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    AoA. I am new to this channel. So i am extremely worried now a days. I don't know why and how this all started. But I'm so upset by thinking that may be I'm going to hell? So i am sorry if this is too long. Basically I am getting shirk waswas all the time. If I am sitting and I decide to move a little a thought comes if i move my leg it means i did shirk. Astagfirullah Astagfirullah Astagfirullah. I am so sick of this. When I go in sujud I get various pictures in my mind that Astagfirullah I am worshipping other than Allah. I am so terrified by this.. I get this all the time. I am only 17 and I am so upset. What should i do?

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    • #3
      salam alaykum wa rahmat allah
      as long as you fear kufr or shirk then you are still in the fold of islam so when you get such thought seek refuge with allah from the shaytan.i advice you to do voluntary worship like extra sunnah prayers or fasting every monday and thuirsday or the 3 white days of each lunar month or the fasting of daoud because it will make your eman stronger and you will get closer to allah and you will also annoy the shaytan that is causing you waswas with this worship. also make sure to read atleast one page of the quran each day

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      • #4
        I do read Quran daily and I am willing to offer extra prayers too but what concerns me is that when ever i do sujud random images come to my mind with faces of random people. Astagfirullah. I try to ignore but i cant. I get so scared.

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        • #5
          AoA. So It has been a month that I have been experiencing extreme waswas. I get waswas related to Allah almost all the time. I kept on resisting such thoughts. I read Quran daily and offer prayers regularly. So yesterday I was lying on my bed and suddenly a thought intruded my mind that there is no Allah. Astagfirullah. I ignored the thought. But now since yesterday the same thought comes again and again.. Now I'm getting thoughts like Islam is fake. Astagfirullah. Whenever I do dhikr. A thought comes why are you making dua to Allah when He doesn't exist. Astagfirullah. I am getting these thoughts continuously. I tell myself repeatedly that I am a muslim. Allah is one. The only God. But I keep getting these thoughts. I am afraid that am i doomed? Are all my good deeds wasted? I don't want these thoughts to come. I keep resisting these thoughts but they keep coming. I am just 17 and female. I can't contact any imam. When I make dua i keep getting thoughts that Allah doesn't exist so don't make dua. Astagfirullah. I try to repel such thoughts and do dhikr. But due to these thoughts my heart is not at peace. I feel very anxious. I am a muslim and want to die as a Muslim but the waswas tells me that there is no Allah.Astagfirullah. Please guide me. I am sick of such thoughts.

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            Assalamu alaikum. Sis I've been through everything you have, and I can tell you, it's extremely difficult. Let me tell you my story so that you can read it, if you relate to it.
            I had my waswas since 12. Believe it or not. I prayed 5 times a day from Ramadan, I did too much Dhikr, and read Qur'an 3 times a week. I felt so blessed, like Allah was all I ever needed and loved.
            But there came a day, when I was praying Zuhr salah, and this evil question popped up into my head. Doubts entered my mind and I read an article that scared me an awful lot. The article informed me that I was a kafir if I had doubts. First of all, you are ONLY a kafir if you love those doubts. By the sound of your description, you hate them! Sis, you are an amazing muslimah, and never feel that you don't belong in Islam, because you do!
            I have been through every detail that you just wrote, I have experience. Trust me, your deeds are NOT waisted. You didn't do Shirk, you didn't cross the limits of Islam, so how are your deeds waisted? Allah loves you a lot, because he only tests those he loves. There was an awful time in my life, and I didn't eat. I was always scared.
            Ignoring Waswas is very hard, which is why I'm just going to tell you a few tips.
            1. Start researching why Islam is the best religion. Increase your knowledge and read the following dua: 'Rabbi zidni ilman'
            2. Ask yourself the following questions:
            'If not Islam, what religion would I convert to?' Your answer should tell you that Islam is the best religion
            3. Think about what the other religions teach. What makes Islam stand out? What makes Islam the best religion?
            Read everything below: (PS: I wrote all this myself when I had waswas, and it really helped me!)

            “JUST IGNORE shaytans whispers.
            He لعنه الله will keep telling you your worship is incorrect or you have missed out something in your salaah then you must NOT repeat the Salaah again.
            When you have done Wudu and something tells you that you have missed out something or have not done it properly then IGNORE those whispers.
            If the shaytan لعنه الله tells you to do ghusl again because you never did it properly then IGNORE it and NEVER obey these evil and deceptive whispers!
            If shaytan لعنه الله tries to tell you that you have attributed partners with Allah and that you have done shirk then IGNORE IT. He لعنه الله wants you to lose your faith and think that you have committed blasphemy when you have not done anything of the sort. If the mind wanders sometimes then that is fine all of our minds wander.
            Abu Huraira رضي الله عنه narrates that once a group of people came to the Messenger of Allah and asked:
            We experience such evil thoughts that it is impossible to bring them on our lips.
            The Messenger of Allah said: Do you really experience these thoughts? Yes, they replied. The Messenger of Allah said: They are clear signs of faith.
            QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
            (Q): This deals with what every Muslim has to believe in to become a Muslim. During my prayer my heart wavers every time and it leaves me confused, which is said by scholars as doubting which makes a person a kafir. This makes me upset because I want to be a believer.
            (A): This is a perfect example of satanic misgivings. We categorically do not act upon misgivings. We act based on sound knowledge taken from the hearts of scholars (`ulama) of the hereafter.
            Your confusion and thinking that your heart is ‘wavering’ is clearly due to your acting on your misgivings. What you describe is not considered ‘doubting’. There is no way you have somehow become a disbeliever (kafir) because of this. There is no need to be upset. Rejoice in the bounty of Allah and His innumerable blessings upon you; from health, family, and safety. There is so much to be grateful for. Of the greatest of blessings is that He has made you a believer.


