Because I didn’t know if weed was haram or not I asked them to let me try because I wasn’t going to drink alcohol I knew it was haram, my cousin said to me don’t try it but i didn’t listened to him (He smoked as well when I did, I feel sorry for him til this day because he smokes still he say hes gonna quit insh’allah may Allah (swt) help him).
By Ibragim Israilov for Teen As-salaam alaykum, brothers and sisters I want to share with you my story about my weed addiction and how it started, this is especially for my brothers who think weed is (OK).
Before we start I want to say forgive me about my bad English as its not my first or second language anyways I try my best insh’allah.
I heard hes voice in my head without really he didn’t said anything and I suddenly started to cry of what I heard. And now insh’allah I had no problem at all to quit after I returned back to Allah (swt).
It is so easy if you ask deeply help from Allah, brothers and sisters.
I lost a lot of money to this bad habit I used to have. Really I didn’t like to smoke weed later on because I felt I always needed more then just weed. There was something more I wanted in my life which was a connection with Allah (swt).
I had a very bad experience one time while I was high also this was waswaas (may Allah (swt) protect us from shaytan and evil) with a friend. I wanted to stop this bad habit and return back to Allah (swt).We reached where the party was and we went off the bus (we walked at least 15 minutes after we got off the bus).So when we walked these 15 minutes they took up this “weed joint” (its cigarettes but instead of tobacco its weed inside in this cigarette) and lighted this joint up and started to smoke it.As-salamu alaykum, I’m looking for a Muslim teenager or young adult, ages 13 to 25, to manage this website. A freshman at Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, Calif., at the time, O’Neal, now 16, marched over and demanded the boy feel her Islamic headscarf. According to a 2010 survey of Muslim youths aged 11 to 18 conducted by the Washington-based advocacy group Muslim Mothers Against Violence, all 57 respondents reported being called a name because of their faith, including 80 percent who said they had been called “terrorist.” While there are no firm statistics on how many or how often Muslim students are bullied, activists assert it is higher than other students because of post-9/11 Islamophobia.Your responsibility would be to write at least one new post every month, or to invite other Muslim teens to do so. Responding to bullying can be especially complicated because of immigrant parents who may be intimidated by bureaucracies, or because adults charged with protecting students might be part of the problem.I wanted to fight everybody and felt strong/good/happy then after 20 minutes I began to cry suddenly out of nothing, and when I got comfort of my cousin I was relaxed again and happy.