Riad Ouarzazi – Stories of the Prophets #33 Musa shoulder for the oppressed 4

Riad Ouarzazi
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the history and importance of the Greek language and its culture, including its use for sports and education, and the importance of physical strength, discipline, and pride in leadership. It also touches on the importance of having a clear path for success and happiness, including having a good role model and balancing one's confidence. The segment ends with a discussion of the importance of having a clear path for success and happiness, and a potential return to the weekend.
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Lao hamdulillah salatu salam ala rasulillah salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. This is reactor's as he will come to you to another episode of the stories of the prophets and today inshallah tada we will be with episode number 33. And

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session number four, talking about Masada his setup, Moosa Elisa. Alright. So let me put down

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link here

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or just comment

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Moosa, I'm just writing down like a tag, some people suggested that I put a like a bend for people to to see what the session is about, shoulder to the breast. So I call it Moosa shoulder to the upright or for the oppressed, shoulder, for

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And you will understand

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you will understand why Moosa I, you know, when I call the session shoulder for the oppressed, he will give up so many things just so that he can assist those who were disgraced, those who were humiliated, those who were

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thrown out from their homes, you know, bye bye for now and those who are in slavery, so, we learn so, so, so many things from the study of mortality center. So, so far, we're like four sessions, just talking about most of them and I think we still have a lot more I cannot tell you how many because I just go with the flow. You know, we still have so many. And yesterday, we spoke about, you know, when Musashi, Sadam was thrown into the river, and then he goes into where his mother was actually terrified for and also he goes into the Battle of Freetown, but you know, they plan on Allah subhanho wa Taala plans and Allah as ocean is the best of the planners.

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So as he as he goes into the Paris office around, he got picked up by the household of Freetown, who, you know, initially gave him to his wife as young as you should pick him up, and she says, let up too low as I get

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older, don't kill him, he may be of benefit to us, or we may take him as a son, we may take him as a child, and she loved him as Allah subhanho wa Taala says, You know what, it was not Allah I need to have bitten mini Allah has induced him with his love, which means if you were to see Moosa Elisa them, you will love him You have no choice but to love him. And he said them so my brothers and sisters

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again, you know, when they picked him up, that's where most Allison's crying and yesterday we talked about, you know, why a baby with cried and many reasons, you know, and they mentioned three main reasons why a baby would cry, you know, either his hangry either the need to change his diapers, or maybe he has some pain, you know, he you know, pain maybe in his bedroom or whatnot. So there's crying or maybe sleepy, right. So these are the main reasons why a baby's crying, Moosa started crying, they thought he was hungry. They called in all these nurses, wet women or wet nurses, they called him asiyah. But as he he couldn't breastfeed him, so they called in other women to

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breastfeed, well let them handle it at lessons well how I'm nalli Hill mala there, and we made it prohibited for him. We made it prohibited for him to suck it from any woman why he only has to be breastfed by his own mother. And I will tell you about this amazing mother, omo Moosa we don't even know her name. We know her as omo Moosa the mother of masa, but she is a wonderful woman, you will see how she will in some Hana law, she will condition her son moves to them when when he will come back. And then she was stuck, you know, you know, he would grew up in the house of, although he lives in the palace, but he will be breastfed by his own mother. Right. So she will tell him

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stories. And she was, you know, she was really some Pamela. Yeah. And he raised him to become a leader. So she'll show that's what lies though is it would prohibit him to be breastfed by any woman other than his mother because also Allah subhanho wa Taala made a promise to his mother and that promise is throw him into the case or to the

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box below him into the river and don't be scared and don't be sad we shall bring him back to you. So that promise number one, we shall we shall bring him back to you promise number one promise number two, and we shall make him from the messengers, your know. So

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the promise number one was fulfilled how when more sorry Sam was crying baby Moosa was crying that's calling baby Moosa and by the way, brothers and sisters, those of you who came in yesterday, Moosa means what I gave you this explanation yesterday. What does that mean? Because who gave him that name Moosa. They call him Moosa in the palace. We said, Oh, Mombasa, Mombasa, the mother of Musa, who named in Moosa. How did they know his name is Musa in the palace? As he he says, Don't kill him.

