Let’s End Terrorism, One Step At A Time

Terrorism.

Even the word itself is frightening.

I’ve got a huge problem. I cannot stop thinking about what happened in Manchester. Something inside me just broke. I think I just lost all my faith in humanity. I can’t imagine why it’s hurting me so much. I mean yes, I can totally see why I’m upset about it, but this is something else. It’s almost like I lost someone I love.

Why? Why why why why? God damnit! Why would anyone hurt anyone? At all? I can’t even imagine hurting an animal (I am not saying in anyway that it’s okay to hurt an animal), how can someone deliberately kill so many people? So many innocent people who’ve done nothing wrong to them? I mean, obviously someone who would end their own life in an act of terrorism probably doesn’t care about anyone else’s life. But still? It doesn’t matter if they are children or adults, girls or boys, black or white. Yes, it is much worse when those who are targetted are young teenage girls. But it really doesn’t matter. Why is this world filled with so much of unnecessary hate and violence?

Can you even imagine what it’s like? Can you imagine what the parents who’ve lost their beautiful children are going through? I read that a married couple who’ve gone to the arena to pick their child were identified victims of the attack. Can you imagine what that child must be going through? Children losing their parents. Parents losing their children. People losing their loved ones. How does the people who survived it get over something like that? How does anyone get over something like that? My heart breaks for those people. I wish there was something I could do. If I could give up my life in exchange of stopping terrorism, I would. I wouldn’t let anyone I love do that (I would stop them with everything I got) because I wouldn’t be able to bear them gone, but I would do it. I’m a bit selfish like that.

Everyone has the same fate. Birth, life and death. Why would anyone not want to live life (the very short time period they’ve got) peacefully? With love? Joy? Who is to blame to this? God? Don’t you say yes to that. You have a free will. You are accountable for your own actions.

If that’s the case, and if everyone is born as an innocent child, how does this transformation happen? Who is to blame to this? Adults? Adults who’ve maybe mistreated or miseducated these terrorists when they were young? Does this mean we can eventually put an end to terrorism by educating the young generation? Teaching them right from wrong? Showing them that love is and always will be the strongest thing in the world? Well, I hope so.

My plea to the world –

While healing from this terrible attack, let us not point fingers at one another. Let this not be something which will divide us further. That is exactly what they want. If we let that happen, they win. Do you want them to win? You don’t. So don’t let them.

Please. Please let this be something which bring us closer together. Please let this be something which will help us get all of our forces together to put an end to this. Let’s show them that they cannot divide us. Let’s honour the lives of every victim of every terror attack. Because love indeed is greater than hate. Please. Let’s not let them win.

Open your hearts to people who’ve lost someone through an act of terror. Show them love. Their minds are at a very unstable state. They might tend to be vengeful. Show them, teach them, tell them that won’t get them anywhere. Tell them that isn’t what their lost loved ones would want from them.

Open your doors to the children of the world. They are what will save this world or, if it’s already saved, prevent it from starting all over again. Adopt an orphan from a foster home if you can give them more love than what they get from there. Save a child refugee from the distress they are in.

Come on people. I know we’ve got what it takes to end this. So let’s get started.

Love changes everything.. So fill the world with love, and let love do it’s thing..

With Love. ❤️



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142 thoughts on “Let’s End Terrorism, One Step At A Time”

  1. I can’t stop crying, thinking about how these young people must have been singing and dancing and laughing, completely exuberant about the incredible experience they had all just shared. They must have been so happy. And then it was over, but it’s not over. It’s never over. How do we rid the world of this pestilence? But I agree with you: no finger pointing. Let’s fill the world with love, to the best of our abilities.

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    1. I know.. 😭 I wasn’t able to sleep properly last night. I was hardly able to study the entire day today. If I’m taking it like this, how would the loved ones of the victims be taking it? This is awful. It’s disgusting. I just wanted to put out what I truly feel about it, and thanks to blogging I could not only do that but share it with the world as well. We can rid the world of this pestilence. We just got to believe we can, and not stop trying until it’s done.

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  2. Hi, I read this blog earlier and my reply wouldn’t post.
    Good blog
    We could all live our lives in fear of terrorists. I live in Ireland next door on the world map to England.
    Two days ago a bomb went off outside a concert venue, a lot of people killed among them a 8 year old child numerous more were injured.
    This world we love and live in is full is sick people who want to terrorise and start wars.
    No one can live in fear, we can just pray for peace.
    Thanks
    Cheers and love Mo Doyle

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    1. Hi Mo Doyle,
      Thank you. Yes I do know about the Manchester incident. Infact, that’s what inspired me to write this. About your first comment, I accidentally deleted this blog, that’s why your reply didn’t post. I’m glad you tried again and got it through.
      Love, Nusrath. 😇

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    1. Thank you so much! 😊 I’m going to take that as a compliment. However, I can’t stop wondering, if we imagine a world without religion, and imagining I am not a Muslim, is this blog not excellent then? Cuz I see no reason why this should be excellent cuz it’s coming from a Muslim. 😳

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        1. Well, that part I got! Only I didn’t really talk about it from a Muslim perspective. I was wondering if I should, but I decided against it because I wanted this post to be solely on this, and I put it as subtle as I could. I wanted to see if there’d be any readers who mention it and then post a new blog solely about the wrong negative stereotype on Muslims.

