Yusuf Chambers – A Balanced Society

Yusuf Chambers
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of balancing life and society, planting trees, and promoting social policies. They stress the need for individuals to establish a "part of the" society and plant trees, as well as promoting social policies and bringing gifts and support to neighbors. The success of Islam in promoting social and political stability is highlighted, along with the importance of restoring balance and harmony in society. The segment also emphasizes the need for individuals to consider their health and balance in society, as it is crucial to reestablish peace and love of Islam to Britain.
AI: Transcript ©
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hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah we stopped by praising Allah, bestowing Peace and blessings upon the Beloved Prophet Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Every time you mentioned that Salalah alayhi wa sallam, you get rewarded. So if you don't say you just missed out in the rewards, so that's the first thing as salam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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in the mercy and the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala be upon the entire gathering.

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Just a correction, I'm not great, anything but great.

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And I am a person who has been struggling with myself, and with my nerves, trying to establish balance in that little equation. I'm also a person who has been trying to establish a balance in society,

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balance in society, meaning that if a person wishes to go about their daily lives, seeking benefits, they should be balanced.

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You say you find many business people in our own community?

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They got no time for the question, no time for this a lot. But they're busy earning copious amounts of money, buying houses, buying cars, buying jewelry for their wives, and so on and so forth.

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But then when you ask them, can you support the doubt? They say what is now I don't even know what doubt is, first, you have to give it out to them, then you got to go into support the dollar, you see. So we've lost the balance in society, actually, Britain 100 years ago had a lot more balance. The family was important.

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You know, if you look at the number of families in sort of the early night before industrialization, most of the families they live in extended networks. Now 40% of Londoners live on their own, it lost the balance. You say?

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If you ask the people, do you believe in a god? Do you have a religion? Most of them will answer. Not sure. Okay. They don't actually say no. They say I'm not really sure what religion I'm from. I'm not really, really sure about you know, whether a god exists. I'm not really sure about heaven and *, I'm not really sure about where I'm going and what my purpose is in this world. But if I called them tomorrow,

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eight o'clock tomorrow morning, let's go on a journey.

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The first question they will ask me as well. But I say you're on a big journey. And you haven't asked the big question. The big question is, what are you doing on this journey?

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So you lost your balance,

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have no balance. You have no understanding of what your existence is about. How can you be useful to anyone? How can you be useful to yourself?

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In fact, that is madness.

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That is a definition of madness when you do something and you don't realize why you're doing it or what you're doing it for.

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So we have

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as very

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big challenge living as part of British society today

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we Muslims have an amazingly important role to play.

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You see and we had a smile and Mashallah brother Farooq, mentioning we need to be part of mainstream society, we need to be part of grassroots society before we get part of that society. We're not even part of the grassroots, you know, a grassroots Britain.

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We think we are.

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Because we have our center, we have a mother. So we have, you know, we have a small youth clubs, you know, we seem to be partaking in society. But actually, we're looking mostly at our Sri Lankan society right now, right? Isn't it true, we introverted? We're not extrovert. Imagine the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Imagine this, that he was introverted.

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They did not give the how

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would we be in the room today?

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Would we?

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So, just purely on the basis of this, we cannot be introverted. We have to be extroverts. We have to be part of the grass roots. And we have to form the grassroots we should be the ones who

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make the grassroots movements happen in this society, regardless of race, color, cultural groups, race, color, cultural creed, we should be the ones who are the motivators, the innovators, not the beta, not from beta, we don't want to innovate in matters of the religion, but we should be innovators in science. We should be innovators in social policy, we should be involved in local politics.

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You see, we shouldn't be involved in creating economic systems and solutions for people who have poverty, people

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who don't have jobs that don't have training, we should be the ones who are leading in these areas.

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We shouldn't be waiting for others to come to teach our children, we should be teaching other people's children.

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You see.

