Yassir Fazaga – Black History Month

Yassir Fazaga
AI: Summary © The host discusses various promotional events and the importance of black people being informed of them. They also discuss struggles with violence and the negative impact of living in poor neighborhoods on black Americans. The importance of men as sources of power is emphasized, and a damshow is offered as an opportunity for students to invest with their money and receive a certificate. The program emphasizes the need for men to be informed of events and their contributions to the world.
AI: Transcript ©
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am to 7pm tomorrow in sha Allah, and it's gonna be held in the banquet hall. Over here at NYC. There is a promo code going around, they are asking people to register. But if you're not able to register just show up in sha Allah, the promo code is being spread and then you can sign up through the newsletter that we've been sending out. We've been sending text notifications, again, encouraging everybody to come out to that. And then on Sunday, we have our community brunch Sunday community brunch is gonna be happening from 11am to 2pm. And that's $15 per person. Humble is always a great gathering and that will also be happening in the scene Banco Hall

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashraf al anbiya wa l mursaleen Shaffir al Madani? Vino Habib Europe de la al Amin Muhammad in Salawat Robbie was salam ala early he also have a HIPAA up in a bar hearing in Alhamdulillah Muhammad who want to stay you know who want to start a funeral who want to study when are all the biller Himanshu Rudy, unforseen I will say your RT Arma Elena Mejia de la who fella model Allah woman yodeling Fela hottie Allah, wa shadow Allah Illa Allah Allahu la sharika one no Mohammed and sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Agda Hua rasuluh another actor in NASDAQ a hadith the Kitab Allah wa Hiren Howdy, howdy Muhammad in Salalah,

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Ali who seldom Sallam in the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Most Merciful. All praise is due to Allah with a witness that no one is worthy of worship but Allah And we bear witness that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is indeed his final messenger. The best of speech is a book of Allah. The best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. May Allah Subhana Allah make us amongst those who listen to the best of speech, the book of Allah and follow its commandments. And may Allah Subhana Allah make us amongst those who come to know the best of ways the way of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and make us amongst his followers. Allahumma Amin,

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Allah, Amin Allahumma, Amin

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Fionn we've had him aka The Hon use Allah Allahu alayhi wa salam ala Leo A Xena fo el cobre.

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On the day that the conquest of Makkah, remember the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was forced to leave Maccha and then after 10 years, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam comes back, but comes back fully in charge. Maccha is under his full control.

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It was time for Salah

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and the Prophet peace be upon him as Bilal to give the other man

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will get on the roof of the Kaaba. And he starts calling the ASEAN Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar,

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to the disappointment of the many elites of the locals in the city of Mecca, who happen to belong to a very prominent tribe named Quraysh. They were very offended. Not only Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam comes here victorious, but what do they say? Allah wa Jeddah Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Euro has a low rob you as the intervener instead of all the people Mohammed had to pick this Raven to call Salah

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because he bla bla was black. And he also happens to be a former slave. And the Prophet peace be upon him said beloved you get up there and you give the oven you call the prayers. And other people have not gotten so disappointed. This is insult to injury and they say, wait a minute, of all the people that he has around. He had to bleep to pick this black raven to call the salah upon us.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does not respond. But Allah subhanaw taala is

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Once you're a yoga nurse in the Hala canal comienza Korean War would you come to Ruben Wakaba Isla later our office in Chroma command de la here at car calm or mankind We have created you from a single pair of male and female, and we made you into different nations and tribes so that you may know one another not despise one another. And you ought to realize, in a Chroma, coma and Allah here at Arkham that the most honorable of you, in the estimation of Allah are those who are most God conscious amongst you,

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as a beautiful hottie to beautiful incident and a beautiful verse summarizing where we stand.

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Summarizing where we stand. See, this is this is Black History Month.

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And in Black History Month, the idea is that people have been deprived of telling their story.

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And when you are oppressed, one of the very first things that you lose is that you lose control over your narrative. You do not get to tell your story.

