Rehab Helmy

Rookie (4-1-1987 (Lily) / Egypt)

The real us


proudly we are a united nation
west or east
black or white
poor or rich
no matter, if we are Muslims
Prophet Mohammed is our example
we are against terrorism
we are against racism
we are against humiliation
we are against force
we are against occupation
we are against killing the innocents
we are against destruction
we support charity
we support humanity
we help the poor
we respect the old
we respect our families
we obey our parents
we pray to God
we have faith
we are not arrogants
we are not superficial
we are not liars
we say truth
we have chastity
we are brave
we help each other
we like God's creations
we have inner peace
we are happy in life
we believe in all Prophets,
and the last one, Prophet Mohammed
this is the real us
and this is our real Prophet Mohammed
proudly we are a united nation

Submitted: Sunday, May 04, 2008
Edited: Friday, August 15, 2008

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  • Rookie - 12 Points Fay Slimm (8/14/2008 6:26:00 AM)

    Rehab it is so beautiful to read this article of faith and hope you have written with such intensity. Excellent and it gives all who read it your passionate vision. frpm Fay Slimm. Greetings from wet and windy Cornwall U.K. (Report) Reply

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