Palestine. Save our Palestine.


Free Palestine.

Totally blessed to be able to be to step into the blessed land of Aqsa. Ignorant me only knew about Al-Aqsa late 2012 and within just one year, Allah has granted my prayer. Alhamdulillah. 

Ranted on family WA group that we (more like me only cz I wear the niqab) were held back for 5 hours plus at Israel custom but Abah said I’m lucky I had to wait for 5 hours only cz many waited for 50 years to get to Al-Aqsa but still haven’t got the chance to do so. Alhamdulillah.


People always portray Dome of Rock as Masjidil Aqsa. This is the real Masjidil Aqsa.

And I felt more blessed when hubby said this to me: “Your second time praying Solat Jumaat and it’s at Aqsa.” Cz the first time ever I prayed Solat Jumaat was during the day of my nikah and hubby was the Imam. Heeee…

Right after Solat Jumaat, heard a loud gun shot outside Masjidil Aqsa, but I was praying inside the Dome of Rock. While searching for hubby, I saw a very brave scene. Israel soldiers were shooting gas while the people of Aqsa, majority of them were youngsters, were walking bravely towards them while throwing stones and shouting “Laa ila ha illallah!” together.


Dome of Rock, not Masjidil Aqsa. The media has successfully manipulated this fact.

Subhanallah. Such bravery. And if people were to relate Man of Steel with Superman, they surely have not seen the People of Aqsa who are the real Men of Steel. 


It was quite a scene outside Masjidil Aqsa after Jumuah Prayer.

Du’a is their weapon.
Wudhu’ is their armour.
That to me, is what being Muslim all about. When we fight, we fight to die.

Situations outside of Jerusalem.

Kids and teenagers from almost everywhere around the world usually complain: “Urgh! I have no freedom!” 

Well, you don’t know the real meaning of ‘no freedom’ till you see these kids in Palestine. They are being treated like animals which are trapped in their own habitat while being watched out by some cruel zookeepers. 


Look at the red arrow. Seriously? What harm can these kids bring?

Innocent and helpless children can’t play around happily cz of the fear of being shot down for no apparent reason. I don’t even know if these kids know the meaning of toys cz they are full time beggars. 


Kids as young as 3 years old, running after visitors for donations.

Doors of homes of innocent families are being locked by Israel soldiers because that’s how much they hate them for doing nothing. Imagine your old and frail grandmother having to go in and out the house through the small window via a ladder. Imagine if she’s having a sudden heart attack and needs to be rushed to the hospital. 


Home sweet home?

Taxi driver told us that it’s easy to distinguish a Palestinian home and an Israeli home. Look out for water tanks on the roof top. Because these Israelis can just stop supplying water to the Palestinians as and when they like and for as long as they wish. And if you don’t know, rain in Middle Eastern countries are rare.

Palestinians can’t roam around in their own country freely. People who stay outside of Jerusalem are being denied of their own rights to visit Al-Aqsa. And every Muslim knows how much the blessed land of Al-Aqsa meant to us. The closest they could get to see the shining Dome of Rock is from a highland. And to be honest, when the taxi driver showed us the Dome of Rock from that distance, blind bat me couldn’t see a thing.

Taxi driver then brought us to a mountain. And he showed the Palestinian boundaries and Israeli boundaries. And he said that the Israeli boundaries are growing like cancer. They trick and they kill to conquer the land that’s not even theirs in the first place.


Look at that white caravans. It’s the Israeli’s way of expanding their territory. So cunning.

This is worse than terrorism. Intruding into the homes of innocent people and killing them, tell me, what would you describe that? But I’m sorry, these victims are Muslims. Would you even care?

Let’s not even talk about Gaza.

They’re preparing for the arrivals of something… What’s that “something”? Almost everything that’s happening in this world and especially in the media are preparing for this “something”. Unknowingly, all of us are part of this system which will cause great destruction.




From the title, I’m pretty sure some can guess what I’m gonna write about. Yeap, it’s about the song Happy by Pharrell Williams but the Happy British Muslims version. To those who don’t know what’s that, just search on YouTube “Happy British Muslims” and you’ll get it.

There are of cz many opinions on this video and this is mine (& inputs from my husband). I’m not sharing that video on my post because I won’t share things that can misrepresent the true meaning of Islam. So you got it! I’m violently against that video.



There are many reasons why.

