Monday, July 30, 2012

Aafia Siddiqui-1991-Houston

Indeed, the ones who oppose Allah and His Messenger - those will be among the most lowest.58:20
Allah has written, "I will surely overcome, I and My messengers." Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Exalted in Might. 58:21
You will not find a people who believe in Allah and the Last Day having affection for those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, even if they were their fathers or their sons or their brothers or their kindred. Those - He has decreed within their hearts faith and supported them with spirit from Him. And We will admit them to gardens beneath which rivers flow, wherein they abide eternally. Allah is pleased with them, and they are pleased with Him - those are the party of Allah . Unquestionably, the party of Allah - they are the successful. 58:22

Friday, July 27, 2012

“Each verse is like a date: the more you chew it…"...

The Ghurabah - Islam, the Land and Mankind: “Each verse is like a date: the more you chew it…"...:   1 – The Messenger of Allah said: “Whoever wants to to love Allah and His Messenger, then let him read the Mushaf.” ['Sahih al-Jami''; # ..


Victims of the american inquisition part 2.‏

Zachary Adam Chesser – April 15, 2012 “Taking my children away because of my faith”

Please slaves of Allah read and spread this so that minds and hearts can become aware of the way our muslim children are ripped from their mothers even when they are  breast fed and given " lawfully ' to the worst of guardians the lowest in morals and the narrowest of minds ......  just another method of control and abuse perpetrated against our dear sisters and their families Alhumdu lillah Aala kulli Hal
This is not an isolated indicent but an ongoing consistent broadening effort that is well established in the "modern world " to break the backs of our men and the hearts of our women ...... but those who are affected are only more determined to march forth and gain the dignity of this Deen and the restoration of what Allah Al Muntaqim has rightfully awarded them.
 All this because they  raised to defend the honor of our beloved RasulAllah salla Allahu Alaihe wa sallam La huwla walla quwaita illah bilah
please read on jazakAllah khayrum
My wife had been safely settled in Jordan for a long time, but apparently there was some informal agreement between other parties not to bring Talhah to stay with her unless she was in Uganda. However, my wife had gained refugee status and could not return to Uganda. Furthermore, my wife was not informed of this informal agreement, so she was deceived into thinking that Talhah would be brought to her when nobody ever intended to do this despite an agreement in court. In fact, even the judge in the case expresses in the transcript that there was basically an understanding that the whole original agreement was a sham intended to take our son from us. My mother actually corrected him on this issue even though he was trying to help her by conveying that point.

In July, 2011 the FBI called my mother and informed her that they believed Umm Talhah and I were plotting to remove my son from the country permanently, so my mother filed a motion to take custody of our son, and the judge granted her this without hearing any testimony or even inviting any of the other parties to attend the hearing. My mother just showed up with police one day and took my son from his other grandmother. My mother filed for full custody after being granted four days out of every two weeks with my son. I do not really know what the FBI was basing this on, unless they were referring to our efforts to use the court to force people to uphold their ends of the agreement, because there was no secret plot. Maybe they just lied for the same reasons they decided to contact my mother before, or maybe they got confused, but either way they never took any steps to correct their actions.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Sisters Corresponding With Brothers in Prisons

Question: Is it permissible for female sisters to write brothers who are in prison (may Allah سبحانه وتعالى hasten their release)?

Islam came with guidelines, rules and principles that scholars derived from the study of the Koran and hadith.
Among those principles are what Imam Ahmad, Malik, Ibn Taimieh and others established under (سد الذرائع  ) which is the rule of avoiding something permissible that may lead to a prohibited/haram matter.
Another principle of Islam is (درء المفاسد مُقدّم على جلب المصالح), which means when the evil is greater than the benefit, then leave the benefit as much as possible.  One need not achieve it since it’s buried in the greater evil.
A third principle of Islam is   (ما أفضى إلى مُحرّم فهو مُحرّ), which means whatever leads to haram becomes in itself haram.
Based on the above mentioned principles of Islam, one should avoid corresponding with inmates of the opposite sex.
Most, if not all, the time, females writing male inmates start off with good intentions, but then the shytan enters, instigating and making a person think it’s only an innocent pen pal, or one can earn great reward for writing our beloved brothers in prison, or maybe instill the hope of marriage.
There may be a benefit to writing someone of the opposite sex, but that leads to excessive communication and possibly even haram.

