Jummuah Khutbah 12-05-2014
Channel: Omar Suleiman
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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh
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rocky but you heard in Amarillo taco la Kulu. Poland studied your local Arma Allah con, well you have come to know back home one a nuclear Allah Allah rasool Allah Who *a defesa Fosun Alima from my bed we begin by praising Allah subhana wa Tada declaring his oneness and declaring that no one has the right to be worshipped or unconditionally obeyed except for him Subhana which Allah and we asked him to send his peace and blessings upon His Messenger, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam, his family, his companions, and those that follow until the day of judgment and we ask Allah to make us amongst them Allah mean, their brothers and sisters, usually when people become more powerful in
life and when people start to have more means in life, when people have more money in life, when people have more followers in life, if they are an authority or if they are a public figure, when people have more friends that they think that they can depend on, usually there is a natural tendency to stop depending as much on Allah Subhana Allah to Allah and, and to start to not only take pride in the means that Allah subhanaw taala has provided to you, but to actually start to depend on them. And what's fascinating about the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that his telecoil in Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, his trust and Allah Subhana Allah to Allah did
not diminish as he became more powerful
I think his salt was salam as he went from running away from Mecca in the Hijra during the migration from an assassination attempt to being an authority in Medina. And then obviously as time goes on and Medina not only being an authority, but being a very powerful authority, I think his Salatu was Salam. You know, bringing much of the world under the banner of Islam having followers that adored him in a way that that no other king no other ruler would have. The prophets lie Selim his Toyko stays the same his trust in Allah Subhana Allah to Allah stays the same. And so you find the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the cave with Abu Bakr, Siddiq, Radi Allahu Anhu as they are making
that his luck. And what's fascinating about that is that throughout this journey, everything that Abu Bakr to does, instills confidence in the prophets of Allah Allah He was salam upon Abu Bakr or the Allah Tada I know, I will record all the Allahu Anhu throughout the hijra, he shifting from the right to the left to in front to behind the prophets of Allah Allah He was salam and when the Prophet slicin I'm asked him why he says because he also Allah every time I think an enemy might come to you from that direction I jumped there then I think to myself well now he's vulnerable from the right so I jumped to your right then I think now he's vulnerable from in front of him, then I
jumped to in front of him, then behind him, and so on so forth. But when the prophets of Allah it was salam when it's all said and done, one also knows why Salam and Abu Bakr a study called the Allah Tala and who are in that cave together, and those that are trying to kill them are right at the mouth of that cave, who is the one that comforts the others. The other end says in Allah Anna, Anna, there is no reason to be afraid because Allah is with us. What do you say about to Allah is the third of them and Allah Subhana Allah to Allah is with them. Also asked why Salam is the one who's instilling that confidence and a bucket of study called the Allah Tada. And that certainty in
Abu Bakr Radi Allahu anhu, though the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is really their main target, I will break it all the Allahu Anhu is just there, he just happens to be there. But there was that strong sense of tilicho that strong sense of reliance upon Allah subhanaw taala that even when the prophets lie Selim is in that most vulnerable moment, he still knows Allah Subhana Allah to Allah is with us. Nothing is going to happen to us. Likewise, we see that also was nice to them raised his companions in that way. Where it you know, it'd be thought of all the low tide I knew who was placed in the bed of the prophets of Allah who it was salam as the prophets like Selim, went out
during the Hajj. It is the one who sleeps in the bed of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
Rasul Allah say, Sam is aware that there's an assassination plot. There's an assassination attempt coming, Ali is very well aware. But it'll be a long time as he's laying in that bed, and they come charging upon him about to kill him thinking he's the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, and it'll be a long time and who was sleeping and I needed the Allah I noticed that I never had a better night's sleep than I did on the night of the Hizbollah spotlight, I mean, going to sleep knowing that seven men are gonna bust in on me with spears in their hand to try to kill me. I need all the alone time. I mean, the narration says I need all the alarm, I know actually was snoring. He was knocked out
