Yusha Evans – Methodology Of Dawah – Part 2

Yusha Evans
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of staying out of home and disarming from an argument, being honest with one's views on Islam, following universal operating systems for Islam's success, protecting Islam and advancing evidence, acknowledging the potential harm of the system, and letting people know about the loss of power and the potential for conflict between Muslims and eighteenth century Muslims. They stress the need for acceptance and clarification of guidelines and principles, privacy in public settings, and protecting Islam while advancing evidence. They also acknowledge the potential harm of the system and make precautions for privacy in public settings.
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Now, we have about six more principles left in action curious to the to the inner child.

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But that's number four. Number four is one of my sincerely, sincerely important and highly advised principles, which is stay out of home, when this morning, take the air out of the argument. And

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now stay out of home or disarm and take the air out of the argument means that you know,

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when giving down, when you don't want to put yourself in a situation

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that is going to cause you any trouble. For instance, if someone comes to you aggressively, you know, and you can tell this person is going to be highly aggressive with you. And let's say you're alone by yourself as you in this person. And, you know, you might even get into the argument of trying to, you know, trying to debate with him at this point, it may just, you know, push them over the edge, you know, I mean, you can tell someone just so angry, they're, they're ready for a reason to get into an altercation with you, then maybe the wisest form of decision is to walk away from that, that encounter, or to take that encounter into a more public place. Like, if you're in an

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alleyway, you're on a side street, you know, just just walk with them out into the open, you know, to the public. And, you know, when I when I said when I talk about giving street dour, which is something that I hope the Muslims in Minnesota will get involved in, in the springtime, it's not a winter sport in Minnesota, I know that for sure. But,

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you know, I never tell anybody to go by themselves go in teams of two or three, you know, we're sisters, more than that. This is one big group. You know, just so that you make sure you don't have any problems or have any harm. But that's another thing

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is just to stay out of harm and disarm and, and take them out of the argument.

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Take the air out of their argument means whatever it is, they're coming with whatever fallacy you may find in them, you know, find a way to take their argument, like the aggression point, the way she used to deal with it was smiling with a man or being tolerant with him. Or if they're coming with this, you know, God is One in three person and just thing you don't know how to take the air out of that argument. Know how to deflate that argument of God is multiple, you know, they believe in polytheism know how to take the air out of the argument. This comes with having the knowledge and the principles of telehealth and so on and so forth, is being able to take the air out of the

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argument. And this received from the the Dow what

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we see from the Dow of the profits of the Law Center in the Dow the mini profits that have been talked about in the way they dealt with people, they would take the air out of their argument.

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Can you buy Tell me one great, amazing analogy that we find in the Koran of a prophet using a little bit of wisdom, and a little bit of logic, a little bit of tolerance and a little bit of hokum to take the air out of the argument of his people.

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He brought in Abraham did that very beautifully. When we see them, he had a, you know, his, even his father was one who was worshipping idols and was, you know,

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even one of the main guys, and they had this place where they used to worship in the temple, all of these items, and they have one big one, what do you do, he went in one night, and he took an axe to chop them all up, and place the axe on the bigger one. And then other people came the next day. He didn't really go directly it was more or less trying to provoke their thought when he went the next day. They were like, what happened to our gods? And we know the story, they went and they said, This young man is always speaking to us. I was like, What do you mean? And he said, and said, you know, why did you destroy our gods? You know, or who did this? or what have you? And he was said, and

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asked, Why don't you ask the big one? He's the only one left and he has, that's why you asked me? And then of course, their argument was, you know very well these things don't talk. And that was the brain to how would you worship something that cannot respond to you, nor can it even defend itself? Kind of God is this you see how Ebrahim took the air out of the argument, to their their argument, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did this very well, when she came

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to worship is a mecca. And we see many examples of this.

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With the companions of the Prophet SAW, providing,

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even some of the diagnostics took place between

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Omar and his father, yes, his mother and so on and so forth about the gods and that was a companion I can't remember the name, top of my head, but he's who's to say that, you know, after he accepted Islam, he saw the, the fallacy of their belief so much he say that we used to take dates in when they were traveling, they would make a God out of it. So they have some in worship, he said, but then if we get too hungry, we would just eat it. It also is like I can't, you know, realize that logical that was. So being able to take the air out of the argument and stay on top. Is is very important. And that comes through learning these principles.

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techniques of dealing with different groups. But the most important one is the last one. What does that say?

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Be honest, be honest, this is one of the greatest pitfalls

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of our generation. And I make this disclaimer very well known everywhere in the world, I've done this course, if someone wants to get involved in Delve, in order to become an apologist for Islam to always say that they're sorry about Islam, and they are apologizing for Islam, and to water Islam down and sugar coated in order to try to, you know, give it to the people, you know, kind of we do our kids who go to Walgreens and they give us a prescription, and they put a lot of syrup and cherry and flavors. So they'll take it, we try to do this with this land and give it to people. If you want to get involved with it for that, let them know that the positions are all filled. And we're not

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setting any applications at the moment. We don't mean because they're already too many people doing that. Too many people doing that. If you want to get into that, well, then get into it with the sincere intention, to be honest with wisdom, but to be honest with people and let people know the truth about Islam, because that's your only job to let them know the truth. Because someone who becomes an apologetic apologist for Islam, or someone who waters Islam down, has forgotten, apparently forgotten. That guidance only comes from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And if Allah does not want someone to be guided, I don't care how sweet tasting, you might try to make Islam seem if a lot

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does not want them to have guidance, they will not have guidance, this is the other overlook, and it cannot be changed very clearly have to understand this. So you tell them the truth. If Allah wants them to be guided, they will be guided, no matter how harsh that truth might be. And sometimes the truth is harsh to think that the truth is always sweet. and gentlemen kind isn't always like that. Sometimes the truth is a stark reality. And someone who has been in darkness for a very long time when you show them the light, sometimes the rough, but we do it with the most sincere intent with wisdom in order to tell people the truth. Now an example of this, I'll just give you an example,

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from from something that I experienced. I was once at a lecture, there was a university lecture was a very highly publicized University lecture. And

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I think it was in Cambridge, in the UK. But anyway,

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there was going to be a discussion panel and questions revolving around terrorism and Islamic related violence, extremism, and so on and so forth. And they invited me, and apparently some other factions within the organization and invited me realized, you know, that I'm not really keen on mixing the truth with anything else, I kind of try to tell it how it is. So they invited their own speaker as well. So there was two Islamic speakers, there's one Christian Jew, and there was two Islamic speakers.

