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When I say..I am a Muslim,
I'm not shouting: "Down with Christians and Jews"
I am whispering: "I seek peace"
and Islam is the path that I choose.

When I say.. I am a Muslim,
I speak of this with pride.
And confess that sometimes I stumble,
and need Allah to be my guide.

When I say..I am a Muslim,
I know this makes me strong.
And in those times when I am weak,
I pray to Allah for strength to carry on.

When I say. . . I am a Muslim,
I'm not boasting of success.
I'm acknowledging that Allah has rescued me,
and I cannot ever repay the debt.

When I say..I am a Muslim,
I'm not claiming to be perfect.
My flaws are indeed visible,
but Allah forgives because his followers are worth it.

When I say..I am a Muslim,
it does not mean I will never feel pain.
I still have my share of heartaches,
which is why I invoke Allah's name.

When I say..I am a Muslim,
I do not wish to judge.
I have no such authority
My duty is to submit to Allah's all-encompassing love.



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Friendship for the sake of Allah

The holy passion of Friendship
For the sake of Allah
Is Built on trust, honesty and love
So sweet , loyal and enduring
Lasting through a whole lifetime
Surviving through thick and thin, ups and down
Together painting the song of love
On the canvas of friendship for the sake of Allah
Spreading the colours of life
following the rhythm of our hearts

Friendship for the sake of Allah has magic,
specially when they come from the heart.
They can touch us, move us, delight us, and enlighten us,
Making us shed tears and at times blooming in smiles
Enriching our deepest memories
True friendship for the sake of Allah can bind a stranger to another,
often in friendship, sometimes in love, always in better understanding.
love and passion words
communicate deep and profound feelings of the heart and soul.
Sharing the feelings, the experience of life
In giving its living
In sharing its budding
Sharing sadness and joy
In the clutches of warm and comfort
In Allah’s bounteous mercy
In Allah’s everlasting Love
Our friendship will endure…………………………..​


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The beauty of a woman:
Is not in the clothes she wears,
the figure that she carries,
or the way she combs her hair,
or the style she does make up.
The beauty of a woman:
must be seen in her Hijab, and her eyes,
because that is the doorway to her heart,
the place where love resides.
The beauty of a woman:
is not in a facial mole,
but true beauty in a woman,
is reflected in her soul.
The beauty of woman is in her modesty.
And the real glamour of her is her honesty.
It is the caring that she lovingly gives,
the passion that she shows.
And the beauty of a woman,
with passing years - only grows!

(Author:NurSakinah Thomas)​


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Just like I love my Salah,
and people say MashAllah,
I just want to thank you Allah,
For everything you’ve given me,
I don’t want to be ungrateful,
or sinful.
You see people are asleep,
and don’t even wake up to the beep of fajr
to claim the ajar !!
How can one be so ignorant to the Prophet’s message?
so simple to decipher,
imagine all that knowledge,
to pass to your brothers,
your sisters, your friends,
now it all depends.
If you’re going to take heed,
or you going to mislead,
your fellow Muslims,
the end is so close,
so dispose of your sins,
and leave them in the bins,
this is where your new life begins,
and one step closer to the Sirat-ul-Mustaqeem,
so lets redeem ourselves,
and remember Islam isn’t downstream or a dream,
or even mainstream,
build up your self esteem,
get on the prayer mat,
and pray your salah,
and do taubah,
to Allah (swt)!

(source: unknown)​


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Life after Death

You only live once so sit back and enjoy

No time for sorrows so fill it up with joy

This way of thinking is totally wrong

Our total existence is forever long

Life is for eternity its stages are four

The first is in the womb, but hold on there’s more

The second is from birth until the moment we die

The third takes place in the place where we lie

Barzakh is it’s name until judgement day

The fourth is eternity and in heaven we pray!