cold sleeping. Why? Because he had such firm trust in Allah subhanho wa taala, that they're not going to be able to do anything to me it also lost lice and I would not put me in that spot. Allah would not order the Prophet slice of them to put me in that spot, had he not been in protection. So sallallahu alayhi wa salam and had I not been under the protection of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah. And this, this trend continues also last by Salam in the Battle of bedeutet. Knowing with full certainty that Allah subhanho wa Taala will provide and that the protection is there as of how to like usually, you know, when you read and especially when you're looking historically at leaders and
authorities and emperors and kings, usually when a battle takes place, the king just sits back. Right? If you study some of the famous conquests, the famous blue hats, that you know, the king of the other army would be sitting back had been jurists, for example from the Roman sitting back and actually having you know, women fan him as the battle is taking place. Kings didn't used to participate in battles. They used to sit back, but also lost bison and didn't have that insecurity. The profit slice didn't you know, think to himself well, I'm gonna stand back oh my companions because you know what? If I died then Islam is in trouble. If you guys die, it's okay. You'll be
Shahadat, but the religion will continue. I'm gonna know how probable the Allah Tada I know what does he say? says when it used to get really hot in the battlefield, and we'd be sweating and drenched in sweat and we were exhausted. We'd hide behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, meaning the prophets lie some was in the thick of it. I
Absolutely no fear whatsoever, you know, not throwing his followers around without us even inhabit. Who says that and this is a Hadith from Jabra and I'm delighted the Lord taught me that once the Prophet slicin was taking him up and he had his sword hanging from a tree and gold us even had it. He grabbed the sword and he stood over the profit slice sentiment. He said, Yeah, Mohamed many have now come in me. Oh Muhammad, who's going to stop me from killing you? The profit slice and I'm didn't panic and say, Where's everyone? Where's Rebecca? Where's it been? Massoud? I thought they were watching me. He didn't start to look around and panic. He looked at Hoda and he said Allah,
simple as that. Laura was so stunned by how much calm I mean the prophets lie some didn't say it in a quivering voice for some Muslim said it as if there was not a fear in the world Allah Allah is gonna protect him vote off was so stunned that he dropped the sword and the province lice and I'm picked up the sword and he put it on the roof and he said many I'm now coming in and who's going to protect you from me now? And he said, Yeah, Muhammad Kincaid
said Oh, Muhammad, just be you know, be noble, be generous with me. And the prophets like some let them go. The point is, is that law school law say salams trust in Allah was unshakable, no matter what his circumstances were. He fully understood and grasped the concept no matter how many followers were around him, no matter how powerful he became, that the only one who could allow harm to come to him at the end of the day is ALLAH SubhanA. Allah to Allah. So why live my life in paranoia, or whatever? Probably Allah Tada, I know the same thing. This was an attitude that was instilled in the sahaba. I want you to think about any ruler in the world, let's say a righteous
president or prime minister, or a dictator or a tyrant, you know, who amongst them doesn't have bodyguards. Right? Are there you know, are people protecting them? 24/7 or whatever the hell probably a long time that I know, is the most powerful man in the world as the Khalifa. And Hermoza comes from the Persians and he's a pompous man, because the Persian rulers were pompous, in the way they carried themselves. They had, you know, huge, lavish palaces, they had multiple guards with them all the time. Hoda Mazon used to have 600 guards at a time. Okay, so these person rulers, we're used to having multiple guards. But when he goes to Medina, and he looks for him, I'm gonna follow
the law. And where does he find him, he finds him taking a nap out in the open under a tree, with the shoes under his head, in broad daylight with no one watching his back. And he's so shocked that that sight because he's never seen anything like that. And he says the very famous beautiful words have come into that delta for Aminta, fun into you rolled and you're ruled with justice. And so you were given a sense of security. And Allah subhanaw taala gave you this ability to sleep in the open enough to worry about anything. Now, this attitude, obviously, is something that, you know, we're not, you know, my goal of this course, but is actually it's going to take a different direction in a
