PARIS’ ATTACK – Who comes out as the winner here?

I was about to have dinner on Saturday night, 14th November, when I heard the news of Paris attack. I was not aware of it until I turned on my post at night! I was shocked. In fact, no words can express the multiple feelings I had at this very moment: shocked, sad…thinking of all those people who were there …..and their near ones.

I have been watching French TV till late at night….

 I have read a few articles, all of them about Muslims, Muslims, Muslims….

I heard the Imam of France: he appealed to Muslims

I heard a journalist from France say: “He was dressed like you and me; his skin was white, he has a ‘polo’ on the head, may be he is a maghrebin

And a commentary from a Muslim woman struck my mind: she said:

“I want a bomb proof passport just like the Paris terrorists had…I wonder what it’s made of as the bombs destroyed the human body but not a paper passport……hmmmmm (scratches head) truly makes one wonder”

And another one said: 

“They [meaning the government] rule the world by Terrorising people and enslaving them”.

A humanitarian protest or a Muslim protest? 

Many Muslims have fallen into the trap. They are being apologetics to their non-Muslim friends. If a non-Muslim does a crime, must all non-Muslims apologize for it? No!!! If a person has a non-Muslim name, must he feel ashamed when a crime is committed by someone who bears a non-Muslim name? No

There are many Muslim converts who do not bear Muslim names yet they are Muslims. What I want to say, does it mean, when a person has a Muslim name, does that mean he is Muslim? Not at all!!!

So what does the Paris attack has to do with Muslims? Why must Muslims manifest for it? Why some media say: “It is time now for all Muslims to come out on the road, to show their solidarity….etc” Why do they want Muslims to come outside, on the road?

Isn’t it supposed to be a humanitarian act, of all humans together? because among the victims, there are Muslims as well as non Muslims? Isn’t it?

Please listen to this video attentively and be your own judge, do not let the media do the job for you

Hey Muslims, didn’t they blame you after the 9/11? Now after Friday 13, they are blaming you again?

May God, the Knower of all, guide us and protect us against our enemies


  1. Twmprys said,

    November 15, 2015 at 11:17 pm

    Ammarra, I entirely agree with you that Muslims should not be made to apologise for what a few psychopaths in France have done. I suspect all right thinking Muslims would want to echo “not in my name”. So what is this sheikh going on about?!! He seems to be implying there’s some massive conspiracy against Muslims in the West (he doesn’t however explain how that is linked to the terrorist acts – does he want us to think the terrorism was manufactured by anti-muslim forces??). Of course there is prejudice in the West, but not only in the West: human beings are the same the world over. World harmony is not likely to be achieved by French Muslims running “back” to Algeria. What does he mean by them not belonging in France? He seems to be talking about some kind of ethnic cleansing. This man is dangerous!


    • ammaara said,

      November 16, 2015 at 6:09 pm

      No, I do not think it is about ethnic cleansing. In fact, the man who is called Imran Hosein speaks about the eschatology of the End Times. He has been analysing and predicting some future events. This video was recorded in January 2015, post Charlie Hebdo. He is telling Muslims that a big conspiracy will carry on and there will be big problem etc. so he is asking the Algerians to go back to their country of origin in order to avoid this conspiracy


    • ammaara said,

      November 16, 2015 at 6:11 pm

      The Sheikh believes in peace treaty between Muslims and Christians. And he believes that many Jews are good people. The main reasons why he is asking Muslims to leave France are namely:
      They will have to shut their mouth and keep silent and submit
      For women, they will have to remove their islamic scarf
      For men, they will have to shave their beard
      All these, in order to say they live in Paris!!!
      But in fact, they are paying the price of living there and disobeying their Lord


      • Twmprys said,

        November 17, 2015 at 1:00 am

        So he does think there is a conspiracy? And on what does he base this assumption?


      • ammaara said,

        November 18, 2015 at 8:54 pm


      • ammaara said,

        January 19, 2016 at 12:01 pm

        I am replying to your comment dated some two months ago where you asked if the Sheikh believes in a conspiracy. Well, in fact Sheikh Imran Hosein who focuses his main attention on the event which will occur during the End of Times, believes that there is a conspiracy against Muslims and any other people who believe in Truth. His assumptions are based by reading the Quran and analysing it. The Quran is not just a book of spirituality. it encloses Truth, reality and the essence of life. He believes that people should go back to their own countries because in the future, these countries will be in dire necessities – socially, economically …and anyone who travels to France can witness the suffering of the people who live there. Many people have lost their souls and are only a body and this is sad. I have myself seen so many homeless people on the road while people are walking around as tourists. How can we eat and drink while others do not have a home during the cold weather?


      • Twmprys said,

        January 19, 2016 at 6:11 pm

        Ammaara, there is much beautiful writing in the Koran as there is in the Bible and other holy books, and no doubt many spiritual truths to be gained, but the mistake is to use a book as a blueprint for human life. There are many horrendous acts justified by readers of the Koran and the Bible – beheadings, bombings and so on. As fellow human beings we need to think about what is really important: human life and respect for each other, whatever our private beliefs. We don’t need a book to dictate when and when not to believe that.


      • ammaara said,

        January 19, 2016 at 6:45 pm

        I believe that life is a system, not a part. Our life comprises of the relationship with God, our internal relationship with our own self, our social life and there is of course, a reality of this life – test and the final issue is death. Every soul shall taste it. So, according to me, life is multi-faceted. Some people choose to ignore some facts and to concentrate only on part of it while others try to see it as an entity. I have chosen the second part. I believe that God the Creator addresses us in many ways and that life is a challenge and a reality. Coming back to the beauty of the Quran and the Bible, I will say that the same God who reveals to Jesus and Moses in the Bible [peace be upon them], reveals the Quran to Muhammad [peace and blessings be upon him]. By the way, if you are interested in the spiritual aspect, I will advise you to read “Decoding the Quran” by Ahmed Hulusi which is a beautiful unique piece


  2. ammaara said,

    November 18, 2015 at 9:18 pm


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