I am really enjoying the story “Violet Vipers”, but it’s also very painful to see what Jaleelah is going through! I am also shocked at Chacha ji’s act! How can people betray their loved ones!
I am really looking forward to seeing how Yousuf will tackle Amit Khatri and fulfil his promise to Imam Deen.
Rabiya Chaudhry, Peshawar
I have noticed that you people run a lot of bits and pieces on climate change. I am really glad because people, despite everything, aren’t taking the required steps to cut down waste and save Earth’s resources.
Bilal Sheikh, Lahore
Can you also mention the twitter handle of the writers at the end of their stories? Sometimes you really feel like giving them feedback directly.
Tooba Hussain, Nawabshah
I am a great fan of Poets’ Corner! It really makes me sad to see how tiny the scetion has become. There are now hardly two or three poems in an issue.
Please do something about it. Also, I miss the old page design.
Kauser Junaid, Lahore
First timers’ corner
Please publish celebrity interviews more frequently.
Hisham Khan, Lahore
It’s so shocking to see the entire world being shut down due to a virus.
But what’s even more appalling is people reaction on social media. Instead of being grateful that your family is safe at home, people are worrying about how to kill boredom. Parents are worrying how to keep their children engaged. Young adults are missing their social life. I would just say that people should stay calm and not cry over petty issues.
Ahmed Zulfiqar, Sukkar
Narrated by Ali (R.A)
The Prophet (S.A.W) sent an army unit (for some campaign) and appointed a man from the Ansar as its commander and ordered them (the soldiers) to obey him. (During the campaign) he became angry with them and said, "Didn't the Prophet order you to obey me?" They said, "Yes." He said, "I order you to collect wood and make a fire and then throw yourselves into it." So they collected wood and made a fire, but when they were about to throw themselves into, it they started looking at each other, and some of them said, "We followed the Prophet to escape from the fire. How should we enter it now?" So while they were in that state, the fire extinguished and their commander's anger abated. The event was mentioned to the Prophet and he said, "If they had entered it (the fire) they would never have come out of it, for obedience is required only in what is good."
Sahih Bukhari, Volume 9, Book 89, Number 259
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