Firstly, (I’m sorry but I’m not being sexist towards my own gender) there are ladies dancing around and the whole world is watching at them! Aren’t we supposed to hijab (cover) ourselves from our non-mahram brothers? Come on, there are other ladies out there that are trying their best to represent Islam in it’s most pure form, and just by that 4 minutes video, the whole world now thinks that Muslimah around the world are supposed to dress and behave that way. For what? As a form of liberation and free from oppression?

Our perspectives on liberation and free from oppression are so influenced by the West!

However so, it is also not right for guys to jump around to prove to the whole world that they are happy! What type of Khalifah are we trying to build here? You mean you can still give your utmost respect to your Ustaz/Ustazah if you see him/her dancing and jumping around in that video? Imagine your friend showed you the video in class, and you saw the teacher that’s teaching you at that  moment was in the video jumping around like a monkey. So what you gonna do next? You’re gonna mimic whatever your teacher was doing in that video! If my future son gonna show me that kind of video with his teacher in it, I will not think a second to get him out from that class. Or… I will not hesitate to be a typical Singaporean mum and complain to the school about that particular teacher.

Of cz, bro. It’s a serious issue.

Secondly, do we really need a happy video as a proof that we Muslims are happy? Why so superficial??? Why are we so concerned of what people think about relating Islam with terrorism? There’s nothing more detrimental than trying to “eradicate” this misconception with a bunch of Muslims dancing around which supposedly to show that we Muslims are peaceful people; just like people of other religions. Their intention is right, but their actions are totally strayed away from the real teachings of Prophet Muhammad SAW! On top of the misrepresentation of Islam that media has already portrayed, we’re just adding salt to the wound by showing to the world another side of Islam that is also being misrepresented! So when the real Islamic teachings are brought across, then it must be a Wahabi teaching. LOL.

Most people don’t think of the consequences when they do something.

I’m sorry. I’m not trying to be sarcastic from the start but just look at how much we’ve strayed away from what our beloved Prophet PBUH has taught us? Which brings me to my third point.

Why do we have to fit in so hard in order for others to accept Islam? Do we really need to resort to happy video, music or anything likened to it so that we get accepted by the society?

“Oh, we need to keep ourselves updated and we must give da’wah in accordance to the evolution of time!”

So you mean during our Prophet’s time, his society had no such thing as dancing, music, etc? Well my friends, their lives were entertainment. They were always dancing, singing, drinking intoxication, partying, … you name it, you get it. If in the past that era was called Jahiliyyah, we are also experiencing modern Jahiliyyah right now.

Starring… all of us!

Every Muslim knows that our Prophet PBUH is the best of mankind and he’s the most exemplary human being. So why not we follow his footsteps? Why not we do what he did, and leave what he left? Don’t we believe and have faith in his wisdoms?

If we do, then we should stop spreading Islam with entertainment elements in it! Prophet PBUH has never danced, sang or played musical instruments, in order to attract people into Islam and we know that his society was far much worse than ours!

Remember my friends… We don’t have to stoop so low till it brings damage to this beautiful religion of Allah SWT that Prophet Muhammad SAW had painstakingly placed in this world. He suffered so much so that Islam could flourish and we repay him back by making a joke of Islam…?

Please… For a moment just think of our actions. Before we want to do something or attend an event, please think again if our Prophet PBUH will ever do that. If we truly love him, then we should emulate his actions because his actions were of the Quran. I believe, only by that way, can we truly liberate Islam from the hands of the irresponsible.

The Messenger of Allah PBUH said: “Islam began as a something strange and it will return to being strange, so blessed are the strangers.” [Sahih Muslim]

The Messenger of Allah PBUH said: “There will come a time when holding on to your Iman (belief) will be like holding on to hot coals” [Tirmidhi]

Islam gets so strange till people get confused between truths and lies. It takes great Iman and lots of sacrifices to hold on to this strangeness. So rejoice even if you’re alone in this journey in seeking the truth.

Before I end, being happy is not only through physical means. To achieve happiness means to achieve peace and tranquility in our heart with the constant remembrance of Allah SWT; to do good and leave evil.