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So in a way, if we want to have balance, we want to have balance, and we want to have a society because it's so easy to say, I want to abandon society. We want to have balance, then, first of all, we've got to work in our own houses and our own streets. So everyone today,

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you made a pact, you made a resolution, no new year's resolution as comes later. When you make a resolution, that you're going to make such an effort just to change your streets. And 1000 people they admit and they go for it, they do it. And they start to champion ideas. And they knock on the neighbor's door, all of the neighbors, they knock on the doors, and said we just want to have a meeting. So you hire a hole, you call them and you say, look, we've got some ideas about how we can make this society this part of the society better. So we're going to plant lots of trees, there's no trees, we're going to get rid of the graffiti, we're going to get rid of that we're going to get rid

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of the chewing gum on the on the dog's stuff, you know,

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dogs toilets, yeah, get rid of that. And we're going to make sure that this is a crime free zone.

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Do you think that these people they won't accept Islam after you've done all of that?

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Do you think these people they're not gonna love you?

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And what they love from you they love is from Islam.

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Right? So we have, first of all, when we're working to establish this balance in society balance within ourselves balanced within our families, and then it should be and this is from the Manhattan the solid, that they would establish from the house and then the neighbors and then the street and the neighbor and the understanding of the neighbor.

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Houses Bates, this one, this side and this side and this side and behind you.

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So now how now you can see now if you have 1000 individuals taking 40 houses this side and this side, that's 80 houses. Just look at that. How much is that? worth? 1000 times 80 What is it

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80,000 right 80,000 houses, let's say within one year, we have a project one year, or one year project to hit 80,000 houses. How many? Did it take? about twice the number of people in this room?

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Is it difficult?

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Can it be done?

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Should it be done?

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Can it be and will it be done? Will it be done?

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You see, this is why you're here. You're here to listen to a speech by me, really, we're here to talk to each other, and work out a plan so that next year, you can report on what actually happened in your streets up and down the country, in slow. in Leicester, in East ham, in Westham in Birmingham.

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All over the place, I want you to bring solutions to your society, to your community, to your neighbors, to your house.

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Guess what happens? When you bring a solution for your neighbors? It's a solution for yourself, right? Because you know, you got right. I don't know how many of you are listening or listening here are living next door to not Muslims, non Muslims. Put your hands up.

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Right? Imagine no one put their hands up today. mentioned the question, man, no one Put your hands up?

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Will it be a solution for you?

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Put your hands up if that's true solution for you that there's not Muslims behind that actually Muslims living next door to you. Why? Because of the action of your own house. Because of the things that you bought in the society which benefited them and benefited you, it becomes a benefit you from you, because your neighbors have become Muslims became your allies. They become your friends. They became the people that look after your children.

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They're the ones who return the favors and also sending you gifts. They are the one reminding you go let's go and pray admins. Oh, sorry. Let's go and pray together that does tomorrow. I'll take you. I'll look after your kids you go.

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You see the difference?

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So we

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understand that balance

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is about obtaining the mid points. So when you have a pendulum, see a pendulum, it swings out to the extremes to the extreme left and the extreme rights.

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And when it comes through the midpoints seemingly if you look at an old clock, an old grandfather clock you know, you see the pendulum it swings through any sort of dwells at the midpoint.

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It stays at the midpoint seemingly Have you ever wondered is anyone seen a pendulum o'clock? You see it like goes through the midpoint and it seems that well.

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This midpoint Merton was at here this is the midpoint of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was referring to to say this is the best of my alma

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Hira, the best.

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And Santa. This is the point where when you reach that point,

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you feel at peace

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with your neighbors, because you spread Islam to them. You knock on their door

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and be honest. If you don't knock on their door, you feel bad, right?

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You feel bad.

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Especially you know that they've got problems and you haven't knocked on their door. You haven't tried to persuade them to listen to you to talk to them.

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To just deal with them. Even just say hi, don't talk about Islam.