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So when the questions were being put forward, they were being put in written format, and to whom they were addressed to. And I saw, you know, the brother who was getting the questions who was a,

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a proponent of chick fil a, and who's calling chef who then

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he saw a question to shift for that. And they said, What does shift mean? What the chef mean, because they called me a chef, and I was made it my sincerest intention, let them know they're not. So they asked him, What does the chef mean, if you are one? And then there was a question to me is what is the jihad in Islam? Because I was trying to explain to them that the Jihad that is put upon Muslims is not the jihadists. So that's what has to happen. So the other flag, took the questions and flipped them, and gave full and cheerful and the question about what they had and gave me the question about what to shift me. And was just crazy, because I would just said that I don't, I'm not

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ashamed to tell you what it is. But the Arabic word chef means old man means an elder means someone who is respected as an elder. That's all it means. And I'm not old enough to be a chef, and I don't have enough knowledge to be a chef. So I don't know. And chef lamb got up about his question about jihad, you know, talking the, you know, jihad is just, you know, a struggle within the soul to overcome evil in the physical Jihad was something that was for, you know, a time and people, but we're, we're beyond that time. Now. We're in the second phase of the profits layout, which is, you know, and I'm really trying to decide within myself, should I let chef blenders get away with me

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saying that, you know, or should I? I don't want to embarrass him, you know, I mean, I don't want to have to tell him, he's wrong in front of all these people. Until I saw the question. The person who wrote the question, I saw him shaking his head. I saw him going like this. He knew already that what the chef woman was saying was wrong, and was not a true representation of the question he asked. And so I had to say something I had to stop. She had told me

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Let's start with unfinished but said I wanted to add on I tried to be as nice as I could I wanted to add on, you know that this is a 10th of jihad but it is it is not the understood meaning. When we see that root word jihad in the Quran or we see the root word jihad in the Sunnah of the Prophet symbolized

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99% of these meanings are always speaking about a physical struggle against injustice. And this is the truth is that jihad in Islam, and it's understood since by the prophets of a sudden and his companions was a struggle, whether it be internally or externally, to establish justice on the earth, to make sure that the word of the Creator of all that exists becomes the supreme word, his law becomes the supreme law and his way of life becomes a supreme way of life, in order to better society, jihad is, has come into the earth in order to remove it from injustice, from oppression, from tyranny, from terrorism, from from violence, from abuse, from any form of evil, or sharp at

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all, Jihad has come to eradicate it and established justice on the earth, to see that all human beings get their due rights within the the the legislation given by the Creator, and that no one is treated unfairly unjustly, or, or anyone is able to Tyron eyes over another or loader of another due to their wealth, or their status, or their prominence or their family. This is what Islam came to establish that the right that the weak will be protected, and the poor will be protected, and that the original powerful will not overbear them, but will give them their due rights, all of these things are contained within the word, jihad, and under the root system of jihad, the struggle to see

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that this is correct. And I said that Now none of that is is is bad, anyone to say that these are bad goals to have for life. I mean, it's just illogical and irrational. And

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honestly, everyone clapped, everyone in the room claps all the non Muslims, because I said, What Jan was really about, and they got to see that what a Muslim believes in is jihad is not what is being put on the Muslims, according to the Western media ideology of jihad, because I said what they call jihad, we don't have any idea what it is, that actually is what Jihad has come to you medicate. So it's an oxymoron to say that that Muslim jihadist killed 20 innocent people, or blew up this building or took down this plate. So that's, that's, that's an oxymoron. Because Jihad has come to make sure that these things don't happen. to agree to eradicate the world of these things. That's

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terrorism entirely and oppression and murder, which Jihad has come to seek and into by any means necessary within the guidelines of Islamic law. So that's what I mean, by be honest, be honest with them, because then there wouldn't be such a taboo about these issues in these subjects. And every brother wouldn't be getting chased around by the FBI, just because he used the word jihad in his lecture, because you want people to understand what he's talking about within the context of meaning, that this is what it means. This is this is what it means to speak the truth to do right to establish justice, all of this. So we need to speak the truth and say the right thing. That Yes, the

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only way of life that the greater essence, to humanity, since the beginning of medicine, there has been no change to the system, there has been no change to the ideology, there's only been some revision in the methodology of applying the guidelines that God has sent. And that's, that's very clear, we understand that as Muslims, and it's always been the same way. And this is one thing

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that I've tried to convey

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in a way that people understand and is kind of like,

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like operating software for computers. Like let's say, I'm a Mac guy, so I'm on Mac software, what do they have, they came out with a Mac OSX you know, the, and then they had the the leopard, which was what 10.5 10.4. And then they came out with the snow leopard 10.5 and

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snow leopard 10.6 and then have come out with lion and all these things. I said, all of these things have changed. But the basic operating system has been the same. There's just been updates and revisions to the software to make it more compatible with what is relevant today. I said this is God's system of sending His guidance to humanity. It's always been the same type of system. But maybe the operating system has changed from time to time with a revision that is compatible to what people were dealing with and their time and what was more

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was more conducive to their environment. And then God decided when he chose to do so to send the universal operating system to you manage Islam as it is in our present state is the universal operating system. It does not need an update. It is not needed. It does not need a firmware update a software update. It does not need anything added or subtracted to

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It is a universal operating system. And it's not to say there's not other operating systems out there. There are other operating systems out there. But he's operating systems are flawed because they develop human beings because human beings development therefore full of holes and viruses and bugs and susceptible all kinds of things, but the system that God has sent, the final operating system of Islam and the Quran and Sunnah of the prophet SAW certain is a universally sound and stable operating system that if humanity would just use it as a framework, then it would solve their problems. I know that's a little bit techie jargon, but some people get a university students tend

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to get them and I always see it, you can always tell the it majors in the room.

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So be honest. Any questions about

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Yeah, I was gonna ask you. What's your opinion? Muslims? Should they put up with a tyranny government.

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When it comes to a tyrannical,

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tyrannical rule is

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first and foremost, this is a deep subject. Unfortunately, this, there's a lot of gray area around it, that has been placed upon it. But one beautiful thing that was stated by hospital bus Raheem momota, who was the man with the tablet he lived at the time of a great time. That's how I judge the news. Great time.

