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June 2016

21 Ways to get your Dua answered [Part1]

  1. Realize, that only Allah responds to your dua (supplication)

    One of the basic essences of Tawheed (monotheism) is that only Allah can answer to your Dua and that Allah is the only one who has the power to grant it.

    Continue reading “21 Ways to get your Dua answered [Part1]”


The ultimate Victory over Shaitan!

12 months and out of this 12 months 1 of them is Ramadan. In this holy month the Shayateen are chained up, the doors of hell are closed and the gates of Paradise are widely opened.[1]

But don’t make the mistake to be pious only in Ramadan, since Ramadan is like a training camp. Ramadan teaches you to fight Shaitan! It trains you how to use your weapon against him! How to shoot him, while he is chained up! But, the real battle begins after Ramadan. So make sure, you train as hard as you can and learn as much as you can, to be able to win the war! Be aware, he has prepared for the battle prior to beginning.  Continue reading “The ultimate Victory over Shaitan!”

ATTACK: “Kill Them Where You Find Them”

Muslim Words

“I don’t get this weird video game! I mean is it really necessary to shoot the zombies? That’s not very nice, you know!”
“Mom! If you don’t shoot them, they’ll eat your brains out!”

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[Ramadan Reminder] Dua and Dhikr

This month is about attaining Taqwa, which isn’t possible without dhikr. 
So do a lot of dhikr by asking for forgiveness and making dua for yourself and others! 
And don’t forget those who aren’t alive to witness this Ramadan. Ask Allah swt to have mercy on their souls. 


[Friday Reminder]

If you find dust on your Quran then cry for yourself and the condition that you are in

It’s Friday! Jummah Mubarak! It’s the last Friday before Ramadhan, so let us get our Qurans from the shelves and unwrap them. When was the last time we opened our Quran? Or is it the first time after wrapping it and putting it in the shelf? If you can’t remember, please read the above quote again…

The Quran is for the self not for the shelf!

9 Ways Of How To Never Miss Fajr Prayer Again

Ramadhan preparation ongoing…

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It’s a Saturday morning, I hadn’t enough sleep yet, since I went to bed at about 2 am. It’s 6 am now and my phone is killing me with its loud bell, but why do I have to wake up this early on a saturday morning? It’s Fajr time regardless of being saturday or wednesday. While trying to neglect the sound of the phone and being in a state of half awake and half asleep, there is this voice in my head, telling me that the dream was about to get fun, you can sleep some more minutes, shut off your alarm and go back to bed, it’s ok… Or at least snooze it. But I know deep in my heart, if you snooze, you lose!

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