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Advice For Muslims Grieving Over a Tragedy – Ayden Zayn


To Allah We Belong and to Him is Our Return
Allah is With Those Who Patiently Persevere
Hardship and Grief Purify Our Sins
Tribulation For a Sincere Believer is a Sign Allah Loves You
Grieving Over the Death of a Loved One is Okay, But We Must Not Fall Into Depression
Muslims Facing Hardship… It’s Temporary and Jannah Awaits the Faithful & Patient Ones
Our Return to Allah Begins Even Before We’re Born!
Crying Over the Death of a Loved One is Completely Natural and Normal
Can Muslims Grieve Over the Death of a Non-Muslim or Disbeliever?

Ayden Zayn is a White-American convert to Islam. Born into a non-practicing Jewish family, he was raised with an open mind to God and religion. At the age of 19 he was introduced to the Qur’an and the Islamic teachings. Over a period of three months, his fascination and curiosity compelled him to analyze deeper and compare his family’s “religion” to Islam, as well as other major faiths like Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism. And on December 16, 1991 he made the decision to embrace Islam.

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