Monthly Archives: April 2011

I’m an inspiration apparently…

Assalamualaykum warahmatullahi wa barakatuh wa maghfirah.

So yeah… apparently, I’m an inspiration, and this person seems to think so. Jazakillahu khayran Bubbli. 🙂

I have to choose some other blogs which I thought were an inspiration..

The bloggers that I’m about to give the award to probably don’t even care about this, and won’t look at it twice, but

Salaf stories – I don’t know who this person is – never spoken to them, but their blog really inspires me and tells  me alot about what people were like in the Prophets time (saw) and they share some heart lightening stories with us aswell.

Reviving the Sunnah: A call for knowledge – Again, I have no idea who the person is, but I have learnt a lot with the in depth explanation that is given there.

Muslimaah – I would like to carry on the trend, and say that I have no idea who this person is aswell, but being my sister, I’m bound to know her. There are very good reminders on that blog, and it benifits me greatly at times.

Hasnain’s life – Very interesting stories and pieces of information I have learnt from this blog.

Islam – Worlds greatest religion – A lot of indepth articles about things we should know, or could improve on and how we should be. Very informative.

Well, that’s all for now… till next time…

Assalamualaykum warahmatullahi wa barakatuh wa maghfirah.

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By Ammar Alshukry


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The End

Assalaamu Alaykum,

SIGNS OF QAYAMAT آيات قرب القيامة the end

Ø Why is it so hard to tell the truth but yet so easy to tell a lie?

Ø Why  are we so sleepy (نعسان)in mosque but right when the prayer is over, we suddenly wake up?

Ø Why is it so hard to talk about Allah but yet so easy to talk about nasty stuff(الفواحش)?

Ø Why is it so boring (ممل)to look at a Islamic Article but yet so easy to look at a nasty one(فاحش)?

Ø      Why the mosques are’s getting smaller, but yet the dance clubs are getting larger?


Do you give up?

Think about it ….

As we look at this article we realize how true the Messenger (P. B.U.H) was these signs were prophesized 1400 years ago!!!

Ø Camels will no longer be used as a means of transport;

Ø People will ride on saddles(المركبات الفاخرة) that aren’t saddles (cars?)

Ø The distance on earth will become short; تم طي المسافات

Ø Horses will not be used in wars;

Ø Muslims will defeat the Byzantines which will end with the conquest of Constantinople( Istanbul )

Ø The Jews will gather again to live in Bilad Canaan; (بلاد كنعان)

Ø Very tall buildings will be built; (أبراج منتشرة في جميع أنحاء العالم)

Ø The disappearance of knowledge(زوال العلم) and the appearance of ignorance, (ظهور الجهل)with much killing;

Ø Adultery(الزنا) will become widespread, and the drinking of wine will become common;

Ø The number of men will decrease and the number of women will increase until there are 50 women to be looked after by one man.

Ø Islam will become worn out (بالية و رثة)like clothes are, until no one will know what fasting, prayer, charity and rituals (شعائر)are;

Ø Allah will send a disease to fornicators (الزانى)that will have no cure (Aids?);

Ø People will begin to believe in the stars and reject AL QADAR (THE DIVINE DECREE OF DESTINYالقضاء و القدر);

Ø Men will pass by people’s graves and say: ‘Wish that I was in his place’; (large amount of suicidal deathsوفيات انتحارية?)

Ø The Euphrates will uncover a mountain of gold for which people will fight over (the river of Alfurat that lies near Syria );

Ø Two large groups of people will fight one another, and there will be many casualties; they will both be following the same religion (World War III?);

Ø Approximately 30 DAJJALSدجّالون will appear, each one claiming to be the messenger of ALLAH;

Ø Earthquakes زلازل will increase;

Ø Time will pass quickly;

Ø Afflictions أمراض و بلاويwill appear;

Ø Killing will increase;

Ø Wealth will increase;

Ø Women will be wearing clothes but not wearing clothes التعري كما نراه


Ø When any gain is shared out only among the rich, with no benefit to the poor;

Ø When a trust (أمانة)becomes a means of making profit ;

Ø When paying ZAKKAT becomes a burden;[ looking after the needy]

Ø When voices (رفع أصوات كما نشاهده الآن)are raised in the mosque;

Ø When the leader of a people is the worst of them; [presidents –prime ministers]

Ø When people treat a man with respect because what he may do;

Ø When much wine is drunk; red wind or the earth swallow them, or to be transformed into animals.’



Ø The Quran will disappear in one night, even from the people’s hearts, and no Ayyah will be left on earth. (Some groups of old people will be left who will say: ‘We heard of fathers’ saying ‘LAILLAHA ILLA ALLAH’ so we repeat it) [there is only one god]

Ø The appearance of the MAHDI;

Ø The appearance of the DAJJAL (Anti Christ);

Ø The appearance of Ya’juj and Ma’juj (biblical Gog and Magog);

Ø Isa (Jesus) will come during the time of Dajjal;

Ø The rising of the Sun from the west;

Ø The destruction of the Ka’ba and the recovery of its treasures;

Ø The smoke.

