said this about you. And that person said this about you forwarding one email, forwarding a text, passing words during dispute with the truth with the truth, but with the intention of falsehood with the truth, they're not telling any lies, they're truthful, and they go and say this person said this about you. That person said this about you. They're not lying, but embroiled the community, I need all the Allahu Anhu said that in one hour, they cause a fitna that takes months to put out, takes one tongue one person to do all sorts of damage to a community. And then you've got the voices for goodness and the voices of

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Now, I want you to imagine this image to think of this image, when you have two parties fighting or you've got all sorts of controversy going on, and you've got people going at it with one another, you know, just think about the the visual of the person that's in between trying to stop the fight. They're getting stepped on, they're getting hit from both sides.

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One side accuses them of being, you know, too soft. On the other side, the other side says that you are actually, you know, part of that element because you're not willing to, to act with the same level of severity as our side, they just get caught in between and are completely under appreciated, and celebrated. And usually that person that plays the role of Islam, the person of reconciling between the people is never celebrated because they're neither fully hero, nor are they fully villain.

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They're just in between there.

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And as history moves forward, their role in bringing things together

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is usually completely unrecognized. The cement between the bricks when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam described described our community, California and you should want Obama that it's like a building. And each part of it reinforces the other. The cement that holds the bricks together is not seen is not recognized.

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And it takes one person sometimes to quell all of those elements to play that role.

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Now, here's where the discussion gets a little tricky.

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There's the peacemaker. And then there's the voice of justice. Often the peacemaker, in his desire for peace at any cost, allows for the truth to be obscured. And in wanting to avoid all sorts of conflict avoids even necessary conflict. Because at the end of the day, they have conflated peace with the absence of tension, that as long as we can remove tension

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from the public space, then that's what we need to have and in that process, the truth is obscured. Then you have another person who considers themselves a voice for justice. You know, when you look through the theater of the prophets, I some everyone wants to be ometer to help Avital the Allah Hutan on everybody, everyone wants to carry the stick of Amara, but no one wants to pray that TIAMO Omar,

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everyone wants to make wrongdoers cry the way that all modeled the Allah Tada and who made transgressors and oppressors shaking their boots. But no one wants to shake and cry the way that Obama did at the thought of his own transgressions, and his own possible in justices. But everyone looks at the scene and says, I'm going to be that guy. I'm going to be the one that's going to make sure the truth is established

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and conflates the call for justice with the call for perpetual conflict brings in conflict even when it's unnecessary. And when trying to fight one injustice actually brings more injustice. Well, one current law you have a your be Mancha and evil is not changed by evil. It becomes always this fight. And we've got to always be in controversy because the truth must prevail.

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But in reality, that is not about a cause.

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It's about an ego. It's about a person.

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It's not about the cause that's being articulated. It's about the voice that's articulating the cause. And a person gets too comfortable in that role, and in the process takes the community on the right.

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So where do you find the balance between the voice for justice and truth?

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And the Voice for Peace and civility? How do you find that? Well, first of all, it's important for us to recognize that Allah has given us all very unique personalities, very unique capacities. Very unique inclinations were a collection of our experiences, the things that we went through in life shape, how we view life today. And as long as you can channel those experiences and those inclinations in a way, that you are the most productive to your community, the most pleasing to Allah, and making that quality most in accordance with the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you're doing well, the prophets lie. Some of them did not turn up or Beckett into OMA nor

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did he attempt to turn Omar into a Wilbekin he made a backup of the Allahu anhu, the best possible herbal bucket he could be, and made our own model the law, I know the best possible on that he could be an Earth man, the best possible Earth man, he could be an ally the best possible it he could be.

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You take that personality. And you are very conscious and aware of the pitfalls of well meaning well intended courses of action that you could take based upon those personality traits that you have. So yes, some people are going to inherently be more devoted to the justice of the of the situation than the peace of it. And some people will be more devoted to the peace rather than the element of justice and actually solving the underlying causes of an of a situation. But

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at the same time, the way that those to make sure that they don't fall out of bounds

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is by ensuring that the truth is never lost in what they do.

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The truth is not lost in the loudness of the voice for justice, and the truth is not lost in the quiet of that voice for peace. The truth does not get obscured. And if you look at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and how he was able to walk that fine line, it's beautiful to incidents, before he received prophethood out of his salatu salam. He knew when to employ both the profit side Salem was the youngest member to participate and healthful football, in the in the coalition of virtue that would ensure that no person is taken advantage of on the basis of having a lower status and society.

