How to Fight Tactics of Shaytan

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Loss of panatela set for either party.

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Whenever you decide the Oregon State with a Shakeology seek prediction seek refuge with a lots of panel data from the occurs chip.

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So when you say on the belemnite Shakeology, you should remember that you're following the commands of Allah. Exactly. That's number one. Number two, so, in obedience to Allah, we follow that. But still, why do we seek protection with a waspinator from?

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It is shaytaan our enemy, our enemy?

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is already is our two choices these your enemy? Whether you like it, or your life, it is your enemy. Why?

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Because the Panama our father, can we all here in this room claim one father? Yes, yeah, his name is.

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Right. So all of us

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love our father, Allah Subhana, WA tada commanded a police.

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Okay, he commanded him to make

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the eagle came out.

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And that was

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the first sin ever,

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which is pride. So be careful to think highly of yourself. Stop saying I

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could say Tom was the first one to say.

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No. And that's Alan. Alan is the equal I, I am better than him.

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Why Mr. Iblees? Did you do something on your own? Now this is an attorney. So Panama has said you created this is not even something that you accomplished. Allah created us. It's not something of your own production. It's a gift given to you. But it's up to you.

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More thing, you created three out of five Americans in about a month.

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does this give you the privilege to be better than him? How many of us today, walk in the street? We look down upon someone.

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And we say it's not my social class. It's not

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just this happened to one time. It happens. We're humans, right? You look down upon people. Or they're not wearing the same clothes that I'm wearing.

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They're not living in the same neighborhood again, oh, man, but he's living in a slum? I live in my own house by the ocean. Do you have an option here?

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We'll bring the ocean in.

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Okay. So a lot is teaching us to learn? Why is that reason behind the animosity of shame

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against all of us, because our father was the reason for him to be kicked out of Japan.

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Please, before he refused the world Command of Allah, to mixer to iron was one of the closest creations

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if you see in the Quran, and that was the question that I did not complete the answer to I'm going to start with it today. shala If you read the Quran, you will notice that

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shaytaan imprezas always mentioned in the company of ages.

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This is why some people are confused. And even today in the last year, some professors who have a PhD on Islam and they might not be Muslims. And even some Muslims are confused about this. I recently was talking to Oh, such a town isn't an engine.

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Why? Because all the time let me just give you two examples from the

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first time that was mentioned was in sort of Baccarat.

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30 and below as the story

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ages, I'm going to create someone who's going to be a trustee that's

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just 3234 is after that

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after work

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and he breathed into him out of his spirits panel data and he became a human being. Allah said

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what is America remember when we sit to the agents is to do the ad and make sure to add

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somebody as I said last time when I say stop

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what is it this

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is that is in our Sharia.

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But the question is, who commanded the ages to return to Allah?

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Stop me. So the prophets of Allah, Allah,

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Allah, Allah said at some point you want to let us lines

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are a must not to be questioned, while home use.

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But this creation of equation doesn't work the other way around. questioning, but you can push, Allah has the absolute wisdom.

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second answer to this question is, was it to have a bad day makes it to Adam in the form of worshipping Adam? No. Because back in the days, it was allowed, you can bow to someone out of respect.

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That's the meaning. Just in honor of Adam that he was created by the answer was incredible data. He said, This gentleman told him this song and number 75 sort of referred to him as a libertarian potential to be an A, why didn't you make sure that I created my own hands?

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Whether you he say, again, Ottomans, pride, he thought highly of himself better than him.

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So that doesn't mean prostration that we make now as some sort of a better obedience, slavery,

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submission to Allah. But it was to do a green like bound for him as some sort of already know. Now, when they played some, some games, before we start the game, you know, the two people they bow to each other.

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But it

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also kind of taala mentioned.

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You know, read and so on. So number 100, Allah subhanho wa Taala said wa either way he

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used when he received his parents in Egypt, he took them off to the

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work on what will have new levels of Judah Lhasa, and David says to them,

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we know

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COVID he said, My dear dad, isn't this the three that I saw before that I shared with you when I was a kid? It was almost six, seven years ago, he shared that dream now is 40 something. Imagine after 40 years, the dream is coming true because a dream by a prophet is something that has to happen.

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He said,

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alarming come true. Right? So was it one of our

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children when he raised his parents on the throne? They listen to him again? Do you think Yahoo the father was a prophet? His name used to do it to his son, Joseph use of a prophet is it?

