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What’s Oppression and Who Are Oppressors; Dua For Protection

Bismillah

‘What a stupid, Bleep bleep bleep!’ Cold wind shreds her face, her boots crunch louder then she wishes. She quickly hikes it as fast as she can somewhere, anywhere. Boiling anger and sorrow are repressed, shoved down deeply but not nearly deep enough. The hurt and resentment make it impossible for her to feel anything but the hate. Struggling with every breath, every step, prayer and thought she regrets ever being born. Convinced the agony and torture must stop, she persists in the struggle for Allah’s pleasure to not return vain and foul speech. Others might like to eat human flesh in the form of evil and callous words and deeds, she resists them refusing to be like them and of them.

So they think evil of her…all she sees from them is evil actions, words and intentions. They believe, that they believe and that they are better. All she will ever remember is how they made her feel and rightly guided or not they have succeeded in alienating her from any goodness they had ever perceived about themselves.

So, what was the intention, to guide her or just to be cruel, evil, callous and horrible?

“Nay! You shall come to know!

Again, Nay! You shall come to know!

Nay! If you knew with a sure knowledge (the end result of piling up, you would not have occupied yourselves in worldly things)

The fire of Allah, kindled,

Which leaps up over the hearts,

Verily, it shall be closed in on them,

In pillars stretched forth (i.e. they will be punished in the Fire with pillars, etc.).

Then, on that Day, you shall be asked about the delight (you indulged in, in this world)!

By Al-’Asr (the time).

Verily! Man is in loss.

Successful indeed are the believers.

Those who offer their Salat (prayers) with all solemnity and full submissiveness.

And those who turn away from Al-Laghw (dirty, false, evil vain talk, falsehood, and all that Allah has forbidden).

The best in humanity revel in empathy and compassion; have the best in manners and character.”

O Allah! I ask You for success concerning my destiny, and feast with the martyr, and enjoyment with fortunate people, and the companionship of Apostles, and victory over my enemies; for it is You who listens to the Prayer

 O Allah! Cover up my defects, and change my fear into peace

O Allah!  Suffice me in my wishes and inclinations. O Allah! suffice me against anyone who oppresses me. O Allah! suffice me against those who envy me. O Allah! suffice me against those who wish to harm me. O Allah! suffice me in the last moments of death

O Allah!  Forgive us, and the believing men and women, and remove their faults, and cause peace and love among their hearts, and infuse into their hearts a firm faith and wisdom, and let them be victorious over Your enemies and their enemies.

O Allah! I seek refuge in You from being over-powered by others, or that I would over-power others (unjustly), or that I should seduce or tyrannize others, or be oppressed by them; or that I be shown ignorance and vulgarity by others, or I be vulgar to them; or from going astray myself, or be mislead by others

O My Lord! Do not make me a trial for the wrongdoing people, and deliver me by Your Mercy from the (subjection of) disbelieving people.

 O Allah! I am oppressed, therefore come to my help.

O Allah!  God of Jibraeil, Makaiil and Israfil, and the God of Ibrahim, and Ismail and Ishaq, Grant me peace and security, and do not let anyone of Your creatures overcome me, with anything which I have no power to forbear.
[hisn Hasin]

Our Lord! Pour out constancy on us and make our steps firm: Help us against those that reject faith
[surah al-Baqarah; 2: 250]

Our Lord! Condemn us not if we forget or fall into error; our Lord! Lay not on us a burden Like that which Thou didst lay on those before us; Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear. Blot out our sins, and grant us forgiveness. Have mercy on us. Thou art our Protector; Help us against those who stand against faith [surah al-Baqarah; 2: 286]

About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several children  books for Muslim kids in Islam  and Sharia Ruqyah for exorcisms in adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

All My Friends Are Dead

“What is the striking (Hour)?

And what will make you know what the striking (Hour) is?

It is a Day whereon mankind will be like moths scattered about,

When the heaven is cleft asunder.

My… breaks my heart and makes me cry.

Pain and sorrow swim in the ocean hidden in my heart.

Like a huge hole unevenly punched out of a wooden fence is my heart.

How can anyone mend a huge uneven hole punched out of their fence?”

Muslim Poetry Book Excerpt, Everything Under The Throne By: Halimah bint David

It’s true.

Very true, Alas.

All my friends are long dead.

Without their companionship, I am so alone.

Alone.

Just as I promised , here is my word:

Have A Firm Islamic Foundation of the Fundamentals of Islam, Reading The Books  None Ever Talks About.

I mean Never. Ever. They don’t even read them. If you want to understand the religion, read these books of the Scholars.

I will be true to you and carefully open from my breast and reveal to you  Most Beloved, Adored and Faithful Companions.

Book Genre Two: Tazkiyah

Sniffle. Sniffle. I read each one of these and miss them dearly. I lost them when I moved.

I am so sure they are so lonely. Would you? Could You? Read them in the bed?