moment because I'm not here to talk to you about not fearing, you know, people in the sense that not fearing those enemies of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah and things of that sort. It's far greater than that, is that we live in a day and age where people live in absolute paranoia all the time. We're paranoid in regards to everything in life. And when we become paranoid, and when we become scared of everything, then we become unethical. So we stopped saying certain things, or we start saying things to appease because we're afraid of pressure, we're afraid of people saying things to us, we start to cheat at times, right? We start to we start to blame other things for our own shortcomings and
failures. Right? So when something happens to me in life, I don't look at myself, I don't say, well, maybe I need to correct things with me and Allah subhanaw taala, you start to say, well, that person was looking at me and that person is always out to get me. And they're there to hurt me. And they're there to do this. And everything, you know, is against me, and everyone is against me, you start living your life in paranoia. And that's not befitting of a believer who trusts Allah subhanho wa taala. And who has to call in Allah subhanaw taala. Not in any phase of life. Right? You know, let's not go out and pray in public because we don't want the non Muslims to see us. No one told you you
couldn't pray. No one told you that there was a problem with you praying in public, you know, subhanAllah I may have even shared this from the month before here. But I remember there were a group of brothers that told me that they were in an airport one day and Salah time came and they all prayed sitting down because they didn't want to pray standing up because they figured if they pray sitting down, they'd attract less attention. Now take it from me. You know, my second home is the airport. As of how you can pray anywhere even in DFW where you have a chapel in every single terminal. You can pray anywhere and
99% of the time, no one's going to ask you or say anything to you. In fact, no one has ever said anything to me while I was praying in an airport. But this natural insecurity and fear of, well, we can't pray outside, we can't pray in public. Let's just pray sitting down. And so they go and they sit and they pray sitting down. And guess what? TSA comes to them.
And TSA asked them, What are you guys doing? I mean, can you imagine eight people sitting in their chairs doing doing this? Like now that looks weird? We've never seen that one before. So TSA agent comes down and says, What are you guys doing? They said that we're reading scripture. That was the first answer that brother gave. He said, We reading scripture and the brothers not here. He said, we're reading scripture. And he said, What do you mean reading scripture? What religion is this that you follow? He said, Well, it's not. He said, Oh, why don't you pray like all the other Muslims pray? I said, how to live. That's what you get, you know, you belittled yourself. And so Allah
subhanaw taala caused you to be belittled. Right? A TSA non Muslim agent is teaching you fear of Salah because you didn't do what you were supposed to do because you were afraid. You had a paranoia inside of you, which represents a lack of trust in Allah subhanaw taala. I'm not saying to anyone be reckless, but who told you can't pray? Who told you you can't be Muslim? Who told you that you have to hide everything Who told you that you always have to be so paranoid? That's not a healthy characteristic. It's not a healthy attribute. And it's not one that's befitting to a believer lost parents out of what does he say in the Quran? In surah Comala. Fellow Holly Bella calm if ALLAH
SubhanA wa Tada is supporting you, then no one can overcome you were in your LUCAM And if Allah abandons you, who's going to help you after Allah after Allah subhanaw taala. Right, who's going to come to your aid if Allah subhanaw taala has abandoned you? What that shows you is again, keeping your connection strong with Allah Subhana Allah to Allah is a direct means of actually bringing protection in your life. Right? When you start to conceive that fear inside of you and you are an insecure person, Allah azza wa jal might just let trials come your way just to wake you up. And just to remind you, like he did that group of brothers, when you have that insecurity inside of you,
that's your problem. Right you need to strengthen your connection with Allah subhanaw taala now the different direction that I want to take here I want to move it to another you know, it's not just non Muslims we don't need to fear the system we don't need to fear the government we don't need I'm not talking about that that's not the goal of today.
I want to share with you all a story that you might not find relevant to this entire discussion. I'm I'm hustling and bustling Rahim, Allah to Allah was one sitting and three people came to him complaining about three different misfortunes in life. Okay, complained to him about a lack of rain in their area. So they were suffering from drought complained to him it'll be a long time about poverty, complained to him about family difficulties, difficulties in conceiving and so on so forth. And he responded to all of them with one word.
