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AI: Summary © The sermon from Alaysha feud discusses the best of speech, guidance, and the book of Allah. The conversation also touches on the importance of addressing mental health issues and avoiding negative behavior. The segment discusses various negative pride moments and negative experiences associated with autism, including physical behavior, social friendships, and family members. The segment also touches on the negative impact of the pandemic on children, particularly those with special needs, and offers information on a community engagement walk and parents with special needs. The conversation ends with a mention of a holy grail for parents with children with special needs.
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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Allahu Akbar all

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as you had the one Mohammad Rasool Allah or

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list on a routine Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Ashraful Ambia. It will appear a little more saline Shaffir al Muthanna. Vino Habib Euro bill al Amin, Muhammad in Salawat Rabi wa salam ala Allahu Allah, Allah He also had to help by you being a thought hearing in that hamdulillah the who who understand you know who want to start Pharaoh who want to study. We're not only bIllahi min SharonI on fusina I would say RTR Molina, mejor de la who for LA medulla OMA yield lil fella de la, WA shadow Allah, Allah illallah wa had the whole luxury calahonda Muhammad and sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are out to the whole world of solo. a mugger in the US

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Doppel Hadith he Kitab Allah wa Hiral Howdy, how do you Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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in the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Most Merciful. All praise is due to Allah. We bear witness that no one is worthy of worship but Allah, Allah 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 subhanaw taala 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 Allahumma Amin, Allah

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hum me, Amara rockmelon to the high with the Ebola la phenom and console Hello Anna. Which island Allahu Allahu wa er Milan MK Bolina Europa alameen and once again wishing each and every one of you are at Mobarak and may Allah Subhana Allah accept and make us amongst those who have been accepted during this month of Ramadan Europa Alameen. Ramadan can force the annual insanity at the Amalfi Kitab europei will help for your call. And then necrophilia, Ramadan Meenal Quran Mariela, necrophilia masiva Ramadan was an opportunity to reflect upon the Quran and it is a truth that cannot be ignored that the Tet Bensi is that we recite more Quran during Ramadan than any other time

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had a no limit animal market, Abdullah Al Amin gated a borehole a tab called wait for coffee. And it's nice that when we reflect when we read the book of Allah that we are reflecting and pondering and thinking about what it is that we are reading. Hold

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on. We're in Astrakhan Hadith, Allah every time any hottie that comes here, every single sermon is begins by saying an indeed the best of speech is the book of Allah.

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I will go ahead and do the best of speech is the book of Allah. So when we read the Quran, we have to read it as the best of speech, the most truthful of his speech, the most accurate of speech and the speech that guides to the best of ways minha

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honorable, Nigella Allah. Well, I have to sue for her um while accumulative out Hola Hola, como que Jana? What is the old country have Akuma hula hoop war, coulomb rufa. In one of these verses we see in Surah Nisa, verse number five, Allah Subhana Allah says, And do not entrust your wealth to those who are feeble minded, but rather provide for them, clothe them, and speak to them with splendid or it's good luck Subhan Allah gobble new Zune. How the hell

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can it Tamil, Ma Ma? Ma, the nifty Yin.

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Prior to the revelation of these verses, the way that people dealt with individuals who were mentally not doing well, was an absolute disaster.

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It was said that prior to this verse, and in many cases, that people who were mentally ill they were mentally ill because they were the recipients either of the work of the devil, or that God was upset with them. All we are who do magic 10 Habiba unit in woman tariki We had only government money

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the Quran documents such believes that when who would Alehissalaam came to his people inviting them to worship none but Allah, His people responding by saying that you have brought us no evidence. In fact, we only think that the only thing that we are able to think about you is that our gods must have done something to you. And why Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam can their image we'll call you Allah Zeno Zilla Allah. He's the crew in Nicola Majnoon. Oh, the recipient of vicar, the recipient of this Quran. We only think that you are a madman, you have gone insane.

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And do you know that Subhanallah Hitler, prior to him committing the holocaust against the Jews, you know, they the Jews were not the first people that Hitler targeted. It was the people who were mentally ill, people who were physically deformed. These were the first targets of the genocide that Hitler has committed. They're about a hora Avila Dean can feel was not our Liquin Murad Neff see Allah here. nfcu. Prior to this, there was a stigma that was taking place. That's a social stigma for any expression of any kind of mental illness. So the Quran comes and immediately with this, does the Quran say the Quran points out the obvious law to suffer a more local people, especially with

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certain kinds of mental illnesses, they may not be entrusted with financial transactions possible. Great. And then the Quran says however.