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And my retinas wide. One time he tells the story. He said I saw Abuja, Al Rifai, a prominent Companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mirandola him in law who said I saw him with a servant of his, and the servant was riding behind him. Ali got a visa. It also happened to be that the servant was wearing a gown that was similar to the gown that Abuja was wearing.

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Which is very strange. Why would you match with your servant?

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You match with your pant you match with your best buddy, you match with your parent, you match with your brother? Why would you match with your servant, especially about when, for example to another? So he said, I inquired about this. Why do you match with your servant? Who does this? Why would you match with your servant? You ought to be distinguished for call Akula is I'll tell you what happened. Sabtu Rauland. I had interviews Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. He said that once, during the time of the Prophet peace be upon him, sir Dr. Rajan, I taunted a man. I thought I was insulting him. I used to be on me.

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I have down to him using his mother, his mother, and I said yagna so

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I said, you son of a black woman.

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It's like this.

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It gets more culturally relevant. Using the N word in reference to his mother said you your mother is this. And I called him by that. And Fisher Kenny aw Salalah Halima, and the man took his complaint to the prophet of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said prophet of Allah. He said so and so called for an interview. So Allah Allah, the Prophet of Allah, he called me and he said, Yeah, about a year after me. He said, a boozer you have taunted the man using his mother. This is really what you have done in Cameroon, free Caja Haley. He said you are a man with remnants of ignorance in you. If one

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How will you come?

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We're in car left to move to your new home. Walter Remo whom we met at Cologne. What lb zoom? Me metal Besu. So he said the Prophet peace be upon him. rebuke me, scolded me. I said a boozer, you taunted the man using his mother said these are your brothers, and they are under your care. So do not overburden them with work. And if you do make sure that you help them and make sure that they eat of what you eat, and make sure that they are aware of what you wear. And that explains why my servant and I are wearing the same cloth.

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I am trying to make up and follow the advice of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Black History Month started back in 1926 as a * History Week,

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and they decided that let's have a week so that we speak about the contributions of black people in America. And they chose the month of February because it coincided with the birth

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State of Lincoln and the birthday of Frederick Douglass.

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See Something happens when people

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are no longer in charge of telling their story. Because remember that when, when black slaves were brought to America, three, three things happen to them

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uproot from their culture

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deprived of their identity. And then they had definitions imposed upon them,

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not because of their narrative, but definitions were imposed upon them.

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And like we said earlier, this is the first thing that the oppressor does to the oppressed. we deprive you of telling your story.

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And you see this clearly happening today. Palestinians don't get to tell their stories. That is why they're spending so much money taking an ad during the Superbowl, because they want to control the narrative.

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Paid $7 million

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that is over $200,000 per second, because it's very important that they tell their narrative, they control the narrative.

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Because controlling the narrative is powerful. When you get to tell your own story, and not allow you the others, tell your story.

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This is exactly what happened with black America.

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Randall Robinson visits Jamaica. Next to the mica is a small country called Haiti.

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Haiti is the first black country to get their independence in the Western Hemisphere. 1804.

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And the man who led the revolution, to sound love want

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French name? He said they asked the students that he said I was talking to a group of students. And I said, Who knows to sound love Ron.

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He said no student raise their hand to shine the front was the one that led the revolution that defeated Napoleon, because that's how the French lost Haiti. And that is how they had to sell Louisiana so that they can finance the war in Haiti. So to sum the flood is the one that defeated Napoleon. That's a big deal. He said I asked the students who here knows who to send Lavon is

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said nobody raised their hands. This is students, neighbouring country, all black students who knows to sound love want nobody knew.

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Then I asked the same student who knows the Snoop Dogg, all the students raise their hands.

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And that is what happens when you do not control your narrative.

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That's what happens. When you do not control your narrative, then somebody else gets to tell your story.

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And at that point, your story is not as good and it is not as appealing.

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And this is precisely what is happening.

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No Subhan Allah.