seek forgiveness from Allah, the stuff that Allah buck, seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala now when they asked him I'm hustle and bustle Rahim Allah, why is it that you responded with Stefan every single time? You know what he responded? He responded by saying because knew how to use Scylla What does Allah Azza Just Say No honey Salam said call to stop the robber come in who can have a fella you see the summer it come with rara William did the Combi and while in what the nene while your janela come Jana tin wire Jana come and Hara new hurry Salam told his people seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala as a result of your seeking forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala rain
will come, money will come children will come so on so forth. Now it's not to say that everyone who suffers from poverty is being punished by Allah subhanaw taala and needs to seek forgiveness from Allah Subhana Allah No, that's not to say that is not to say that everyone who's childless is being punished by Allah subhanaw taala No, absolutely not. Some of the Gambia could not conceive or have children. They certainly were not being punished by Allah subhanaw taala Is that to say that anytime a people suffer a drought or a famine, Allah is punishing them no, I'm going to be a photographer the Allah and almost died in a Blake. I'm Ramada he almost died and many of the Sahaba died in you
know in famine and in plague and in drought and so on so forth. It took place so it's not always the case. What is the point that Imam has an embassy Rahim Allah is making when they come to him I'm hustling Abbas Rahim Allah, He could have easily said, Well, you know, do you have a sister? Yeah. Did she put the evil eye on you?
Maybe you should go talk to her and tell her not to put the evil eye on you. Right. He didn't start to put the blame on outside circumstances. It's like when everyone has an issue with their marriage. What did they do? Say?
You know Allah azza wa jal talks about it in the Quran, magic the shale clean and so
of Saudi Arabia, and it has Sudan. They put magic on the people and so on so forth. You only mourn unnecessarily, you know, this is what these people do. And this is what what's happening, it must be said, you know, I can't get along with my wife or my husband, because either he's possessed or she's possessed, or we're both possessed, or someone put a spell on us. And there is no possibility whatsoever that I'm just not being a very good husband, or that I'm not being a very good wife or I'm not making a better effort. It has to be someone did something to us, and something else is happening to us, and someone is harming us. And that's also not appropriate, because the Prophet
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to have been above so the Allah Allah, wa alum and an ohmmeter low estimate Allah, Allah and young Pharaoh kabhi Sheikh let me unfettered could be she Illa what what God cutterbar hola hola know that the people the entire Ummah if they were to gather together to benefit you with something they cannot benefit you with anything unless Allah has written it down for you. Why don't watch them on annual the Roca BC lamjao rule can be seen in law aka cassava, Allah, I think and if they all gathered together to harm you with something, they would not be able to harm you with anything unless Allah has written it down against you. So when you as long as you
your relationship is good with Allah subhanho wa Taala then you're okay you're protected. The goal is not to deflect upon other people the goal is to take responsibility seek forgiveness from Allah right your relationship with Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, not only say something else or someone else or this will happen or that will happen and people live their life in absolute paranoia all the time. Allah is greater than hasit Allah is greater than the evil light. Allah is greater than the shape on even the shape on in the body Lisa luckily him so far in law men and tobacco and alcohol we you have no power, power or shape on over My servants. So what did the prophets lie Selim Say? Said
lots of Cebu Shavon don't curse the shape one. Why wouldn't I curse the shape one? Right? Well, Aslan Marone. Right. He's already cursed by Allah Subhana Allah shape on a regime. He's a curse devil, because the prophets I send them says when you do that Jakubowska
he becomes puffed with pride hotelier zero Cal Bates until he becomes bigger than a house and there's deep symbolism into this idea of him becoming bigger than a house right becoming bigger than your home. You puff him up with pride. You let him know that he has control over you that He can hurt you and that you're afraid of him.
You're afraid of him the profit slice and I'm said instead say Bismillah instead say In the Name of Allah, because when you say that a shape on yes slaughter the shape on become small headsail. Cyril can do whatever, until he becomes smaller than a fly. Because he realizes he wasn't able to disconnect you from Allah, you trusted Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, I'm not afraid of you. I'm afraid of Allah. If I'm okay with Allah, you can't do anything to me. You can't do anything to me, not the shape on not the people, not any tyrants. Not any evil is not even a person in front of you with a knife, they cannot harm you. If you really do have that telecoil on Allah subhanho wa Taala
you really do have that trust in Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, you are not supposed to give people too much credit to where you think they can hurt you to where you think they can harm you. You know, you are supposed to connect yourself to Allah in a way that you don't care, that you feel free of those concerns, that the only thing that should concern you is whether or not you're living up to the standard that Allah subhanaw taala has set for you. So when things go wrong in your life, you don't sit there and try to blame everything else and try and start acting in fear and acting and paranoia that other people are other this or that and this know when things go wrong in your life,
the only thing you connect your heart to is Allah Subhana Allah to Allah. And if your heart is connected to Allah and you're in a state of its default and something still happens to you, then you realize that that has happened to you by the permission of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah and that is better for you.
