Reality of this Dunya

Ever since my childhood, I had this in my conscience that Ibadah done during sadness/wanting something is some kind of business/trade. Allah created humans with own hands, this honour is huge enough to worship him because that honour is not bestowed upon any other creation. That is unconditional love and Ibadah. And he is worthy of worship.

Every Prophet (pbut), Sahaba (r.a) and Auliya Allah (rm) went through tests a person can’t even imagine, and their ranks are being raised to such levels a person can’t even perceive.

Sometimes you remain quiet for years, just thinking you should take a walk solemnly and refrain from anymore confusion involving someone else’s Izzah (honour). BUT when you see the level of disdain for you on display you simply can’t help but speak up. Through out your entire life most of your Ibadahs were directed in pleasing ALLAH alone. It is just that you to have falter in your expression and not being able to pull up best words and other party uses that opportunity to the best of their ability to nail you down. At this very moments you look towards heavens and think through out your entire life you even guarded your lips let alone other things, yet your words get cherry-picked and your existence gets insulted and thrown into the dustbin of “desires”. Why people can’t be proper, rather then running descriptions, additions and extrapolations. Why beating around bushes?

Misuse of Destiny:

In remote region in India a woman gets married to a dog ?

Without partial free-will we wouldn’t be here, so stop throwing everything on Loh-e-mahfooz. Everything is written down in Loh-e-mahfooz because it is known to Allah Ta’ala. Without partial free-will we would have been called Angels NOT Humans.

Marriage is shaped by the will of man/woman, so takes part in the first part of destiny. If marriage were a predestined absolute, no choices and no advises would be effective on it. But if we pay attention to the ahadith, we see that Prophet Mohammed (صلى الله عليه وسلم – Sallallaho Alaihi Wa’sallam) gave many advises about marriage. For a Muslim, this point is a clue proving that marriage is a decision shaped with our free will.

We clearly understand from Hadith that we choose our spouse with our free-will. If marriage were a predestined absolute, the Blessed Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) wouldn’t give any advises about it.

Sometimes Allah shows reality of this world in very strange manner, that is the reason why it is called Dunya.

Dr. Zakir Naik’s EPIC Letter to India’s Extremist PM & Media

Here are the excerpts from the open letter:dr-zakir-naik-letter-to-modi

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It has been over two months since the ghastly terror attack in Dhaka, and over one month since I’ve been asking myself what exactly have I done to become the enemy number one of the media as well as the State and Central Government. For someone who has spent 25 years in promoting peace, spreading greater awareness of Islam and talking about similarities between religions and condemning injustices, the last two months have been a rude shock to me. A shock of immense proportions. I’m not only disappointed in the way things are being conducted but alarmed at where they are heading.

I’m alarmed at the murder of democracy and strangulation of fundamental rights and the precedence it is setting for times to come. I’m also alarmed at how the system, media and the agencies Continue reading “Dr. Zakir Naik’s EPIC Letter to India’s Extremist PM & Media”

27th Ramadan 1947: The Day To Remember

It was 27th Ramadan (14th Aug) 1947, Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala) blessed Muslims of South Asia with their own homeland restored and given freedom from hodgepodge created by British empire forcibly. And the only country that re-emerged in the name of Islam. And only Muslim Nuclear power, emerged on world map as 7th Nuclear Power known as Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Continue reading “27th Ramadan 1947: The Day To Remember”

Google & anti-Muslim video

google ordered to remove innocence of MuslimsYoutube.com

Google says: they  strongly disagree with this ruling and fight it.

Lets check out Google Youtube’s terms and conditions page &  their own double standards:

6. Your Content and Conduct

B. You shall be solely responsible for your own Content and the consequences of submitting and publishing your Content on the Service. You affirm, represent, and warrant that you own or have the necessary licenses, rights, consents, and permissions to publish Content you submit; and you license to YouTube all patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights in and to such Content for publication on the Service pursuant to these Terms of Service.

