Where Shaitan Attacks You

MV:  Shaitan attacks you in 6 points  in your body and makes you drift away form Islam slowly.

1: Reproductive organs – Shaitan shows you sex on Media (TV, Internet, etc…) and tells you to do sex before you are married. That is not the Islamic way

2: Your navel – Shaitan attacks you in this point and tells you to eat Heram foods like pig and not proper slathered meat

3: Heart – Shaitan attacks you here and makes you make gossip and rumors and makes you talk behind other peoples back and be mean to them

4: Throat – Shaitan attacks your throat and makes you curse and  be very stingy to everyone

5: Mind – Shaitan attacks your brain and drifts you away from Islam. For example if you were ever watching TV while your fellow Muslims are praying, doing  Jamaht, or reading  Quran while you have NOT accomplished these everyday tasks  means Shaitan has already attacked you there.

6: Happiness and Fulfillment – If  Shaitan attacks you in the previous points of your body you will never reach this one.

So if any of  this is happening to you all you have to do is fight back and bring yourself closer to Allah. If any of this happens to you in the future (inshallah it won’t) think of the Righteous thing to do and inshallah you will brake  Shaitan’s hold on you and bow down to Allah. This information is from another Islamic Scholar

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36 Comments on “Where Shaitan Attacks You”

  1. clearly
    February 21, 2009 at 10:14 PM #

    Do you believe that Allah helps you to overcome these potential shortcomings? Or do you have the power to overcome yourself?

  2. February 22, 2009 at 1:10 AM #

    i think he means that we our selves with Allah’s help can ourcome these big sins.

  3. tahabtalib
    February 22, 2009 at 1:48 AM #

    Yes, Allah helps us to overcome these potential short comings and we also have the power to overcome these short comings ourselves but Allah is testing us and seeing if we can pass his test. It is an important thing if we do otherwise we will be sucked into Shaitan’s black whole.

  4. Bob Querishi
    February 22, 2009 at 3:59 AM #

    Hmm…Interesting…

  5. clearly
    February 22, 2009 at 9:41 PM #

    What happens if Allah tests and you come short?

  6. February 22, 2009 at 9:52 PM #

    I gues then its all up to Allah’s decision.

  7. tahabtalib
    February 22, 2009 at 9:59 PM #

    Inshallah that won’t happen but if it does you will never receive fulfillment and happiness. You should try to fight back and if you fail it will be hard to go back on the path of Allah. Then it depends upon if you do comeback to the right path because it might be a big part on the day of judgment.

  8. clearly
    February 22, 2009 at 10:01 PM #

    Does Allah eternally punish any of those who fail his tests?

    Even though you have given alms, attended to daily prayer, and taken your hajj, etc?

    I’m trying to learn, not be offensive. Please tell me if I am offensive.

  9. February 22, 2009 at 11:14 PM #

    No not at all, in fact we really want people to comment and ask questions on our daily blog. From what I understand some people that commits these sins but also did good things will maybe serve their time in hell and then go heaven. But even with this it all comes down to Allah’s decision. Remember Allah (SWT) is very forgiving, we should always ask for forgiveness and then Inshallah he will forgive our sins and we will never reach the hell fire in the first place. Allah knows the best. Tahab whats your answer?

  10. tahabtalib
    February 22, 2009 at 11:48 PM #

    It is just like what Saad said Allah knows best and he is often forgiving. Also remember life is a test. Allah put us on this planet so we can worship him and if we can pass this test, but in his test there are small sections within the test and some are very important others not so much. If you constantly fail those sections you wont pass the big one. Again I agree with Rzddins that for some people that commit sins and sadly go down to jahanam will have a period of time to stay their and then they go to heaven. Allah might also punish people eternally if they fail his test horridly. i am not that well educated to give you a good enough answer but that is all i know about that matter. Also i do not think that at all you are being offensive. Just like Rzddins said we are happy that you are commenting.

