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Who is going to be reading? Brian?

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No I'm going to be reading insha Allah

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okay just make sure the connection is good

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you can hear me anyways

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yes

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common Monday for him

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call it mirror ignore

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they are like they are like a sheep that has strayed and finds itself between two flocks that goes to one and then the other and does not stay with any of them. They are standing between two groups of people, all the while searching as to which is the strongest and nobler use of us observing obeying the

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law. You all

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for my YouTube Lily low following Taiji, the Allahu sebelah

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they wish they vacillate between the two, not joining these or joining those. If Allah misguide someone, you will not find any way for him to go.

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Yes, this metaphor that she says, like a sheep, this came in handy to know this a lot. So, how do you even your own model and so Muslim, he said that Hippocrates like a sheep that has strayed and finds itself between two flocks, because sometimes this flocks leaving to go to those,

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so they never really settled with any group.

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This concept it means

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that those peoples times they lean towards them in their beliefs, a mix between two things Eman and Cofer together. So sometimes they feel like leans toward the man and faith and Taqwa and Sunnah and righteousness and you know, and sometimes they will go and leans towards the other one, the other side, the dark side, the Buddha, the innovations, the the indecency there, how long the fascia, the way of the disbelievers and so forth.

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But this, this description can fit a lot of people

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right, which is,

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it could be a sign of hypocrisy when the person's because what is the heart of the human beings three tab of Hearts did heart album may it which is I mean by that, that from a spiritual perspective, the album made, they don't ever feel the pain of sins, they don't feel the urge of doing for worshipping Allah subhana data, they don't feel anything by missing salah they don't feel anything by offering salah.

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Okay,

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that's that

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Done Deal and there is one which is life which is so

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attached to Allah subhanaw taala to the worship of Allah subhanaw taala so sensitive towards the Haram will not even fall into it, it will not fall for the thing that might lead to it. You know, they all they also can go to the level where anything that it will not benefit them in the occur they will not do it. Even if it's not dislike even if it does not harm, but it's not beneficial on the Alpha they will avoid it

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as very high level of of high

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caliber hate

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then you have an album marine

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which is sick,

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okay,

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which is sometimes goes toward the life and sometimes go toward the debt.

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So basically have these two elements, the light and the darkness,

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the poison, and the nutrition.

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And whatever it takes over the hearth we'll end up with so that shows you that this heart is has messed up. And Allah subhanaw taala and he described the hypocrite he said, feel polu be him Murghab

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so their heart is sick.

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Also.

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So that's one aspect so that that can be a sign of hypocrisy for so many people who have this, you know,

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problem when you see yourself martial law one day you're very

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Good than salon and keeping up with all the obligations and beauties a good Muslim and another day, you know, in the beginning of the day or this at the end of the day or that, that changing switching is a sign of hypocrisy and person should fight back

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or at least similar to the way of the hypocrites. Okay, so I'm acting like them, and I'm not supposed to act like them. I'm not supposed to have any of the qualities

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also, there is another aspect of this which is those people are another way to look at it. Those hypocrites sometimes with this group sometimes with that group sometimes will, you know, not because

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they know the truth. No, but because the doubt the truth

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not because they feel

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overcome by their desire. Now, it is because they love the desire

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because the favor all over

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it because their heart is not 100% committed. That's why they keep switching up flipping.

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Okay, so one of the signs of hypocrisy also is one of the persons

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in every fitna comes.

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Every fitna comes, you see this person flip,

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come up with the weirdest ideas, the weirdest positions,

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you know, and losing part of his team.

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Any test that comes the person change,

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I changed, I changed. And the change is not because I found new evidence.

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The change is not because I'm mature, my new evidence appeared to me No, the change is because of the weakness. The in that person to resist the pressure.

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It's because of that weakness that make the desire to look over the heart, weakness or doubts because he never really inside deep in his heart was 100% convinced

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there is people said oh, we follow the sun no follow the way it was tough. But when not anymore in these days, for example, is that is the trend and the cool thing, you know,

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those who never really had this heart, certain about fully convinced with the way of that I had a sinner, they were ready to flip

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because the doubt take over them.

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But as for the change,

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or the change because of worldly matter,

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or political positions, or fame, or money

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or because of a group, I'm part of the group and I don't want to be cast out, like has to be Tibor.

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You're not these things tended to person one day this way when they this way and changing because of this is signing for packers. But if the person change change because of following the truth.

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Because

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admitting that this is haram or wrong.

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I'm repenting to Allah subhanaw taala. That's right.

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If no, in no way to him, Allah spoke about this.

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In a beautiful introduction that you wrote,

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if I'm not mistaken, when acquired time, in his introduction for his book and Shafia,

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which is a much more

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and the introduction of that book is is a beautiful piece of

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work.

