I don’t really understand why some women saying thank you Likers for liking their immodest pictures.

Don’t you know those numbers of men likers of you are the numbers of sin you committed in a single photo plus those other viewers plus your hundreds or thousands of friends.

And what if your habit is uploading everyday? So it comes now in a large numbers of sin…recorded by the Angel on your bad Deed. Astaghfirulllah!

At some point of your mind, have some thinking/ponder and reflect that what’s gonna happen to me if die in a state where all my photos are publicly shown? Will it be my entrance to Jannah or to Jahannam.

Dear Sisters in Islam, we are aiding you to keep reminding you but the whole changes has to be from yourself. Hasn’t it?

May Allah SWT guide us to His path and may He put a fear in our hearts. Ameen

ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏‏شخص أو أكثر‏ و‏نشاطات في أماكن مفتوحة‏‏‏


Allah is close to you

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

“when we remember Allah by glorifying Him, being conscious of Him and thanking Him, He remembers us by answering our prayers, protecting us and guiding us throughout our lives”. Dr. Bilal Philips.

Dear sisters,

are you Sad?

Talk to Allah.

talk to Allah don’t talk to people, don’t confide to others about your sadness. but sadly nowadays mostly sisters listen to the music to solve their sadness. do you know sisters? listen to the music when you sad is not solve your problem at all. it makes you wild, music can’t control your emotion but it leads you to be more sad and sad. it makes you commiserating yourself. so leave the music, leave your sadness. take wudhu then pray, recite Al-Qur’an, talk to Allah. He will solve your problem. as long as you talk to Allah even crying. you feel more tranquillity. in sya Allah.

are you Happy?

Praise Allah.

remember, whatever your condition, your feeling. always return to Allah. even when you Happy. don’t be arrogant. when you Happy you leave Allah, you forget Him but when you sad you crying and talk to Allah. Allah said in Qur’an:

[All] praise is [due] to Allah, Lord of the worlds -” (Al-Fatihah 1 : 2)

“And whatever of blessings and good things you have, it is from Allah” [al-Nahl 16:53].

At the same time though, Allah provides us a way to escape that punishment by being thankful to Him. He says,

“Why should Allah punish you if you have thanked (Him) and have believed in Him. And Allah is Ever All-Appreciative (of good), All-Knowing” [(An-Nisa : 147)].

well, sisters may Allah bless you all. praise Allah and always thankful to Him when you Happy cause the blessing and can help us recognize that we already have enough of what many people have for long been yearning for. make us to be more humble. also by being thankful and praise Allah when you Happy, He will give you more and more. in sya Allah.

Allah says:

“And (remember) when your Lord proclaimed: ‘If you give thanks (by accepting Faith and worshipping none but Allah), I will give you more (of My Blessings); but if you are thankless, verily, My punishment is indeed severe’” [Ibraaheem 14:7]

do you have Problems?

Ask Allah for Help.

remember, everything in this world is belong to Him. so whatever your problems ask Allah, ask Him to help you. don’t ever ask people to help you. ask people about your problems makes you more confused there is no solution. why? because as a human we have different opinion about something, It is seen when we tell our problem, then our friend listen to it and they gave us solution sometime we cant accept easily, because our arrogance even we like to commiserating our selves rather than listen their solution. or even they gave us wrong solution that makes us more confused and sad with our problems. so sometime ask people about our problems can’t help us at all. return to Allah, ask Him for Help. He will solve your problems and Help you.

It is You we worship and You we ask for help.” (Al-Fatihah : 5)

are you Depressed?

Cry to Allah.

Dear Sisters, whatever your condition, your feeling, your problems. talk to Allah, always praise Allah, Ask Him for Help and cry to Allah. Allah is close to you. Allah always available. Allah will help you, Allah solve your problems. Allah bless you, in every situation.


sometime we are arrogant, we forgot that Allah is close to us, we like to ask people, talk people before we return to Allah. we put Allah in second option. we forgot that everything in our lives is belong to Allah, everything that we have is from Allah, every happiness and sadness too. indeed, when we feel that Allah is far. it’s not Him who far from us but we make distance with Him so every problems that we face feel so heavy and hard to solve. sisters, put Allah as your priority so your life will be easy. in sya Allah.