            (Q):I think this happened when i was reading about the essentials of becoming a Muslim. A person is a Muslim ONLY if he says this and believes in the heart with conviction without a single doubt otherwise he is a non-Muslim. Reading that scared me.
            Now the problem is worse. So how do i know i am a believer? Is my reaction, that i hate it but can’t control it, even thought it is an essential Islamic belief, enough to still make me a Muslim?
            (A): You are unquestionably a believer. This is all simply misgivings and misplaced knowledge. I highly recommend taking the following course at SeekersGuidance: Absolute Essentials of Islam: Beliefs & Worship
            As mentioned previously, you are not responsible for your thoughts. Your hating them is sufficient proof that there is no ‘doubt’.
            You may think they are doubts from your nafs, they may be. Allah knows best. Or they could be a test from your true lord.
            First of all, IGNORE. The shaytan is always going be coming your way. And remember just what he said to Allah: “You have put me in error and now I will sit waiting at the path of your believers, and lead them astray,”
            HE HAD THE NERVE TO SPEAK AGAINST THE LORD OF THE UNIVERSE. ASTAGHFIRULLAH. IF ONE OF YOUS HAVE THE NERVE TO DO THAT, EVEN WORSE, THE NERVE TO DOUBT!
            Plant as many punches in his face as you can, and when you reject the doubts, you just planted the most painful punch! He is an idiot and he’s going to keep coming to you.
            The thing is he’s jealous, because when you do good deeds and have the pure faith, he comes to you and whispers.
            But you know what, ignore him because the more you think if him he’ll bother you more. The temptation is real, the struggle is real, and the ones that deny this false information from shaytan, will DEFINITELY be rewarded.
            There is a hadith: Temptations will be presented to men's hearts as reed mat is woven stick by stick and any heart which is impregnated by them will have a black mark put into it, but any heart which rejects them will have a white mark put in it. The result is that there will become two types of hearts: one white like a white stone which will not be harmed by any turmoil or temptation, so long as the heavens and the earth endure; and the other black and dust-coloured like a vessel which is upset, not recognizing what is good or rejecting what is abominable,
            And be grateful, the stupid devil can only whisper. ALLAHU AKBAR! Imagine if he had control over you!

            Let me explain something to you (this may happened to the majority of people): when you are doing a good act, when you are praying your namaz, or reading the Qur’an, or even when you have your wudhu, what do you notice? There are many distractions and temptations, right?
            Correct. It’s the shaytan. Now what I’m about to explain is perfectly logical, When the shaytan sees that a believer of Allah s.w.t is doing an act of obedience, he will go to that believer and will whisper into the heart or mind, because, as he promised Allah, he will sit waiting at the path of the believers, to lead them astray.
            He will decorate the acts of haram as an illusion in front of your eyes. He will make it seem right, or fun. Now, the temptation, like I previously said, IS REAL. During prayer, you may have a bad thought, your mind may wonder off Islam.
            And you will try to stop having the thought. However, what you notice is it retreats. This is the shaytan. And don’t doubt this, because THIS IS LOGICAL, it makes perfect sense because you have the feeling yourself, you can notice the fact that when you are doing a good act, you notice the many temptations or the many distractions, even doubts.
            Now, there’s a video below I want you to watch, based on the Waswas of the Shayateen. Here is the link to the video:
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5nry0lyEE0


            First of all, the video links to those whom experience Waswas. Sheikh Bilal Assad mentioned something quite useful in the video, which is mentioned below.
            A thought is something that comes to the mind, of a believer or non-believer. Now, when there is no temptation around, and everything seems calm, then suddenly there is a thought, that crosses the mind.
            Now, at the beginning, the thought is a regular thought, the effect is weak.
            What makes the effect of the thought on the soul stronger is when you don’t repel. If you give in to these evil thoughts and if you know very well it’s from the shaytan, let me tell you, this thought, this one thought will spoil you.
            We are talking about one thought here, not two, not three, one. The more you think about it and choose to not repel, let me tell you, this thought will become an idea.
            Now, when it becomes an idea, it will stay in the brain longer. Then it will become a plan. Now, this is the most dangerous stage; when you plan, you intend to do something, right? If you think any further than this, it will become an action!
            Catch the thought first handed and not after it has done all the damage to you. Catch it now before it gets any worse. Repel now, before it literally gives you anxiety, I’m not joking here. For example, when you think of white elephants, it comes as a genuine thought. But when you keep thinking and thinking, you can’t get your mind off anything but white elephants.
            This is the effect Waswas can have on the soul. Repel first, and it won’t have done as much as it would have afterwards. J.
            Below are some useful links, you can give them a try if your doubts get horrible:
            Surprising things mentioned in the Quran
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-KNPTlYUZg Part 1
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6vig0Dpseg Part 2
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mL4asgR2GSU Part 3
            Birds doing tawaf around the Kaaba MIRACLE
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJN1M8ErCIQ
            Miracles of Allah
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlbPVCkrT2E
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLq1czaOhoc
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVH4ATIPVxM

