Dear Single Muslims


I know you await the day you to fulfill half of your deen (religion). You’ve heard it over and over again, get married, start a life but by the will of Allah, it hasn’t happened yet. I know you are losing hope because people are telling you you are getting old or “you are getting past your expiry date.” They also say to you, who will marry you if you get any older? Do they not know that our beloved mother, Khadija (may Allah be pleased with her) married our Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) at the age of 40? So, how could you listen to such falsehood? How could you lose hope? Do you not see that Allah says in Surah An Naba: “And we created you in pairs” [78:8] Do you not see that Allah has set aside someone for you? Why do you lose hope? Is it because your friends are getting married and you feel stranded? Do you think you’ll never be loved or no one will marry you? That is far from true. Hopeful potentials never worked out? Alhamdulilah (thanks to Allah), know that Allah protected you from a trial or tribulation that could have ruined you. You will not expire like milk nor will you die lonely.

Have hope in Allah, make du’aa and be patient, the individual Allah has saved for you will always be there. Allah has written our lives in the womb our of mothers, so just sit and relax, it’ll happen when its meant to be. Don’t be desperate and ruin your life by marrying anybody. Know that you as a Muslim should look for an individual with good Islamic qualities and characteristics. Does their best to follow Islam to the best of their abilities. Money isn’t everything. Good looks isn’t everything but the deen (religion) is everything. It is your ticket to jannah (heaven).

Don’t be hopeless but be hopeful. Have faith in Allah and know your du’aa (supplications) are not going unheard. Allah heard and accepted Prophet Yunus (peace be upon him) du’aa (supplication) from the belly of the whale, so what makes you think yours wont be fulfilled? It is only a matter of time but for now, smile and enjoy life. Take it one day at a time. Your marriage will happen when Allah wills for it no matter what others say, you will get married one day, insha’Allah.

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Help Me, Help You

I’ve had this blog for many years, alhamdulilah and I’ve possibly covered every topic I could think of. Now, I want you, the reader, to tell me what topics you would like to read about. It could be ANYTHING. Something you are going through in life. Marriage topics. Literally anything. Just hit the comment box below and let me know me. Please, don’t ask me to give you a fatwa because I can’t do that. I am not a sheikh.

Also, sometime in the near future, I’d also like to hold a live session on instagram, insha’Allah.

Always Available For Advice

I may not update my blog as often as I used to but I am checking my blog and email every single day, in case someone reaches out to me for advice. If you are that person who needs advice, don’t hesitate to email me for some advice. I will do my best to reply as soon as possible. I have not abandoned my blog and people who are following it. I am still here.

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If people advise you, they are not the “haram police.” We only do it to help you from the day you stand in front of Allah, where you wish someone would have advised you against what you have done. A day where your supporters will only support themselves and want nothing to do with you. This little bit of social media fame is nothing but a test. We as Muslims are supposed to enjoin good and forbid evil, instead we have Muslims advising against good and enjoining the evil. As Muslims we are brothers and sisters in islam and what we would like for ourselves we would like for others, especially in goodness, in meeting Allah with goodness. So why do we mock those we enjoin good and forbid evil? Why are they called “haram police?” If people warn against alcohol, are they the “haram police?” Should we over look it and say, lets leave it alone, we don’t want to be the “haram police.” No, because we know alcohol is haram. There is no such thing as “haram police.” We are only doing what the companions were doing. Enjoining the good and forbidding the evil. If what are you doing displeases Allah how will you be guaranteed success in this life and the hereafter? Ask yourself, what matters more? The success in this life, where you are displeasing Allah or the success in the hereafter? If what you are doing displeases Allah, goes against what the Qur’an and Sunnah has taught, you will not be successful in front of Allah, its the honest trust. We are not perfect individuals. All of us through out lives will commit sins but those that commit sins, turn to Allah and try to change their lives, Allah will find a way out for them. Islam, the ummah (the nation) will not be united upon bidah (innovation) and shirk (joining parters with Allah). So if many of you are saying we should keep quiet to be united, wallahi, we will not. We will continously enjoin the good and forbid the evil. Warn against innovations. Warn against people who seek partners with Allah. Warn against nasheed artists and warn against anyone who seeks to misguide the ummah. We only will and should fear Allah. May Allah guide us all upon the straight path. 

The Correct Du’aa (Supplication) When Breaking Your Fast

Assalamwalikhum (peace be upon you)

Alhamdulilah (thanks to Allah), we have reached another blessed month of Ramadan. On many of our Ramadan timetables there is a du’aa that has been passed around for years as the correct du’aa to break your fast. I have recited it for years, you have and so have many of our family members and friends. The du’aa, “Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa ‘ala rizq-ika aftarthu” (O Allah! I fasted for You and I believe in You and I break my fast with Your sustenance). Did you know this hadith is weak? Yes, the du’aa printed on Ramadan timetables every year, that we recite is actually from a hadith that is weak, which has been graded weak by Sheikh Al-Albaani (may Allah have mercy upon him). I bet you didn’t know there is another du’aa that you recite and you’ve probably never come across before and this du’aa is authentic! The correct du’aa to recite is: Dhahaba al-zama’ wa abtalat al-‘urooq wa thabata al-ajr in sha Allaah (Thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is certain if Allaah wills).” [Abu Dawood]

May Allah make this Ramadan easy for us and keep us on the straight path



Shab-E-Bharat & Following Innovations

Asalamwalikhum my Muslim brothers and sisters. Tonight is supposedly a night. A blessed night where many Muslims from around the world will gather and sit in the remembrance of Allah subhanawatala. Some will fast through out the day. Some will read Qur’an. Some will gather in the masajids and listen to lectures about this blessed night.

Sadly, many Muslims neglect the authentic narrations from the Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) and follow the unauthentic ones. Shab-E-Bharat is one of them. All the hadiths that are mentioned about this night are based on weak hadith. There is not a single, not one authentic narration from the Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) about this night. Even after there is an overwhelming proof from the scholars of Islam, there are those who reject it and continously to follow blindly with these innovations.

I ask you to comp template this. Has the Messenger of Allah left out anything in this religion of Islaam? Has he not told his companions something they don’t know and some how, we are the only ones that know? Of course not because they were with him day in and day out but yet, Muslims still follow their desires, the people whom they are surrounded by and follow many innovations today. Do they not know that Allah subhanawatala told us in the Qur’an that He has completed the religion? That this religion is complete and there is not a single thing left out?

Allah subhanawatala says in Surah Al-Ma’idah:

“This day I have perfected for you your religion and completed my favour upon you (O Muhammad) and have approved for you Islam as religion.”

Oh, Muslims. Why do you choose to follow blindly? Why do you choose to follow people in these innovations? Has what Allah and the Messenger of Allah not enough for you? Do you not know that every single innovation is misguidance and every single of them is in the hell fire? The Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) didn’t say some innovations, he didn’t say a few innovations, he said every single one of them.

Wake up Muslims!!! This religion is complete and to follow it the way the Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him), his companions, we need to revert back to the ways they followed it. Not the way it has been innovated by many people today.

Allah says in Surah Al-An’am:

“If you obey most of those on earth, they will mislead you from the way of Allah. They follow but conjecture and they only lie.”


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