  11. clearly
    February 23, 2009 at 2:11 AM #

    Thank you for your kindness in interacting with me, a non-Muslim. I am quite grateful for this opportunity. Here’s a couple more questions:

    How does this possibility of being released from hell differ from the catholic view of purgatory?

    How can Allah overlook your failures (i.e. failing a test) and ever let you into eternal heaven?

  12. tahabtalib
    February 23, 2009 at 8:12 PM #

    it does not differ because true Christianity and true Judaism is in Islam

    And Allah can over look our failures because he is oft forgiving and most merciful

  13. MT
    February 24, 2009 at 12:59 AM #

    This is in reply to some of the questions raised by Clearly.
    It is important to understand the Islamic perspective of God. Amongst the attributes of God most widely used in the Quran is Ar-Rahman meaning “The Most Gracious” and Ar-Rahim meaning “The Most Merciful”. Muslims most commonly invoke Allah with these attributes. What this signifies is that Allah is a loving God. Since Allah is the oft forgiving and most merciful, Muslims believe that all sins committed by humans will be forgiven if the person repents sincerely and asks for forgiveness. The only sin that is unforgivable is that called “Shirk” or associating partners with Allah. No entity is worthy of worshiping except Allah and he is the omnipotent and omniscient. Muslims believe that this life is a test by Allah to see if his subjects obey his commands or ignore him. Since we have free will, we can choose to do either. The Quran says that Allah does not burden anyone with anything that he cannot bear, meaning that you will not be tested beyond your capacity so anyone who commits wrong does so of their own doing and not because the test from Allah was too severe. In the end, on the day of judgment, your good deeds and your bad deeds will be weighed against each other and if you have more good deeds than bad then you will attain paradise otherwise you will reside in hellfire. The Quran mentions in many places that those who go to hell will abide therein forever. Islam does not believe in purgatory in the catholic sense. People will either be judged to go to hell or heaven. Allah can overlook your failures and grant you heaven if he wishes as he is the most merciful and will forgive the bad deeds of those who sincerely repent. However none of us can know what judgment would pass on us therefore it is imperative on us to perform as many good deeds as possible and refrain from all bad deeds.
    I hope this answers some of your questions. Feel free to ask more.

  14. clearly
    February 24, 2009 at 1:06 AM #

    MT, thanks for taking so much time in your response.

    It seems that you cannot be sure that Allah will forgive your wrong deeds and grant you a place in paradise. Is this accurate?

    Can you explain Shirk to me? I worship Jesus. Does this mean that I have committed Shirk and therefore cannot be forgiven?

  15. February 24, 2009 at 1:24 AM #

    Yes, very nice in answering his questions MT.

  16. MT
    February 24, 2009 at 1:25 AM #

    Well in the end no one can be sure what our ultimate fate would be. No Muslim can say for sure that they will enter paradise. This is what would make them strive continually to do better and perform good deeds until their last breath. Otherwise there would be nothing stopping people from doing bad deeds and then asking for forgiveness afterward expecting to be forgiven and entering Paradise. You have to work hard and lead as best a life as you can to enter heaven.

    Yes worshiping Jesus as the son of God would be shirk. Muslims believe that God is above all and has no equal. God does not need to have a son who is sacrificed to grant salvation to all those who believe. Muslims believe that God is merciful and can forgive people without having to sacrifice his son, which we believe he has none. Muslims believe that Jesus was a prophet of God just like Moses was and Muhammad was and that he was not killed on the cross. Muslims also believe in his immaculate conception and believe that he will return one day. Muslims don’t believe in original sin. Every baby born is completely sinless therefore no one needs “saving” in the Christian sense.

    This does not mean that anyone who has committed shirk cannot be forgiven. A person who accepts Islam and believes in the true divinity of God without the need of partners will not be responsible for the the sins he committed prior to that. Allah is the oft forgiving and forgives all sins upon complete submission. However if someone was to accept Islam and then afterward commit shirk and associate partners with Allah and then dies in that state, that will not be forgiven. In the end, Allah knows best.

