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Yang Bergelar Muslimah

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♥ Seorang muslimah yang tak melayan lelaki apabila ditegur,
janganlah kau kata dia sombong.

♥ Seorang muslimah yang tiada teman lelaki,
janganlah kau kata dia tak laku.

♥ Seorang muslimah yang tegas dalam memelihara prinsip aurat,
janganlah kau kata dia kolot. ...

♥ Seorang muslimah yang tak pandang kau tika bersemuka, janganlah kau ingat kau hensem sangat sampai dia takut nak pandang , -_-"


Apa yang ada di sebalik sekeping hati muslimah itu ?


♥ Dia sedang berjuang memelihara hati engkau
supaya tegar meletakkan Allah di atas singgahsana dalam hatimu .

♥ Dia mahukan engkau, menjadi mujahid yang sibuk menegakkan kalimah haq berbanding melayani hawa nafsumu. Betapa dia sangat takut andai dirinya menjadi punca kelalaian hatimu dalam menunaikan haq Allah. Betapa dia sangat takut andai dirinya mengkhianati haq Allah dgn mengambil alih singgahsana Allah dalam hatimu.

 - Kredit dari Facebook

Ana faham.

Kerana demi Allah,
Sombongnya itu kerana Allah.
Mahalnya itu kerana Allah.
Tegasnya itu kerana Allah.
Diamnya itu kerana Allah.
Tunduk pandangannya kerana Allah.
Takutnya hanya kerana Allah.
Semua kerana mengharap redha Allah.

Dan moga kerana Allah jualah,
kita bertemu suatu saat nanti.
InsyaAllah :')

Fi hifzillah...

Why I Wear Niqab

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I used to wear niqab. And I still am, occasionally.

When people asked me, "Why do you wear niqab? It's not like we live in a desert (referring to protect the vision from debris / sand). And isn't our country's weather is hot enough for you to cover up this way?"

I smiled behind the niqab. 

"Why shouldn't I? My religion has given me the option, either to wear it or not. And I chose to do so. I'm happy with it, feel contented by it, so why shouldn't I?"

It is always interesting to return a favor of someone in confusion with another shot of reflection so that people can put some thoughts to it. 

"I live in a modernized country, with democracy being the pillar. And about the weather? I think I can keep up. Don't you think my religion has protected me from every aspect of human being? The peace of inner soul? The UV protection, to add up?", and I chuckled to my last word.

Suddenly I reminisced along the memory lane, where I attended a summer camp wearing a niqab. By the time I got back from the summer camp, I have a natural shades along the eye lines and I remember laughing and laughing whenever people asked me what's wrong with my eye lines. How did the shades get its way particularly along the eye lines than the rest of my face (since they didn't know I'm a niqabi at that moment). *chuckle*

I'll share my experience in another post, an interesting experience indeed, 
too valuable to ignore. 

Well the point is, does it hurt your eyes to see people covering their Aurah? Dear niqabis, I hope you live in peace, knowing nothing can turn you down except Allah, bounded that you obey His commands, and protect the value of niqab you are wearing. It is priceless.

Should you happen to bump into anyone questioning you about this and that of you covering your Aurah, give them your sincerest smile for your attitude reflects your religion. For sure, they won't be able to see your smile, but they can sense your sincerity through your eyes. 

My pray goes to all niqabis all over the world.
And to all Muslimah too, may Allah bless all of you.

Smile, it is sunnah.


Kanvas Dari Ilahi

A New Year, 2016.

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Today is 24th January 2016, technically, no longer a new year.
But it is a new chapter, at least for me.

Has it been almost a year since I left the most beloved medium to utter my heart out, this dear rustic dusty blog? Celebrating a new chapter of my life, I'm archiving the past for the sake of the future. Rebranding the blog to much convenient and comprehensive medium to express my concern about the world. 

And of course, with that in mind, may Allah bless this new chapter for me to reach more people out there, helping those in need and curing their heart and weariness with the beauty of Islam. As much as what Islam has shaped me ever since, as much as what Islam has turned my soul to a purer one, not that it comes anywhere near the perfection, but somehow or rather, a better soul.

When people glance at the niqabis, most of them will say or act like...
"Hey, ninja in the house!", literally. 

Yes, I'm a ninja of course not by the sole definition of it. A ninja by the abstract definition, camouflaging for the sake of Allah (you don't need to know my name, but I'm a Muslim and I'm proud of it), protecting my pride by which this beautiful religion has elevate women rank as Muslimah and higher ranking of Mukminah, hence here I am, camouflaging not because I'm afraid, neither do I being restricted by my own religion as what the world has negatively perceived Islam as oppressing the women, no, you got it all wrong my friend.

When you see Muslimah covering their Aurah
They are not oppressed, they are just too blessed
Hence, there you go, Allah is protecting them
In the most beautiful way ever.

When you see Muslim women showing their Aurah
They are oppressed, not by their religion
But by Dunya's expectation towards them

So please Dunya, be kind.
After all, you are just for temporary.


Kanvas Dari Ilahi