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He shall be of benefit to us. But how did they call him Moosa? What does Mussa mean? I mean, you know, I found in the water, yeah, he was thrown, you know, water discharge, you know, like a water discharge, he was charged, he was discharged by the water. So anything that's, you know, discharged by the water that moves up. So that's what the, you know, the name came from, the name is derived from, you know, from that water from the river that he was thrown out from. So anyways,

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he started crying, they brought in so many women, he would not breastfeed from any woman. And then his sister who was watching from far as the mother told his sister, you know, proceed, and, you know, go from the secret place and keep watching him and see where he goes, where the current takes him. And lo and behold, lo and behold, the parent takes him exactly where the mother was afraid from, you know, the parent takes him to the palace of Freetown. So as the sister she saw that, you know, he was crying and he would not breastfeed. No, he would not second from any woman. He she came in, and then she says, I know of a woman I know of a woman who has good milk people, they bring

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their children, you know their babies to her. And then who are you I am from Venezuela in you know, and and there's this woman who does it for a Nazi seeking reward, and she's seeking you know, at the same time, you know, monetary help at the same time, go and call her and then she goes back she runs to her mother, Mom, Mom, Mom, mom Moosa what happened moves out Where's Musa Moses in the palace of Moses in the ground? They're gonna kill him advocate No, Mom, come run. And then she goes, the Omani you know, known

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as Allah subhana wa tada strengthened her heart, made her heart bound fast, you know, otherwise she would have the you know, she would have revealed that the whole story but Allah subhana wa tada strengthened her heart. She goes, as soon as she picked up baby moves up, moves, stopped crying. She put him on her chest Moosa starts circling, he started sadly.

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He started cycling. Freetown isn't our ESEA isn't Are they all are like, Huh? What's going on here? Who are you? I am a mother from Venezuela. He I have good milk. And we like Moosa. We love We love food. We have to be politically correct here. Yeah, we love it. We have no issues. We have a mother from Venezuela and I've got good milk people, they bring me the babies to breastfeed and and we'll have masa, so we'll offer them so pronoun says, Would you like to take this baby

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and breastfeed him in return for an allowance in return for payment. And we said yesterday, but there's a sister, she would have never dreamt. She would have never dreamt to

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get money while breastfeeding her child. Her baby, she would have never dreamt of it. She In fact, had she kept him they would have killed him. Right, they would have killed him. So I told her, throw him in the back basket, throw him in the river, we shall bring him back to you. We shall bring him back to you and we shall make him from the messengers. So here is the full prompt, the first promise has been fulfilled. First promise of Allah subhanho wa Taala. She got back her child. She got back her child. So this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala says.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala when he mentions, you know the story and sorts of causes which we talked about, and then when Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions the fact that when she took her son back when he told him and

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he knows that the promise of Allah is true. So she realizes that the promise of Allah is true, Allah made the promise and the promise is we shall bring

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Back to you. That's number one. Promise number two, and we shall make it from the messengers. So promise number one is fulfilled.

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She did as she was told. That's why my brothers and sisters, if you remember, the the happiness formula, the success formula is action plus true reliance equals success and happiness.

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Action, plus true reliance through telecoil equals success, she had to take action, and the action is put your son in that basket or in that case, and throw him into the river. So she took action. And the action is tough is hard. It's not like an easy action. It's a tough action. It's a very hard action for for the woman to do her baby in the river. She wanted to save her baby yet a lot. So she's still in her. You know, like the odds? What are the odds that you throw your baby in the river and we shall bring him back to you. But she put her reliance on Allah subhana wa Tada. Yes.