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He used to say that the ruler is always is a reflection of the interior of the people, that the ruler that Allah has appointed over you, is usually a reflection of the interior of the room, meaning that the insides of the Muslim hearts are corrupt, that Allah is going to give them corruptness without. And there was some people who came there's a very beautiful example. There was some people who came to hospital bustling during his time some youth and they asked him to they asked him to give them a fatwa to fight a judge to find a judge because he was killing Muslims. He was the appointment policeman, but he was killing Muslims. And you know what? What happened? The

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said no. He said, because if hijabs is a test, from a lot of you, then a test cannot be won except for by patience, and perseverance and dedication to all he said, and if this is a punishment from Allah upon you, for your disobedience to him, punishment cannot be removed by the sword. So he gave them no permission to do so he said, You will only bring harm to yourselves in the oma. And they rejected and they killed and they fought agile, what happened? I judge slaughtered every single one of them. And then hustle bustle he said that if only the youth would be patient, and dedicate themselves to a law, it would not be long before Allah would make for them away out as he's promised

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in his book, he said, but people are too quick to run to their zones. So Allah leave them to follow him. This

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was very, very clear, it's very beautiful as well. And it is true, because we keep saying that we want to get rid of these tyrannical rulers, when in reality, if we go back into history, which one thing that we've learned from history is that we've learned absolutely nothing from history, we go back into history, is this a nuance that there have been revolutions to get rid of tyrants anywhere in the world? No, this has happened even in our past. And what is usually almost always happened, we've always replaced one tyrannical ruler with another. And in many cases, even worse, we have gotten, we've gotten rid of one thing to replace it with another evil. And we have not learned that

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from our past. And that's very unfortunate.

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And the only good that can come out of any of this is if a true system of Islam is implemented behind it, then we might can some glimmer say that there was some benefit in this. But without that there is no benefit whatsoever. because too many people are getting harmed and killed is going to be too much fitness, there's gonna be too much confusion. And what's going to happen in the end is much of the same, much of the same. Because if we look around at the oma, we just have to be realistic, that a lot of them is not ready for just room. We're not ready for a just ruler. Because if we were to be given a just ruler, we would we would cease to have we would not cease to oppress them on a

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daily basis with all of our evils, they would get so fed up with us. And we would not deal with them justly, we would not deal with them righteously, and we would not deal with them correctly. So that's why I wasn't given it to us. Allah has given it to us, when we are ready and willing and benefit will be a benefit to humanity, then maybe Allah will give us an established place of rule again. But he will not give it to us to destroy the world. A lot will not put us in a position for us to just wreck everything. Let the non believers wreck the world. They have to answer to what they have done that we need to make ourselves ready to take a place of leadership because it's meant for

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the leadership of the world is meant for the for the pious and for the righteous but we are

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I wouldn't I wouldn't say look into the home as a whole now that we're absolutely ready for that, inshallah we should be getting ready for that maybe our children, the youth that are around us right now, maybe they can put the world in a better place to do that. They have the energy in the in the know how and the means and everything to do it. But you know, that's what I think about that. Realistically, what we're seeing happening is much of the same. And that's very unfortunate. Because otherwise

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the ruler, that tyrant would look ruler, he came from that culture, and from that society, you know, is it the society's good,

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or average should be good. Now, there is not a society's back or it should be bad, bad, bad rule is normally going to be bad. This is pretty much the way you see it anyway. But there is nothing wrong with you know, advising

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the ruler, there's nothing wrong with with advising, there's nothing wrong with admonishing them, there's nothing wrong with speaking against their evils. But when it comes to the point of causing a fitna, like it's been caused, it's going to cause Muslim lives to be lost and things of that nature, the orlimar

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consensus, I don't say that they are 100% in line because you do have those who are outside, but a lot of consensus that the greater benefit is to remain patient, and dedicate ourselves to above the crowd and ask Allah for a way out, and what about gives us the opportunity, then we take it on the way out. But, and a lot of a lot of that

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has been said that even if it is a non Muslim, who is terrorizing you, that if to rebel against them is going to cause great loss of life and harm to the Muslim population, that it is best just to remain patient. Because the greater benefit needs to be looked at. This is what Islam takes into perspective. And this is a problem when when we don't go to the scholars and the people of knowledge to get to get to get advice on these things. We just decide to do things on our own will make a really big mess. Unfortunately,

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we don't have to sit at any

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just comments about this, like what happened in Egypt? Because there was a big argument about this. Who can hack the cell like by so but when it goes marching or peaceful

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to take him off? So this is not matching? Because say Barclay said if you see me doing right handed to me if you see doing wrong, the correct correct me, for sure advise me there's nothing wrong. Yeah.

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But it's the point is we go we don't we haven't stopped there. You know, I mean, we just went way overboard with it. Yeah, also about jihad, the most of the verses about jihad, Jihad by man 70% of the Jihad on the Quran is mentioned by money, then there is military jihad, for sure. Even Allah says, to suffer to God don't be unguided for mercy, see, I'm

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giving a year of sustenance and love and then giving up.

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Even if you just associate for the ones that you had in the Quran, it's most of the verses coming.

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Yeah, but unfortunately, you know, what has happened with with a lot of

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people who have gone to the extremes with this ideology is that they have taken verses from the Koran and they have taken hundreds of the prophets, Allah cinnamon just removed them from their context and strung them together in a way that they can really, you know, really distract someone really, if you just sit there and listen to it over and over again. I mean, can really make you think you're doing the right thing? That's what happens to a lot of our youth, but they don't put these things back into context. You know, they don't they don't put them in a context. You know, and that's very unfortunate, which I had the same discussion with a good few good friend of mines in in

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Egypt and they would tell him, you know, the province of law I said him said that, hey, I think it was up to them the best asked him would there be a fitna?

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You know, he reminded him of when they were in Medina of how great ally bless them, he said, but would they ever come a fitna? Like the time of the fitna, which we

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saw before this meeting in Mecca and stuff like that, he said, Yes. And what would you suggest is the solution for it, he said, Miss if your score is going to be the solution for but taking that out of context and just pulling it into you know, 2010 without putting all the other parameters in places, this is not correct. And I love to do that. And so, we put it in its proper context for sure. Without a doubt, everything needs to be put in this proper, proper place. If the oma is at a place to where, you know, we know we have, what it takes to do what is right and be there be in leadership and also animal to Allah will facilitate that, because the profits of the loss in them

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also authentically said, I think this is

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the old that whenever a law wishes an end, he will create for me. Whenever love wishes and into something he wishes something to happen, he will create for the means to happen. So therefore allow facilitate for a miracle.

