Friday, 8 August 2014

Taking a stand against israel

Seeing the evident lack of support despite the massacre of over 2000 innocent civilians in Palestine, I feel I must try and put in words the reasons why we must act together and stand against Israel.

For those of you who know me, I'm not usually really into politics, maybe disheartened is the best way to describe my political stands.

But if you know me you will also be aware that I'm not someone to stand by and watch the oppressed suffering at the hand of bullies, and that I hate nothing more than terrorism, injustice, ignorance and intolerance.

Which brings me here.

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is by no way news. It's been a slowly unfolding cleansing led by Zionists ruling the country. Jews, Christians and Muslims have found themselves caught up in a conflict which has torn apart family after family.

The Zionist have slowly 'cleansed' the area to create a state under the pretext of Judaism. This reminds me of Hitler's 'cleansing' of Europe. They are absolutely no difference between the two. The abused children of one genocide have become the perpetrators of yet another genocide? If you know anything about psychology, this is what abusive people use as an excuse to justify their violent outbursts to allow themselves to carry on doing harm.

To further my point, Jews around the world have made a clear point that they do not support Zionist Israel. So like only the evil filled abusers who refuse to seek help against their violence and use their past as a justification of their crimes, Zionists are using that card to justify their massacres.

Anyway, the result is that Palestine is now a slither of a country, pushed against the sea, with nowhere to go, highly restricted access to business essentials, their universities and hospitals have been bombed, hundreds of children, as innoncent as any child ever is have been shredded to pieces, and I don't mean it as an allegory. Literally, parents have had to pick up bits of limbs and bury those in lieu of any decent funeral.

If any of you are parents out there, I want you to put yourself in the shoes of those parent. Imagine your child ripped into pieces, so much so that when you 've collected their remains, it just seems you're carrying a bag out of the butchers.

The geographical situation of the conflict is of course of religious importance. Jerusalem is at the centre of it all. Our beloved Jerusalem. Jews, Muslims and Christians together are spiritualy attached to the city. By right, all three populations should be allowed to live and worship in their holy land as they please. All of the prophets would have preached the same.

If you and your two sibblings squable over who will live with your beloved mother, do you agree you can all live together, or maybe take turns in spending time with her or do you cut your mum into pieces?

This conflict is using the pretext of religion, while in fact it isn't.

The israehell-I government, as I like to call it, is in a position of power and control, it has manipulated its way into convincing the world that they deserve the attention. It has made ties with the 'superpowers ' America and UK.

Sorry for doing this again, but like an abusive husband will manipulate the world around him to show him as a fun loving generous person, with ties to charities and police forces to mask their hideous crime against their trapped wife who has no way out if this living hell.

But get what isra-hell, your crimes are no longer going unseen. The so called allies you have are going to wake up to your heinous crimes and we are coming together to get you.

The BBC is now also openly seeking support for Palestinian victims.

Christians, Jews and Muslim s around the world are standing together against you.let me rephrase this, people around the world, regardless of their religion are standing together against you.

With God on our side, we'll see see how you try to weasel your way out of court for crimes of war, right behind the likes of Stalin, Hitler and all the other tyrants who have or should have paid for their crimes.

Friday, 23 May 2014


And yes, Inshallah, I hope this is me back in my blogmode - with lots more ideas to share...

Really want to share the incredible experience I have had with the Museum of London. Will do this soon inshallah


The things I have learnt as a Muslimah

Salaams my dear readers... I haven't written anything for at least a year and I am so glad to have managed to get myself back here. The past 18 months have been very interesting for me, I''ve managed to push my career to somewhere a lot closer to my goals, with Allah s guidance alhamdulillah.

I have had some incredible things come my way, including being invited to donate an outfit to the Museum of London as it illustrates the change in muslim fashion today. SubhanAllah. I will have to create an entire entry on the matter though as it isn't what brought me here today.

I recently found myself pondering over the changes I have seen in myself since turning to Islam and how , many of these aspects may be surprising and unexpected.

The first noticeable change for me has been with my fashion and clothing. Being a muslimah has made me prouder of being female. It has empowered me emotionally to connect with my feminine side. I hadn't really thought of this until I was actually looking at the outfits I was donating to Museum of London. I noticed a vast array of creams, pinks, pastels, sheer fabrics, lace and pearls. Some very feminine items. The funny part is I used to hate pink with a passion. I didn't hate it on others or in nature but I didn't want it associated to me. Why? I think partly because I am blonde. I didn't want to fall into the stereotype of a Barbie doll. I didn't want to be missjudged as stupid or superficial. So I stayed very clear away from the colour. 
Somehow, now that I am Muslim, I have come to love pink. One reason is that with a headscarf I can never be associated to a barbie again, I have stood up to my beliefs and shown the intellect behind it. The second reason is that under my headscarf, my hair can be whatever colour I want, if people want to judge me, it will be on my Hijab and nothing else. The fact I am now also a wife has helped me channel my feeling of being a woman in the truest sense of the word. Alhamdulillah, I feel really blessed . I have also gained the understanding that my body belongs to Allah, and this has made me respect myself more. I am taking greater care of it. 

An other aspect of me which has changed is my interest in politics and speaking up for women rights and for the missrepresented . I am not an argumentative person and put me in a group of more than 4 people and I go quiet. However, with Islam, I have grown more passionate about certain issues and have found myself wanting to make a stand against injustices. It's also made me want to get into politics and help create a better environment for Britons. We have sat back and watched to government shred the economy to pieces, along with our trust in them and the environment.

I guess the right way to phrase this is that Islam has empowered me and given me the confidence to be myself. 5 years ago I would have been incapable of speaking in public. 2 months ago I spoke to just under a hundred sisters about using the prophet muhammad (peace be upon him) as a role model to help inspire our youth. 

The newest aspect of my development has been to realisation of how green I am willing and trying for my life to be. Mainly inspired by May s issue of Sisters Magazine about the Green lifestyle... I got so excited reading all these articles about looking after the earth, recycling and responsible homing. I have devoured the magazines' articles and this has inspired me for my next talk at Turning Point Inshallah.  

Do I miss anything from my life before or the old me?

Do I crave anything I haven't got?
Yes, two things. Motherhood and a better practice of my faith Inshallah things which will come in good time. 

I am looking forward to the other paths this journey will uncover....

Speak soon sisters :) 

Salaam alaikum