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My advice is don't talk about Islam for the first five six times. Knock on the door his gift. How are you? How's your wife? How's the pet dog? How's the cat? How was your holiday last week? How's the football team doing? How's the rugby team doing? If you're living you know, Lester's rugby, right? Get to know your rugby, gets to know your football even if you hate football or rugby, get to know it so you can go and knock on the door of the neighbor and talk to them.

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I'm telling you, really? If you learn to do these things, you will restore the balance and the harmony right now they think Hmm, right guy next door doesn't love me. It doesn't care about me. He did. All he wants to do is go and meet his verlangen buddies. I need Curry's curry mansion

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about is when when the cricket is on, they don't care as long as Sri Lanka is playing their watch. But if England's playing out of here, man,

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you know, like one day I was walking in a mosque

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in the north of England

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See, this? Little Pakistani boy came to me and said,

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what are you doing?

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out here?

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I said, What?

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Is it? No? See? We don't watch it Jesus here. Allah.

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I say, look, I tell you what, thank you very much for your advice. Where's your mom and dad,

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I need to have some words with them.

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They're not here. Now, of course, I knew that.

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There in the marketplace, there was no concern for you, and no concern for the society. But this is a real disease. It's an epidemic of this type of thing that we see in our society is changing, Muslims are changing.

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Now, what is he saying? And this is a change is about a restoring balance. So in the Quran, he mentions that the beautiful verse of the Quran

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I will not change the condition of the people

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until they change the condition of themselves.

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You see?

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So what we are doing with sitting in our houses sitting in our centers, realizing center watching the cricket

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Robertson, what was the great cricket player?

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Malinga with the one with the

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great hair strange style. Yeah. kind of breaks all the rules. Yeah.

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Still good, though.

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It gives ranking He's great.

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He's polling the polls and you're watching and everything's great. And next door neighbor's not feeling well.

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whatsoever. Not Allah will not change the condition of you. Because you are doing evil and sin and you're leaving the neighbors and you know that they're in trouble. Because you know, for example, that if he's not Muslim, and he dies in this situation, you understand very, very, very much so that that person is going to be burnt and burnt and then his skin will be replaced, and he will be burnt, and his skin will rise and he will be burned over and over and Sam for an eternity.

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And you're watching the cricket.

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You are eating your curry. And you're talking single E's you're talking with your your pals and your buddies.

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And you didn't invite them even just to watch the cricket with.

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So you can explain to them bit by bit. Why? You know his bowling action is a bit crooked. But Islam is not cricket. You say it's cricket but I can we can restore the balance. We can bring balance in harmony to our neighbors and the neighbors of the neighbors of the neighbors. They will teach me see this is the great thing.

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The best network marketing system ever is Islam.

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best product for mankind Islam worship, I know you guys are running it.

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You guys are right. Yo, would you give your curry shop? Who's Who runs a fast food business? If the numbers the hands up, and there's a miracle

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I thought that was the only miracle.

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believable? Are you telling me there is no no one of you that runs a fast food business.

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Sisters sisters, you must be running fast food businesses. You can see the size of these guys bellies in the front.

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Come on, someone's going to be running a fast food business. Right? Okay, let me tell you

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imagine you have this brilliant curry shop, right? Best fish, you know, very moochie minchie. I know that's what you eat, right? Lots and lots and lots of chilies. And everyone's happy with it. And it's great. Now that that guy, he's about half a mile down the road from you. My son, by the way

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is running is a competitor.

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So one day he says to you let me

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run your business for you.

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What would you answer?

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You let him run your business?

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This competition for you is going to run your business.

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Would you let anyone run your business in that condition? No. 105% you will never let that person run your business Not in a million years.

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Guess what?

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who's running the shop window to teach people about Islam?

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Have a go to shake Google tonight, you know, on his master's degree in Islamic Studies. You know, you go in your type Muslim.

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familiar term, Muslim? Yeah. What comes up first?