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She threw him into the river. That's the action and get the truly lions. Allah told me he wouldn't bring him back. I'm putting my trust in Allah subhana wa Tada. And Allah subhanho wa Taala brought him back to her. So now she is breastfeeding her child. Now she is breastfeeding not only her child, and she is getting an allowance on top of that. Right? She's getting allowance on top of that a lot of money for him. So Allah subhanho wa Taala has inspired this woman while hanaa elomi Musa and Allah has inspired her right so it's not like she was coming down to her with the way you know, she's not a prophet, but she got this inspiration from Allah subhana wa tada to do 12345 you know,

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so do this. And she did, and Allah subhanaw taala fulfill her promise or his promise apana with that, brothers and sisters.

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Moosa had a mission.

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Moosa had a mission

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and the first mission

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to confront the greatest tyrant of all time.

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That's number one.

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Right? He has a mission so please write these things down. I'm writing down stuff right? I've got my own notes, which I write down myself right. So write this thing down Moses mission. Moses mission, what mission number one, he has to confront the greatest tyrant of all time, the greatest transgressor of all time for you now, that's number one. Number two,

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he has to caution down to toe head, he has to come down to La ilaha illAllah all the history around her yet, you will seem shallow to either when we when we reach that scene where he will go and meet without call him. Call him to toe he'd call him to Allah call him to La Ilaha Illa Ma.

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One of the pious predecessors used to say

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and a frown who says, another boom will Allah and Allah, Allah Allah Ferran used to say, I am your Lord the Most High. And Allah buco, Allah Allah, He used to say that I am your Lord, the Most High. And yet Allah subhanho wa Taala had mercy towards him. He told Moosa call him call him towards that Illa Illa one of the predecessor said, if this is your mercy towards those that who said another Bookman, Allah, how would your mercy be towards that? Who calls Subhan? Allah, Allah, Allah Akbar. Isn't that beautiful?

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Isn't that beautiful? If that's your mercy towards the one who says, I am your Lord the most Hi, another bakuman Allah, how would your mercy be towards the one who says Subhana? Allah bl Allah Subhana Allah, Allah.

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Allah is more merciful. Allah is the most compassionate. Allah is the most compassionate subhanho wa Taala is our human Allah subhana wa Tada. Right. So mission number two is to confer down to the Illa Illa mission number three

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to free Venezuela in from slavery from a gun from humiliation.

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from from from disgrace. That's mission number three, to freedom from slavery and from disgrace. And mission number four, to take money out from Egypt and to start a Renaissance.

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That's why I said write these things down. This is the mission of Musa Musa has a message and then we will talk about those traits of leaders.

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That we talked about yesterday.

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So mission number one is to confront your own mission number two is to confer on to that. Mission number three is to free the benefit slightly from slavery and from disgrace and humiliation. And mission number four is to take venue size out from Egypt and to start a Renaissance.

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So you have to be prepared. There are four stages in the life of Musashi setup, four stages, to prep stages to preparation stages, and two executive stages or execution stages. The first preparation is from no one did it from his birth until he's 30 years old.

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From his birth and two thirds, so these are four stages in the life of most alley celeb, right? Because we just talked about his mission. We just talked about his mission for missions. Now he needs to know what are you know his stages in his life, four stages. First stage is a preparation stage from his birth until he's 30 years old. And he has to what he has to live in the palace of renown. Remember, we mentioned that yesterday as to why he had to go up in the palace of renown. They used to call him Prince Moosa, Amir Amir Amir Moosa. Yes, he used to be called Prince Moosa. He had made beautiful clothes, he had bodyguards, you know, and on top of that education Yes, yes,

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education, the best education of all time. It's in the in the palace of Freetown. So he had to grow up in the Passover. So that's preparation stage number one, preparation stage number 210 years he would spend in Jordan

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in the medion

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when he will meet those two women Oh, that's another amazing story right there.

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That's another amazing story right there. That may say set out to a brother that I love here. I want to see set out to this brother.