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About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several children  books for Muslim Kindle kids in Islam  and Sharia Ruqyah for exorcisms in adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

Silently Slither Out of Your Snake Skin

Have an Islamic personality that, others you do not even know can truly enjoy.

But wait..

Imagine with me, you are driving across the United States, alone.

The Mountains are directly underneath you.

A sharp right and the car is speeding down and you are trying to remain in control for the sharp left right up ahead.

Your hands lightly sweat a little bit, your legs are shaking constantly from exhaustion.

There is no where to pull over.

Now what would happen if the car was to suddenly go careening out of control?

The Muslim Ummah is a stalled car careening out of control down a Mountain with a sharp left right ahead.

Some Callers, are busy trying to change the station to something that sounds really great, it’s got a catchy tune and copy written really professionally. While, others are jumping out of the car and right into oncoming traffic, directly in your path. Still others, are busy arguing and meticulously dissecting drivers licenses to see who has the best one. And yet, others are busy changing their clothes and running a comb through their hair.

Which one are you, honestly?

In order to solve the problems of the Ummah, we have to ask the really hard questions that are ignored, and never ever brought up.

Being sinful, shedding the veil, and so and so forth are not what I am talking about either..

Have A Firm Islamic Foundation of the Fundamentals of Islam, Reading The Books  None Ever Talks About.

I will be true to you and carefully open from my breast and reveal to you  Most Beloved, Adored and Faithful Companions.

My Most Favourite and Cherished Books, slowly.

Book Genre Number One, Tawhid

I have a quick question, if The Rasool (peace be upon him), spent fifteen years teaching Tawhid to his companions and the early Ummah, before anything else, Who is to say that those Callers are really following The Sunnah?

What on earth are they calling for?

They sure do look cool, though and sound great, oh and really make me feel good inside too…

Non-fiction Children’s Islamic Books: For Sale, Never Read.

What book loving Muslims everywhere, ought to know about the starving mother of five beautiful and loyal Muslim children.

The author.

Halimah bint David the slave: waiting to be fed and provided for by Allah (swt).

The goal?

To simply sell books that inspire and nourish, crackling parched, hearts and minds of children and their loving families.

I understand you are trying to proficiently do your job and are extremely busy, I would be honoured for a short amount of your time to read these and review
them.

These are a Children’s Tawhid Series. The writing is simple factual and short, focused on those just learning how to read.

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Discovering Allah

Allah? Who Is Allah?
Written and Illustrated By: Halimah bint David

In simple words this books interacts with Muslim kids about who is Allah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Accepting Allah

Allah! Allah Is My Lord!
Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

In simple words this book rejoices with Muslim kids about learning how great The Lord is.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

A Walk In The Garden

Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

Elegant hand crafted illustrations softly whispering advise poetically.

You don’t have to be famous or rich to benefit from Allah’s Merciful Messengers (peace be upon him) path to live in righteous simplicity and blessed harmony.

Imagine the elegant beautiful gate of Islam waiting for you outside of Jannah. Lush rolling hills bright green and pure waiting for you in silence and mystique.

The supreme stature of Allah is far beyond this breathtaking work of art.

A Walk in The Garden was written to help Muslims and non-Muslims gain an understanding of some of Islam’s basic required knowledge known as Tawhid [the unity of God].

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

If you don’t read one of these books and write a review, you may regret it later.

If you review one of published books, I will be giving you a free copy of my next book of Islamic poetry, that is not yet available.

The free Islamic poetry book is called ‘Everything Under The Throne’ and is like Khalil Gibran Speaking Mostly With The Quran.

Now You Can Have The Muslims Best Islamic Ruqyah & Exorcism Books, In One

Written and Compiled By: Halimah bint David

Many Famous Islamic Books have been referenced for the compilation of this Book, to allow the reader a full view of the many facets of knowledge necessary for a complete understanding.

It is our intention to help you learn to take control of your spiritual self, completely by the will of Allah through Islamic Legal Exorcisms and Dua.

Do not allow disbelief and satan to overthrow your personal self-control, eman and hidayah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Some books that have been referenced include:

By: Ibn Taimyyah
Diseases of the Hearts and their Cures

By: Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah
Zad al-Ma’ad (Provision of the hereafter)

By: Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
The Exorcist Tradition In Islam

By: Ibn Baz
The Authentic Creed and the Invalidators of Islam

And many more.

For more information on our books for sale:
http://www.scribd.com/SurvivorsAreUs

We hope you will enjoy.

Would you buy this book, for your children or children you know, let us know why or why not below in comments.

About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several books on Islamic monotheism (tawhid) for kids and Sharia for adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

Video

Kids Book: New. Never Read.

Kids Book: New. Never Read. Book Trailer
 Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Praising God

Because, it’s time for you to read the book I (the baby) never got to.

