Tuesday, September 5

If You Wish To Undertand True Islam...

and would not like to believe the current scary picture of it as being popularised by the 'malicious media' then it'd be your worth reading the article. And even if not, you got nothing to lose...why not have a read? Remember, there is always two sides of a story.

Bigotry and Ignorance of Islam

By Charley Reese

08/29/06 "Information Clearing House" -- -- President George Bush's ignorance of the Middle East and its people is well-known. So also is his habit of parroting words and sentences given to him by other people. He hit a new low when he referred to "Islamic fascists."

No two more opposite concepts are to be found. Fascism glorifies the nation-state; Islam is transnational. Fascism demands slavish devotion to a national leader; Muslims are far too independent-minded to be slavish followers of anybody. Virtually all the people Saddam Hussein murdered were people trying to overthrow him. Fascism is militaristic. Islam is not.

Mr. Bush, who has dubbed himself the "war president," has made a pathetic and absurd effort to picture himself as Winston Churchill facing off against evil. He is no Churchill. Most of the enemies he imagines, he has created himself.

The West faces no threat from Islam. Islam is one of the fastest-growing religions in the world, but it really is a religion of peace. More importantly, it is a religion that concentrates on individual salvation. There is no Muslim pope, no College of Cardinals, no bishops, no priesthood. Any five Muslims anywhere in the world can start their own mosque. Imams are teachers and, like Protestant preachers or Jewish rabbis, can be fired by their congregation. The Shi'ite version is slightly more organized.

A fatwa is a statement issued by an imam, usually explanatory. It is similar to statements issued by the pope, with this important difference: No Muslim is bound by any fatwa. Muslims are free to pay attention to it or to ignore it.

Islam, like Christianity, is a universal religion that ignores nationality, race or color. To become a Muslim, one must profess belief in one God, acknowledge Muhammad as his prophet, recognize the Quran as the word of God, pray five times a day, provide for the poor and, if possible, make a trip to Mecca once in your lifetime. The God Muslims worship is the same God Christians and Jews worship.

To dispose of some of the slanderous misstatements being floated about, Islam forbids forced conversions. People would do well to read some history rather than rely on ignorant and malicious radio and TV talk-show hosts. The oldest Christian communities in the world are all in Muslim countries. There have always been Christian and Jewish communities in the Muslim world. Muslims are commanded to treat Christians and Jews as they would treat themselves. They revere Jesus as a prophet and highly respect the Virgin Mary. The disputes you see in the modern Middle East are not religious; they are all about secular matters, principally Israeli occupation of Arab lands.

The Arabs see Israel as the last European colonialist state imposed on them by the European powers. That's true, in fact.

Hamas and Islamic Jihad are concerned only with ending Israeli occupation of Palestine. Hezbollah is concerned with ending Israeli occupation of Lebanon. Al-Qaeda wants to overthrow the Persian Gulf governments and is at war with us because we are the principal backers and supporters of those governments. Al-Qaeda alone is most un-Islamic and has been so labeled by a majority of Muslims. It is a small group.

If you wish to understand Islam, turn off your TV and go to the library. Introduce yourself to some of America's 6 million Muslims. You'll find them to be very decent and patriotic people. There are some fanatics among Muslims, just as there are among Jews and Christians. Most of the New England states were originally populated by people fleeing Puritan rule in Massachusetts.

The way to combat the fanatics is to extend the hand of friendship to ordinary Muslims and to protest the slander and libel of Muslims and Islam, just as you should protest the slander and libel of Jews and other groups. Bigotry should have no place in our public dialogue, regardless of the target.

It's obvious that President Bush will never understand the world into which he was born, but most Americans have more open minds – except, of course, those who prefer to click their heels and salute when their Fuehrer of choice speaks.

Saturday, February 11


I believe every one of us is keeping a watchful eye on the recent updates in the news media resulting from the Danish + other EU newspapers foolish cartoons/remarks about our beloved Prophet Mohammad (SWS). Not only they publicised them repeatedly, over these past few months clearly playing with people's feelings, but also even till today have refused to apologise, all in the name of free speech. A Free Speech that has been a sign-posted, selfish, world media attention seeking, disgraceful insult on all the Muslims of the World, if anything else. This is not acceptable by the greater wider community!