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Again, it's not frustration as some sort of worshipping and some no decision again, because at that time, you said Elisa, was someone like the Minister of Finance, or the Minister of Treasury at that time, she was in a very high position.

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So we shouldn't question that. So basically, go back to the story of the animosity watch a time, you know, takes us as enemies, because no one commander

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refused. Can you imagine? Because of refusing to make one such that

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stayed in China, but at least was kicked out? How many of the descendants of Adam now don't miss

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out on 1.8 billion on earth today? How many of them do not make sense at all?

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It could be my cousin.

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To be many few. Could be a cousin. Could be your own son. Could be your own brother. Did you do something to change them? Did you talk to them?

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To the environment to do this? Did you send him a reminder? Can you share that picture with him?

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Because you're gonna be asked because a loss of address

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number 27. He said, Well,

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Oh Mohamed. We have not sent you from a Learning Center. Except as mercy for who an island mean

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is not as you see them the main English translation words, because words Island

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but a Learning Center

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means all civilizations, all nations, all people at all times and all places

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we have a problem. So the father of the humanities advisor, how come the processor is sent to all nations, all people at all times can delay judgment when he passed away more than 14 centuries ago.

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It's a reminder for you and your people.

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And you will be

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you will be

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okay. Now, not only that, if you go back

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to swat, well,

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I am at a loss of power Donna says in this portal had the surbhi called in the Quran is a command from Allah to say to them.

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This is my way.

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I made a vow

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to people to come to all

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this the person so far right handed, it has nothing to do with me. Wait, I didn't finish the hair

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is based on insight. And he can never get that insight without learning. And so to do.

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So when you have to have knowledge that you will share with people, right? Okay, so far, so good. Are you still involved? The answer is no. So let's say you know, put had the civilian ohama tip and then this is my way, I invite people to the wave Allah based on knowledge

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is the part and maybe tell Bharani I and everyone who follows me.

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Now you're engaged. He said, I and everyone who follows me? Can anyone in this room raise his hand if he's a for profit?

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default on the one hand,

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I'm proud to be his follower. Right. So now, are you commanded by virtue of this idea that you need to make our because he said no.

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I and everyone who follows me

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once in a while you are volume unimin was tricky, and was far from perfection. I do not associate partners besides.

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But here's a big question.

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Brother Suppan is gonna say, I don't speak Arabic lucky.

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And Sam is gonna say, I'm not that eloquent when it comes to public speech. How can you tell us about supposed to do? I said, No, you're not out of the hook. Why? Because there are always two types. Listen carefully, there are

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two times

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the hour by speaking

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that will be acting.

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And they say English actions speak louder than words. So we put it in the language of the youth today. So there is now by talking down by walking.

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And today, Islam doesn't need too many public speakers,

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slumping style by walking.

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But why? If you smile in the morning, when you open your door to see your neighbor is not Muslim, and style.

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The NSA man, I was asked this question when I was giving a presentation at the Wake Forest University in North Carolina. I was teaching Islam there. And then I was giving a presentation to the professors in the religion department. You know, somebody's teaching to the US and Christianity, Buddhism. And after I finished my presentation, one of the professors said, Dr. Baker, I asked her question, I said, Go ahead, but why are you hungry?

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I can tell it's off topic. I said, Go ahead. ask him a question is why are you always smiling?

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I guess well, I didn't tell

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casilla was always seen as smiling. No, no. You have to be, you know, rational. Yes, we have a deep inside Mr. You know, narrated by a white American that had visit more or less so that

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I've never seen the boxer except smiling. That's the default your life today in the morning, bro.

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Man What's going on? You want me to smile while this these things are happening in Syria and Lebanon and Libya? Muslim bro does your problem we'll change the situation then

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come on. Yeah, we make that for them we help them in any way we can. But do you think by fraud inshallah the problem will be solved?

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No. So I said to him, guess what was my answer?

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Best way sometimes to ask a question is by sending an emotion back,

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especially if you're a buyer. So

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you come back home at two o'clock in the morning

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and you try to come very quiet quantity. And you know, the key is to try to turn the doorknob very widely. Right so that your wife cannot hear you guess what she's not sleeping

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under the blanket but their eyes are wide open, but she will show you of Itsy Bitsy, the whatever you like. And Billy Walker.

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She's asleep.

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And then you change your clothes very quietly. And you try to hear the bed and all of a sudden an earthquake happens. What time?

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A watch like

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I have one.

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What have you been

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in trouble? Right? Here's the answer that we shouldn't wish.

