Jesus Is A Muslim

Reda Bedeir


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AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of communication between creator and creation, including the use of messengers and prophets, as well as Jesus's weight in the Koran and its relation to religion. They stress the importance of submitting to God and following the crowd, as it is the only way to achieve their goals. The Bible is the only true god and the only true one, and Jesus is the father of humanity and the only true god. The importance of acceptance of the Prophet's teachings and avoiding false accusations is emphasized, along with avoiding false accusations and trusting in one's language.
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So as always start off with Islamic reading of peace, mercy and blessings.

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Thank you all for coming.

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The topic of today is Jesus as a Muslim.

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We chose this topic for reasons very controversial.

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And actually, when I was proposing this for the university, they asked if I should get security.

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And now, the guest speaker,

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his name is Dr. weather.

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He has a lot of credentials, so I'm just going to read off just a little bit.

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He has a PhD with Alaska University. Now we all know that allows the university or at least some of us known as the leading Islamic

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school, like leading Islamic Studies, and Lorena

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He currently serves as an instructor in the Interdisciplinary Studies program of Religious Studies at the University of Alberta in Edmonton is an excellent structure and a Muslim chaplain at another university at the University of Calgary and Memorial college,

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is an associate professor at Ulster University, chairman of England, chairman of the English department, Faculty of Humanities, for women at the University of Ghana

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is a un United Nations interpreter.

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And a translator, is a Muslim consultant, and a marriage officer is a life coach, whatever that is.

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So now we'll be doing injustice to

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First of all, I'd like to say the

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students at the University of Western Ontario recently is going to be the Western University.

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And for inviting me, and I'd like to thank you all, for coming tonight. And let me reiterate what the President

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mentioned at the very beginning,

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that when we choose the topic, in no way are we meant to offend anyone, directly. And I think maybe in 10 to 15 minutes, those are sitting now, and they hate me, they might change them.

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let's just move topic, that's the best way to do so rather than be talking about Jesus is a Muslim.

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What do we mean by that? Before we go on, literally just tried to establish some common grounds?

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We say Muslim, what does it mean? When we say Islam? Do we all have the same understanding without? And from there? We'll continue.

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Does anybody agree to what you see now?

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Do you all agree or disagree? Raise your hands.

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That's amazing.

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Okay, so it's logical that behind every creation that is a creator,

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my wife

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to go to the next one.

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All of us in this room here.

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When the creator created the creation, there must be right. All of you came here tonight for a purpose. I'm sure that you know, it schools to seek them out and come here. You have a purpose, some of you are going to challenge me like that. Some of you are coming to share with me I like that some of you are coming to learn I like that. Even a willing to learn from YouTube.

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everything we do in life wasn't very good.

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Small words very big, there's always a purpose behind it.

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Is there a purpose behind this creation?

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So yesterday,

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which is the first model?

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Okay, so there is a purpose, what's the purpose of our creation? To interact?

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What's the purpose of our creation? Why did God create us?

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Anybody wants to share,

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to work from home. But this is still a very vague word to worship Him. To some people, when you say worship, the first thing that comes to their mind is ritual, just to pray too fast, right? But the word worship is more than that. It's a very generic word. And the best definition that I have come across is it's an all inclusive term of everything the person does, or even says, to please the community.

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Yes, please.

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acknowledge his, his handiwork. It's how we work, acknowledge his handiwork and then reciprocate and give thanks. Perfect. Thank you so much. That's also a tradition. Okay. Now, is there any way of communication between the creator and the creation, there must be and that's what the point is, is that when God created the creation,

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there is a purpose and for them to understand the purpose of the life there must be some sort of communication, and that communication will happen logically, through somebody to be sent to them, like he must be called, when we send somebody with a message, we called him a messenger

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in messenger, so, this is how the communication happened. And whatever he would reveal to them, there will be written a book. So the communication happened through messengers and prophets, and whatever was revealed to them was written down, sometimes recited This is why we have two words, we have allocator, that which is written, and we have for our as Muslims, that which is recited, and these are the two forms of the book that was revealed to Muhammad. Mystery upon all the prophets.

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The next question would be, do you know how many prophets were sent? Anybody knows?

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This is my sister was in my classes by Oh,

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that's great. 124,000 profits

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since the beginning of creation, and to start with was adage

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124,000 prophets amongst them

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are messengers, and there's a big difference between the messenger the Prophet, and messenger was sick with a message. And a prophet follows the same messenger, the messenger, and the best example would be Moses and Haroon. So Moses was a messenger and her own followed the same message of Moses. And now we can say every messenger was a prophet, but not every prophet is a messenger. Jeff.

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Thank you. Okay, so how many messengers amongst this 124,000 prophets, there were 315 according to a Hadith, in Western Europe, 315 of them are messengers.

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Now, how many of them

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are mentioned in the

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25 are mentioned by name in the 25 are mentioned by name in the Quran? Starting with Adam, Noah, you know, we have, you know, Solomon, David, Abraham, Isaiah Jericho, and one of the names of Jacob was was Israel,

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as we say, the people of Israel meaning people of Jacob, peace be upon him and out of respect when any one of them has mentioned, the Muslims will always say, peace be upon him.

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So 25 of them are mentioned in the Quran by name

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Yet five of them are very special. They are given a special title and

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they're all organized.

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People have

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commitment, all of them, of course, when people have commitment, but these five, were followed by the people, and they were expelled from their own places. And they are.

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Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed Israel, when these five are given that special title in the Koran.

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yet Jesus peace be upon him is very unique in many ways. When you study Jesus in the Koran, and study his mother, Mary,

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you'll find that is very unique in many ways. In fact, I'm going to share miracles that Muslims believe that Jesus

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came up with the Bible.

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You'll be

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But the main question before we go on, and this is gonna bring us closer now, what the prophets and messengers call for what did they vote for?

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all agree on that at the very beginning.

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I'm talking to you

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So we all agree to disagree on the creation. And the creator communicated with the creation through messengers, and whatever was revealed to them was in books.

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So what we said, Now, we answered Why did God send prophets and messengers, but what, what are they calling for? And I'm going to quote, a gentleman who gave me that. He said, something very nice. He said, we have to acknowledge the existence of God and be grateful to them, and do things that will show them.

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For example, if I were to take up $100,

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and give it to each one of you

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bring the money.

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Okay. Once you get to $100, what would be your reaction?

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You would say?

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Come on.

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Thank you, right. What does that mean?

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gratitude. Right? What if I give you one of my eyes? How much gratitude? Would you pay me back?

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What if someone gave you life?

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How much gratitude does he deserve from you?

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Got it.

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So God, the 3%, the messengers, the people know who he is, acknowledge his blessings, and be grateful to him and worship him.

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But I'm going to specify something, worship Him, and someone else would have or worship Him alone.

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That is the main thing here.

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So all profits came to tell people when they submit to God acknowledges blessings upon you. And

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that means the first word again, submit to the unknown from the word submit a submission. Does anybody here can translate from English into Arabic? Raise your hands.

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Perfect. What's the meaning of submission? In Arabic?

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Islam, right. Yeah. So can you repeat after me? Islam?

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Is that

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Islamic submission?

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submission. If we don't submit to God, do you know to submit, I'll tell you who submit to heart desires. I feel that drinking that have gone through and then I'm going to crash into a tree or like a river. And then because I was drunk because I felt like drinking.

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Okay. I feel like eating in the kitchen. Cook for five hours. Eat a lot until you end up in the hospital in the emergency

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I'm telling you so people

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live to eat.

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But Muslims Eat to Live.

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So we will submit our disservice basically, seeking knowledge, whether it's beneficial or not wasting our time, or love and hate, which leads also to crimes and stuff like that food and sexual

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Islam came to serve as a slam dunk to start with

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a single profit upon the word submission. So as a slap is what I want you to think about now, Islam means submission to God, which is the message of all Prophets and Messengers that people submit to God who created you.

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Otherwise, we'll get busy with our deserves What else? If I don't submit to my desires of submit to peer pressure? Everyone is doing this? What about you?

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violently? No, but a person who's a Muslim is

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a Muslim again, would say everybody's going wrong. I'm not gonna follow the crowd. I'm gonna be right.

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Everybody's gonna be laughing at you, who cares.

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But this is what people's did today

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I'm going to be different, I have to follow everyone know. So if you don't submit your desires, you submit to peer pressure.

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Or you submit to Satan.

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Does anybody who didn't believe in Satan, raise your hands?

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Satan is an enemy to mankind. And he took an oath to put themselves in front of God, to try to take the people away from the straight path.

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So this is another quotation, what else will also submit to the word we can paste and that will be happen this time.

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People will, you know, be busy making money. I can make money but money come up.

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Through money, I can't buy everything. Money is a means for me. Basically, for some people that are older like to worship money, because what's the meaning of the word worship? If you look up the word worship in the English dictionary, it will tell you love, devotion, dedication of time. And effort is the meaning of the word worship. So if you love God, you will dedicate time and effort to please Him. But if you worship money, this is where you're gonna end up dedicating your time.

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And you can apply this to any other thing. So people love cars so much, who loves cars.

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You know what the middle of the night looks up in the middle of the night. And then he looks through the window is gonna say,

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Oh, thank you so much.

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Again, so people who are some different things, right, but again, a wise person who realizes that he or she is a creation will always try to go back to the Creator, and they would worship Him.

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So all the messengers and prophets came to tell people do not submit to things that were created for you. Everything is needed in this universe is created to serve you. And you're created to worship the community.

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So don't get busy with things that are created for you. And forget the purpose for which you are created.

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So now this is the message of all profits, we can start to write all of them came to say submit to God. So basically come up with an inclusion here.

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All prophets and messengers came to ask people to submit to God meaning they call for Islam, whoever originally Raise your hand.

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Wow. So it must be almost.

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Okay. Now, that's great so far.

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Many people, many people who say the word Islam, they always refer to the word.

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When you say Islam Today, many people think that it's the result.

