"Islam began as a stranger and will go back to being a stranger just as it began, so give glad tidings to the strangers."

Thursday, July 16, 2009


Assalamu Alaikum everyone, escpecially my dear followers,
I feel like I owe every single one of you something, like an apology. I apologize that I've been forgetting to put Bismillah and Assalamu Alaikum a whole lot (actually all the time! :])!
I apologize for being a person completely unorganized with my duty to all of you; blogging.
If you forgive me for this, please comment and tell me that!
Any questions or suggestions? I'm here (Alhamdulillah, till now...).

-Veiled Knight


ModestJustice said...

Wa alaikum salam,
Of course we forgive you! (Well at least I do)
Blogging does take people's time so no need to apologize for having a life :D

Veiled Knight said...

I'm glad there are people out there who think like you! I don't want to be blamed for having a life!

-Veiled Knight

Sara said...

May allah forgive us all inshallah. Love u sister!

MATACS said...

yea bff! DUh i 4give u! anything leeki ya 7abibti ya 2ammoura!

Veiled Knight said...

MATACS: I'm glad you forgive me!

mizzshaina said...


hi there veiled knight. i was blog hopping and somehow i stumbled into ur blog. i am a sister from malaysia but im currently studying in new zealand.

i must say this, i am really really impressed with ur enthusiasm and dedication in writing blogs about muslim (especially for muslimah) and for muslim. I pray that Allah will grant you lots and lots of reward for your effort in the Jannah, insyaAllah.

muslim living in a non-muslim country can be quite challenging, (even in the so-called neutral country New Zealand). being stared at, being called 'osama b laden', being laughed at, and one of my friends' hijab was also pulled by a drunken man was some of the experience I had.

but u know what, living in the western country also has many advantages which I wont get if i never travel outside muslims countries. by living in western society, u actually get to examine your own belief and practices when the non-muslims ask questions about your religion, e.g, why muslims have to wear hijab, why pray 5 times, etc; questions i never asks myself before. being in foreign country has taught me to not follow my faith blindly, and somehow because of that I fell more in love with my religion and be a stronger muslimah (i hope,insyaAllah)

so i guess, persevere veiled knight in doing the best u can for the benefit of the ummah, and just so u know, u are not alone! =)

p/s-sorry for the long comment

Veiled Knight said...

mizzshaina: Masha'Allah! I would never wish you to apologize for writing a long comment! As a matter of fact it was very entertaining to read. I love your enthusiasm about Islam and how masha'Allah you express that very well. I completely agree that living in the west is much harder escpecially if you are a religious Muslim. But we Muslims need to become stronger with our deen and the west does the trick; only if we are firm with our faith.