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What we want to do is we want to acknowledge that a great part of the freedoms that we enjoy today we enjoyed because of the civil liberty work that was done by the African American community.

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Be you have any type of minority, religious minority, ethnic minority Wallah here today our lives are better because of the civil liberty work that was done by black America.

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Woman law, Yash coroners, la escuela and he who does not appreciate what others have done, can never be expected to be grateful to Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Not only that, part of the narrative is your complete is always talking very negatively about black America. What happens is, many of these people enslaved they actually fought, they resisted. And amongst them were many Muslim slaves who actually resisted where you would see in autobiographies of supposedly slave owners who would say my slave did convert. He is m Hamerton. But I don't trust them. I'm very skeptical about their conversion.

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These slaves, give you a couple of examples.

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One of them is

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Biloela Mohammed Bin Ali Mohammed attempted to to to run away and he was he was caught. And when he was caught, they offered him. They offered him alcohol to calm him down. And he smells the alcohol. And he said, Allah, Muhammad Allah. That's not what I do. That's not what I do. I don't I don't participate. I don't participate in this. You have got people like Mr. Ebenezer aid. He lives here for over 15 years. In the process you will happen is that most of these people were forced to change their names.

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If you've ever watched roots, they'll be whipping. You know, what's your name, and names? Kinta contain no, your name is Toby and keep whooping until you give in and say okay, fine. My name is Toby.

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And what happened is, I might have been saved, is blessed with three daughters by living here. And what does he do? A way of wanting to guard your identity. He names his first daughter Fatima names his second daughter, Medina, and names his third daughter. Binta. Fatima is the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Medina is the city of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and Binta and Ben two are very common names in West Africa, which basically means my daughter or daughter.

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You have somebody like Bill Ali Mohamed Salah biller Lee, who was asked to write his autobiography. And he starts writing his autobiography. And I love this story. 13 pages all done in the Arabic language. The first three pages are nothing but Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Tabata Kalevi Beardy Hill mold, he resides surah number 67. In the Quran, Glory be to Allah in whose hands is the dominion of everything. Now, you know what's really interesting about this, he writes this autobiography,

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beginning with sortal malt in its entirety. 10 years after His baptism.

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They thought they had him converted. They thought they had him baptized. They asked him to write his autobiography. And he begins by praising Allah and writing the entirety of Surah Tillman

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fully cognizant

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of problems within African American community,

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Malcolm X, some, some that really nicely, he said, if you live in poor neighborhoods, you end up receiving poor education. And if you receive poor education, you will end up having a poor paying job. And when you have a poor paying job, you end up living in poor neighborhoods. If you live in poor neighborhoods, you end up getting poor education. He said, This is a very, very vicious cycle.

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What can save

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black America undoubtedly walhi Only Islam can save black America. In fact, Islam can save all of America, but specifically, black Islam can save black America.

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One thing that you hear over and over from, you know, young black men, man, the best thing that ever happened to me is I became a Muslim. I look around in my friends, they say they're either dead, or they are in jail. But Allah saved me. And I'm very grateful that Allah subhanaw taala has saved me.

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And What's lovely about this is that there is a sense of relatability when people say Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Imam, Jamil and so on, there is a sense of that relatability the sad part though, is we in the immigrant community, are disconnected from black America.

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And let me tell you, if we are in the Muslim community, want to have a future in this land, we must have a much better relationship with black America than we do right now. The best blessing that can happen to black America is Islam. In the Muslim community, I believe that the more black Muslims come in, the more blessed we become as a result.

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And I'm just Allah. Nobody gets offense to this. But if you look into 90% of misogyny, built by immigrants 90% of our masajid are built in middle class white America.

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how can you expect to have a relationship, a proper relationship? If that's the only relationship that we have

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and then when we go there, again with all due respect, you go there in the form of whatever be it honors of liquor stores, that can only make that problems in that community even worse. That is not what we want to be known for. That is not what we want to be known for. So in sha Allah, tomorrow, there is an uphill. One, you know, Memphis is such a dangerous city.