Today, this extremist free speech on such absolute terms held so dearly by European media has been widely felt as a direct attack on the Muslims freedom of practising their faith, further flaming ISLAMOPHOBIA among the masses, has not only left many Muslims feeling offended but also a lot of culturally sensitive, respectful non-Muslims felt outraged on such a clear abuse of the power of a cherished freedom of speech. Everybody knows that with freedom of speech comes responsibility.

Some Muslims have reacted, most likely out of built-up fear of rejection and in anger, used inappropriate methods e.g. flashing distasteful placards during peaceful protest marches. I would, however, ask our fellow Muslims to refrain from such acts in the future and try adapting themselves with good manners in every situation, no matter how under stressed and under pressure they may feel, because exceptional show of mercy and dealing with situations in the best of manner possible was indeed, the way of our beloved Prophet Mohammad (SWS).

If not today, when will be that time for all the Muslims of the World to take up some responsibilities, get united and try as much as possible to participate in anything positive, to eradicate any misconception of Islam being embedded in the minds of our fellow human beings by today’s media? Remember, Muslims are not in minority when it comes to the Worlds Population! Let’s do something positive, try making a difference for the good of the World!

Indeed, sooner or later to ALLAH we will all return. May Allah have mercy on us, today and in the Hereafter. Ameen.


Quotations from Famous People on the Prophet Muhammad (SWS)

By Dr. A. Zahoor and Dr. Z. Haq
In the quotations below, Western writers have used the word
Muhammadanism for Islam. The word Muhammadanism connotes worship of
Muhammad, an absolutely unworthy statement for any learned man to use.
Prophet Muhammad's mission was to propagate the worship of the One and
Only God (in Arabic Allah), the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe.
His mission was essentially the same as that of earlier Prophets of God.
In the historical context, many such terminologies about Muhammad,
Islam, and Muslims were borrowed from earlier European writings of the
Eleventh to the Nineteenth century, a time when ignorance and prejudice
prevailed. The quotations below attest to the facts.

Thomas Carlyle in 'Heroes and Hero Worship and the Heroic in History,'
"The lies (Western slander) which well-meaning zeal has heaped round
this man (Muhammad) are disgraceful to ourselves only."

"A silent great soul, one of that who cannot but be earnest. He was to
kindle the world, the world's Maker had ordered so."

A. S. Tritton in 'Islam,' 1951
The picture of the Muslim soldier advancing with a sword in one hand and
the Qur'an in the other is quite false.

De Lacy O'Leary in 'Islam at the Crossroads,' London, 1923.
History makes it clear, however, that the legend of fanatical Muslims
sweeping through the world and forcing Islam at the point of sword upon
conquered races is one of the most fantastically absurd myths that
historians have ever repeated.

Gibbon in 'The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire' 1823
The good sense of Muhammad despised the pomp of royalty. The Apostle of
God submitted to the menial offices of the family; he kindled the fire;
swept the floor; milked the ewes; and mended with his own hands his
shoes and garments. Disdaining the penance and merit of a hermit, he
observed without effort of vanity the abstemious diet of an Arab.

Edward Gibbon and Simon Oakley in 'History of the Saracen Empire,'
London, 1870
"The greatest success of Mohammad's life was effected by sheer moral

"It is not the propagation but the permanency of his religion that
deserves our wonder, the same pure and perfect impression which he
engraved at Mecca and Medina is preserved after the revolutions of
twelve centuries by the Indian, the African and the Turkish proselytes
of the Koran....The Mahometans have uniformly withstood the temptation
of reducing the object of their faith and devotion to a level with the
senses and imagination of man. 'I believe in One God and Mahomet the
Apostle of God' is the simple and invariable profession of Islam. The
intellectual image of the Deity has never been degraded by any visible
idol; the honors of the prophet have never transgressed the measure of
human virtue, and his living precepts have restrained the gratitude of
his disciples within the bounds of reason and religion."

Lane-Poole in 'Speeches and Table Talk of the Prophet Muhammad'
He was the most faithful protector of those he protected, the sweetest
and most agreeable in conversation. Those who saw him were suddenly
filled with reverence; those who came near him loved him; they who
described him would say, "I have never seen his like either before or
after." He was of great taciturnity, but when he spoke it was with
emphasis and deliberation, and no one could forget what he said...

