Quraan proves that it is the Word of Allah

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AI: Summary © The recent "wh Who is it?" crisis has impacted society and has caused physical and mental harms. It is important for individuals to believe in love and loyalty to one's health and to know the natural world to avoid harmful behavior. The importance of science and the need for a focus on memory is emphasized. The conversation also touches on the dangerous nature of science and the importance of creating a love for the environment.
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being an expert on media, and the backbone of the foundation, and they probably do the best, I know

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starting to

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come forward and come down the center,

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good morning wanting to live

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as a father of the soul.

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I'm about

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to go on

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respected brothers, brothers and sisters. If we look at the condition of government globally, that perhaps is an understatement to say that government is under attack. So literally, economically, politically, militarily, socially, any other way, this is a coma, that is under attack. This is a coma, the recent crisis. But when we talk about the 300 attack,

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there are two ways through which the Roman is being attacked,

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physically, or militarily or politically, and the victims of that type of income source, the victims of that kind of an attack, we see in places like Palestine, Syria, yellow, the shooting Sri

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And the victims of that kind of an attack, they lose property they use Well, they use children, those who are closest to them, and at times, they lose their home lives. Now, that is the call of

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duty, when you read about the flexibility, when we listen to reports about how they are suffering, and what is the blue period against them, and the conditions within which they are trying to survive. That easily, we'll see.

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We'll see if that remains alive.

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And as much as they're suffering and associated with pain as a result, it certainly is one point, it gives us.

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That integrated scheme of things in the context of

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whatever is happening to them and actually puts them in a position of advantage. Whatever suddenly they go through in this world, it's a means for the explanation of reason. It's a means for the decrease of your status in the outcome, you lose your wealth, you lose your property, you lose those who are close to you lose your life,

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in the status of defeat, in the form of a lot. So although what is being done is wrong, is Anna Jax is concerned about if something against 3% up is something with regards to which we do feel pain and to take a break. Or if it's really the scheme of things, the victim of the physical assault against Islam, in context of the haka, actually,

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it is actually bringing them closer to home and holding them in better safe in terms of the journey and the status of reality. On the other hand, there is another whole story again,

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and that is I knew logically what songs were repeated attempts at times. The times when it's good to be too tentative. Perhaps

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In 1966, the picture the hearts and minds of those who follow religion are those who believe in religion

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are likely to believe in love. We live in a world today, where increasingly, society frowns upon religion. Society frowns upon those who believe it aggressively. People talk about this, he says that ideology, one of the greatest signs today and

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religious in general is humanism.

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I don't want to bore you with the subject of the session, but you resist that because we live in a democratic dispensation. They want freedom of religion. So yes, we respect your right to believe in a particular religion to believe in a mighty will give you a space to utilize. But society will not acknowledge society will not respect you because CPC today, society is becoming one that subscribes to unionism. Why do we need religion? Why do we need to believe in a God, and we need to believe it.

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As long as we believe the basic values of every religion.

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I don't think anyone knows

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anyone. Now, those are the key core values, but we simply human needs to live. That is what we all need to subscribe to beyond that religion is either because of emotion that you're following, or because of fear, or because of loyalty to your health deteriorates. This is

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a growing sentiment in the world today. And Muslims will become ensnared by

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will believe

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you have to have a boyfriend who believe is up but they don't have the conviction. Ask yourself the question, what is it that you will consider that he thinks about it when we are getting older.

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But as soon as you go on a holiday, that our dress code changes, our behavior changes elementalist changes? Because now people that we know, I don't know, if I move this look, man. So that makes me really desire to do that comes to the fore.

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Right away, what am I gonna say? What will my grandpa say what the society populates anywhere below. As soon as we go on a holiday destination, then that which is settled in our subconscious, because of the psychological warfare, which leads to particular religion in general, the consequences of bad actors in many cases.

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Now, I think the project where you have the victims of the physical constraints against

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those who said and use the properties that is in the eyes of the law, actually holds them to a position of the politics, but consider those will become the victims of the ideological

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that they

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are practicing with full confidence and a full

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understanding of

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why something sucks, what it is sucks, and what is not. But it is such a beautiful thing.