This is generally the rule in communication between opposite sexes via the internet or otherwise, but even worse when a brother is in prison and has not had any form of contact with a female for years possibly even decades.  The handwriting, or the mere smell of the letter from a female becomes in itself fitnah for the brother in prison–let alone anything that lonely brother may misconstrue or take out of context.
There is no denial that there is benefit from writing brothers in prison, but at the ultimate end the evil is worse.  Just like alcohol.  There is a benefit as Allah سبحانه وتعالى said, but the evil outweighed the benefit and so it was deemed haram.
Shortly before leaving prison, a sister was writing a brother words to boost his eman and encourage him.  The letters went on and the fitnah began.  The brother awoke to realize his error, stepped back, and wrote the sister that this cannot continue on and that he needs to speak to her wali to ask for her hand in marriage.  The problem was eliminated when the family accepted and he only had a short time left in prison and was released. He later married her.  However, not many situations turn out like this.
One should not say, “I know I’m strong and will not fall in the fitnah.”  One must stay away from areas or matters of fitnah and not go near them thinking he/she is strong.  That is why the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ said: “When you hear of the dajjal, stay away as much as possible because a man goes to him thinking he is a strong believer and the dajjal stays after him with doubts until he follows him.
قال عليه الصلاة والسلام : ” من سمع منكم بخروج الدجال فلينأ عنه مااستطاع ، فإن الرجل يأتيه وهو يحسب أنه مؤمن ، فما يزال به حتى يتبعهمما يرى من الشبهات “. رواه أبو داود وغيره
The word used in the hadith فلينأ means ‘stay away from areas of fitnah.’
What many claim to be pure intentions does not justify an action that opens a door to fitnah. Therefore, one should shut this door in order to avoid falling into the prohibited.
The devil starts with communicating then goes further to get to know each other, then a relationship, then heart attachments, then what has major consequences. 
In the matter of writing the inmates, the issue is easily solved when sisters write through their mahram/guardian by using their names and letting them see the correspondence (i.e. brothers, husbands, or even organization names).  I personally received hundreds of letters with no sender names. By doing this, we are fulfilling our obligation of staying in contact with our imprisoned brothers without causing fitnah.
So, if the purpose is really genuine for the sake of Allah, then a sister would never have a problem not putting her name or using a mahram or organization’s name to eliminate this entire ordeal.
By Ahmad Musa Jibril... HA)

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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Abhorrent hatred to the sisters who wear the niqab

My Story of Abuse by Belgain Police - 
Horrifying Account by Sister Stephanie Djato (Transcript Of Above Video)