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I don't know. Why is it not working?

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I want to see I want to see set out to my brother right here.

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I want to see Salaam I miss him.

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Oh, it's okay. He turned me down.

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Okay, she said that from here. What are you? Yes. He turned me down.

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I want to see said he says no decline.

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It's okay. No problemo. I just want to say hi Zack. galusha anyways, that's

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okay, when you swallow what you have in your mouth, then come back and shallow to either you know do your thing and then when you sweat out when you swallow what you what's in your mouth, then you can maybe say to them life to us. Anyways, so preparation number state and stage number two preparation number two, that would be in in in Medan in Jordan, how long it would he stay in Midian, 10 years, 10 years he would have that agreement with this men, the father of these women, right where Moosa would water for them will tell you that story. amazing story. So many lessons from that story. So many lessons for women, so many lessons for the daughters and so many lessons for brothers who are

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looking to get married and so many lessons for fathers who have girls wanting to get married. Yes, once we get to that story in shallow data, that's stage number two in the life of Mozart he said on stage number three is execution stage number you know stage number three is execution stage execution stage number one, and this is where he will come from trade on 15 years. Now its execution stage he's ready you got prepared 30 years

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in Egypt, in the palace 15 years, in Midian, in order in Jordan, Jordan and Alderney and in all in Arabic, Jordan, and then execution now execution stage number one.

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confrontation, which without 15 years, and execution number two, that's when he will take a lot out from Egypt to build that Renaissance.

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I said yesterday that Moosa when he died, they said he was about 75 years old. When he died, Allah He said

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so he, he had to he's a leader, but what are the traits of a leader? What are the qualities of a leader and that's what we talked about yesterday a little bit, you know, you know, we started talking about the traits and the qualities of leaders he had to be a leader because look at the mission that he has great mission. So he has to earn on learn and and you know, and have those qualities that leadership qualities that will allow him to fulfill his mission. So quality number one or trait number one of a true leader. I said yesterday, brothers and sisters, those of you

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Yesterday I mentioned to what's number one just saw and see if you guys were taking notes.

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Right? What's the

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trait number one of a leader? Now I'm tenderness and kindness Aquafina says to the mean mother column names. Yeah, see, you know, number one number one number one is tenderness and kindness, a truly that he has to have that somehow he has to have. He has to be he has to have that tender heart. And you will see that Mussa he got that he got that from two moms, two moms. He had two moms, what are the two moms asiya the fostering mom right Asya she loved him. So she gave him so much. And then she gave him that Justin this because the legal has to be gentle and tender and kind. So he got that from his mother, you know from his *. He had the foster mother and from his own mother as

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well. And from his own mom, right? He's on a mom. So he has he's filled with Shannon, he lived with Shannon, he lived with gentleness. He lived with gentleness and he lived with tenderness. So for the true leader, he has to have that Hannon, he has to have that tenderness. Number one, number two, distinguished Ed education.

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Knowledge, yes, distinguish not any education, you have to have distinguished education. And with that lemo Tommy's. And he went to the best universities on earth that time, he went to the best universities in the world at the time. Yeah, the Stanford of the time the Harvard and the Oxford of that time was in the Paris office around

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the Paris off around the best and you know how the Egyptians until today, they still cannot figure out the the the the wisdom or the clock technology behind the behind the pyramids.

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The Egyptians much of the time they were not only brilliant, you know, and like I'm telling you with all the technology of today, so can they still cannot figure out the the technology behind the science behind the pyramids. So that's what I'm saying the greatest and the best university of the whole world at that time was in the palace of around

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was in Freetown. So Moosa studied there, Moosa grew up there,

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he's just gonna leave, they're happy with the best toys and the best maze. Now, of course, you have to be educated. And he got the most distinguished best education of all time.

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Egypt, Egyptians at the time, they were where people used to come from all over it to go and study in Egypt at the time. Like I said, look at the pyramids. Right. Does that make sense to you brothers and sisters? Talk to me. Does that make any sense to you what I'm saying here? Number two, that's number two.