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And an amazing, right.

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And it's a quite big.

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But it mentioned a narration from one of the early scholars said in Saudi letter Allah Bofill helped me fill Yomi ARPA in America

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or in the month Africa had the right idea.

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hypocrites,

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study in one one way that's interchange. Well, the truthful person can change 40 times a day.

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And that explained that it means that it doesn't matter. If I take a position and they find evidence. I'll follow it.

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Even if I never feel shame, shy, embarrassed, hesitant to follow the truth when it appeared to me.

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As for the hypocrites, he will not even care about evidence, because he followed his design.

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So, we have to differentiate between

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we have to be different to differentiate between these two, constant, the change that happened to people. Like, for example, I heard once somebody was saying

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somebody criticize someone else and said, Oh, he keeps changing his positions and certain areas. I think changing his position does not make the person

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praise or criticize. It's why the person changes position.

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So, if I changed my position, because of the pressure, because of the

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appealing, pleasing people, because they change in the methodology that I follow

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of looking at the evidence, okay, because not the cool thing anymore. That's wrong because of

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racism. prejudiced because of hate.

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Like, I hate some group, that I because I hate them so much. I start rejecting anything to do with them.

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Oh, that's not how

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I was to knock them out. Yeah, do Romans in America. They're always following the evidence.

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The evidence, they always follow with Allah and His message is so so upset. And what that Sahaba really Allah and on debt.

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So just because sometimes you cannot tell the difference between the two. I hope this is clear. And I'm glad whoever was looking for the code that you know,

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right now.

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No, Bismillah

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they are on the lookout to see what happens to Alison

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EVIC if victory comes their way, they say we were we not with you. And they swear their strongest oath by a lot on this evictory goes to the enemies of Addison. They say to them, Do you not know that we have been weird? Do you not know that we have a binding pact of brotherhood with you?

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And they bring their closeness of of lineages proof for this.

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Whoever wishes to know them, let them take their description from the words of the Lord of the worlds and after that he will he will require no further proof.

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Right now they say now they say we are with you. We are from you. We are from Addison.

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Is it enough for someone to claim that to be truly from Alison, truly from Alexandria slum?

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Let's see. Yes. But if there is Citizen Science, Science, clear science, once expose them, no matter how much they tried to hide between the lines between the people or in the community, Allah will expose them through certain signs, expose them to themselves because sometimes my brother and sisters

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we deceive ourselves before we deceive others.

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Many times I found that it's so sad

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when you lie to yourself before you lie to other

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when you break your promise with yourself before you break promises with others

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when you deceive and cheat yourself before deceiving and cheating anyone else.

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When you're not truthful with yourself before being not truthful,

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when you don't have self respect,

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before even asking you to be respectful of others

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when you don't have trust in yourself, so this is something so important when we talk about this, not to point fingers at others, and there's a famous say they said if you point your finger like this, be careful. You're pointing one this direction, and three pointing back to you.

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So

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I hope that this reading make us to have self reflections. So if we have any one of these signs

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As are influenced by to cleanse our soft quickly

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Bismillah let's see what are the signs that he is going to mention now? Who should earn

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a living a living rub persona become fire fighting can Allah comfort from meno law? But her main ally Paul who? Come come? When can a little care theory in an offseason? Now say Ron Paul who?

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Lm alumnus with alikoum 1am Well, I'm not coming meaning for law who Yeah, cool movie. Come Yokoyama.

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Well learn Yes. Hello law who will care theory in our little meaning, meaning sebelah

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those who anticipate the worst for you say, where are we not with you, whenever you gain a victory from Allah. But if the but if the disbelievers have the success, they say, did we not have the upper hand over you? And yet in spite of that, keep the believers away from you. Allah will judge between you on the Day of Judgment. Allah will not give the disbelievers any way against the believers.

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One who listens to them will be astounded by the by the sickness and softness of the speech. He will bring Allah to witness for what is in their heart and lies of lies and deceit.

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Women and so on.

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So that's he's now talking about number one. Okay.

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Yeah, that you basically they have a sweet tongue and, and a nice talk. But they have a very dark evil. Sharp

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heart.

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Full of hatred. Yes.

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Continue.

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Yeah.

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Well, men and women SMA your G Walker polar who feed Phil Hi.

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Oh, Lou, Phil, higher the dunya we're your shade, Allahu Allah.

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Allah, will your shade Allah Allah fi will be he will hold. Well, who are Allah, Allah to pay for?

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Allah duel Hassan. Among the people, there is someone whose words about the worldly life, excite your ad, your admiration. And he calls Allah to witness what is in his heart. While he is in fact, the most hostile of adversaries.

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Yeah, this is, this is a very interesting sign. And it does. That's why I said deceiver. The same very good words.