  17. February 24, 2009 at 1:29 AM #

    I think that clears it up, clearly, any more questions?

  18. clearly
    February 24, 2009 at 1:36 AM #

    MT, again, thank you for this opportunity to learn about Islam and interact with you on questions.

    Christianity teaches that we can know for sure that we have eternal life. Our primary motivation, after conversion, is not one of fear, but of love. We do right because we love God, not because we fear that we will go to hell. But that’s all probably more than you had asked to know:)

    As far Isa goes in the Qur’an — doesn’t Surah 6:85 teach that he is sinless? And in 3:49 that he performed miracles (even creating life out of clay)? And in 3:49 that he raised the dead? And in 19:27-35 that he spoke at his birth?

    Doesn’t the Qur’an, then, place Isa in a category greater than Moses and Muhammed?

  19. February 24, 2009 at 1:55 AM #

    clearly, In Islam we also are thought to have love for Allah. The Love for Allah contributes to our values in life, what has Allah gave us. But also we are thought to have fear for Allah, for preventing sins. Basically in Islam we are to have fear but with that fear we are to have love for all of the rewards he has given us. Allah knows the best.

  20. February 24, 2009 at 1:57 AM #

    Let me ask you something clearly, try not to be offended, but are you asking questions simply to annoy us or are you seriously asking for, real knowledge?

  21. clearly
    February 24, 2009 at 4:16 AM #

    Saad,

    I have tried very hard to tread lightly in these comments as I desire to understand Islam. It is evident that I am annoying you (although that was not my intent), so I will retire. Thanks for the education:)

  22. tahabtalib
    February 24, 2009 at 8:52 PM #

    Clearly do not retire I apologies for my friend. He did not mean for you to stop commenting. He was just asking a simple that turned about to be very rude and badly worded out. We still want you to comment and ask question about Islam. You are not annoying us we will like for you to comeback and comment.

  23. February 25, 2009 at 1:59 AM #

    I am very sorry Clearly, please, I did not mean it that way.

  24. clearly
    February 25, 2009 at 2:13 AM #

    Friends, I will most certainly accept the apologies. Saad and Tahabtalib, you have shown yourselves to be very kind individuals; thank you. I will be forthright in saying that I am a committed Christian. However, I do genuinely seek to understand Islam and desire to make Muslim friends. Thanks again…

  25. February 25, 2009 at 2:36 AM #

    No problem, I am sorry again as well. We will be happy to answer all question you have, thanks.

  26. Syed
    February 26, 2009 at 9:55 AM #

    Hi clearly, We can get the answer from the following about Isa(PBUH) place among prophets, you asked.

    Say: We believe in Allah and (in) that which had been revealed to us, and (in) that which was revealed to Ibrahim and Ismail and Ishaq and Yaqoub and the tribes, and (in) that which was given to Musa and Isa, and (in) that which was given to the prophets from their Lord, we do not make any distinction between any of them, and to Him do we submit.[QUR'AN 2:136]

  27. ChristLover
    February 26, 2009 at 9:31 PM #

    Hello Clearly,
    ———————————————————————
    Christianity teaches that we can know for sure that we have eternal life. Our primary motivation, after conversion, is not one of fear, but of love. We do right because we love God, not because we fear that we will go to hell. But that’s all probably more than you had asked to know:)
    ———————————————————————

    You have a very logical and valid point. If Christianity is offering an easier alternative to eternal life then why bother with a more difficult option such as Islam. Makes perfect sense, but my question to you is that are you sure that the product “Christianity” is offering you will perform according to the marketed promises?

