Memorizing al-Qur’an

It's been 5 years I joined Islam and I already memorized about 5 ahzab(hizbs) that is about 60-80 pages from the Islamic Holy Book, al-Qur'an. Even if my professional field is English teaching, it is an individual obligation for me and for any Muslim to memorize Quran. Why? [Religiously Speaking] At first, the Sunnah says … Continue reading Memorizing al-Qur’an


Say No to Music

​<< Say No to Music >> - What? Whyyyy? - For Allah. - Huh? It would be so difficult to explain why I stopped listening music... while at the same time, the answer is so easy: in the sake of Allah. The world's population is about 7 billion people. From this, about 2 billion people … Continue reading Say No to Music

The Real Meaning of Fajr for me

Fajr also called dawn prayer, is the first of the five daily prayers of practicing Muslims. [1/5] So, Fajr is among the five obligatory prayer a Muslim should perform daily. It consists of two standing loudly recication from the Quran (Fatiha + another surat), two bows, two prostrations, and one salutation. The time of the … Continue reading The Real Meaning of Fajr for me

Eid Mubarak!

I wish every Muslim around the world Eid Mubarak (Happy Eid), May Allah forgive our bad deeds and accept our good deeds to enter Janna (Paradise). Eid el Adha is the biggest Muslim celebration beside Ramadan. While Ramadan is a one month long period of rich dinners and nightly stay-ups, Eid Adha is only three … Continue reading Eid Mubarak!

Poem: Ey, ey, ey…

​Ey, ey, ey... For a woman in the eighties, The most important thing the peace is. But how to reach it with a dozen of nieces, Daily breaking my peacemaker into pieces... This is why I was frankly relieved, When I got a house-offer suddenly received. I called the agent and in 10 days I … Continue reading Poem: Ey, ey, ey…

Three Days Grace: Eid el Filter

The Ramadan is over - may Allah accept our fasting, prayer and patiance during this month. After steady work, we can wait for compensation... So, this is the time for celebration = Eid. Namely Eid el Fitr which is understood differently in every country. In Islam, it is an obligation to be happy, be an … Continue reading Three Days Grace: Eid el Filter

​21 years in Christianity vs 4 years in Islam

I always used to say "religious views are far away from me"; however, the facts are telling the opposite: throughout my life I was born Muslim, became pious Christian, then atheist until I reconverted to Islam 4 years ago. This fuzzy story is the cause of my parents' divorce, having a Hungarian Christian mother and … Continue reading ​21 years in Christianity vs 4 years in Islam