The Person I Am In My Mind


They approach me as a herd of hyenas corner an injured lion. With just three feet remaining I lash out my whip, which neatly gets tied around a forearm and tug at it lightly. The body goes flying into the wall behind me with a shattering impact. Suddenly, the triumphant look wanes away and is replaced with a look of foreboding as they back off. Backing away until they become blurred. Blurring away...

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Hijaab: The Veil is My Pride


http://goo.gl/7oWVqA Why is it that people are so offended to see someone protect their chastity and adopt their religious belief? It is not just non-Muslims who feel suffocated seeing a lady adhering to the hijaab but also some ‘liberal’ Muslims. To me, the liberal part of such Muslims is just their liberty from clothes and …

Blasphemy: The Clichéd Exploitation of Religion for Fame [Edited]


http://goo.gl/JwdICM Whenever a fame-hungry individual is not successful in achieving his/her mission (the ultimate mission of amassing wealth) through honest routes, he/she resorts to blasphemy. That is the guaranteed knack for fame, according to their guide to prosperity. We cannot deny that this usually works. At least there is a furor created for some time …

Haya – The Invaluable Gem of a Muslim Lady [Edited]


http://goo.gl/vucnwO The essence of Haya is shyness, modesty and a sense of shame. It is the rudimentary characteristic of the principled, upright and honourable person, a sign of high moral values, and righteousness. The feeling of haya is observable in the gaze of an individual and affects their expressions and features. The best of Allah’s servants has said …