Saturday, August 9, 2014

#SAVEGAZA

As a human, you believe in something - a deity, a book, a person, heck even a tv show - the fact is that you BELIEVE. You believe that whatever happens, happens because that particular thing makes it happen. You may believe in karma, you may believe in leprechauns. But, you want to know what I and 100,000 other people believe:

- We believe that humanity isn't a choice, isn't a law. It's not something YOU can decide. It's something that is prewritten in our nerves, our blood, our mind. The fact that humanity has to be microscope-d in Gaza is pathetic for the human race; we might as well have the Hollywood aliens come and disintegrate us.
- We believe that the life of a human doesn't end in this World. This World is just a stopover to our whole lives in either heaven or hell - but that doesn't mean that living on Earth should be a comparison to Hell.
- We believe that children deserve to play, learn and grow. Not cry, bleed and die.
- We believe that God is All-Seeing and All-Knowing. Enough said.
-We believe that human rights are not just for the West. They were written in ink, typed out with anticipation, spoken with courage; for everyone!

This world amounts to nothing in the end, but no one should have to see their child, their mother, father, sister, brother, friend, husband, wife - lying on the floor, covered in blood, waiting for their Lord to save them form this merciless world.

I am in tears writing this, and my heart is in absolute pain. But as a Muslim, I am jealous that the people of Gaza wake up to this world and by then end of the day they are with our Lord. Sub'hanAllah!

Ya'Allah, whoever is helping, making an effort or praying for the people of Gaza, make their efforts blessed and please shine some light on those who are still in the dark. Aameen.

#ImMuslimandImprayingforGaza

This is a different sort of post, but it's something I believe in and something I will fight for. This is my opinion and I am, in no way whatsoever, forcing anyone to believe in the same. To each their own.