Please ALLAH help us………!!!

Today, when the news of Raza Haider’s assassination has broadcasted, I was roaming in the Hyderi market, suddenly everyone started running here and there hastily. The whole market has closed within the seconds; everyone was rushing towards his means of transportation and the picture predicts as the doomsday has pronounced. Everybody is roaring and running after his life as the circumstance in Karachi was really getting out of control. Even the public transport had vanished from the roads of Karachi. At that time I felt so sorry when I saw many of the women and men were waiting at the bus stop for public transport. I can’t express my feelings what I felt at that time, I was about to cry over the intense condition of my city I mean where the hell is government? Don’t they feel ashamed of their selves?

What are they doing being on their seats only making on through their authority? What else they have done for Pakistan. This is the rule of being a man of  authority keep on making money by hook or by crook it doesn’t matter what the others are doing either dying by starvation or by target killing or by any other blast and natural calamity?

A huge number of people are still stuck in traffic jam, the entire petrol pump has been shut down, all the street lights have been turned off but who cares about it. Beside all the violence and unrest I am feeling pity for Quaid-e-Azam why he made so many sacrifices for the nation, for the day when people are running after to save their own life no protection no shelter for her own people. What is going to be the future of Pakistan? It’s not about any shia any pathan its about a nation about the people of Pakistan above all the ethnicity, race, religion. When would be the time when we stand as a nation as Pakistani.

From the depth of my heart, I pray to ALLAH for the prosperity of Pakistan. ALLAH please save my country and my people please it is plead to Allah save our lives and save my country from all the tribulations and from the evil government. Please Allah; protect us. AMEEN

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Though a human but not considered as.

The face which suffers the taunts of society

Eunuch an alienated gender of the society; portrait with the layers of make-up; enveloping the profound obscurity under the shimmer of shades, the subject of mock for common men, victim of ridiculous taunts and rags. A cast of people with no esteem and reverence, leading their lives with the very low margins of society, earn their living with begging, dancing and most frequently with prostitution as the easiest way to earn a life. They use to roam on the signals with the “taali” gestures and with the high nod of “haye baji”, “kuch de do”.

I feel so depress when I look upon them, they are humans they must have civil liberties to lead a happy life as a common men does. But in Pakistan there is nothing for them, cannot live a prosper life n with all this stuff the derogatory and offensive attitude of our people and cops. We feel it as our official right to taunt them specially the young boys of the society. This little community is suffering prejudice for many years, having no laws for their security and shelter. Our so called NGO’s scream for their rights but in actually their screams is a hype for their associations not for any comfort and relieve.

Another dilemma for them

Many of the Tv shows talk about such tabooed issues but the outcome is null. They have words in their pockets to console them and show sympathy towards the third sex but have nothing in their hands to act upon and on the whole our government is a hushed observer, have nothing in their stores for this pitiable group of people.

We should not treat them in such a scorning manner they are human beings, a creature of Almighty, is it their fault they born like this? Are they responsible for the structure they have been endowed by the ALLAH? They have equal rights to live the life of a common person though they have some peculiarities but still they are humans and deserve the same attitude which the general people worth.

Backbiting.

Backbiting, a sin which we actually don’t realize a sin. One of the major moral vice; spreading rapidly among the people, used to call gossip, slander, backbite, whisper, talk behind someone’s back, criticize and so on  In point of fact, we ourselves don’t know why we do it.

In surah Hujrat, Allah says,

O you who believe! Avoid most of suspicion, for surely suspicion in some cases is a sin, and do not spy nor let some of you backbite others. Does one of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? But you abhor it; and be careful of (your duty to) Allah, surely Allah is Oft-returning (to mercy), Merciful.

And further Allah says,

No one make back bite. Any one among you would like to eat the meat of his dead brother

In Surah Al-Qamah,

Neither obey thou each feeble oath-monger; detractor, going about with slander

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said,

One of the greatest of the major sins is to stretch out one’s tongue without right against the honor of a Muslim.

Above picture along with the saying of IMAM ALI(AS) shows the consequences of the backbiters. May Allah help us and forbid us from such evils and vices.AMEEN…

unity, harmony and strenght…

Islam is the only religion which teaches us the lesson of harmony, unity and strength among all the Muslims despite of any racial discrimination. Through various ayaat and ahadis it is very much evident that unity is the potency of the Muslim nation.

Surah AL-E-IMRAN:

“And hold fast all of you together to the rope of ALLAH, and be not disunited.”

But what we are doing is totally opposite to it. We have divided ourselves into different sects and this was not the limit we several split into different races. Now if you ask someone who are you he is definitely going to tell you your race not going to called himself a Muslim. Where we are standing right now? Which path we are following? If today someone dies in a suicide attack than we will not say a Muslim martyred his life but a shia or a sunni has died. What we are doing? I am sure nobody has the answer. Peaces and harmony was the heritage of Muslims but I feel sorry to say that it has been adopted by other non-muslims. We have lost our heritage and teachings; we have forgotten what Islam has taught us. We all are busy in our own life, nobody cares about what is going on and why.