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You know, and what's in the heart and the heart. If you tell them hey, said, Oh, you cannot be my judge in another intention. You cannot judge my intention.

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Yeah, I can. I cannot judge your intention. But I can tell that there is a big difference between a big distance between the words that you use and the action that you do. Which shows you there is a big difference between what you say and what you really have in your heart, in your mind. And among this, something that's interesting, a statement that I did on the Alliance said, and it's good for you to memorize it or to remember, Carl Kenema Tapiola, dooby hubba.

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It's a word of truth. But it's intended for other than the truth.

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Yeah, what you said is correct. But the point that you're making is not correct.

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No, the word is correct. And that's basically when he said this tall How are you in the cell? If you're como la la.

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All judgments should be referred to Allah that's pretty true.

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But they'll just statements true.

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But will the intent intend that you know what, what Talia or the Allah and dead when he except to bring arbitrators and to do an arbitration with my area and the rest of the Muslim ummah come, you know, and the Muslim ummah come to an agreement, and to do an arbitration to end the war. They said, That's wrong.

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That's not wrong. He did the right thing. And the Muslim did the right thing and the Sahaba did the right thing. You cannot use the word Allah Allah, Allah subhanaw taala is not going to descend into Earth and arbitrate between them.

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Okay, that's why I need an interpreter.

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If somebody tells you, like some people will say, Yeah, think hamdulillah our Islam is not Christianity. You didn't need the religious figures. You didn't need a priest between you and Allah.

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Yeah, that's true. But with demand, everybody can look at the Quran and understand the religion.

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Everybody can read the Quran and you know, not everybody.

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Everybody can be a scholar, but not everybody is a scholar.

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So sometimes hypocrites use this kind of words, which is, you know, yeah, freedom. Yeah. You know,

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for example,

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woman rights, men rights, human rights. Yeah, these are absolutely correct terms. Good terms, good concepts.

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But what do you intend by that? what you meant by that? What do you what you want to reach?

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What's the conclusion that you're trying to do?

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Isn't a slam talk about, you know, consulting, insurance, stuff like that? Yeah.

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Yeah, but what are you trying to establish? Here, I want to take that democratic concept within Western civilization today, and said that this is 100% Islam. Exactly the same thing people said in the past, when they talk about social justice and social equality and Islam. And these kinds of good work, and what they tried to do in the past, they tried to promote communism,

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and socialism. And they said, Islam, understood RKf, Islam, socialism, Islam, blah, blah, blah.

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So sometimes people use that. But if you dig deep in the heart,

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and that's the key point. Those people who saying this, they're not coming from

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a foundation that based on believing in Allah and His Messenger, they actually believe in socialism and capitalism. And whatever feminism part, the movement or this movement or you know, this is their foundation this would be coming from then what they do we bring the Quran and Sunnah they bring the religion

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just as a patch, as a layer. So the word is good, but what's really coming from is the bad position.

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Somebody doesn't want to follow the rules want to interpret religion according to the result, so don't feel bad.

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And sometimes this is can be very, very tricky.

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People say we want n z

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and z what's 10 Z? They said yeah, we would do want a lot to be look like his creation.

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Excellent. Everybody agree with that? Absolutely. Alas, not like his creation. Yeah. So what we do, we cannot accept Allah's names and attributes, as it appear, our cannot be above his throne. If he is above the throne, it means you will be like us above that. So what we coming from is not really the 10 Z. If you dig deeper, you will find with the coming from, it's in their mind, in their heart, that if Allah above the throne, it means he is like us, which is Tish be can feel the same. Allah is like us, when he's above something, it means he needs the thing that is underneath of him. Because of that wrong way off view and God view a lot.

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They came to come up with 10 z. So what do we do? We cancel this either by saying we don't know what it means, like they will tell you about the later version of the Shire. You know, some of them took that position. Or some of them said no, you know what we straight make that we'll do it it means Allah subhanaw taala control his throne.

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Or just give it another meaning or Sunday night completely.

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And just under the way of saying we want to keep Allah subhanaw taala far from it, the word is good.

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But that's a deceiving.

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Because if you look into so that means a loss of hammer. That's why some of these guys knee

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were were put in a corner where they were asked

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when they were asked so when almost had our data when the last part

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said to us that is above his throne

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and above the world.

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A new newbie so Salam said that and he pointed up

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It's oldest.

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See, when you put them that, that what is in the heart comes.