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Next what the Quran does is the establishment of neuro ethics when it comes to mental dealing.

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Why are we talking about this? Because this is April. On April is autism awareness month, had the shower shower, Robert Minnesota show her a real horror show how retiree if the man of the world would think about this, it is estimated at this point that one out of every 44 children in the US they are with autism.

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That is serious, malice hurt and protect all of our children Europa Alameen. But what we want to do is that we want to become better aware. And this is precisely what the Quran does. The Quran wants the readers of the Quran, make sure that you you know. So Allah Subhana Allah says not to suffer unwelcome people who are feeble minded that they ought not to be interested in carrying out financial transactions, do not burden them with that, and do not burden your own cells knowing that you cannot fully trust them. Do not burden them with that, do not burden yourself with that. So what do you do? What is your own fear?

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Provide for them also, close them, meaning the Quran says that make sure that you meet their physical needs, you must meet their physical needs.

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The political climate will kill them. What is the Omak Zuma

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can resettle in southern Italy N to N word and model than FC equal in huddle insert farmer who will help a rare yoke rod Minal McCann, because it used to be that people who have displayed any form of psychosis, they would literally be driven out of the land. People did not want them to be around, because they believe that what is going on is a punishment that this person is receiving from God. Not only that, but they say that the very first surgery that human beings have known is a process called Treasure nation, where they would literally make a hole in the skull of the individual to make way for the evil spirits to leave that person.

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And if the evil spirits do need, do not leave that person, then that person is a hopeless case and they must be ostracized. They must be cut off the job okay, good luck Allah, who worked at UConn Marine Corps marine Manasi. Tabata will work, they're happy, but somebody will

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Then the Quran comes in and says that may be the case with some people, but as a community, you are responsible don't drive them out. So what do you do? Presume provide for them? Zoom

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or close them? Roku long owl and Ma rofa And then it gets so beautiful where the Quran says, And when you speak to them, speak to them with splendid words. Now you can see Buckman no big known Muslim mitzvah him, Harlequin Enza. So the idea is not to disregard them crazy. They don't even know what I'm talking about knowing what the Quran says. And when you speak to them, speak to them with splendid words.

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Autism first started back in 1936 or Tizen. The idea of auto people wanting to be by themselves, three different characteristics or qualities or traits. Remember, autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder.

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Why do we say this neurodevelopmental disorder, because when you say it's neurodevelopmental, it has nothing to do is what mom did? Has nothing to do with what dad did.

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Why is this important? Because see, the tendency is

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to look at how well it already happened.

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The muscular

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or well matrac currently is an occult rollup as a way to follow when Uncle colonists await her mothers have a tendency to feel guilty, or what did I do? What did I do? What did I eat? What did I not do? What what just happened? How is this possibly be my fault?

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And that is why when the Quran says we're calling,

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speak to them with the splendid words, it can be either directly to the people who are having this situation or the surrounding. Pay attention to your words. Shuffle was Ma was not allowed her the Metallica Bill was 150 year old model the nifty letter Jenny Byrne, Jan Shockley was added HD Marie, when you speak about this notion of stigma. There is a stigma that impacts the individual. And then there is a social stigma that may impact them, or it may impact their parents and their families. A sister tells a story. She said I came to the masjid with my daughter who had Down syndrome. Kojak al masjid, now having Mongolia and you know that with Down syndrome, sometimes people have physical

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features facial features that you know, the child is with Down syndrome. You haven't had them unless you do bigoli Benteke Mongolia. Aki does the watch the economic

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said the woman saw me with my child. And she immediately said, Oh, are you married to your cousin?

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See what this assumes that this is really your fault. And we just want to see how big of a fault is it of yours.

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You want Mr. Robert Galois.

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And when you speak to them, speak to them with splendid words, speak to the parents with the splendid words, speak to the children with the splendid words speak to the people who are going through this with a splendid words that way,

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a Robert

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Murphy era, the rigid boundary for Allah, the tawassul, HD marry, or the Zim Otto, meaning the desire to be by yourself.

