The Power of Ayat-Ul-Kursi

May 29, 2012 § 3 Comments

It was reported in a local paper in Rochdale (a town, northeast of Manchester), of a young woman who was raped in a small dark alley one evening.
On a separate evening around the same time, a young Muslim girl was walking home from college. Aware that it was getting dark fast, she wanted to get home as soon as possible, so her mother would not be worrying about her.

The young Muslim girl faced a dilemma. Take the short-cut down the same alleyway to avoid getting home after dark, or to take the longer route and have her mother worrying herself sick about her daughter’s safety.

Conscious of the time, she takes the alleyway. While the girl is walking, she sees a rather sinister and dark figure of a man walking towards her from the other end. As her pace quickens, she begins to read Ayat-ul-Kursi for her safety. The man makes eye contact but carries on walking.

When the young Muslim girl reaches home she tells her family about this sinister looking man. They advised her to contact the police, after having read the newspaper article some time before. When she contacts the police they asked her to give a physical description of the man and it matches the description the rape victim had given.

Some days later the young Muslim girl receives a phone call from the police, asking her if she would come down to the police station to identify the man in a line up. Both the rape victim and the Muslim girl picked out the same man.

The police are confused; they asked the rapist that why he attacked one girl and not the other? In reference to the Muslim girl, he replies ‘Why would I attack her, when she was walking with two huge men on either side of her?’




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