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It was the injustice of one man to another man that didn't belong to the tribe of the prophets lie Selim, that drove the prophets lie some and others to take a pledge to take a pact. Now, that was a good tension that was forced. That was a good tension that was forced, because status quo was unacceptable, because the weak were constantly exploited. Those that did not belong to the more powerful tribes were, you know, had no protection whatsoever. So when that one man raised his voice, and wrote a poem about Mecca, and embarrassed and humiliated those tribes that were masquerading as, as as noble tribes for the way that they were failing to protect the weak amongst them, it forced

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the societal change. And the prophets, I some responded to that call. And he said that if I was to be called to it, even after becoming a prophet, I would still respond to that call, I would always come to that table. If it's going to protect one elements of the vulnerable, I will come to that table, even if it's believers, not believers, whoever it is, even as the Prophet of Allah, I will come to that table for that specific cause.

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But you know what, there's another element. So the prophets lie, some there responded to the tension

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and participated in a productive way, and making sure that that healthy conflict led to a healthy resolution,

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we're not going to brush our problems under the rug again, we're going to come up with healthy solutions to this healthy conflict, because if we don't, then the problems will only perpetuate. So we've got to do something about it, the profit slice some move forward. In another situation, the situation of the placing of the Blackstone and hedge is what's

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in the place of the Kaaba, where it was in the Kaaba. I want you to understand all the dimensions of this because it's profound.

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You have a bunch of tribes and they're hesitant, as to who will put the black stone in the corner of the Kaaba, which at that time is occupied by idols inside out 100

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have idols.

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And one element of that idolatry is the self worship that those tribes had that Well, which one of us is going to be the one that's going to put the stone forward? It's silly it represents. It represents something lower about that society, that that's even a thing. But I can't even trust

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the other tribe to pick up the stone and put it in the corner of the cabinet, because that's going to somehow give them leverage over my tribe.

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So they made the decision that whoever walks through the door next that's the person that's going to do it the prophets lie some walked in. They said, I mean, Alina, the trustworthy one has come about Lena, we are satisfied when they said the prophets lie, some of the trustworthy one has come. What were they implicitly admitting about each other? That they knew that none of them could trust one another? That none of them felt safe with one another? That they knew that every one of them had the agenda of superiority of tribes. So actually some of their element of CLSA that's the first time the Prophet slicin was called. I mean, the first time they actually use that nickname of the

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trustworthy. I mean, well, Lina, we're all pleased with him, because we know he has no agenda. His agenda is the goodness of our community, the goodness of our society. That's a beautiful testimony of those people, to the prophets, I seldom, the irony is that one day the prophets lie, some will walk in that cabin and break stones.

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One day he will take down all their idols.

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But what is the moment call to the prophets lie? Some wants to address a specific ill they say, I mean, well, Lena, what's the solution of the prophets lie some, he takes his own cloak, puts it on the ground, says, put the stone on the ground, and let a representative of each tribe carry that cloak. And then place the stone together.

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The hikma the wisdom

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of the prophets lie some in that moment. Now, usually, when you come to a peace agreement, or a peace treaty, no side is really satisfied.

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Because internally, some people were hoping that the prophets lie Selim was closer to them, and that maybe he would say, well, this group of tribes, this tribe has been here longer, they do more fit the mouths of the people more service to the people that come. But they knew the prophets lie. Selim had the best interests of the community at heart. Now the prophets like some could have taken that moment to say, What's wrong with you people in the first place, fighting over who's going to put the stone but he recognized the moment that at that moment, the best thing to do was Islam was to bring people together was to show people that it was possible to compromise amongst their tribes. And

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continue continue. What he was really moving towards of toe Hades of monotheism and its implications, which would be the eventual fall of all of those other 360 stones that were in and out the calendar. There was a moment there. It took one man to solve a potential conflict that would have embroiled the Arabs for decades, that hikma of the prophets lie, some that wisdom of the prophets lie some in those moments.

