Putting Our Differences Aside

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AI: Summary © The Kappa symbolizes Islam and is important in shaping buildings and culture, with a potential for harm. The Kappa is also discussed, including its significance in shaping culture and trusting the Prophet. The importance of faith and unity in the church is also emphasized, with emphasis on domestic and global issues and the use of Moore's Law for praying. The transcript also touches on issues of privacy and the pandemic, as well as the federal law that was ruled by the US. Viewers are encouraged to follow the links in the segment.
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All along

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in a market

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that kind of want to stay in or want to sell

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you have the option

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may as

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well make the

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along with about a

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dozen or so.

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You yeah

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yeah the

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intensive work here before me has

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now been catching up when he sat around about worked up a lot

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of hands in a lot of pizza.

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Yeah, we went to law school programs

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to do but while they were in the was

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That was why I started hanging

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out while he

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was going off

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what was the

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what was the reaction water

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the other day

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I was watching the workers building the capacity on Capitol Street.

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And thinking about how far it has come in such a short amount of time.

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It made me wonder if he brought

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out a Muslim were filled with a similar sense of anticipation and excitement when they were building the column.

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And there's bits of information about some of the decisions that needs to be made about the machine close my way. How big the window should be, where this door and that door should be located.

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It got me thinking about the history of the power

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as the building

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and power is a little more complicated than many people realize.

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Many of us have seen pictures and videos of the background

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In our homes, we have paintings of railroads that look familiar to structure shrouded in black.

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But gondola, as we know, as now is an instantly recognizable symbol of the Savannah, leading many messages and Islamic organizations to use it as part of their logo.

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But the power was not always a few.

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When it was directed by The Guardian,

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and the sun, the scenario,

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it was more in the shape of a three dimensional bullet flat on three sides, and rounded or curved on the fourth.

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What we have today as a plane, that semi circular wall was originally part of the founders and the for the bills. This is why so many people want to pray inside that area, because it's the closest thing to praying inside the Kappa that many people forget.

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It's also why it's closed off to through traffic, so that no one mistakenly cuts through that area during follow up, which is only supposed to be around and not through the cabinet.

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The story behind why that Aqaba is now a cue that is not ancient history.

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Why the Kaaba is now a few but not in its original shape actually happened when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was 35 years old. Just five years before he would be given his Prophetic Mission.

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The camera which was the symbol and justification, of course your power and wealth was in disrepair.

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Mecca is shaped by the pole, a low points national between mountains on all sides. So whenever it rains, all of the runoff comes right for the Kappa, flooding the area. There really is buildings. By the time that was when I was five years old, the cabin was falling apart. Its walls are crumbling, but the price for a superstitious bunch. They haven't fixed the calendar sooner because they were afraid of provoking the wrath of the idols. Eventually, the promotion admitted that they couldn't delay repairing extending offer, in a strange edition of their unholy lifestyle of correlation power to only use pure money to fix the power, no money raised from gambling, or other vices would be

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allowed. And then its reconstruction.

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The problem was the corporation was so heavily invested in finance advice, that when they tried to raise money for the reconstruction of the cow, but they couldn't come up with very much.

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They ran out of building materials before they could complete its original shape. So they decided to make the cow but into a smaller queue. And instead,

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the history of the caller does not end there, the process will evolve on him he was actually wanted to change the construction of the counter as well. In addition to restoring its original shape, he wanted to change the location of the door. If you've ever been to even know that the tower that was just one door, it's high up, elevated off the ground, not quite as high as a basketball hoop. Maybe you're seeing pictures or videos of pilgrims holding on to the door or trying to touch them. The prophets of Allah while he was somebody wanted to change the location of that door. He wanted to make the door level with the ground that extended so that people could actually go inside whenever

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they want to.

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As we know, these changes never happened.

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How this ending is still the same as it was when the four h rebuilds before the four animals reveal it's still that cute shape.

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So at this point, you have to wonder why is it

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so long?

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Why was this the cabinet change? Wasn't he the Prophet of Allah, Allah He saw this.

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At the end of his life, he is higher Arabia Arabian Peninsula obeying his commands, didn t have the authority

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we turn to need to learn what happened

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Even Muslim he compiled this Heineken has a conversation between the crocodile as

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we're auditioning for the LA Monica, always full of questions is wondering about the countless construction.

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First, she asked about the thing that semicircular wall so that

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he is on the lower end he was

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on in jeopardy and we have these people on our

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call to let us know if you

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are in a

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customer's vehicle network

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is the ball towards the camera. She's asking about

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the promise of a loved one. It was one of the said, Yes, it is. She asked, why didn't they make it part of the Kava. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam answered that before I ran out of money,

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then she asked me about the tour

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that must have provided me he will tell me

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all this money because of the fact that I totally can only leave the open show Machado, Machado, will know

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to care for Google, and

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when painting, whatever, all is good or bad.