The soul splits from the body at the time we die

Then with the angel of death, they both will fly

If the person is pious, the angel looks handsome

And the wicked will wish, that they could ransom

For the pious, the soul is taken on a piece of silk

Eventually, they’re in heaven with rivers of milk

The evil person’s soul is dragged out with pain

Then they know, their life was in vain

When Allah swt gives the order, the soul is returned

Either to a bed of paradise, or else to be burned

The soul is returned, while the family are grieving

And then he is questioned while his loved ones are leaving

At that time the person will be in such a state

He is asked three questions which determine his fate

He will be panicking, his heart full of fear

When he sees the angels, Munkar and Nakeer

He will be asked about his God, religion and what did he say

About the person who appears in front of him that day

That will be Muhammed SAWS, who can save us from hell

The pious will recognize him, but others won’t tell

After answering rightly they are saved from the ordeal

Of the torments of the grave, which to us seem unreal

Their grave is extended and in peace they stay

They will praise Allah SWT and continue to pray

A window of paradise is seen and they sleep in bliss

Whereas the unbelievers grave becomes hell’s abyss

Creatures are let loose on their fronts and back

Their graves close in until their ribs will crack

They are in constant agony until judgement day

Nothing will help, it will be too late to pray

They will know because of themselves, their future is wrecked

But they won’t have a clue what to further expect

For the believer , it passes like a good night’s sleep

His good deeds have been done, the rewards he shall keep

Judgement day will pass like the time for a prayer

At the speed of light he crosses the bridge, thin as a hair

And before he knows it, he is in paradise

Whereas the unbeliever, will be paying his price

This life is a journey, death isn’t the end

Real life goes on, so don’t just pretend

So prepare now, we’re not here to stay

Follow Islam, the key is to pray

Brothers and sisters take this advice

You’ll be proud of yourself, when in paradise!​


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If the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) visited you:
If the Prophet Muhammad visited you just for a day or two; If he came unexpectedly I wonder what you'd do. Oh! I know you'd give your nicest room to such an honored guest; And all the food you'd serve to him would be the very best; And you would keep assuring him, you're glad to have him there; Is beyond compare.

But... when you saw him coming, would you meet him at the door with arms outstretched in welcome to your visitor?

Or... would you have to change your clothes before you let him in? Or hide some magazines and put the Quran where they had been?
Would you still watch X-rated movies on your TV set? Or would you rush to switch off before he gets upset?

Would you turn off the radio and hope he hadn't heard? and wish you hadn't uttered that last loud nasty word?

Would you hide you worldly music and instead take Hadith books out? Could you let him walk right in, Or would you rush about?

And, I wonder... if the Prophet spent a day or two with you, Would you go right on doing the things you always do? Would you go right on saying the things you always say? Would life for you continue as it does from day to day?

Would your family conversation keep its usual pace And would you find it hard each meal to say a table grace?

Would you keep up each and every prayer, without putting a frown? And would you always jump up early for prayer at dawn?

Would you sing the songs you always do and read the books you read? And let him know things on which your mind and spirit feed?

Would you take the Prophet with you Everywhere you plan to go? Or would you , maybe, change your plan just for a day or so?

Would you be glad to have him meet your very closest friends? Or would you hope they'd stay away until his visit ends?

Would you be glad to have him stay for ever on and on? Or would you sigh with great relief when he at last was gone?

It might be interesting to know the things you would do if the Prophet Muhammad, in person, came to spend some time with you.
I wonder...
Do you think that Allah does not see you when you are committing this great sin? Allah says: “Truly, nothing is hidden from Allah, in the earth or in the heaven” [Quran 3:5]
Just be honest with yourself and ask, are we ready to invite him anytime? If no, than its ever too late, its your chance to change before you regret.
[“Lest a person should say (on Judgment Day) ‘Alas, my grief that I was undutiful to Allah and I was indeed among those who mocked (at the truth). Or (lest) he should say: ‘If only Allah had guided me, I should indeed have been among the pious. Or (lest) he should say when he sees the torment: ‘If only I had another chance (to return to the world), then I should indeed be among the good-doers”] (Quran 39:56-58)
TODAY, you have the chance so don’t loose it..just sit for 5 mins alone and ask youself..what do I need to change? and how? and before all ask Allah for help...


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Does She?

She eats, she sleeps
She laughs, she weeps
She sees, she hears
She shops, she wears,
But does she remember to do the five prayers?

Author: Khadija