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‘Ad Deen an Naseeha’

And when they are called to [the words of] Allah and His Messenger to judge between them, at once a party of them turns aside [in refusal].
But if the right is theirs, they come to him in prompt obedience.
Quran translation, Surah an-Nur, 24:48-49

Assalaamu Alaykum,

How many of us are the type of people described in the two verses above?

That when are in the wrong, we have every excuse for ourselves, no no no it’s this and that reason, you don’t understand, it’s all the other persons fault, etc etc.

So when someone comes to us with trying to show us the correct path from the Quran and Sunnah whether the wronged party or someone giving us sincere advice we turn away.

But when the evidence from the Quran and sunnah is on our side, oh now things are different.

Now, it’s “ad deen an naseeha” now we ask how can the other person turn away from the Quran and sunnah, what is wrong with them, what sort of sinful person are they to reject our ‘daleel’ do they even have any emaan?

These verses actually describe a trait of the munafiq, how lightly we take this danger in our lives that we could fall into nifaq and be raised in that state on the day of judgement.

This is a reminder very much to myself as well as others, we are all sinful and weak at times. Better to admit it and try to fix up, we shouldn’t try to wriggle our way out of things because even if that works for a time with the people around us, it will not work with the Rabbil ‘alamin.

Assalaamu Alaykum,



Rizwan Syed spyThis is Rizwan Syed, he is an undercover reporter for the Daily Mail, who attends mosques and Muslim events under a false name with undercover cameras and audio recorders.

If you happen to meet him at any mosque or event, and he asks you questions about political affairs or “controversial” theological topics, please inform the mosque committee or event organisers immediately.


“This rat goes into mosques and pretends to befriend people so he can write disgustingly vile stories about the community. From what I have learned, he tries to pressurise children into make remarks by misconstruing what they say.

If you see this man in you mosque, make sure you politely eject him, explaining that there is no place for snakes.

Just to be clear, he is worse than just being a Daily Mail, stooge. His initial ‘investigation’ was for dispatches who dumped the whole project. So it seems he took his material to the Daily Mail as he found an outlet that would mirror his vile lies.”

Asim Qureshi – Director for CAGE