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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of avoiding accusations of hipster hiring and maintaining faith during difficult times, particularly when faced with hostility. They also emphasize the importance of not being interrupted by hip hop and not being interrupted by media. The speakers stress the importance of embracing Islam in Mecca, where there is an overwhelming overwhelming desire for everyone to be part of it. They also discuss the importance of recognizing the middle 10 days of the year and taking breaks to distinguish oneself in public. The segment ends with a brief advertisement for a social media platform.
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us amongst them Allahumma Amin, your brothers and sisters.

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It's an expected Ramadan hotspot to talk about the dip in Ramadan now, because most of us are probably feeling it at this point, that we're dead in the middle of Ramadan, where a person tends to dip in terms of their Pillai in terms of the recitation, their measured activity, their Avada their expectations are being readjusted. A lot happens in this moment, but I actually want to attach it to a mindset that we can take beyond Ramadan. And before Ramadan next year in sha Allah Tada May Allah subhanaw taala accept this Ramadan from us and allow us to live to see next year is when Allah and Allah I mean, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam talked about a mindset of missing out on

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opportunities because people are generally complacent in those times. So the way he described Siobhan Sallalahu It was sort of the way he described the month of Shaban. He said, It's a month between Rajab and Ramadan, your fellow NASA and and people just don't take it seriously. People are heedless. People don't focus in Savdhaan. Because everyone's thinking about Ramadan. It's caught in between the high season so if you think about the thirds that the Prophet slice I mentioned of Rajab, Shabana Ramadan, in many ways, Ramadan itself is also those thirds. And these middle 10 days or 10 days that people tend to ignore, or people tend to overlook, they got into the habit of

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Ramadan, it's become a part of their lives. And then, you know, they gear up for the last time and then they push themselves rightfully so, into overdrive in the last 10 nights of Ramadan. But the mindset is what the prophet slice is addressing

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that we should embrace moments of idleness, as moments to be from the Sabi cone as moments to be from the forerunners, as moments in which Allah gives us an opportunity to truly distinguish ourselves. pm in the last 10 Nights, most people will be doing pm in the last 10 Nights. So how do you make Europe dem better in the last 10 Nights? When you hear about them, Annika descending? On the night of Layla to the other, and those last two nights? How do I be from amongst the households? Or how do I make my households or my ADA so distinguished that Gibreel RA has Salam descends upon me that the best of the angels descends upon me that might be bother, though everyone is worshiping on

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those nights, my worship is distinguished in quality. So sometimes you distinguish in terms of performance, sometimes you distinguished in terms of the quality of the worship in the first place. And so let's address this mindset in sha Allah to Anna, in a way that hopefully can gear us up properly for this middle chunk, but also in how we approach before and after Ramadan, how we approach the times when people tend to be performing good deeds at a higher level. And when people tend to be quiet, and when it becomes harder.

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And we'll start with the hardship

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with greater hardship, comes a greater means of attracting the attention of Allah subhanaw taala upon you attracting or acquiring a greater reward from Allah subhanaw taala.

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The greater the Machamp Gong, the greater the hardship, the greater the edge of the greater the reward. And as we know, there are times of hardship, where the hardship is a fitna in a way that we're being tested through hostility. Sometimes it's because the environment makes it inherently difficult for us to maintain our Eman maintain our faith at any meaningful high level. And so for example, if any of you have experienced Ramadan in a Muslim country, and I use the terms Muslim country very loosely nowadays, especially, but in a country where the Athan is being called out five times a day, where everyone else is fasting, so people sleep, you know, half the day just like you

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do, everyone opens their businesses late leaves early. People have thought together they go out to the massage together. The entire environment is in Ramadan. It's a sweet feeling. It feels nice and a lot of people that have the

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option of being between

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the United States or being between a country that's not majority Muslim and one of those countries during Ramadan will particularly make it a point to go to those places during Ramadan. Why? Because you want to experience it when the whole country is experiencing Ramadan, right. But what Allah has given you have opportunity here is greater than what he has given them of opportunity there.

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The fact that you're expected to maintain your fast, and you can't change your schedule, most likely altogether because the world doesn't operate on Ramadan over here. The fact that you might be surrounded by people that will not understand you're fasting or be eating around you and drinking around you giving you an opportunity for the angels to prey upon you while they eat and drink around you. Or people might find hostility towards you. The fact that you don't hear the anon being recited five times a day means that the edge of the good deeds that Allah has afforded to you here living as a Muslim right now in the United States is greater. You have an opportunity to shine, you haven't

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you have an opportunity to show Allah subhanaw taala that despite all of that, you're still fasting. That despite all of the fear around going to the masjid right now, because of security issues, you're still going to tell we have every single night. You know, people that live in in most of these countries don't have to worry about the security of those massages, when they go at night we do but you still go to the masjid. You still fast even though you have non Muslim colleagues, you still pull yourself through even though you can adjust your sleep schedule the way that you would, in a place where you will be surrounded by Muslims, you still do all of those things. And in that is

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an incredible reward. There was once a brother that was I was in Hajj and he was having a faith crisis.

