Why Boko haram teaches are Against Islam

The Bokos kidnapped girls and forced them to
change their religion.

Islam says: “Let there be
no compulsion in religion…” (Qur’an 2:256)

The Bokos have forcefully married off some of the girls.

Islam says: “Do not inherit women against their
will” (Qur’an 4:19)

The Bokos are aggressive towards those who do not follow their beliefs.

all of the people on Earth would have believed [in
one religion]…” (Quran 10:99)

The Bokos have murdered thousands of Muslims and Christians alike in cold blood.

Islam says: “…if any one slew a person – unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land – it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people.” (Quran 5:32

The Bokos use the cover of Islam to commit their mayhem and claim they are doing God’s work.


The Bokos believe once you are not with them you are an enemy to them.

Islam says: “O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that ye may know each other (not
that ye may despise (each other)…” (Quran 49:13)

The Bokos have unleashed tyranny and indecency in the land.

Islam says: God commands justice and doing good and giving to relatives. And He forbids indecency and doing wrong and tyranny… (Quran 16:90)

***Despite all their false claims its clear, for those who wish to see, that the Bokos do not represent Islam because they are clearly acting against it!***

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Boko haram or pure terrorists?

Dear Muslims/ non Muslims

These are very critical times and we shouldn’t neglect our duties as genuine Muslims to show that we are against the terrorist group.

Try to avoid going to online forums and arguing endlessly.

Share love and friendship to everyone.


As far as I’m concerned BOKO HARAM are not Muslims but terrorists with their personal agenda.

Don’t you wonder how they keep calling Allah’s name each time they commit a crime as if to purposely tarnish the name of Islam?

Have you ever thought about this???

Obviously people are screaming for the so called genuine Muslims to come out and show they are against BOKO HARAM….but have you thought about the few people some even top official Muslims who did that and were murdered by the terrorists. When the government doesn’t provide any sort of protection!

Be you a Muslim or non Muslim we are both vulnerable to the heinous crime of the terrorist and we must unite and fight them rather than fight ourselves.

Pass this on if you care abit!


Ya Allah, whoever is behind this madness, killing of innocent lives and destruction of properties, no matter how high or low, how powerful or strong, Muslims, Christians or pagans, Northerners or Southerners, no matter their political allegiance or tribe, Ya Allah fish them out, expose them, destroy them, humiliate them
and put them to shame in this world and the hereafter.

Voice Of Reasoning…continues…

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The Strange Man. Continues…

“We found it unusually strange seeing you standing here while the prayer was in progress. What might be the problem?, the man asked me.

And for the first time in a long time someone finally asked me what my problem was . Now i must tell him my problem, the problem that have made my life miserable.

“I am in a big predicament, i am lost and confused. I need help!” my lips uttered the words like a sick person that have been waiting for the right time to throw up, to vomit every little thing that have made my life a living hell!

“You’ve come to the right place, glory be to God. Follow me please” the man said, holding me by my arm and leading me into the crowded room.
    Minutes later i was squatting beside the old man that i refer to as their leader. The old man greeted me and i replied. After observing them, i became inquisitive.

As much as i would like my problem to be solved by these strange people, i would also like to know who or what they are.

“What are you?” i asked the old man as if he was not of this world.

“I am a muslim” the old man replied.

Muslim? I have heard of them, but i had no idea what their deal was.

“Is that the name of your religion?” i asked further.

“No. The name of my religion is islam and a follower is called a muslim” he elaborated.

This is a strange religion. I was only familiar with christainity which my parents practised and also about those who worshipped objects, the pagans. I didn’t believe in the existence of a supreme being, but i was aware that the christains believe that there was a God. I also knew that the pagans worshipped objects, animals and people who they call their idols. Now I needed to ask the old man who their God is.

“Who is your God?”

“He is God, The One and Only God, The Eternal Absolute. He begetteth not, Nor is He begotten. And there is none like unto Him”.

The qualification of their God was so exact, it loudly stressed out that their God was only the One worthy of worship and firmly expressed that He was not given birth to nor does he give birth to.

“What is you God name?” i asked, feeling more interested in this God. The old man cleared his throat, recited the ninety nine names of his God.

The beauty of the names left me crying, i sobbed, trying to avoid bursting out crying. When he was through with the recitation he held my hand and said,

“Now is my turn to question you”

“Go ahead” i said.

“Who are you and what is your predicament?”

“Who i am is not important. My predicament transcends my personality” i replied.

“What is your predicament? Tell us please” the old man asked, feeling concerned.

I looked straight at the ceiling as i flashed back.



A Motivational Story-The Caliph and the New Clothes.

   The little boy came running to his mother crying with a request. 

“Jarir and Mughiz have
both got new clothes for Eid. Can I have some new clothes as well?”

  The mother picked him up and wiped his tears.
Their mother, Fatima bint Abdul Malik(RA), was no ordinary woman. Her father, grandfather and each of her four brothers
were at one time or another Caliph and leader of the Muslim Ummah. In fact, her own husband was the present Caliph, Umar
ibn Abdul Aziz(RA) – who ruled the world’s largest empire that stretched from the Atlantic to the Indian oceans. She promised
him that she would check with his father to see if he could have new clothes for Eid.
   When Umar ibn Abdul Aziz returned home, his wife related her sons request to him. The
Caliph had a pained look in his eyes.