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Okay. How many of you disagree with that, that it's the religion of all prophets and messengers, raise your hand. Well, I'm getting the same as what's wrong.

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Let's move on.

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This explains it. Because Prophet Mohamed,

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according to the belief of the Muslims was the last prophet. He said

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via the public, the lightness or the similitude of me, and all the prophets before me.

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It's like a matter of Okay, I was stuck in the building.

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And the building was almost perfect. People were amazed by how perfect it looks like, except that it was missing one Lego brick.

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Second, when people pass by the building, they say, what a marvelous, wonderful building, except that for that block of brick is an arm, that local bridge, skip to profitability.

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All the profits before made basically what I say they give you the same message.

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I'm not coming to something new. Jesus told people submit to Moses, people submit to go, and this is your salvation. Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, all of them, they give some people submit. So I'm just going to invite that again. I'm not coming to something new.

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So the religion of old prophets, according to

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So what's the difference that the difference is the Sharia

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the way of life? How to apply that. But there's no disagreement amongst all prophets that they give to sacred, there is only one God, He is the Creator, the provider, the Sustainer, he has no, he has no life, he has no power, he has no equal

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So based on the offensive to say Jesus is a Muslim.

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Standing up, the Jesus came to you to submit to God, can we say he's a Muslim? And is inviting people to submit to God?

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Yeah, I disagree with you.

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but I don't want to take the time to tell you Okay, so we're coming to the q&a.

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So basically, based on the fact that all prophets and messengers came to tell people to submit to one God.

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This is the main concept of Islam,

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the oneness of God, and the oneness of divine guidance.

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All prophets called for the same concept and principle,

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the fact that every prophet was sent to his own people.

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But then the only difference between Mohammed

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and everyone who came before him is that, according to the Muslims,

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he is the last one is the Scylla profits, there is nobody coming after him. But all the profits before they came, complementing each other. And this one as we'll see, later on, when I start quoting the Quran, we'll find this statement or this phrase, many times repeated.

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Meaning confirming that which came before him, and confirming that which came before him. When Moses came, he confirmed that which was before him, when Jesus came to confirm it, that was all before him. And he even prophesized that there is a prophet coming after me, you know, whose name is Ahmed. And that's one of the names of the prophet in Islam. And that's in chapter 61, verse number six, we're gonna come to this later on.

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Now, let's go talk about Jesus peace be upon him.

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Okay, any Muslims here? Raise your hand. Any Christians, please raise your hands?

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Okay. Any Jews here? Raise your hands.

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Okay, so I'm going to be talking about the three. If anyone else in the room believes in something different. They're most welcome to. But what I'm saying is, what is the modern view when it comes to Jesus? Is the opener.

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Do the Jews believe in Jesus as a prophet

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said or no? Do they accept

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or reject him? They even call him an imposter.

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Okay, to the Muslims.

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What is the other extreme

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to the Muslims when people say

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He is the Son of God, or he is God Himself.

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That's another extreme.

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And this is why,

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based on what we mentioned in the previous slide, with the fact that there's only creator and his one God, and there's one divine guidance, he said, Oh refers to people submit to God, and the prophets were complementing one another, then he is perfectly

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one of the great prophets of God coming to continue and confirm the same message of the one who was before him, Moses.

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And this is why also Muslims respect him exactly as they respect, Abraham, Moses, and Mohammed.

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And that's the moderate view in between two extremes, according again, to the Muslims.

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the Jews receive a book say this is what's the

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Torah, right? Okay. The Christians receive a book. Yes, it's called Injeel, which is gospels, good news, whatever language was needed. Anyway, it wasn't that I know, though, that anyone here know, okay. Because we have Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, these fall under the family. One family of languages called the Semitic languages, the Semitic languages, and they're very close. I remember when I was watching The Passion of the Christ. I know, I didn't get to read the subtitles, because he was like talking like a home which is a very close to the, to the Arabic language.

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Topic now. Did the Muslims receive a book?

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What is the goal? Perfect. So we have raw, we have the engine, we have that

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covered? The three received books, right? Okay.

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And that's what you know, the Quran says in chapter two, verse 285.

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God, the Almighty is

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confirming the fact that

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Muslims believe in the three books.

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And if a Muslim denies one of them is

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this verse as receiving English because you're going to be reading it and you know, you're going to be distracted for me.

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Also, this verse confirms the fact that Muslims believe in all prophets that came before Muhammad,

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and if they deny one of them,

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and this is what the verses

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you know, the messenger, Muhammad, you know, he believed in what was sent to them from his lower

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one, and the Muslims or the believers, those who believe in the message of Muhammad.

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And the word

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means all of them, if they want to go themselves believers in the message of Mohammed, they have to attend the phone. They have to believe in Allah, God, Allah.

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Allah in the Arabic language means the only one through God, that the Jews believe in the Christians, you know, at early time, you know, before the Trinity was introduced, believe in

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and angels and this is also something common. So we have to accept all the agents were good to be here, all the books

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and the messengers learn.

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Even not supposed to discriminate amongst them.

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So now the question is, do Muslims believe in all messengers say yes, yes. Can they do like one of them? Then they are not Muslims. Do Muslims who believe in all books?

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Can they deny one of them?

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But somebody will say one of the books of the Bible

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is something that came later, right.

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We talked about the NGO, right, that was revealed in our mind. If you bring this back to me now you'll find me

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contradiction between the content of the message and the Quran, or the content of the Torah.

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let's move on.

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What does the Quran say about the book that was given to Moses is?

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What does the Quran say about it?

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In fact, that describes the book as

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one that's amazing. It has houden, which means that Arabic guidance, or more means light. Look at this,

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the verses in the Torah. And indeed, we have sinned down the Torah fee Ha,

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ha, which there is guidance, a lot of time to go through the details. But that's what I wanted to do. This is how the art looks at the Torah, the Buddha was given to Moses, what about the Buddha was given to Jesus?

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What does the Quran say about?

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Yeah, we'll go back.

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Again, God said Papa Farina Allah.

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And in their footsteps, meaning the other prophets came Jesus, the sound mirror, and we'll go back to this all the time, with just as mentioned in the Quran, is going to be interested as some married why we'll talk about this later on.

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Most of the

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confirming that which was revealed beforehand, which is a Torah, again, what I think in G and we gave him the energy again, look at the same exact phrasing

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in which there is guidance and light.

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So does the Quran.

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Say yes or yes? Does the Quran respect the Injeel? Yes. Okay.

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Who are the people of the book? According to the

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book, there are the Jews and the Christians, we say,

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the people of the book, okay, so Who are they?

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They are the Jews and the Christians. Why are they called? So? That's the question. So the first question is, they are, you know, the Christians. But the question is, why are they also

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they are always refer to the book because they live their life when the book was given to them. According to the book, look, according to themselves. Let me repeat this again, because this is very important. They are the people of the book, because whenever they want to do something, they go back to the book, meaning they go back to the revelation that was given to them, because there is guidance, and there is light there. So they can pick and choose, as the Quran said later on, because at some point of time in history, that's what they used to do, they will follow some, and they will not follow some. An example is in chapter two, verse number 85.

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When God blamed them, and he said,

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would you pick and choose believe in some parts of the book and disbelieve in some other parts?

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So why are they putting people in the book because they follow the book, not

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their own laws? Not man made laws. What's the religion today?

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Or what's what's the culture is stemming from the word religion.

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In the West, we are governed by secularism.

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And if you ask secularism, what religions do, they're going to tell you this. Religion is at the places of worship, Singapore church.

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Once you go out, there is no relationship. There is no relationship between your life outside the church, and what you will do. Same thing, whatever, you know, religion that you follow, so the religion is only at the place of worship. Once you come out. You do whatever you want. And that's something people must understand. In Islam, it's completely different.

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In Islam, when you say the word religion, it means it's a comprehensive way of life.

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It's a comprehensive way of life. It covers every single aspect of life.

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Even the way this isn't the washroom, can you imagine that even the way the toilet in the house would be built, you can be facing the Qibla, which direction you can be giving your back to the public.

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Even eating habits you did to the right time, but the left hand, because you're not supposed to say that.

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When you look in the mirror, this could be an act of worship.

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You're always in moments of your Creator. When you

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look at you

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Alhamdulillah all praises due to God, and that he is unhealthy, who can eat meat in the best form, and then you ask them for what is more important, love the external beauty but the internal beauty a lot more hesson pull up.

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Oh God, beautified and perfect my matters the same way as you perfected my shape

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of worship, depending on intention. If you're always aware that there's a creator, at any point of time in your life, you go back to them. And it's gonna ask you, how did you use your life that I give you? How the diversity of time? How do you use your knowledge? How do you use your brain?

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Why do people believe

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that we ask the questions.

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Have any Jew who lives today seen Moses Bishop and hammer on the Mount Sinai to

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say no, no.

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It's impossible, right?

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Did any Jews living today?

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See Moses when he hit the sea with the stick? And God paved a way for him to cross and the same land across the sea that carried Moses and his followers and save them to the other shore was the same land that carry the Pharaoh of Egypt?

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I'm talking about the Pharaoh, Moses. Okay, that the pharaoh at that time to the middle of the sea, and the throne there.

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They see that? No. Why don't they believe?

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Because it's in the Torah. America, right.

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Same thing as the pistols are here. Have you ever seen Jesus peace be upon him?

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Giving the buyer the eyesight back?

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No. Have you ever seen him raising the death?

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Have you ever seen him killing those people who have?

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No But do you believe in that?

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Christians say yes or yes. Why? Because it's in the book.

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Because it's in the book. Okay.

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Do you believe

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in all the miracles of Moses?

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Okay. Did you say that? Perfect. Do you believe that Jesus

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used to raise the dead and bring him back to life?

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With the permission?

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Yes, because this is a miracle. A miracle. It means something supernatural, something a human cannot do. A miracle. All profits, according to the belief of the Muslims were supported by

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God because anyone can come and say, I'm a messenger. I've seen this in the newspaper The day before somebody shooting at the University of Washington is claiming to be a messenger.

