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Was the News Ever Unbiased

In the Name of God , Most Gracious, Most merciful

Dear James Brown I hope you enjoyed the documentary especially how we ended as if he's playing football and handing over this problem to both of us telling us the news was hit from the left the news was hit from the right and from all sides just like a quarterback it went down and it never got up again.

For those who are not following us on Twitter he's the documentary.

Was the News Ever Unbiased?".







Football analogies are incredible as I try to impact this documentary that was made in just exquisite fashion breaking down the history of how an institution responded to the propaganda that was made by Nation in the world wars that went on to create a different reality so much death and deception journalism went a profound change.


He talks about how the institution developed, unfortunately from my perspective he doesn't see my own Journey which is an Islamic perspective where the truth is the foundation everything is built on.


He doesn't cover that so I guess I will have to cover that.

I'm going to copy and paste some knowledge of Islam something that has to do with the truth I am trying to present the truth while I'm going to do is just prevent the verses and also do some creative copy and paste because you cannot pretend to say that you're saying something but you're not saying it but you are using technology to make a point something that got in the video does as well I'm trying to follow his creative challenge anyway here is that what the Quran says.

There are many Quranic verses that talk about the truth. Here are a few examples:

* **Surah al-Isra (17:81)**: "And say, 'Truth has come, and falsehood has vanished. Indeed, falsehood is bound to vanish.'"


* **Surah al-Ahzab (33:24)**: "That Allah may reward the truthful for their truth and punish the hypocrites if He wills or accepts their repentance."
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*Surah al-Maaida (5:119)**: "O you who have believed, be with those who are truthful."
**Surah al-Nahl (16:106)**: "And do not confound truth with falsehood, and do not hide the truth when you know."

These verses emphasize the importance of truthfulness and the consequences of falsehood. Truth is a fundamental principle in Islam, and it is incumbent upon Muslims to speak the truth in all situations. Truthfulness is a sign of faith, and it leads to success in both this world and the next. Falsehood, on the other hand, is a sign of disbelief, and it leads to failure in both this world and the next.

The Quran also teaches that truth will always prevail over falsehood. No matter how much falsehood may be spread, it will eventually be overcome by truth. This is because truth is based on reality, while falsehood is based on illusion. Reality is always stronger than illusion, and it will eventually triumph.

Therefore, Muslims should always strive to speak the truth, even when it is difficult. They should not be afraid to stand up for what is right, even if it means going against the majority. Truth is always on the side of Allah, and those who follow the truth will be rewarded in both this world and the next.


The teaching of Islam came to the prophet Muhammad peace be upon him it is through him that religion is realized so I totally want to admit that I'm working some AI to give the truth of Fighting Chance to get back up


So I have Google Brad helping me. I prompt him to give me the following. I'm not even taking credit for it.



Here are some hadiths that teach the importance of truthfulness:

* **"Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise. And a man keeps on telling the truth until he becomes a truthful person. Falsehood leads to Al-Fajr (i.e. wickedness, evil-doing), and Al-Fajr (wickedness) leads to the (Hell) Fire, and a man may keep on telling lies till he is written before Allah, a liar."** (Sahih al-Bukhari)
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The truthful are with the prophets, the truthful, and the martyrs."** (Sunan abi Dawod)
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The truthfulness is trusted, and the trustworthy is admitted to Paradise."** (Jami' at-Tirmidhi)
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"The truthful is beloved by Allah and by people, and the liar is hated by Allah and by people."** (Ibn Majah)
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The truthful is the friend of Allah, and the liar is the enemy of Allah."** (Musnad Ahmad)

These hadiths emphasize the importance of truthfulness and the consequences of falsehood. Truthfulness is a sign of faith, and it leads to success in both this world and the next. Falsehood, on the other hand, is a sign of disbelief, and it leads to failure in both this world and the next.

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was known for his truthfulness. He never lied, even when it was difficult. He was also known for his trustworthiness. He was always true to his word, and he never betrayed anyone's trust.

Muslims should strive to be like the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in their truthfulness. They should always speak the truth, even when it is difficult. They should also be trustworthy and keep their word. By doing so, they will please Allah and earn His rewards.


So I believe Islam will play a critical role in shaping what the truth is and how it's presented because it brings this liability that is pressed on the individual to be truthful and to have a high ethical standard as you have rented teaching people who tell lies there will be written as liar we have a high bar in terms of protecting the truth and making sure the foundation is 45 especially if it's been hit from all sides.


One thing that has been very crystal clear to me is the institutions that develop and bring generations through the liberal arts to have a sense of what is wrong and right that brought about Walter Chromecast and all the other people something that has been lost and I think that there's an incredible example Muslims are giving that I hope you will take a look at so that you can understand that truth has been hit from outside that we have to undo the damage from all signs starting with the university so is mine example of what I'm doing the damage of the University side looks like.


Watch "Zaytuna Is Leading the Way: Part 3 “Why Pursue a Liberal Education”" on YouTube




 



Football analogies and incredible analogy that encompasses a lot of problems solutions and opposing sites that are going at each other and The narrative of money is something that has played an important role in endangering the truth and I believe the truth itself has become a endangered species because we have people who are undermining the education of people telling them dropping out is an incredible thing you're not going to do damage to society you can just create products and make money and regardless of the consequences everything will be all right something Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg and the genocide that has unfolded by not reflecting on the past and their roles and responsibilities is a very big subject.



Anyway I'm hoping that you were professionalism and you are passion for excellence will help you think about maybe we can work on a project football terminology to help the truth get up dust itself again maybe add new companions can defend the truth because the truth regardless who's defending it is not going to turn away for any help it can get. As far as I'm concerned as a Muslim when I look at the truth it's a living being that can talk and walk and deserves every opportunity to be given a chance to be successful.



I will end with the verse of the Quran that says

In Surah Yaseen, verse 65, Allah says:

Today, We will seal their mouths, and their hands will speak to Us, and their feet will testify about what they used to earn.

. This tells me that just because we can't see things they're not able to speak they're not able to represent themselves.


I have chosen to address you on my blog because my journey has been long and as technology has developed those people who are supposed to get the education the opportunity to shape technology and become naturally leaders people look up to and hold them self to higher standard whenever given a chance to prosper because of technology and how it's developed over time. I've been in this country for 23 years now and I'm looking forward to shaping some of the problems that the world is facing and turning them into solutions I even made an incredible list on my Twitter but I hope to take on and I hope you will actually check out some of my ideas as well which is solving politics as well and actually he's a lot of football analogy that you're really going to love.




I guess looking at you out of as a minority who has helped himself to a higher standard it's very inspiring I look forward to working with you to solve problems and bring solutions to the world thank you for visiting my blog


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