Annie Besant in 'The Life and Teachings of Mohammad,' Madras, 1932.
It is impossible for anyone who studies the life and character of the
great Prophet of Arabia, who knew how he taught and how he lived, to
feel anything but reverence for that mighty Prophet, one of the great
messengers of the Supreme. And although in what I put to you I shall say
many things which may be familiar to many, yet I myself feel, whenever I
reread them, a new way of admiration, a new sense of reverence for that
mighty Arabian teacher.

W.C. Taylor in 'The History of Muhammadanism and its Sects'
So great was his liberality to the poor that he often left his household
unprovided, nor did he content himself with relieving their wants, he
entered into conversation with them, and expressed a warm sympathy for
their sufferings. He was a firm friend and a faithful ally.

Reverend Bosworth Smith in 'Muhammad and Muhammadanism,' London, 1874.
"Head of the State as well as the Church, he was Caesar and Pope in one;
but he was Pope without the Pope's pretensions, and Caesar without the
legions of Caesar, without a standing army, without a bodyguard, without
a police force, without a fixed revenue. If ever a man ruled by a right
divine, it was Muhammad, for he had all the powers without their
supports. He cared not for the dressings of power. The simplicity of his
private life was in keeping with his public life."

"In Mohammadanism every thing is different here. Instead of the shadowy
and the mysterious, we have history....We know of the external history
of Muhammad....while for his internal history after his mission had been
proclaimed, we have a book absolutely unique in its origin, in its
preservation....on the Substantial authority of which no one has ever
been able to cast a serious doubt."

Edward Montet, 'La Propagande Chretienne et ses Adversaries Musulmans,'
Paris 1890. (Also in T.W. Arnold in 'The Preaching of Islam,' London
"Islam is a religion that is essentially rationalistic in the widest
sense of this term considered etymologically and historically....the
teachings of the Prophet, the Qur'an has invariably kept its place as
the fundamental starting point, and the dogma of unity of God has always
been proclaimed therein with a grandeur a majesty, an invariable purity
and with a note of sure conviction, which it is hard to find surpassed
outside the pale of Islam....A creed so precise, so stripped of all
theological complexities and consequently so accessible to the ordinary
understanding might be expected to possess and does indeed possess a
marvelous power of winning its way into the consciences of men."

Dr. Gustav Weil in 'History of the Islamic Peoples'
Muhammad was a shining example to his people. His character was pure and
stainless. His house, his dress, his food - they were characterized by a
rare simplicity. So unpretentious was he that he would receive from his
companions no special mark of reverence, nor would he accept any service
from his slave which he could do for himself. He was accessible to all
and at all times. He visited the sick and was full of sympathy for all.
Unlimited was his benevolence and generosity as also was his anxious
care for the welfare of the community.

Alphonse de LaMartaine in 'Historie de la Turquie,' Paris, 1854.
"Never has a man set for himself, voluntarily or involuntarily, a more
sublime aim, since this aim was superhuman; to subvert superstitions
which had been imposed between man and his Creator, to render God unto
man and man unto God; to restore the rational and sacred idea of
divinity amidst the chaos of the material and disfigured gods of
idolatry, then existing. Never has a man undertaken a work so far beyond
human power with so feeble means, for he (Muhammad) had in the
conception as well as in the execution of such a great design, no other
instrument than himself and no other aid except a handful of men living
in a corner of the desert. Finally, never has a man accomplished such a
huge and lasting revolution in the world, because in less than two
centuries after its appearance, Islam, in faith and in arms, reigned
over the whole of Arabia, and conquered, in God's name, Persia Khorasan,
Transoxania, Western India, Syria, Egypt, Abyssinia, all the known
continent of Northern Africa,
numerous islands of the Mediterranean Sea, Spain, and part of Gaul.

"If greatness of purpose, smallness of means, and astonishing results
are the three criteria of a human genius, who could dare compare any
great man in history with Muhammad? The most famous men created arms,
laws, and empires only. They founded, if anything at all, no more than
material powers which often crumbled away before their eyes. This man
moved not only armies, legislations, empires, peoples, dynasties, but
millions of men in one-third of the then inhabited world; and more than
that, he moved the altars, the gods, the religions, the ideas, the
beliefs and the souls.

"On the basis of a Book, every letter which has become law, he created a
spiritual nationality which blend together peoples of every tongue and
race. He has left the indelible characteristic of this Muslim
nationality the hatred of false gods and the passion for the One and
Immaterial God. This avenging patriotism against the profanation of
Heaven formed the virtue of the followers of Muhammad; the conquest of
one-third the earth to the dogma was his miracle; or rather it was not
the miracle of man but that of reason.