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But it has to come up with miracles. Right.

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And let me just

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share with you a funny story at the time of Prophet Muhammad. There are people who claim to be messengers, but it was very funny.

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This even all of them call

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the wire.

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Just to go through the history. People call him masala live.

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Why? Because one time they came and he was really annoyed

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Fortunately, because he met the smartest one amongst

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our class. And I said to him, you know, what?

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This claim that he receives, you know, he received a new chapter. Okay, it says, I received one today, too.

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So wonderful. Why don't you share with me?

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Or the chapter? And field? What

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level? Are we?

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Even though it sounds like the product, even though it's thriving,

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but people think,

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you know, so that means

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he's saying,

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the elephant, and what makes you realize what the elephant is? Wow.

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That's really serious.

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And then he said, it has a very long trunk.

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And the visual

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thing of the chapter

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seems lots of reality before he went to bed.

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you know, what?

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responded to me said, you know,

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you know that I know that you arrived, and don't ever waste my time again. He was mad at me. Because this is nonsense. Anyway.

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Wooten is claiming to be a new story.

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So back to the question, Why do people believe

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doesn't mean that they have to see the book.

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So if the Jews believe in the words of Moses, because they have sent in their book, and the Christians believe in the words of Jesus, because it's within the book, the Muslims also believe on those miracles, even without seeing them.

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You know, the good news, anybody who's reverted? I mean, it was

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You know, the Prophet Muhammad,

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whoever believes in Jesus,

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and then believes in me, he will have a double the work. So those who are born and raised Muslims, raise your hands.

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These two people, you know, are better than you.

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That's what the prophet said. In fact, there's another nation that says, Whoever believes that Jesus is a prophet, and I are prophet. And the Paradise is true. And Hellfire is true, he or she will make it to provide through any one of the eight bits of

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sin. Say what?

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That's a big word.

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But before we could proceed, there is one I'm going to repeat this again, there is one non negotiable fact about Islam, and that they repeat this for the fourth time. What I'm saying is,

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do I mean that

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all profits,

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all profits are non negotiable, in fact, which is oneness of God. There's only one God.

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And that's

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all the prophets and messengers came to confirm that fact.

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We also agreed that there's a creator and restoration. So what will happen to the creation

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or the immortal immortal?

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In chapter 55, verse number 27.

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Energy creation will come to an end with die

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except one.

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All the condition except the computer.

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So there is only one that will never come to an end, the one who created all the creation,

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but every creation will die.

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Another fact which maybe, you know, the our purpose and humanity sitting here would agree with which is they say he is the way is the is the is the beginning is the end, see exactly what Muslims believe

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is the first and is the last

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one the Muslims reside in chapter one

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por la who was the word?

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Does it say what

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is the difference? Big difference what it means one one can be preceded by zero non existence, and it can be preceded by two. But

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there is one before him, and there is no after him. That's a big difference between ahead and wide. So it means he's the first and he's the last

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could ask a question.

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Who's your father?

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What's your

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What's your name?

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Okay, well, what do you

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What's your name?

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Ahmad for you. Okay, so for us your last name right? Can we all agree on one father in this room? Just to make it easy?

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Do we all have one father? Why don't we go there? As we all will all of us have one Father, what's his name?

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But simply Adam.

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Our father is better than those who agree with this, raise your hands, our fathers and

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and that's what the prophet is terrible himself. And that's the

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mantra. All the people can be traced back to Adam. And Adam was created out of

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dust. This is all right.

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And some people might ask this question.

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Everybody has a father, no mother.

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There are applications for the drug, four possible ways of creation.

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The four possible ways of creation, the moment the way we're all created, which is a father and a mother. Okay, what's the opposite to that?

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No power? No, mother. There's only one case. Who was good. No, father, no. Mother.

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Adam? Perfect. Okay, let's move on. What's the third possible way of creation? There was also one case where there is someone that was created without a mother?

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What's her name?

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By to speak out of the rape of Adam.

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Perfect, perfect. So the creation will not would show that he is the old mighty, he can do whatever he wants. And let me ask you a question. Can the creator do whatever he wants? If he wants something he would say be and it is a game changer.

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You know, the first the name of the first space shuttle? What is it called? challenger what happened to

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what happened to they were saying this go up and challenging. What happened to the

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second time they

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go and discover

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that serious discovery can work.

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you can't change.

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You can't change.

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So if God wants something,

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he would say be it is he can say to all of us now and you have seen this happening many times in California, many places. You know,

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who's going to be the first one to hear the speaker.

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It's something natural. You don't want to bother when the earthquake happens. The city loves but I can I can just go to YouTube now and show you something like that. Exactly. You know, a lady Professor she was explaining and all of a sudden the article coming to California. She was the first one Okay, see you.

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So the question is, if God were to say to us now beat us, can you say no

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You can do this to me.

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When Katrina happened in the United States, you know what they did? They have the most sophisticated technology, they are the only superpower in the world. What happened there? They went to the church.

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Right? And the Muslims went to the mosque, they said,

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easier, please forgive our sins.

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And just one day, you know, the last $23 billion

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more than the damage that happened in Iraq.

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Think about this anyway.

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Okay, so let's go back and talk about this.

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Can God create someone without a father, a mother

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cannot create somebody without a mother? Give me examples. And he cannot create somebody without a father. He did? What's his name? Thank you so much. What's his name?

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So when he did that, what was the boy, I can do it.

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And this is why the chapter 19, named after Mary would there is no chapter in the Koran named under the name of any of the wives of the Prophet, or any member of discovery. It says, we made you as a sign. So people would reflect,

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could answer the question, which is more difficult to create without a father, or a mother, or a father?

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First one is more than the right. This is exactly what God says in this verse. Because

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you don't do so.

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for free.

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Because we will say, how can you prove it how he was created? Without

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that said, in,

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in the law,

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to ask you about how Jesus was

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so difficult.

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So he said, The similitude of Jesus with a lot with God is like he said to him,

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Be and he was

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so deep, and it's amazing.

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When you go even to the Bible, you know, in Luke 228, it's says when he was referring to Jesus, when he was eight days old.

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The angel

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named him Jesus, when he was still in the womb of his mother.

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Because that

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was his name.

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He was named when he was eight days in the womb of his mother. Can you imagine your God to be in the womb?

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Does this make sense to assume the voting the Bible?

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Okay, so let's go back. How many times is added mentioned abroad? for Muslims?

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I'll give you a chocolate

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25. Chocolate here. Oh, look.

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Now, do you know how many times Jesus has mentioned

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25 times? Isn't this amazing? The verse says, the similar view of Jesus is like that of Adam.

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Both of them are mentioned 25 times. Well, can I ask you the question? Do you know how many times the prophet of Islam Prophet Mohammed is mentioned in the Quran?

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is mentioned in the Koran more than Muhammad Yes.

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What does this tell you

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to think about?

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Is the chapter in the Quran, named after Khadija, the most beloved wife of the Prophet?

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Father, his daughter, but you know what? chapter 19 is called this one medium in Arabic, which means wearing

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the mother of Jesus is beautiful.

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What does this do?

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Every human being has no right to be called by the name of the Father. Right?

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And it's very bad. Sometimes when you ask someone, they would feel very bad.

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I don't know.

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How many of you are planning to marry? Raise your hand?

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How many of you are planning to marry and take the name of the customers? Raise your hand?

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Okay. Okay. See, it's very common. It's a common practice in this country, right? Once you get the name of your husband or the family.

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Okay. Now

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in the,

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in the Proverbs, chapter 33, verse number five, God said,

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everybody has the right to be called by the name of the Father. I know many cases, when I was in the United States, and in Canada, they have so many problems, because once they get divorced, and they're stuck with the name of the husbands, they can do nothing about.

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It's a big problem.

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And this is why Simon says the only thing everyone has the right to be called by the name of the Father, somebody who asked the question

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before we go there, ask the questions, would you like me to share some statistics with you?

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According to who, according to who

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according to who w h o,

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World Health Organization.

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So according to who

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there is 100

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of intimacy between men and women every day.

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And as a result, there is 110,000 cases of conceptions.

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And there is 35,000 cases of sexually

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transmitted diseases.

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There is also

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15,000 350,000 abortions every day, according to who?

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According to who?

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According to me,

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It's amazing.

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It's really bad. When a child doesn't know.

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Do we have this common in our culture?

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It's amazing. There is only one person

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who's not cold.

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Call them by the name of the Father. But there's only one person in the bar who's not all of his father, simply because he does not have a father. This is why he's always called the son of Mary.

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It's done. But Jesus.

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This is why every single time he has mentioned the fraud, it will always say there is no money.

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What does this tell you?

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It's confirmed the fact that it's a miracle. It's a sign of the power. Who could create without a father or a mother, he can also create without a father. This is why it's a confirmation every single time.

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Because you know, father.

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And let me just tell you, there are certain things in the Christian theology that Muslims will accept, but it doesn't mean they accept everything as we'll see later on.

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But there are other facts that are mentioned about Jesus and His miracles that Muslims accept

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I would share with you some articles that are mentioned in the Quran, but they're not mentioned in the Bible that Jesus did as Muslims.

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Let me ask the question before we move to the next slide,

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we'll take

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let me ask you this question.

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Muslims, do you believe that Jesus peace be upon him?

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used to give him the death? That hitting back with the permission of God?

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Raise your hands.

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Muslims, do you believe that Jesus speak up and help us to raise the depth? with the permission of God? Raise your hands.

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Muslims do believe that Jesus feast upon him used to give them the eyesight after the last with the permission of God, raise your hands.

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Muslims do believe that Jesus

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turned the water into alcohol? Raise your hands.

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There's only two hands.

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What happens?

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Yes, yes.

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We need to think about this. People who didn't raise their hands, you raise your hand every single time because this is mentioned.

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Right? In your book. This is where you base your belief, right?

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But isn't mentioned in the karate turn the water into a cup? or Why? No. Let me ask the two who raised their hands.

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Oh my God, why?

