25 November 2010

Enough's Enough.


If there is one thing I find utterly detestable, it's got to be The Sect Question.

SO, as of today, I refuse to answer this ridiculous, dividing and not to mention, nosey, enquiry.. It's sickens me that we are so separated. I am simply a MUSLIM; I couldn't give a monkeys about the details of what other Muslims believe - each to their own. Nobody is going to sleep in another person's grave! As long as we all follow the Quran and the Prophet (S), I don't care about anything else. What is with this continuous judgement of each other that we are in no way entitled to be dishing out?! We are supposed to be ONE UMMAH.
A video I found here on YouTube to make you feel all gooy, yay:




United we stand, divided.. well just look around.

9 comments:

Ayuni said...

Salam, yes, we proud to be muslim!!!!

nita said...

agree. We're muslim. Don't let anything devided us.
btw the music is so beautiful. :)

H.K. said...

totally agree! keep up the good work! even posting this helps spread the united sentiment. Thank you.

nazirafarahinomar said...

ohh, soo agree with u, sis!
Islam guides me to the truth :)

Splendid said...

Yup totally! I hate the sect question too.. it's sooo queasy and annoying! Urgg...

Umm Assad said...

Salams your site is beautiful, watched the video, on how to wear a lace band and hijab. I tried it today, it looks beautiful.

K. Malik said...

ASA! 1st can I say I LOVE the picture of the beautiful hijabis! And I love the video. May Allah bless the Muslims who are not afraid to practice their faith no matter what the circumstance. And when I am asked what "kind" or "sect" of Muslim I am, I say simply "I'm Muslim!"

Haute Muslimah said...

I have no idea what the sect question is..
But I do agree that if you're Muslim you're Muslim and that's that.

Houda said...

I wish the rest of the world realised this: no body is going to sleep in another person's grave! I love that line and will proceed to use it, if I may!

Its not just about Muslims, but the world over. God created us all. A little compassion and understanding go a looooooooong way.

:-)