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What we see here as part of the characteristics of these people with autism, is that they have very restricted, very rigid and very limited social skills.

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They don't know how to communicate with people so that they don't want to, it was just something that was never developed. That may be the case. So when you see people, and the kid is always by themselves, the kid is always playing here and there. The kid is never part of a group. They don't just, you know, pretend Oh, this kid is weird. No, the kid is not weird. You are uninformed, misinformed. Or you are ill informed. Don't just go around passing judgments and throwing words here and there. Don't do that.

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I will

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speak with splendid words.

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Sometimes these kids developmentally remember that Autism is a spectrum. It's only about an Oakley off. Yeah, remarkable. It means a BB. When we say that it's a spectrum. It means that no two are alike. Some are high functioning, some are low functioning. Some have a severe case some have a mild case, and so on.

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Some may have difficulty with communication. Some may even be nonverbal.

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Bogman, Hula,

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hula and Dr. Alex tawassul, who

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Aston Villa is located here in Cologne. I remember one time when I think I've told this story before a brother come to me. And he said, Chef, and he was so excited. He said, Chef, you won't believe what happened today. He said, Today, my son spoke to me. And he said, a complete sentence.

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So what did your son say? His son was five years old. So for the first time you spoke a complete sentence, what did he say? He said, My son looked at me and he said, Good job.

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What do you mean? She said, My son always spoke in single words. Today is the first time that my son spoke towards that actually made sense. And he said, Good job. And he said, it was like music to my ears.

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Leave the hotbar brother comes to me after the whole band, he said, such as my son is 16 years old.

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I'm still waiting for the music.

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What do you mean? He said, I don't know what my son sounds like.

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My child has never uttered a word before. I don't know what my son sounds like.

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Oh, imagine you go to this father. Imagine you go to this mother. And somehow you're trying to blame them. Rob buck, you go look, whoa.

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Allah says, When you speak, speak with splendid words.

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Sometimes these skits, one of their qualities and traits is that there is a repetitive behavior.

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They may like to say a word more than once, flapping their hands. Sometimes they may even be hitting themselves. I remember there was a case, and this kid would hit his hit himself so hard, that he would actually cause concussion of how hard he hit himself. So the parents would put boxing gloves to lessen the impact, didn't work. They would put a helmet around his head to protect him from himself didn't work. They would have to restrain him and chain his hands so that he does not hit himself.

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But then somebody wants to come and ask the parent or what did you do for Allah to punish you this way?

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Cleany immoral. Wallahi Subhan Allah al Kitab Kitab Jameel lemon celebrity. The Quran is a beautiful book, when we apply it. So the Quran is telling us that we are not alike. And the Quran Subhanallah is so beautiful in making sure that we destroy this stigma. You know, when there is a stigma, when in which cultural was Ma was mortal ours was mostly or was made in America to Adela halogen, Joshua Yun, an insane liar.

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On a personal level, when we have this stigma, people do not seek help.

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They're under who will be murdered. Because they have attributed their own value to the sickness that to the sickness that they have. Will was marriage

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resume common.

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And on the other hand, when you have this social stigma is that people just socially withdrawn. They don't want to be around people, especially if they perceive people not to understand or that they have had a bad experience.

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Sister was come to the masjid.

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Her son had developmental delays.

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open her up with the

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cabbie roof. You had me. Look in holes on the roof, you're ugly. Now this child, he was big physically he was vague. But developmentally speaking, he had the cognitive abilities of a three year old

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sister brought her son to the masjid.

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And he's a three year old child. He's a big child, but he's three years old. She took him with her. And you know, to the sisters area because he is three years old.

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The sisters refused the presence of that kid with them. There is no way we are praying in the presence of this man. For what he had Wallahi Maharaja, he is three years old. Look at him. Look at the way he talks. Look at the way that he behaves. The sisters refused and she said that was the last time I ever came to the masjid.