01:02:06--> 01:02:07

Why did you say is

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because it's a miracle. And then I'm just gonna I was just confirming the miracles that you were saying. So I wasn't literally listening to everything. But I was just trying to confirm that. Yes, I agreed that it was by God.

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Yes, I'm gonna blame the camera. We're always using the cameras. I was literally listening. Oh, so it was okay. So

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you heard about it. Okay, perfect. That does something. Because Prophet Muhammad taught us something. He said, Sometimes when you read in the books that were before you, things that will confirm what's in the product. So believe in them.

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And you will find things that are contradicting what's in the garage, don't believe in them.

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And you will find things that are not yet they're not contradicting the word confirm, just be silent. And this is why many people who used to say yes, yes.

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We're silent.

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We abstained from voting. What we could be right or could be wrong. If we say wrong, it's right. or making a mistake. If we say right, and it's wrong, we make a mistake. So we better be silent. Because sometimes it's good to say I don't know. But unfortunately today, it's a sign of weakness. What do you think like, oh, come to me an expert. And I'll give you an opinion about anything. No. Sometimes it's safe to say no, because nobody knows. Is that clear? So you're areas where again, we're not trying to be silent.

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Okay, what's the most popular name in the world?

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It's very popular everywhere.

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the question is

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even I know somebody who's in deep love with the name that his name is Mohammed Mohammed, Mohammed Mohammed.

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And even like one of them has 10 children they call them Mohammed the first comment the second comment,

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give them numbers.

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It's amazing.

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How many in the room the first name or the middle name or the last name somewhere in there, this Mohammed Raise your hands

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How many in the room they know someone you know whose first name or last name or middle name is Mohammed Raise your hand.

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Okay? Okay.

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So do Muslims also take other names other than Mohammad

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What's the meaning of Arabic for Jesus per se?

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Right? How many Muslims here in the room the name could be

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of Mashallah we have 123 Perfect. Okay, how many of you know someone whose first name or middle name or last name is Lisa Raise your hand.

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Great. Greg, same things applies to Moses applies to J applies to Abraham

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Lincoln to reflect on that

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okay, the female

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father for the system.

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The name after?

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You know, computer sometimes freeze.

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So this is like, you know, the most beloved one.

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This one the right.

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Okay, how many Muslims here in the room? The name is Maria Maria is?

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One, two.

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How many do you know are Muslims? And the name? Are Maria?

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Muslims not married.

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So what?

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Is there any chapter in the provider named after Khadija? Anyone?

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Is there any one of the family of the Prophet mentioned by him in the crop?

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What's the move chapter number 19, in

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a whole chapter, telling us the story, how she conceived of Jesus.

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And how she was instructed when she's going to meet the people. And they're going to tell her how did you became pregnant?

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And he gave birth to a child. When your dad was a good man, and your mother was a prostitute? How come? And God told her pointed him?

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Yes, I'm fasting and we're going to talk. It's a different type of fasting. People fast they abstain from eating and drinking, right. But there was a special fasting for America to and read chapter 90 is tell them I vowed that I'm going to be fasting when you talk to anyone. And he said they asked you just pointed. And when she pointed at him,

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he talked Jesus in the cradle.

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What were the first words that came out of his mouth?

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He said, I am the servant of God. He never said, I am the Son of God.

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And I dare you to bring me a verse. In other words, he said, I am the Son of God, or I am God. Ideally.

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Also, I'm the son of man.

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Even when he told me he said, my father heavens, it's figuratively

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because in the Bible itself, I'm going to repeat the verse that I quoted. It says when he was eight days, the angel named him Jesus, when he was in the womb of his mother.

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He was in the womb of his mother. She's a human being like you like me. But is he like you and me when it comes to the status with God never. is so useful.

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In many ways,

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because all of us, we had a father, but it doesn't have a father, simply because it's a sign of the power of God, we can leave without nothing.

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So chapter 19, is named after Not only that, you know, we talked about very recently in the last few years.

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And it's written, it's also in the Bible. In john, it says that Jesus wouldn't he wants to know his mother, he made her computer for 40 days.

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Isn't this the case with any woman who gets pregnant and gives birth.

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And this woman believed he was given a miraculous birth.

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So God is saying, in the last of our talking about marriage, he said, Indeed, God has chosen you.

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And unified you was the focus, and choosing you.

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Above all, the women of your time, this is how marriage is held in high esteem. And

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this is how the Muslims marry, according to what God revealed to the Prophet.

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And, of course, we have the whole story, when the agent came to her. And he said, I'm having the good news, that you're pregnant, and you have Jesus.

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And mercy, is of the money, and even talked about the status before he came to visit YG Jr.

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He will have a very high status in this life, and it will be very close to God. And the second life, and it's the same thing in the Bible, it says is going to be on the right hand of the Lord is the same meaning. But as Muslims, we don't believe that the Lord has a right hand and left hand.

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But it's the same concept that is going to be very close to not.

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So let me ask the question, according to the traditional Muslims, what's the most beloved name to God?

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Abdullah, what was the first words that Jesus said when he was in the cradle?

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because this is the most loved name to God. So he said, the most loved name to God.

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Many times you always hear what is the word that is dispersed, and the exact words that are used?

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What meaning the Word of God, when you said B, and B was, whoa, we all have something in the Spirit of God, because after our creation in the womb of our mothers, the Angel of spirits comes down and pray to the Spirit. And this is why after, you know, four months, they will tell you this, you know, the embryo starts moving, because the spirit is there.

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And people would say, how come the existence of the Father, again, is the word of God.

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And he

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was very a virgin. Yes. That's what we leave. That's what God said.

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And we'll talk about the four.

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In conclusion,

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we talked about the miracles of jesus peace be upon him,

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you know, as we believe when it came in the previous books for an article,

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but do you know that there is I'm going to share one with you.

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That's not mentioned in the energy

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that Jesus peace be upon him, he used to come up with clay and you will form the shape of a verb.

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And then he would blue

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on that claim, and the bird will fly

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to become a bird.

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This is described in the book you will only find this in the prologue. So the brand even is confirming the fact that Jesus is unique in many ways.

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But there's a fact that's gonna come out and it's gonna amaze everyone.

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What's the first thing a flight attendant will tell you when you are seated on the plane

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On your seatbelt to something serious is coming, okay, so

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I'm gonna come and check

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something amazing.

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profitable, Mohammed disappeared in one of his traditions, and the Muslims will have two options after religion to agree or agree. He said, every single human being at birth, when they're born, they're touched by Satan.

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And this is why they cry.

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Every single human being from the beginning of creation to the end, when they are born, they are touched by Satan. And this is why they cry. There are only two exceptions.

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Only two exceptions to human beings who are not touched by Satan, to know who they are.

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Mary and Jesus is there

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to talk?

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Yes. Why?

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Because their mother, you know, the wife of Oregon, what did she do? She made, she prayed.

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She said, we're in need for a yoga

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And I seek refuge with You, for her and the descendents that will come out of her from Satan. So the only two wouldn't marry came to life. And when Jesus came to life, they will have touched by Satan.

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This is something that our Prophet peace be upon us. So you wouldn't mind sharing something like that. He wouldn't hide the fact something that makes Jesus very unique.

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And you can check that inside this hadith is agreed upon

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to go to move forward and go under

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Jesus, you will find this.

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So Rob Palmer does not shy away from saying that he wouldn't hide the fact about Jesus.

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And to conclude, this is perfect. As we mentioned before, you know, in chapter three, verse 185, God says

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every single soul with tasty

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every single soul will taste

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so somebody would say, Okay, we got tuna.

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Brothers and for Christians, they're gonna say we call tuna.

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Ha, Muslims, do you believe in crucifixion?

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Say No, no. Do you believe that Jesus was crucified?

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No. Okay.

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Did he die?

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No. So what happened to them?

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He was taken up and raised

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to didn't die. But you said every single soul with this death? How can we accept that then?

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How can we accept that?

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Yes, because God said

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as we will see later on. That is one of the major signs that the day of judgment is coming close is the Jesus will come back.

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So the Muslims are waiting for him.

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So his job is not accomplished. Will he come with a new faith, new religion? No, they come from the same religion, but he has a mission to be done.

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So what happened to Mohamed Give me the word that he died. What happened to Moses?

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He died what happened to know Abraham, Isaac, Jacob they all but what happened to Jesus?

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The bronzer

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will totally him in attendance

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is of no money.

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And when they said that we killed you know the Messiah is a sort of miracle.

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masala, the Messenger of Allah.

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Woman is all about stating a fact he said they neither kill him nor

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crucify them. And this is what the Muslims believe, because God says,

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Well, I can should be helpful. But so it was made to appear to them.

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And another verse,

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God said,

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season hacking, may Allah subhanaw taala, raise him up unto himself.

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So the question is, what happened to this?

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So he never died?

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To say not you?

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Right? No,

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because he has a job. He's a messenger of a prophet according to the getting his land. This is why we say Jesus is a Muslim, meaning he submits to the will of God. And he promotes the same concept that every other prophet promotes, which is submit to God, there's only one God is your salvation.

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But he has a special title that was mentioned in the Quran 11 times, that title was never given to any other property. And you must see the Messiah. Why? Because untied Christ is one of the major signs that the end of life is coming, and the judgment is approaching. And the job of Jesus

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is going to be leaving all the believers when he comes down, and it's going to be the one to kill the anti fast

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me, You, Jesus himself? No, let's go back to the very first time that we all agreed on the Creator, who came to Jesus and everyone else, and told them to submit.

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So what does the Christ mean?

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Jesus is the Messiah. And the Jews believe in Jesus as the Messiah, the answer is no.

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Do Muslims who believe in Jesus as the Messiah, I can tell you? Yes, yes. So he has a job to do, right.

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That's why he has to come back.

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After he comes back, and kills the

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Prophet Muhammad said, He's gonna die.

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And the believers of hype, they're gonna bring him because again, he is one of the perfect human beings, like all the other prophets were chosen by God, to deliver a message, which is submit to God to God is one.