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What's number three? I did not mention number three. So here's number three. But are you following brothers and sisters? You're following right now as Sabbath? Alright, you're following guys? Omar Benelli and lobby for

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those of you on on on on Facebook. You're following right? Right. Yes. Seeing all right, that's number two. Number three. Number three, another trait of a good leader of a great leader. physical strength.

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physical strength now to be a leader, you have to be strong. And I found out you know, at the time, the Federal arena different islands at the time, they were they used to teach the kids alone science and and training and and

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sports not only in Greece,

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like the Romans, Greece, you know, the law also in Egypt, also in Egypt. So, uh, the feather, the feather, the feather, you know, the plural of an owl is the federal arena. At the time they used to, you know, make sure that their kids are you know, they get involved with, of course, education and sports.

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So Moosa whoosah was strong.

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In fact, brothers and sisters Moosa was very strong.

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Moosa was very strong.

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Who can give me one?

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evidence. One evidence that backs up my statement that muscle was strong.

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I didn't make it up from my own. Most I was strong. Who can give me one Ava's? Yes manisa Mashallah. manisa great. He killed a man with one punch. He punched him and killed him. What kind of punch is that? We know you know what kind of punch is that? This is that the 111 inspirational you know boost Lee boosted he used to have this it was called the one one inch punch.

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I don't know if you guys know about this. You know, Bruce Lee. You know

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this, this legendary

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You know, men, and I have so much respect, although he was the goddess of his faith, regardless of his faith. If you studied the story of Bruce Lee, you will learn so much from that men as well. You know that Bruce Lee, they, he, he got paralyzed from his back and he was on the wheelchair. Doctors told him he would never be able to walk, blue asleep.

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He will never be able to walk, he got paralyzed from his back.

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Even doctors at the time he lived in San Francisco, right? They told him he would never be able to walk. And he defeated all the odds, and he came back and he won tournaments and competitions. The godless, regardless of his fate, I'm not talking about the faith, I'm talking about the philosophy of that men and the psychology, right. So he has something called the one inch punch. One inch, just like from very close, he just comes that energy comes down all down from his buddy. And then it goes one inch punch, go, you can watch it, it's on YouTube, and then he makes a guy fly. What is fun musala he said that he had one punch, he killed the guy.

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One punch you can get so physical strength. That's number three. Number four, you have to have pride.

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He has to have pride.

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A good leader, one of the traits of leadership, right you know, leader, he has to he has to have confidence.

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This is where when he went to confront without you will see that confidence. And that pride

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that confidence and that pride, your any as we say and I'll be my foot on Ross Ross, he's head high.

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You know, when you put you in a when you go down when you feel you know, like modest. But you know, yeah, you have to be modest, of course.

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But not to be funny. Not to

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to be arrogant.

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So but you know, you have to have that confidence.

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And the pride Yeah, not the pride of arrogance that just explained. It's not that arrogance, type of pride. But let's say you know, I'm proud of myself for Shangri La, that kind of proud. That kind of pride, not pride to make you arrogance in depends on how you put it in that context. The context here is you need to have that confidence to have that pride like you know, not for us not but pride that the the column pride that led him to destruction. I'm not talking about that type of pride, you know, proud of your achievements, proud of yourself. You know, you're talking with pride with you know, with confidence, that type of pride. That's number four, number five.

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And, by the way, by the way, Moosa now he's going back to his mom, and his growing up, you know, boat live in both in the palace of Freetown, and he goes to his mom to be breastfed, so he's between here and there. He's between here and there. He's between here and there. And as he started going up

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his mother, she's talking to him. But his mother, she never never told him the truth. yet. She never told him who she really was. yet. She never told him who he was yet.