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And that's why today, we're disclose increasingly talking about 70 of develop intellectual capacity. Where do you look like these different

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frequencies. But in your heart, your belief in Islam is under attack, because of

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because of what we read what we hear what we see, because of the media that comes to the mobile device that each one of us possesses, irrespective of the young age of our elderly, everyone.

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So you don't have to put the point in terms of immunity. Now, why did I start with this kind of reproduction, when it comes to the history of investigations, when it is expected me to be talking about quantum because because in today's society, even the scripture we believe in between scripture is common.

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Today, we live in a society where they say, it's all about the science, it's all about the logic. It's all about the aliens. Increasingly, society says to us in a manner which is logical.

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If you believe in a particular book, and you believe that is possible, democracy allows you the liberty to believe in that, but society forms of wonder

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if it is something which in today's society is increasingly being demonized and therefore it is important for us to know

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61 understanding of the mind network in a very contemporary context, that when we say that we believe

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what we believe in the Word of Allah, what exactly does it believe in? And why do we believe the accountability?

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EMR, that's got to do with religion? Yes. We believe in gender, we believe in. We believe in other, we believe in yourself, we believe in ourselves. And we don't need anyone in the

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religious to believe in the unseen. So believe in the unseen is part of who we are, but

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also be substantiated by basic science and not that that becomes the benchmark for us. We believe it or not,

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we believe in because we believe that.

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But it

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is important to understand

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that if you want to look at it in the state of logic, or the state of science, on the state of arrogance, we can prove in the body.

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Not that we need, because we already have.

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But to understand that angle actually poses. It reinforces it increases the demand. And it also educates us to be able to handle this course, with people

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who can't understand. They think that religious people subscribe to religious either because of emotion.

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Emotionally, you're attracted to religious or fear, if I don't believe in

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God going to do your excess, because my father was missing my grandfather.

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And that's what religion is all about.

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How our beliefs can be substantiated by their very own standards, and why we're heading next class. So this particular question, and it is from this angle that I want to address you this afternoon? Or is it still morning and we'll get into

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What is the greatest objection against?

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Today, if you're talking about beautiful models, liberalists, atheists, agnostics,

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which means that

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they will be doing the whole.

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We believe in your right to believe whatever you want to believe. And we read the Bhagavad

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This is not the word of God. This is how the world works. So the greatest objection against a particular other researcher in general, is that

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it was sent to the wise man or wise person,

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you're likely to find but don't tell us that this is the word of God. Now, either because they don't believe in a God, they don't believe in online poker to believe that it's too far fetched. It's too far fetched for self, revelation to a human

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If this is the most common objection,

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that it cannot be, if you feel you cannot deal with this, perhaps the world have suddenly given

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you explanation.

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And his explanation is about that we can learn

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about only about promise and about the corner. It is an accepted fact of history. Number one is an accepted fact of history that no human has mastered a number of subjects some of the things

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knowing if a person will get a person to master in one thing that they recognize is great, perhaps two, perhaps three

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elements of human history. There is not one particular human who is as Chief Master study on numerous subjects similar cases

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where the person can still obtain a C suite with a thought it was an academic, on a number of subjects that were famous. If you look at the bottom, the following is the size of

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that teaches us science.

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teaches us about this line and the line that teaches us about what happened in the era that

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it is humanly possible for any one individual similar to this whole knowledge of such a vast variety of subjects, and then speak about those subjects with he will come up and he will get each one of those.

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So, if you look at the different sciences, in the different topics and the different angles, and the different perspectives, it encompasses no more human, the issue of humanity has encompass so much in our lifetime that during the period of the disease

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is not

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confined to the individual to speak on one topic or another topic, but still to see within the vehicle quality, that degree of death, every one of those

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reported by a human being has to be related to the human by the creation of all humans,

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you psychology such that there has to be like ups and downs, highs and lows, peaks and valleys, in terms of emotions in the state of mind, you cannot speak in the same way as we did three years ago.

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But we see sometimes you listen to a lecture that we did five years ago.

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Let me say that

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because as a human, we have different emotions, sometimes you have to say

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at times you

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defensive, so over a period of 23 years, whether you are fighting or whether you are talking, they will be very interesting. Look at authors who write books in a very regular basis that it changes the mood, the mood in the system, you look at all of this depends on the day.