don’t be arrogant

Dear Sisters,

when you go to the Masjid and you see a sister with figure hugging clothes, full on makeup, nails done etc, don’t for a moment think that you’re better than her just because you wear the correct Jilbab/Niqab. Don’t for a moment wonder why she’s in the Masjid dressed up like that.
The Masjid does not belong to you. The Masjid is the House of Allah. EVERYONE is welcome. Pious ones, sinners, those seeking repentance or looking for a sense of direction. Who are you to limit it to anyone?
Rather than eyeballing that “modern” sister, remember this could be the first time she came to the Masjid. She could’ve been at some haram place but she chose to come to the House of Allah for a reason. Or she could be a regular at the Masjid. Or maybe she comes from a jahil (ignorant) family.
Maybe she’s a revert, a sister just beginning her journey to Islam. Maybe she hasn’t even reverted yet but is learning about Islam & thinks this type of dressing is more befitting than being half naked. Or maybe the sister knows all the rulings of Hijab but struggles in implementing them as she has weak Imaan.
Get up, leave your gang of Hijabi/Niqabi sisters. Make this sister feel welcome. Advise her in the BEST manner. Not in front of everyone. Take her to a side so not to embarrass her and then advise her in private. Honour her. Don’t humiliate her. Befriend her. Give her your number. Maybe all that sister needs is good company.
Remember Allah may forgive her for her sins but He won’t forgive you for your arrogance. Do not fall into the trap of Shaitaan and ever think you’re better than anyone.

consider whom you befriend

The different types of friends and which one to choose
Firstly: The one who befriends you for some worldly interest.
He is the one who befriends you for as long as he can benefit from you by way of money, status or other than that. As soon as that benefit ceases he turns into your enemy and he doesn’t know you any longer and nor do you know him. How numerous are the people of this category! And how numerous are those who complain when it comes to gaining some worldly benefit!
Allah says : “And of them are some who accuse you (O Muhammad ) in the matter of (the distribution of) the alms. If they are given part thereof, they are pleased, but if they are not given thereof, behold! They are enraged!” [Surah At-Taubah 9:58]
You think that he’s your close friend and from the most beloved people to you and that you are from the most beloved people to him, but when he asks you one day and says: “Lend me your book so that I may read through it!” and you say to him: “By Allah, I need the book today but I’ll give it to you tomorrow.” he suddenly becomes arrogant and hostile towards you. Is this a (real) friend?! This is the one who only befriends you for some worldly gain.
Secondly: The fun friend.
He only befriends you because he enjoys sitting, having conversations, socializing and staying up until late at night to have a chat with you, but he does not benefit you and nor do you benefit from him. Each one of you does not benefit the other. It is nothing else but time wasting. You similarly have to watch out when it comes to this category in order for him not to waste your precious time.
Thirdly: The good and virtuous friend.
He inspires you to do good and forbids you from doing evil. He opens up for you the doors of good and guides you towards them. And if you do a mistake he admonishes you without that you have to feel embarrassed. He is the good and virtuous friend.”
(Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen, may Allah have mercy upon him)

The Prophet ﷺ once said, “People follow the religion of their friends, so everyone should consider whom they befriend.” (Muslim)

“close friends, that day, will enemies to each other, except for the righteous” (quran surah Az-Zukhruf : 67)

so, dear Muslimah choose your friend carefully because your friend can be your way to Jannah, in sya Allah ^_^



List of Names in the Qur’an


Based Sequence of Revelation Decrease.