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For a leader, another trait of leader, he has to be courageous. He has to have courage,

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courage to speak, courage to confront Kurt, you know, later on, he will lead in 10s of 1000s of them

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10s of 1000s of children that is about him. So he would have he would need that courage to confront this, to confront that to speak to this to speak to that, and he will you know, of course, he will come from Treasure Island as well. First and foremost, so he would need that courage.

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And as he goes, as he goes to his mom, of course brothers and sisters, he is going up with his brother as well. How long?

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How long?

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How long?

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His brother, so he grows up as well with his brother huddle, not only his mom but this is my brother. Hello. Yeah. And he does not know yet that he is his blood brother, but his brother from from fostering from breastfeeding.

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His mother started telling him and this will bring us to another trait of true leader.

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His mother started telling him stories and one of the stories that his mother used to tell him is the story of use of Allah His Salah

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lavaca use of Elisa, why do you think

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His mother was telling him the story of use precisely.

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Why do you think his mother is telling him the story of why not? Yaqoob? Why not?

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Why not? Ibrahim? Ibrahim the father of the prophets? Why use a family setup?

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brothers and sisters? Tell me why.

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Those of you on Instagram those are going to Facebook. Why do you think his mother was precisely telling him the story of use of about patience? Ibrahim went to patience nor patience. Are you patients

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or your patients?

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he was in prison more cane

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reuniting with the family

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Yeah, yeah, he was in prison.

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But most I wasn't in prison because he was away from his parents.

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Mama, because he was

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later says because he was

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from that progeny ah well they a little bit lick lick lick Mashallah Laila. Good, very good. Because he was from that project and he

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because moose because Yusuf Alayhi Salaam, not only he was from the progeny, but also he was he lived in Egypt and the people of Egypt loved him.

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Same road as Moosa, almost not

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same rope.

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He was from his project, he was from Venezuela. He yourself was from Venezuela, he but he lived in Egypt and the Egyptians they used to love him right? So Musab is from baseline eventually but initially initially

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how would the Egyptians will love you? How can they love you? once they find out that you from the children of Israel enough in Egyptian because now they think you're an Egyptian

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right? So use a family setup, he was actually from Venezuela in and the Egyptians used to love him why remember the story of use of alley said and we talked about it right, when he interpreted that dream and he saved Egypt and the Egyptians from that drought and from the famine

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he saved them from the drug and from famine and countries people from all over you know, around the US to send these to go to Egypt for you know, for food and for the help right. So, use of Allison de Saint Egypt and the Egyptians. So, of course, they used to love him. So, he used to tell him the story of use of brothers and sisters, why I know you said okay, we said that this and that, but now, why not use of why she picked

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a person

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after you

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and this is a trait of a leader

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and leader needs a role model. So his mom used to tell him about use of so that he can take use of as his role model.

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Allah hochma Yes, the leader needs a role model, every real leader in this in this in this world now, you know, all these great leaders, they all have coaches,

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they all have coaches, they all have they must have some role models.

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You know, if you want to be truly if you want to be a role model, pick somebody that you really, you want to be a great speaker, for instance, you want to be a great speaker, pick someone and we teach this in the world of NLP neuro linguistic programming, you know, in personal development, you know, you want to be a great leader you know, in let's say, public speaking or in business big, somebody who's very, very successful businessman or businesswoman and try to study their route and what they have done to reach what they have reached.

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You want to be a great speaker pick somebody that you really need Mashallah admire in terms of public speaking and see that person how they speak, how they communicate, how you know, their life,

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you have to have a role model.

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You have you have to have a role model. So, she she has a role as a leader you know, so she is telling him the story of user family so then eventually she wants him to take use of as a true role model for him.

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He's from your his your great grandfather. Use of not only his you know his your great grandfather

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step by step.

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Step, step by step until she tells him the truth

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until she tells him the truth. And imagine my brothers and sisters that they want his mother would tell him the truth.

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The whole truth

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when he's ready now,

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the whole truth

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for the answer this dream

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and he would kill all the newly, you know, borns from Venice, la eight. So one year he will kill them all. And one year he would set them free.