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Wait for you to see this.

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But that's a whole nother ball of wax altogether, we already know these things are going to come to pass the props on the wall. So instead, they're gonna come pass that during after me, there'll be The what? The righteous cadaver, which will, it'll stay around for that time, which allows ordained for it, which even gave an exact number at one point, which was exactly how it turned out. He said, Then after that, there will come one.

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After the after Nick 11, they'll come a monarchy, it'll be passed down from father to son will be passed down from father to son, he said that will stay around as long as law wishes. He said, then after that will come a kingdom will be kings King after King of the king. He said, and that will stay around for as long as the well wishes then allow, remove that. And after that, we'll come back to a righteous heaven. So I mean, it's going to come to an end. By its very nature, it's going to come to an end as a loss of power to ourselves, for every nation, there is a time and when that point of time is reached, they cannot delay it, nor extend it not one single minute, every nation

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had a time, some of the greatest tyrants of the world in the world, if you would have been living their time have never thought that they would ever come to an end. Everything had an ending, and any nation that has imposed upon His Messenger sallallahu wasallam, and harmed and made the oppressed the innocent and harmed the Muslims in many. And then they have always brought them in very quickly. So

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anything else about being honest. Any other questions?

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I mean, we just need to be clear about this to let the world know we're not here to destroy the world. I mean, that that is really a work ideology. If someone has the idea that we want to destroy the world, I mean, we must be out of our own eyes, we did not come alive has not given us this pure, pure, pure, beautiful Deen to use it to destroy anything. That's not the purpose, the purpose is to establish justice on earth and make our laws, religion Supreme, Are there times where that has to be done.

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By by, by, by getting involved in in struggles and awards. And of course, this is just logical for different for anyone to say that there will be no struggle and there will be no

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fights or wars or fitness. I mean, that's just illogical. That's especially if it's coming from the other side, because the greatest perpetrators of instrumenting this, but we have to see the reality behind it. And sometimes you have to get your hands dirty, in order to establish the truth and justice is never an easy, easy job. But somebody has to do it.

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Number five, reinforce agreed upon principles, reinforced agreed upon principles that was talking about the praise, correct praise I'm talking about, for instance, you know, if someone believes in Jesus Christ they believe in, in the Creator of the heavens and the earth, even though your God, my God might not be the same. We do have some principles that we agree upon, that we can build from this, though, okay, we agree upon this, because we only talk about our disagreements all the time. And we start with what we disagree on. And we're just going to have an argument that that's, that's very clear, we need to at least come to some things that we agree upon. And then we can branch out

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on the things we don't agree upon. Because yes, true. Indeed, in Christianity, there are very, very few differences. In our readings, there are a few differences, and I believe they're not as numerous as many people will think. But those few differences are huge. Those few differences are make it or break it major. When it comes to the issue of salvation. You see what I'm saying? Like the Meccans, Lucia keener on the results of the law, they had many beliefs, which were in congruence with Islam, they believed in Allah subhanahu wa taala, they believed he was the creator, if you ask that, if you ask them who said arraign from the heavens, they will say a lot. But they had this problem with

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associated partners. But that was so major, the losses unforgiveable. So even though there were few things, those things were major, and that was a really a big gap for them to come across. So we do need to come to that truth as well. There's not so many differences between us. But we do acknowledge that those differences are major, their points of salvation.

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So we reinforce the things that we agree upon any questions about this? Because we have about five more slides. And I want to get to the next five minutes. He said, he just said that

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he could have performed in Mecca, a the

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what was the big feature? The major thing was that they associated partners with a lot in worship. This was their problem. This is why they called them to leave in a lot with tough heat. This is the whole reason for

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that was the biggest problem for them was to make that statement to say Allah is ahead was that was like, you know, must have killed my whole family for us either. So that was a big problem for them.

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Number Six illustrate the signs of a BA through science. There's one beautiful thing about Islam is it comes with so many proofs that some of those proofs can be put in a test tube. Some of those proofs can be proven through Applied Sciences, known science is not theoretical science is not, you know, anything that is way out there jargon that we don't know what his theories is on, but applied known science, always, always will be in line with Islam. Because we know Islam is the truth, it is revealed by a lesson, I don't want that and who created all of these things within the scientific world that human beings are just figuring out, it's not like they're discovering anything, they're

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just coming to the realization of it. Normally, Islam came to the realization of that a long time ago. So we can use these things to show that this is a great

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miracle of Islam, a great miracle, the great miracle, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that can be put in a test to improve like the embryology of the Quran, which you know, is a very big thing, like the clouds and the mountains of the eye. And all of these different scientific facts that are in the Quran can be proven, this is something I can prove, without a shadow of a doubt, I can prove it to you, we own two eyes, you own five sensatori, your five senses. So this becomes a very big point to hit home with, especially when you're talking to atheists, science, and Islam, in how Islam is improved fluency with science and science and concurrency with Islam is a very good

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debate towards atheism, or someone who denies the existence or maybe doesn't know whether or not to believe in God, this is a big thing. And this is a problem that Islam has never had a stumbling block with. This was the major stumbling block of Christianity throughout the ages.

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If you don't know, when it comes to Catholicism, and the church and science, if you go back to all of those debates raising between the church and between scientists and philosophers and astrologers, I mean, they were Christianity and science would find itself a contradiction so much.

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But this is Islam does not have this problem. Islam does not find any contradiction with Applied Science with non science, there's nothing in Islam, that is contradictory to apply in science. And this is very beautiful. So you can illustrate the signs of a law

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through science. Also, you should be aware of and use the three messages of the the three message of the Quran, the first and foremost is to heed This is the major compendium of the Quran and stuff he talking about almost one is the second largest portion is talking about Africa, talking about the hereafter. And the third is talking, the third portion is talking about fossils. And under the stories of the prophets, these make up the majority of these three stories, the rest are, the smaller portion are the things like the rules and regulations, the you know, the the, the Hulu, the you know all of these different

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things are in the Quran, but they are a small portion of the major portion is to eat after emphasis of me.

