Yes, I was so angry this afternoon. Like REALLY. Even to the extent I was at the verge of crying. No kidding.
I am surely glad I changed my mind at the last minute, to attend the Palestine talk. Students from An-Najah University actually came all the way from Palestine, to share how does it feel to be oppressed, to be denied the basic rights as a human being, to be embarrassed, to be violated, to be tortured. And all these happened in your own homeland.
It's sad. It's really sad. Although I have been following updates in Palestine whenever I have the chance to do so, (it can be said that I am somewhat updated with the current situation) it seems that I have to be constantly reminded how awful it is to live there in Palestine. Yeah yeah, give your sympathy, or even empathy. Honestly, that would NEVER be equaled to living there yourself. It will NEVER be the same as those who have to go through ridiculous check points everyday, every time, even if you just want to go to school. It will NEVER match the misery those Palestinians have to bear, living in constant fear that today or tomorrow, you might be arrested for reasons only the Zionists la'natullah know. Dammit...!!!!!
I am glad, still am, that I changed my mind last minute. That I walked back to school, even though I was just steps away from the tube station. I am surely glad. Alhamdulillah.
And just recently, it was circulated around that that stupid Llyods TSB has asked the Islamic Bank of Britain to halt any businesses and transactions with Interpal. Subhanallah. La hawla quwwata illa billah... Of all times in this world. Of all situations.
O Lord! Bestow upon them, my Palestinian brothers and sisters, your unprecedented mercy and blessings. O Lord of A'lamin! Ease their pain, ease their sorrow and ease their misery! O Lord of the Worlds! There is no god but YOU. There is no lord but YOU. There is no king but YOU. Help my Palestinian brothers and sisters. They are indeed in most need at this crucial time. Give them refuge, O Lord. Give them the strength they need most in this terrible time. Unify us all, O Lord. Unify us all, O Lord. Unify us all, O Lord. Give us the strength and the wisdom and the patience and the unity and the guidance to crush the inhumane kuffars. Amin.
I have the strongest faith that the time will come when Islam, Muslims, the ummah, US will climb back the mountain and conquer it, which we once had slipped so deep down into the abyss. It will take time, definitely, but it will come.
- an-Nasr, 1-3.