Give me thirty seconds, and I will give you five reasons why you should buy the kids poetry and monotheism book, ‘God? Who Is God?’.

Conflict. Anxiety. Frustration. Poverty.

The children, are our future. Bitter moments are found in all children’s’ surroundings.

Children are made into readers, from the laps of their parents. As a young child, I remember the treasured hours pouring over children’s biblical books.

Faith. Belief. Contentment. Security. Knowledge.

Always reading about the Lord, gave me the comfort I needed during the later times of trials.

Awe Inspiring Faith, enters the heart and strengthens belief with sound knowledge of Tawhid (monotheism).

This petite kids book of Tawhid (monotheism) is fun for small children and an excellent choice for new readers.

Nurture young children’s minds and enrich their souls, with a book dedicated to their growing spirits, hearts and minds.

Allah will Bless you, for teaching and kindly guiding them to belief.

Non-fiction Children’s Islamic Books: For Sale, Never Read.

What book loving Muslims everywhere, ought to know about the starving mother of five beautiful and loyal Muslim children.

The author.

Halimah bint David the slave: waiting to be fed and provided for by Allah (swt).

The goal?

To simply sell books that inspire and nourish, crackling parched, hearts and minds of children and their loving families.

I understand you are trying to proficiently do your job and are extremely busy, I would be honoured for a short amount of your time to read these and review
them.

These are a Children’s Tawhid Series. The writing is simple factual and short, focused on those just learning how to read.

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Discovering Allah

Allah? Who Is Allah?
Written and Illustrated By: Halimah bint David

In simple words this books interacts with Muslim kids about who is Allah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Accepting Allah

Allah! Allah Is My Lord!
Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

In simple words this book rejoices with Muslim kids about learning how great The Lord is.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

A Walk In The Garden

Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

Elegant hand crafted illustrations softly whispering advise poetically.

You don’t have to be famous or rich to benefit from Allah’s Merciful Messengers (peace be upon him) path to live in righteous simplicity and blessed harmony.

Imagine the elegant beautiful gate of Islam waiting for you outside of Jannah. Lush rolling hills bright green and pure waiting for you in silence and mystique.

The supreme stature of Allah is far beyond this breathtaking work of art.

A Walk in The Garden was written to help Muslims and non-Muslims gain an understanding of some of Islam’s basic required knowledge known as Tawhid [the unity of God].

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

If you don’t read one of these books and write a review, you may regret it later.

If you review one of published books, I will be giving you a free copy of my next book of Islamic poetry, that is not yet available.

The free Islamic poetry book is called ‘Everything Under The Throne’ and is like Khalil Gibran Speaking Mostly With The Quran.

Now You Can Have The Muslims Best Islamic Ruqyah & Exorcism Books, In One

Written and Compiled By: Halimah bint David

Many Famous Islamic Books have been referenced for the compilation of this Book, to allow the reader a full view of the many facets of knowledge necessary for a complete understanding.

It is our intention to help you learn to take control of your spiritual self, completely by the will of Allah through Islamic Legal Exorcisms and Dua.

Do not allow disbelief and satan to overthrow your personal self-control, eman and hidayah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Some books that have been referenced include:

By: Ibn Taimyyah
Diseases of the Hearts and their Cures

By: Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah
Zad al-Ma’ad (Provision of the hereafter)

By: Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
The Exorcist Tradition In Islam

By: Ibn Baz
The Authentic Creed and the Invalidators of Islam

And many more.

For more information on our books for sale:
http://www.scribd.com/SurvivorsAreUs

We hope you will enjoy.

Would you buy this book, for your children or children you know, let us know why or why not below in comments.

What do you think of our new kids book, please review it and leave your comment below. We look forward to hearing from you.

About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several books on Islamic monotheism (tawhid) for kids and Sharia for adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

Eric Carle Meets National Geograpic Praising God

We’re Throwing Confetti and Popping Bubble Wrap, Celebrating Your Arrival.

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Praising God- Book Trailer

Give me thirty seconds, and I will give you five reasons why you should buy

the kids poetry and monotheism book, ‘God? Who Is God?’.

Conflict. Anxiety. Frustration. Poverty.

The children, are our future. Bitter moments are found in all children’s’ surroundings.

Children are made into readers, from the laps of their parents. As a young child, I remember the treasured hours pouring over children’s biblical books.

Faith. Belief. Contentment. Security. Knowledge.

Always reading about the Lord, gave me the comfort I needed during the later times of trials.

Awe Inspiring Faith, enters the heart and strengthens belief with sound knowledge of Tawhid (monotheism).

This petite kids book of tawhid (monotheism) is fun for small children and an excellent choice for new readers.

Nurture young children’s minds and enrich their souls, with a book dedicated to their growing spirits, hearts and minds.

Allah will Bless you, for teaching and kindly guiding them to belief.

This kids tawhid (monotheism)  book is available for sale, God? Who Is God? a small fee of $4.99 with a complete preview.