            Linguistic Miracles of the Quran
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-ULa2JzPG0
            Linguistic Miracles of Ayatul Kursi
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZEanPAqS84
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPu4NL43jXI
            MIRACLE: He is disabled but by Allah’s will his Azan is AMAZING
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLfhnP2MEYQ

            The heart says ALLAH!!!
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PheH2x3bcE
            Nauzubillah) What they say about Allah
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zVpw2-OD4M
            10 Prophecies from the Quran that were fullfilled
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rttLstb8iXs
            10 surprising prophecies of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BugO0Lk1pkE
            Doctor Zakir Naik

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk0-aXLk7_E
            This is funny!
            https://groups.google.com/forum/#!to...an/bBrubSjFWG0
            https://newhumanist.org.uk/articles/...de-of-buddhism
            IMPORTANT
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnoBz7G7gIQ
            Qur’an Math Miracles

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H73BGiqv6Z8
            If the videos above don’t work, I will be answering questions below:
            Q: How do I know the Qur’an is the word of God?
            A: Assalamu alaikum. All praise is to Allah whom created the Book of Faith (Qur’an).
            First of all, when you read the Qur’an, you notice it is written in a very unique style. It mentions the many rewards and punishments of Allah s.w.t. Now, you must keep in mind, those whom don’t consider it to be, are those who will face the wrath of the Lord on Day of Judgment. Bearing this in mind, we must be careful when getting such thoughts, as they lead to trouble.
            Secondly, read the Qur’an regularly and you will find out Insha’allah. Firstly, the Qur’an was written 1400 years ago. The evidence for this is that since that time, there have existed Muslims. Have there not?
            Secondly, what we are only coming to know about today was written 1400 years ago. We aren’t talking about 600 years ago, not even 20 years ago. 1400 years ago, when there existed no such things as cameras and films, or even easy ways of transports: trains, planes etc.
            The following things have been mentioned from the Qur’an, in 600 BC:

            The sky
            Production of man from sperms
            Production of milk and blood in the body
            Iron
            Plasma
            The two oceans that separate (Atlantic, Pacific)
            Expansion of the Universe

            Origins of the Universe
            The Big bang (YUP!)
            Black holes
            Pulsars

            Quantum Mechanics
            Genetics
            Embryology
            Geology
            Laser and Hydrogen fuel cells
            Secondly, rasoolullah s.a.w, was not an astronomer, or a scientist, so how do you suppose he knew all this?
            If all the things above have been mentioned in this ONE book, and not any others (Bible, Torah etc.), by a beautiful man who could not read nor write, then it has enough evidence to prove that this book is the book of God.
            Secondly, men from around the world were asked to bring any chapter that similarly meets up with the style of the Qur’an. None of the Byzantines, Europeans, or any others such as roman empires could bring such a chapter like the Qur’an’s.
            Secondly, watch the video below for enough evidence:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EqCCfQl7yc
            Subhanallah, this video is enough to prove the Qur’an is most definitely true.
            Q: Is the big bang theory true. Are Atheists honest?
            A: Assalamu alaikum. I hope this finds you well. Firstly, as Muslims, we believe god (Allah) created everything.
            What you have already come to know 1400 years back which is only being proven relevant today. Big Bang? The Qur'an says "the heavens and the earth were joined together as one unit, before we clove them asunder" (21:30). Following this big explosion, Allah "turned to the sky, and it had been (as) smoke. He said to it and to the earth: 'come together, willingly or unwillingly.
            Is this not enough evidence to prove the existence of God himself?
            Q: Is Islam the true religion?
            A: Assalamu alaikum. All praise is to Allah, whom created this religion and the book as guidance for the successful.
            Firstly, think about it.
            Think about what makes Islam different to the other religions. What makes it stand out the most that makes it seem like the religion of God?

            The following things may help:
            Has any religion other than Islam promoted respect and modesty for women?
            Has any religion other than Islam promoted purity and cleanliness?
            Has any religion other than Islam taught morality in the respect of parents, avoiding alcohol and prayers to avoid procrastination and get closer to your Lord?
            You may be speechless to know, but Islam is the fastest growing religion, because of the things taught within the boundaries of it.
            Secondly, think of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.
            Thinking about his words, and his behaviour towards all types of races, religions and people, does not this prove he is the very prophet of Allah s.w.t? He worshipped his creator?

            I hope that everything I wrote above helps you sis, because I understand what your going through...

            Your younger sis
            Little_Muslimah

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            • #7
              Thank you so much!!.. I have cured quite a bit. But not completely.

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