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Now, when the prophets lie, some did that

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there probably would have been some younger people within some of those tribes that were looking at the prophets lie Selim like I can't believe he did that. Why couldn't he have done this? And why couldn't he have done that, but eventually, it was their voices that became irrelevant. At those moments, the voices would have been the loudest. Eventually their voices became irrelevant. And the prophets lie, some spared the Arabs of a major, major conflict. Let's get to that personality trait for a moment. The person who is always looking for the interests of the community, and is trying to build wants to be that cements when people fall apart people No, that's a person of Islam, that's a

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person who will reconcile between people that's a person that will come together will put his own feelings, his own agendas on the side, his own interests on the side, his own name on the side. And we'll do what they can to sit people together and to move forward without losing the cause. Because that's the pitfall of that personality as well. In the law, your head will look so thin. When Allah talks about a situation arising amongst the community. And Allah talks about everyone coming together against a clear transgressor and trying to bring people together. Allah azza wa jal mentions at the end that Allah subhanaw taala loves those people that reconcile that uphold justice

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in a hadith and Bharani the prophets lie some called it a fellow Savoca the greatest charity to a community is a sloth is to reconcile between people is to bring people together in a hadith and the prophets like some called a flooded ibadah. The greatest of worship is to bring the people together to build amongst the people to let that community experience its full product.

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tivity even though you won't be celebrated for it,

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because it's not about you,

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it's about something greater than you and greater than the two parties that are fighting as well. It's not about you. And you immediately should think in that capacity when things go down, how do I fixed the situation? Without losing the core of it? Without losing the underlying issue? How do I move this community forward in the most productive way? So I want to give you all an example. By the way, when we look through the history, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called Al Hassan Al Hussein, may Allah be pleased with them, and their father and their mother and their grandfather. Prophets lie Selim and their grandmother the prophets lie Selim called them say the Shabbat and Jana

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the Chiefs the masters of the youth of paradise. When we enter into a Jana May Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst them Allahumma Amin, when you enter into Jana, the chiefs, the leaders of the youth of Paradise will be at Hassan Al Hussein, may Allah be pleased with them. Now in her saying, well, the Allahu Taala and who we know his sacrifice, we know the call for justice, the out the way that are saying on the Allahu Anhu was driven to be a voice for truth.

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In the face of a situation where there were clear in justices and oppression and the Sahaba that did not want a stain on the law and who had to go forward, did not disagree with his cause, admired his passion. But we're worried about him. And we're worried about whether or not and disable the law and who would have the necessary support, as he was calling out that injustice as he saw it. And if he would be able to achieve his goals, no one could question that man's heart, his passion, what the blood of the prophets lie Selim in him and that capacity that drove him to fight against London, and he should be acknowledged and respected and celebrated in love for that.

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We don't diminish Al Hussein or the Allahu taala. No. But do you hear about how some of the Allahu Taala and who as well? Not really, what he did is not as celebrated is not and again, I'm gonna say this again, do not diminish Al Hussein or the Allah I know with what I'm about to say about it has some of the Aloha, no, it has on the other of the two masters of the people of Jana, the youth of Ghana. You think of it has some of the law I know in history, most people cannot name the remarkable incidence of an SML the Allahu Anhu or what he contributed to Islamic history and what he was able to do for society, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was giving a hutzpah

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in Juma

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and that has some of the longtime man who walked in and the prophets lie some in the midst of his hutzpah. He looked at the people that he looked at a house and then he looked at the people then he looked at it Hassan again.

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And he said about Al Hasan all the Allahu Anhu Ibni Hadassah, yet. This son of mine is a master, he's a leader. This son of mine is a leader, Allah, Allah, Allah and Usili hubbie phiaton Our Lima attain Minella Muslimeen. It may be that through him, Allah will reconcile two great armies from amongst the Muslims. Allah will bring people together through this son of mine, this descendant of mine, this leader, and has some of the Allahu Taala and know what did his son do, and how some of the Allahu Taala and when the pilaf of Ali or the Allahu Anhu transferred to him, and Hassan

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made peace

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with Hassan about the Allahu Taala and who made peace between those two armies the army of ally which was leftover in the army of more Alia

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and in the process of going to the table Yes, Al Hassan had what the Allahu Anhu followers that loved him and that did not want him to do that.

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That like those who told her same on the Allahu Anhu that we will be behind you and we will fight total has some of the Allah Andrew if you decide to fight, we will fight behind you. But he saw the interest of the community difference,

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and he had the most to lose by doing so he is the Khalifa giving up his Khilafah giving up his leadership choosing to go anonymous instead politically anonymous. Instead, it has some of the law annual became politically anonymous after that moment when he hands over the Khilafah

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as part of a bigger treaty, and you know what that ushered in the years of the golden age of the Ummah, the Muslim ummah was able to focus on growth, because it wasn't embroiled in fitna. Now most people when we look back will see a sloth and we'll see what you know it has some of the Allahu Anhu will not get the praise of an Hussein of the Allahu Anhu al Hassan was the hand of peace. Hussein was the voice of justice may Allah be pleased with them both. They both had a crucial role to play, but the prophets Allah Allah Azza wa sallam wanted the