Non-fiction Children’s Islamic Books: For Sale, Never Read.

What book loving Muslims everywhere, ought to know about the starving mother of five beautiful and loyal Muslim children.

The author.

Halimah bint David the slave: waiting to be fed and provided for by Allah (swt).

The goal?

To simply sell books that inspire and nourish, crackling parched, hearts and minds of children and their loving families.

I understand you are trying to proficiently do your job and are extremely busy, I would be honoured for a short amount of your time to read these and review
them.

These are a Children’s Tawhid Series. The writing is simple factual and short, focused on those just learning how to read.

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Discovering Allah

Allah? Who Is Allah?
Written and Illustrated By: Halimah bint David

In simple words this books interacts with Muslim kids about who is Allah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Accepting Allah

Allah! Allah Is My Lord!
Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

In simple words this book rejoices with Muslim kids about learning how great The Lord is.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

A Walk In The Garden

Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

Elegant hand crafted illustrations softly whispering advise poetically.

You don’t have to be famous or rich to benefit from Allah’s Merciful Messengers (peace be upon him) path to live in righteous simplicity and blessed harmony.

Imagine the elegant beautiful gate of Islam waiting for you outside of Jannah. Lush rolling hills bright green and pure waiting for you in silence and mystique.

The supreme stature of Allah is far beyond this breathtaking work of art.

A Walk in The Garden was written to help Muslims and non-Muslims gain an understanding of some of Islam’s basic required knowledge known as Tawhid [the unity of God].

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

If you don’t read one of these books and write a review, you may regret it later.

If you review one of published books, I will be giving you a free copy of my next book of Islamic poetry, that is not yet available.

The free Islamic poetry book is called ‘Everything Under The Throne’ and is like Khalil Gibran Speaking Mostly With The Quran.

Now You Can Have The Muslims Best Islamic Ruqyah & Exorcism Books, In One

Written and Compiled By: Halimah bint David

Mayor Maynott Have Devil Inside

Many Famous Islamic Books have been referenced for the compilation of this Book, to allow the reader a full view of the many facets of knowledge necessary for a complete understanding.

It is our intention to help you learn to take control of your spiritual self, completely by the will of Allah through Islamic Legal Exorcisms and Dua.

Do not allow disbelief and satan to overthrow your personal self-control, eman and hidayah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Some books that have been referenced include:

By: Ibn Taimyyah
Diseases of the Hearts and their Cures

By: Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah
Zad al-Ma’ad (Provision of the hereafter)

By: Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
The Exorcist Tradition In Islam

By: Ibn Baz
The Authentic Creed and the Invalidators of Islam

And many more.

For more information on our books for sale:
http://www.scribd.com/SurvivorsAreUs

We hope you will enjoy.

Would you buy this book, for your children or children you know, let us know why or why not below in comments.

About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several books on Islamic monotheism (tawhid) for kids and Sharia for adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

If only I had known, What is Tawhid of Allah?

Bismillaah (In The Name of Allaah)

Lost in a web of evil spun away from Tawhid and Sunnah so deep

Allaah will protect those whom He chooses The Sunnah to keep

You will receive punishment from sin and reward for Salaf Sharia that you reap

Belief in Tawhid or disbelief of Sharia is your choice before you sleep

The truth is from Allah’s Tawhid. Lies are from many and oh, how they heap.

Written by Halimah bint David

Non-fiction Children’s Islamic Books: For Sale, Never Read.

What book loving Muslims everywhere, ought to know about the starving mother of five beautiful and loyal Muslim children.

The author.

Halimah bint David the slave: waiting to be fed and provided for by Allah (swt).

The goal?

To simply sell books that inspire and nourish, crackling parched, hearts and minds of children and their loving families.

I understand you are trying to proficiently do your job and are extremely busy, I would be honoured for a short amount of your time to read these and review them.

These are a Children’s Tawhid Series. The writing is simple factual and short, focused on those just learning how to read.

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Discovering Allah

Allah? Who Is Allah?
Written and Illustrated By: Halimah bint David

In simple words this books interacts with Muslim kids about who is Allah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Eric Carle Meets National Geographic Accepting Allah

Allah! Allah Is My Lord!
Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

In simple words this book rejoices with Muslim kids about learning how great The Lord is.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

A Walk In The Garden

Written and Illustrated By:Halimah bint David

Elegant hand crafted illustrations softly whispering advise poetically.

You don’t have to be famous or rich to benefit from Allah’s Merciful Messengers (peace be upon him) path to live in righteous simplicity and blessed harmony.

Imagine the elegant beautiful gate of Islam waiting for you outside of Jannah. Lush rolling hills bright green and pure waiting for you in silence and mystique.

The supreme stature of Allah is far beyond this breathtaking work of art.