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You know, you smell that spicy biryani in the kitchen. When I'm saying

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this is gonna spy on

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no wars. We're gonna say yes.

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Just smells good. What about the taste? Like no. It's the first time ever you you praise

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Oh, my God, something happened to them. I wish he comes to me. But at least he likes my food.

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So I thought back to when I said,

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And then I use the same tone. I said, Can I ask you a question? But I'm gonna be answering questions. Yes. I said while I was traveling,

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and started thinking

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I said, which should be the default? Should you be frowning all the time, or smiling all the time, which is better?

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That's a collar. Sometimes people even don't think about that. I said, I'll give you

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the reason I'm smiling because I imitate the random I love so much.

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I mentioned him in my talk, is my problem is my own model, who's always smiling. I know what shall I give you the benefits of smiling? When you smile a lot. That's now that's what they prove miracle speaking. You know, they say when you smile, lots of muscles move in your face. So you will be 72 like me, but you look like

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When you smile, so many muscles in your face move. But when you frown most of the time, very few muscles move you'll have wrinkles while you're 27 You look like 72

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do you see some people are young. That's how they stop having those wrinkles. I remember one time I was teaching a class in London, UK. And you know what, I love to have that sense of humor because it cuts

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the monotony because if you're sitting there and serious all the time, especially have kids like why would they be entertained to entertain them sense of humor and this

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right? This is why my class will have people from eight years old, even six years old all the way to 106

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and everybody's enjoying.

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So in that class I tried

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you know to us that's an outcome sitting in front of me and is almost always like this.

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And that's

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really like you know

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all people

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I have a good sense of humor, and I try my best. And it's always everybody's like laughing out loud.

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And then in the break,

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said, sorry.

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I said,

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Are you mad at me? Is like

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I said, Why?

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And normally when I teach, like, especially when I travel internationally, I'm wearing a suit and a tie.

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Would you have to take into gym?

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And you know what? I use my sense of humor. I said, Maybe it'll work this time. I said, would it take me to the fire?

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I told you the answer the question, the question

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is, like,

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I said, think What do you take me to help her?

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Good luck? I'm not sure. But I think what's your thought about the time?

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Now I play the role of a student monitor is the sponsor now?

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Is like

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I said, Don't think about either believe, or you seek if you think

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you need my own.

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Right. But if you believe you have to tell me, what's your evidence, forget to tell me that this is evidence. Right.

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And somehow, the entire 15 minutes, the second session that I was teaching, I was teaching this to Barack Obama, I totally left the fear. And I talked about culture and religion, tried to explain the difference, because sometimes today, we respect the culture more than we respect the religion. I'm used to this. I do this for 200 years, you got to come and change it now. That's exactly how I used to play with all due respect. Right? When the Watson came to change, the ways that were wrong isn't inevitable.

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We have been doing this for years, we're coming out to say,

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analyst responded to that. He said, Put a little pen and

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one of your parents did not use their money to just follow them and be foolish like them.

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You shouldn't say. So during the entire class, I tried to talk about this in a very subtle way not to not to embarrass, you know, my uncle. And the first thing that he did the next session. First thing I did, I stood in front of him and I bent over I took off my time is split on the table, just to get him involved. And then the first joke, I started after that, he was like

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to smile.

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He's not used to

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What's wrong?

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When you receive your brother with a smile, it's an act of charity. It's written as a deed.

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You see, what I'm saying? is we need to change that. So what I did in that class, sorry for the tangent, but it's very important because we're learning to

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just talk about the culture. I said, who in the class here can tell me the favorite dish of Prophet Muhammad supposed to have excellent.

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And most of the audience were in the back. Like I had about 390 students that day. Most of them I would say 90% are indo Pak.

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And then I waited for somebody to give me an answer. nobody talked. I said, Don't tell me

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because the professor never ate house. It was no rice. He didn't have that luxury.

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And everybody was like, a formula for the tsunami.

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You see what I'm getting at?

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You don't even know.

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Eating Shame on you.

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And the labels Next, I said, brothers.

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How are your houses built today?

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Brits would go back to the center.

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Imagine you live in London.

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It's raining all the time. How many times have you built your house every day?

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This is considered one of the processes that was said to cover up just like us here in Canada.

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Right. Do you think that the sovereign

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is the same way that needs to be addressed. So again, brothers, there is nothing called uniform in Islam.

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All what you need to do when learning missing hijab is project for men and women

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talking about so many things

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for men what long hijabs for men and women?