“The Believers, men and women, are protectors one of another: they enjoin the ma`roof (all of Islam), and forbid the munkar (all that is evil; kufr): they observe regular prayers, pay Zakat, and obey Allah and His Messenger. On them will Allah pour His mercy: for Allah is Exalted in power, Wise.” (The Holy Qur’an, 9:71)

Muhammad (SAW) said:-

“All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action. Learn that every Muslim is a brother to every Muslim and that the Muslims constitute one brotherhood.”

There is a huge amount of Quranic verses teaches us the tutorial of unity and accord. But we have become dumb and blind to pay any heed towards the sayings of ISLAM and AHL-E-BAIT (AS). Lets pray for unity and brotherhood among Muslims and to lead the world. AMEEN.


Things that increase and decrease rizq

Things that increase Rizq

1. Good intentions.

2. “Silla-e-Reham” – Staying in touch with family and relatives and being good towards them.

3. Always saying in a state of “wudhoo”.

4. Telling the truth.

5. Not swearing/taking oaths.

6. “Istighfar” – Seeking forgiveness from Allah (SWT).

7. “Good Akhlaq” – good moral/ethics.

8. Not being greedy and being gracious for all the blessings of Allah (SWT).

9. Joining the two namaazes and reciting the “taqeebat”.

10. Being present in the mosque at the time of “azhan”.

11. Saying Salaat in Jamaat.

12. Being absolutely attentive and humble during namaaz.

13. Being kind to all the forty neighbours on each of the four side of your house.

14. Clipping nails on Thursday.

15. sweeping the main door of the house and keeping it tidy.

16. Having good behaviours with the momineens.

17 Combing your hair.

18. Punctuality.

19. Being trustworthy.

20. Saying the azhan and repeating it while being said.

21. Staying awake in the morning.

22. Giving priority to Allah’s (SWT) commands over people’s wishes.

23. Must not consider “rizq” (sustenance) to be something insignificant.

24. Giving “sadqa” – alms.

25.Reciting Sura -e- Yaseen in the morning and Sura -e- Waqia at night.

26. Saing namaaz -e-Vitr.

27. Praying for the momineen in their absence.

28. Avoiding futile conversations.

29. Avoiding unchaste actions.

30. Not talking in the toilet.

31. Good handwriting.

32. Being a pleasant speaker .

33. Reciting this one hundred times a day: La illaha illalahul malikul haqul mobeen.

34. Frequently repetition of : Lahawla wa la qoowata illa billahil aliyyil azeem.

35. Praying any outstanding and night prayers.

36.Reciting Sura -e- Tawheed when entering the house.

37. Wearing a finger ring either of “aqeeq” or “firouza” with “lahawla wa la qowwata illa billahil aliyyil azeem” engraved on the stone.

38. Washing hair with the herbs of “sidr” and “khutmi”.

39. Saying “Subhan Allah” thirty time daily.

40. Turning on the lights of the house before sunset.

41. Washing hands before and after eating.

Things that reduce “Rizq”

1. Considering namaaz to be insignificant.

2. Being disrespectful with parent.

3. Addressing parents by their names.

4. Walking in front of the aged.

5. Cursing one’s own children and praying bad things for them.

6. Breaking ties with relatives.

7. Managing financial affairs without any consideration and prior thought.

8. False swearing.

9. Expressing greed.

10. Having the habit of lying.

11. Turning away the needy.

12. Rushing out of masjid.

13. Going to the market before sunrise.

14. Taking a long time in markets.

15. Buying bread from a “faqeer” beggar.

16. Sleeping a lot.

17. Sleeping naked.

18. Eating while lying down.

19. Keeping the dishes undone (not washing them).

20. Not honouring bread crumbs.

21. Not washing hands before and after eating.

22. Using all kinds of wood for a tooth pick.

23. Biting nails.

24. Combing hair with a broken comb.

25. Being stingy.

26. Lavish the expenditures without a purpose.

27. Eating and drinking in the state of “janabat”.

28. Urinating in the shower.

29. Urinating while naked.

30. Shameless behaviour.

31. Not wiping spider webs.

32. Keeping garbage in the rooms.

33. Sleeping while the sun is setting.

34. Listening to music.

35. Sitting at the main door.

36. Eating in an unclean and cracked dish.

37. Sleeping between the time for Namaaz-e-Fajr and sunrise.

38. Wiping the hands and mouth with sleeves.

39. Sweeping the house at night.

40. Leaving the food and drinks uncovered.

41. Having an appearance of a beggar.

42. Not praying for the parents whether they are dead or alive

43. Being severe with the wife in the matters of food and clothing.

44. Being lazy.