A Walk in The Garden was written to help Muslims and non-Muslims gain an understanding of some of Islam’s basic required knowledge known as Tawhid [the unity of God].

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

If you don’t read one of these books and write a review, you may regret it later.

If you review one of published books, I will be giving you a free copy of my next book of Islamic poetry, that is not yet available.

The free Islamic poetry book is called ‘Everything Under The Throne’ and is like Khalil Gibran Speaking Mostly With The Quran.

Now You Can Have The Muslims Best Islamic Ruqyah & Exorcism Books, In One

Written and Compiled By: Halimah bint David

Many Famous Islamic Books have been referenced for the compilation of this Book, to allow the reader a full view of the many facets of knowledge necessary for a complete understanding.

It is our intention to help you learn to take control of your spiritual self, completely by the will of Allah through Islamic Legal Exorcisms and Dua.

Do not allow disbelief and satan to overthrow your personal self-control, eman and hidayah.

This book is for sale for the small price of $1.99

Some books that have been referenced include:

By: Ibn Taimyyah
Diseases of the Hearts and their Cures

By: Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah
Zad al-Ma’ad (Provision of the hereafter)

By: Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
The Exorcist Tradition In Islam

By: Ibn Baz
The Authentic Creed and the Invalidators of Islam

And many more.

For more information on our books for sale:
http://www.scribd.com/SurvivorsAreUs

We hope you will enjoy!

About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several books on Islamic monotheism (tawhid) for kids and Sharia for adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

Thursday Tarbiyyah: Candid interviews with Muslim women regarding social relations

 unity

Bismillaah (In The Name of Allaah)

Dear Reader,

Due to recent events (I was called racist, ignorant and small minded over my thoughts and understanding of ‘celebrating black history month’) This has opened a huge can of worms for me. I have often noticed that the sisters segregate themselves by their color and then by their nationality in the masjids. This has always bewildered me and I do my best to not take part in it. I give salam to everyone I meet (whether I know you or not) and always sit in different places with different groups when the sisters are segregating themselves (to the best of my ability).

 It is really hard to sit in some areas though when you are being given the stink eye and a handshake that says you are not welcome…I thought why don’t I interview several sisters all different from eachother? Let’s find out how they think and how they act when they are presented with such situations? What a way to finally try and understand what is going on in every one else’s head.

So, I have recently conducted these interviews with various Muslim sisters regarding their social behavior.

Thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you Shannon Hossain. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

I would like to get to know your background and find out what type of a woman you are to begin with. So, how long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?

I have been a muslim for Three and a Half years.

Shannon, what words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?

 I am a young Muslim Women with a Husband and one child. My intentions are to strive in the way of Allah to become a better mother, a better wife, and a better mom. Insha Allah. May Allah grant all the believing women, and believing men Jannah. Ameen


And what kind of people do you relate to the most and why?

I relate to Muslims the most, Alhamdulilah. They are my family, and our walking the same path as me ♥ ♥ ♥

Shannon, how do you interact with Muslim women who segregate themselve inside the masjids and in the personal lives?
With my sisters whom segregate themselves into their own nationalities, I give them their rights and I am kind to them, but as for real friendship or brotherhood/sisterhood I feel this would be hard work.

Who do you sit with when you find such gatherings where the women have seperated by their different ethnic backgrounds? Do you always sit in the same area or do you move around to other areas where they have gathered too?

No, I do not always sit in the same area. I usually sit where there is an open seat. lol

May Allah strenghten this Ummah and bring back brotherhood in Islam. Ameen. May Allah give all the believing women and all the believing men Jannah. Ameen.

People segregate themselves with people whom are like them out of comfort, I feel that if this limits other people whom are not in the same ethnic group from joining their group then they are transgressing the limits. Allah knows best.

I hope this helps sister.

Thank you so much for your time Shannon, I really appreciate it soo very much.

~

Zaytun Ibn Adam, thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

Zaytun, how long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?

I have been Muslim all my life Ahamdulillah (All prasie due to be Allah) but I never been practising Muslim until` the age of 16 well now I`m 20 now hehe.


And Zaytun, what words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?

I am funny,confident but not arrogant,sense of humor
warm and caring and of course God fearing Muslimah!

What people do you relate to the most and why?

People who are aware of Allah and reality BECAUSE THEY ARE AWARE OF ALLAH AND REALITY and they know what this life is all about and they know what they are doing. Before I used to look up to bad people like people who don`t know the purpose of life but Alhamdulillah Allah has guided me from that!”

Thank you so much for your time I really appreciate it soo very much.

~

Sara, thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

Sara, how long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?

It has been on and off. I started practicing as soon as I reached puberty at 12 but then stopped by the age of 17-18 and got back to practicing at the age of 26, alhamdulillah and now I’m 30.


What words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?

I’m trying to be a good positive person and try to develop myself but a lot of times my lower self (nafs) gets the better of me. Other than that, I’m a creative person who loves to serve my deen with the gifts Allah has given me.