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Is anyone got smartphone with them? Now do it with your smartphone right? Now put Muslims Islam core and Mohammed sallallahu, alayhi wasallam put any of those titles, but any of them. I guarantee you, those other people, your competitors that are running your shop window for the best product for you the thing that you live for that thing that you live for? They are running your shop window.

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Google will tell you, BBC, is that that top of the agenda? Yo, BBC, British breed company.

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We're running it. Or maybe you might find the guardian. Oh, yes. Left wing quite good, actually. And then I'm going to tell the truth, right.

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What about Channel Four dispatches that will be up there as well. All that what about the daily mon? The Daily Mail?

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there? Am I getting the message across to you guys? Who is running the shop window for this Dean? Who is running the shop window for the dalla who's giving

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it down?

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Who is it?

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Who is

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the media? Who are the media?

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Who knows?

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Jews nasrani Jews, Christians, atheists, secularists, modernists, politicians economic smile, law, everyone but the Muslims run in the dour.

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You see?

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And then we say let us restore some balance in society. We know because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to do it. So we're gonna do it. We're just gonna let everyone else do the work for us. And we just can't pretend we're gonna do it. And we're not really going to do it. But let's talk about it. Because Talk is cheap.

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Talk is incredibly cheap. You can talk I was at bt Talk is cheap, isn't it? One of the best ratlines Talk is cheap, man. Even they they meet it.

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We got to stop talking. We got to start walking.

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Talk. Yeah, talk as much as you walk. Difficult means I've got to put one foot in front of the other. I got to walk. I've got to move.

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I've got to start an organization on my street.

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This just visit the 14 yesterday was the 14th Yeah. Last time 15.

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Two days ago was the 14th. Right. So what happens some brothers Mashallah, they came to us with an idea of an IRA. They said, well look.

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Yeah, you know, this kind of

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blood thing going on?

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blood, blood brothers, you know, they said, well,

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international blood day, on the 14th of June. But then you know, next year,

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I put that in your diary for next year, anyone who can give blood gonna make it the most

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efficient, effective day in history in sha Allah next year in the UK for collecting Muslims collecting blood to save humanity. You can save a life equivalent to saving the whole of humanity. Yeah. Now, don't just talk about the IRA. Do the IRA. Do what the IRS is telling you.

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Talk about it anymore. Enough is enough tipping point reached, we must have been telling each other and I massage it. And I'm Adonis and all in the television stations in Islam channel and peace TV and watch TV and Jihad TV and all of these different is not really the message is not sunk in

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because Talk is cheap.

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Stop talking and start walking. You want to restore balance in your society. You want to restore balance in your mind. You want to feel you want to go to sleep at night and feel Wow, I really fulfill, fulfill today.

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I supported my neighbors, I helped someone in the hospital, I cleaned up the streets.

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I helped some of the children to learn something they didn't know.

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Britain needs the doers, not the talkers. British society needs the doers and not the talkers. It needs the thinkers and the doers, the thinkers and the doers. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a thinker,

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was a thinker.

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And he said he prophesized

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towards the end of the days, Islam will enter upon every house, and Islam will enter upon every house, even if the house is made of hair.

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And he said that it will either honor or dishonor the household meaning that there will be a Muslim in every household.

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He had a vision, when he was breaking the rocks at hundo. In the in the Battle of the trench, he was breaking the rock.

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And the sparks were flying off the rock. And in each spot, he said, I see a vision of the Muslims entering this palace, the balance is of Persia,

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of bison type

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of Christian Europe,

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we should have the vision that we can just have a vision for our streets, for our neighbors, and for our locality.

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Is it too much to ask brothers and sisters?

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This Ramadan

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is coming up in a few days, a few weeks time, we have the best opportunity ever to stop this from slip. Right? Right. I want this to be led from this organization

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that we want to challenge everyone that is a delegate in this conference for the last two days to do something really amazing. And Ramadan. Number one, I'm not gonna ask you too much. Invite your non Muslim neighbor, if it's not neighbor, number one, it might be number 20.