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Some of them explicitly said

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what had been seen as said before and the philosopher said

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and that's not philosophy. This is a longer term elements of it and people like a Razzie and others

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they can't work to tell you that in me so a lot is some

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would say that to people, because those people which is referring to Abu Bakr and Omar on Earth mana Sahaba, new Muslim, they are so used to worship pay idols and they used to be pagans. So if God for them is a human, so Allah and His Messenger Salah Salem will give a description similar to what humans are just to make it closer to him because they could not understand this concept. As Allah use words that it is make a lot looks like the thing that they're familiar with, so they can understand him otherwise it is beyond their ability to understand

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that's why the later generations Ghani mashallah, they are the smart one who could have could figure it out.

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If this is not hypocrisy, I don't know what's hypocrisy.

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Sign up hypocrisy. Obviously.

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That's dangerous when you start, you know,

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bringing evil meanings, and you put just a nice label over it.

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And that's one of the old trick of the shaper.

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And the person shouldn't be careful from it.

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And I can go hundreds of examples like we love Elevate, we love you know, and in the end, it's all about cursing the Sahaba eight from the Sahaba literally with added bait and the love added bait

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like solace. Yeah, I do.

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And so for some people who said it's all about being intellectual and urban, no, it's about you don't want to be an obedient servant to Allah. That's what it is.

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Oh, it's about a loss just so it's about a loss. Hi, today she's Joey. And he talked about justice of God and that no, it's a really, really insight because you doubt Allah, you hate Allah. You don't believe in Allah.

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That's what it is.

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That's why you see what you say.

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So, if you dig deep, you see the hypocrisy deep layer and the heart salon are good.

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What they, what they enjoy and upon their followers entails corruption, corrupting them, and spreading corruption in the land. What they prohibit the followers from entails, what would be better for them in this life and the hereafter, you would see one of them we you would see one of them amongst the believers praying and remembering Allah but we that will fail fill out the link

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in the Arabic one there was more than that.

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Arabic fix that I see.

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It says he's among to be

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among the believers praying and remembering Allah. Also it says here to my

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perfect ex remembering Allah subhanaw taala and being among us so hard, neither ascetics, okay and he is very, he looked like so committed to religion and so practicing Polish Jihad

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but

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no way that I will fill out the you see the see where your political health when Nestle while Lola your head bull for said, when he leaves you he goes about the Earth corrupting it destroying crops and animals. Allah does not love corruption. You see today, all this war was declared under the banner of freedom for the Iraqis freedom for avant is a freedom for the South American like whatever country you know, all these like the Nazi when they declared a war. You know, the banner was always like the reality is is destroying life.

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These dictators, these

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oppressive regimes

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Next round they said I'm worrying that Musa will spread corruption you'll have the facade

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Musa

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and the same thing today

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the sentenced to jail the get the even killed get banned, you get this under worry about, you know,

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creating incoherence in society

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you miss a lot today.

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And you just remember, that's

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one of the old tricks of the show. Yes.

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They are all similar in joining the evil after have having committed themselves and prohibiting the good after having left it themselves. They are miserly and giving their wealth in a way this is this is beautiful, this is beautiful.

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Pay attention to what is so interesting.

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Now my

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hope this

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in joining the evil after having committed themselves

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I was asking one of the brothers who

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invested so much of his time in modern days searching about this whole entire movement, or this like thing that we haven't and these days about sexuality, and you know this whole entire room and comes with it and all these new things that happen in society and, and he just transgenders and stuff like that, like what's going on it first things I couldn't wrap my head around.

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Why?

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Then he told me after all these years of research, and he's an academic researcher, he said after all this research and stuff like that, I found out that if you go really deep meaning of the people who start these ideologies and spread it and

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people of influence like influential people,

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if they are mainly from the, you know, from the media, or or when you call the celebrities and stuff like that is a chair, it's actually V themselves.

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do stuff like that, then they want the rest of the work to join

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them themselves sick.

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I don't want to be the only one.

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Not only one who's like strange.

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drew his booty Akuto menos, Jose chiffon doesn't want to go too far by himself

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said and he stopped giving me examples of things like modern day, how it started by who knew.

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And it's very interesting when he says here, after they themself commit the evil, they start encouraging people to do.

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And because it's the heart and the truth and the act and the commitment to the deen is so heavy for them to commit to it. So they start asking people not to commit to

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lift it themselves. They stop prohibiting people to do what's good.

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Very interesting.

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Huh? That's different than the believers who do haram things, who leave the obligations.

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But they will never stop people from doing the obligation. They will never

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prohibit you from doing the right thing.

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They're not encouraged me to do what's wrong. And if you do that, say PACCAR cellula.

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But if you do the Sydnor you leave their watch and because of your weakness, you're sad you're sorry you repent Allah you feel guilty about it.

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Now

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they are, they are miserly and giving their wealth in the way of Allah in ways that he loves it to be spent. How many times has Allah reminded them of the of the blessings He has conferred upon them. Yet they turn away and abandon him

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in the way he loves it to be spent.