Sara, what kind of people do you relate to the most and why?

I mostly relate to other creative spiritual people. I guess it’s because we tend to be really sensitive people and like to explore within and out of ourselves. I feel that I can 100% be myself around people with the same mindset as me.

So, how do you interact with Muslim women who segregate themselves inside the masjids and in the personal lives?

I’ll greet them how I’d greet any other Muslim women I encounter. I’ll be myself around whoever it is.

Who do you sit with when you find such gatherings where the women have seperated by their different ethnic backgrounds? Do you always sit in the same area or do you move around to other areas where they have gathered too?

I usually sit with whoever smiles at me and makes me feel welcomed. The next time, I’ll probably sit with them again because they’ll be among familiar faces.

Hope that answers your questions…

Thank you so much for your time Sara, I really appreciate it soo very much.

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Umm Husamuddin,thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

How long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?

Alhamdulillah it has been almost 14 years since I embraced Islam.


Umm Husamuddin, what words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?

I consider myself to be a modest person ( I strive to be) and to be aware of my actions. I think of others and try my best not to offend. I prefer not to speak unless there is good to be spoken. I can be quite introverted at times, this has developed over several years as I have had experiences in life that have taught me to step back. I can be too soft and patient, and this can be taken advantage of. I am caring and loving and loyal.

And, what people do you relate to the most and why?

In my personal life I feel I can strongly relate to my close sisters because we share the bonds of friendship and unity. I also relate to my husband, but in a different way; he balances my softness and sometimes makes me aware of reality!

From the sahaaba I relate to Khadijah, radiAllaah anha, she showed such patience and kindness subhaanAllaah and inspires me.

 How do you interact with Muslim women who segregate themselves inside the masjids and in the personal lives?

I will make sure I extend thesalaam to them and offer food or drink to them, invite them to my home, to sit with me (in the masjid), basicaly try to make them feel welcome. I bear in mind that some women who behave with this self-imposed segregation are often very shy and/or lacking in confidence, social skills or basic islamic manners and knowledge. 

Umm Husamuddin,  Who do you sit with when you find such gatherings where the women have seperated by their different ethnic backgrounds? Do you always sit in the same area or do you move around to other areas where they have gathered too?

Oh, I love to mingle and mix…. when I enter the masjid I make the effort to convey my salaam and a hanshake to every sister, starting from my right. Some sisters respond with warmth, others are very unresponsive. I will sit momentarily with different groups whilst exchanging polite talk, but when there is a lecture, I like to sit quietly andtake notes,andoften this means not sitting with most of the other women who often like to talk during a lecture. Allaahu alam.

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Togger Al-Jibouri, Thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

Togger, how long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?
I’ve been a muslim “by name” for all my life. that’s just over 18 years. but i would say I’ve truly been muslim since I was 12/13. that’s when i developped my relationship with Allah, and I began to truly understand what it means to love my Lord and my prophet (PBUH). i wasn’t just praying, i was praying and knowing why I was doing it. I felt a difference inside me, and I call that point my conversion.


What words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?
I’m a caring person, above all. I just love people, and I love making a difference for others. I like meeting new people and I never “judge a book by its cover”. I truly believe everybody is beautiful in their own way, and I will always make an effort to find out more about someone before jumping to conclusions. I love helping people and I am very sensitive.

Togger, what people do you relate to the most and why?
My friends. my mum is my closest friend, but she has a very different personality to myself. I have all sorts of different friends, but there are a handful that i feel i can truly relate to and share experiences with, because we are similar.

How do you interact with Muslim women who segregate themselves inside the masjids and in the personal lives?
To be honest, I don’t, really. but that’s probably because i’m not so confident to talk with strangers. but I definitely do smile and say salaam! and if they seem responsive, I then go on to ask how they are etc! I ask them if they come here often and just chat and laugh with them! But, most of the women who segregate themselves don’t seem to be very talkative or social, and that can put you off! so generally, I don’t speak with them

Who do you sit with when you find such gatherings where the women have seperated by their different ethnic backgrounds? Do you always sit in the same area or do you move around to other areas where they have gathered too?

 I move around between people that I know, but I will most likely be with the arabs most of the time (I am arab)”

Thank you so much for your time I really appreciate it soo very much.

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Aysha Karim From Manchester, England, Thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

Aysha, how long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?

 I have been practising islam since 2 yrs ago, properly. meaning wearing the scarf, praying 5 times a day. I have always been a muslim since i was born, but Ive never properly practised it until 2 yrs ago.

What words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?

 I am crazy, I would like to think I am funny because I enoy making people laugh, I am competetive but when I lose games I make a joke out of it! I am lazy, but I am joyful and hyper all the time! Im smily too! Oh and very confused half the time! But also very determined!

What people do you relate to the most and why?