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If they can have the hook that you chasing,

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if this is what it means, what it means to be religious man, we want nothing to do with this type of religiosity

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religiosity that is so cruel

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in what

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you can never be claimed to be religious and workman and simultaneously be cruel. The beans on Allahu Allah whistle all Jaya Mr. Phil Medina can be safe I don't feel uglier we'll get our hotties Lear will you go Jack Emre can be happy for don't fear alcohol. He said in Medina during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came a woman to the Prophet of Allah, and say that people knew that she said she was feeble minded she was she was not there. Grabbed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam I'm just I could be you 100 Ya rasool Allah, nd nd indica Hydra. So prophet of Allah wants you to do me a favor. So Allah Nabil sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fee au seeker kill Medina

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tissue at other

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is all these roads of Medina you just tell me where and I will be there?

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He's gonna

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see but minha Rafi for a while he said anywhere you want to meet with alpha Cabela nebulous Allah Allahu Allahu Allah, to Hadith where you will not see to have different or you know, Varanasi had Takata Allah hydrator so the prophet of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a woman came to him and she spoke to him, and the process is nothing until she was done she spoke whatever it is that you wanted to speak with, to the prophets, Allah Allah Allah, Allah, it MLG Allah have Surah Noor, she is it has a no

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laser Allah, Allah Muhammad, wa ala Jihad Raj, whether Allah Marie the heritage, whether physical heritage, and that will remember you

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there is no blame on the blind. There is no blame on the lame. There is no blame on those who are sick. There is no blame on you, that you eat of your own houses.

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When ill urges are Coleman Beatty, you will imagine how did you indeed that could have been better. Coleman Beatty. This he had essentially good luck Lisa Allah Muhammad, Allah Allah Allah Allah jihad, Wallah Allen Maria hula have geometric Quran theater did carry with her Raj. So the Quran says that there is no blame on the blind. There is no blame on the lame there is no blame on those who are sick. There is no blame on you, that you eat of your own houses beauty con beauty about

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our article, and then the Quran goes on to list different types of relationships.

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So, the band aid goalie mafia how to Jigna couldn't be better

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at elevate a book, but man How can we beat Abuja command? There is no blame on you that you eat off your house and or your father's or your mother's or your brother or your sister or your paternal maternal aunt uncle. And then you say of course there is none. All who had ill if he has DACA Do you who Yeah, you may not call.

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It said that there is a mission in this verse implied in the verse and that is all believers you are all the preference of one another. Because they say girl out Abuja Helia teta crisis mean and tackle Maha Hola. They said that pre Islamic era that people would not want to eat in the same banquet with somebody who was blind, somebody who's laying somebody was sick and they just did not want to be with them. So Allah subhanaw taala said, no, no, no, we don't. We don't do that. Believers don't do that. So now what's happening, addressing this idea of social stigma.

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When we stigmatize people like this, what we are telling them is to suffer in silence. When

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a gardener alleges II it it was more cause of that it wasn't HD Maria worker and an only nurse

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knew this

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and will be summed

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up sometimes you ask brothers and sisters, community members,

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you know that many times a chef I feel more comfortable taking my child to the public park than I do bring in my child to domesticate

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the bleach leash.

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Why would he or she feel more comfortable taking their child to the public park but not bring them to the masjid? Why do you do this sister looked at me and she said Sheriff because people in the public park are more understanding than the people in the masjid.

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That is sad.

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That is really sad. And by the way, all it takes is one individual

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That's all it takes one individual, they can ruin it for everybody else. All it takes is one individual.

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You don't want to be that individual.

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I don't want to be that. My sister does not want to be that individual.

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Let me some Allahu alayhi wa sallam. You start with Al Medina, Medina Kula.

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Look into how brilliant was Muhammad Sallallahu when the prophets Allah Salah would go out for an expedition, he would leave somebody in charge. Does he leave in charge, Abdullah Abdullah Al Maktoum, a blind man, he was in charge of Medina, in the absence of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And that is that is brilliant. That is brilliant. That is what we call accommodating. It's not out of pity, the man was capable. And that is what we want to see in our communities. May Allah Subhana Allah increases in understanding why Allah Subhana Allah grant us gentle of souls, a nicer spiritual Rabbil Alameen Apolo commonly harvested from Allah Allah Allah confessed of Rohingya one.

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hamdulillah Huka salatu salam ala Rasulillah, most of our alum and

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you know, one of these conversations, you know, when you have a conversation with a child with a parent who has a child with a special needs, you don't just listen to the challenges that they go through.

