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بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِالرَّحِيْمِ
It’s always hard to write about yourself without being too critical. I’ve had to remove this page a couple of times because people felt I was being too harsh on myself, but I really struggle to say something positive about myself without the fear of punishment from Allah (swt).
So I make du’aa that Allah rids my heart of any pride or ego.
I was born in Nottingham, UK with my passport saying that I am ‘British Bangladeshi’. However this is just a mere title for administrative purposes. I am a Muslim and that is my identity and nationality.
I’d like to say that when I was a young I had no interest in indulging in the usual sinful activities of youth-hood, such as Zina (fornication), smoking, drugs or alcohol. I can remember that I used to consciously keep myself away from all of this. This was probably due to me not wishing to upset my parents, but also a good upbringing that had taught me that it was incorrect and that Allah (swt) is always watching.
It wasn’t until I started college that I began to feel a closer connection to Allah (swt) and His Messenger ﷺ, with my older brother coming into contact with some very knowledgeable and admirable Hizb ut-Tahrir members that opened his eyes to understanding Islam in its spiritual, political and social manner.
He began to relay this knowledge on to me and the rest of the family which sparked all of our interests. This solid foundation of proving the Creator, the Qur’an and the Messenger is what strengthens the Iman (decisive belief) and makes it unshakeable. Without it, the Muslim would not remain steadfast in their call to Islam and doubts will continue to harbour.
Since then my priority in life has drastically changed and with the help of Allah (swt) I’ve been taking all my solutions from Allah and His Messenger ﷺ. The very reason I own a blog is linked to this priority – it is to spread the message of Islam as widely as possible as da’wah is not constrained to face to face contact alone anymore.
May Allah (swt) make us amongst those who dedicate their lives to the worship of Him. May Allah (swt) make us amongst those who take their solutions from Islam, whether that be social matters, spiritual matters or political matters.
I pray that the Ummah see through the lies and deception painted upon Hizb ut-Tahrir and give it the due attention it deserves as it is the only group dedicated in preserving the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ and making change through the correct way and the only way which is the methodology set out by our Beloved Nabi ﷺ himself.
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