 I think I can relate to people who are easier to be read. For instance I can never easily relate myself to an insecure quiet, reserved person who is mostly shy, as oppose to someone that is confident enough to communicate with me, even if it is a smile from a stranger! I also can relate to those muslims out there who are living in a non muslim environment, meaning not ONE other muslim is near them on their daily activities- it is a very lonely feeling!

hahaha I dont mind!!! I like questions!
How do you interact with Muslim women who segregate themselves inside the masjids and in the personal lives?

To be honest, at my local mosque, there is a nice sisterly environment, especially during ramadan with night prayers. So I wouldn’t really be able to answer (this) question  with personal experience, however, before 2 yrs ago, when I wasnt practising, I was nervous about going to the mosque and having to interact with the other girls who always go. A smile from one of the girls was all I needed to get involved, the girls asked me to join them in study circles . I feel this “welcoming” frm the sisters made me feel comfortable to not segregate myself so much from the mosques and hence it became a part of my social life!

Who do you sit with when you find such gatherings where the women have seperated by their different ethnic backgrounds? Do you always sit in the same area or do you move around to other areas where they have gathered too?

 I tend to sit with those who are more lively!! It doesent matter WHAT ethnic background they are from. Most of my friends are either Pakistani, Afghani or Jordanian. My colege is a mixture of all cultures, mashAllah, and all of us sisters tend to stick together! I had a nigerian friend, who felt very isolated with the girls as she was the only nigerian girl.However, I went to A high school wth me as the only muslim girl, majority of the students were caucasian english atheists so I understood how it felt to be isolated due to having a different ethnic background. But i made her understand that we’re all sisters, and whoever is around at social gatherings I will sit with any girls that welcome me first and thus seem lively, no matter what background they have!

Thank you so much for your time I really appreciate it soo very much.

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Ameera, Thank you so much for this opportunity to interview you. I am very honored to have you sit with me and answer some questions. May Allaah bles you immensly and always guide you to the best and to be the best.

How long have you been Muslim or actively practising Islam?

almost 8 years

What words would you use to describe yourself to those who do not know you and will be reading this interview?

A devout revert

What people do you relate to the most and why?

Reverts & more devout/pious Muslims since they follow Qu’ran & Sunnah most carefully usually. It doesnt seem to matter where they are from country wise, mostly how close they are to Islam.

How do you interact with Muslim women who segregate themselves inside the masjids and in the personal lives?

I try to make friends but many of them turn away and do not even offer a smile.

Who do you sit with when you find such gatherings where the women have seperated by their different ethnic backgrounds? Do you always sit in the same area or do you move around to other areas where they have gathered too?

I usually sit with whomever has welcomed me with a smile but if no one has, then I end up sitting just where ever there is space. I try very hard to make friends with the other sisters, especially if they have children or seem alone themselves. It doesn’t matter to me where anyone is from since we are all Muslims…all one Ummah. I like learning about where others are from and love learning different customs and languages! Making new friends is one of the joys of having many sisters in the Masjid or it could be when they are a bit friendlie… Alhumdillallah! I am very grateful to Allah for the ones that have been accepting of me.

Thank you so much Ameera  for your time I really appreciate it soo very much.

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As you can see from these very candid interviews just because some sisters sit with their ‘own color or culture’ does not mean they are ‘bad’ sisters and this is just where they aremore comfortable. Do you know the Islamic rulings on these issues? What did you think of these candid replies?

Sincerely

~H

Tawhid Tuesday: Those who are on the straight path

straight-path

Bismillaah (In the Name of Allaah)

Dear Reader,

Q: Which group is going on right way Berailwy, Deobandi, Tablighi, Wahabi, Najdi, Sunny, Sheaa, etc

A: Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds; and may His blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all his Family and Companions.

Following the guidance of al-Salafi (the Prophet’s (Sallallahu Alaihi wa (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) companions and their followers) in creed and fundamentals is the only criterion by which we can recognize if some person or group on the right path or not.