“The Unbelievers say: “Why is not a Sign sent down to him from his Lord?” Say: “Truly Allah leaveth to stray whom He will; but He guideth to Himself those who turn to Him in penitence (repentance). Those who believe and whose hearts find satisfaction in the remembrance of Allah: for without doubt in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find satisfaction. For those who believe and work righteousness is (every) blessedness and a beautiful place of (final) return.””(Ar-Ra’d:27-29)

The West likes it when we are becoming similar to them. Can’t you see why?




Late last year, 2 days before the day of my solemnization, I had Tilawah examination. The Ustaz whom invigilated me saw me for the first time and right after I finished reciting the Qur’an, he talked to me.

Ustaz: This is the first time I’ve seen a student from Human Sciences (from Singapore) who wears the niqab. Why you wear the niqab?

Me: To avoid from doing more sins, Ustaz.

Ustaz: So in Singapore do you follow any group?

Me: Huh? What do you mean?

Ustaz: I mean, salafi or anything??

Me: Ouh… No la. I’m a Muslim. 🙂

Nice to meet you, Hulk. I’m Muslim.

I was quite taken aback when he asked me if I’m following any group back in Singapore cz in all honesty, I didn’t know what kind of groups he was referring to. After quite some times, I began to understand about the different groups that the Ustaz was asking.

Coming from secular background, I was quite ignorant about what these groups are all about. I didn’t want to get involved into these groups neither do I even want to know what was it all about. Being a Muslimah back then was way easier. Being ignorant was easy.

Back then when I went for any Islamic talks or seminars, I will just take in everything at face value. If it sounds rather sound to me, then it must be true. But I was wrong. Very very wrong. What may sound as legit, may actually be untrue. I once used a popular Hadith in social media but it turns out to be a false Hadith! Astarghfirullahaladzim… I was so lucky cz after a few minutes I posted that on social media, a friend of mine told me that the Hadith was a fabricated one. And what’s the consequence of spreading fabricated Hadith?

The Prophet PBUH said, “Whoever tells a lie against me then (surely) let him occupy his seat in Hell-fire.” [Bukhari]

That Hadith above is enough to scare me like crazy.

Try sitting on this chair for just a millisecond.

Alhamdulillah now that I’m wiser, it made me thinking, “Since there are many Ahadith (pl. for hadith) that are widely available be it from social media or from our local Asatizah, then how are supposed to distinguish Sahih (true) Ahadith from weak or fabricated ones?”

I won’t say all Madrasah, but in some Madrasah, students are not allowed to ask questions pertaining to what was being taught. To some, it is disrespectful to ask things that are already written and practised by Islamic scholars of past centuries. This may be one of the main factors why there are many murtads recently – they are not allowed to ask questions and are forced to swallow every information given. And it is not surprising if there are more new comers to the Singapore Murtad Association in the near future if their “what deemed as silly” questions left unanswered. This is a serious problem and need to be tackled as soon as possible. 

I applaud these people for having critical minds to ask and not becoming like me, who just wished to stay ignorant. So please Asatizah, these people can either grow successfully in your hands or just wilt and eventually die (spiritually).

Another trend in Singapore and Malaysia especially, we are too focused on labelling someone into a certain group just because he or she has different views from the traditional and mainstream teachings. This is, in my opinion, a very crucial problem in our Muslim society and this is, in my opinion again, the main factor for the division amongst the Ummah.

It is indeed very saddening to see how hypocrite people can be. At one point they say, “We must make sure that the Ummah is undivided!” and the next moment, “Your beliefs are not in line with ours, you’re a Wahabi!”. Believe me, this is not an exaggerated scene. 

Recently a friend of mine was promoting an Islamic event based on a book of a particular great scholar of Islam, then I said something that makes it seems like as though I’m “belittling” that great scholar. Of cz, a few refuted back. I wanted to refute back, but my husband had to stop me and said, “It’s better not to reply back because people will start labelling you as a Wahabi.”

I was super disappointed. Why is it so easy for someone to be given the title “Wahabi” just because he or she has opposing views from the majority? Do they even know the real definition of a Wahabi? I asked my husband, “how many percent of the Muslim population in Singapore actually follows the teachings of Muhammad Bin ‘Abd-al-Wahab (founder of Wahabism)?” And he said, maybe only around 5%. 

People are worried about the rising popularity of Sheikh Google but they are not worried about the rising numbers of famous Asatizah who became stars overnight. Having lots of Asatizah and famous ones are not what that worry me, but what worries me is that when we are a follower of a particular famous Asatizah, we tend to believe everything that the Asatizah says. They are humans too and they too can bring inaccurate information regarding Islam and what’s worse is when those Asatizah just don’t know how to say “I don’t know”.

