Tariq Ramadan in this episode completes his speech on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) - Mercy to Mankind. He asks American Muslims to add to the knowledge and know their religion and show their religion through their behavior. He mentions this as Rahma (Mercy).
He adds: this is exactly as Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was. He was Rahma (Mercy) even with his enemies because he was implementing, he was not saying ‘I am a Muslim,’ he was showing what Islam is about. The way the Prophet was dealing with the society was to reform for the better, more justice, more freedom, more respect with no compulsion.
Tariq emphasizes that Rahma (Mercy) is the way you speak and respect people. We, Muslims, are agents of peace and reconciliation on earth. We give something always. Ask yourself, if you want to assess yourself. You do all your religion duties. Now look at around you to your American fellow citizens. What they can say about what you give them? What do you give? Do you give smiles? Do you give money? Do you give your generosity? Do you give your presence? Do you give your affections? You have to be just with yourself, just with your mind, just with your heart, just with your body, just with your neighbor, just with humanity, just with the oppressed, and just against the oppressors. That’s our Rahma (Mercy). This is what the Prophet was within and outside.
He concludes that you have to say: we Americans, we Canadians, we human beings, and show within this ‘we’, what Islam is doing with you?