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Why is the door so high? I should ask the purpose of a lot but he was gonna answer the party she did it. So they could let in whoever they want this and keep out whoever they wanted.

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And it works for the Quraysh being new to Islam,

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such that I'm afraid that their hearts would reject it.

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I will take the healthy part of the hammer and rebuild the door at the ground level.

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The words of the promises of the love bombing subject are explicit.

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The reason he didn't rebuild the house was because he was afraid their hearts would reject this because they were new to the sun.

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There are plenty of reasons why they would have rejected it.

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They might have worried that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was really just trying to advance his own name and his own legacy. Changing something as familiar as ancient as the Java might have been interpreted as someone's trying to make their own mark.

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Instead of restoring the cow back to what it used to be

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leaving the top level alone, and keeping it the way everyone knew it was the best place to protect people's new fragile. Faith in the sun is the province of the Lombardi was southern has changed the tower and promotes their worst fears. The Oman would have been split. And its unity destroyed.

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This hadith teaches us ethics certain issues, units comes first.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam could have given the order to have the cowboy minutes in whatever way he wants it.

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He could have forced the issue. But the construction of the camera is not a fundamental part of our faith.

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But location of the door is not a fundamental issue of our faith.

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And so even if there was a better way of doing things the Prophet alayhi salatu salam way the costs of getting his way.

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In the end, he decided that it wasn't worth the potential costs. Commenting on the story, similar sentiments he

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wrote in his collection of photography, blog, and the most cited for this would be one or the

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other providing.

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He saw that the unity and cohesion took priority over rebuilding the Kaaba as it was right in time.

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Shape was continuous. He wants the reader to know that this principle is not exclusive to the prophets of Allah while he was

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but something that every single one of us has to apply, we assume.

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And the unspoken incentive would

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lead me to give it to you

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What she married

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how often we have a video

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and it is also acceptable for other people to abandon that which is the most correct

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in order to unite the people's hearts and present the United Front and out of fear for harming the greater good

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are stuck with a lot of

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the stuff we do in life

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what's up

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guys actually completely

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washed out when the piano was leaving them happened in October was suitable endemic warning to LaGuardia.

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It was certainly interesting to hear

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weighing the costs and benefits and non fundamental issues is not only the practice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, it is also the practice of the Salat, of our own and our scholarly tradition

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on the Bible was the one who gather the people together for totally

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it is true that the problem for a long way he was

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always for a few nights in the Mississippi during this fight, I mean,

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but then he stopped he stopped fearing that people would think that it was an obligation

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how does the prophets of Allah Ya he was some of the performances my prayers, again, we go to the Hadith on 77 o'clock there are no more one of them who started I should start with your

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paper towel. So it was soon in Addis Ababa and he was given a lot

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of all that power. So obviously a lot while at the same time, you slowly

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only suddenly collapse.

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Someone asked

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about the Prophet's life prayers during Ramadan. She said that the provenance of the loved one was what pray for you and it's a prayer that for you as a prayer than three genes or whatever

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is convenient is that most people probably have

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this how many shows that the prophets of Allah wa salam used to pray a totally.

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It also shows that he prayed

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for at a time.

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But the topic of prayer that as we know it today, was organized after the prophets that so a lot of mourning was during the reign

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of the loved one when they spoke to prayer, and keep in mind, all moms did not permit the companions to leave her being up except for jihad.

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So we're talking about almost as a Senior Companions here. They prayed 20

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On the seventh end of World War One VOD Catholic worn out and I can run the low Hyper V shopping online English speaking.

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However, they are easy so

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they used to stand for prayer, and all along during the ramp a month or 20 units with prayers.

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Did anybody correct Ahmad?

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Or tell him that he was not following the Sunnah of the Prophet of Allah? Why?

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Did anybody tell him that he was an innovator?

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Did anyone do either a simple companion split off and bring their own car

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with a different number of Americans?

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The answer is no.

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If the answer is no, we have to ask. Why not?

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Two reasons. First, because of companions that the prophets of Allah

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commanded us not just to follow his sunnah, but the Sunnah of the rightly guided successors will be super deep.

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Well soon as they put a battleship Amina Thank you do not do it. That means

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you must follow my sunnah. So the Prophet Allah, Allah and the Sunnah of the right

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The audit successive points down onto his with your role or to

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the second week, because even if the profits wait for the loved one it was better. This is not an issue or deferring

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falling by consensus of the scholars and all for legal schools is not an obligatory prayer.

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Therefore, the amount of archives we pray is not a fundamental issue of our faith.

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Just like the issue of rebuilding the tower, this is a situation that calls for putting aside our preferences for the sake of Muslim units.