"The idea of the unity of God, proclaimed amidst the exhaustion of the
fabulous theogonies, was in itself such a miracle that upon it's
utterance from his lips it destroyed all the ancient temples of idols
and set on fire one-third of the world. His life, his meditations, his
heroic revelings against the superstitions of his country, and his
boldness in defying the furies of idolatry, his firmness in enduring
them for fifteen years in Mecca, his acceptance of the role of public
scorn and almost of being a victim of his fellow countrymen: all these
and finally, his flight his incessant preaching, his wars against odds,
his faith in his success and his superhuman security in misfortune, his
forbearance in victory, his ambition, which was entirely devoted to one
idea and in no manner striving for an empire; his endless prayers, his
mystic conversations with God, his death and his triumph after death;
all these attest not to an imposture but to a firm conviction which gave
him the power
to restore a dogma. This dogma was twofold the unity of God and the
immateriality of God: the former telling what God is, the latter telling
what God is not; the one overthrowing false gods with the sword, the
other starting an idea with words.

"Philosopher, Orator, Apostle, Legislator, Conqueror of Ideas, Restorer
of Rational beliefs.... The founder of twenty terrestrial empires and of
one spiritual empire that is Muhammad. As regards all standards by which
human greatness may be measured, we may well ask, is there any man
greater than he?"

Mahatma Gandhi, statement published in 'Young India,'1924.
I wanted to know the best of the life of one who holds today an
undisputed sway over the hearts of millions of mankind.... I became more
than ever convinced that it was not the sword that won a place for Islam
in those days in the scheme of life. It was the rigid simplicity, the
utter self-effacement of the Prophet the scrupulous regard for pledges,
his intense devotion to his friends and followers, his intrepidity, his
fearlessness, his absolute trust in God and in his own mission. These
and not the sword carried everything before them and surmounted every
obstacle. When I closed the second volume (of the Prophet's biography),
I was sorry there was not more for me to read of that great life.

Sir George Bernard Shaw in 'The Genuine Islam,' Vol. 1, No. 8, 1936.
"If any religion had the chance of ruling over England, nay Europe
within the next hundred years, it could be Islam."

"I have always held the religion of Muhammad in high estimation because
of its wonderful vitality. It is the only religion which appears to me
to possess that assimilating capacity to the changing phase of existence
which can make itself appeal to every age. I have studied him - the
wonderful man and in my opinion for from being an anti-Christ, he must
be called the Savior of Humanity."

"I believe that if a man like him were to assume the dictatorship of the
modern world he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that
would bring it the much needed peace and happiness: I have prophesied
about the faith of Muhammad that it would be acceptable to the Europe of
tomorrow as it is beginning to be acceptable to the Europe of today."

Michael Hart in 'The 100, A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons In
History,' New York, 1978.
My choice of Muhammad to lead the list of the world's most influential
persons may surprise some readers and may be questioned by others, but
he was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the
secular and religious level. ...It is probable that the relative
influence of Muhammad on Islam has been larger than the combined
influence of Jesus Christ and St. Paul on Christianity. ...It is this
unparalleled combination of secular and religious influence which I feel
entitles Muhammad to be considered the most influential single figure in
human history.

Dr. William Draper in 'History of Intellectual Development of Europe'
Four years after the death of Justinian, A.D. 569, was born in Mecca, in
Arabia, the man who, of all men, has exercised the greatest influence
upon the human race... To be the religious head of many empires, to
guide the daily life of one-third of the human race, may perhaps justify
the title of a Messenger of God.

J.W.H. Stab in 'Islam and its Founder'
Judged by the smallness of the means at his disposal, and the extent and
permanence of the work that he accomplished, his name in world's history
shines with a more specious lustre than that of the Prophet of Makkah.
To the impulse which he gave numberless dynasties have owed their
existence, fair cities and stately palaces and temples have arisen, and
wide provinces became obedient to the Faith. And beyond all this, his
words have governed the belief of generations, been accepted as their
rule of life, and their certain guide to the world to come. At a
thousand shrines the voices of the faithful invoke blessings on him,
whom they esteem the very Prophet of God, the seal of the Apostles....
Judged by the standards to human renown, the glory of what mortal can
compare with his?