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Compared to many cities of the same size, like Detroit and other places. It said that the crime rates in these places is going down. The crime rates in Memphis are actually going higher and higher.

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The most dangerous city in the state of Tennessee is Dyersburg.

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The chances of the people there Dyersburg is only made up of about 16,000 people. But that place is so dangerous, that your chances of being a victim of some kind of crime is one in 13

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You know how crazy that is? One in 13

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in Memphis,

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it is also a problem.

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Free three four days ago, we lost one of our family of our community members, brother virus a shamefully May Allah Subhana Allah bless his soul Europa Allah mean, senseless killing 22 year old young man was killed in a shooting spree that was taking place.

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Last year they didn't call to the female button. Why not yet they will mock to Luffy Mahkota Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said there will be a time when so much killing is going to go on. Neither the killer knows why they are killing nor those who have been killed, know why they have been killed. senseless killing.

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So inshallah tomorrow we will be hosting a summit here. It's going to be the youth violence Summit. And there is something about young men no Subhanallah when you look into blood, you know we speak about Billa Radi Allahu Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not promise Bilal freedom. He did not promise him money. He did not promise him on none of that. But it was these oppressed people that found hope in what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught, and remember the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not promising any enriching enrichment in this in this life. But yet people found the message of Islam the message of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam to be appealing. And the fact that a summit like this is going to be held here at MIT tomorrow in sha Allah is very telling. Please attend. It is an all day long event from nine all the way to seven. But like I said, we can't have something like this and pretend that we care. But we never we never show up. May Allah subhanaw taala keep us safe. May Allah Subhana Allah keep our family safe Europa. Alameen Apolo Colorado, Rolla Hey, welcome First off in the world.

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Hamdu lillahi Wa Kafa salat wa salam ala Rasulillah. Mustafa, what I love and be reactive, please remember that in our deen black and white is really never the it's really never the problem. It is the value that we assign. Being black or being white is a matter of pigmentation. It's biology. But it is the value that we assign to what it means to be black and what it means to be white. And many times we can pretend that man I'm not racist, man. I mean, I am aware I am cognizant, but I'm not racist. One of the saddest statements is when you hear an African American brother who has been in our community for 25 years and says Sheriff, I have been a member in this community for over 20

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years. Not a single time have I been invited to anybody's house? My wife and I have never been invited to any of the houses of the people in the community. But then we can claim Oh, you know, we're not racist. We're not this we're not that. The point is, let us be more active in making sure that as individuals as well as a community that we reach out to these people, the month of Ramadan is upon us, may Allah Subhana Allah extend our lives to witness the month of Ramadan and inshallah who will be talking more about how to get ready for

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The month of Ramadan. After the hotline sha Allah we do have a quick appeal from a school that will resume in New Jersey. sha Allah just give the brother just a couple of minutes in sha Allah of your attention to do this. Our brothers and sisters in Russia and Rafa continued to suffer from the atrocities that are inflicted upon them by the Zionist thugs and fortunately paid for by our own tax money. May Allah Subhana Allah forgive us, may Allah Subhana Allah forgive us, may Allah forgive us Europa, Allah mean a malice hunt Allah ease their pain. May Allah Subhana Allah ease the pain of the people of Hosea Rajpal Alameen or wherever they need oppressed, may Allah Subhana Allah take care of

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those who are oppressing them. neuropil al Amin, may Allah subhanaw taala extend in our lives to witness the blessings of the month of Ramadan. If any of us or our loved ones are not doing well. melas can't Allah grant us a full and speedy recovery? If any of us or our loved ones are going through difficult times net loss pantalla ease our pain Allahumma Furlanetto lubaina was stolen Are you gonna renessa Tina are tough and I'm abroad. Robin Athena for dunya has an atom of Africa hasenhuttl mattina Agha not about Allah in the Lucha Mirabelle Advil so anyway, it will Korba when hanging fascia it will move on

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So may Allah halimun Hamidah

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So Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah stuff

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please insha Allah who registered on your way out your flyer is going to be your ticket for admission for the summit tomorrow.