You don't waste your time dwelling over it. You don't think that anyone has been able to overcome the color of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon you has been able to overcome the decree of Allah subhanaw taala upon it, Allah azza wa jal let this happen to me, not the people did it to me, Allah let it happen to me so that I could wake up so that I could have a greater reliance upon Allah subhanaw taala because your trust can never be too much. And your fear of Allah can never be too much. And the irony of it all is the more that you fear a lot the less you fear the shape and the less you fear the people it's not that you don't fear the delusions of shape on no but you
realize that Shavon only gets you when your relationship with Allah is weak and the people can only harm you. When your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala is weak or Allah azza wa jal desires something else out of that desires, another outcome, but you are not constantly living in paranoia. The other myth, the other improper placement of Tilak could hear is whenever something happens to you as a result of your own doing and then you say I'm having to work Quran Allah subhanaw taala I'm gonna trust Allah subhanaw taala you commit one against someone, you commit oppression against someone you wronged someone and then something's gonna happen to you. And you say no, I trust the
loss of Hana hotel. No, you need to deal with what you've done. You need to rectify the volume, right? I cheat on my taxes and the IRS comes to my house. To what could Allah Allah, right, I'm trusting Allah subhanaw taala you act like an angel you shouldn't have cheated on your taxes, right? Take responsibility for your actions as well. And don't constantly blame the outside world and don't constantly try to deflect things and only used to let cool as an excuse for your laziness or not doing your own due diligence or for your own volume or your own oppression, or your own wrongdoing. Rather, connect yourself to Allah subhanho wa taala. No matter what your circumstances are, no one
can benefit you except by His permission. No one can harm you except by His leap. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to protect us from every harm and from anyone or anything that wishes us harm. And we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, to protect us from ourselves and from the evil doings of ourselves and the whispers of Sheikh bomb and from leading ourselves on a path of destruction on a path of his displeasure, which would bring about our ruin. Allahumma Amin Akula, Cody Harada was stuck to La Jolla comedy certainly must have been first stuck in a who will follow him.
hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa are Guan Illa Allah Vall Amin when kiba to chicane Allahumma salli wa salam, wa barakaatuh Abdi kala silicium Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam while only he was looking to sell him to see him and Kathy after brothers can move forward and charlatan as much as they can for the last few minutes of the hotbar if you can make space inshallah for those that are coming in.
The brothers and sisters, as I said, this is a broad topic. And at the end of the day, the atmosphere the attitude of the companions of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was one of courage was one of bravery was what was one of freedom from the from, from the thoughts, the bad thoughts that people can harm them. And that connects them to Allah subhanaw taala and also allows you to live a happier life and also put you in a situation where you take responsibility for your own wrongdoings in life and you don't blame and deflect everything upon Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, I want to end with with a thought. And this is something Subhan Allah if you if you look and
the lives of the prophets are full of these examples. Now keep in mind here, the prophets of Allah were were obviously on a different level and they were doing a job that would necessitate the protection of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, Allah azza wa jal still at times, allowed them to be martyred. Right is that already it is Salam was martyred. Yeah, he already has Salam was martyred. The irony ALLAH SubhanA, Allah to Allah subhanahu Yeah, Allah named him Yeah. Which means life. And Allah subhanaw taala says, was Salam wa Alayhi OMO Lydia yo Mejia moved to Wyoming you guys are here and peace be upon him. The day that he is born, the day that he dies and the day that he is
resurrected once again and then you see it from the outside and yeah, he it has salaam John, even in Christian tradition, John the Baptist was beheaded. And you say our oath of Allah. That's not Salam. You would think that's not peace on a day of death. But Allah Subhana Allah Allah said that it was peace, Allah azza wa jal did not allow his enemies to overcome him. Allah subhanho wa Taala brought you here to a better place to his center. Eliza Jen gave you hey, I need to set up something else that is beyond our human comprehension. But it's not like Allah azza wa jal suddenly lost control of the life of your hair. It has Salam, O Allah subhanaw taala has suddenly lost control the life of
or that in the case of use of Alayhis Salam, right Allah azza wa jal you know, something went wrong. There was a wrinkle in the story that was beyond the khadar of Allah subhanaw taala beyond the decree of Allah subhanaw taala constantly Well, Allahu volleyballs Allah, Allah azza wa jal was always in charge. Allah subhanaw taala was always protecting him, and Allah was always watching him and just think about this, though his brothers threw him to the bottom
overwhelmed, and thought that they would get rid of him by putting him in the bottom of a well, Allah azza wa jal allowed Yusuf alayhi salam to sit on a throne while his brothers prostrated to him.