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Whether you prefer eight, or 20, this is not the issues flipped over.

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This is not a valid reason to divide the Muslim community and the Senate did not divide the different communities over this issue.

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Our unity as a community of faith

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is more important than following what we think is the most correct opinion in this particular case.

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The North Atlantic throughout the centuries understood the practice this principle came about and even below students of the lumbar chapter if

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you've understood that it was of the opinion that safe misconduct rocking,

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it has to be recited out loud. If a prayer

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even rejected this opinion, he did not think it was correct.

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He thought the most correct thing to do was to say it quietly to yourself.

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Yes, my email, distract me from areas that follow with a tip on email traffic.

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even leave a prayer in the messaging and recite this from that outlet.

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Both opinions are acceptable. And this is not the fundamental issue of our faith.

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So Unity takes priority shape, especially taking our people up reference to this story as well as proving this principle was said saying, Well, I'd be here to rule on toppling the Japanese have played a full game martial arts had to laugh at me.

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And another statement other than that, in which we offer a less correct but permissible opinion instead of the most correct opinion, in order to protect the unity of the congregation. Unity takes priority over doing what is most correct. As long as there were multiple permissible options. And it is not a fundamental issue of our faith. Yeah, you've done a lot. We have a diverse community of humbled enough. We have families from Yemen, from Bosnia, from Syria. We have families from Egypt, from Burma from Sudan. We have partners from Somalia, Senegal, and Pakistan, we have more than that we have everyone.

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Do you think that domestic and beautiful will always do things the way that they are used to from back home?

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Is that a reasonable thing to expect?

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Some of us are used to paying 800 hours a week some phones, some are used to grind two hours at a time. So for some of us are used to reciting a dues or more each night, some of us less than that. What can we do?

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Is the solution to split off to build our own machine where we can do things our way exactly the way we need to get back home.

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This way,

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is a tricky machine.

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And I can prove it to you in two ways.

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First, because when it comes to these sorts of issues, there is no end to split it. There will always be something else later on to the Bible over yet again.

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And once the community begins to divide over issues like this, it usually continues to divide into smaller and smaller groups.

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Second, because the vision makes the Muslim community, we

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include communities where the Muslims keep splitting over issues that are not fundamental. Look at the results. Is there an Islamic school

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For the children for that community

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is immediately at least recognized as a holiday by the public schools and that communities.

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Are the kids in that community excused from schools to attend to.

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These are things that happen in other parts of America. If the answer to these questions is no,

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that is a symptom of weakness caused by a lack of unity.

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Unity is an obligation in our favor offset. Yeah, I'm gonna talk a lot about the quality Well, that's what most people who are just involved they happen to me.

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Oh, you will have to leave be mindful of the law in the way he deserves. And do not deny except as Muslims and hold firmly to the local offense Do not be dividable

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the proper data set that hopefully will be helpful again. Yes, sure to backup the power of the backup will temporarily believers to another believer is likely a building one strengthen the other.

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This does not mean that there can be multiple dissenters in a city. This does not mean that some questions can appeal to certain ethnicities more than others. No, that's all fine. But we have to be together.

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We have to be together all of the messages have to be united.

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Unity leads to cooperation. Cooperation leads to strength and sustainability. And Allah azza wa jal will honor us through our unity.

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Ramadan is almost here,

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just a little over one week away, and our circumstances with the pandemic. And with the new investigation under construction have given us a unique opportunity to your numbers.

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We will be cooperating with the bossier summer Association

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and holding joint Halloween prayers this year.

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they will be held here in this semester. After reset.

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We will be praying eight boycotts of 34 dots at a time in accordance with the hadith of Arusha.

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We will not be reciting an entire truth each night. We will make the prayer shorts so that the elderly and our community and our young people can participate and enjoy this tremendous act of worship.

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We will also be praying with social distancing, just like we do on gaps in our rows do not see it validates your prayer. Yes, standing foot to foot is a pseudonym. In normal circumstances, no, it is not an obligation in the city or an obligatory part of the prayer. Since it's not an obligation, it can be put aside for the cost of a hobby or a prevailing interest, just like rebuilding the condo. In this scenario, the prevailing interest is keeping our brothers and sisters safe from this disease and protecting their safety.

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Everyone is required to write masks and their prayer robots. No prayer of means no entry. And if you aren't in doubt about any of these issues, want to see recipe references you want to see citations we prepared a little template on your way out to the table on the right side. Please You're welcome to take one and if you have any questions you can always talk to me or contact me by phone. But most of what was happening other than the offline. World free to follow me over there interviews for noon on

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Sunday morning responding to schema or something will happen 100 hours later I'm

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really working in the cameos Believe it or not

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come out

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early in the morning in the afternoon but he also

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down about a low in Milan.

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In the meantime, I

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