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And he said to me that, you know, these people that live around the huddle, they get to come and they get to pray salah and the huddle every single Salah effortlessly. And Allah has written for them 100,000 times the prayer. That's not fair. I have to pay, you know, $10,000 to be able to come to Hajj to get a few days of this. How come these people and you know he made a comment that they weren't the nicest people, even some of them that get to come to the Haram and get some prayer and get their 100,000 they can do Hajj whenever they want. I said first of all, realize that Subhan Allah there are people in fact, the majority of the people that open their businesses around the

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Haram during the Hajj have never had the opportunity to make Hajj in their life. Can you imagine the pain of that if you're a righteous person if you're a believer, but that's your time where you acquire your livelihood. That's the time where your business that's the equivalent of a Christmas season for a merchant. So you speak to many of the people sometimes really good people, righteous people, and they've never got to do Hajj even though they live right in the backyard of the huddle.

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Think about that. Whereas here you can come from the United States or wherever it is. And you can do Hajj, not have to worry about a visa quota. And Allah has made a way for you. So that's the first thing. The second thing

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just as Allah has given those people such easy access to the house of Allah and a reward like that, Allah has given you the opportunity to call people to Allah that have never heard of him.

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And if you guide one of those people, if Allah guidance one of those people through you, then it's better than the entire world and everything in it. So it weighs out Allah gave you an opportunity for Dara, Allah did not give someone living in Mecca an opportunity to do that, well if they live in Mecca their entire lives. Allah gave you that opportunity. And he gave them that opportunity.

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And the Sahaba even felt this great injustice or perceived injustice, I should say when they moved to Medina and some of you might know when you go to Hajj or Umrah. There's the very famous Hadith that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that whoever goes out to message Allah and prays to that cause that they have the full reward of Amara, imagine what that did to the mindset of the Sahaba that were prohibited from Makkah, that had been forced to make Hijra because of the persecution and they no longer had access to the huddle, but they could go make they could go make their own draw. By going over to Moses, Koba and praying to records, the reward remains. So Allah's

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Mercy will expand for us to include people that don't have the same opportunities. You have opportunities for Hajj and Amara every day in your messages to pray. So a lot of Doha, in the masjid remember Allah between federal and Doha. So sometimes we think, well, that person has this opportunity for a good deed, that person has this opportunity for a good deed. But Your opportunity is very unique.

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Because when you take an environment around you that's not Muslim in the first place.

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The challenge is you and your Islam just by its very existence in your very existence as a Muslim within it. And then you add on to that hostility

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in these times of fitna in particular, and what do you get? You get the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam riba to fill herbs can hit rotten Ilia Hadith in Sahih Muslim that to worship Allah and difficult times, is like making Hijra to me.

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And I've been brought up talked about the difference of married with me in one narration, that it's just like a person who picked up and accompany the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to a strange land, to worship Allah in accordance with the way that the prophets lie. Some worshiped Him in the most difficult to places and difficult of circumstances and you have a chance to shine.

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Now the unsolved they said, Wait a minute, hold on. Allah says in the Quran law is that we mean common unfair common public fat he Wakata hula damodara jaton In Alladhina Anthropo Umberto katello What could have been like Allah al Krisna. Allah said those people that embraced Islam early on in Mecca, their reward is unmatched. Hemo Heiser 18 have a reward that is unmatched and opportunity that is unmatched. Realize that none of the verses about hypocrisy about NIFA were revealed in Mecca. You know why? No one would want to be a Muslim for hypocritical reasons in Mecca. You don't get any worldly benefit for being a Muslim in Mecca. So all the verses about an ethos and the

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hypocrites came afterwards in Medina because now you have a Muslim majority. You have benefits to being a Muslim in Mecca. The only benefit you got was a whip and alienation. That's what you got for being a Muslim in Makkah, you risked your life in Mecca for being a Muslim for being a follower of the prophets lie Selim. So those people that embraced Islam early on, have a special position with Allah subhanaw taala the answer who received the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and hosted them on hygiene. They've got a special reward with Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And those that embraced Islam after the conquest, after the fact, when Islam's power was in the region,

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they don't have the reward of the unsought or the Mahajan. But Allah says, couldn't learn what are the long personal to each their individual roared, Allah sees when you're shining. Allah sees when you're doing something that's difficult, or that's not trendy. When you are breaking out of complacency, Allah sees it all. Allah sees you when you're amongst your non Muslim colleagues. And you're struggling to answer questions sometimes about Islam but you still do Allah sees you when you pray in awkward moments. When you have to take to the corner of an airport to pray and worry if you're going to be kicked off of your flight because someone's going to report you for being a

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terrorist. Allah sees that all could learn why the Allahu

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Allah sees you 1400 years later, and knows that some of you and may Allah make us all amongst them wish from the depths of their heart that they could have accompanied the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in real time.

