Gold Discovered in Gaza

Wahaj Tarin


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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh so in the olden days when the earth's population was much less than it is today, resources used to be found in greater abundance of those resources was gold.

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So when they used to mine gold in the olden days, gold used to be found and nuggets. Or even when they were panning by the rivers or by the streams, they used to get little nuggets of gold. These days, you find much less than parts per million, but in the olden days, they used to come and nuggets. Now, those nuggets used to have impurities in them, like they were not all 100% Gold. So as a metallurgical process, they use what they call Pyrometallurgy. So they used to get this nuggets of gold, and put it in a pan if you like, and on fire, or in a furnace. And the heat would separate between the pure and the impurities. So pure, lustrous, glittering gold used to come out. And on the

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other side you used to get the leftover impurities stay behind. And obviously the gold would then be used for jewelry or coin or the rest of it. So the Arabs used to refer to this process of exposing gold to the fire and separating pure gold from impurities as fitna. So, they used to say for 10, to the herba, we exposed gold, to the fire, and then the process separated between the pure gold and the impurities. And this process was novel enough for them, that they took it and as an analogy brought it to life, like in the daily practices, they used to refer to this process in their normal life. So for example, if difficulty hardship came into their life, that was heat that was fire, and

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now it is for them to either shine like gold, or fall as impurities. So they would shine as gold every day exhibited the greatest of human values. So, Freedom Vala faith, hope, resilience, hospitality, all of these were considered golden characteristics. And on the other side at the lower end of the spectrum was the impurities the low level of human values or non values,

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like oppression and cruelty and smallness, and and the rest of it.

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And recently, as has been on all our screens, we see that fire has come into Vasa

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and difficulty hardship, and then the ashes amidst the debris

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against everyone's expectations, gold started to shine out of us.

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Why I refer to these golden characteristics, which

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had become so rare if non existent amidst humankind. So for example, faith,

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we saw footage of fathers holding the innocent life less babies in their hands. And although you would have anticipated that the correct thing or the appropriate thing would be for the father to say, you know why me and oh god, why this innocent child. Instead, you see these golden traits, these super characteristics come out from them with holding a lifeless baby, you're in all the pain that a father feels that Losing a baby. And yet he's able to turn to God and say Alhamdulillah all praises due to God.

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Faith that you would only find in books is now being embodied

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amidst the debris and the dust and the ashes of of Gaza. So I say gold is discovered and as

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and I saw a father, again a lifeless baby in his hand.

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And he calls out all loads take from us until you're pleased. Notice the submission notice the surrender, notice the acceptance of destiny that this is what has happened, instead of going to huge emotional problems that you could expect and anticipate in any other person and in any other situation.

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Here's another golden value, courage. So I saw young girls, primary school girls able to stand face to face, eye to eye, with an occupying soldier with weapons and guns and everything else by his side. And you see no iota of fear in her eye, and she is able to defend the position and have parents and the rest of it. And that is just that the child and it doesn't diminish as that goes up. The courage that the husband's exhibited in this genocide that they're experiencing, is what movies will be made about and poetry written about and what superheroes will be named after that these have rosin qualities. And then we saw resilience.

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Currently, 1.9 million people are homeless. And you would think that they would be defeated in a defeatist mentality will take over. Instead, I heard a young child say it's okay, we will build it even better than it used to be. So when fire came to rasa, fit now,

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the test of fire to separate purity from impurity to separate gold from impurity, as as start to glitter amidst the rubble and the debris and the ashes of Hazza. And you should ask and it would be appropriate to, but hold on. And what about the impurities? And what about the loneliness of conduct? Where'd that go? It's everywhere. Anyone that was okay with children being killed, exhibited the lowest of human values and started to become unmasked and uncovered and naked, and the cruelty and hatred and the smallness of their hearts. And whether that was

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in the hallways of power with the shining suits, and, you know, long titles of Prime Minister and President and minister and this and that, and you couldn't stop a genocide and the killing of babies, forgive me, you exhibited very low qualities, the world put you in positions of authority, so that you could lead and when it came time to lead, you faulted. You didn't have principal or spine or courage, or resolve or faith, and instead, you left

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9000 children to be slaughtered and burnt and buried under the rubble of us.

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So, congratulations to the people of glad tidings to the people of Gaza. Glad tidings to the superheroes of our time, to those that showed us values we thought had been extinct. And commiserations to those who couldn't show any

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