1. Surat Al-‘Alaq العلق (Mecca)
2. Al-Qalam القلم (Mecca)
3. Al-Muzzammil المزمل (Mecca)
4. Surah Al-Muddassir المدشر (Mecca)
5. Surah Al-Fatihah الفاتحة (Mecca)
6. Surah Al-Lahab المسد (Mecca)
7. At-takwir التكوير (Mecca)
8. Surah Al-A’la الأعلى (Mecca)
9. Al-Lail اليل (Mecca)
10. Al-Fajr الفجر (Mecca)
11. Surah Ad-Duha الضحى (Mecca)
12. Al-Inshirah الانشراح (Mecca)
13. Al-Asr العصر (Mecca)
14. Al-adiyat العاديات (Mecca)
15. Al-Kawthar الكوثر (Mecca)
16. At-Takathur التكاثر (Mecca)
17. Al-ma’un الماعون (Mecca)
18. Al-Kafirun الكافرون (Mecca)
19. Al-Fil الفيل (Mecca)
20. Al-Falaq الفلق (Mecca)
21. Surah An-Nas الناس (Mecca)
22. Surah Al-Ikhlas الإخلاص (Mecca)
23. An-Najm النجم (Mecca)
24. Surah ‘Abasa عبس (Mecca)
25. Surah Al-Qadr القدر (Mecca)
26. Ash-Shams الشمس (Mecca)
27. Al-burooj البروج (Mecca)
28. At-Tin التين (Mecca)
29. Surah Quraish قريش (Mecca)
30. Al-qaria القارعة (Mecca)
31. Al-Qiyamah القيمة (Mecca)
32. Al-humaza الهمزة (Mecca)
33. Al-Mursalat المرسلات (Mecca)
34. Qaf ق (Mecca)
35. Al-Balad البلد (Mecca)
36. At-Tariq الطارق (Mecca)
37. Al-Qamar القمر (Mecca)
38. Sad ص (Mecca)
39. Al-A’raf الأعراف (Mecca)
40. Al-Jinn الجن (Mecca)
41. Ya Sin يس (Mecca)
42. Al-Furqan الفرقان (Mecca)
43. fatir فاطر (Mecca)
44. Maryam مريم (Mecca)
45. Ta-Ha طه (Mecca)
46. Al-waqi’a الواقعه (Mecca)
47. Asy-Syu’ara ‘ الشعراء (Mecca)
48. An-Naml النمل (Mecca)
49. Al-Qasas القصص (Mecca)
50. Al-Isra بني إسرائيل (Mecca)
51. Yunus ينوس (Mecca)
52. Hud هود (Mecca)
53. Yusuf يسوف (Mecca)
54. Al-Hijr الحجر (Mecca)
55. Al-An’am الانعام (Mecca)
56. As-Saffat الصافات (Mecca)
57. Luqman لقمان (Mecca)
58. Saba ‘ سبا (Mecca)
59. Az-Zumar الزمر (Mecca)
60.Ghafir المؤمن (Mecca)
61. fussilat فصلت (Mecca)
62. Ash-Shura الشورى (Mecca)
63. Az-Zukhruf الزخرف (Mecca)
64. Ad-Dukhan الدخان (Mecca)
65. Al-jathiya الجاثية (Mecca)
66. Al-Ahqaf الأحقاف (Mecca)
67. ADH-DHARIYAT الذاريات (Mecca)
68. Al-Gasyiyah الغاشية (Mecca)
69. Al-Kahf الكهف (Mecca)
70. An-Nahl النحل (Mecca)
71. Nuh نوح (Mecca)
72. Ibrahim إبراهيم (Mecca)
73. Al-Anbiya الأنبياء (Mecca)
74. Al-Mu’minun المؤمنون (Mecca)
75. As-Sajda السجدة (Mecca)
76. At-Tur الطور (Mecca)
77. Al-Mulk الملك (Mecca)
78. Al-haaqqa الحآقة (Mecca)
79. Al-maarij المعارج (Mecca)
80. An-Naba النبا (Mecca)
81. An-naziat النازعات (Mecca)
82. Al-infitar الانفطار (Mecca)
83. Al-inshiqaq الانشقاق (Mecca)
84. Ar-Rum الروم (Mecca)
85. Al-ankabut العنكبوت (Mecca)
86. Al-mutaffifin المطففين (Mecca)
87. Al-Baqarah البقرة (Madinah)
88. Al-Anfal الأنفال (Madinah)
89. Al ‘Imran آل عمران (Madinah)
90.Al-Ahzab الأحزاب (Madinah)
91. Al-mumtahina الممتحنة (Madinah)
92. An-Nisa النساء (Madinah)
93. AZ-ZALZALA الزلزلة (Mecca)
94. Al-Hadid الحديد (Madinah)
95. Muhammad محمد (Madinah)
96. Ar-Ra’d الرعد (Mecca)
97. Ar-Rahman الرحمن (Medina and Mecca)
98. Al-Insan الانسان (Madinah)
99. At-Talaq الطلاق (Madinah)
100. Al-Bayyina البينة (Madinah)
101. Al-Hashr الحشر (Madinah)
102. An-Nur النور (Madinah)
103. Surah Al-Hajj الحج (Madinah and Mecca)
104. Al-munafiqun المنافقون (Madinah)
105. Al-mujadila المجادلة (Madinah)
106. Al-Hujurat الحجرات (Madinah)
107. At-Tahrim التحريم (Madinah)
108. At-Tagabun التغابن (Madinah)
109. As-Saff الصف (Madinah)
110. Al-Jumu’ah الجمعة (Madinah)
111. Al-Fath الفتح (Madinah)
112. Al-Ma’idah المآئدة (Madinah)
113. At-Tauba التوبة (Madinah)
114. An-Nasr النصر (Madinah)


Six criteria for Hijab

According to Qur’an and Sunnah there are basically six criteria for observing hijab:
1. Extent:
The first criterion is the extent of the body that should be covered. This is different for men and women. The extent of covering obligatory on the male is to cover the body at least from the navel to the knees. For women, the extent of covering obligatory is to cover the complete body except the face and the hands upto the wrist. If they wish to, they can cover even these parts of the body. Some scholars of Islam insist that the face and the hands are part of the obligatory extent of ‘hijab’. All the remaining five criteria are the same for men and women.
2. The clothes worn should be loose and should not reveal the figure.