Saying “I don’t know” won’t make you look stupid. It can save the whole generation from your “intelligent” guess.

Almost everyone in the medical industry are called ‘Doctors’. A heart surgeon is a Doctor. A dentist is a Doctor. But you won’t possibly go to a heart surgeon asking about your toothache! Same goes in this context. People don’t realise that Islam is very vast and we have different specialists too! Almost everyone are called ‘Ustaz’ and ‘Ustazah’. A person who specialises in the tafsir of Qur’an is an Ustaz/Ustazah. A person who specialises in Hadith is an Ustaz/Ustazah. A person who specialises in Fiqh is also an Ustaz/Ustazah. There are many other branches of Islamic knowledge that one can specialise in and they are called by the same title!

What I’m trying to imply on is that, how you treat Doctors and their specialities, you too must treat Ustaz/Ustazah the same way. If you ask Ustaz Nouman Ali Khan about the Hadith, I’m pretty sure he will say “I’m not from that field, you may want to find someone else who is an expert in the Hadith”. Why? Because he specialises in the tafsir of Qur’an. And have you ever gone to a seminar where there are several speakers and before the Q&A starts they will say “I specialised in _____. Don’t ask me anything that’s not from my field.” That my friend, is the kind of teacher that we should learn from.

Let’s take a look at this picture:

You must be kidding me right?

Astarghfirullahaladzim… I was fuming mad when I saw this on Facebook. Bilal Philips? Yusuf Estes? Abdurrahman Green? Towfiq Chaudry? Zakir Naik? THEY’RE ALL WAHABI?! YOU SERIOUS BRO? You must be kidding me. I must have been a Wahabi all this while then! Goodness gracious! In all respects, I won’t give any opinion on any of “Our Islamic Scholars”.

Whenever I look at that picture, I will Istighfar countless of times. I grew up spiritually listening to their lectures on Youtube. How much impact they’ve left on me and just because they choose to follow strictly to the Qur’an and Sunnah and they don’t wish to follow Bid’ah (innovations in ‘Ibadah), you call them Wahabi? Ya Allah… For instance, is it wrong if to them they believe that music is Haram? And they even give justifications from Qur’an and Hadith before putting a hukum on something. But have you ever heard anyone of them saying that if you’re doing a Bid’ah, you’re a Kafir?

I’ve said too much. So what can we do then?

  • Remember that Asatizah, or any Islamic Scholars have flaws too. As long they are humans, they are not flawless. Know their strengths and be careful of what they are not specialised in. Don’t be mad when someone points out the weakness in your favourite Scholar because he or she may be right. Have an open discussion with an open mind.
  • Never settle down till you find out the truth. Really, this is crucial. I believe that if you’re determined in finding the truth, Allah SWT will bring the truth to you. It comes in a form of niat (intention) and finding people who are experts in that particular field.
  • Do not label anyone. Please don’t. Anyone who declares him or herself as a Muslim, will always remain a Muslim no matter whatever he or she believes in. As long it doesn’t go against any Islamic rulings, then insyaAllah it will be fine. Usually it is the case of whether this is more accurate or that is more accurate. That’s all.
  • Know your “enemy”. This, I learn from my husband. Especially those people who are being coloured from the majority. And just a tips, usually people who are being called Wahabis are those who specialised in Hadith. Maybe you might want to go to these people and ask them which field they’re from and see if my prediction is correct. If it’s correct, then I urge you to ask them why they’re called Wahabis. You might just be surprised and your whole view on Islam might change. You’ll be a critical Muslim after that, insyaAllah.

Disclaimer: Imam Syafie loved Ahlulbayt yet he was never a Shiite.

There are much bigger problems that are happening in this world, my Brothers and Sisters. Why are we dividing ourselves when we need to unite as one because we have other Brothers and Sisters from another part of the world who are dying? We should know our priorities. We should know our real enemy. Take a moment to feel their pain.