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That year when he decided to kill them, that's when you were born.

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So I gave birth to you or my son, she's telling him the story. I gave birth to you and I couldn't even scream I couldn't make a noise because I was afraid that soldiers would pass by and they would hear me they would take him kid you.

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They used to have spies going around.

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And then Allah Almighty inspired me. So what I did was I had to forcefully take you and put you in a basket. And I had to throw you into the river almost.

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And Moosa. Imagine he's listening.

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I had to throw you in the river. That's what I've been inspired to do. But Allah has promised me that you will, he will bring you back to me. And he did.

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Probably Moses crying. Maybe she's crying too when she's sitting there writing the story. As a mom, she's probably crying telling him the story.

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And then she says, You go and I told your sister to watch you from afar. You are crying, and you refuse to you know, soccer from any woman from any nursing woman. And then your sister went and she told him about me. So I came in. And then I put you on my chest and you stopped crying and then you took my breath and then you started cycling. And then Freetown asked me if I could, you know, raise you and he gave me some allowance for it.

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I never told them who I was because I was afraid that if they knew that you from berners Lee, they would kill you.

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So I am your actual true mom or use of ESEA is not your mother.

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He heard the whole story from his own mother.

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This is why I told you sisters and brothers this mother, she is a great mother.

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The only mother who's in fact mentioned in the end, you know, three of her children are mentioned in the

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the only mom in the in the in the whereby three of her children are mentioned in the

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how Moosa Harlan and their sister it's it's been said that their sister is also named Miriam, Miriam, a great woman.

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That's why he would not suffer from any woman, it would only a second from his own birth mother. What a great mom, how she took the steps.

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How she took that steps, step by step, step by step she was grooming him and grooming him and grooming him slowly, slowly, slowly telling him about use of them telling him about this and that and then, you know, slowly and then when she found the right moment, and she felt it was the right moment. Right. She told him the truth and she told him Do not reveal this yet. Don't evolve this news yet don't tell who you are yet don't don't cause any chaos right yet No, stay as is.

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And this is another trait of a good leader brothers and sisters, a good leader has to be balanced

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and flexible.

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We learned this from Mossad, the study of more so this is why I said I don't just narrate stories of the prophets, we derive lessons from the stories of the prophets. Another you know quality of a good leader is has to be balanced, right balanced.

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in his personality, you know, balance personality, and flexible personality. Flexible

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bennis law in Egypt, I lived in the palace, I lived with the poor and the and the and the and the and the humiliated. You know, he's flexible. Don't tell your story yet. Don't share your story yet. Don't go and tell them who you are yet. It is not the right time yet.

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And sometimes brothers and sisters, even when you see something wrong, sometimes is wiser. Not to do anything until the proper time at the right time. And you have to pick the right time and you have to pick that right place and you have to pick that right words or words

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even enjoying good and

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forbidding evil, wait for the right time, wait for the right place and wait for the right you know and pick the right words.

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It was not the right time for him to go and reveal who he was. But he will now that he knows he will be tested. And he will have to make a choice.

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Remember, he's Prince Moosa is he going to lose his title?

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Because he will have to make a choice. And a lot of us sometimes brothers and sisters, we are in that same situation where we have to make a choice. And unfortunately, a lot of us happen to make the wrong choice.

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You go to a test, you make a choice, but unfortunately, a lot of us make the wrong choice, you know, a choice to make, actually,

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you know what choice to make.

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But you don't make that true choice. You don't make that right choice you, you go with the choice that that feels your your that goes with your whims and desires.

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you will see

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you will see later on

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where he Oh, am I going to lose my my status. I'm going to lose my my maids, and my buddy guards and, and my horses and my clothes and my beautiful You know, and all these glamorous life, I had to live as a as a poor man with Venezuela. And to lose my title.

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I need to make a choice, what choice will I make?