3. The clothes worn should not be transparent such that one can see through them.
4. The clothes worn should not be so glamorous as to attract the opposite sex.

5. The clothes worn should not resemble that of the opposite sex.

6. The clothes worn should not resemble that of the unbelievers i.e. they should not wear clothes that are specifically identities or symbols of the unbelievers’ religions.

Complete ‘hijab’, besides the six criteria of clothing, also includes the moral conduct, behaviour, attitude and intention of the individual. A person only fulfilling the criteria of ‘hijab’ of the clothes is observing ‘hijab’ in a limited sense. ‘Hijab’ of the clothes should be accompanied by ‘hijab’ of the eyes, ‘hijab’ of the heart, ‘hijab’ of thought and ‘hijab’ of intention. It also includes the way a person walks, the way a person talks, the way he behaves, etc. (Dr. Zakir Naik)



Why do we use Niqab?

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,

Nowadays when nudity and semi-nudity is so common, covering yourself with modesty is something different, people will hate you, mocking you and gives you negative attention. not only non-muslim even another muslim/muslimah gives you negative attention about your niqab. oh so sad.

I have had a lot of experience with my niqab, sometime they mocking me, sometime they hit me, sometime they say “DO NOT OVER DO”. even they were muslim/muslimah. I thought it doesn’t matter if non-muslim hate you and your niqab but it’s something weird if muslim/muslimah hate you and your niqab. don’t we have to love each other as a muslim, do we? don’t you know, Loving other Muslims is a sign of strong faith. Allah will bring them close to Him on the Day of Judgement. so what if other muslim/muslimah hate you just because your niqab?

Allah, the Exalted, says:
“O you who believe! Let not a group scoff at another group; it may be that the latter are better than the former. Nor let (some) women scoff at other women; it may be that the latter are better than the former. Nor defame one another, nor insult one another by nicknames. How bad is it to insult one’s brother after having Faith [i.e., to call your Muslim brother (a faithful believer) as: `O sinner’, or `O wicked’]. And whosoever does not repent, then such are indeed Zalimun (wrongdoers).” (Al-Hujurat : 11)

Hadith 1574. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “It is enough evil for a Muslim to look down upon his (Muslim) brother.” [Muslim].  ((Riyadus Saleheen, CHAPTER 273  PROHIBITION OF DESPISING MUSLIMS ))

Dear Muslimah, Tolerance (samah) is an important trait of a Muslim’s good character. Muslims should be kind and gentle, patient with people, forgiving of bad character, and lenient whenever possible. so Muslims must temper their anger with patience, tolerance, and the ability to hold back harmful words. In fact, such tolerance and patience is a characteristic of true faith in Allah, good manners, and upright character. so why do they hate other Muslimah just because of their niqab?

Im going to explain you all “WHY DO WE USE NIQAB?”

A’Ishah (رضي الله عنه) used to say: when these verses were revealed – “and to draw their veils all over juyoobihinna (i.e. their bodies, faces, necks and bosoms) they took their izaars (a kind of garment) and tore them from the edges and covers their faces with them. [Bukhaari, 4481]

if people say;
Anytime Jilbab : yes
Anytime Niqab : No
Niqab is not an obligation.
yes niqab isn’t an obligation. but As we know in Qur’an
surah al-ahzab : 59 ( O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves [part] of their outer garments.)
**It talks about loose hijab that covering our bodies.

But see in surah an-noor : 30 ( Tell the believing men to reduce [some] of their vision)
**that is function of niqab to help them to lower their gaze.

Also in surah an-noor : 31 ( And tell the believing women to reduce [some] of their vision and guard their private parts and not expose their adornment except that which [necessarily] appears thereof and to wrap [a portion of] their headcovers over their chests and not expose their adornment..)
**yes Not an obligation but an effort to help each other.

Because by wearing niqab we help ourself from evil eyes. You know sometimes men like to flirt women even with hijab. 
our niqab is our modesty, and in it lies our dignity because in wearing our niqab, we are dignifiying ourself and our body. no man will ever be seduced by a woman who refuses to expose her beauty and no man will ever try and exploit a woman who is covered up.
in our niqab lies our respect because the best kind of respect comes when you respect your own self and it is only when you respect yourself, that people will start respecting you.
in our niqab lies our honour as a Muslimah, and it shows that I don’t bow down to the demands of this world nor to fashion. we only bow down to our Lord and only strive to attain His pleasure, not the pleasure of this short lived-world.
a woman’s beauty truly lies in her modesty. the more modesty a woman has, the more beautiful she is.
you’ve chosen your dress. We’ve chosen ours. and it’s our right.
That’s why we use niqab. In sya Allah