Dua To Allah 

Ya Allah, make me an ambassador of Thy PEACE,
That where there is hatred, 

I may bring Thy LOVE;
That where there is error,

 I may bring Thy TRUTH;
That where there is doubt, 

I may bring Thy FAITH;
That where there is despair, 

I may bring Thy HOPE;
That where there are shadows, 

I may bring Thy LIGHT;
That where there is sadness, 

I may bring Thy JOY.


Ya Allah


Ya Allah! 

Be with us at every step we take,

Ya Allah!

 Guide us in each decision we make,
Ya Allah! 

Help us when life gets rough,

Ya Allah!

Bless us with more than enough,

Ya Allah! 

Protect us when we fall,

Ya Allah! 

Hear us when we call,

Ya Allah! 

Soothe our heart when we don’t understand,

Looking Through My Window

Looking Through My Window

Many a long hour I sit in my chair
The window open to let in God’s good
It’s a picturesque view for all to see
Especially the lovely,

Tall ash tree
In the spring it was late starting to sprout
But at last the buds just opened out
Now it is standing majestic and tall
Covered in green leaves,

From which the birds call
I watch it each day in the breeze blowing
Without human aid it simply keeps growing
Telling us God’s help is always there
For everyone who really cares
So look out of your window,

All day long
Then you will feel like singing a song
Of thanks and praise for the one above
Giving us everything,

Especially His love

Copyright ©2004 

Reaching Out

Reaching Out


The halls are filled
With so much clutter,
Just thinking of it
Makes me shutter.
Their’s so many things we wish
We could stop, 

The shoutings and crime,
But we need to remember
We are running out of time.
We need to hurry we,
Cannot wait,
For soon it could be,
To late.
Reach out a hand and
Lead them to Allah,
For the creater above thats watching
Can see us.

In The Quran

The Most Selfish One-Letter Word”I”

Avoid It

(Surah Al Kahf 18:34)


The Most Satisfying Two-Letter Word


Use It

Surah Al An’am 6:71-72


The Most Poisonous Three-Letter Word


Kill It

Surah Al Qasas 28:78


The Most Used Four-Letter Word


Value It

(Surah Al Rum 30:21)


The Most Pleasing Five Letter Word


Keep It

(Surah Al Najm 53:43)


The Fastest Spreading Six-Letter Word


Ignore It

(Surah Al Hujurat 49:12)


The Hardest Working Seven Letter Word


Achieve It

(Surah Al Nur 24:37-38)

The Most Enviable Eight-Letter Word


Distance It

(Surah Yusuf 12:8-9)

The Most Powerful Nine-Letter Word


Acquire It

(of Allah & the Holy Qu’ran) Surah Ya Sin 36:2 Surah Yusuf 12:2


The Most Essential Ten-Letter Word


Trust It
(Trust in Allah’s Guidance)

 Surah Al Tawbah 9:51
Surah Yunus 10: 9

Surah Al Tawbah 9:51


As-salamo-alaikum (peace be on you)

As-salamo-alaikum (peace be on you)

The angels from the heavens sing
And the same as ordered by Allah
His faithful creatures also ring
Into the ears of their fellow kind.

This peace to which all souls incline,
This peace for which the cherubims pine,
This peace to grant which the heavens decline
To the world at large at once at a time,
Is not to a man or place confined.

When As-salamo-alaikum you say,
The seeds of love in hearts you lay,
An honour you to your brother pay,
Like fetters and chains which all in gay
To you your friends and for thus bind.

“Don’t enter houses other than yours,
Until its owner your coming endures:”
Your salute from door suspicion cures,
And an ocean of love within him roars
To bestow upon you his and mind.

Externally our peace may fail,
If internally ’tis of no avail:
Let us work sincerely whether mail or female,
And fight our way on, tooth and nail,
To eternal peace with efforts combined.’

Let our families develop rightly,
And work together in harmony quitely,
Which shall bring that long-cherished peace directly
To satisfy our souls perfectly,
A pleasure which the angels don’t find.

Envy and hatred take their root
In ugly minds in life pursuit.
A Muslim’s salute is a Muslim’s tribute
To love the gent to teach the brute
A lesson of Love highly sublimed.