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Because some people need to hear about the oneness of God, and that will bring them that will bring them in to hear this pure monotheism that Islam pulls forward. Some people may need to hear about Africa. And actually we're talking about in both ways, some people may need to hear about the rewards that a lot give to those who believe in him. That may entice some people, some people may need to hear the punishments that are waiting for them. Some people need to be scared into belief. And we see a lot of use these tools in the Quran. He makes you feel good about Jenna and and all of these things. And they also makes you very afraid of Hellfire and punishment, and so on and so

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forth. And this is also part of a Muslim, how we believe. And

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I'll even I'll be I'll even every thought in your mind, put it into three good categories. And it also goes well with non Muslims. He said, some Muslims worship a love, like the worship of a slave, which is the lowest form of worship, he said, but it's praiseworthy worship, and it will take you in general, what is the worship of the slave,

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out of fear of the master.

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The slave does what the master wants out of fear, out of fear of punishment, and some people need that they need to be freed into punishing, so that's the worship of the slave. He said, then you have the worship of a free person. a free person does things out of their desire for reward. They do things out of desire for reward. This is the worship of free person, they want to earn genuine. And there's nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with worshiping the Lord just because you want to go to gentlemen, because it was promised that it shows your desires believe in the law, and what He has promised you and your yearning for it. He said then there's the highest pillar of belief

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and that's the belief, or that's the worship of love, that someone worships a lot just out of sincere love for him, not caring about any reward and not fearing or worrying about any punishments. This is the person that worships a lot and loves a lot so much that even if a lot more to throw them into the Hellfire they would still worship them.

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Even if Why would I throw them in the deepest, darkest pits of

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They would still wish for loss of patent on what they're owed. And if Allah gave them the highest price agenda, it would not distract them from wanting to worship Allah, even if they it was promised to them on this earth. Do you see that? See the difference within this. So some people need this as well, they need to be warned, they need to be told about the benefits. And the stories of the prophets were very well, because when we see the stories of the prophets in the Quran, usually a lot tells us about how the prophets dealt with their people, and the analogies they used, so on and so forth. This is what we see. And this is beautiful examples to be used. Because the best arguments

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were given by the prophets, the best arguments for the hour were given by the prophets. And there is a book, I cannot remember for the life of me the author's name, Australian member in doing so, it's called the methodology of the prophets when giving down and calling others to Allah subhanho wa Taala. I forget the name of the author, but it goes through all the stories of the prophets, dealing with their people, the examples of the prophets, dealing with people getting down and the analogy they use and the stories they told, it's a very beautiful book, I'll try to find the author for you posted on my website. But it's a beautiful book.

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Number eight, and we're almost done. Show the fallacy of other concepts and give the Islamic principle in perspective of the proposition. So you show people the fallacy of their their arguments and the fallacy of their way of life. And then you give the Islamic

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principle in perspective, you show them how flawed what they have is, and then you give this perspective for Islam, you just don't tell them how flawed they are leaving them, or you're going to * and this and that, then you walk away.

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Because you just ruin them. They don't have any way out now.

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And you've left them depressed. So you give them the Islamic perspective and proposition which Islam has the answer and as the proposition and the perspective that we can eat, when it comes to applause, worship, when it comes to dealings, when it comes to anything in society, Islam has a proposition that is better than anything else. And we know that the Islamic institutions that Allah has given us would solve our problems personally, and socially. inshallah, so we need to give them that perspective. And that proposition, to show them how great the Islamic system is. And this is something that we really need to be on the front about right now. Very particularly, is Yes,

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I see a lot of people, or inexperienced people wanting to invite people to Islam, and

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after they accept it, they're left.

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So what is the responsibility of a person that is inviting another person, that when they accepted it, to stay with them, because

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you're obviously when you

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change your skill level,

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you have a lot of sorting out to do.

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Sure, that's, that's a big problem of people.

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That could take I could take half an hour, just very briefly, is people who come to Islam who are left, you know, and not taking care of, a lot of them leave Islam. And that's an unfortunate fact is that, you know, we lose over half, if not more of the new reverse that we get every year into Islam, they leave within the first three years, because they're not taken care of. Nobody tries to integrate them into the Islamic community, nor tries to help them to show them the right way.

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And what I've tried to establish, and every match to that could and it might go on here, I know building blocks, and does this is the support system, which is when someone accepts Islam someone gets assigned to them in the person that brought them in, or someone else who has the capability of training and the Muslim should be assigned to them. And there should be people who fulfill this role every day to be a die doesn't mean you have to stand on street corners every day. I mean, that's there. So it's such a broad field that there are so many positions within it that everyone has their place you know, some people can can be just trained to train new Muslims. So when new Muslims they

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enter Islam they train them and give them the proper foundation. So that after that the only way they leave Islam is if they decide leaves them I was fine with either removes guidance from them. So there does need to be some support system for them to be buddied up with someone who will take care of that's that's how I think we can nip that in the bud

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when it comes to given the Islamic solution. This is something that Muslims and do art should be on the proactive side of now because realistically what they're you know, they're coming up every few months you see them come up with a new idea

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about why we should be afraid of Muslims and why you should be afraid of Islam. It's always something new. And and one of the things that are coming to the forefront now is the Islamic system itself. The Islamic system

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When they use the word shedding of light, we like to throw that word around that it surely is uncommon, oh my god, they're gonna destroy us, they're gonna kill us in, in all of these things. So they're trying to make people fear, the Islamic system itself, you know, we're starting to see. And even though this is, you know, brings a lot of harm, but I'm very actually glad to have the ladder, the real issue is starting to come to the front, the real issue is really starting to come to the front that the problem they have is with Islam itself and the entire system of Islam to do with terrorism or extremist or that that's, that's all a side issue. But once that's been played out

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enough, now, realistically, they have to, okay, people are starting to forget about this, and they're starting this is there's been so many 100 million Muslims, you know, putting the information out there, that this is not the case that this light is being shown that extremism and Islam is not really the biggest threat in the world. So now they're coming to Okay, let's we got to go to the root of the problem. It is Islam itself is the problem, the system itself is a provocation he has come to America is going to do this and that the other Oh, my God, you know, we need to go ahead and get on the forefront of this. And there's like, I think seven states now that have passed on, within

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within the state Congress and State Senate, you know, to ban Sharia law from being practiced. And this and and the other.