Washington Irving in 'Life of Muhammad,' New York, 1920.
His military triumphs awakened no pride nor vain glory as they would
have done had they been effected by selfish purposes. In the time of his
greatest power he maintained the same simplicity of manner and
appearance as in the days of his adversity. So far from affecting regal
state, he was displeased if, on entering a room, any unusual testimonial
of respect was shown to him.

Arthur Glyn Leonard in 'Islam, Her Moral and Spiritual Values'
It was the genius of Muhammad, the spirit that he breathed into the
Arabs through the soul of Islam that exalted them. That raised them out
of the lethargy and low level of tribal stagnation up to the high
watermark of national unity and empire. It was in the sublimity of
Muhammad's deism, the simplicity, the sobriety and purity it inculcated
the fidelity of its founder to his own tenets, that acted on their moral
and intellectual fiber with all the magnetism of true inspiration.

Charles Stuart Mills in 'History of Mohammadanism'
Deeply read in the volume of nature, though extremely ignorant of
letters, his mind could expand into controversy with the wisest of his
enemies or contract itself to the apprehension of meanest of his
disciples. His simple eloquence was rendered impressive by a manner of
mixed dignity and elegance, by the expression of a countenance where the
awfulness of his majesty was so well tempered by an amiable sweetness,
that it exerted emotions of veneration and love. He was gifted with that
authoritative air or genius which alike influences the learned and
commands the illiterate.

Philip K. Hitti in 'History of the Arabs'
Within a brief span of mortal life, Muhammad called forth of unpromising
material, a nation, never welded before; in a country that was hitherto
but a geographical expression he established a religion which in vast
areas suppressed Christianity and Judaism, and laid the basis of an
empire that was soon to embrace within its far flung boundaries the
fairest provinces the then civilized world.

Stanley Lane-Poole in 'Studies in a Mosque'
He was one of those happy few who have attained the supreme joy of
making one great truth their very life spring. He was the messenger of
One God, and never to his life's end did he forget who he was or the
message which was the marrow of his being. He brought his tidings to his
people with a grand dignity sprung from the consciousness of his high
office, together with a most sweet humility.

W. Montgomery Watt in 'Muhammad at Mecca,' Oxford, 1953.
His readiness to undergo persecution for his beliefs, the high moral
character of the men who believed in him and looked up to him as a
leader, and the greatness of his ultimate achievement - all argue his
fundamental integrity. To suppose Muhammad an impostor raises more
problems that it solves. Moreover, none of the great figures of history
is so poorly appreciated in the West as Muhammad.... Thus, not merely
must we credit Muhammad with essential honesty and integrity of purpose,
if we are to understand him at all; if we are to correct the errors we
have inherited from the past, we must not forget the conclusive proof is
a much stricter requirement than a show of plausibility, and in a matter
such as this only to be attained with difficulty.

D. G. Hogarth in 'Arabia'
Serious or trivial, his daily behavior has instituted a canon which
millions observe this day with conscious memory. No one regarded by any
section of the human race as Perfect Man has ever been imitated so
minutely. The conduct of the founder of Christianity has not governed
the ordinary life of his followers. Moreover, no founder of a religion
has left on so solitary an eminence as the Muslim apostle.

Washington Irving 'Mahomet and His Successors'
He was sober and abstemious in his diet and a rigorous observer of
fasts. He indulged in no magnificence of apparel, the ostentation of a
petty mind; neither was his simplicity in dress affected but a result of
real disregard for distinction from so trivial a source.

In his private dealings he was just. He treated friends and strangers,
the rich and poor, the powerful and weak, with equity, and was beloved
by the common people for the affability with which he received them, and
listened to their complaints.

His military triumphs awakened no pride nor vain glory, as they would
have done had they been effected for selfish purposes. In the time of
his greatest power he maintained the same simplicity of manners and
appearance as in the days of his adversity. So far from affecting a
regal state, he was displeased if, on entering a room, any unusual
testimonials of respect were shown to him. If he aimed at a universal
dominion, it was the dominion of faith; as to the temporal rule which
grew up in his hands, as he used it without ostentation, so he took no
step to perpetuate it in his family.

James Michener in 'Islam: The Misunderstood Religion,' Reader's Digest,
May 1955, pp. 68-70.
"No other religion in history spread so rapidly as Islam. The West has
widely believed that this surge of religion was made possible by the
sword. But no modern scholar accepts this idea, and the Qur'an is
explicit in the support of the freedom of conscience."