    According to my knowledge this unconditional salvation is in direct contradiction with the very own words of Christ. Please refer to Matthew 5:20 below

    “For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven”. [Matthew 5:20 (New International Version)]

    The reason I put “Christinaity” in quotes is because I believe this concept of unconditional salvation through sacrifice was tossed by Paul and not Christ. Therefore, it is not fair to associate these new doctrines with Christ. It’s more appropriate to call it “Paulinity”. If you read the whole Bible, you will notice that the teachings of Paul are in direct contradiction to that of Jesus.
    - Jesus said follow the law[Matthew 5:20], Paul said no need to follow the law.
    - Jesus was strictly monotheist [Mark 12:29], while Paul preached the polytheistic concept Trinity.
    - Jesus said that he had not come to abolish the law, but to fulfill [Matthew 5:17]; but Paul abolished the law.
    - All the close disciples of Christ very law abiding Jews, while Paul gave up the Law of Moses.

    The “Christianity” of today is not the religion of Jesus. It is the religion of Paul. The true followers of Christ were Ebionites who were persecuted and wiped out after the Roman emperor Constantine became “Christian” and “Christianity” became the official religion of the Roman empire..

    So please for your own sake, make sure the product/religion you are buying/adopting is original from the Manufacturer/Creator :) We have only one life followed by an eternal life. There will be no second chance.

    “And behold! God will say [i.e. on the Day of Judgment]: ‘Oh Jesus, the son of Mary! Did you say unto men, worship me and my mother as gods in derogation of God?’ He will say: ‘Glory to Thee! Never could I say what I had no right (to say). Had I said such a thing, You would indeed have known it. You know what is in my heart, though I know not what is in Yours. For You know in full all that is hidden. Never did I say to them anything except what You commanded me to say: ‘Worship God, my Lord and your Lord.’ And I was a witness over them while I lived among them. When You took me up, You were the Watcher over them, and You are a witness to all things’” (5:116-117).

    When asked about the first Commandment, Jesus said: ‘Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one…’ [Mark 12:29]

    Regards

  28. February 26, 2009 at 11:20 PM #

    May I ask what do you mean by easier path? As I stated above, we also do good deeds for the love of God, by showing fear we don’t mean as what think of fear. And why an easy way makes it a better choice? By showing more hard work for God shows more devotion and love for Him.

    Allah (God) knows the best.

  29. ChristLover
    February 27, 2009 at 12:13 AM #

    >>May I ask what do you mean by easier path?

    In Paul’s “Christianity”, once you believe in Christ’s so called sacrifice and accept him as your savior, you are guaranteed paradise no matter how you live your life.

    “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16).

    Hence the easy way.

  30. sameerq
    February 27, 2009 at 8:05 AM #

    Salam to the Muslims and Hello to the Non-Muslims,
    ChristLover: Muslims are supposed to act out of fear of displeasing Allah. The Muslims love Him so much that they don’t want to diplease Him.

  31. February 27, 2009 at 8:27 AM #

    Christlover: Why is the easy way always the right way? If you want the easy way, do all sins like stealing, killing, etc… I don’t think using the term “Easy Way” is the best way of saying one’s beliefes are right.

    Sameerq: Post something today.

  32. ChristLover
    February 27, 2009 at 4:11 PM #

    Saad,
    When did i say that easy way is the right way?

  33. February 28, 2009 at 2:34 AM #

    You said the easy way is the smart way, which contradicts with the right way.

  34. ChristLover
    February 28, 2009 at 2:59 AM #

    >>Saad Riazuddin said
    >>You said the easy way is the smart way, which contradicts with the right way.
    Where did I say that? Quote me.

  35. February 28, 2009 at 4:52 AM #

    You didn’t actually say its the smart way, you worded it differently, but still it meant that,
    “You have a very logical and valid point. If Christianity is offering an easier alternative to eternal life then why bother with a more difficult option such as Islam. Makes perfect sense,”

  36. February 28, 2009 at 6:21 AM #

    Cleary, I was wrong in analyzing Christlover’s comment. What Christlover said was entirely true (my apologies to Christlover) The religion portrayed by Jesus was gone a long time ago when the Roman empire killed people who worshiped the one that was not changed by Paul.

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