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You know, we need to be upfront about the fact that the system of Islam, the Sharia would do nothing but bring benefits to the world. And we have to we can have no whims about this, that system of Islam would do nothing but be good for you. It would be good for you, it would not be good for me, it would be good for you as well, it would bring about the much needed change, that the world really, really, really, really, really needs. And we need to be clear about that. Because I've seen too many Muslims falter and lose their religion of this Muslims running around. Oh, you guys want to bring Sharia law? No, we don't want Sharia.

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That's a statement that if one doesn't know, at least, to say that I don't want to live under the system of Islam. I mean, why don't you go be one of them? We have to be clear about this that yes, Muslims do want to live under Islamic system. But that is because it brings the much needed justice and all of the things that we talked about to the world, and for Muslims to be ashamed of that fact is is horrible. But they're trying to make this word taboo. And they're trying to make this ideology so taboo, that Muslims will not even promote that amongst themselves. And we need to be very clear about that we do stem from living under an Islamic system. Yes, we do. We here living in the West,

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and we do the best that we can under the system that we were in to do what is right before God, what would we like to live under the Islamic system? Yes to it. And if there was a model to show to the world right now, they would see that very well. And unfortunately, there is no model. There is no perfect model of Islam. anywhere in the world everywhere has its issues, the only model that we can really show to the world now is that is beautiful. In its most beautiful sentences really the Medina night model that was practiced under the guidance of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam in India and how he established a just society. There are issues of that being replicated through the

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righteous cadenza, and even through some of the contemporary history a few 100 years ago, we see that in a you know, okay sense but if you were to go to a perfect sense, and we have to show them the Medina nine model, this is the, this social, economic, political, religious personal system that was established by the prophet of Allah subhanho wa Taala account just it was, but we don't know that ourselves. So we don't really have the opportunity to convey that to people. But we should, we should very, very well do that. And it was it was so beautiful. And you see the realities of that, like there was one

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interview that was done. I forget the the the Arabic channel he was on, but there was some Christians in in, there's a family in Jerusalem that are Christians, but they have somehow gotten

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and they are in possession of the letter that was given by Omar even to the Christians of the agreement that was made between Omar and the Christians of Jerusalem, they still contain that letter. And they were on TV promoting that we wish we wish this agreement could be could be lived up to we wish the Muslims would come in and fulfill this agreement.

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Which one of the agreements I don't want to go to the extent of what is this agreement?

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Yeah, no, Christian this was

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a Christian of Egypt in the Christian Yeah, he made trees around the world. But there was was a Christian on TV stating that he wished the, you know, the he was even kind of bashing the Muslims. like where are you at? You know, I mean, upholding This is an agreement made to us by your Amir, you know, I mean, you're not you're not upholding it.

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He was very adamant, though, that one of the agreements that Omar made was that no Jew would ever live in Jerusalem would ever be allowed into the cities of Jerusalem.

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But anyway, we should be letting them know these agreements show the agreements, the professor boss immediately made with the Jews and the Christians of Medina when he first entered into it, I mean this, we need to show them these things, and let them know that this is Islam. I don't know what you're trying to make people think is Islam. But it's not it's not a snap whatsoever.

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Any questions?

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We need to be on the forefront of defending? Yes. Yeah. This is

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science. Science is the truth about the nature.

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I absolutely agree with you. We just said it was the sixth point.

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He said that.

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And Islam itself is part of the truth.

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So Islam and sciences,

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for sure.

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I mean, we just need to be very forward with that, you know, very clear about that issue with wisdom and good information, you know, so we can see the light for these arguments. And this Muslims getting getting upset about this whole argument of go back where you came from, we just need to, you know, forget that because it's pure ignorance. Because they don't, they're showing how ignorant they are. The more they open their mouths and more, they're showing that you're telling Muslims to go back when they came from when the majority population of Muslims in America is rapidly becoming indigenous Muslims, second, third generation Muslims revert Muslim. So I mean, basically, where do

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they want you to go back to, you know, I mean, this is, this is just something that we need to let the world know that they're going to have to come to terms with because Islam is going to continue to grow. And we're going to end up in happening majority of the world statistically. So I mean, this is, this is something they're trying to deal with, but they're dealing with it very, very long manner. So we need to let them know that.

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Now how our approach people got two more slides, and we're done. Number one that was through manners and behavior, which this is very well known that if we show the beautiful example of Islam to the world, then people will be more apt to to accept Islam, I don't want to tell you how many reverts, I know that there are good brothers and sisters that say, I am really glad I knew about Islam, before I met Muslims.

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I'm really glad I knew a lot about Islam before I met too many Muslims, because I would have left Islam because of Muslims. And there are many people who have left Islam, because of Muslims and the way we've acted, we've turned many people away from this name, and also Islam, through our management behavior. We need to become the example ourselves. You know, like the statement that Gandhi you know, very well put forward, Be the change you want to see in the world, be that change, if you are telling people that Islam has the solutions, and is the most beautiful way of life, but yet you are, you are a mess. Your characters are garbage, your life is a rank, your fan is a mess. I

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mean, what you need to take your own advice first, maybe you need to look in the mirror and accept some of that goodness and peace and tranquility and justice for yourself. First, we need to be showing the righteous example that that no matter what kind of, you know, turmoil, we're going under, I'm not very happy because I'm gonna have the right pure way of life, you know, nothing is really going to upset me about that. And we'll leave that few things with you and a few advices number two, having a discussion with a friend or partner attending phenomenons to hear, we used to do this all the time when I lived in New York.

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And we did this and I got some brothers doing this in London, now I can relax.

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We would get on the subway. Me and a brother would get on the subway. And we would assign a few brothers to ride the subway all day long. And what they would do is they would get on the subway and start talking about Islam to each other but loud enough so that people around could hear us the Muslims wouldn't that's something we shy away from

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people on the train. No, no, we talk about Islam talk about the beauty of Islam and the general principles of Islam. You know, things that are going on and how Islam deals with them. You every trust me, and especially if you get on a plane train like this. Oh, yeah, everybody's listening and everybody's watching every single thing you say. And that's what you want. That's going to be something that is good.

