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The conversation discusses the upcoming return of Islam to the United States, with speakers emphasizing the importance of protecting one's institutions and community. They also touch on the success of the Prophet sallal and the upcoming election, as well as the importance of humility and not just recognizing one's success. The conversation ends with a mention of a news announcement about the upcoming election and a presentation on upcoming events.

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Lima from my bed. We begin by praising Allah subhanaw taala and bearing witness that nun has the right to be worshipped or unconditionally obeyed except for him.

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And we bear witness that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa Salam is his final messenger, we ask Allah to send his peace and blessings upon him, his family, his companions, and those that follow Him until the Day of Judgment, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make us amongst them. Lama Amin, dear brothers and sisters, I'm going to actually give you the message of the filter. But before I even start to go into the stories and the examples from the theater of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The message is a simple message, and I'll repeat it periodically throughout. Islam is bigger than us. Islam is bigger than mean, Islam is bigger than you. Islam is bigger than every volunteer. Islam is

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bigger than every person who works. As an employee in an Islamic organization. Islam is bigger than every preacher. Islam is bigger than every activist Islam is bigger than every community. Islam is bigger than every institution that aspires to act and its name, Islam as bigger. Why do I want to start off with that? There are many incidents that we see from the seed of the prophets lie some that many of us have heard that are familiar and we don't necessarily derive that particular lesson from it.

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The very famous incident when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was passing away, and he looked out of his window into the masjid. And he saw the people praying, austere on that Monday and his face lit up sallallahu alayhi wa sallam McKenna watch her who what are called almost half as unassailably low and who said his face was as bright to best some Allah he can he smiled and laughed, and his face was as bright as the page of a copy of the Quran.

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And why did he smile, seeing the Muslims praying, seeing that he invested in people and they embraced his message, and that there was going to be a continuity of that which he instilled. The people starting to get excited and starting to turn around towards him. SallAllahu and even some that's not what made him smile. In fact, that's what made him close the curtain. What made him close the curtain was that he was afraid that him continuing to look on and smile would distract them from their prayer. So it was more important to him sallallahu alayhi wa salam that it continued, that the prayer continued, and that the institution that he invested in, continued. This is a man or lady

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salatu salam who gained the supreme love of his followers. But even though he gained the supreme love of his followers, he instilled in them the spiritual maturity, that they understood that the reason why he was sent had to be upheld, and so even after he passes away, sallallahu alayhi wa salam, those people who loved him so much that they were paralyzed upon learning about his Deus understood that they had to appoint a Khalifa and continue, continue moving forward before they even bury the prophets, Allah, Allah Azza wa salam, that there had to be continuity that the institution that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam built the community that he established all of that had

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to move on after him. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam not moving on from him. We never move on from his sunnah. Imam Malik Rahim Allah Allah said that the Sunnah of the Prophet sly Salam is Noah's Ark. It is the Ark of Noah highly his salaam, the Safina of no huddle

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Sadam, those on board will float and those who abandon ship will sink. So we stay connected to him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but he knew that he had to invest in something bigger than him SallAllahu wasallam and his selflessness was that it not what mattered was the continuity.

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What mattered was that it would move forward,

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that it would always be more than just an emotional attachment. That the cause that he was sent with SallAllahu and he was salam was even bigger than him. Even though he is of its foundation. He knew it sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it was the same understanding of Ramadan barbital the Allahu Taala and who went oh my god, the Allahu Taala and who became the Khalifa, and he replaced Khalid Dibner worried as the commander of the army, even though Khalid is at his peak, while the Allahu Anhu never lost the battle, but Amato the Allahu Taala and who did not want people to start thinking that success comes from harlot and not from Allah.

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So he removed him while the Allahu Taala I'm home and he said, Well, Allah, he might as well to hide it and uncertain what Jana said, I swear I didn't remove Carlat because of any hard feelings or grinds. It wasn't betrayal it wasn't that I had a grudge against him. It wasn't personal people will make it that but it wasn't that.

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He said I was afraid that the Muslims would be put to test with him.