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And not just read about the theater but be a part of it. Allah knows when that desire is in the heart, Allah hears that yearning that you have inside of you, when you're reading the story of those Sahaba and you wish you could have been amongst them, and you are so convinced that you would have been able Beckett and not Abuja, how Allah knows. Allah hears it, Allah sees it. you distinguish yourself. Allah gave you an opportunity being a Muslim, 1400 years later and Donald Trump's America, that's an opportunity to shine in this darkness, a very particular opportunity. So when the poor Sahaba compared to complain to the Prophet sly, some about the rich Sahaba the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam said Allah gave us something to give sadaqa with to Say Subhan Allah Al Hamdulillah, Allahu Akbar, after the Salah, the way that the prophets lie, some taught you you have an opportunity to Allah gave you something to it's an empowering message. It wasn't that, well, I'm sorry, you can't give sadaqa

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but do this instead? It was your tests via its subaqua.

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Your tech, be it a sadaqa and it's free and it's unlimited. Do it. You have a chance to rise to Allah didn't make Jannah only for rich people. You have a chance to shine, distinguish yourself, move beyond it. And so both moving out of hardship and proceeding in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala with a willingness to worship him despite bad circumstances and worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. When the people around you are not tense clinging on to some form of Horbach some form of B

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being strange and competing with people around you that are doing good deeds, to shine even amongst them.

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And this is where I really want to get to.

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Allah has put a competitive nature in all of us. Some of us choose to ignore it. Some of us choose to use it for evil. Some of us choose to use it for good.

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But it's there. We're born with a competitive nature. We all want to compete. And Allah directed our competition. And here's what this competition looks like.

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And you might have no claim Rahim Allah, He said, that the believer is a stranger amongst non believers.

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By his Eman by your faith, by your Islam, I'm sorry, I'm Muslim, when a person becomes Muslim, when a person submits themselves to Islam, they naturally become separated, in that they have to take on a certain set of obligations now.

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And so there's a sense of order but a sense of being strange. That happens there. Then he said, The Mothman the believer, and you know if Muslim and Lachman are used,

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separate, I'm sorry, if Muslim or maltman are used believer and Muslim are used in the Quran and the Sunnah without the presence of the other term, then they mean both the internal and the external. But when they're used together, then Islam refers to the outward performance Iman refers to the inward, the inward consistency with that performance, the inward belief. So the Mothman distinguishes themselves amongst the muslimeen amongst the muslimeen. How do they do that?

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Because they avoid certain sins. They have Taqwa.

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They become from the Mutsuki. And they have piety. So they distinguish themselves with tequila, they distinguish themselves with abandoning certain sins that become normalized amongst the Muslims. If you haven't figured it out, yet, there are certain sins that become normalized amongst Muslims. I'm not talking about cultural.

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I'm talking about actual sins that become normalized amongst the Muslims. And because of that, everyone just kind of accepts it. But a person who takes their belief and their piety seriously. They distinguish themselves with that, by removing themselves from those things that have become normalized and we become complacent with, then the moisten, a person of excellence and axon distinguishes themselves, even amongst them to clean even amongst them, I mean, even amongst the believers in the pious,

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by longing for Allah in a different way, by taking advantage of good deeds that other people are not by performing those good deeds with Allah sight in mind before anyone else,

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by extending themselves, in performance, expanding themselves in the quality of those good deeds constantly with Ehsaan with excellence, they don't become complacent with their environment. They don't become complacent in hardship. They don't become complacent in ease amongst Muslims, and they don't become complacent with their good deeds either. They're constantly thinking about how to push themselves to the greater opportunity. What do I have here? So here's my challenge to you, particularly as we get to this chunk of Ramadan. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not just say that Allah redeems people. In the last 10 nights. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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said Allah Hirotaka, Allah has people that he redeems in Ramadan well that he can equally leave it in Ramadan, and that is an every night of Ramadan. Allah looks at his believers in Ramadan, Allah looks at those people that are fasting, and one of your days you got it right. You guarded your fast properly. You didn't back by you didn't lie. You didn't look where you shouldn't be looking say what you shouldn't be saying here. What you shouldn't be hearing. You guarded, you're fast. You made a sincere do out to Allah subhanaw taala you prayed your prayers on time. And as you were breaking your fast and you just thought since the 12th night of Ramadan. That was the night that Allah chose

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for you to be redeemed to be from an aerator cop May Allah subhanaw taala make us fall amongst them Allah hum. I mean, because you chose to abandon a sense of complacency.

