Fajr and Noor
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Second, the author plagiarised the work of other authors and appended his own name below the quotations. Plagiarizing the work of another author while altering one or two words is not an ethical practise. It was pretty offensive to make jokes about the beards that women wore. Secondly, the author copied other writers' quotes and put his name underneath, copying someone else works and changing a word or two didn't make it ethical either. Joking about women's beards was pretty offensive too.
I am a visitor just like you. On the way to meeting my lord. I am nothing more than what Allah honours me with and what he directs me to do. I pray that my writings, my work, and my good intentions would become a source of blessings not only for me but also for you and for everyone else who is struggling to find their way through life. I pray that the good job I do will eventually be to everyone’s advantage. I never in a million years imagined that I would publish a book, and I certainly never imagined that I would be an inspiration to thousands of people. Nevertheless, I am thankful to Allah for the chance that he has given me. Once I realised what God’s words meant to me, my whole life took a turn for the better. By writing books, it is my desire to inspire positive change in the world, and so far, it appears that this is happening. I pray that Allah will lead everyone of us to his light, and I look forward to meeting you in Jannah someday. Fajr and Noor Book SummaryA collection of quotations and poems, Fajr and Noor can be found here. A book that is brimming with Noor and has the power to enlighten your soul and transform you into a genuine Muslim. It is about living a life in which you begin each day with the recitation of Fajr and adorn yourself with Noor. About the Author
Much repetitive stuff, irrelevant quotes and written in a way that someone is just chatting randomly using message typing made it very immature. The title of this book is a trap a wrong title which does not portray a thing related to it. It wasn't worth reading. Okay, so my thoughts on this book, brah, are all over the place. To begin, let’s talk about the positives! I absolutely adored the fresh takes on various Islamic practises, such as the salah, for example. I also really appreciated the wonderful inspirational advise about reading the Quran and having a strong faith. On the other hand, there was that little selection of poetry that were just crude and informal. I don’t understand why you keep saying “bro” and “idk” and other such things in your poems. They are meant to have poetic quality. Critics