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You'll see no no be here for Yuki Luna LA, they would be put to test with him and so Allah would entrust them to him rather than to Allah. Because success comes from Allah. Not from Carlos little the Allahu Anhu harlot or the Allahu Anhu was from the means he was not the goal.

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And Khalid or the Allahu Anhu understood that, which is why the transition was graceful. He didn't protest almost all the Allah who was decision, he didn't fight back, he didn't hide the letter. Karla de la the Allahu Anhu accepted that because he understood Islam is bigger than me.

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Even if it is upon my back, that so much of its success has come, the cause is greater than me. Almost understood, the cause is greater than me as the Khalifa, which is why the first thing he thinks about when he knows he's going to die, is continuity.

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How does this move forward? The same spirit of Jaco Valley his salaam, man Mahtab we're doing them embody what will you worship after me? How does the cause continue beyond just this emotional attachment? How do we actually continue to advance forward that understanding

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that too often in the process of serving a cause bigger than us, somewhere along the lines, we become bigger than the cause?

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You know, when two people are having an argument, and they say Be the bigger man,

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that's prophetic comes from the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam later studied a surah. The stronger person is not the one who overcomes the other. But it's the one I love the Yemeni kunafa, who are in the love of the one who controls himself at the time of dispute, meaning he's willing to lose the arguments for the sake of something bigger than himself. Be the bigger man, do not be the one who loses by overpowering, because you recognize that it's bigger than you. The Dawa is bigger than you. The Masjid is bigger than you, the organization is bigger than you, it's bigger than all of us. If we are sincere about a cause, then we need to understand that sometimes we

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will be the sacrifices of that costs.

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And we have to accept that and embrace it and not give ourselves too much credits. Here's how shaitan fills us. At some point in our Islamic work shape on convinces us that Islam needs us. Islam does not need a single one of us in here, including myself.

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We're in touch Oh, hello. You're stubbed we'll call manga Eurocom semana you're Kunal. I'm Salah Khan, what does Allah subhanaw taala say if you turn away if you fail to honor the cause, Allah will merely replace you with another group of people and they will not be like you, meaning they will be better than you.

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So if we fail to do what we're supposed to do, as Muslims, it's not that Allah subhanaw taala removes Islam No, Allah gives Islam to a people more deserving. And Allah gives the cause to a people that that are more deserving. And that's the cycle. That is the cycle. What did the prophets lie? Some do? He put his hand on the back of Sudan and thought acetyl the Allahu taala? No, he said some man in his offspring. This is not a religion for the Arabs. It's not a religion for the Persians. It's not a religion for the Americans. It's not a religion for the Abyssinians it's not a religion that only belongs to one group of people. It belongs to the

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Those who will do right by it

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and who will serve its cause properly. And they are honored only by the honor of Islam and disgraced when they turn away from it or failed to do right by it.

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It doesn't need any of us. That's why from the eyes of the of the pious predecessors, Allah, Mr. Mandela test Abdullah, Allah who Mr. Mandela tested in, oh Allah use us and do not replace us. Let us be used for the cause not be replaced. That takes for each one of us, to humble ourselves

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and to recognize our place always, even when people give us more credit than what's due to us because that happens.

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That happens. Sometimes we get more credit than we deserve. Sometimes we give ourselves too much credit. And sometimes we get more credit than we deserve. How do we give ourselves too much credit? Sometimes we start drinking the Kool Aid, believing our own hype.

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And thinking that it that this cause depends upon us. And sometimes in the process of doing good deeds. Even if those good deeds are done in private. We start to think that man look at me, Ma sha Allah. I'm frankly I'm gonna live I bet you my neighbor is not frankly I'm unless I go to the masjid. Where are they? I do this I do that even in the process of giving secret charity. We get a little too caught up with our own selves. There's a beautiful narration so I'll start off with giving ourselves too much credit. There's a beautiful narration from Hertzberg Neil was one of the Allahu Taala I know it's actually narrating Sahih Muslim. It's in the Hadith book. It's not a hadith

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it's Earth buzz words, powerful narration where he used to make you out to Allah subhanaw taala and he used to say, Allah humma in the Rubicon, oh Allah I seek refuge in You. And a corner fiend, FC or Lima. We're in the law, he said the

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rules will be law, and a cone fiend fina FC Alima wearing the lahi soviel. O Allah, I seek refuge in new or I seek refuge in Allah from being great in my own sights, and being little in his

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sometimes, we become too great in our own sight.