Our enemies are the same group of people who control the media and killing innocent lives. What are their motives?

ps: I’ve never really ask anyone to share any of my post. But for this, if you think this can bring benefit to the Ummah, please help me to spread this message. Jazakallu khairan kathira. 🙂


I’m A Man Stuck In A Lady’s Body



A wonderful Makcik (Auntie) just gave me tips on how I can make my husband happy and she cheekily said this:

“Wear back your clothes before your ‘civilisation’ (hijrah) *cheeky monkey emoticons*”.

And I replied:

“Hehe. But I used to be a tomboy.”

Yeap, that was me. I never really wore any dresses nor do I have pretty pretty skirts. My normal dressings would be my Bros’ t-shirts and jeans. And during my secondary school days, my favourite attire would be cap, t-shirt and bermudas. And uh-huh, all of them are my Bros’. I still remember my “first date” when I was in sec 2, I wore that and my friend had to put on some make up on me because I refused to wear her dress. Haha. And of cz, that “relationship” did not last that long (really, it was just a month or two.). Plus during that time, I was into breakdancing but I never really had any good guy friends (I was super sarcastic, guys hated me). I was so close to this classmate of mine, people asked if we’re lesbians. At that point of time, my knowledge about Lesbian, Gays, Bisexual and Transexual (LGBT) was very minimal – almost zero.


However so, in primary school, I had a friend who was a tomboy too. And I thought we were similar. To me, we were just more inclined towards guys’ clothing and nothing to do with being a butch (the guy version of lesbian). I didn’t give LGBT much thoughts till I was in pre-university.

**I will be using some of my encounters with bisexuals, lesbians and butches in my writing. So if you’re reading this and feel offended, please forgive me. Of cz I will not expose your names, but just take this as a way in creating a better Ummah, insyaAllah.**

When I was 17, that’s when I was widely exposed to LGBT. Lesbians and bisexuals were everywhere. It was a norm. And what’s worrying, almost 90% of them were Muslims. Even my close friend was a butch. We were so close, people got the idea that we were lesbian couple. She once told me that her weekly Madrasah asked them to write an essay about lesbianism and she scored full marks for that. If she knows being a lesbian is haraam, why did she still become one?

My first experience a girl liking me when I was going 18. While studying, I worked as well and this girl at my workplace, who’s a bisexual, texted me saying she likes me. On new year’s eve, she gave me a love letter asking me for answer. She mentioned in the letter something like “if loving you is a sin, I’m willing to be sinned by God”. I didn’t give her my answer, instead I consulted my mum.

Me: Mama, I learn in my weekly Madrasah that if we hold hands with someone who’s not our muhrim, in the Hereafter, our hands will be struck by lightning. So isn’t it better if I be with a girl, so we can hold hands and not get struck by lightning?

Mama: If you hold hands with a non-muhrim, you get struck by lightning once. If you hold a girl’s hand with the feeling of lust, you’ll  be struck by lightning twice.

Oookaaay. I don’t know whether the punishment that my mum said was true, but I got the direction she was trying to bring me. And yes, for an 18 year old, I was that naive to ask my mum. Haha. And so, I didn’t get together with the girl but I still went out with her like a normal friend. Once she brought me to meet her “family”; her lesbian family. The “family” was complete with “father”, “mother”, “daughters”, “sons”. Again, all of them were Muslims. But there was something about them that was entertaining and kept me wanting to meet them again. No doubt, they were fun people and I was almost going to be a part of the “family”.  Again, they know it’s a sin, why do they still turn into one? 

But… Isn’t this the real meaning of naive? =/

After A levels, I got to know more butches, lesbians and bisexuals when I started working as a camp instructor. Again, almost 90% of them were Muslims. They were all fun people and can take harsh jokes. While my time as a camp instructor, I got into an abusive relationship. I cut my hair super short and wanted to be a butch myself. But I consulted my friends who were butches, and they stopped me. They said the life they’re living are full of dramas and if possible, they want to get out of this complicated cycle.



Then, it got me wondered. Why they stopped me but they can’t tell themselves to stop being whatever they were being then? If they don’t like the life they’re living, then why is it so hard to get out from there? Are they really born to like people of the same gender? Is it really nature or nurture?

When I was in 19, somehow half of my questions were answered. I was already wearing the hijab then, but there was a girl who likes me. We were very close. She’s like a normal Muslim girl who prays regularly, fasts, is generous but she’s a lesbian. I treat her like a sister, but she treated me otherwise. She was really offended when I became cold towards her when she confessed to me. All she ever wanted me to do was to accept her for who she was. But to me that was a huge demand. I finally accepted her for who she was cz I didn’t want to spoil the friendship we had. She shared a lot about herself and said that she first knew about her inclination towards the same gender when she was in K2, 6 years old.