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What do you mean? Everything that we asked a woman to do? We asked me to do except for how much should be covered. But everything else is the same. What do you mean, it's just the power of the woman is all the body except the face of the hands. And another opinion, even including the face of the hands, but whichever one you follow respect, the other one.

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is what I'm saying. I want to say this, I say the face, not the face.

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Okay, and the hands, not the hands.

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So these are

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because sometimes some people will buy and just goes down like this and most of the RMS exposed, right.

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So, other than this, what's the hour of man is from the belly button? To the knees. But have you ever seen somebody wearing something from here to here? This is the fashion man. No, it's just appropriate.

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Right? But the question is, if we ask women not to wear tight clothes, same thing applies to men.

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If you ask women not to wear transparent clovers, same thing applies to men. If we ask women not to wear the the clothes of the opposite gender, same thing applies to men. Imagine if I if I come down for federal wearing a skirt?

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It's gonna be in the news tomorrow.

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I was like, No, man, he's acting weird.

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But you know what, if I am back home, in some

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places where they can put that thing that looks like a skirt is going to come with a whole bunch of brothers, we should differentiate between what's religious and what's cultural.

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Religion comes first.

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And then I'll come to that. At the end of the class. The uncle came and he put the tie on again back the handler, he was smiling for the rest of the class. He was trying to smile but at least

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now we know why shaitan is our enemy. Right? First of all, because he had an ego, he refused to make suit and

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keep them around.

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So he took an oath upon himself that he will try his best to misguide as many of us as possible. But you can see lots of people, including some Muslims are not practicing it. Why? Because they are under the control of Shankar they listen to his whispers.

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Now, does every one of us have a shape?

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The answer is yes. Does every one of us has an interest?

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So you have to play an agent.

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Sometimes you have those,

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you know, good whispers of I should do.

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I should go to the holiday. I should do this. Right? This your angels trying to tell you to do something good. And the young ones, they say, I should listen to my parents. I shouldn't talk back.

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I think I shouldn't talk back. But then shutdown comes the shutdown, like I said, but you know what? diversity says to talk back to the community.

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As you know, do me a puppet. You're growing now look at your voice changed. Show them.

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Right. Why do I have to do my homework right now? I didn't finish my games. Right.

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Whenever you hear that voice inside you to something better in

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this world. One day the boss was late.

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And it was the night of Ayesha.

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So she was like waiting behind the moment. Now. Why is he is he coming or not? Is he going to want to other one of the otherwise. And then while she's thinking the processor, you know, knock that open the door and he said to her build a

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What's your whisper into your eyes? And he said

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to me, he said, Yes, ma'am.

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You will allow

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every newborn once that newborn is born, you know, he's a senator, she thought.

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She said,

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mama, even you message your mama. He said,

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Well, I think a lot has

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been, like guided him. Except he doesn't command me to do anything bad. So

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yeah, by doing good all the time, what's my weapon, stay in the loop all the time.

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If you're not touching a lot of respect to this, or people don't, when your husband gets mad, and he tries to, you know, to start the war, just tell him who's gonna follow this. And at first, the process that I've said, when you're angry one make, although you know what, I'm gonna go and pick it up first. So if she runs away from you, let's have both lavosh listens in half an hour, even updated for sample page, and like, you know, maybe answering something else, no problem. Because now we have a ceasefire. Because when when things are tense, and both of you are mad, you know what happens? You know, both shaitan on your son and her son, they got a fight. And they can attribute what to say.

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She, you know, he said, You never did this to me, so I can talk back to him say the same thing. Like he never did this to me.

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And then that's the question. If you divorce me, and another man, she's saying you're not a man, show her your manliness. Oh, are you say this? Yes, I'm saying it again. If you're divorced me, I didn't say your divorce was gonna say,

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you said it.

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And then they're gonna call me. She's,

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you know, my husband was angry, the wife is talking. Listen, the wife is the one.

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My husband was very angry. And he told me,

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he was angry. You know why she's saying this? Because she knows.

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The person upset that

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anger is three degrees, how many degrees? three degrees. So the

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first degree that

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could happen or not? second degree, it happens third degree, it doesn't happen. What does that mean? This is why it's very critical. When you say this, you have to Google Scholar because you could be living with your wife at home.

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And he has to ask about all the details about the situation.

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Some people when they get mad, they don't know what they're saying.

