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Hello, Muslim brothers, Sisters,

 

I am a 15 year old boy, I have seen in the recent years, Islam is losing its followers. Day by day, I lose my faith. I DONT WANT TO. I LOVE Islam, It has taught me respect, love, everything. I am sorry to say, but my mother is a very strong person, but now muslim women are so WEAK, Litterally. Not being able to accept some beatings from the husbands. It HAPPENS, in a couple of years relations DO get better. My mother and father are strict in religion and studies. Thats what i love about them the most, but I am doing very bad things. I will not post it hear, I Just want to let you Muslims know, Your not the only sinners, and now if we do NOT follow our religion, bad times are coming, we will now eventually hear this,

 

"ALCOHOL IS NOT HARAM, ONLY IF YOU GET DRUNK!!?"

"WHAT? SEX IS NOT HARAM, JUST ACT LIKE HE'S YOUR HUSBAND!"

"DUDE DON'T WORRY, THIS DRUG IS TOTALLY HALAL. YOU WON'T DIE, IT'S ONLY COCAINE."

 

Now looking through the forums, the Sheihks, or answers, are also wrong to the people. When we say it is Sunnah to pray your sunnah rakats, I have heard people say,

 

" OH NO ITS NOT FARD, JUST IF YOU WANT TO."

 

Well then answer this question, how are you muslim, if you said Muhammad SWT is your Main Prophet, and Allah is your god, but you don't follow what they say.

 

I'm not saying I am the best Muslim. I'm just saying, OPEN your hears to what you DONT WANT TO HEAR.

 

Ex.

"Is music haram?"

NO TO: "No it's only haram if it says bad things, Its ok if it has instruments..."

YES TO: " Yes, only nasheeds are permitted."

 

This coming from a young adult should mean something.

My mother has gone though a lot since her miscarriage. My dad became very abusive, and he rarely trusted her. Now she has 4 Children, a house, and NOW a loving husband. NO MATTER WHAT NEVER GIVE UP ON YOUR FIRST HUSBAND, EVEN IF HE ABUSES YOU. you will ruin your babies life if you had one.

 

From,

 

Muhammad Ali Jamal Khan

 

- Best wishes

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