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And this is your submission.

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And this is why in the parameters it says, What 11 or 11

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an hour God, God is the same, but a lot does whatever he wants. A lot. Save Abraham. From the fire. Yes, sir. Yes. A lot. Sir. Moses, Moses from the pharaoh yesterday? Yes. A lot of saved Egyptian recently from the pharaoh yesterday. Yes.

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Okay. But a lot choose not to say, john, and he was killed.

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Is that right? Right. Why? Because God said many times in Nevada, Allah does whatever he will.

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No challenger, yes for discovery. Is that clear? So nobody can question that.

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He cannot be questioned about whatever he does, because he's the old wife. Your wisdom is incomplete. Your wisdom is imperfect, but his wisdom is perfect. Is the old wife.

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Does everyone in the room agree that God does whatever he will.

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So for some wisdom, you choose to save some people choose not to save some people, wisdom, and you job. He was sick for so many years, even though he was a prophet, mostly Joseph in the midst of lineage ever, because he's a prophet, the son of a prophet is that is Jacob or Israel describes his grandfather is either a prophet, his grandfather is Abraham. And he went through a lot. He lost his mother when he was a child. He was taken by his own brothers for into the world

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to be deprived from his power. And he was sold as a slave. And he served in the House of Lords of Egypt, and he was seduced by the disease and he was thrown into jail.

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Who are you and me compared to Joseph the best of age, but a lot less whatever you will have a right

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to life.

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This is the

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Because Jesus is one of the signs, one of the major signs of the judgment of the Day of Judgment, this is why the Protestant will have to come back.

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And Muslims believe that Jesus has to come back to the job of the Messiah.

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He won't teach something new about the fate of all profits, because as I said, All profits came with the same message. So

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there's only one God, He is the Creator, he has no son, he doesn't need a son. Because you're I

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thought there was no there was no one before him, there is no after him, why would he need a

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prophet Muhammad said, there is no trial for humans more worse than the anti christ. This is why the Messiah, Jesus has a very good job, which is to read the word of this trial and kill.

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Let me just finish with this. This is a beautiful dialogue

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between God and Jesus. And this is going to happen without judgment, but we are told about it, what God is going to say,

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Oh, Jesus, have you told the people to take me to sort of to take your view and your mother, as to God's beside me? And look at the beautiful answer from, you know, Jesus is gonna say,

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you are far from imperfection. And I don't have the right to say this. I only told them what you told me to worship you alone, with no problems. And when you took me alive, I don't know what's happening to them.

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And then he said, at the end of the verses, if you

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were to

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punish them, you're the Old Evil. And if you were to forgive them, you're the most forgiving.

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And when our gross profit distributor used to recite these verses, used to cry,

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and used to stop them and deflect This is a very deep dialogue. Again, that reflects the fact that Jesus

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is gonna say, I never said that. That was changed after me. I'm innocent of that.

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The problem is program one day said to the physical therapist, is I wish that you will be half of the people of products. I wish that you will be half of the products. And my question to you was going to be the other half.

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Have you ever thought about this? Prophet Muhammad said, I wish this combined with asking him, you know, what would be our percentage in paradise? I wish that you'd be half God promised him that? Who would be the other half? The other Muslims, the other Muslim Muslims? Oh, do you mean they were Muslims before Muhammad?

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Yes. Why? Because all Prophets came with Islam. Would you like even me to recite to some verses from the

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that say before even the count of Mohammed? many prophets, if not all of them, mentioned that they are Muslims. I'll give you this. Just the examples, three examples. chapter two, verse one to eight. God said, when Abraham and Israel, we're rebuilding the carpet.

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They were making God wasn't a

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Wow. That was born yet. In fact, later on came from the age of Islam, right? So this man they were submitting God subjugating, invoking the name of God say, Oh, God,

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make us and somebody told me.

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This is a contradiction in the rock. It says Nick as Muslims and Mohammed was not born, as in fact, this proves what you are disagreeing with me about?

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because Islam is not the religion of Islam is the reason to start with going through nor Abraham all of them. So they're saying make us die instead of submission.

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That's the meaning of Islam. Not only that,

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also, we have Mr. him when he

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later on in the same song, and Abraham and Jacob, you know, their children. They said, Yeah.

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Oh, my son's God has chosen the religion for you.

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11 Muslim, do not die. Again, the physician wouldn't be except as Muslims, because Prophet Muhammad was not there yet.

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But it means in

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submission to God.

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Chapter 12, verse 101.

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use after all the trends he went through, after the reunion with his family, what was his ultimate goal in life?

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He raised his hands to God, he said,

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Oh, my Lord, you've given me power.

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And you have told me the interpretation of dreams.

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You are the Creator of the heavens and the earth?

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you're my supporter in this life, and they want to come, what do you want, after all this introduction will

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make me die, instead of submission to was Muhammad bornean.

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I can go on and on

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all the profits in the 25, provincial by name, they admitted the fact that they are Muslims, in the sense of, we submit to the only one true God because this is our salvation. So the other half exactly the answer that the brother gave here were the Muslims before

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in time before prophet because the people who followed Jesus discovered him before the book was changed their boat, give me the right word, Muslims, the people who believe in the Torah accident and somebody called Moses is a Muslim. Jesus is

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Abraham is Jacob. So

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this is what we mean. They also made it to the Word of God, like Muhammad, Muhammad did not come up with the European helmet came to revive the new sorry, the old, same message Submit.

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So amazing that he said on the Day of Judgment, I was like, you know, as if he like he was gonna show like a video of what's going to happen. You know, is it I saw a profit coming or the Day of Judgment. And now

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the ultimate language means the number from three to nine. So like four or five people following a profit, it's been all his life, and he's gone with four or five people found him. And he said, what I couldn't be

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a profit town with a judgment. And I saw some profits will go forwards.

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But then he saw roses with lots of people. And he saw again, his phone was also lots of people. So this is what he said, I wish to do the half.

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So this is why the other half are the true and I wanted to underline this, the true followers of prophets, Moses, and Jesus, before the message was changed.

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This is why God said, they have disbelieved and said, this is exactly the Quran, Jesus is God.

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This is how the poor on faith.

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So Muslims have the last revelation. And we have the mention of all other books and profits before us.

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Adam, for the Day of Judgment would say, myself, myself, under so much torture,

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they're going to go to them and say, Please, go into civil guard against myself, myself. And every prophet will take us to the next one, until they arrive to Jesus. Everyone before him, will mention a sin that he committed, except Jesus is not going to mention anything, but he's going to say, go to

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and that was the beginning. That will be the beginning of the intercession on the Day of Judgment.

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You know, if he was the last one, he would say, I'm for it, but he's not going to mention innocent. The only one is going to say going to

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go to him, and he will intercede for the beginning of the day.

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Thank you very much.

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We'll take some questions.

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Okay, so this is a question and answer session.

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We're not taking any mini lectures from

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Raise your hand and I'll rotate from a brother to sister or guide to work and so forth,

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is going to go this half an hour,

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we're going to go for about half an hour.

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Okay, just before we start, this is the bacon anyway, as I said before, if I said anything that offended anyone in any way, that was not meant, I'm just sharing with you what we believe in accordance.

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So it's no offense in any way. And I apologize if anything that I mentioned, offended anyone? indirectly. So the question I'm going to take is a question, a very short question. No lecture, those statements. Just a question, if you have a question.

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mentioned it, Jesus is the only one

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is an element or is there a symbolic way in which

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The question is, if Jesus was not named after his father, what about Adam is also that he was named after? And the answer is,

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Adam is unique. And Jesus is unique. But if we compare the uniqueness of the two, Adam would be more unique. Because Jesus had no father or mother. That's why he was called by the name of his mother. But Jesus had none of both. So it's not the subject. Adam has no father, no mother, so you wouldn't be called the Son of God? He is just Adam, because it's the beginning of creation. Okay, so is the beginning, this is what he would call them, the father of humanity. Okay. Same thing with him. Okay. This is why as Muslims, we believe that God created an Eve.

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elaborate on

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what the job of the Christ is.

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And also what you meant at the end of

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performance, role, judgment. What is my role?

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Okay, for the first part of the question, which is, what's the job of Jesus, the Christ, as referred to is always referred to

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as Jesus the Christ, and this is the Messiah.

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His job is when he comes down, he'd come down, and he'd be leaving the believers, all the believers, all people who believe in one God, I'm going to join him.

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And he will,

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like, he's going to be close to the end of time. Another major sign that would happen would be the emergence and the coming of the Antichrist. And Prophet Muhammad is different, I mentioned that.

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That antichrist will be one night, give, like some description of him, he'll be very powerful, God will give him so much power, will give him like a paradise and he'll fight with him. And if somebody for example, ask them for something and give it to him right away. But he said, the believers will see on his forehead here, you know, character, meaning disbeliever. But people who don't have strong faith, they will be intimidated by him, and they will follow Him because He will not follow me, I'm going to kill you. Even some people ask him to bring the forefront he will be given so much power, he will just even cut somebody into the house and bring him back. So much power, so he will be a big

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threat. And this one Prophet Muhammad said, there is no trial for humanity worse than the Antichrist. So Jesus peace be upon him. When he comes back, he's not coming with a new, a new religion because as we said, there's nothing called the new religion, the religion is Islam from the beginning to the end, what differs of what the way of life every time, it becomes easier and easier and easier. So

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his job is going to be to lead the believers. And he's gonna, once he comes down, he's gonna bring across to say, I was like a symbol of crucifixion. And he's gonna stop dealing with the disease, just like you know, the attacks that people would give, if they don't submit to God. Because you're gonna be like, all over the Muslims or the believers at that time. So he's gonna say,

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anymore. So you have the only choice that you have, you have to submit to God. And then the Antichrist will go around the world, you know, goes in lots of trials, in try to come close to where this is, will be, and this will come out and kill him. But after that, he will live for a very short period, and the Prophet said there will be a very gentle breathe of air

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That will take the spirits and the soul of all the believers of the time. And the end of life will not come except the very the most evil and wicked people who live in at the time. So the second part of the question was, can

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we get back to you if there's a chance for other questions? So the second part of the question, which is, what's the role of Muhammad peace be upon him on the Day of Judgment,

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he will be given a special status.