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Number 15. Number 21. Number 786. I know you guys like that number.

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Don't get into this stuff.

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If one practice is his lab,

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balance is established.

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Balance is established.

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A group of people came Ayesha rhodiola. While she mentioned that a group came to us and said, Oh, we have some groups of people there they slaughter their meat. And we don't think they pronounced the name of Allah upon a he said

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pronounce the name of Allah and eat it.

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You see the fonts? You see this genius?

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Is Why do we love him so much? He doesn't ever say no stop. It's some of the companions they lived with him. One of them.

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I forget his name. It wasn't even a bass.

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He lived with him for 15 years from a small child upwards

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in malloc.

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And he can't recollect one moment or one occasion where he said, don't do that.

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Stop it. No.

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The only time you looked up

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That's what I'm saying.

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You can't say no to your neighbor.

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You know, I've got two Hindu I got a Hindu neighbor on this site. They just they got burgled and I felt very sorry for them everything how I'm feeling sorry for myself because they've agreed they're going to get to vicious dogs and put them in the backyards.

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But I can't say no, I can't. I can just put the fence.

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By building the fence.

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I build the friendship. By allowing them the dogs I build the friendship. It's going to be tough for me. I don't really want dogs in the back.

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coming every time you go out and start barking and you go back in, I don't like dogs. Not because I'm a Muslim, because I just have a fear of dogs. And when I was a kid, you know, growing up, I used to fear dogs for some reason, I don't know why

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it won't cause others to Islam.

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In the streets,

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in the locality,

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peace is established.

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Even if they're not, they don't agree with you, or you know, you're just showing the beauty and the actions of your power. Definitely that they're not going to speak against you next time. That without a doubt. So if all of us, in this month of Ramadan, we make an effort to go to our neighbors, get the gift boxes that we have IRA, all of them free of charge, you can go and collect them from the office, we just, we just did a fundraising campaign for 27,000 pounds worth of materials. Last year, we gave out 2 million this year, we need to get 10 million.

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But it has to be from you people because you are the daiya You are the arts You are the ones calling the people to Islam, if you're not going to call on the BBC will continue to call.

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That's not a good thing, right? Is that a good thing?

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But what's wrong with the BBC?

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At the time of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they have the BBC

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just called a different name. They were the poets. They used to send the poets out the cold age, the enemies of Allah, they used to send them out to the gates of Hajj. And they used to say, Don't listen to him. He's a terrorist. He is a reason this that he's a bla bla bla bla bla bla, gun guns from the mouth.

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And the people used to listen and listen and listen.

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And some of them

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because these poets were talking, they will come and they would listen.

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Because the human mind works like this, isn't it? You don't don't do it. I'm gonna do it.

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So now we have the media, pushing out this message, and people are accepting Islam

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without you.

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So Allah,

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Islam calls for balance in every situation. In every situation.

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No man billing bill. Bashir enumerated that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the pre Islamic times, there were marketplaces, Madonna

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And they used to frequent those marketplaces in the days of ignorance. And when they became Muslims, they came to us and they said, We should not go to these marketplaces any longer. So as SMEs was the problem.

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Don't make things difficult for yourself, continue to go to the market. Don't take interest, don't do this. Don't do that. But go

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and restore the balance. They were about to go extreme.

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They were about to go out to the pendulum swing the extreme rights, or the extreme left. They left Islam. They thought they got into Islam, they left Islam. Yeah, I mean, some of these movement, you know, these type of coverage mentality that we have, you know, killing people in the streets, stabbing people in masjids. Probably that was hawara. Again, no doubt.

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And then you got the other side Ed who's saying and

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Barack Obama, you know, left Islam

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extremes, the middle point, is the one that listens to LA sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And the companions and the companions of the companions in the command is the commands, three generations. Now more close, we get to those three generations, the better. The woman who was opening that Masjid in North London stuff, Matthew, what do you mean?