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And we forget that even if we have started to believe our own hype, and give ourselves too much credit, and think that any task or any one of the goals of this cause somehow depends on us. Even if it's the smallest act of charity, you have bought into your own your own hype. You drink your own Kool Aid, we need to take a step back a little bit LA and Akona Phoenix Seattle Lima Alima are in the ly happy era I seek wearing the lines earlier I seek refuge in Allah from being great in my own eyes and small and his little and Allah subhanaw taala sight because sometimes it happens where we start to believe things about ourselves. And so we justify them all sorts of chaos and havoc because

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I am the one

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you are not the one and I am not the one. The cause is greater than us. Sometimes people give us too much credit.

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I'm too loved no matter what the Allahu Anhu that great man, the son of a greater man. I'm loving I'm gonna with the Allahumma a man comes to him and says to him, yeah, hi, you're on Swapna fighting us. Oh, best of people and the son of the best of people. I mean, it's not that far off.

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It could be understood that the man obviously means not greater than the prophets of Allah Harney was salam, that it's a form of mubadala. He's exaggerating in his praise to a man who rightfully deserves praise.

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Abdullah Omar stood up. And he says, Man, I behaved in us what happened if I run us, he said, I am not the best of people, nor am I the Son of the best of people. We're in our abdominal Muslimeen and all I am is one of the servants of the Muslims.

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Leave me alone. He said, Well, Allah He you people keep on praising a man until you destroy him.

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condemned the man. Don't say that. Do not make it about me. Don't even make it about my father. My father served the dean and I too am serving the dean. It's about the cause. It's not about us. It has to move on.

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You know, who understood that his nephew, the grandson of almond milk, Fatah, Ahmed Abdul Aziz about the Allahu Taala and whom well Rahima Hola, a man who, who demonstrates what you can do with sincerity and productivity and with a strong sense of just

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CES in two years, right did the unmasked track

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after it had gone astray, brought it back to its foundations brought it back to its pristine nature brought it back to its peak.

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And as this man is dying, someone says to him And subhanAllah just think about this. You're dying except some compliments, except a little bit of praise. You're dying anyway.

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And he said Jessa Kola who are Anil Islami Pharaoh.

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May Allah reward you on behalf of Islam for what you did for Islam.

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You know what he responded? He said Lau Allah He said No, by Allah, just Allahu Islam or nuclear Allah. May Allah reward Islam for what it did for me.

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Allah cow, he switched it around right away, not for a moment. I didn't do anything for it. It did everything for me. We are honored when we are able to serve a cause that is greater than ourselves. And there is no greater cause than the one that brought us here for salata, Juma and just now.

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And in that process, dear brothers and sisters, we have to always ask our selves this question, are we doing a service to the cause or a service to ourselves? Worse than that? Are we doing a disservice to the cause in the process of serving ourselves? That's the worst of them all. And that's why it takes each and every single one of us to constantly sit with themselves and to contemplate and to engage in strong debate or into factor introspection, reflection, hold themselves accountable, have others hold you accountable, so that you don't get too big to realize how small you actually are.

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Because at some point, that becomes impossible. And that's why no matter what the Allahu Taala and what did he say? He said, sometimes we wait until it's too late. Sometimes you wait until you're there, you've arrived and you think that it all depends on you.

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And you've made yourself to be something and what are they allowed to add? I'm gonna say to *a who will Coppola answer sudo said learn your religion before you get too big.

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Because he said that once you get too big once you start to hold positions too narrow Komal anartha your arrogance will hold you back from humbling yourself. You think you move on? You think you're too big to go back to what brought you to the cause in the first place. There is a brother who is not Muslim who has been attending our Halaqaat Valley Ranch Islamic Center, the 40 Hadith on social justice and he's been coming to the mustards for Hala regularly to attend the Halacha.