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The son now is 93 million miles away. Again, 93 billion miles away.

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On the day of judgment, as the Prophet Muhammad peace upon him, one of his traditions is that it's gonna be

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even the one that tradition said, I'm not sure whether me the mic is the mic, which is 1.6 kilometers over.

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But the small thing that the woman used to put the black stuff in there, I suppose, mascara, or

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whatever, okay. Whatever she said, Okay, so that's in the Arabic language, as much as that. So he said, People do sweat, some people with their sweat will be up to their ankles, because of the heat of the sun. Some others will be up to their knees, others up to the waist, others up to the collarbones, others will be drowning in their sweat. But there is seven categories of people will be under the shade of the throne, one there will be no shade, except the shade of a throne of heart. And he mentioned people who are fair, people in a book give charity, people who they are seduced by a woman of authority and BD, say we feel that we can do this, because this is forbidden, you know, a

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person would sit down and

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cry over and since you know, two people who love each other for the sake of God, they always come to do good. And when they leave, they remind each other to do good. So you mentioned seven categories of people. So he said at that point, people will wish to go to hell fire, but just to stop their judgment, and that they will be 50,000 years that the judgment

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is 15,000 years. So people will be like so you know, going through so much. So they're going to go to the nearest they can talk to them directly. They're going to go to the nearest wants to go to Adam to start with. They gonna say Adam, you are the father of humanity got to deal with his own hands. So don't you see what we are going through wanting to go and intercede for us. So he's gonna say I was commanded not to eat from the tree, but I did never seen I've seen myself myself is going to send us to know, a noise gonna send us to a chain until they're gonna send us to Moses. And then Moses is gonna say, I killed someone by mistake. And we know the story. Until we come to Jesus,

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Jesus is the only one also this is a new situation, isn't

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it because he was taking up a life when he was 33.

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So he's not gonna mention his name, but he's gonna say, you know what, go to this, why the Muslims, they know that for a fact when they, when they hear the call for prayer, they should repeat after the order. And at the end, they say a lot more. But it

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was a lot of time at

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the law bathroom.

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Just to make a long story short, like this is a supplication after the goal of prayer after up after the war. And you ask God to give Mohammed, that special status in a judgment, which is the status of being able to intercede for all humanity to start the day of judgment. And he knew from now, or from that time, he was told that he would be the one but out of humbleness. He said, I wish I would be the one who always informed him when I asked him

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so he's gonna go to the throne, and he's gonna make prostrate himself. And he said, God is going to teach me certain praises and certain obligations, I'm going to say them and God is gonna say to him, raise your head, ask for whatever you want in the given

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intercession. I just wanted a judgment to start so the day of judgment will start that's a unique situation for

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the guy with the

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scent ally is God right? So from all eternity past, it's been Allah Allah has been no white, no side, nothing. Right? Right. It's just

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all of mankind you all see gapping search for love the feeling of love and true love.

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True Love can lead to revenue stress between two or more people. That's the definition of love. I got a lot of self sacrificial love is something that you have between two or more people. One of the distinctions of Christianity obviously is that what is the question? The question sorry.

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Allah from all eternity past has been by himself. Allah can be merciful. It can be justice, he can be powerful, but ultimately, he can

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I'll be loving because what I share what I would say is love is emotion that is shared between

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people this what you think right? How many people agree with him. However disagree with him, raise your hands.

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Thank you. Let me just tell you something.

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We are limited. Do you agree or disagree?

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Okay, when we say God, okay because we don't say that Allah is a God Allah is that

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so let me describe this okay? Because again when we say a lot Can you be this afternoon say Allah? Allah, Allah. Perfect, perfect. Okay. Allah in Arabic comes from the word Illa Illa means a god, okay. But we add that which is a different article and so becomes a dilemma, but not every time we say.

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So, we took the hammer

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out and we amalgamated the two lamps became a law, which means that God when you say a book,

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right, amen, man, any man will say the man.

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Man, right? So say Allah is the only one true God worthy of worship. Now, for him to be God, he has to be perfect in everything in everything.

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He doesn't need any of his creation.

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So this is why it doesn't need passionate or sympathy.

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Okay, so if you have knowledge, is there anyone in the room here was more knowledgeable than you?

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Could be lots of people, right? Okay. If you are wise, you could be wiser than some people in the room. That's right. But are there people in the world wiser than you? Okay, who is the source of all knowledge?

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Perfect, who is the source of all wisdom?

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Who is the source of all power, we can keep going on. So don't say that. He at any time, he was in need of something. Okay, he doesn't know how to express his emotions. Because when we think of God, we don't think of him in human terms.

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And he said in the Quran very clearly, basic chemistry. There is no light unto him. So when you think about him, you will go astray. So think about his attributes. That's what our Prophet taught us. Because our limited human mind cannot reach to even imagine him.

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I'm very curious as to

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Mecca itself, and specifically the stone

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from from heaven. I just I'm really uneducated. And I'm just wondering if you could tell me what the purpose of this stone was, and, and why

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Muslims worship, worship. And never.

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Okay, let me just clarify something. We don't worship stones. We don't worship.

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And we don't worship the gods. Because I was asked this question. One time I was in a park in Toronto. They were like 25 families, Muslim families, we were just going out for barbecues. And the funny story is, the time came for the prayer.

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And in the middle of people playing basketball, playing volleyball, soccer, you know, we've been chatting, you know, and cooking.

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All of this, a very beautiful voice of a child who was like nine years old, King, and he did like this a

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lot law.

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Which means God is the greatest, cause the greatest, once he said this, every single one left everything they are doing because this is the meaning of it. The translation I give you those the greatest, but the meaning that hits you in the heart is God is greater than everything, leave it and come and respond because it's time to pray. It's real time to wish everyone left everything. And we're all gathered. There was a young Canadian couple sitting by the lake. Simple. This is the Zero Hour.

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The terrorists are gathering up.

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They're gonna do something.

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And guess what, who is the leader of the terrorists?

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So I stood in front, and I started praying.

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Imagine like almost 150 people behind me line up straightforward lines and just said one word

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They were lined up.

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After we finished, that young man came to me and his wife.

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They said, Young man, congratulations.

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He said, You guys are very fast.

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So what do you mean? He said, Man, you would like standing with your back to them doing the physical exercise, and they will sit

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down, they gotta

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look at them.

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But I have two questions. Why do you guys kiss the ground?

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And second,

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what is the magic word when I'm a military man, it takes me at least 10 minutes to fix account 150 people, he just one word. And it turned out and

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I said the word is still

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a magic word. Because they know what they're doing is number one. Number two, we don't hit the ground, we show total submission. And this is how jabril

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told Prophet Mohammed,

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how to pray. And it's amazing. If you go to the Bible, if you go to any book, it will say, and then Jesus fell on the ground, and he presented himself to God. And then Moses, Phil, if you go back and follow Dr. Phil on the cloud, and he proceeded to answer all of them that that all of them.

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We're not talking about different versions that have changed everything.

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Okay, so the question is, do we worship the Kaaba, I go there every, every year, we have something called pilgrimage Hutch, every that's one of the blessings of God, I take a group I lead them, and then we go there and explain everything to them. So

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I was met with Canadian lawyer had to do some business with her. And she's like, you know what, I'm convinced that Islam is the truth. 95% is two questions. What do you guys substitute the 363 160 items that were around the Kaaba at the time of Muhammad? With one which is the carpet so you go around?

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That's what we do. Right? What do you do?

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I said, Listen,

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there's a big difference between the belief in the heart and the action that we do.

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What does this mean? Does anyone in this room believe that the car the building can bring you any benefit? Or word of mouth from you know?

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Anyone? Okay.

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When we go there, we touched the Blackstone, if we can get it, we can get it right. If not, we touch it. If not, we wait from far away. But even when we do this, do we believe that the Blackstone, we are working on it, but it can bring us any benefit. It can take away from us in your heart. That's the belief, you need to correct that. And everyone should know that. And I hope that you will share this with others.

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Number three, which is very important. And

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this is what I love so much about Jesus. You don't know how much you love him and be more than you?

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Yeah, so the question is,

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he used to give parables. And parables make things like very easy. And if you don't mind, before we leave, I'm going to share a very nice story by Jesus bishop.

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Because I love this story.

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This will send you a message back home. But

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I said to her, what do you do for life? She said, I'm a lawyer. I said, Do you have your own offices? No, I work for a law firm. I said, What are you wearing? And she said, like this is the uniform.

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All of us as lawyers, we have to be dressed like that. I said, Who can manage to do this? She said, the firm that I work for and like the port, I can go without this uniform. I said, What if you become rebellious?

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You don't want the paycheck at the end? You just go to the room. It's like no, you don't I'm gonna come with my

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training suits or whatever. Okay, for my shorts. Would they allow her?

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We might give her a lot of attention and then she's gonna be fine, right? I have to listen to my employer. Because I need a paycheck at the end of the month. Muslims What do you need at the end of your life

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was the way to learn by listening to the commands of your Creator. So God commanded us in the army is one year for wafu will be

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one of the rituals that you have to do is to go around, you know that building so

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We follow the command. But we never believe that the building will do anything to us whether its benefit or harm. Even if this is the meaning of Islam, Islam means submission without argument, because you are I want to say it doesn't make sense. And this is exactly, you know, exactly like this. There was a, there was a classroom and the teacher was an atheist.

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And he said, any Muslims in this class, and a younger look, and she was intimidated by

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it. Yes. Stand up. Do you believe in God, isn't it? Yes. Where's he said?

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He said, Did you see him? No. Did you touch him? said no, there's no that set up. Okay.

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But then she stood up again.

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Sir, I have a question for you.