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The brothers in London I have I have I have made them make an agreement that they're going to record everything. You know that somebody is recording all these conversations just in case something happens later. They said this in this

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video we said just to make sure that all grounds are covered. We're not idiots in this either. But this has been very effective. Number three, performing acts of worship and public prayer at the airport. There was one person one lady I know who accepted Islam just off of three brothers praying in the airport. She said she was sitting in the airport and she saw three men big beams Adams. They kept looking at their watches. And she said one of them looked at the watch and he looked at the other two and he said it's time and they both they all three got up walked

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The math, she says she was freaking out, you know, not long after 911 you know, she was looking for TSA, she was looking for the police. You know, I mean, these guys are crazy. She said they all came back, and one stood in front of the other two, and they began to pray. And she couldn't get that out of her mind on all the way home and she went home and researched about us. And then when she found out about a snap, she accepted the religion, you know, so you never know, foot in the sink. And I'm sure quite a few of your foot in the sink. You know what I mean by foot the same right? Making will do in public. So my walks into that you feel the same? You know, I mean, this becomes an

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opportunity, you know, for you to get out some.

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I remember when it was telling me and university who said he was doing that, you know, what the sinks and they came in and you know, he went a little bit overboard. I think he said it was a little too aggressive without wanting to tell them by the slab and the person is freaked out, ran away screaming out the door, I don't hear anything by you crazy Muslims. And then someone came out of the bathroom and said they wanted to know, someone came out of the stall and said they want to know he gave them down except it's not. So you never know, you know, having pictures of the top on your screensaver at your at your desk, at work or in your cubicle or having an Islamic calendar or

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anything that's going to attract people and make people want to question so on and so forth. You know, all of these things, bring opportunities for you. Number four, leaving pamphlets on train buses, or seats, bus stations, doorsteps, hotel rooms, doctor's office, this is what I think the brothers doing the subway is they keep pamphlets with them. And whenever they get up, they leave a pamphlet on their seat, leave a pamphlet or they just leave it on the seat. You get up with your pencil and see why. Because the next person that comes in sits down, what do they have to do, they have to pick that up before they can sell. And people are too curious. They're going to look at what

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they see sitting on this seat. So it becomes an opportunity to give out some people was getting angry and said Oh, cars litter, people throw them away, oh, people are gonna throw that away anyway, they don't want them. But at least you make sure you know what's going to get into someone saying who's gonna pick it up and look at it. So this is a trick we use leaving pamphlets and bus stations, doorsteps, hotel rooms, doctor's offices, bumper stickers work very good as well.

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Next one, direct approaches, if you have a data table, this is a direct approach in street down.

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The approach is very straightforward, very direct, what is the purpose of life etc. And you have to learn how to do street out very direct. Number three, in an elevator or store, how what are the ways to strike up a conversation sometimes you have a very limited amount of time to give someone some down, you may be in a line in a grocery store, you may be in an elevator with someone, you may be on an escalator with someone, you have a very limited time. So that's what the next section is talking about is how to take advantage of some of this direct compensation and role playing and so on and so forth. If your time is limited, if you have a lot of time, so on and so forth. Number four,

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the name game, like using the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala just explaining the word of Allah, just explaining the word Allah is one of the great tools that I've really liked to use. There are three words that I like to ask people to let me explain. And these become such a beautiful tool for now. The first one is let me explain to you what alone means. And I wish I could go through that whole render with you we're out of time, maybe inshallah Allah Next time, I'll come back, we'll go through that whole rhetoric. Number two, Islam. I like to explain the word Islam what it means what it connotes what it implies. And then number three Muslim, what does the word Muslim mean? What does

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it imply? What is it kind of, because these three things together, just explaining these words becomes a very beautiful

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way to give that by asking people do you know what the word Muslim means? Do you know what it means to be Muslim? Do you know what the word of law that Muslims used me to? Do? You know what Islam itself? Do you even know what the word means? So this kind of gives you a good opening, to tell them about Islam and and extensive fashion. Now, the last and most important part, most important part is finished the sale, make the invitation, close the deal. I like to say close the deal, make the invitation and he changed it close the deal. Make the invitation what do I mean by that? Simply ask him, ask them to accept Islam. asking them to become a Muslim is what that means. Because if you are

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giving down to someone, it means inviting or calling them to tawheed. If I just tell someone about Islam, and don't ask them to believe and I have not given them now, I have disseminated information. I have disseminated information, I've given them a lecture, I have not given them an invitation. So you have to ask them. Even if you only spend a few minutes with someone and tell them just about all just about Islam or just about Muslims, you should at least ask them to accept Islam. Who are you to say that they won't accept Islam based on that little bit of information? How many people have accepted Islam on smaller information that you can give to someone in two minutes. There are people

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who have accepted Islam very, very small amounts of information. If a loved one some guidance or something, give it to them. So you ask them and if they rejected that point, then you give them the open invitation to get more information. If you want more information, go to this website. Take this pamphlet.

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Get in touch with me. Here's my contact. No, I mean, you leave that door open when you've left them asking them. So you've done your job. Would you like to accept this lamp? And this was something the Prophet softball had even said them did. Direct down when he sent letters to the kings of the world, his letters were short and sweet.

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And within those letters was the invitation, accept Islam, accept Islam, and Allah will reward you.

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This was always in his letters to people to accept this matter, even if his letter was only a paragraph in within that contain the invitation to accept, accept Islam, it is your viewer benefit. What was this data for? Like I had a lot of them, say like, I want to have success, very clear and very. And I've learned this lesson the hard way. And I finished with this, I was once at a conference. And

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my lecture was on

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the the the call of all the prophets, which was to tie the call of all the prophets and messengers of God to the oneness of the law. I mean, this is this is pristine. For me, this is what I like to do is exactly getting to the point I want to talk about. And there was a guy in the front row nodding his head, I mean, he wasn't he was a guest. But you could tell he was he was loving everything I said. And then I finished my lecture and I sat down,

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I finished my lecture, and I sat down, and another brother got up. And he started talking about how easy it is to accept this. Now, this is what he was talking about how easy it is to become a Muslim. He was from the 877 wasteland hotline, how easy it is become a Muslim. At that point, I saw the guy get up, come to the stage and asked to be a Muslim. And when we talked to him afterward, he told me he's like, you know, I was in agreement with everything you said, not wanting to be a Muslim, and just didn't know how, you know, I didn't know how easy it was or whatnot, I realized how big of a mistake I had made. If it were not for that other brother, you may have left not accepting this now.