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We have much spent the money in other ways in other areas but in the way he loves to be spent different story

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listen believers to what he says about them. I'll Mona fearful owner Well, Mona for your car to park with the back door whom borrowed

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Yeah, we're gonna build Hmong curry When? When Hona Hi Lynn Martin roofie we have to be doing ADEA home. Nursing nasil love Nursey furnace, furnace here home financier, home in Del mon fer cleaner hormonal Facetune the men and women of the hypocrites are as bad as one another, they command what is wrong and forbid what is right. And keep their fists tightly closed. They have forgotten Allah. So he has forgotten them. The hypocrites are deviating and keep the first tight, close.

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I don't know what do you guys think of that translation?

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Correct me if I'm wrong when I read this as a non English speaker, my first language

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and keep their fist tight, close.

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I understand that.

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They have their hand in the first position.

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But the key be tight and close.

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Understand, correct? Yes. So it's saying in English, it means tight fisted, you're very stingy.

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So you keep your fingers crossed.

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You keep the first tightly closed. Yeah, but what I'm trying to tell you here,

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there is a beautiful meaning and Arabic and Arabic words. They taught they basically

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the

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the normal state of your hand

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is not first, was the normal state of your hand?

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Open, open. Yes, sir. Allah subhanaw taala put the federal need to have an open hand to welcome people to shake hands to give to help to learn.

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But you have to change that flipper, to hope and because it's against the Phaedra you have to be tight. And you have to hold it close to you.

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It's probably goes so much against how Allah want them to be. They have to put so much effort in it.

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Which it shows you the typography different than sin, because sin is something that

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accidental, something that temporary, something that there is no evil intention behind it.

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100% versus hypocrisy

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It's an effort.

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Oh they would love to do what is wrong. Anyway, Nicola, before Gutten Allah, He has forgotten them. Does Allah forget?

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No.

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So but he said he has forgotten them. Only Allah

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the word forget in Arabic and English, ironically,

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carry two meanings.

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You forget about something intentionally? Or do you forget about it unintentionally

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forgetting about unintentionally which is forgetfulness? The lack of memory, knowledge, distractions. That's absolutely not

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all must have the last one who will have

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nothing can be hidden from him or not. He's not aware of

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but forgetting that intentionally. It means abandoning.

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It means for six sometime let them down. Intention ignoring them.

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Ignoring someone is based on knowledge not based on ignorance.

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I know you and I ignored that what it meant here.

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She told me Hey, what do you think of

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going to?

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To visit for example?

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A Deborah. Yeah, forget about it.

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It means just leave it alone.

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That's right. Even in English we say that. Forget about him.

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That wasn't meant to you

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If you invite them to judge by the clear important by the clear import of the revelation, you will see them turn away in a version.

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If you could see their reality you would see a vast gulf between them and the truth. And you'd see the stringency with which they turn away from the revelation. Where is the long term? Hello

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Hello Hello Hello Rasul Allah Rasool, Rohit al Mona felting. You also do not use wood do not use wood do on our own girls who do the

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when they are told come to what Allah has sent down and down to the messenger, you will see the hypocrites turn away from you completely.

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How can they be successful and guided after the intellect of know a lot?

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Hola Rahim Allah used a word a couple of times, several times actually as well as Tamia before, as well as the one person who use it a lot, who used a lot this term.

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The Yemeni scholars and Malini

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Imam Rahim Allah,

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Allah have mercy and all of them. They said something interesting about that. That'd be the beautiful innovations. He said the way we deal with the evidence from the Quran and Sunnah. They look at the evidence that goes against their opinions, their principles, their body, their way, okay? Against their shoe, their leaders, whatever it is, they have on the Quran, as a source of guidance, whenever the Quran and Sunnah goes against it, the deal with these verses, like when you have someone who basically rebel against to somebody like Penny, like when you have a thief coming into the house, you try to push them in any way possible to protect yourself from it isn't this

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different side, you use the word, which is basically like someone who's trying to harm you to try to protect them in any way possible

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from it. So that's how the universe defined anyway, just to make sure that it does not contradict what the establish

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that a book is, because that means the reference is not the front and center.

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The reference is the hub. The default is what you have established from your own, or whatever your arrive to your own city hat, or your share or your madhhab or polyester.

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That's what some of them said, in a hadith, or any verse that goes against Abu Hanifa, for example, said, this verse either obligated, even if I don't have a proof, it must be obligated, or it must be

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basically has another interpretation that what it seems to be, even if we don't know its interpretation, there is an interpretation, what is even if we didn't know it, but that is because it cannot contradict what our Imams said, and this heavy, if it is authentic, if it is a Hadith, it could be weak.