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Love isn’t blind..

The passengers on the bus watched sympathetically as the attractive young woman with the white cane made her way carefully up the steps. She paid the driver and, using her hands to feel the location of the seats, walked down the aisle and found the seat he’d told her was empty. Then she settled in, placed her briefcase on her lap and rested her cane against her leg.
It had been a year since Amie, 19, became blind. Due to a medical misdiagnosis she had been rendered sightless, and she was suddenly thrown into a world of darkness, anger, frustration and self-pity. And all she had to cling to was her husband, John.
John was an Army soldier and he loved Amie with all his heart. When she first lost her sight, he watched her sink into despair and was determined to help his wife gain the strength and confidence she needed to become independent again.
Finally, Amie felt ready to return to her job, but how would she get there? She used to take the bus, but was now too frightened to get around the city by herself. John volunteered to drive her to work each day, even though they worked at opposite ends of the city. At first, this comforted Amie, and fulfilled John’s need to protect his sightless wifewho was so insecure about performing the slightest task.
Soon, however, John realized the arrangement wasn’t working. Amie is going to have to start taking the bus again, he admitted to himself. But she was still so fragile, so angry – how would she react? Just as he predicted, Jamie was horrified at the idea of taking the bus again.
“I’m blind!”, she responded bitterly. “How am I supposed to know where I am going? I feel like you’re abandoning me.”
John’s heart broke to hear these words, but he knew what had to be done. He promised Amie that each morning and evening he would ride the bus with her, for as long as it took, until she got the hang of it. And that is exactly what happened. For two weeks, John, military uniform and all, accompanied Amie to and from work each day.
He taught her how to rely on her other senses, specifically her hearing, to determine where she was and how to adapt to her new environment. He helped her befriend the bus drivers who could watch out for her, and save her a seat.
Finally, Amie decided that she was ready to try the trip on her own. Monday morning arrived, and before she left, she threw her arms around John, her temporary bus-riding companion, her husband, and her best friend. Her eyes filled with tears of gratitude for his loyalty, his patience, And his love. She said good-bye, and for the first time, they went their separate ways. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday… Each day on her own went perfectly, and Amie had never felt better. She was doing it! She was going to work all by herself.
On Friday morning, Amie took the bus to work as usual. As she was paying the fare to exit the bus, the driver said, “Boy, I sure do envy you.” Amie wasn’t sure if the driver was speaking to her or not. After all, who on earth would ever envy a blind woman who had struggled just to find the courage to live for the past year? Curious, she asked the driver, “Why do you say that you envy me?”
The driver responded, “It must feel good to be taken care of and protected like you are.” Amie had no idea what the driver was talking about, and again asked, “What do you mean?”
The driver answered, “You know, every morning for the past week, a fine-looking gentleman in a military uniform has been standing across the corner watching you as you get off the bus. He makes sure you cross the street safely and he watches until you enter your office building. Then he blows you a kiss, gives you a little salute and walks away. You are one lucky lady.”
Tears of happiness poured down Amie’s cheeks. For although she couldn’t physically see him, she had always felt John’s presence. She was lucky, so lucky, for he had given her a gift more than sight, a gift she didn’t need to see to believe – the gift of love that can bring light where there is darkness.
We take our senses for granted. How much money would you except if someone asked for your eyes? You wouldn’t. Not a single penny. Because you know how precious your eyesight is to you.
But then again, eyesight is a wordly thing. When you feel no-one is there for you, just think that all this is going to end one day. And always always have hope.

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Some times, things don’t turnout how you want them to

Sometimes you don’t get to do things that you want to do

Sometimes, people don’t see what’s going on inside of you

Sometimes, you get moody

Some one calls, but you don’t want to know who

Because you’re moody

Sometimes life’s not fair

Sometimes you get stares

Because you are a Muslim

Because you wear Hijab

Because you have a beard

Because you are a “Terrorist”

Sometimes people don’t want to listen

But instead they whisper

They gossip

Maybe about you

Maybe not

But they don’t want to listen

When you tell them something is Haram

You get ignored

They look bored

What do you do?

You surrender

And you become a pretender

Pretending you are muslim

But really, you’re not

You’re not

Sometimes life isn’t perfect

But don’t take it out on religion

Sometimes there is a collision

Of different ways of life

And you feel left out


So you abandon your religion


Follow the Qur’an

And the sunnah

And you will never feel abandoned

Nor deserted

Because you will be in Allah’s hands

(Not literally)

But He will look after you

If you look after His deen

His religion

Maybe then there will be no collisions

Because your  way of life is going  to be Islam


Submitting yourself to God


And following the way of his Prophet


Sallahu Alayhi Wa Salam

So do your best

To ignore wordly thoughts

Of hate



And instead, focus on Your Religion


It might be a quest

And a half

But do it for yourself

For your own behalf

Turn back to Allah.

What do you think? please don’t forget to comment. 🙂


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