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So, go ahead. Please promise me you're not going to be offended. No offense go.

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Up, Do you consider yourself sane?

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First, yes.

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Where is it?

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Somewhere here? Can you see it? No.

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Is it? No, it's a terrible, I'm sorry to tell you.

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Does this make sense?

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So again, if you look at all the rituals that we do in one village, they are all beginning.

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Because the word yet the word submission means Submit. Without our intro we do we kiss a stone. And this is one hour, the second one to the Muslims. He made that strong statement. He said, By God, I kiss you and I know that you are a stone that can bring no benefit word of no art. And unless I had seen the Prophet kissing you, I would never kiss you. So what do we do? Follow the Prophet because we need paradise because Paradise is behind him and behind Jesus and behind Moses.

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Is that clear? Okay, even we go to another place, you know, there's nothing except a pillar made of concrete. And this is the symbol of Satan. Okay, and we pick up a piece of paper like stones Muslim, and we throw at that big stone.

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Someone came to us

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and said, We are submitting that says do it this way. Because Abraham did it this way. When he was commanded to slaughter his son, he went and Satan stopped him three times at the exact three spots when we go for Hajj, we stop and do the same thing with Abraham as if we're saying Oh, Satan

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will kill you. Okay, but not physically. not physically. Like Jesus could be the Son of God figuratively meaning

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like we are all the children of God as He created us and he takes care of us but not physically. Okay? So it's amazing when you go there you will find species that is they get very emotional when they stone you know that say that? They don't you know, they don't bother, you know, just like, stop at the small ones. Sometimes they pick up this the person

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got I got stoned myself because I was

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doing it. And like we say when we go there, and they would like Sterling for all of us.

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Thank you so much for coming.

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birth the authority

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Can you repeat the last statement?

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how can how can we confirm our how do we accept the authenticity?

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You accept the authenticity?

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Okay, yeah. Except some of the doctrines that would say

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I'm waiting for this.

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Now the question is how come that we accept

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the fact that Muslims should believe in all prophets and if they deny accepting one of them that are Muslims, yet there are certain doctrines

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that we do not accept even though they are mentioned in the book suppose prophets are messengers, okay?

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You need to understand two facts first.

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The Torah was revealed in what what language

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and in the gospels, the good news, whatever you call

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aromatic, okay, the Quran was revealed which language,

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Arabic, Arabic okay.

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So these three languages, these three languages if you starting with this, they fall under the same family of languages. They're both Semitic languages. Okay. Now,

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let's go back and ask the question.

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Do we have

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the Torah that was given to Moses in Hebrew? And it's for us to say yes or no. Thank you so much. So we don't

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know what to do we have the Injeel the book that was given to Jesus

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that was given to him and are back

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in our hands now say yes or no.

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This Another thing is okay. Because there are also a wonderful discipline how we accept that.

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do we have the poor art that was revealed in Arabic more than 14 centuries ago in our hands today?

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In Arabic, same language, same 114 chapters, no single change of one word? Anybody?

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Can anybody from the non Muslim say yes, yes. Okay. Now, next question. This is

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what you have in your hands now, of the Torah or the Injeel

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is a translation of a translation of a translation,

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interpreter and translator with the right conditions for the last 20 years are translated the number of books asked me as an expert in translation, when we translate from the source language to target language, at least, at least 15 to 20% of the message is lost.

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And there is nothing called there is nothing called two identical words within one language, let alone translate from one language into another language.

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So much as lost in Italy.

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Third question was

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the Injeel written at the life time, I want to say the lifetime when Jesus was on earth because we don't believe that he was supposed to die? When he wasn't Earth was a trillion dollar during his life on Earth at the time? The answer, according to all historians know, what was written the most authentic integration said at least 400 years after he was taken up a life according to the belief of the wisdoms, but after he was crucified according to the belief of the Christians, that

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was written by some people that we don't know even the last name until today, Matthew, Matthew, who

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was the Nova

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Okay, so, if I were to write a letter, today, I was used to like, like, you know, my name is

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like millions of people.

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Okay, I have to give you a full name. So you can check the authenticity of who I am, where I'm coming from. And, you know, the university that I graduated from, is 1000 years old, the university. Okay.

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So, the question here is, the Quran was written down, written down at the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad, peace.

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Okay, and the art was transmitted to us as Muslims and to the whole world as they know in two forms a written form

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I decided for which is like we will say like an order for the Quran was memorized, was taken to heart

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by hundreds of the companions of Prophet Muhammad. Today, it's memorized by millions of Muslims. And you will be amazed I can bring you some people might be amongst oceans now who don't speak an Arabic word and they will rise to

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604 pages, just push the button.

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Because God, and that's what made me honestly, when I was 16 years old.

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I was born and raised as a Muslim, but to come at some point.

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At the age of 16, I did chapter 15, verse number nine, it says, oh, Mohammed, we have sent this reminder of meaning to you. And it will preserve it from change or distortion, as it as long as this book is going to be preserved on following the day will be distorted or changed.

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It has been preserved since then, after today. And every single time some people try to play games, move a word, move, even adopt spiritualize. And they will say burn this copy, because it's not.

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Because God promised that he will preserve. So what I'm saying is, if one or two, everyone makes perfect sense. Do you know where Islam is the largest, or the fastest growing religion today?

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in North America and Europe, where people are against it.

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And the only thing is that was spread by the force or Islam spread by the sword? I don't know. We're not spilling cheese or anything. But like,

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the question is like, you know,

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are the Muslims strong enough today? To have a sword in their hands of Canadians or Americans that accept

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this? Do you know what is the largest Muslim community on earth today?

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Not Saudi Arabia,

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Indonesia, go back to history. Can you tell me in history, who went to Indonesia? Unfortunately, Indonesia,

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was by the good manners of the people who accepted Islam and live in Islam as well. Yes, there are some Muslims who might do something wrong. But I'm saying Muslims, not Islam. And we have from the beginning to differentiate between Islam as a faith, which is the faith of old Protestants and again, and so people who claim to be following the faith not practicing it, as so many Christians when Timothy McVeigh did what he did in Oklahoma, is a Christian, right. But you have never heard in the news, a Christian terrorist is behind the explosion in Oklahoma. You know what they did in the breaking news, because I was there.

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But the breaking news was like is this the gentleman with black hair and black eyes are behind the explosion.

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And then all of a sudden, after two hours, they say Timothy McVeigh didn't mention Christianity. Didn't didn't didn't mention terrorism. didn't even say. They said they're black and black guys didn't say green eyes and green hair. They didn't say that.

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That's a question. This is called prejudice. This is called bias. Okay. So again, we check the authenticity through history,

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for history to the art, and this is why I was speaking in our suite, three years ago in Calgary, and the topic was just as a Muslim.

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And one of the young

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brothers up full of Christianity. And when I say brother is my brother in humanity, because my father's element, his father's Adam, his mother is Eve. And my mother's Eve, as I said before, Adam and Eve.

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Steve, right.

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So he asked me a question. He said, Are you telling me that the only authentic book is the art? And it's the only right book? I said, Can I ask you a question before I said, Yes. I said, if we were to take, if we were to take all the books and throw them in the ocean,

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I can claim very easily that there's only one book that will come back.

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Thank you so much.

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So in the hearts of millions of Muslims, many times I would sit in a Bible or Bible with my right

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a passerby to my left. And every time I say, chapter two, verse 256

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is like, what is this isn't what man

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you know, when when I ask the pastor, like, what is this in your books like?

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So you are preaching a book that you don't know,

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you're teaching a book that you're about to have the authenticity. So you base all your life on something that could be hazardous.

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And fake is the most important thing in the life of a person.

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How can I base my patience?

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So if, if all the profits before Jesus, you know, came, and they never sent a son, Why all of a sudden?

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is the Savior? What about the people who came before him? And we will look into them, they will be saved. I mean, there's so many things that will confuse you. And the most fragile concept in Christianity is this because it was introduced, according to the belief of the Muslims, was introduced later on.

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He never said that, and this is why the divine confirms this. And that's it. Did you tell the people to take you as God is a financial? I have no right to say anything that I don't know. I told them what you told me to worship you alone.

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Does this make perfect sense to everyone?

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Other than, okay, we're gonna take Yeah.

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What language?

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What languages?

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all languages. So why was an Arabic as it was revealed that it was revealed in Hebrew it was revealed?

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Nobody's let me finish, right. Okay. So I said, every single, every single profit was sent to his own people. Is that clear? Okay. And his message and even the miracles that supported him to prove that he was a messenger ended with him.

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Is that clear?

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If you go to chapter 14,

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Okay, first of all, before God said, What about ourselves number 11 Sonico media.

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We have never sent a messenger except in their own language so that they can understand him. What was the language that Mohammed spoke?

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Right. And he was sent to start with

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the others. And what were the two superpowers of his time?

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Okay, go back and study. It was the Romans and Persians. Okay. In 30 years, the whole world was a Muslim. And these people learned that language. Am I saying, for you to accept Islam, you have to learn Arabic? How many years like it

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reverts, those reverted?

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And you're learning more and more. Okay, so the question is, the book is in Arabic, okay, because it was sent to Arabs and it was sent a messenger who speaks Arabic, if Mohammed was in China, in Chinese. If he was in Canada, it would be in English and French.

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They're gonna get mad at me.

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So, again, it's in the language that people don't understand. Okay? No, ask anyone here.

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sisters who are Muslims, but not Arabs? Raise your hands.

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Are you moved by the poor?

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Even boy don't note. A chairperson is still with you. I was flying from Winnipeg. I was teaching a class in the weekend. Two weeks ago, on the plane, the flight attendant came

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and there was a lady sitting next to me and she was so scared but just the way it looked.

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Thanks to the media.

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Okay. And then the flight attendant game and I looked at him and he looks like an hour, because I guess it could be like Latino because they look like us too sometimes.

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But then I looked at him and I said, I just wanted to break the ice with her because she was so skirting such as holding the book interesting like this.

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I swear to God, I'm a human being, you know, we don't need humans. It won't

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work just like people.