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And even if it's everything look check and look authentic, but that there's something in it to make it weak just because it goes against what and that's one of the also the incident one of the people who wrote the half

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man law forgive the Boosey

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famous or sorry

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that's that that sign of hypocrisy.

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When anything else became above what a lot is missing.

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So what about those who favor you know, also their logics,

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their principal principles

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and obviously, those who prefer their culture

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or their, the culture and they'd be living in

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and those who will adhere to the leaders, their political group,

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and ideologies.

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All of us is an end to reject the Iranian regime the true AUG is just like the hypocrites

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how can they be successful and guided off to the intellects and religion

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have been afflicted so truly unlikely is that they will be saved from the mayor and misguidance they are in. They have bought the boat disbelief at the expense of faith. And what trade is there as profit listeners this they've exchanged the choices sealed wine for blazing Fire.

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For K for either all four but whom mostly Bertram Bhima. remelted them at ad M some

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aka your leaf Joker, Joker, Jia Jia Jia Walker yeah live phone bill in our in Aradhana. Hill Senem work

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sir No, we're so fearful. How will how will be when a disaster strikes them because of what they have done. And then they come to you swearing by Allah. We desired nothing but good and Ricans reconciliation.

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So I'm reconciliation. That's all was we tried to reconsolidate between reality and Sharia between culture and Islam between modernity and and, you know, authenticity we try every time they recommend reconciliation, reconciliation.

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You know, it always comes this way. And the reality is, they tried to reconsolidate between what Allah says and what they say. What Allah ordain and what they desire

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yes

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the vileness of doubts and suspicion thing firmly to their hearts and they can find no way of absolution from them.

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Hola Ecole Latina yeah Lamelo Matthew Kulu via the violence the violence of doubts and suspiciously climbing firmly in their heart the way it's an Arabic written it's a different a little bit he said nationals who should I if he

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polo be him? He said

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that there's it's a

00:47:21--> 00:47:23

double metaphor he said

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the doubts

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are like as all your notes as all

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the comments the fruit and hellfire they said the doubt is like as boom

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climbing firmly and their hearts and heart

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so and him saying that these doubts like is a form of fire give you the indication that this kind of dark lead to find which evil

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colors in Allah Mala Matthew Kulu beam far are the unknown, but are already unknown what is whom will color whom fee Fujian golem Gollum, but Burley

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Allah knows what is in such people's hearts. So turn away from them and warn them and speak to them with words that take effect

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may take some prereqs I regression group, if you know that they so wrong, like That's why Allah Subhana Allah Allah says, Allah says, Turn away from them.

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But turning away from them, you might say hello Sturm completely, no, they still say warn them and speak to them with words that take effect why would they speak to them? Why would they give them reminder and admonition?

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Why don't they just ignore them and leave them

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and why he said ignore them and leave them then also isn't that contradicting kind of leaving them turn over them but still

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admonition them remind them tell them good trim great reminder.

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Cow can understand us. What Allah exactly one from us.

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Ignore what they are trying to establish, or what they're trying to practice, but still remind them to come back to the dean or to the truth. So why our duty one of our duties to ensure you know, try to guide as as many of us we can with one of our duties. So you good Allah is continuing to your duty. Fulfilled. Good. Excellent.

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Anybody else

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I can't read. So it's gonna be hard to stop them from influencing others. So have suicide. If you talk to them, they will know that you're aware of what they're doing. So that means maybe make them stop and hit the brake. And the know that you know what they're doing, and what you know who they are. You're not deceived by them. That's why you warn them, you advise them. Good point, what else

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I said something important, he said, That's our duty. Look what Allah says, Allah knows what's in their hearts. It's so corrupt. But yet we've been asked to give them doubt.

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Because it's our duty. We don't know what's in the hearts. We leave this to Allah, you do your role, you do your job.

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So even though they are so corrupt, or hypocrites, is telling give them down. And I'm saying this because sometimes I feel like we give up and giving down and we don't deal with people who so far away from goodness, or Islam, or even Muslims, but they're far away from the straight path. We didn't stop giving them down. We don't treat them like people who deserve our, we treat them like enemy.

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Like as if we're on a battlefield. We're not. We're living together, we're in civil society. We debate things, we talk to each other.

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Like sometimes even with this whole entire, you know, movement, like LGBT community, stuff like that, and things like this. Sometimes I feel like we forget, also that we should be giving now. It is not just about like fight and disagreement and, or no, but this tilde is $1 should be a sense of doubt to be given someone for example, who's far away from the hub, I still need to talk to them. And to remind them of Allah subhanaw taala I don't give hope and anyone

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give up hope in anyone.

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Anybody has another point in regards to this. There's a very good point in the version, I'll give you an outline on turn away from them.

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If you stay too close to hypocrites, you will be like them.

