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kausar, california - wrote on 4/22/2004 1:11:12 AM
pl keep on inspiring us with more of your experiences...
Anonymous, Florida,U.S. - wrote on 4/10/2004 12:18:57 AM
Comment:Bismillah!! i no longer feel as awckward as b4 about wearing my hijab...i have gone astray but am changing my ways...i am hoping and praying that Allah(PBUH) forgives us all...
sarah, malaysia - wrote on 3/26/2004 12:56:33 AM
Comment:assalamualaikum.. yes, ur story is great and touching anyway..well,many ppl out there face a lot of problems jz because dey are muslim and practising islam.. but here in malaysia,it turn out 2 b so different where hijab is a compulsory in schools but many refused 2 do so..we are free 2 practise whatever belief but sadly.there r many who are not taking advantage of this freedom..
so. lets pray 2 Allah that sumday the hidayah will shine through their heart...ameen..
rawz, Austraila - wrote on 2/26/2004 1:59:45 AM
Comment:salamz wr wb
wow ur story was so great sister, its as if im reading about my life. i felt that i went throught the same thing. alhamduiallah allah open our hearts.... may allah continue opening our fellow muslims hearts and minds.
Maha, Maine - wrote on 2/1/2004 8:42:19 PM
Comment:wow!! u have really inspired me sister of islam and I hope we will all meet each other in heaven inshallah. I used to not like to cover because my dad forced me, but my Mom was understandable. But now I look up to her and I really think it's great.
, lONDON - wrote on 1/16/2004 1:12:11 PM
Comment:Subhan'allah...my dear sister it is just as if you wrote my story. May Allah guide you always, and REMEBER THERE IS NO POWER OR ABILITY EXCEPT BY THE LEAVE OF ALLAH!
Anonymous(Please!), Louisana,U.S. - wrote on 1/7/2004 8:43:10 PM
Iloved your article!It was wonderful.I want to start wearing Hijab next year in junior high.I'll be 11 then.May Allah guide us all to the right path.
Amina, MN, USA - wrote on 12/16/2003 11:57:28 PM
Comment:Aslamuyalakum Sisters and brothers
Maryam I thank you for sharing ur stories. Alhimduliallah I have been wearing the hejiab ever since i could remember. but i think there is more to it then just wearing a hejiab. I really hope allah opens up my mind and Guide me and everyone esle to the straight path and i promise to be the best muslim as i can be. I loved everyone esle's comments by the way.
sumaiya , south africa - wrote on 10/12/2003 10:13:38 AM
Comment:s/a my dearest sis, first of all i must say your article waz FABULOUS!some people are really going to be rewarded with jannah inshAllah coz they have so much faith in the Almighty Allah. your article has surely taught me sumtin, as i am the only person in my WHOLE school dat wearz hijab!some people tease me by callin me names such as dishcloth or tablecloth or curtain head but alhamdulillah by the grace of Allah(SWT) it doesn't affect me a single bit. u have certainly pleased me wit ur article and it makes me feel WONDERFUL!i am only 12 years old n i started wearin hijab @ da age 10 and never once did i ever regret it. jazakallah!!!!!!your sister in islam, SUMAIYA****
FAZANA, TORONTO - wrote on 8/28/2003 5:29:25 PM
Comment:MASHALLAH!!!!!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND REMEMBER WE R NEVER ALONE, ALLAH IS ALWAYS THERE FOR US ALL....
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