Peace and blessings be upon those who follow the true path
So,  I'm stephanie djato, I'm the young lady who was attacked during a   identity check of the police of molenbeek, I am a young Muslim woman who  has converted to Islam four years ago. And now i am wearing the niqab  for almost  4 years. And in all that time I have never encountered  problems because of this niqab until the day of 31 May 2012.
So  I will now give my version of the facts. Before I would like to start  let me say that I do not call for hatred or whatever. This video, is  only made with the purpose
to clarify certain matters and to bring out  the truth, because everything that was spread by people so far was only  lies.
So, that particular thursday morning of May 31, 2012  I sat on the tram line 19 in jette and not molenbeek as the media  claimed. I was waiting for the tram towards the hospital where I had an  appointment at 12 oclock. A rather important appointment. Then came 2  police officers at me and asked me for my identity card. I emediately 
cooperated and I have given my id without making any problems. Then they  asked if I wanted to take off my niqab so they could identify me. I  replied that this  is no problem but after the id check i would cover my  face again. My statement angered the police officers. They said that the  law forbids the burqa and that I had no right to put my burqa again  after the id check was conducted. Of course I refused. Then i explained  them that this was not the first time that I was subjected to such id  check of the police and the police has never required me to take off my  niqab once the inspection was over. In general, a id check would go  easily, in the past id checks I gave my ID, I showed my face to the  police and they identified me and they let me go without any problems,  but of course with a fine that I always paid afterwards.
But  on May 31,  it didnt go like the previous id checks, it went really  wrong. The reason why I do not know. After I refused to take off my  niqab permanently after the id check, they proposed, actually they didnt  proposed to me but they have forced me to  step in in the car  tot take  me to the police station. I got in the car without
making any problem, I  got up from the stop and have followed them into the car and I was  taken in the car. Once in the car I wanted to take my phone in order
to  inform the hospital that I would not be on time for my appointment  because I was late, it was already 11:30 and I had an appointment at 12  o'clock, so I knew certainly that i was going to be 1 hour late. The  policewoman on the backseat with me tried to grab away my phone. She  said i was deprived of my freedom and that i dont have any right to make  phone calls. On this I then replied that I had a very important meeting  , I can not afford to miss this appointment and just let me notify them  and ask if there is a possibility that i could come later after the id  check has ended. At this, the police officer then replied: Listen, it's  not necessary that you notify them that you are going to be late today  because you're not going to the hospital. You are going for 24 hours in  the prison cell!
Then I answered: "Is this a threat?" She  replied: "No, absolutely not. But we will teach you a lesson so you  learn to respect the law! "
So you should already know  that there were  already in the car minor threats, insults, racist  remarks directed towards my faith, my niqab ...
But in the car  there was no violence. I want to note, because the journalists say that  the police have attacked at the beginning of the id check, this is not  true. So to this point there was no violence, nor from my side nor from  their side.
So once arrived at the police station they  placed me in a kind of room, it was not an office, it was a kind of  storage room. There they left me in the presence of 3 women who   intimidated and insulted me, etc, they asked me to remove my niqab. This  I have done without me to resist. I removed my face veil, at least this  is what I understood from their question, they replied: "This is not  what we meant. We mean everything. What your face, hair, body covered  you should remove. You will
have to take off everything! "Then I refused  because I do not see why I should fully undress for an identity check. I  found that this is a huge injustice and humiliation so I refused. Then  they started to insult me, they said that we are not in a circus, remove  that costume , and all sorts of offensive statements, ...
I  remained firm, I didnt want to undress myself before anyone  and  certainly not before this non-Muslim women. This was unthinkable for me.  I then said clearly that I will not fully take off my niqab, I showed  my face, you can identify me and I will not undress. Then they said if  you dont want to undress yourself voluntarily we will force you to  undress. At that moment a police officer jumped behind me to hold my  hands behind my back to hold. And 2 others came to me to force me to  take off  my jilbaab. Since it was a long jilbaab with buttons and  fastenings, they had great difficulty to remove it. I resisted against  this undressing and they kicked me, beat against my belly and a little  bit everywhere. At the same time she tried to tear off my jilbaab. The  women who had a hard time taking my jilbaab off then called  for male  reinforcements to come  to their rescue. When the men arrived, they  immediately started to punch me a bit everywhere on my body. They  continued pulling my jilbaab off which they did for most part but it was  still attached around my neck and wrists. At that time they called in  the help of a third male officer who was told to bring a pair of  scissors. They throwed me ond the floor  and the male officer sat on my  buttocks and he started to cut my clothes.  My jilbaab, niqab and  underwear.
So there i was on the floor with that cop on my  back that tore my clothes with scissors and the rest he tore with his  hands. Meanwhile,  i was being kicked against my face and punched  against my body by the  2 policemen who stood beside me. There kicks  were the cause of my concussion and not the alleged head butt that I  gave to the police officer. My concussion was indeed been caused by  kicks to my head. When I was lying on the floor she bumped my head  against the floor tiles. At that point, a male cop came and he put  handcuffs on me. With my hands behind my back. I had my hair tied in a  knot, he snatched the rubber band out of my hair and he pulled me by my  hair to put me on my feet. He pulled my hair and my handcuffs and I sat  on my 2 knees. Then one of the cops stood in front of me and punched me  in my face,I tried to defend myself and constantly averted my face from  the blows inflicted by the police officer to me. This is how my head  suddenly hit her head which led to the police officer to break her nose.  I want to clarify that this was not my intent, this happened during the  skirmish where all these agents beat me and I wanted to defend myself  from their blows, and certainly against my face, as hard punches and  kicks arrived at my head. Then my head hit the nose of the policewoman.
