Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Feeling a bit better AlhamdoLillah!

Assalaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,

Jazallah all for you duaas, Alhamdo Lillah am feeling a bit better :)

Just a random thot crossed my mind and i had to share :D
There's a new social networking application *inspired by a niqaabi* have a look at the picture below ;)

Sunday, January 18, 2009

A rough patch

Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,

Dear friends i ask you all to remember me in ur duaas. I'm going thru quite a rough patch in my life right now, but when i look at it it's nothing compared to the lives our fellow brothers and sisters are going thru in Gaza.

I'll be away for sometime yet to come, inshallah as things get better, i'll be posting again.

I leave you all with this duaa. 'Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi Rajeoon, Allahumma ajirni fi museebati wakh lufli khairun minha.'

To Allah We belong, and to Him is our return, O Allah in place of this suffering give me something better in exchange. Ameen.

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Poll:Does Israel have the right to invade the Gaza Strip?

Assalaamu Alaikum wa RAhmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,

Please cast your votes on the following page!
more people are in support of Israel invading Gaza!!!!


Jazakallah Khair!

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Gaza update : ABC News

...Jawaher Hajji, a 14-year-old U.S. citizen who was allowed to cross into Israel, said her uncle was one of them — killed while trying to pick up some medicine for her cancer-stricken father. She said her father later died of his illness.

"They are supposed to destroy just the Hamas, but people in their homes are dying too," Hajji, who has relatives in Virginia, said at the Erez border crossing between Gaza and Israel.

President George W. Bush on Friday branded the Hamas rocket attacks an "act of terror," while Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice accused Hamas' leaders of holding the people of Gaza hostage.

"The Hamas has used Gaza as a launching pad for rockets against Israeli cities, and has contributed deeply to a very bad daily life for the Palestinian people in Gaza and to a humanitarian situation that we have all been trying to address," she said. International calls for a cease-fire have been growing, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy is expected in the region next week.

Bush said no peace deal would be acceptable without monitoring to halt the flow of smuggled weapons to terrorist groups.