One’s sorrow(ful – memories) gnawing at secrets of heart. Opposed to the cruel heatlessness of words.

Wrong conduct… or


Glimmerings fo the true meanings of spiritual love, something divine cannot be attained except outpouring of all soul to Allah!


Islam; The Religion of Peace

The last sermon (or khutbah) was delivered by our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw) during the Hajj of Year 10 (632 C.E), on 9th Dhul-Hijjah at Mount Arafah.

The last sermon delivered by the Prophet (saw) is without a doubt, highly inspiring and heartwarming. After so many years, the contents of the message in the sermon is still powerful and intense.

We urge you to read, deeply understand and most important, to share and spread this sermon to others- as much and many as possible, as said by the Prophet Muhammad (saw) at the end of this sermon.

No other Ahkam (Islamic law, command) was revealed after this.

May Allah bless Prophet Muhammad (saw), Ameen!

Artwork & Illustration (c) Illy Muzliza / Owh So Muslim (OSM)



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It is indeed funny to see how the star lined up a band of people whom it called the voices of moderation.

Well I don’t care about the non-Muslim (not Malay) in the line up because it is none of my business to interfere with how they want to define the term moderation, but it is kind of appalling to see the Malays in the list. They are

  • Marina Mahathir
  • Zaid Ibrahim
  • Razali Ismail (chairman of Global Movement of Moderates)
  • Zainah Anwar (Sisters in Islam co-founder)
  • Karim Raslan
  • Azmi Sharom
  • Anas Zubedy
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan
  • Sharyn Shufiyan (Tunku Abdul Rahman’s great granddaughter)

I want to clarify that I have nothing against them personally. What I am against is the people who put them in the list and claimed that they are the voices of moderation that represent the Muslims whereas many Muslims (including me) and Malays are against their…

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Many Prophets, One Message

Bible monotheism

The doctrine of the Trinity defines God as one being who eternally exists as three distinct Persons — the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Put simply, “one God in three persons”. Each of these persons has their own will, personality and they each perform different roles. While distinct from one another in these regards, in all else they are stated to be co-equal, and “each is God, whole and entire”. This is a typical diagram used by Trinitarians to summarise the doctrine of the Trinity:

Doctrine Trinity

Now, if the Trinity represents the truth about the nature of God Almighty, and was preached by Jesus (peace be upon him), then one would expect this to be reflected clearly throughout the Bible. Moreover, one would not expect to find anything which negates the doctrine. What follows are ten reasons, taken from the Bible, that disprove the doctrine of the Trinity.

1. God does not…

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1. Once in India an Aalim had passed away and it was observed that for one month sweet fragrance used to arise from his bed and from his entire house. People enquired about this mystery. His son-in-law said that the Aalim used to recite Durood Shareef every Friday night in his house. The fragrance was as a result of the recitation to the Durood Shareef.

2. In another incident, a calligrapher died. His family members saw him, who was a great sinner, after his death in their dream sitting in Heaven with full pomp and dignity. On enquiry, he said that he gained all these benefits because he used to write Durood whenever the name of the Holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaihi Wasallim) used to appear.

3. Shaikh Zardaq (radi Allahu anhu) says that when the writer of the book of…

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