People look at him, not knowing him for who he really is.
His true soul invisible to all but Allah.
His deeds known to none but the One above.
By night when all have gone home
Does he clean the toilets and scrub the floors of the Masaajid.
By day does he work for his family with his hands
Halal money to feed Halal to the little mouths
Never does a person come to him and not go away in smiles.
Gentle and loving is he to the children as they run towards him Screaming in delight.
He shares the silence of the Fuqaraa’
And is no stranger to the troubles of the Yateem.
Unbeknownst to him, Allah said:
“I love my servant.”
And thereupon Jibrael called out to the mukhluqaat: “Love him”
And the mukhluqaat loves him.
Little does he know.
He held tightly to his Deen when it was
Like a piece of shining gold.
He held it even tighter when it became
Like a piece of burning hot coal.
At night does he fight sleep
And arises from his warm bed
In the midst of Tahajjud in tears
Does he call out unto hi Lord:
“Allahummar zuqni Shahadah!”
Defender of the Nisaa’
Protector of the oppressed
Supporter of the weak
Al-Imad alDeen
Guardian of the Quran
His heart has no space for nifaaq or riyaa
Jealousy or hate
He knows no hate or bias against any Believer anywhere.
He was present at Badr
Felling the Unbelieving criminals
Alongside the Rasulallah (saws)
At Uhud he stood his ground on the mountain
Raining arrows of death down on Khalid’s charge.
He was there at Mutah when the three commanders fell one by one
‘Till Saifullah led the Believers back to safety
He was there right next to his brother Al’Barra
In the Garden of Death as they fought the Liar’s army
To open the gates of that bloody oasis.
He was there with Sa’d as they crossed the river
To face the Persians across the vast expanse.
His heart was firm as the horses tread above the water.
Saying nothing but “Husbunallahu waNa’mal Wakeel”
He was there as Commander Tariq ordered the boats to be burned
Fighting the Disbelieving Goths fearlessly
And marched past the Pyrenees to establish the banner of Islam.
He was the first in the smoky pack as Bin Qasim and the others poured down
The mountain slopes, racing towards death with a smile on his face
He avenged his slain brethren at Hittin
For what the savage heathens did in 1099
And was there when Salahuddin opened the gates of Al-Quds.
Truly he was there on that rock
In the Valley of Ayn Jalut, yelling
“Wa Islamah! Wa Islamah! Ya Shababbul Islam!!”
As the Mameluke army smashed their way through the Mongol waves.
He was amongst the first to march out when the Muslimah was dishonored
She cried “Ya Mu’tasim where are you?!”
And soon the Greek city of Amouriah too, came under Muslim rule.
Aye, he was the one amongst the ghostly Jaanissar
As they raced up the tower alongside his mujahid brother Hasan Ulu Badi
Knowing that at the top they would meet their end under a killer rain of arrows
But he raised Al’Liwaa high after Hasan fell; his perfumed blood still marks the spot
And Sultan Fatih entered the city as the Victorious one.
He was present at Jaaji, Jalalabad, and Kabul
as the vodka drinking Russian khinzeer were thrown out of Afghanistan,
and Allah’s Sakinah descended from above.
He was there alongside his brother Zubayr al-Madani
as they fought in defense of Sarajevo airport
He stood firmly as the fighting grew fierce While others fled.
He rode with the shababb ul-Islam to detonate the Crusader army at Khobar
To clear al-Jazirah, true to the command of the Rasul (saws) as he lay on his deathbed
Indeed, Shababbul-Jannah, and not cowards as the Kuffar accuse
When his brother Jibrael Abu-Adam from Atlanta
Fell on the streets of Kashmir, he was there to avenge him
Sending a deadly force of lead bullets back at the filthy Hindu dogs.
He went to Grozny once again to teach the Russian pigs
What it means to mess with the best.
You tangle with the Mujahideen and off you go to that eternal-burning place
He held down the Kuffar as his brother Abu Maryam went to slay that Philippine dog.
Laughing his way through the blizzard of bullets, crying Allahu-Akbar, Allahu-Akbar, Allahu-Akbar.
He’ll return to Philistine once again, that Ancient Land Running to the Gate of Ludd,
To see none other than Ibn Maryam slay that Yahuudi Liar.
For each bullet he takes, he sends back dozen more.
With each kafir that he slays, he knows that
Another one of the Believing women will not be humiliated
Another one of his Muslim brothers will not be shot in front of his little ones.
Allah decides which bullet has his name on it
He feels it not at is goes deep into his flesh
As he falls, with that joyous smile on his face
“La Ilaha Ilallah muhammad arRasulallah! Allahu Akbar!
Look in the sky! Look what I can see! Allahu Akbar!”
Even before the first drop of that fresh blood falls
Allah with His Mercy wipes the slate clean
The angels bearing his soul straight to Al-Firdaus
His soul, like the inside of green birds,
Glides around the ‘Arsh as it pleases.
On that big Day, when his blood, still fresh
Smelling as sweet as the musk of Jannah,
Will flow from his wounds, badges of honor
That none will fail to recognize the warrior
On that Day, when he shall have no fear nor shall he grieve
A Day on which the Book in his Right hand shall be heavy
As the angels send their salutations
On the Day when the Hur al’Ayn give him the sweet drink
From Al-Kauthar with their own soft hands,
laughing and bursting with pleasure
Indeed, this and more is what he bargained for
As he sold the World for that which was better.
And on this day verily does he receive his Rank
“.the Prophets, the Siddiqûn, the Martyrs, and the righteous. And how excellent these companions are!”[Quran 4 : 69]
Who is he?
He is the fighting spirit of Iman that is in all Mujahideen
He was, and is present, inside the hearts of all the Shuhadaa.

Allah Wont Ask……

Allah Wont Ask……

Allah won’t ask what kind of car you drove, but will ask how many people you
drove who didn’t have transportation.

Allah won’t ask what your highest salary was, but will ask if you compromised
your character or morals to obtain that salary.

Allah won’t ask the square footage of your house, but will ask how many
people you welcomed into your home.

Allah won’t ask about the fancy clothes you had in your closet, but will ask
how many of those clothes helped the needy.

Allah won’t ask about your social status, but will ask what kind of class you

Allah won’t ask how many material possessions you had, but will ask if they
dictated your life.

Allah won’t ask how much overtime you worked, but will ask if you worked
overtime for your family and loved ones.

Allah won’t ask how many promotions you received, but will ask how you
promoted others.

Allah won’t ask what your job title was, but will ask if you performed your
job to the best of your ability.

Allah won’t ask what you did to help yourself, but will ask what you did to
help others.

Allah won’t ask how many friends you had, but will ask how many people to
whom you were a true friend.

Allah won’t ask what you did to protect your rights, but will ask what you
did to protect the rights of others.

Allah won’t ask in what neighborhood you lived, but will ask how you treated
your neighbors.

Allah won’t ask about the color of your skin, but will ask about the content
of your character.

Allah won’t ask how many times your deeds matched your words, but will ask
how many times they didn’t.