Monday, January 11, 2010


Be proud of your hijaab my dear sisters :)

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Obama Admits He Is A Muslim

My perception of Obama has somewhat changed after watching this vid.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Salam alaikom!

I apologize for disappearing again :( I haven't exactly been inspired to write for the past weeks.. I hope everyone is well there?

I haven't been replying to the comments as well so I hope you girls don't mind..

Sister Sacrifice4Allah, jazak Allah khair for your suggestion about uploading videos online but being a computer idiot, I still cannot figure how lol.

Sister Nurul, jazak Allah khair for your duas! I have yet to comment on your recent posts.. lol, I'm lacking behind I know.

Sister Zee, insha Allah we meet up soon and you can tell me more about the product :)

To my other two lovely Sisters (constant searching & sydhqesmah) whom I've been meeting almost daily, thank you for your company and for sharing the knowledge that you have with me. May Allah reward you for that..

To our dearest sister subscribers, thank you for subscribing although we have nothing much going on this blog lately. My fault really, I've been lazy despite being free lol.

oh ye, a new year to all! It's Muharram 1431 AH. : )

Friday, December 11, 2009

Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick in SG!

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Assalaamu'alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh,

As you've seen it, Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick will be in Singapore giving a few interesting talks. If you have no idea who he is, then read below:

"Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick, PhD, embraced Islam in 1970 and thereafter pursued his studies at the Islamic University of Madinah, where he completed a BA from the College of Da'wah and Usul al-Din. He later went for his Masters degree and completed his PhD on the History of Islam in Africa at the University of Toronto, Canada. The focus of his thesis was the life of the great mujaddid of the 18th century, Shaykh Uthman Ibn Fudi.

Shaykh Abdullah Hakim has traveled to more than 34 countries on lecture and educational tours, has served as Imam, teacher and counselor in the USA, Canada and the West Indies. For three years he contributed to the religious page of Canada's leading newspaper. He is presently a Senior Lecturer at the Dar-ul-Arqam Islamic Institute and Director of the Da'wah Department of the Muslim Judicial Council, Cape Town, South Africa."

Here is one of his good talks titled "The War Against Muslim Women".

So all those in Singapore, or even Malaysia (cross the border!), or anywhere else, come attend the talk. If you have non-Muslim friends or specifically Christian, Catholics or related to it, ask them to attend, especially for the talk titled "Jesus & Muhammad [Peace and blessings of Allaah be upon them both]- Their Common Message of Peace". InshaAllaah we will benefit from it. And I for sure (inshaAllaah) will be attending it. =D

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Death Of Sara

Watch this insha Allah

If we were to die in 5 mins, are we ready to meet Allah Swt? We are given the time to repent so fill your time with constant remembrance of Allah swt and ask for His forgiveness.

Our clock is ticking away...

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Eid mubaraak and recent updates..

Salam alaikom,

Eid mubaraak my brothers and sisters in Islaam!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) I hope it's not too late to wish that.. Insha Allah everyone had a good Eid? :) I know I did because I had a lot to eat teehehe..

I know that I dropped off from the grid for awhile now (not too sure about other sisters though) but I had been going through a rough patch lately.

First, I discovered a painful lump at the back of my head and my throat. I have no idea why it came about because I had been in a pink of health. And you know, being an on-off hypochondriac, in my head I had a feeling it was malignant but my sister ruled it out that all I needed was antibiotics and that should do the trick. Al-hamdulillah, I was better a few days later.

Then I went for my holidays and despite it being an awesome shopping trip, the car break-in spoilt everything. The windows of our cars were smashed and valuables were taken. Again, al-hamdulilah our cars were not stolen instead! I thought they stole my new pairs of socks that I bought lol, because I saw the plastic bag that I kept my socks was on the ground along with the broken glasses, empty. About $5000 worth of our things were stolen that night, but none of my things were stolen. Even if they did, I had nothing more than just dirty laundry and Islamic books I purchased there. It isn't much of a steal, would it? haha.

When I got back, I developed some sort of rash that I thought would go away in a few hours. It wasn't very itchy but the red spots remained and the more I look at it, the more I feel like scratching. At the end of the night, my whole body was covered with red spots and we all thought it was either mumps or chicken pox. My sister saw the next day and said that it was a form of skin inflammation. There isn't a cure for it so I have to let it run it's course which will last for 4-6 weeks! Subhna Allah... I don't know how I can survive for the next 4-6 weeks with this. My whole body feels a bit swollen and it hurts even if touched lightly.

These are indeed tests for me and so far I have been patient al-hamdulillah.. But we all have our limits and sometimes we break...This skin inflammation has been causing me to be moody and it is aggravated by constant insensitive comemnts about me being overweight/my face is chubby which is in fact due to the skin inflammation (I got such comments even when I was at my fittest; was playing sports at nationals then. sigh)

I told a sister about all that has happened to me and she told me about a brother who said that when we make dua, we shouldnt ask Allah to make us to be more patient because then we would be tested even more. Instead, we should ask for Allah's Rahmah to ease our difficulties. That caught me off guard because after I read about a sis leaving Islaam, I had that sudden fear that I would not be able to face any calamaties patiently and would resort to actually leaving the Deen. So everyday, I made a point to make dua for me to be patient in times of difficulty. Leaving the Deen should never be an option.

Allahu'alam. Whatever that I am going through now is the decree as well. The pen has written, the ink has dried, there is nothing I can do about it but persevere. Make dua for me insha Allah that I will get through it. At least the lump at the back of my head and skin inflammation aren't dangerous although the signs and symptoms I had all pointed towards cancer at first. Al-hamdulillah, that is something to be thankful for at least.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Salam alaikom,

I was up till 3am trying to make a video log last night but after creating one (out of so many videos!) that I was satisfied with, it turned out to be upside down on youtube. lol! I will try again insha Allah but I think I sound a bit strange on video : (

Anyway, I will be away for a few days so... I just hope the other 3 sisters will update something :p