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And he's not Muslim. And I asked him I said, you know, what is it

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that strikes you most about the Masjid? You know what he said? He said, There's something about sitting on the floor.

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Unlike other places, like when you enter, he said these words and I thought it was beautiful. He said when you enter into God's arena, you don't get a chair.

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You sit on the floor, we always sit on the floor. It's a means of humbling yourself and that's of course before Salah where you put your face on the ground and you do such that and you say Subhana Allah, Glory be to Allah the Most High. There's something humbling about that when you know that you always enter into God's Arena in the most humbling way. And you are never elevated. The only person who is elevated for who are as ease on beer is Attila. He's elevated only by the elevation of Allah subhanaw taala honored only by the most honorable Allah subhanaw taala.

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When we think about the people who we celebrate of the past, and who we honor of the past, they were willing to live and die for something greater than themselves. And they struggled in the process they suffered Subhan Allah that recognition is not something that only we as Muslims take. That recognition is something that people who are not Muslim can appreciate about some of our great figures. Why does the world celebrate Muhammad Ali Rahim Allah, why does the world celebrate him? Because even if they don't believe in what he believed in, they can appreciate the depth of his conviction in that belief. They can respect that they can honor them. Why was Malcolm loved even one

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Malcolm? May Allah have mercy on him was challenging the dominant civil rights rhetoric and the dominant civil rights discourse, because even if people did not believe in his religion, no one questioned how much he loved his people. No one questioned his sincerity to the cause that he was putting out there. No one No one could accuse Malcolm of being insincere. No one could accuse

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Do some of being a hypocrite, they could disagree with him, but no one would call the man a hypocrite read all of the Civil Rights journals and the books and the documents of what people used to say about him. No one could say he was a hypocrite, because they knew what he did. He did it sincerely. And he was willing to live and die for that cause. And he paid that ultimate price for that cause.

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That Subhanallah it doesn't always take a Muslim to recognize that. That's something that we can appreciate. Now, bring it back to our world, because I don't want you to start thinking, too big picture. And then you forget that the point is really for each and every single one of us to humble ourselves.

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In our arguments,

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how often are we willing to burn the house down? Before backing off, for the sake of maintaining it?

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In the process of building our organizations and institutions, how often are we willing, and Allah here, I'm challenging myself before each and every single one of you, how often are we willing to tear down the institutions to build up our egos.

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As a Muslim community, we always have this problem and don't feel bad. It's not just our community here. It's historically been our problem, that sometimes we can't get out of our own way.

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And Allah Subhana Allah, Allah places that expectation on us.

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It's important for us to figure things out amongst ourselves. Prophets lie Selim made your three times the first day that Allah subhanaw taala would protect us from any enemy that would wipe us off the face of the earth.

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Nothing is external is going to destroy us. The prophets like Saddam was granted that they're on he made your honor to Allah Subhana Allah that we would not be eliminated by some disease, some play. Allah granted him that but Allah Allah Azza Han Bina home,

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that their misfortune is not amongst themselves, that's our problem. That's our problem. Each person at some point has to recognize it's bigger than me. No matter what the cause is, it's bigger than me. It's not worth it's not worth it.

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When I'm going to do a disservice to the cause, for the sake of serving myself, this is a challenge to each and every single one of us will lie in whatever capacity you are in. And whatever capacity you are in, at what point do we put ourselves down so that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Islam, Islam is elevated and not elevated upon.

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That also applies to ourselves. When we say Allahu Akbar,

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when we say Allah is greater and Allah subhanaw taala is the greatest we're not just talking about greater than things that threaten us. We're talking about ourselves to you say Allahu Akbar, before you put your face on the ground.

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Allah is greater than me. And that which is done for him is greater than that which is done for my lower self. May Allah Subhana Allah protect us from ourselves. May Allah protect us from starting to believe that that which he sent to honor us is honored by us rather than the opposite. May Allah Subhana Allah protect us from hurting others in the process of serving and building ourselves. May Allah subhanaw taala protect our organizations, protect our institutions, protect our community, preserve the Dean this beautiful cause in our hearts and in the hearts of our children and in the hearts of our grandchildren in the hearts of future generations to come. And make us a means of that

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preservation. Allahumma Amina Kulu Khalifa was to hula hula and when he started it must mean first of Pharaoh in the whole of Irvine.