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She was saying on the BBC this morning on radio four.

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By the way, if you want to my advice when you learn good English, listen to radio four. Yeah. She was saying, Yeah, but you know, they print it men and women pray together and and

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that's what we can pray. We can pray together. So you got men and women side by side? Yeah. Right. And then she was saying and anyway there's a whole load of millions of ish Miley Muslims and they pray sense.

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She was making all of these statements and I was just getting more and more angry because I think

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What's wrong? What's wrong?

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What's wrong about it?

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Because this woman has decided that she will take a totally on unbalanced perspective.

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She will look at the normative Islam of 90% of the Muslims living with normative Islam know, a woman cannot pray next door, or, you know, side by side man, side by side the man. Right? normative Islam suggest from the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu. And the companions that the women will be praying behind, and there will be no rule.

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Then later on some of the companions, some of the

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Basilica, oma and some others, they decided, well, it is getting a bit too dangerous. Some women or men were having too much conflict, or, you know, contact with each other. So he said, Well, you know, just kind of put a veil that you see.

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So in actual fact, her understanding of the masjid

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is kind of right, apart from the fact is women and men side by side, it is women at the back, if you can be good enough, right. But now we've lost the balance. Now women are put on the third floor.

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And men are in the front row. Yeah. And the children are told no, it's not like that with the Sri Lankans. Mashallah, I have to say, I have to say that as you know, a group of people, you're more balanced than others. But where I'm from in some other people are from in less than is less balance, less, less, less, less balance more, and no Middlesbrough.

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So Leicester, the women are confined to the home.

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Only a few massage it will allow them access. So what happens

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differently Northland London thinks that she's got a point. You see, restoring the balance Rasulullah sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, restoring the balance.

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it's imperative for us

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as Muslims,

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that we should,

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in everything that we think everything that we do everything that we plan, that we should go back to LA Salallahu alaihe salam and the early companions, and look for examples. Look for the precedent, has it been sense? What can we do? So if you look in terms of neighbors, you've got hundreds and hundreds of 1000s of Hadees about how to talk to the neighbor even when the neighbor was wrong, you know about the Jewish woman living next door so you throw in the rubbish out.

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And then also law systems in our house when she's not throwing rubbish out?

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See, we've got hundreds and hundreds of examples of how in which this man this great man took the world from total disbelief.

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And he period of 70 years with his companions, it spread the word of Islam with no internet, with no satellite technology, with no mobile phones with no cars. We're not jumbo jets, with no ships, great big ships, small things, you know, getting moved very no Facebook, no Facebook.

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No birds tweeting a lot tweets. You know, another, what did you have?

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diamonds, the crown jewels on the back of horses, riding with their hearts.

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That's what we need.

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There are hundreds in this room.

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Potentially 1000s. You know, why do I say that?

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Also, as Hassan said that if one person is guided your hands,

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you're guided by your hands by your tongue by your actions to the deen of Islam. It's better for you than the red camels. And the red camels were considered the best.

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Not just the best riding beast at the time. The most beautiful, the red camel, but the most

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desirable thing you could have in the dunya

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and it was better than all of that better than the red cameras. If one person is guided to Islam, by your hands, by your actions by your deeds, so Pamela

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Therefore, if every single person in this room today makes the decision, the commitment in Ramadan if you like because the Ramadan, you get 1020 3100 200 times awards.

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The shaytaan the big ones locked up.

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So it's a bit easier that you're going to call your neighbors to the Dean of his lab. Is that too much to ask for? Who can do it? Put your hands up?

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Okay, good sisters, when you make your Soho or you make the support or you make the star preparations, okay,

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I want you to identify every day five houses. Right? I want you to prepare the food the most beautiful food

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you know don't poison the neck because

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I know what you guys are thinking stuff.

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Don't do that.

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The most beautiful Phil Pokhara and samosa and what's what's the what are the classics in the brothers? He knows is is gone to sleep.