From all these encounters, I’ve gathered that as complicated as it may seem, all these are not nature, it’s nurtured. Look deep inside. What causes you to be a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender?

I used to ask myself: “Why do I wear guy’s attire? Why I have no tolerance with girls and their dramas? Why am I rough?”The answer is actually simpler than I thought. When I was way way younger, my eldest brother and eldest sister were being sent to Tahfiz at Malaysia. My only buddy was my second brother. And due to financial reasons, we don’t really have much toys to play. So whenever we got the chance to buy toys, my second brother and I will get one toy to play and share. He couldn’t possibly play with Barbie, so we had to opt for Hot Wheels. And when my second brother was sent to Tahfiz together with my other siblings, I was alone. At 9 years old, I was forced to be independent while my parents were busy with their food stall at Temasek Polytechnic (TP). After school I had to go to TP till my parents finish manning the stall. So tiny me always look for some adventure in that huge school alone. My surroundings and environment made me into the tomboy-ish girl.

Another one of the major reasons is due to a need. The need to be loved. Everyone wants to love and be loved. But sometimes there are certain factors that stopped us from getting the love that we need. Sometimes our physical appearance hinders us from attracting the opposite attention. But how??? We are still human! We need to feel loved! Well, that’s when we start resorting to turning our nature self. The devil’s whispers win over you and you start to believe that you’re actually born that way. Need is such a strong factor, that’s why a person who is in dire need for money will tend to steal. If your need for Allah SWT is strong, then you will find all ways to get closer to Him.

And this reason is especially applicable to bisexuals. When you realised the opposite gender is a jerk! That was what happened to me when I wanted to be a butch. Well, this phenomenon is very worrying yet people aren’t realising how much damage one is doing on oneself. One of my bisexual friends told me she got together with a girl because her previous boyfriend cheated on her and left her after she gave “everything” to him.  To me, being a bisexual after meeting a jerk is a form of self hatred. You hated the person that was stupid enough to believe everything that the jerk said.

Because they’re boys, not men.


I believe there are many other reasons for someone to turn into a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transsexual. But for sure, whatever Lady Gaga said about being ‘born this way’ is nothing but just propaganda. Do you believe in Lady Gaga or do you believe in Allah SWT more?

I just watched “Kids React to Gay Marriage” on Youtube and it has over 14million views. At such young age they exposed these kids to accept these sinful actions. Of cz they didn’t force the kids to accept but take note of the first reactions of young kids who watched the Gay Marriage videos for the first time. The older kids said that people are selfish for not letting people the freedom to be with whom they love.

Well of cz others are selfish and these LGBTs are not.

Let’s not even touch on religion.

Aren’t you selfish when your parents painstakingly brought you up and their only wish before they die is for you to continue with the lineage but you decided to stay with the person you love and hence stopping the cycle?

Aren’t you selfish if you decide to go other countries where gay marriage is legalised and leaving your whole family behind?

Aren’t you selfish when your family members being humiliated by others just because you want to pursue your love?

Aren’t you selfish when you adopt a child, and when the child is growing up, he/she didn’t have the love of a mum and dad?

Aren’t you selfish when your adopted child gets verbally bullied for having same sex parents?

Aren’t you selfish when you want everyone to be tolerant with you but you can’t control that inner desire for the betterment of others?


Put others before self. That’s a sign of a generous person. Allah SWT loves those who fight in His paths. If you keep seeking for the truth, insyaAllah truth will appear before you one day. Be a servant of God, not a slave of our own desires.

Truth is, it’s never about you. It’s all about Allah SWT.

However so, we should not judge anyone. We should not hate the sinner, but we should hate the sin. Only Allah SWT has the ability to judge. It is not too late, my dear Brothers and Sisters. Allah SWT will only judge you in the Hereafter. You still have the chance to turn to Him. But you never know if there’s still tomorrow for you yet you know there’s a permanent life after that. Imagine you’re left with just one tiny step into Jannah, but because you fail to control your lustful desires, you fall into Jahannam forever and ever. Na’uzubillah min zalik.



Have you ever wondered why all the bad influences come from the West? What are their motives actually?