It is recorded in Sahih al-Bukhari and Muslim from Umar Ibn al-Husain’s Hadith (RAA) that Allah’s Messenger (SAW) said: “the best generations are those are coexist with me, then those who follow them immediately, then the 3rd generation which comes after them.” Ibn al-Hussain said: ‘I cannot remember if the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) mentioned two or three generations.’ Then, these persons will be followed by those who will testify but they will not be asked to do so (their testimony will not be accepted). They will misappropriate and will not be trustworthy; will take vows, but will not fulfill them, and will suffer from fatness”.
Thus, we state that whoever (person or group) follows the guidance of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) and his companions concerning creed and way of life, then he (or they) will be one the right path and the standard criterion is Allah’s Book and the Prophet’s (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) Sunnah.
Allah says: {………then whoever follows My Guidance shall neither go astray, nor fall into distress and misery.} [20:123]
{…….and whoever follows My Guidance, there shall be no fear on them, nor shall they grieve.} [2:38]
{O people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians)! Now has come to you Our Messenger (Muhammad SAW) explaining to you much of that which you used to hide from the Scripture and passing over (i.e. leaving out without explaining) much. Indeed, there has come to you from Allâh a light (Prophet Muhammad mAy Allaah exalt him) and a plain Book (this Qur’ân){} Wherewith Allâh guides all those who seek His Good Pleasure to ways of peace, and He brings them out of darkness by His Will unto light and guides them to a Straight Way (Islâmic Monotheism).} [Quran 2:15,16]
{Say (O Muhammad (May Allaah exalt him )to mankind): “If you (really) love Allâh then follow me (i.e. accept Islâmic Monotheism, follow the Qur’ân and the Sunnah), Allâh will love you and forgive you of your sins. And Allâh is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.”} [Quran 3:31]
In the same vein, the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) said: “All my Ummah will enter Paradise except those who refuse.” The Prophet’s (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) companions asked: “O Allah’s messenger! Who will refuse to enter Paradise?” The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) said: “Whoever obeys me will enter Paradise, and whoever disobeys me (will enter the Hell fire) since he refuses (to follow my Sunnah)” [ Bukahri from Abu Huraira ].
Then, you are advised to check the book of al-Mausu’ah, al-Muyssarah fee al-Adian issued by “World Assembly for Muslim Youth”.
For the other details please read these Fatawa:
82047, 8514684166 and 84792.

Allah knows best.

[Originally Produced By: Islamweb.net]

Shaykh Fauzan Current Advise to Palestinians

Bismillah (In The Name of Allah)

Dear Reader,

Have you heard the advice from Ullama Fauzaan on the current Palestinian issue?

He, says

“There is no benefit in demonstrations. Rather they are a confusion. They are from confusion, disorder. And what harm will be done to the enemy if the people demonstrate a street amongst the streets and raise their tongues!? Rather, this is from the matters on account of which the enemy actually rejoices, and so he saus that he has harmed them and cause damage to them, so the enemy rejoices with this.”

Upon reading this very informative and noble fatwa, what will you do? Will you stop yourself and those around you from practising soemthing that is not from the Sunnah? Will you fight the good fight to revive the Sunnah in doing things such as: perfecting your worship, correcting your aqidah (creed) and strengthening your Islamic knowledge?

This advise is for all of us, you, me and everyone else. We shall unite under the Sunnah and on the fundamental meanings of the shahada, insha allaah.

 

Asking Others To Practise Magic On Our Behalf

Bismillaah (In The name of Allah)

Dear Readers,

Have you wandered the following?

1)how can we know that a person practise magic?what the features of this person and his/her religious commitments?some of them i know, that such people do not pray regularly,keep untidy hair,stay in dark places.what are other things? 2) how can we know (by looking or religion) that this person asks others(magicians) to do magic for his benefit? a person is suspected,with no proof.if the suspicion is false and she took other step due to suspicion she will be in great loss. if the suspicion is true and she took a step neglecting suspicion as it is just a suspicion, then again she will be in a great loss.what to do in this case? 3)is the marriage of a women valid if her husband practise magic or ask others to do magic for his benefit? pls answer soon may Allah reward you.

This question was posed to Islamweb.net

And they replied,

In general, magicians are dissolute people and sinners, and they do not abide by the Islamic teachings. However, sometimes a magician may appear to be pious and righteous in order to fool the general public. Also, a magician may work out some extraordinary things and claim that this is a miracle from Allah, but all this is just a gradual dragging from the devil. For more benefit, please refer to Fatwa 91545 and 18831.

In principle a Muslim is innocent and it is not permissible to accuse anyone of doing magic or going to magicians without evidence. However, a Muslim should be cautious of someone who is feared to do some of these things. In any case, a Muslim should protect himself by performing Ruqyah and reciting the legislated mention of Allah.

Magic can be done by seeking the help of the jinn and getting closer to them (by approaching them through acts of disobedience) and this takes the person out of the fold of Islam. It is not permissible for a Muslim woman to marry such a person if he practises magic, and if she is his wife, she is obliged to separate from him. This ruling applies also to the person who goes to a magician or a fortune teller and asks him and believes in what he says and believes that he knows the unseen.

However, if a person practices magic by only using some medicine and the like and there is no involvement of jinn in it, then this does not take him out of the fold of Islam but a Muslim woman should not marry him at all, and if she is already married to him, she should endeavour to separate from him and invalidate her marriage with him because he is not pleasing in his religion and moral conduct. We say the same thing in regard to a person who goes to a magician or a soothsayer and believes what he says without believing that he knows the unseen and without having other beliefs which take a person out of the fold of Islam.

For more benefit, please refer to Fatwa 90225 and 11104.

Allaah Knows best.

About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several books on Islamic monotheism (tawhid) for kids and Sharia for adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

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