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community to particularly take note in that moment of what it has some of the Allahu taala. And who would do, he didn't obscure the truth in the process. In fact, he tried to protect it. He did what he thought would protect it best. He moved the community forward in the way he thought best and he was driven by the same thing that drove it Hossain which was Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the benefit and the continuity of the community. They're both driven by the same motive, not by ego, not by themselves. And the same will the Allahu Anhu did not want the praise of the people, has some of the Allahu Anhu did not want the money of the people to give up to

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seemingly give up and compromise.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted us to take note what it has and will be Allah on who did to courage, make no mistake about it, that took courage, that took a lot to swallow, to go to that table and for the sake of the Ummah, say, You know what, how do we move this community forward? How do we do what's best for the Ummah at this point, have Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I want to end with this thought if they'll claim Rahim Allah has a narration from Isa Allah His Salaam is one of the acquired of the sayings of Eastern Islam Jesus peace be upon them, the sayings of Jesus peace be upon them come through what happened and when I am and Abdullah and Barak

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and Allah knows, it's not through the rigorous sonnet of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but these beautiful sayings that existed amongst the Ummah and we're in our books of tests yet they'll tell you I'm Rahim Allah quotes, resigning his Salam said toolbar in Musleh Hina bein a nasty for dunya. May Allah Subhana Allah to Allah or there's a valley of Jannah guaranteed for the Muslim Hain for those that reconcile that bring people together that play that role of cement and communities in this dunya they are the people who occupy Managua, pulpits on the Day of Judgment in close proximity to Allah subhanaw taala

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as hobble manava

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Alma carabin people who occupy humble reconciles people who will occupy pulpits, close to Allah, you know who else has that according to the Hadith of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, people of Justice will be on Manabu pulpits of light on the Day of Judgment, more vocal, more out there doing what they do. But those two acted out of the same importance out of the same motive. Out of the same agenda of pushing forth the community of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, to guide us to that which is best for us and in guiding us to that which is best for us to utilize that for what is best for the community to utilize that for what is best for the Ummah

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to utilize that for what is best for humanity. And more than all of that to utilize that for that which is best for our Africa for our here after an hour, Reckoning and standing in front of Allah Subhana Allah and on the Day of Judgment, may Allah subhanaw taala guide us to those pathways of hate and avoid or remove us from those pathways of evil. Allama Amina Kurokawa was talking about Iraq when he started listening for stuff.

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so I want to live in a castle, the brothers and sisters and fellow Ana. Tomorrow evening we will be having our second annual banquet for European Institute for Summit.

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We'll be joined in sha Allah to Allah by Dr. Jonathan Brown is a professor at Georgetown as well as director of research at Epping sister deli and we'll go ahead and brother Bashir Jones city councilman Bashir Jones, this was the only person somehow and we're talking about the wave of Muslim candidates around the country. This man as he became the first Muslim in the history of city council and Cleveland actually did tuck be it and the people shouted Allahu Akbar, and you can think about how beautiful that is in terms of the confidence that that required, and inshallah Tada. Tomorrow we'll be talking about what it means to make principled progress as a community. And it will be an

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event in sha Allah Tada, where we can really come together and hear ideas from three very different unique perspectives about what it means to make progress with our full identity, and each one of us finding that pathway to higher. So last year, I gave the last hotpot epic before our banquet and we sold out before the hotel was over. We had four seats left this year and hamdullah we have about 50 seats left from what I understand. So please do go ahead and purchase your tickets in sha Allah to Allah and BT be a part of it tomorrow inshallah you can see the flyers outside or you can just go to a peon and purchase your tickets but we'd really like to see the upper community come

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before we make our announcements I have a request for dua

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I think we all know that upside. We just found out that his dad is very six he's diagnosed with cancer and Charlotte are going to his surgery is Monday. So I would like to request the entire community to please remember him in your DUA to make a have a successful surgery and complete Shiva for him in sha Allah Tala also be there for him that you might know that he was in our community his father passed away in New Mexico his father, Noah was also passed away last month. So please remember all those who have left this world and who are sick zakat before when you leaving, please donate to the masjid for the operation. As Shaco masala mozzarella for the very intellectual

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inspiring goodbye, inshallah. We'll see him inshallah. Tomorrow we have the opportunity to hear him again. And the fundraising please support the cause for the Yaqeen institution.

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As well as we have Akena Muslim Day, November 17, I believe next Saturday, so please, this is here in Southfork Ranch, please support the event. Zach McKay Salam aleikum wa sallahu barakato