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Don't let

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that

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the feeling and the importance and the duty of giving them power and, and advising them and debating with them and talking to them and reminding them don't let that make you too close.

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Because that's going to affect you. So you keep your distance to protect yourself.

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Another thing

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I know they're not your main concern.

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But yet, you give advice yet you do your duty to them. That should not be the goal.

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Um, there's a difference between a warrior or what you're looking for someone to fight with someone to debate someone to.

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And someone who built

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build society, build community bring people together, focus on what will help people in this dunya and the AHA

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the word added turnover that is so powerful. It creates a balance in the relationship. If you add to them,

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remind them and talk to them. Good

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Hope that makes sense to

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me they perish, how distant they are from the reality of faith. And how false they came claim to conserve. Conserve cognisance, is, they are the one they are one thing and the followers of the messenger SallAllahu wasallam are something totally different.

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Allah mighty and magnificent, has taken an oath in his book upon himself, the greatness of which will be realized by those endowed with spiritual insight. Those whose hearts are fearful of him by way of magnification and and exaltation. Allah Exalted is He says, Warning his friends and alerting us to the state of these people.

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Follow Rob forward, follow or big lie you may know what your hotkey move. You had your HUD key muka FEMA Shojiro shelter have been home from Allah yet you do

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Some doo doo fi footsie 100 Jim Caldwell will you sell Lemo this sliema No buy your load they are not believers until they make you the judge in all the disputes the break out between them and then find no resistance within themselves to what you decide and submit themselves completely.

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You will find one I'm sure anybody not what Shudra means

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I mean, he translated check that out means break out a dispute that break out.

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But what Shudra comes from

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three three what's what's the conviction

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what what tree has to do with the break the dispute that breakout between them.

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So starts from a point and then it branches out into different different things.

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Yeah, because Shujaat tree is like this. And that was dispute is and the three break up comes up from the client. Same thing with the dispute comes out is not the default rules. But there is a dispute, it break out like the way that tree break out from that land.

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Also tree break out from a seed.

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And the dispute has a seed which is the doubts in the heart.

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It's a very powerful way of saying it very powerful.

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Yes.

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You will find one of them taking oaths before commencing his words, without anyone even objecting to what he says. Because he knows that the hearts of the believers do not find tranquility in what he says. Therefore, he uses the hose as a way of securing himself from any suspicions that may come his way. It is in the same way that people given given to doubts and misgivings like making oats in order to be quiet because while the listener into thinking they are telling the truth.

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Do a amen on

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it. Do Amen.

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For so do answerability

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in homes,

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can we Malou they made their own approach and bought and bought the way of Allah. What they have done is truly evil.

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May they perish, they embarked upon the journey across the Great White plane with the caravan of faith. Then seeing the length of the journey and how far it's this destination was made. That was made them turn on the heels and return. They think they have found a good life and they sit and they sleep comfortably in their beds. But neither in life have they really lived and neither in slumber Have they found any real benefit. It is not long till when a caller will give a single cry and they will all stand forth leaving their life behind SINGLE ONE SINGLE ONE SINGLE ONE SINGLE the single cry and they will work on that one. I mean cry as in like a scream I think for a shout.

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Yeah, it's better. You said a single call. Okay, I don't know.

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And they will all stand forth, living their life behind hungry not feeling any form of sick set ideation. What will this state be at the time of the meeting? They know they knew that then they rejected they saw the truth. Then they became blinded to it.

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The Licchavi N new some care for roofer Toby Isla who we for whom for whom that is because they have believed and returned to disbelief. So their hearts are sealed up and they cannot understand Understand.

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The best of Ben in physical appearance, the most enchanting of tongues, the nicest words, yet the most vile of hearts. They are

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Like propped up planks of wood devoid of fruit. They've been severed from the source of their growth and as such rests on a wall to keep it upright so that people do not walk over them.

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Were either at home, too, the book urges home with a Hulu Tessmer li Kohli him Cahen Shubho Musen Yes, una co la se hace de la him, whom will I do for the room for the LA Humala who and your phone when you see them, their outward form appeals to you. And if you if they speak to speak, you listen to what they say. But they are like propped up planks of wood. They, they imagine every cry to be against them. They are the enemy. So beware of them. Allah fight them, how they are perverted.

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Because that can look after the next is going to talk about the Salah. Good, just a quick comment on something that you mentioned. He said when the swear by Allah, they are upon the truth just to convince the believer and they put

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forth all these claim and use all these

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words Islamic words Islamic appearance, just to just to

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to claim that they are upon the truth.

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Let's just go back to a very old say that we have an English don't judge a book by its cover. You know, that's very, very true.