D. You further agree that Content you submit to the Service will not contain third party copyrighted material, or material that is subject to other third party proprietary rights, unless you have permission from the rightful owner of the material or you are otherwise legally entitled to post the material and to grant YouTube all of the license rights granted herein.

If that was not enough for them then lets read community guidlines:

Graphic or gratuitous violence is not allowed. If your video shows someone being physically hurt, attacked, or humiliated, don’t post it.

We encourage free speech and defend everyone’s right to express unpopular points of view. But we don’t permit hate speech (speech which attacks or demeans a group based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, and sexual orientation/gender identity).

So, humiliating the sentiments of approx 2 Billion Muslims is ok for them.

Are these guidelines ONLY for amuzement or they are used to protect non-Muslims. In this situation no one is to blame than us (Muslims), Google has slapped and humiliated the sentiments of Muslims yet we won’t learn.

Whereas, on the other side:

Thousands of “Let’s Play” YouTube videos depicting bloggers playing popular games were flagged as breaching copyright, blocking payments from adverts to the operators of some hugely popular channels.

Game publishers vow to help YouTubers fight rogue copyright assault

On one hand google is fighting the case to restore hateful & infringing video against Muslims and on other hand they have brought down popular game play videos EVEN the game publishers are supporting the video bloggers.

Ten Comments You Will Hear Before Pursuing Your Deen

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For anyone who ever thought of growing a full fist-length beard, observing proper hijab and/or niqab, or dressing in an Islamic manner but have not been able to do so, this is a must read for you.  Insha Allah, it may serve to be a source of inspiration for those who wish to pursue Islamic education.  But most importantly, it serves to be a reminder for me and Insha Allah, a means of earning Allah’s pleasure by getting people to practice the Deen in its entirety.

Unfortunately, just before you take your first step on the righteous journey to pursue your Deen, your nafs and shaytaan be it your own shaytaan or people around you, even the ones who deeply care for you, will give you awful “advice” and sincere “nasihah”.  Perhaps it may not be because they have evil intentions.  It is because they do not understand the big picture—what your…

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Are we “born to be free”?

“Freewill is the most difficult of God’s gifts to understand or appreciate. The person who gives up selfish freedom and agrees to be God’s servant will always be truly free.” Freedom is one of the most valuable things there is, although many of us have no idea how precious it is until we suffer the loss of it. It is considered to be one of the basic human rights, and to attempt to withhold that right without very just cause is a most serious sin. We all like to think that we are free, and that we have freewill when making our choices in life – but let us think for a moment about the realities of the situation. Are we really born to be free? And if, in what ways? What does this mean for us? Continue reading “Are we “born to be free”?”

Reality of west and darkness in hearts

By our deeds and blunders we have given birth to such a hell that whoever is living inside it, he’s burning in its dazzling heat and it’s ill-smelling smoke is choking his breath. And those who leave from here, no matter how much pain they are put into then, no matter how homeless they feel, no matter how much discrimination they have to undergo by the local citizens of that foreign territory, no matter how much they fear the misleading of their children, yet they feel more at comfort there than in this hell. They cry missing their homeland yet they fear while coming back home.

Fear of getting killed on the roads of this country for no reason terrorizes them. Fear of getting kidnapped for ransom makes their hair stand in horror. Forced bribery for everything ranging from minor daily activities to big tasks haunts them. Therefore they reach the conclusion that this country is not fit for living. It’s better to send money to their relatives living here, give charity to the social institutions of this country to collect some reward for the day of judgement and if possible, or better pull their relatives out from this country and make them settle abroad. They think that if possible, it’s good to not even imagine coming to this country let alone living in this hell.

This ideology is getting more and morewest and darkness concrete in those minds. From worldly perspective, this point of view is somewhat true as well as realistic. It’s natural that human beings will prefer living where there is peace, satisfaction, financial benefits and a secure family future. But what horrifies me is that we Muslims, due to our own corruptness and moral demise, are injecting this evil ideology into our dead brains that “whatever moral, social and cultural values the west has
adopted, only those values can assure mankind reaching its pinnacle. Continue reading “Reality of west and darkness in hearts”