When  she got headbutted she was furious. This is when the police really  became wild and they throwed me back on the floor and started to undress  me completely, they started to cut my underwear and pulled off my  pants. I was naked. A man sat on me and said: "We will show you things  worse than Guantanamo!" He said: "Here it is worse than Guantanamo," and  they all began to laugh. They have offended me, the Muslim women, Islam... There was a small piece of cloth hanging from my neck, the man who  sat on me was pulling it back, he strangled me with that piece of my  niqab.
I had the impression that I was dying, I was  suffocating, I could not breathe, I was shaking and my eyes rolled back,  I was panicking. I thought i would die . I
screamed in panic, anxiety,  ... I was so stressed that I shouted: "Stop, stop please, I'll do what  you want, but please stop, stop this torture I'm going to do what you  want" "You will murder me ! "
Then they reply: "You can die!" And  then they were insulting me, they said things i cant mention. At that  point, i received so many blows that I fainted on the floor, I could not  move, and i screamed so much that i couldnt scream anymore ... Then I  remembered the last words I could say it was a supplication in  which I  asked Allah to break their backs, and to punish them for all the  injustice they did to me. When she heard this, they completely butchered  me, they could not bear these words and
yet I swear that I have not  offended. and I was pleading before this to stop attacking me. They have  beaten me so hard to the point I could no longer speak and move.
When  they realize that they had gone too far and they raised my pants back  up and they covered me partially with a top that I had. They dragged me  so i could get up andd they dragged me by the police department in front  of  all their colleagues. The colleagues asked, "Who is this?" Which  the police said: "This is a burqa, this is a burqa!" For me this was a  triple humiliation because I was half naked and this was a big  humiliation for me, because I felt how everyone stared at me, I felt  dirty by their eyes that were focused on my body, this was a humiliation  for me. They paraded me for  5 minutes or so across the police station.  And they cried: "Look, look this is a burqa!" And to finish, they  throwed me in a cell for about 2 hours. I felt very nauseous, I had  problems, I began to shake and I started vomiting, I kept on vomiting, I  was very ill. After this they were compelled to call a doctor. They  immediately transferred me to the emergency. I will now start to tell  how they
brought me from the police station to the emergencies.
Some  spread rumors around that I left the police station naked, some say  that I was completely covered with my jilbaab when I left the police  station, this is at
least what the police claims.
This is  completely untrue. What happened, I will explain. When they pulled me  out of jail and they said I was going to be transferred to the hospital I  asked them to give back my torn jilbaab so that i could leave the  police station with a covering. When I tried to cover myself I saw that  my jilbaab was so torn that I couldnt use it anymore. Then I told them  that I will not leave this police station half naked. So I asked if I  could call someone, someone who could bring me clothes to cover myself, a  jilbaab. I then called someone and that person said that he'll be there  in one hour. The person asked the police to wait and that within the  hour my close would be
brought to me. So I could leave the police  station covered with my jilbaab and the torn clothes. The police have  then replied that they had no time to wait. And that she is required to  be transferred to the hospital. And this will happen with  a veil or  without a veil. Then they brought me out the police station half naked,  with only trousers and a small top, without underwear. I had no vest, ,  no jilbaab or whatever. They took me like this to the emergency. Once  arived at the emergency they transferred me to intensive care, the  department said that I am in a critical condition and he has refused to  allow me to leave the hospital. This while the police were hoping for a  statement from the doctor that I may leave the hospital to get back into  the cell, despite my medical condition. The doctor refused. The doctor  after several inspection found that I had a concussion and injuries.
The  doctor has everything listed and it is also a report drawn up. So for  those who say I'm saying so I have the evidence of reports that confirm  what I am saying and I have all documents.
So I think  I've told all this, my truth, the truth, the real version of the facts.  Of course I have told everything in general without going into too much  detail. The most important thing you know now. Let me again emphasize  that I've recorded this video solely with the objective to tell the  truth to everyone. The Muslims, the non-Muslims, ... I clarify that I  dont call for hatred. I hope that this story will end the lies and that  the truth prevails.
Stephanie Djato (victim niqab)
The Niqab Under Attack Again The war on Islam & Muslims is an ongoing war; in recent times not only have we witnessed the kufar attacking the ummah physically by invading our lands, plundering our wealth, murdering and raping our men, women and children but these kufar have gone on to attack symbols of Islam as a part of their war againt Islam and the Muslims. They have attacked our beloved Prophet Mohammed (saw),  insulted the Muslims by burning the Quran, banned minarets on masajids, as well as banning muslims from praying on the streets  of France, they are working towards banning circumcision and halal meat but worst of all they have attacked the muslimah by attacking and banning the burka/niqab. On the 31st May 2012 in Belgium one Muslim sister was arrested for wearing a niqab, the sister was visiting her parents house and as she was leaving she was approached by officers in plain clothing and they arrested her. The sister was taken to the police station and while in the presence of the officers, she was insulted, her clothing ripped off and she was even beaten to teh extent that she had to seek medical attention in hospital.
This incident should be a reminder for all the muslims that there is a war taking place between the Haq & Kufr, the kufar will do anything to humiliate and wipe out Islam. For far too long have the Muslim ummah remained silent while all of these attacks have been taking place, it is about time the Muslim Ummah awakes and rises and makes its stance; that we the Muslim will not allow this kind of behaviour to continue and we will defend our way of life, that we will defend our honour.
Allah (swt) says in the Quran:
Let there arise out of you a group of people inviting to all that is good (Islâm), commanding the good and forbidding the evil And it is they who are the successful [3:104]
My dear muslims Allah (swt) requires us that we rise as a jammah and that we command the good and forbid the evil, we cannot allow the kufar to continue these attacks without us to defend.
The kufar must know that no longer will we remain silent and that we the muslims will rise our voices against them and we will stand for Islam!