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You know, some of these people, maybe you have seen your dad or your uncle or something. When they get mad, let them know, they make kinda like a table and throw it like, you know, they can run to the kitchen and get a knife. They are out of control. Right? So if this is the case, not with the person is how do I say anything, he doesn't know what he's saying is out of control. Even if you said your divorce doesn't happen, because he was not in a state of sanity.

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That's what the person says bla bla, bla bla means this is not being used.

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But the two other degrees that are questionable, sometimes, you know, when the when the sister says this to me, I said, Okay, bring your husband come. So they come in and sit down and you cross examine. Okay, he told me the story.

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First, and husband's gonna say for civic.

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And we're watching

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again, and I support the team and read that she supports the team of white

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and Latino, the team in red scored here, she got mad, and started like fighting so much. I said, No, Thompson, you'll get a totally other version of the story. Don't try to influence him to tell the story. You know why she's doing that.

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Then once he finishes the story, and she said this, and I said this, and then she said, if you're a man and told her Yes, I'm a man of diversity. So you what you're saying.

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Right. And you were aware of what it means.

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Is that grid so you are divorcing here. And it is but he was mad as a No sister. He's not going to come home one day, give you a flower with a smile and say, Honey, I love you so much. You're divorced.

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She's trying to influence influence your judgment by saying

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He was in bad

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shape, urged you to speak. And if you're a man and you notice his point of weakness, he's going to show you his manliness. If this is my hair, I'm going to give it to you. And you push it more than one time. Stop. You know, if you're mad now divorce me now. And then the ones he doesn't know, he was unreasonable. I know.

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You see what he can can ruin her house.

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And she has made a point.

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What puts out fire.

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This is what the angry

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should say. If you're angry, you're standing Sit down. You're sitting down, lie on your bed, lie in your sight.

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Sometimes another technique, just try

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to ask an excuse to go to the washroom. Nobody can stop us.

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And then sit there for 20 minutes.

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Take your cell phone.

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You know? And then once you come out, if you look at her sister's face, and she's like weeping with her arms.

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Say, where are my keys?

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Just one second. Can you sneak around, take your keys and leave the house.

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drive around, go to Sheriff Tim Horton. You know, call my friends. Know? Go do some grocery.

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Right? And then one hour, two hours, he's gonna call someone a call. Where are you? You see the voice is different. Right? Because

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I'm still kicking. Still alive. So when are you coming back home? home? Is there like a ceasefire or a mess to resume?

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Everything's okay. Okay.

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They don't get some time.

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You know, a reason to own the house. See how she

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just, it's a second of anger.

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So remember this. Now, I told you before, the secret of Bismillah. Right? The professor used to say Bismillah and everything. And Bismillah is a word for shape or

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when you enter the house, you say Bismillah.

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Right? When you put all your products, your services,

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when you say Bismillah everything your life. What does this mean?

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It means without a law, you can do nothing.

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And we're gonna talk extensively inshallah we'll talk about this millennium.

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But what I'm saying is,

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like, one time, I was sitting with a shake, he was dealing with a case that was possessed or injured. And he asked him the lady, he said,

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after like, you know, he started life dealing with the case. So the gym talks using the voice of the woman. He said, What's your name? And the Jensen solid?

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Muslim said yes.

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Why did you do this? She said, because she heard me first. How? He said she poured hot water in the sink.

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While it was dark, in the kitchen.

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How would you know? He said she could have warned me how just by saying Bismillah once we get below meetings.

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He said I'm saying so especially between Madrid to daybreak. Always when you're out and about payslips. When you come back to your house, you say Bismillah. If you say Bismillah shaitan in the house would say

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we have no he's gonna leave.

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But if you forgot to say Bismillah shatavari say we have a hotel for the night. Then you start eating dinner. You say Bismillah no dinner for later. You forget Bismillah Schaeffer is going to say we have been in breakfast. So it's going to stay for the night. And he's gonna, you know, take the bottom of the foot. This is why it's a kind of a win. Win win. You must have it all the time. No, he wouldn't have so much it in the house.

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The house was sort of his biggest it chicken can never be there. That's also another way to do.

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What do you need to have success was unpopular every day. And that would be good, but it was taking two to three hours. What can you do? Just play time.

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You have so many means of supplies today.

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If I were you I would do it on in the house 24 seven

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we have so many like laptops and iPads and iPhones and right still needed she will never be there. The person said the house was so the buffer has been decided it should never be there.

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So now we know the

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last time I left you with two cliffhangers. Do you remember them?