"Muhammad, the inspired man who founded Islam, was born about A.D. 570
into an Arabian tribe that worshiped idols. Orphaned at birth, he was
always particularly solicitous of the poor and needy, the widow and the
orphan, the slave and the downtrodden. At twenty he was already a
successful businessman, and soon became director of camel caravans for a
wealthy widow. When he reached twenty-five his employer recognizing his
merit, proposed marriage. Even though she was fifteen years older, he
married her and as long as she lived remained a devoted husband."

"Like almost every major prophet before him, Muhammad fought shy of
serving as the transmitter of God's word sensing his own inadequacy. But
the Angel commanded 'Read'. So far as we know, Muhammad was unable to
read or write, but he began to dictate those inspired words which would
soon revolutionize a large segment of the earth: "There is one God"."

"In all things Muhammad was profoundly practical. When his beloved son
Ibrahim died, an eclipse occurred and rumors of God 's personal
condolence quickly arose. Whereupon Muhammad is said to have announced,
'An eclipse is a phenomenon of nature. It is foolish to attribute such
things to the death or birth of a human being'."

"At Muhammad's own death an attempt was made to deify him, but the man
who was to become his administrative successor killed the hysteria with
one of the noblest speeches in religious history: 'If there are any
among you who worshiped Muhammad, he is dead. But if it is God you
Worshiped, He lives for ever'."

Lawrence E. Browne in 'The Prospects of Islam,' 1944
Incidentally these well-established facts dispose of the idea so widely
fostered in Christian writings that the Muslims, wherever they went,
forced people to accept Islam at the point of the sword.

K. S. Ramakrishna Rao in 'Mohammed: The Prophet of Islam,' 1989
My problem to write this monograph is easier, because we are not
generally fed now on that (distorted) kind of history and much time need
not be sr worth the name. The principle of Islam that "there is no
compulsion in religion" is well known.

Jules Masserman in 'Who Were Histories Great Leaders?' in TIME Magazine,
July 15, 1974
Perhaps the greatest leader of all times was Mohammad, who combined all
the three functions. To a lesser degree Moses did the same.

(Copyright 1990, 1997, All Rights Reserved)


Wednesday, October 12


In the early hours of Saturday morning, 8th Oct 05, Pakistan's northern areas were hit by the worst disaster of it's kind, a gaint earthquake measured 7.6 on richter scale. More than 50 villages in Pakistan are badly effected. The death toll has risen to more than 30,000 where a large percentage is that of children. There are reports of children still trapped in the rubble. The images, pictures and news footage show the horrendous reality and the vulnerability of the human race in the hands of Nature. It's simply heartbreaking!
All sort of relief efforts and aid are in the process of reaching the effected areas. However, bad weather, heavy rain and landslides have hampered the relief efforts to get to the victims on time. Desperation is evident in such scenarios.
People all over, are donating generously and many nations have come forward to help provide a much needed funding. Rescue operations are in place, however a lot more yet needed to be done.
These are the testing times. May Allah bestow His mercy upon our nation and on every one of us. Ameen.

Thursday, August 18

Islam is peace

Islam is here

( a cute lil poem by some cute lil girl..)

Islam is peace, Islam is ease,
Islam's not danger or disease.
Islam is love and prosperity.
Islam's not hatred or adversity.

Islam is salvation through repentence.
Islam has love for all in abundance.
Islam means no harm or affliction.
Islam implores you with affection.

Islam is neither maze nor craze.
Islam is giving Allah all praise.
Islam is acing through the race.
Islam will be on everyone's face.

Islam is worshipping only the Creator.
Islam's not mere numbers on a calculator.
Islam gives you power when you surrender.
Islam's not for a terrorist or a pretender.

Islam is patience and perseverance.
Islam eases your vengeance through tolerance.
Islam is life for all eternity.
Islam gives you respect, moreover dignity.

Islam is winning hearts through honesty
Islam is giving openly in charity
Islam makes you wholesome and trustworthy
Islam is in wealth as well as in poverty.

Islam is your shield against all evil.
Islam is for your soul's retrieval.
Islam not fundamentalism or fanaticism.
Islam's not nationalism or racism.

Wake up, people, Islam is here.
Islam is here, so have no fear.

Then which of the favours of your Lord will you deny?(13: Sura e Rehman)