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When it's downtime, that's when it's time to shine. When you look at athletes, the athletes that outperform their colleagues are the ones that practice harder, are the ones that stay longer in practice, are the ones that pay attention to details that other people don't pay attention to. Another person might have more raw talent. But that person paid attention in times when other people were not and to details that other people were not paying attention to this middle 10 days of Ramadan.

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Your fellow Nasaan people become heedless of them.

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Increase your Quranic recitation because people are taking

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In a break, increase your prayer because people are taking a break, do some things that would distinguish you because people are taking a break. And when the people attend fundraisers, that's always a good way to, to understand how this thing works, because I do a lot of fundraisers. And so you always see when someone calls out and says, who's going to be the first person for this in the beginning? What's happening? Everyone's looking around?

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Who's going to be that guy? Who's going to be the one?

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And then someone does it. And then you start thinking, maybe I should do this too. And then you say, No, that's too much. And then you go to the second layer of that, and then it's slow, slow, slow, and then one person raises their hand and he said, I need four more than the other four people thought about it. It's peer pressure for good, right? Peer pressure for good. But why can I be the first person? Why can I be the person that thinks first? Why can I aim higher with myself?

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So think about the great opportunity that Allah subhanaw taala has given you with these middle 10 days, think about how you distinguish yourself. And when the last 10 nights of Ramadan come around, and you come here to the Missouri then you spend the night too late, giving life to the night the entire night, the way the prophets of Allah honey was Saddam did, and people take a chai break for 3045 minutes between the Halacha and the Tahajjud prayer, you don't take that shy break.

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You read more Quran.

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You can still drink tea. But think about how to distinguish yourself. You can take breaks, but don't take breaks as long as everybody else is taking.

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Push yourself a little bit more. When you're praying at home, ask ALLAH that your house be the one that city Dermalogica that the chief of the angels descend upon and right to write you down from amongst the righteous. I don't just want any angels coming to my house, I want you to read it. He said I'm coming to my house. I want those angels the chief of the melodica reporting those deeds to Allah subhanaw taala. So may Allah Subhana Allah to Allah make us amongst the muslimeen when we are surrounded by all things that pull us away from our Islam, and may Allah make us from the Makita clean when certain sins become normalized amongst the muslimeen and may Allah subhanaw taala make us

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from the moistening when the clean become complacent with their good deeds. And may Allah subhanaw taala allow us to be raised with that axon and grant us the best of this life and the best of the hereafter and protect us from the Hellfire Lama. I mean a little colder there was stuff like looking when he started listening for stuff we do in the morning before rocking.

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say that it was salam ala Rasulillah salam ala cinema now Mr. Mohammed while others say that I'm Hamid

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our hottie was a former cinema and everyone knows him Masha Allah may Allah subhanaw taala protect him and preserve him. He's going through many challenges while delivering the message of truth.

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We're very honored that he reminded us with the message that he delivered in the football. We will also have the opportunity to see him perhaps hear him again tonight. At Epic. He is the

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he is the president of the Yaqeen Institute. I'm sure that we all know about it. And he will be representing European Institute tonight at Epic and also after maghrib while thereafter there's a fundraising across the street at golf course where Chicago cinema will be speaking in Charlotte. So we have plenty of opportunity to see him

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on your way out please donate generously to the masjid the masjid runs with your donation and operations are higher especially in Ramadan.

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I'm also very honored and humbled to announce that

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first time epic have a range

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Travi and the prayers for the special need children's so the special needs children's they can come here and we have trained volunteers who will take care of this children's so that their parents who had these challenges in test from a last month or four years that they could not come out to pray in therapy or Ramadan inshallah they will have the opportunity and we will inshallah also

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honor them with with avatar. So this is the RSVP the parents, but this is a good news for the community that mashallah we were able to generate that

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yeah, I have to remind every time that about we still have outstanding pledges from the land 100 We were able to acquire the land, but we have to borrow some money to get that ongoing so I will remind myself and to all of you in Charlotte Allah, that if you have pledged Please fulfill the pledge in Ramadan is the best time to do. So now when it comes to La Habra.