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To Sleep my brother from less than he knows he gives me all of the absolute the village food in the best man. What is his name one of the foods

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when you

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Oh my god.

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Imagine, imagine I want every single one of you. Right? You sisters particularly. What am I saying sisters? Is like brothers that are cook right? Yeah, that's true.

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But I want you to identify five houses every day. Then call your husband

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and say data. Gordon number 67. Number 786. Number 52. Not old lady at number 110.

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And give the food to them and spread the word.

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Give them the gift box, put some beautiful food inside as well give them the package and said this is to spread the peace and the love of Islam to Britain today.

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On the 14th of June 1000s of Muslims gave blood and I said the situation is like this. Let's not spill it. Let's just give it Don't spill the blood. Give the blocks don't take lives. The same lives and you know what? Some people started complaining the language we're using.

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So hello everyone that's always summons a complaint. Right? But you know, the good news is that 1000s of people got the message the proper message. This is what Islam is really all about not what the media know what the poet's are saying. at the gates of Hajj.

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In Wall Street's in the City of London was that place they print newspapers in London, you know that place?

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free trades halala don't look those poets are coming from those places and standing in every street corner, right? Yeah, how they was was Allahu alayhi wa sallam oppose them, did he? Did he start shouting at them

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ignore them

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ignore them and go and give the Dallas step up the Dow I think if we get down

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and we give it 10 times more than they will give.

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So you save the human lives today. You go and visit the elderly on Ramadan, you feed five of your neighbors every day regardless of whether they fill up or not. It probably fed up to the Muslims that are fed up with your foods. That's the facts because chicken tikka masala is number one dish in the UK anyway. So don't worry. Cheap fish and chips is gone. bangers and mash is all gone. Has that beautiful curry, you know?

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that's what that's what it's all about now, you know, like they're fake.

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Even muscled male was how do I tell her about him and be pleased with him reported that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said ruins are those ruined those who insist on hardship, hardship in the matters of faith in these in the matters of faith and

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Also repeated this three times.

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In thrice, when he repeated something three times you knew he really wanted to emphasize this point. This is

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145 144 in Muslim, those who want to

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look this up and look at the shout of the Hadeeth The important thing is that balance will never be established by the Muslims until they themselves are balanced.

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When you're going to feed your family, you got to feed your neighbors, when you go to feed your family and your neighbors, you even go and feed your enemies you know that number 16 is very his he looks at you harsh. It looks at you like he wants to kill you. He probably thinking of killing you. Some of these people are like that, because of what they have heard from the pilots, which has not been corrected by the Muslims. The poet's are talking, we should talk louder.

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should talk louder. We have Twitter, we have Facebook, we have social media. A lot of these brothers here roll on so who's Put your hands up? You're on social media. So right now saying

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okay is anytime now put your hands up. Seriously, don't Don't feel shy. See, that's our problem.

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There's only like 3040 people but the answer. Every single person should be using social media to pass the message of Islam to not yet Muslim people.

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We should use it, you should guard our children against it, but we should use it for Haier for about for benefit. So

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my brothers and sisters, you know, my message is very clear that if you want to have a balanced society, if you want to have you know to re establish balance in the society can only come from one thing, because true balance of any individual of any society of any street of any community or any international community

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has to come and must come

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from its reconnection with the Creator of the heavens and the world. That is that.

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And the only thing that can change the condition of health today is that all of us would consider dour as part and parcel by existence today and tomorrow until the day that we're reestablished with Allah subhanho wa Taala and you don't have a choice in the matter. Because if you do not reconnect yourself and your family and your streets are no wider community today, assuredly you will be reconnected with Allah subhanho wa Taala when you meet him on the Day of Judgment Subhana Allah Subhana

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Allah wa to like saramonic

This talk was given at the Sri Lanka Islamic Forum (SLIF) UK’s 10th Annual National Conference.

June 15&16, 2013

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