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10 Scary Facts from the Islamic State!

1. Yeah the Mujahideen does slaughter —- and distributes the free meat to local people during Eid and Ramadan. 

2. Every sister must wear Niqab or else —- she will be given a peaceful reminder and a free niqab as a gift.

3. Most Muhajireen are extreme(ly) —- in love with junk food and Nutella is on the top of their favorite-food list. 

4. There are only two groups of people that are allowed here —- either you’re a Muhajirin (foreigner) or an Ansari (local). 

5. When you heard a gun shot (not during war time) —- probably there’s a wedding or any celebration. We don’t have random shooting by someone with mental disorder. (Mr. Obama please note this point!)

6. Unlike the kuffar we don’t celebrate the victory by drinking the beer —- Rather we always make Takbeer and thank Allāh. 

7. Sisters can’t drive —- only in Saudi. In the Islamic State, sisters can drive freely with no restriction. (I drove only once, if you want more article about sisters driving in the IS, fund me so I can buy a car). 

8. Even if you don’t speak Arabic —- the arabic speaker will keep talking to you in arabic so atleast know these words : la, naam and khalaas. 

9. We don’t have James Bond —- But we have Abdul Waheeb the Boss! (If you don’t know him, ask Mr. Google). 

10. Once you have made Hijrah to IS —- you have become a TERRORIST!

diary-of-a-muhajirah:

10 Reminders for anyone who wants to make Hijrah.
10. Do it for the sake of Allāh. Not for fame, not for nikah and not for fun.
9. Make a lot of du’aa so Allāh make it easy for you. It’s not crossing the road, it’s crossing the borders. It’s not easy as what you think. Ask Allāh to help you and to keep you safe.
8. I would like to advice you to do a medical check up before you come. List down the medicines you’re on. In sha Allāh you can get medicines here, we have a good health-care system. Get some vaccination too. I have been seriously ill for two weeks. Our body immune system differ from one place to another. Remember, prevention is better than cure.
7. Clothes are cheap. Bring only few clothes and I would like to advice you not to bring a big suit, bag-pack is better. I have seen sister cried because they had to bid farewell to their suit case because it’s too heavy. You can find shampoo and toiletries here, so bring only what’s important. If you’re on contact lenses, get your spectacles done. You hardly find lenses here. We have dentist here, so no worries!
6. Delete all pro-(you know what it is) materials from your gadgets. Please, don’t dig your own grave.
5. You don’t need much cash here, but if you’re planning to buy a car or a bike, you can bring extra cash. (You can buy me one too. Thank you!)
4. The food here is hmmmm… So eat as much as you can before you come here. But don’t eat excessively. Crossing the border is not easy. (You can bring some spices if you want! Can anyone bring biryani masala spice for me, pretty please?)
3. Everyone is aware of this issue now. Hasten your move before they close the BORDER!!! Please, its now or never.
2. Don’t discuss this matter to even your close friends or relatives. Keep it personal. I know a sister, who was betrayed by her own friend - she was reported to the police.
1. Don’t ever DISCUSS with anyone on social media even if the person is in Syria. Don’t tell them, don’t tell me. Every single message is being monitored. Please, please, please!

diary-of-a-muhajirah:

10 Reminders for anyone who wants to make Hijrah.

10. Do it for the sake of Allāh. Not for fame, not for nikah and not for fun.

9. Make a lot of du’aa so Allāh make it easy for you. It’s not crossing the road, it’s crossing the borders. It’s not easy as what you think. Ask Allāh to help you and to keep you safe.

8. I would like to advice you to do a medical check up before you come. List down the medicines you’re on. In sha Allāh you can get medicines here, we have a good health-care system. Get some vaccination too. I have been seriously ill for two weeks. Our body immune system differ from one place to another. Remember, prevention is better than cure.

7. Clothes are cheap. Bring only few clothes and I would like to advice you not to bring a big suit, bag-pack is better. I have seen sister cried because they had to bid farewell to their suit case because it’s too heavy. You can find shampoo and toiletries here, so bring only what’s important. If you’re on contact lenses, get your spectacles done. You hardly find lenses here. We have dentist here, so no worries!

6. Delete all pro-(you know what it is) materials from your gadgets. Please, don’t dig your own grave.

5. You don’t need much cash here, but if you’re planning to buy a car or a bike, you can bring extra cash. (You can buy me one too. Thank you!)

4. The food here is hmmmm… So eat as much as you can before you come here. But don’t eat excessively. Crossing the border is not easy. (You can bring some spices if you want! Can anyone bring biryani masala spice for me, pretty please?)

3. Everyone is aware of this issue now. Hasten your move before they close the BORDER!!! Please, its now or never.

2. Don’t discuss this matter to even your close friends or relatives. Keep it personal. I know a sister, who was betrayed by her own friend - she was reported to the police.

1. Don’t ever DISCUSS with anyone on social media even if the person is in Syria. Don’t tell them, don’t tell me. Every single message is being monitored. Please, please, please!

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