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Whether it's windy,

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weather, the cloud at support all of these phases, if you look at the consistency in

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the tone, the language, the prose, the style, the manner, that consistency is even possible for any human to maintain that consistency over a period of three to three years. It cannot be the worldview

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that comes directly from point number three, if we studied

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very hard,

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you know, he said to because he had at least one appear the functionality passed away. That was that was there. And he was giving consideration the parenting is phenomenal. He said that he came across one book where the author has listed all those orphans who prospered and achieve success. And

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he said no, this is a system of a map. Sometimes you do get a theme. You don't get an open. And you see what the

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time is of the father or the

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mother, perhaps even home parents, what will what what will life give him the whole later on.

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When you see what they achieved, then you realize that the wisdom in

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the mumble today is often even had the greatest token to pay that off, the football guy was open. So he wasn't open. And this was

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he lost his father.

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He loves and hates when he loses his grandfather

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and other chronic disease in other circumstances.

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He looks after the best of his ability. But things

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like this are in the real business.

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opportunity to get access people need to learn how to read device at a very young age. You have to go and attend to the law. You have to go and look after the teacher. And then beyond that the society those days, literacy was amazing. It was very rare to find a person who knew how to read and write. Now ask yourself

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a man who grew up with no educational infrastructure to lean on that content to a flock of sheep from a young age. There's hardly anybody in the society

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finishing his life. How can people use this book that provides such mastery over so many different sizes and subjects to these,

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this is

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the one for you, this comes directly from him. And then the last one, it was gonna say,

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when people say when people are buying people, the latest is the word of

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any book that is important, but any human is an enemy of the human history. And you will find that over time, we will see was a lot that was Boston,

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there was a lot that it was a Boston fuzzy. And even that many stuff is to be found with the original language, which was the original vocab or visual language site is not reserved, because of the changing times your

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English, you will have to stick to it, even though it's the same language, but the passage of time and the manner in the use of words will be destructive to the sentences, all of those things change. But if you look at the

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red, and it is still reserved, exactly the very same language with which it was revealed the cornerstone of

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it is preserved. letter for letter, word for word, dot four.

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that is the citizenship of Allah, Allah says you will present this form we expect, we will reserve its meaning we will reserve it implementation, we will resume

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bots to guard against a formal admission, even if language will be reserved word to word, letter by letter, don't fly by dog in the hearts of youngsters who are infested with a bomb, we have the Excel

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the CPA says

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let us understand if

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you see

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these images, these are some of them. They don't know how to look after themselves with

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them the amount of

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stages. So we need to speak to the limit.

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And will

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show us one way youngsters don't know how to look after themselves at committing to

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talk to memory eliminate. It's not one isolated piece and one person or two people or 200 people who have memory

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across the board, they commit this to memory is part of the evidence.

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Those are good points

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that you do.

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And how are you dangerous, but we won't be on that today, mostly about science. Everything needs to be on the state of science on the seat of logic on the state of the irrigants. So let's talk about that. Give it a shot. I'm completely shut up.

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today. We know after so many years, so many billion years of human existence, we know that the human body, almost half of it is made up of water.

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We know that what is the source of life scientists.

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We know today that scientists are looking for life on other planets. The first thing we look for is water. If there

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is no water, there's no life. If 1400 years in Arabia, where there was

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a lake where the end of the continent the standard phenomenon of water like in the city today, we're so

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excited the words that will reveal to you one short sentence.

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we have completed it could be literally anything from water. 1400 years ago, scientists come to the same conclusion. So we say this was the work of the human. How is it? How is it logically? Or how is it scientifically possible that 40

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years ago in the deserts of Arabia, he would come to this conclusion which is

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that every living thing is treated for more and something else which is phenomenal. They say 71% 71% of the Earth's surface.

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71% of the head service is filled by water, the talks about water.

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And the books about land 30 times. And the ratio and correlation between that is 71% 71%. This is the curriculum, we need to also enhance, we need to increase our love for the

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And I'm shocked that it only makes tradition for another day.

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So he's

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never led to a giant

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And we created we're giving him the ability to hear

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and the ability to see.