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But they say CF as a family, we've never come to the masjid before. As a family, we have never all attended the same event before. Because I have a special needs child. And constantly it's either myself or my wife that have to be with a child. So as a family, we have not done anything collectively before.

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But usually that doesn't bother me. Can I tell you what scares me most? This is not the mom or the dad talk and say

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I am not afraid of death.

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But you know what scares me most? What really scares me is what is going to happen to my child after I die.

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I do not know what will happen to my child after I love my child, I will take care of my child.

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I am just afraid of dying, leaving my child like this.

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And then somebody comes and wants to know why is Allah punishing you this way? Cuando

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Kulu today and of course our Wallah here at the honorable Illa hiball de la yum Can you confirm that you are sick? Yes, wala has died.

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I despise religiosity that is cruel, or well, why I despise it. Because it that is just not possible.

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Religiosity especially in our deen, it's supposed to make you softer, accommodating, nicer, gentler, more pleasant, not like not like this.

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And then finally, this is not all doom and gloom. Some of these kids who are with autism are absolutely brilliant. They have ability Subhan Allah are very, very admirable.

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And these parents will tell you, a part of it is a struggle. But Nancy, my child's smile this man just makes makes all the difference for me. We're not saying that, you know, to pity these people, we just want to come from a place where we are informed, and that we come from a place of a place of understanding. And I want to know all of our brothers and sisters, all the moms and the dads who are present here with us today. If you have a child with a special needs, Allah Who please believe me, well Allah who displays is absolutely open to you and open to your family. I remember one time a brother come to me and he

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said, I would love to bring my child but my child has ADHD, and sometimes the salah takes too long. I said on the day that you bring him, let me know. We will only recite so little fat.

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We will only recite Surah Al Fatiha and we will make our Salah very quick, what war to accommodate your child because we want your child to come to come to the masjid.

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So if the masjid if the Prophet sallahu wa Salam is willing to expedite the Salah, because the child is crying, man that means that maybe people are welcome.

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People are welcome. And that's what we want to be

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This place is an open place to all those who are around. We do have a beautiful initiative that is coming up a support group for all the brothers and sisters who have children with special needs. And sha Allah in one of our healthy Friday night programs in sha Allah. We will tell you more about this about this program Allahumma in the Capital One Kadima to Hibbeler for Farfan Allahumma forehead humble Muhammad Amin, one of the Scarborough McRobbie in Allah Muhammad Ghana, which prima donna Serrano, looked at. Well familiar about the otter salejaw Jelena Robinette Albertina in the context of mural Aleem autoguider Anya Molana in the context of our Rahim Robina Artina Fidelia hacer una

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sent me Allah who live in Hamidah

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Allah Allahu Akbar.

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Allah Allahu Akbar.

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Allahu Akbar.

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Allahu Akbar

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen It was wonderful to see all of you and more than this in for the Eid prayers and it festival Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen was wonderful day. We had large crowds both in eight prayers and eight festival and maybe more than 4000 Muslims in great festival Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen. It was wonderful MRC disburses days like that, where our youth generates a memorable, unforgettable experience rock climbing,

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face painting mashallah in a beautiful healthy environment and with relationships. So we want to let you know that mi si is open for you and your family. This is a house of Allah and every single one of you is welcome. So if you please help us spread that message, and welcome those with special needs those with our special needs those struggling to practice the face those who are new to the face. This is open to every single one of them. So please, we want to make this community a welcoming community and living the true example of the faith. So please utilize your center we're going to try to open it as much as we can indoors and outdoors as the summer is coming up. Bring the

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children on please please utilize and make your children and your family is connected to the masjid. This is we want this to be fully utilized. So just welcome Allah Hi, wa salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So I can so suburb which is our special needs parents support group is hosting an autism walk this Sunday at 10am is going to be at WC Johnson Park in Collierville. You can check the website for more info was out in our newsletter and on the WhatsApp notifications. So again, this Sunday, autism walk by suburb inshallah at 10am at WC Johnson Park, and in sha Allah as far as like our regular programs and summer programs, surely in the next few days in sha Allah will update the community as far as what we have in store for the rest of the summer. Does that go off?