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My Fight against Black Magic. Now it is Our Fight

By Mohammad Yusha • Jun 2nd, 2013 • Category: Mystic Matters

It is very sad to see people cry tears of blood while suffering from black magic. The agony, misery, and pain is beyond belief. However, we have become numb to hearing news about black magic. It doesn’t fill every vein with rage. One’s blood doesn’t boil and one’s heart does not bleed. Black magicians are [...]



Kaala Jadu in 2013

By Mohammad Yusha • Apr 10th, 2013 • Category: Mystic Matters

Kaala Jadu has progressed but along with that it’s awareness is also spreading, so what evil people are resorting to now is kaala jadu on people’s homes. It is done through satanic beads or satanic taweez which are a sign for evil jinn to do whatever they have been told through the beads or taweez. [...]



Jadu Tona on Students

By Mohammad Yusha • Apr 8th, 2013 • Category: Features, Mystic Matters

One way of destroying a person’s ambition, career, dreams, and hopes, is to inflict them with magic that makes a person lose interest in their education. There are many students in Pakistan who “suddenly” don’t feel like studying anymore, without realizing the cause of this “suddenly.” They want to study but can’t. They can’t focus. [...]



Black Magic in Marriages

By Mohammad Yusha • Apr 1st, 2013 • Category: Features, Mystic Matters

Black magic having taken hold of Pakistan is nothing new, and it has progressed to the point where it is now being done on people by their own family members. And sorry to say, the majority of people involved in it are women, and many do it on their husbands.
Taweezat, amaliyat, and all kinds of [...]



Grave Worship

By Mohammad Yusha • Feb 23rd, 2013 • Category: Features

Author’s note: This article is not intended to hurt the feelings of those who visit graves of saints. Rather, an attempt is being made to highlight reality as it is. Disagreement is welcome. Please keep comments civil and related to the article.
I visited the Tabligh Markaz in Nizamuddin (Delhi) and after Maghrib decided to visit [...]



Valentine’s Day - Whose Sunnah Are We Following?

By Mohammad Yusha • Feb 9th, 2013 • Category: Features

The first thing that comes to mind is, when Christians don’t celebrate our festivals why do we celebrate theirs? In fact, many westerners don’t even know about Ramadan or Eid, but when it comes to Muslims, we are champions at adopting their culture, their traditions, their festivals, their way of dressing, their way of talking, [...]



Why Don’t Muslims Grow A Beard?

By Mohammad Yusha • Jan 27th, 2013 • Category: Features

When it comes to growing a beard, Muslims are full of excuses. Some people even go as far as saying that it is not necessary in Islam. Those who do grow it, grow a light beard whereas according to Sunnah, a beard is supposed to be grown at least a fist’s length from every side.
Now [...]



Headscarf: Fashion Accessory or Religious Item?

By Mohammad Yusha • Jan 16th, 2013 • Category: Features

Some girls wear the headscarf and along with it, tight tops and skin tight pants/jeans. I am not trying to lecture girls about what they should wear. What they wear is up to them. However, if a girl wants to wear tight clothes, she must not wear the headscarf. This is simply insulting the [...]



Old People’s Homes in Pakistan

By Mohammad Yusha • Jan 7th, 2013 • Category: Features

It is an absolute shame and disgrace that old people’s homes have sprouted in Pakistan. The idea of treating old parents like animals and putting them in some old people’s home sprung from the west, and that despicable act has caught up in Pakistan.
It takes a lot of pain, sacrifice, time and effort to raise [...]



Do Pakistani Youngsters Need Cell Phones?

By Mohammad Yusha • Jan 6th, 2013 • Category: Features

It is hard to find anyone these days without a cell phone. From rich to poor, young and old, everyone has a cell phone. And that obviously includes youngsters. However, there are implications of young people using cell phones. Young people buy cell phones depending on the latest model, features and make sure that it [...]