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And hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Guan, Illa Allah Vita meanwhile kiba to Lynmouth subpoena Allahumma salli wa Salam o Baraka I'm Dakota suka Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam systeem and Kathira your brothers and sisters the take home, Islam is bigger than us.

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I leave you with the image of Ibrahim alayhis salam

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and his son is married and he his Salam building the caravan in the middle of nowhere not nice Plano where there are mashallah already lots of Muslims not in Valley Ranch not know, building it in the middle of a barren desert. That is now a city that never sleeps.

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Building this character. And as they finish that cabin, they asked Allah subhanaw taala to accept

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that Ibrahim alayhis salam tell his son is married you know while it's still fresh. Let's go ahead and

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write our names

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in it so that people will see Ibrahim was here. It's not he was here, and people will remember us.

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Allah preserved his footprints. And Allah subhanaw taala raised his station, because Ibrahim alayhis salam sought nothing but the glorification of Allah. And so Allah subhanaw taala allowed him to be remembered and glorified and honored in that process. Think about that. Ibrahim was not interested in being noticed in this world. We too, should not be interested in being noticed in this life, nor should we care about being remembered after death. Instead, building something contributing to something dedicating ourselves to something tying ourselves to something that will outlive us and who cares if it's attributed to us, because we didn't do it for anybody else anyway.

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And Allah subhanaw taala does the elevating Ibrahim alayhis salam left the footprints? We too can leave our footprints. Let Allah subhanaw taala elevates, elevate who he pleases. And it is only Allah subhanaw taala who elevates and who disgraces May Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst those who are elevated and not those who are disgraced along with me and want me not to enlist him. You know what a Muslim not even humble amounts in Nikka Semir on periurban Modibo Dharwad Allah McFarlan our Hamner wa for ANA Allah to ask Dibner Rabinow alumna and furstenau inlanta for Lana autohelm nanoco nominal ha serene Hola, Marina CAFO And Kareem on to hibel Alpha Farfan Allah humma for

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Diwali, Deena, Abraham Omar Kamara, bonus era Robin habla naman as well as you know the reality now poor Raja Aryan.

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Hello we have an event double treat next to the Galleria where we're having the daughters of hedge medica Shabazz Malcolm X as well as Muhammad Ali. That is that I believe we have about seven or eight seats left so if you're interested in coming please do like before you leave the masjid go to legacies dot Yaqeen institute.org and try to book a ticket in sha Allah to Allah but either way we pray for your for your you know we pray for the success of the event and we hope that those of you that have registered come on time and enjoy it and those of you that haven't if you're able to catch the last minute inshallah to Allah spot before then the new so we are still looking for sponsors at

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the event so any organizations that would like to be sponsors of the event, then please do let me know afterwards. Zach going to Ohio

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as today's the first part of the month as we do every every every Friday, every month coming up, we have our food drive for the refugees in the local area. So please do bring your food between multiple Asia. The truck will the truck will be here tomorrow. We had the event as shakaama had had mentioned. We also have the event with Al Hikmah seminary. We have two events this weekend Hamilton has a new seminary that was launched by a man in the and epic Education Committee. One is on feminism Inshallah, tomorrow at 11am and the other is staying polity staying positive in adversity. This is by Graham sequential talebi on Sunday, after slaughter Mockingbird Sharla. At tomorrow the

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children's committee is having an activity here. Inshallah at 945 is the parole museum Fire Truck Show. The event is completely sold out. If you have not already registered. Only those who have registered please do show up insha Allah.

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Allah election committee has an announcement in Sharla for all of announcements, you can go to the web to the newsletter inshallah. Dr. McClaren salaam

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah on the behalf of Election Committee. I would like to announce that tomorrow we're going to be opening the absentee voting and inshallah the final two days of the elections will be ninth and the 10. Inshallah today, later on, we will be posting the timing for the elections on the notice board and also online and emails will go out Elsa Docomo Kairos la Malik