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Now, any human from your,

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from your citizens, which is the point

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you will see, any human will tell

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the greatest setback to a human is not to lose your ability to use your ability to see it's more difficult to learn, I would not be able to see that we might not be able to provide the photo editing, we thought he talks about see another possible one, which I was somebody would not have thought

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about hearing, loss of faith to add

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that when the fetus is growing in the belly of the mother, the first sentence that is activated is a sense of give the time of the year the mother seat was independent of the mother. And when you are about to die, why do

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they really tell you why? Because the last sensitivity activated? Before we get into some steps, what is your sense of gearing and hiring someone said that he was adding some mediocracy

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autonomy to the spoken word.

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Let's take another example.

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And this is a common objection.

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And also wants to

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get to the whole notion of resurrection.

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So how is it that people believe that you'll go into the grave and your body will decompose and then it will be recreated and it will be resurrected. So

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if somebody says

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along with this human, he thinks he doesn't have the ability to read behaves, and to put together his bones even though we do the first time around. So I asked him what he said was when the next time

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we will retreat you're walking up to keep an

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eye out for you in your fingertip. Now, the question is

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how can you put so much a significant level of scrutiny about the high part the kidneys, the liver, in terms of

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the functioning of the human body in order to do something different?

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So why is

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that the only thing which is unique to the human being is no repetition is no replica is that the thing that demonstrate the fingerprints of every human is uniquely different than the states.

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But any data that is socially

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These are just a few examples that are given to the passing where the

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language where the teachers have such knowledge that it can

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even in today's climate of humanism, and atheism and everything, everyone believes that all scientific evidence as

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a study the

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study that

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proves to you is what led to this lecture by your own standards in your life.

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talks about the creation of the human within the belly of a man. You don't need a scientist you don't need to be any kind of expert to know that thing.

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sixth century Arabia,

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they will not be

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they will

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not know what was happening.

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what you saw, they will not exist.

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And you will see, because human technology and the science of medicine have developed, yet it

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talks to us about our existence. So, most importantly, we need to know why that is

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why we created

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itself is critical, because the greatest professors are the greatest species and the greatest scientists of the day, they don't know why

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they can tell us things about you know,

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things about people, you know, they can, you still don't even understand.

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But something is basically, whatever the reason why you're like what you're going to supply

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for that next time.

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But we know that even our biological creation,

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everybody helping people American,

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with a woman, like naked, the fetus is created to see by saying, see,

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the fetus is about three layers of

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the fetus exactly three layers,

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today of this and discovered that around the fetus, you have the abdominal wall, you have a wall of the uterus, and then you have the memories

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1400 years ago, this is how I feel in the bedroom a step by step, step by step and warning signs this could

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be contradicted given to an age

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then it becomes colleagues

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home for a second that hang up on my lap bar, and then we put flesh on to the scanner. And that is how the fetus is formed. Today, scientists have shown this is exactly the sequence of embryonic.

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This is exactly the sequence of embryonic development. So to conclude, brothers and sisters, that we say this much, we live in a world where people are caught up on religion, they believe

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in God believe in a book and saying, this is a word of the law. But if we look at the context, into us,

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and if we look at

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it goes beyond even what is

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reasonable in proving itself to be the rule of law, and not the human, and not the work of any

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group that will leave you with

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what we have learned from this.

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But the question we need to ask ourselves today, when it comes to witness, making, this is what he was doing,

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in the terms of the preservation of his word, in the bosom of a person doesn't even understand the Arabic language. But the medical component goes beyond that. And we as Muslims, have we as believers, allow space into our lives, into our homes, into the daily routines, so that we can perform it's very spiritually socially, economically, politically and in every other way. So many scholars say that if you find yourself indulging in ministry, and there are many places in your home to start the reading of the bottom by the

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sum of many of those vices

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was I had a different motivation in a different perspective.

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sees a lot of

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reading your personal

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allow the space in your life performance. I leave you with the season with the famous incident that I do every time because you know the story that we have

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your mind.

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Today, you just need to save people's faces like

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the Muslims are saying

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we need to do

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Getting the latest patient

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and equipment without any tension because you're injured, and he ended up with the house resistant way without any tension on this part of the world.

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And it's just really his heart. His heart was so hard.

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But when he heard those words

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time defeats the goal.

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Some says yes,

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for the first time the

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public for the first time

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you will be selected in the company.

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Anyone can join us bond is extended to those in close proximity and

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vertical comma allows you to

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eat your day for tea and give you the space to focus on your life and your family.

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to have to be the slowest