The lights are dim
And hopes are low
Uncertainties cling to me
Gnawing at my bones
Decisions are hard
And I need support 
I hold your hand
To save me from dying in the snow



It’s been a week now… and trust me, now I realize how much my mum works round the clock and I think I can never do as much as she does…

Anyway, life has been changed drastically. And I wonder what the future holds… the worst thing is when you feel that helplessness, when things are out of your hand… you can not do a single thing to make things right… your hands are tied… it IS the most PAINFUL feeling!!!

Down the Memory Lane…

I’ve been trying to upload the documentary “The Iron Wall” here for quite some time now, but am constantly failing. But I figured out another way. Posting a link here of my earlier post which has the whole documentary in three volumes, I think it’s worth the trouble watching it to understand that the jews are killing Palestinians in ways we cannot even imagine…

We try to look the other way, which is more easier and ignore the whole affair but how can you just forget them when Jews are doing it again and again and with multiplied intensity har dafa. They’ve been killing innocent civilians for more than half  a century, and now the white phosphorus bombs and other sophisticated weaponary has made it more lethal. 

I’m reminded of something which I heard as a child…

“Aye mard-e-mujahid jaag zara
Ab waqt-e-shahadat hai aaya” 

I hope we wake up and do something to stop the atrocities of the jews and the west not only in Palestine but in Iraq and Afghanistan and in our country as well…

Do check out the documentary:

The Touchstone…

Narrated (Abdullah bin Umar): Allah’s Messenger (P.B.U.H) said,

“A Muslim is a brother of another Muslim, so he should not oppress him, nor should he hand him over to  an oppressor. Whoever fulfill the needs of his brother, Allah will fulfill his need; whoever brought his (Muslim) brother out of a discomfort, Allah will bring him out of the discomforts of the Day of Ressurrection, and whoever screened a Muslim, Allah will screen him on the Day of Ressurection”

– Sahih Al Bukhari (The Book of Mazalim

Narrated Anas: The Prophet (SAW) said, 

“None of you will have faith till he likes for his (Muslim) brother what he likes for himself”

-Sahih Al Bukhari (The Book of Belief i.e. Faith)


Today’s scenario at Gaza is a TEST for us all… how many of us actually feel for them. There have been alarming statements from Muslim Countries denouncing their support for their Palestinian brothers. 

We all have to die someday. If not now then tomorrow or the the next moment. The realization that death is inevitable and we will be questioned about everything defines the course of our lives sahih ma’non mein. Has this realisation defined our lives?! Has death defined our lives?! 

Think again! We will die… Have we prepared ourselves for the eternal life that’s awaiting us?