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So you have to make the invitation, you have to ask them to accept this, then if they don't accept Islam, and you've done your job, then you can rest. Knowing that you have done your best to deliver the message, that's all we're here to do, is to deliver a message to humanity to worship Allah alone, and to submit to His authority, OBEY Him and to try to avoid disobeying him. And that will bring us success in this life in the next. That is our clear goal. Whatever happens beyond that is not in our control. Beyond that, it is not in our capacity. If Allah guides people, we're not in control of that, if he does not guide people, we're not in control of that. Even if hardship comes

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to you, because of this call, you are not in control of that. And it will not be

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saying that I have thrown myself an instruction that's not wise, no, because you are doing something which Allah has commanded you to do. Therefore, if some harm befalls you, because of that, then know that it was women will cover a colossal panel to Allah and it is good for you. This, this is the appeal of a Muslim, that we believe in the power of the law, the good and the bad of it, and we accept it with contentment, this is what we have to do. That's like saying that, if I make a law, if I make a law that I'm going to,

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I can't pray and bend down too much because you know, my knees are gonna get bad and it's been a problem. So I make that excuse, you know, that make us a loss is a hardship for me, if I do this bending so much, I have arthritis, I'm gonna break my legs and all this and that, that is not free from the excuse. You know, I mean, if you fall down and break your leg, it was for me that it wasn't because of this a lot you were doing what Allah subhanho wa Taala told you to do this the same way that you do what you were told to do, everything else is left in the hands of philosophy.

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And this was very beautifully stated. And I'm with this, I finished with one of the greatest dairy

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that of a few centuries ago who most of the drought of the day a lot of the normal day are taking a lot of his information and using it as tools towards dow was Jefferson anything near shape whatsoever, Nam everything. Water Allah did so much in his life, the food, the cause of Islam, and the for the cause of purifying the world from ignorance and misinformation about Allah subhanho wa Taala. And he suffered greatly because he suffered immensely because of it. And even his arguments towards the Christians and the Jews. I mean, it's, it's just amazing if you read some of his arguments, and

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he was jailed in prison on many occasions and eventually died in prison. And when he was told, when he was being taken in front of the mirror at one point in his life, he was told, look, if you keep doing what you're doing, they're either gonna, there's only three things in the amount of money, they're gonna expel you from the land. They're gonna imprison you for the rest of your life, or they're gonna kill you. So you need to quit what you're doing. He said, Look, let me tell you something,

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is I am doing my obedience and my servitude to Allah Subhana Allah and he when it comes to servitude, being a good slave for Allah. He codifies science on that almost he said if they

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Tell me from the land, he said is what

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he said as he drew this Hinderer from. And it gives me time to contemplate the creation of a loss. And that's good for me. He said, if they imprison me for the rest of my life, he said, it's one

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ticket. That's my ticket in the gap is what spending alone time with a loss of animal with our allies. And that's good for me. He said, and if they kill me, then that is for me, Martin, and I get to meet the one who I love so much. And that's good for me. He said, so any of the three outcomes is going to be good for me. And in the end, I know Allah is only going to give me good because I'm doing my job. And what he told me it was so beautiful that Muslim scholars have coined this so much. He said, a very beautiful ideology. Within a few words, he said, genetti, my paradise feasibly is in my breast. He said, my paradise isn't my breast. So really, there's nothing that can harm me in this

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life, because I've already experienced gender here. And he even said that those who do not experience gender in this life, do not expect to experience gender in the next life. Because gender in this life is being content with the condition on less texture and main content with whatever Allah has given you. Whatever situation law has placed you in, and whatever conditional lies allowed you to be in your content with that, that's real paradise on this earth. And he had that. And we see that from his example. So we need to try to get just a little drop of that, you know that Yeah, there may be opposition against Islam and the Dow so and so forth. But that only lets us know that

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they're doing the right thing. shavonne is not opposed to anything, which is not a benefit to humanity, anything that is a benefit to humanity, and definitely bringing them towards the worship of Allah Subhana. Allah known, he's going to be on the forefront opposition for them. And we see that is very, very crucial, we should know that we're doing the right thing. If we're left alone to do as we wish that we should question we should question What's going on? And what's happening. If it becomes too easy for us, we should really question it. Because I'm also fine with the only test those who pose any questions as an ending, and we're done for today. Yeah.

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We are the ones who will guide

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you the message, the guidance from Allah.

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Any other questions?

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The point when you said,

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you have a brother stock in the

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subway, trains and stuff. What do they talk about? Is it obvious? Or is it obvious?

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is it like?

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I mean, they like tactful, you gotta be tactful, you know? I mean, yeah, but just striking up a conversation. Like, oh, you know, I was reading in this, let me tell you something, you know, I was reading in this book today, you know, we're talking about, you know, almost the creator of all that exists in being one, you know, and that relates to how the universe is created, you know, in the creation goes in a, in a one defined manner, all the physical laws and all the metaphysical laws and all the universal laws in one, and how, you know, just just striking up conversations like that are even more simplistic conversations. Like, you know, I was, I was being taught in a class today, what

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Islam really is about, you know, and start taught telling them, you know, that Islam is is conjoined with this word, and that word, you know, but they realistically look like they're talking to each other. And they might be sharing, having a good conversation with each other by saying it in a way that can be heard by other people.

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But an attack

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has to be tactful. That's why it has to be role played. Nobody can do it if they don't role play. If you don't want to play it's gonna look

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like you really.

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Any other questions?

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So, I look forward to seeing you guys again, keep looking at goddess TV or Islamic television station is getting better and better by date we have established a studio here in Minneapolis we've also established a very professional studio in New York City in Manhattan, which is wild and one so much more back and forth. And so we're going to have some new guidance TV shows coming up very soon inshallah Don,

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in If not, they can get a special settlement for the globe cast. But anyone with a with a satellite that can additionally for it's not on Dish Network it's on it's on free to air, the frequency for it. If somebody wants to tune their satellite they have into that frequency is on if you go to guidance.tv the frequency is there for you how to get the satellite from globe cast is there if you want to get their satellite, it's only one time fee. You pay 300 something dollars, or $300 plus an install, however much it costs to have installed and it's free after that point or someone has a Saturday was a challenge. Yes. With other channels or if someone else has a satellite that

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That is able to receive free to air signal, then the frequency is on there. someone knows how to turn it on the music video maybe. Yeah, the new building shadow. We're going to set up a studio additional lights. But yeah, it's going on. And also you can get these landmarks which I've talked about this. That's what I have

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