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Do I have to keep that hijab on to? Or do I have to remove this hijab to keep this job

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this job that I need, I truly need this job, I truly truly need this job. Because this job requires that I remove my job.

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This job requires that I do not pray.

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The job requires that I deal with anybody that I deal with usury

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and so on and so forth. I'm just giving you an example.

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So you will see more Sally Sam being stuck at one point he will have to make a choice. And yes, he will make the right choice and yes, he will lose his status. And yes, he will lose his Yes, the mother the wife of Freetown as well. The wife of ESEA as Allah subhana wa tada says in an ad about ESEA when she says Oh Allah save me from Freetown and on his and his woman, and grant me housing Jenna. Yeah. And he she wants to lose all her gold and all her diamonds and hold her gems and on her maids and on her silk, silk clothes and all her gifts and all heard that, you know, just because she chose she chose to believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala, she chose to give up all her glamorous life

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she chose. That's why I said some people, a lot of us sometimes make the wrong decision and make the wrong choices.

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Yes, you may see I'm gonna lose all this and come back with nothing. But you're doing the right choice. This is a test to remember, you know, success and happiness action, plus truly liance action plus true to work on and then you will have success and happiness.

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She says the wife of Freetown SEO Allah just saved me from freedom and willing, you know, to give up all this life in the palace, but in exchange build me a house in Jana. Aqua with me a house in general.

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She chose to believe it's been said that they, you know, that fit around, you know, a crucified her industry. And they were beating her up and starving her up in the midst of the desert in the heat of Egypt.

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In the heat of Egypt in this tree, beaten her up and then starving her. And then if we look at this just before she died, she looked at the sky and she smiled that as if she sold her her accommodation in general because she requested Allah for Allah. She requested a lot to build the house for her engine. She saw her house in general before she died. She smiled and she died.

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But she gave up everything

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that's gonna happen. You will see how it's going to happen with Musa At what point at what stage is going to make that decision, and then what's going to happen to him after that. He will lose a lot, but he will gain a lot as well.

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And it's not going to be easy. It's going to be tough. He's going to travel

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barefooted, he's gonna travel The desert is gonna travel the desert. You know, there are nights he wouldn't hide during the day and he will travel during the night.

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Why? You will see why he will see why he will hide during the day and he would travel during the night.

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Not knowing where he's going. He had no compass. He had no compass to show him where he's going in the desert. He's got no phone to show him the GPS design north south east west. He had no GPS he had nothing. He only said Oh Allah guide me and save me from a coma body me, save me from the these oppressors.

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How would that happen?

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Then you have to come back sisters and brothers. You have to come back to follow the sessions and Sharla huhtala. As I told you, this is a very long series. You know, we're starting Mussa. Now, Episode Number 33. And session number four with masa only session number four with masa. I anticipate maybe 10 more sessions just with masahisa maybe 10, maybe more, maybe 10 maybe more inshallah, tada, you wouldn't have to come back to learn more about Musa alayhis salam to come back to learn about the challenges of Musa alayhis salam what is you know what's gonna happen to him and he said that we know when he before he travels that decision that he has to make because he will go

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back to the palace and live you know, and he will go to ESEA and he will not mention nothing to ESEA acting normal. He will live in the palace praying smooth, pretty smooth.

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But at what point?

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At what point he will make that decision.

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inshallah Tada. We'll talk more about this bit Neela Azhar Kamala hair Baraka lofi come here Camilla haba Yakama, Allah Subhana Allah bless you, Melody Ward, you all for joining. You know, I hope to see you all again tomorrow, Friday will be the final session for this week in sha Allah hota IRA and most likely inshallah, after Iran that poll, we will change the series to the weekends instead of weekdays because the majority they want it to be on the weekends. So we will go back to the weekends, maybe Friday, Saturday, Sunday or so, inshallah Tada, you can always go back and watch the sessions which you have missed. They are recorded on Facebook, they are recorded on live on YouTube,

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