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So I come. My name is Yousef, I'm here on behalf of Dr. Allume, New York, da Rome, New York. Basically prep students and it's

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not our loom is an Islamic nonprofit organization, where students spend 70 hours a day memorizing the Quran, and then they also have the island course where once once you graduate and you memorize the Quran, you're able to start studying the deen and the thicker the deal, right? So I'm here today to give you an opportunity to do something for yourself for this dunya and for the hereafter, right? Let's say you sponsor a student that's memorizing the Quran. By the way, if you're heading out, we do have brothers on both sides, the North Hall and the South Hall.

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If you want to make a donation, they do have the square if you have your credit card, you could make a donation. But if you do sponsor a half as of a Quran, the seven eight hours nine hours a day that he spent in memorizing Quran every single letter you're getting that same reward. So it's this is an investment with Allah subhanaw taala you could go and invest with a bank not talking about halal or haram but you know, different opportunities to invest your money. Well let's analyze Allah says this is an opportunity for you to invest with Allah subhanaw taala make business will Allah I know to Allah, a business that will never fail, right? He says yeah, you are the man who don't know Comala

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ninja wrote in to G comb, tune G comb me nada Ben Ali. Oh, those who believe Allah subhanaw taala speaking to us now, shall I tell you about a business that will save you from a painful punishment? To me noon I believe first you believe in Allah and Allah Allah and His messenger, what TJ he do and if he said be delay, be unwelcome, be

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full circle. And then you strive in the sake of Allah subhanaw taala with both yourself and with your money, right? Let's try that also says what Sadie Oh Illa team Mira become Weijun he says compete one another

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for the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala. And for a Jana ardua. Somewhere to a lot of for a Jana the width is as wide as the heavens and earth. Right. So this this really an opportunity for you to do something for this dunya and for the hereafter.

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The Prophet says though, that walmart.com Basilica, right, you have an opportunity to give a charity on behalf of the sequence. Also, if you have someone that is deceased, this is a perfect, perfect gift for them. Right? Once once we pass away that said, you cannot do good, you cannot do bad. But you could send a gift to them. Right? Also we're you know, we're right around the corner from Ramadan workshop and this is where the men are raised and are lifted to Allah subhanaw taala. Right. So please take an opportunity, I promise to share only two three minutes so I don't want to you know, take much of your time. But please do Allah he this is something for you. It's not for it's

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not gonna matter for anybody else, only benefits you, yourself, your family. And this is at the Giotto with Allah subhanaw taala. The last thing I'm going to mention is Allah science. Allah says, once the person passes away and sees now the virtues of their good deeds, right? He didn't say, call Rob Berger, oh, yeah, Allah sent me back. For what? Well, one idea is Ahmed salah, and so that I could do good. And another AI says, Let us also duck so that I could give charity once you see the virtue and the benefits and the reward of giving sadaqa right, you're like, may Allah we have the opportunity now. It's either use it before you lose that kind of thing. So now let's not Isla, give

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us a week to take, you know, take advantage of this opportunity and benefit ourselves in this dunya and in the hereafter. I'm sorry, I didn't say last thing I was going to mention one last thing I'm going to mention Allah subhanaw taala says meta, meta Latina Guna, Milan feasability like I'm Natalie hub, those that spend in the sake of Allah subhanaw taala

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Write that gift charity. It's like a seed that you plant. And then what is the result from one seed that you plant? What is the result? The result is you get a plant that gives you seven, seven ears. Each ear has 100 seeds. So seven times 100 That's 700. You plant one seed and in return you shall get 700 times the reward the return on investment from the original investment which was one seed, you get 700 times back. So that is the example of the one that gives silica for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala brothers sisters, as I mentioned, there's brothers on both sides. Please take advantage for yourself and do something for your for your dunya and for the hereafter was

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rahmatullahi wa barakato

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