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So I said to her,

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can I make a guess? I said, Okay.

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I said

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You are from Africa. And you are from lower West Africans? Yes. I think I can make another guest said yes. I said now I'm limiting into Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. We are from Algeria. He said yes. And she was like,

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And then again,

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I started, you know, the, I haven't been like, spring, because I just want you to express yourself. Just my way.

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I got my

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phone. And I started listening to the Quran.

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Just give it like, a few seconds. And once it started, she lived the book.

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And she

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and Sheila, what is this? I said, my lyrics.

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That's what will make sense. They're like, if I say the

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song to the children, right. And then after he came on, as like

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I said, if you would like to listen to some,

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but I gave her

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the phone. This one, too, although the end of the story, come next year.

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But anyway, I said, I said to her, I said, I said to her, take it. She didn't give it back to me.

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Until we had to land and fight in the kitchen like Sir, you have to turn this off.

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And all the time she was putting like, you know, the headset in her ears, like, you know,

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what she said? very peaceful, very soothing. I say, do you know Arabic? Is it? No.

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It's amazing that I even was asked to speak like him to speak in an event for three minutes. They said, We need a rabbi, a pastor, a Buddhist, a Muslim, to say something about patience, because people who lost a beloved daughter or something, so want to share something from every faith. When I read verses from 150 321 57, in chapter two, I said, I'm going to read them in Arabic first, before I even read them English. The pastor who's sitting there started crying. And I asked him, what's wrong with you? He said, I don't know what's, what's the thing that you did to me?

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control my body. And my just my tears came out.

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But still, again, the logic behind it, it was because the language of the messenger and the people to whom it was sent,

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as the basic reason. And then, because it's the last book, and it's a universal message. So you will notice that so many people that I know of, who are not Arabic speaking, what's your wish, if you have time.

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I'm always approached by this, I want to come to Egypt, I want to go to Medina. I want to go back home and study. Because they want to appreciate But still, this is translation of the meaning will never give you the full meaning. It can never be accurate. We don't even accept the fact that is English, or Spanish. We say it's a translation of the meaning that will help you to get the feel of the Herat. But if you really want to stand in the field of art,

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please one guy he had his hand up for

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the Gospels and stuff.

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That's one thing. I'm just like talking logically. And I'm trying to make sense of how it came into being but the basic and the bottom line is that God denied this in the book that was predictable.

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one of the Gospels which you said that

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Muslims are supposed to read and follow, it says, We're supposed to read and follow the gospel. Did you

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know we said we we believe in the book, we just make the segment clear. We believe in the book that was revealed to Jesus we like we believe in the book that was revealed to Moses before it has been changed. And when the Koran came to make this because this is not our topic, but when the Quran came the supersedes all the books, we don't need to go back to them anymore. But

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chapter six.

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part of that verse says,

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Allah, so no one can change the words of God, then how can there be change?

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Because a job the Word of God, very simple, right? It is the word of human beings. No, but let me let me just clarify this. The first that you mentioned is like lack of legal.

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Okay? There is no a lot in this statement. But that saying, no one can change the words of God. Do be doing believe that someone is named Matthew wrote his last name. And he wrote something. We believe in that and say, This is the word of God. No,

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no, it's not the word of God. So what I'm saying is, you know, the poor are, it's for now in the Arabic language is that is the word of God, who everybody who was a Muslim believing that. Okay, the other question is, when it comes to any other book, even at the time of the Prophet give you an incident at the time of the Prophet, one of his followers, and not anyone is the second one to lead the Muslims after he died. His name is Omar giving a talk. He gave at one time because he was literate. He, he knows how to read and write. The Prophet himself was illiterate, he doesn't know how to read and write. And that was a miracle.

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Because they would have said, Oh, he's a poet, he made it up. He lived amongst them for 40 years.

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And yet his own words, I have a PhD in linguistics. Whenever I go and study his words, I go and look them up in the dictionary in the Arabic language. So what I'm trying to say here is this.

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The main point is, when it comes to the Quran, all Muslims believe that the Koran is the word of God. When Omar came to the Prophet, he had some book of the Torah, but some parts of the Torah, the Buddha was revealed to Moses. And he wanted to read from the prophets face turned red, which means he was angry. He said, What do you have in your hands? He said, this is something something from the Torah, he said, Omar, if Moses visited upon him with a life today, who just follow me to follow a book, because my books proceeds all the other books, it's exactly like, you don't have an update today.

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Okay, so for example, I'll give you just an example of even the Sharia to understand that the intricacy of the field itself, there's something called Diem.

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And there's something called shehryar. De means, like the principles and the concepts. One God is your salvation, you have to submit to Him, you can argue with him, how would you apply this in life? This is the scenario that was different from one to the other. For example, at the time of Moses, Abraham, if somebody is floating will have impurity on them, they have only two options, either to burn that part, or to cut it off.

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It was very tough. When Jesus came, he said, when

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says, when Jesus said, I'm going to make things that were forbidden for you to be allowed and lawful for you, to make your life easier.

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If somebody at the time of Moses wants to repent and ask for forgiveness, you know, what they used to do? Kill themselves, and then God will bring them back to life. Go back to chapter number two, it says, For to go.

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Home to turn back to God, you know, I'm always putting my book together when I bought a book, just to support them. What I'm saying is also true, even though I don't believe in that book. Okay. So he said, For to

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turn back independence to your Creator, by killing yourself. And then he said, then we recreated you out of, you know, Grace, so that you may come back. But when Muhammad came, he made it even easier, easier. If you want to defend to say, I'm sorry, no, I don't need any intermediary.

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I don't need anyone. I'm sorry, but I made from the heart and I cry, even those tears that will come out of my eyes will make my eyes forbidden to be touched by them, or if I'm sincere.

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the same message like all Muslims, because we believe that the message of all messengers the message of all prophets, from Adam to Mohammed, and who is in between, they came to the table, there is only one person it's very simple. Submit to them. Does

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that mean that any

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any honesty is

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In the Abrahamic traditions, you

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could be called a Muslim, as as long as they follow the book.

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if you heard the

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people who followed Moses, this time, they're called Muslims, people who follow Jesus when he was on Earth, the Muslims, and there are problems in faith and inhumanity. But people who live today the Quran told us and the Prophet told us that they don't follow the last tribulation that predicted all the misconceptions.

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Because again, Muslims meaning this go back to the pure message of all prophets, which is there is only one God, the Creator, who establishes from the beginning, do you believe the creator? He said, Yes, the creator is all powerful, all mighty, all wise, all perfect, he doesn't need an advisor. If there's a counterpart that is not worthy of being God doesn't need a wife, he doesn't need anyone is the creator is the first he doesn't need anyone. So if we go back to this

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And my second question,

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Jesus has a privileged spot in your religion as the as the Messiah, as someone who converted

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other prophets with the permission of God. So let's go to the first because, as I said, Before any messenger I can come today to London, I

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am the new messenger.

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You know, I said this last week in Toronto, right away, there was a Muslim club. Okay, what one lady said,

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right away. And I was offended, because I have to prove it.

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No, no, I have a message from Edmonton for you.

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So I say myself, but again, when I say messenger, meaning coming from God, the new message, they're gonna say, prove it. So when Jesus

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said, Come on, what do you mean, you're born of a mother? We saw you growing? Okay, so how can you prove that?

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God is gonna support me with things? And that's the student

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finishes. Okay. So, given that sort of privileged spot, why is there I guess a, culturally today a big focus on Mohamed, I'm thinking for instance, to the Danish cartoons, back in 2005, whenever there's a bit of a reaction to the depiction of

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AI. So

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I suppose why Mohammed? is such a such a big focus on him? And also, do you? Are you against any depictions of any puppets? Or is it just, of course, of course, we hold all Prophets and Messengers in high esteem. You remember, if you if you focused on the verse that I referred to go home, if you have a translation of the meaning of the art, check chapter two, verse 285285. Yeah, part of it, you know,

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we don't discriminate when it comes to any of these muscles, to all the same, have the same respect, have the same level of you know, see,

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if somebody did this to Jesus, the Muslims would be the first one to come out and say, stop doing it. Right? First, right second row.

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And even they were talking about this

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movie that's going to come out, and they're going to be again, is going to be very offensive to Jesus Muslims. From now, we can be the first one to come out, Moses the same thing, because we have respect for all of them.

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And he

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is getting today is because people today again, what is the religion of the whole world today?

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If I may hold the word to secularism, which means God created the world, but it doesn't take care of it anymore. So what do you need to do? If you feel so spiritual? What are the chairs? So do anybody want to come out? Do anybody want? So are you a servant of God?

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People are enslaved to a system to

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where you follow the man made law and you stay away from the divine. Because God said, I committed you. I know you. I know what fixes you and they give us the recipe. And everyday we say, what do we have lots of drug addiction.

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Because there are drugs everywhere.

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Because we can say, smoking can lead to cancer enjoy.

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Do not drink and drive. Why not do not drink full stop? It will save us from mistakes. I was driving my car one time, and there was a car accident to the minus cars.

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And then like a weekend filled up sitting the car. So I went to the front. It was really hilarious because the sciences, exactly at the actual right. It says

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it says, Do not drink and drive. So I put my hand there. And I called the policeman I said, Can we

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guarantee we wouldn't have this accident because the guy was drunk. And he ended up dying and killing five people.

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Because he was wrong. He chose to drink.

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And we got

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a question. If you have a DVD player made by Sony, okay. And then something happens. What do you take the technician, a plumber, electrician, what would you take a mechanic?

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They good, right? But who's the best way to fix it right away?

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The agency, the solid

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signal opens the

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And the whole thing is anyway. The question is, who created Matt? Who?

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God who can fix man,

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God so when there's something wrong with marriage, take him back to home.

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Take him to where men will never fix.

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We have a whole wall that tells us how to live a happy life here and there. And this one is great. But we choose with our own free will to suffer and suffer and say there's no life. There's no life.

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out there is life.