Recently I've discovered that, given a situation, I can easily make up rhymes pertaining to it. Don't know how I didn't discover this earlier, but here it is.
The back story to this "poem" if you will is that I read in a discussion where an atheist said niqab was haram, and this person heard it from a couple of very anti-niqab sisters. So this person was very sure of themselves, even asking for the "daleel" for niqab, amazed me how they knew that word. The person also studied with some orientalists apparently, and I was just laughing at their gutsiness. So while in the shower, I came up with this. I am by no means a poet or ever gotten a formal education in this, I freestyled it big time, don't even really know what I'm doing. Well have fun!
--Niqab Haram? Consider Islam My Friend--
Our friend approaches, he speaks his mind.
Harsh are his words, we can reply in kind:
Not even Muslim, do you, even claim to be.
Yet here you are, giving fatwas, ...seriously?
Niqab haram? Sick joke. Bring me the scholar.
Why I bet you couldn't find him if they paid you top dollar.
You came here to argue, you came here to fight.
But consider leaving this place with some newly found light.
Us? We read. Our book invites us to think.
So what do you do? Eh? Drown your sorrows with a drink?
You will never be happy, if you accept this world as heaven.
My friend if only you knew, this place is nothing but a prison.
Our book has light, brings peace, a guidance for man.
Sent down The Night of Power, The Holy Qur'aan.
So sit, relax, give it a gander.
Toss it all from your head, that useless slander.
Appreciate, absorb, approach with an open mind.
Don't let that orientalist keep you behind.
Those men spread hate, and fear, it's their profession.
Hit them with truth, then look, they never give concession.
The invitation is clear, our doors are open.
This is the truth, it's not some closed religion.
Come one, come all, alone or together.
Once you say it, you'll feel as light as a feather.
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24-May-2012 06:31 PM
أحب الصالحين ولست منهم وأرجو أن أنال بهم شفاعة
وأكره من تجارته المعاصي وإن كنا سواء في البضاعة
إمام الشافعي رحمه الله تعالى -