At the end of the day, Ian soracom Allah if Allah Subhana Allah to Allah is on your side, cut out hottie but no one will be able to overcome you. No one will be able to harm you live your life in a way that Allah azza wa jal would be pleased with you seek forgiveness from Allah subhanho wa Taala and do not give too much importance to other people cite upon you on what other people can supposedly do to you, or what the Shavon could do to you. As long as you are living an ethical life and connect it to Allah azza wa jal, no one would be able to harm you. Once you have that fear of Him alone, then you then you live your life in accordance with what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam taught a life of courage, a life of bravery, a life of happiness, a life of self security, a life of not feeling inferior, a life of depending only upon Allah subhanaw taala and from the freedom of the fear of other people we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to protect us and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to be pleased with us and we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, to elevate us and we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, to put us in his position in a situation that is most pleasing to Him, to guide us to those actions that are most pleasing to Him and more than anything else to allow our hearts to always be guided to where they are always only in all of him subhanaw
taala a lot more fit in what we need or not. When Muslim you know what a Muslim and even homeless and what in Nicosia, me or on curry booty was there what Allah Hama Freeland, our Hannah, why for Anna whether to add Dibner urbanna Valentina and fusina were in Nam tougher Lana will top Hannah, Lana Coonan the middle class in Allahumma Yohana Yeah, I'll leave Yeah, I'll go for ya Rahim. Yeah, as easily Yeah, Allah in the Capital One Two Hibbeler 454 and five for ANA Karim Allah Allah fairly widely. Dina Robert hum. Whom I came out of bonus era. I've been a habit and I'm in as well as you know the reality in our karate Aryan or Johanna Linwood subpoena Imam along with sort of whining and
most of our fina FEMA shout it to the abdomen Arabia Allahumma Israel it's number one Muslim in the lush Sitka with Mushrikeen with them there are the deen Allah Allah killed blood Amina with vitamin origina with one and I mean beanie him certainly mean rebelled Allah in the lie a little bit I deal with Ehsaan what Eater is in Cordoba Lionheart and in fascia you wouldn't want to carry well belly or the commoner Allah come to the Quran. First Quran Allah has gotta wash Kuru Varna Nana, is it luck? What are the Corolla Akbar? Allah Haryana toss in our own welcome salah?
Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar eyeshadow La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasool Allah. Hi yah ano Salah
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Shala Tyler after the Salah please remain seated inshallah Tada we have some very very important announcements so inshallah Tada I trust that everyone after the Salah would remain seated Baraka Luffy
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Your brothers and sisters one of the things that the Prophet slice I'm one of the descriptions of him was that masala spice that I'm used to give without fearing poverty. So this also does obviously connect to our hutzpah and in a meaningful sense not in a superficial sense sadaqa is a means of displaying that trust in Allah subhanaw taala you know, we have our big fundraiser in sha Allah Tala for this message coming on January 31. Inshallah, which we're expecting everyone to participate in, that's going to be at the convention center, but the operation fund of this account of this message, it needs your help as well and I know you've heard that over and over again and I know maybe you
give a little bit every single week but inshallah Tada if this week, you can increase that inshallah Tada as much as you can. Because this is a very important step a very important states for our message a lot of times whenever any institution is focusing on a new projects, they tend to become a little bit neglectful of their existing expenses and existing projects. So please, inshallah Tada. Everyone is requested to dig deep in their hearts and shelter. There's not going to be any big fundraiser here. I'm not going to ask any