If you are affected in your life in a strange way and you want to get out of it….read this article which can enlighten things

 

Allah SWT tell us:

“If Allah touch thee with affliction none can remove it but He; if He touch thee with happiness He hath power over all things.”

Holy Quran Chapter 6 Surah Anaam verse 17

 

“And put your trust in Allah Alone; and enough is Allah as a Disposer of affairs.”

Holy Quran Chapter 33 Surah Ahzaab verse 3

 

 

This is a rare video giving us insights into how the issue of black magic is being addressed in Saudi Arabia. There are many lessons to draw from this video. How many lessons can you take? Watch the video, then click on the box below it to see some of the key lessons we highlighted.

 

 

I find this interesting while surfing on the internet:

http://www.ruqyasupport.com/beat-black-magic/

Tips for tourists to travel safely in Mauritius

Mauritius is coined as a paradise on earth. Well, we cannot compare an island with paradise, that’s true. What we mean is that Mauritius is a place you cannot deny for its natural beauty, its climate and its peace.

I have personally travelled in many countries. I have travelled in Europe, Asia, middle East, Africa …..I love travelling, meeting people, discovering new places. well, I can tell you that when I reach home, I say to myself: there is no place where people can be better off than Mauritius! You may say: “home sweet home”. No, it is not about that. Mauritius has the chance to be far from all the super stress of big countries where people are super angry, super nasty, super racist, super bad….

Let’s rationalize there are good and bad people. The percentage is still low in Mauritius and Mauritian people normally like tourists. This has always been the case with the locals. They respect tourists, they are very helpful, enthusiastic and happy to see them.

Travel safe

Mauritius is a safe place for tourists and of course, this does not mean that tourists should not take any precautions especially when walking in a crowd or in the bazaar…pickpockets are everywhere because the rate of poverty has increased. There are many drug addicts among the youth, both men and women. So, to avoid any bad surprises, tourists should use main roads, well frequented paths rather than deserted lanes or roads. They should avoid beaches where they are all alone. They should not stay at the seaside till dark. It is preferable to go to the beaches on Saturdays and Sundays where they can enjoy the presence of the locals and other tourists. They  should not fall into the  traps of honey-like people who try to win their hearts in order to steal them, rob them or simply cheat.

When tourists come to Mauritius, it is normal that they feel they are in a dream because Mauritius is a romantic place with lots of ‘greenries’, flowers, fruits, different cultures and different religions living in harmony. Everything looks so bright and romantic, yet reality is reality. When people are poor, have vices, are drug addicts…they need money, so what they do? they need to sell their articles, they need to rob, they lie, they pretend, they cheat….

If the prices are not affixed, they will double or treble the price. If an ice-cream costs Rs 35 they may tell you [example] Rs 200. If an apple costs Rs 10. they will tell you [example] it is Rs50.

Doing jogging or footing in deserted regions, that’s looking for trouble. There are many bushes, plantations bordering the roads, so please avoid being lonely on these roads because you can expect anything. Cycling alone also is not recommended.

Many locals like white skinned people [it is a fact] and they are attracted by these women who do not know the realities of Mauritius. As tourists are often attracted by the locals, so do the locals. Opposite attracts. But beware, when men see half-naked women on the beach, their intention can change into a nasty one!!! To avoid unnecessary problems, stay in groups. Mauritian people are conservative people, too much familiarity towards the opposite sex may be taken as an invitation….

Besides, people are free in Mauritius and live peacefully. There is no such thing as media exposure who stereotype people from different communities and religions.

Whatever your religion, you are most welcome and this is a great thing! I know many tourists who come on a regularly basis and say: “I feel home. When I come to Mauritius, I don’t want to hear anything about the international media because they stress us, bring fear to our heart and mind. We just want to enjoy the sun, the beautiful beaches, the mountains, the food, the shopping and  people’s friendliness and natural smiles”

Whether you wear a burqah, a jilbab or a hijab, nobody will threaten you as they do in some countries and this is the most fabulous thing: to live and let live

 

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