Sajid Ahmed Umar – The Road Rage & Being A True Muslim

Sajid Ahmed Umar
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the reality of Islam, where young people and adults are driving in the middle of the road and they are being naded by their friend. They stress the importance of individuals not being allowed to do so, as it is the way they live and manage their lives. The speaker emphasizes the need for individuals to have the right to manage their lives in a way that benefits their values.
AI: Transcript ©
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che Bucha, Utica, we're talking about the rites of the road. Subhanallah It pains me to say this, but it's a reality people who blatantly do not have the knowledge required. The Islamic knowledge that Allah requires us to have to give the road. It's how they don't talk properly. We see this, they live to the streets, we see this. They decide whilst they're driving, that there's a friend that they want to speak to they stop the car in the middle of the road and start chatting to their friend. And if you nudge them on this way you and get upset with you and it turns into road rage. La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah

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where does this come from? Not from the Quran and not from the Sunnah, perhaps very poor upbringing, Allah homestand. But this is the reality that we see. And not just with young people, but with adults, with people who have children and maybe grandchildren. If this is how we are when we are with our own people, may Allah make things easy, how will we be when we traveled to other lands, but coming back to the initial point, remember what you're not allowed to do? Go where your values as a Muslim will be preserved, and manage yourself in a manner that will show the reality of Islam. The non Muslims don't read the Quran. They don't read Hadith. They read what they see, they read you and

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I, and we have to make sure that our book is a good read. Because the speed of light is faster than the speed of sound as well. People will see us before they hear us. They will read us before they hear us. They will judge us based on what we show them about who we are and how we manage ourselves. Doesn't matter afterwards what we say to them. And if the container looks dirty, because that's what you see. Then whatever you say will be treated as impure as well.

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