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That cover can deceive, you know, the look the wording, so don't just because somebody has a long beard or Obama on his head, but a title before his name, or a claim I'm Mujahid visa vie the law and the reality is a person who split corruption on earth, killing innocent people turning people away from religion. Somebody claimed that he is a revivalist and he is nothing but an innovator. Somebody that he claimed upon the Sunnah. Find a way to set up, okay, like I remember once a guy from England. I met him here in America. And he's claimed that he's to be upon the Salafi way. And the Salafi way Perea Khan and stuff like that, then he was mentioning something that

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I said, but this is not allowed in Islam. using bad language cursing people using bad language, that is not the right way of talking.

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Okay, then he told me, You know what, so and so from the tablet insert this about someone he said about someone, your cockroach.

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Like he mentioned someone like her, or like you're like a us like an animal. Like we'll say a pig, you know, stuff like

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this. And he mentioned that one of the setup came out and he slapped someone who has taught me that I have to be strong and stopping the middle is another question. Did the process ever refer to someone like a pig or a dog or an animal?

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Didn't need me so someone slap somebody in his face because he was saying something wrong.

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He even told us we're not allowed to slap someone in the face no matter what.

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It is not because you are a person who is from inside before you grow that beard. And before you know what the self is and Islam is and suddenly you were the thug and some

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hoods, you know, and again, or whatever you were, and you still monster from inside. You bring this to cover it and dress it with the Sundancer narration of a setup and stuff like that. Why I'm sending dress was not true, because the moment you confront things, who is your role model?

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Immediately a sincere believer said That's right.

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I will not leave the wave Mohamed Salah for though if anyone

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are the example of any other than the processor. I only would look at an example of practice of some who said that those columns are infallible or wrong model. The role model is what they all agree upon. And they didn't agree upon this kind of behavior.

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This kind of language, violence

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you see, that shows you that there is a level of hypocrisy when you call them to what the church to promote

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whatever corruption inside their hearts and mind they promoted by making it sounds like religious, they put that slap that label on it

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and be very careful

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what for me to be deceived by that let's always go back with follow up Allah and His Messenger Salallahu Salam, sir

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and

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there's also another

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observation. If you studies the sects and the deviant sects in Islam,

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you will find them are so good in the following area and that's something shifted Islam between me and mentioned. They said all al Qaeda are excellent in Arabic language

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are excellent and poetry

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and a good storytellers

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and good in history.

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But they are very weak in the Quran and Sunnah and Hadith and another Hadith and the Arthur Sahaba.

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And that's 100% true in the past, and in the modern days.

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You will find people bring you all this historical background and historical perspectives and blah, blah, blah, talk for hours about stories, and I'm very eloquent to making big words, but it comes deep into understanding what's the what's the MME said what's the chronometer and what's the Athol Sahaba that I believe you'll find the person very shallow nothing

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so that's something why because that's how you promote it's so hard

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to that's why the road is so long he gives you the example the so the road freight is very long

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I asked one someone I said

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in America why so many white people goes to Sufism

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I said I still wondering like most of the surveys like that will be Kim Sophia Muslim and became so obvious convert our white people

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why

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he has a theory

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he said

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because when you hear himself Caucasian white so he said to me interesting he said I don't know like this white black

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but just just telling you the story

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but it's an interesting observation

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that I have noticed. So this brother told me he said

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if you come from a background like mine for example, not all of whites the same thing. But definitely we're majority so we have this instant advantage in society especially if someone come from certain backgrounds certain areas certain family uns working class to like that.

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We have that feeling of you know, like the majority have that feeling of ownership and advancement

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when I became Muslim

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all my life my social status is here. When I became Muslim I go all the way back in the line

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I don't know Quran I don't know. Hadith I don't know Arabic I go way back in the line

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I see the line why I'm far away from these guys

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many of us not very good actually and adopting a new language and style so what still doesn't offer us that you didn't need to be in that long line

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some some movement and feelings to like all my heart through my Lord and that's it like a quick fix

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so a lot of us feel like it's a good because it put me on the top of the list right away

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advance me no time

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No need forever

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so regardless of I want to generalize this to all sofas but definitely that's existence organism assists in me

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eat

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many group of it not all of them

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so it's interesting like the point of saying what am said somebody will see this long road it's it's too much to go the not willing to go that far

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but you know what they missed

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they missed it in a slam.

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You don't have

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to reach the end of the road

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what's important is to die while you are on the road

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and if you understand that, you will not see that road very long.

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That makes sense to you.

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Now let's try to Allah keep us on the straight path until we meet him along Miami. Okay, sorry, we took 60 minutes over, but that's what two weeks haven't seen you guys I missed your last week.

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But if somebody has a quick quick quick comment, otherwise we'll call it for tonight

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okay,

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I guess not.

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No problem. So

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what