“Fatima, you know how much I value my children, but
all the money I have is in front of you”, he said motioning towards the sparsely furnished hut.
Though a Caliph, Umar took care to live honestly and did much to ensure justice.
Fatima agreed with her husband, but she said that maybe it would be possible to buy very
cheap clothes for him and he would just be happy with something new to wear. The
tears have left satins on his cheeks.
Finally, the Caliph, saddened by the plight, agreed and wrote a letter to his treasurer requesting
that his pay be advanced a month early so that he could buy his child something to wear on Eid.
But the honest and pious Caliph had an equally honest treasurer who wrote a letter in reply to the Caliph. The Caliph read the letter
with tears flowing  from his eyes:

“Amir Ul-Mumineen, I have great respect for you and I trust and obey you completely. However, if
you could guarantee to me that you will live through the next month and do your service
to the people (which will entitle you to your pay) then the money can be advanced to you.
If you cannot give the assurance of your life, then how can the treasury pay you and why
are you taking the rights of the poor,orphans and widows onto your shoulders?”

Caliph Umar ibn Abdul Aziz realised his mistake. Fatima bint Abdul Malik, washed the
old clothes. The day of Eid arrived and the whole area of Damascus was buzzing with joy and celebration with people clad in their new attires. Caliph Umar ibn Abdul Aziz also set out for the Eid Prayer holding the hand of his
son, both father and son wearing their clean old clothing. The young boy’s face shone
brightly, as he walked alongside his father, convinced that the eternal pleasure and comforts of Jannah(Paradise) are by far superior to the comforts of this temporary world.

One has to wonder if they were made from the same dust as us. Once we (Muslims) were
kings on this Earth, but it wasn’t because we were large in number that we were respected.
It wasn’t because we were powerful that we were victorious. It wasn’t because we were
successful that we were admired. It wasn’t because our women were beautiful that they
were treated with honour and dignity. It wasn’t because we were intelligent that our example was emulated. It was all due to the
faith of Islam. Sometimes, it’s worthwhile reflecting on how far we’ve fallen so we know
how high we need to climb.

UK Mosques Urged To Install Panic Alarms And Saferooms

An American Islamic group has been advising
British mosques on security measures, including
the installation of safe rooms and panic alarms,
warning that they are at greater risk than in any
other western country.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
has discussed its revamped security regulations
with the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) in light of
the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, in Woolwich,
south-east London, which it said had even provoked
attacks in the United States.

The security improvements encouraged by CAIR,
America’s largest Muslim advocacy group,
encourage the building of transparent fences
around mosques, wire screens on windows,
designated security officials, three-inch-thick doors,
panic alarms and safe rooms.

Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for CAIR, said: “From
the outside it definitely seems UK mosques are
more at risk than anywhere, including the States.
There have been a number of recent incidents
targeting UK mosques, groups like the English
Defence League marching on mosques and a spike
in violent right-wing groups.”

Ibrahim Mogra, assistant secretary general of the
MCB, said: while a panic alarm that could instantly alert police might in certain areas be installed, it was vital mosques did not become too security conscious. “We don’t want mosques going overboard, where it’s almost like a fortified place.
We want these places to be open, and seen to be
welcoming places that people would not hesitate to
visit. Clearly our American friends have shown
concern for us and have shared their safety and
security measures. Although not all are relevant, we
can learn from each other’s experiences. The
common foe is a criminal we wish to keep out.”

According to Tell Mama, the government-funded
monitoring project that records anti-Muslim
attacks, about 12 mosques have been targeted
since Woolwich, including one in Grimsby where
three petrol bombs were thrown. Counter-terrorism
police are investigating whether an arson attack on
a Somali community centre in Muswell Hill, north
London, was in response to the killing of Rigby. The
letters EDL were found freshly painted on the
building’s walls, although the far-right group denies
any involvement. Tensions have also been inflamed
by Old Bailey hearings last week documenting a
planned terrorist attack on an EDL demonstration
that prosecutors say would have sparked a “tit-for-
tat spiral of violence and terror” across the country.

Fiyaz Mughal, director of the conflict resolution
charity Faith Matters, said too many mosques
remained vulnerable to attack in the aftermath of
Woolwich. Mughal said that, of the UK’s 1,500
mosques, 1,300 urgently needed to improve

He added:”There are a significant number
of mosques that don’t have CCTV, that don’t do an
audit of their lighting around their building. Many of
these mosques you can walk into without anybody
asking anything. The vast amount of mosques really
need to reconsider their safety measures. I would
classify them as vulnerable, given the changing
climate since 7/7. But Woolwich is a huge turning
point and if the mosques don’t realise that, they
really need to wake up to it.”

Hooper said his group had recently contacted the
FBI after a mosque in Georgia was vandalised with
apparent reference to the murder of Rigby. The
sign for the Islamic Centre of North Fulton was
spray-painted with the phrase “London Justice”.Source