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  3. It feels upsetting how terrorists attacks affect the lives of innocent people who ends up getting separated from their loved ones or losing the ones they love when they did nothing wrong. That’s just wrong🙁 your posts are inspiring btw🤗

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  4. very well written! everyone should be treated equally! 🙂
    people should constantly stand up for everyones rights- “I believe we can keep the promise of our founders, the idea that if you’re willing to work hard, it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from or what you look like or where you love. It doesn’t matter whether you’re black or white or Hispanic or Asian or Native American or young or old or rich or poor, able, disabled, gay or straight, you can make it here in America if you’re willing to try.”
    -Barack Obama

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  5. I am totally on board with this post! I only woke up from a decades long oblivion. Grand-daughters will do that to old men. We will all work at this one step at a time. The two moons of Mars are called Deimos (terror) and Phybos(fear). They breed darkness in the souls of humanity. Light and empathy can drive back the darkness. Only by growing the empathy in the minds of evil people, greedy people can we free humanity to a better way to live. I will try to do my part. Peace!

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  6. The words come from your heart. Why do such disasters take place at regular intervals? People give more importance to religion than to humanity.For them, religion means some ritualistic activities and orthodox belief unconnected with reality and humanity. Even within the same religion, there are innumerable branches working against each other. A church in one of the southern towns in India was kept locked for decades because there was a dispute between two opposing groups among the members of the same congregation. Teach your children to love other living beings – which includes people of other faith also.

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    1. Yup, so true. I couldn’t agree more. However, religion is important (atleast in my opinion). The problem is the misinterpretation. People allow themselves to be divided by religion. It doesn’t say in any religion (that I’m aware of) that you have to hate people of other faiths. We are all taught to love one another. It’s sickening that some people don’t understand that.

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      1. True. I have also faith in religion and I think it is absolutely necessary as man needs something concrete to lean upon in times of crisis. But I don’t have faith in priests and god men who interpret religion to their advantage.

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        1. Yup. Very true! I hate extremists of any sort who turn religion into something of hate. I sympathesize the naivety of people who think that religion is bad. It’s not. It’s the people who claim to be following it who are bad. People who are actually following it, are good people! 😊

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  7. Your written voice is so beautiful, I felt so much emotion in every word…and it touched my heart. With faith, love and tolerance, with people like you, expressing the beauty and purity of their souls…I know we can find peace. And I do believe that it all starts within our hearts…Thank you for making my day brighter! And thank you for following my blog, it means so much to me and I’m deeply honored!
    Blessings of Love upon you!
    Claudia

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    1. Hey Claudia! Wow! I am speechless! You have no idea how much this comment means to me. I always appreciate comments like this. But this has got to be one of my favourites. Thank you so so much! Again and again! I’m glad you liked the article. Much love! Nusrath. ❤️

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  8. So I’ve been following you for sometime. All your topics, I’ve read. And with this one, I HAD to make a comment.
    Its beautiful, your view of the world. And through all this, I can clearly say that you’re a beautiful person. Its true, everything you’ve said here. The terror, the killing of the innocent people, and I can see how you are genuinely moved by all that. I hate to see terrorism too. And all in the name of religion. Its obvious that no religion in the world would promote the killing of children, or the killing of anyone at all. I love this blog, and its so relatable to me. The way you write, its so fluid, and it reaches out to the reader, and that in itself is something that strikes me as amazing. You’ve got heart, and you’ve shown that heart in this post. I pray to God that this blog becomes successful (if it isn’t already:) ) and I hope you’ll keep doing more of this amazing work. Cheers!

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    1. Hello there! I wish I knew your name. If I did my start would have been ‘Heyyyyy *inserts name here*!” Anyway, Congratulations! You are the first person who made me cry of happiness. In one of my posts I mentioned that no-one has gotten me to cry yet, and that I’m looking forward to it too. Thank you so much! Thank you for saying all of this. I know you didn’t have to do it, but you still did. That’s what makes comments like this so admirable and special. This is what brings me back to blogging, every single time. The love and support from my readers. You didn’t just show me support, you’ve shown me the acme of support up until now through this comment. So thank you, for that. Loads of love, Nusrath! ❤️

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  9. Reblogged this on REFUGEE CRISIS and commented:
    Here is a post that I feel connects direcrly to what is going on with the Refugee Crisis in Europe. I chose ro reblog this post because this talks about how we, as a pwople need to learn to come together and comfort each other and stop pointing fingers at one another.

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  10. What happened in Manchester is horrible. This post is really in depth and it shows us how, even though you don’t know these people you feel for them like they are your closest friend. We want to say thank you.
    Sprinkles04, StickIt2024, RainbowUnicorn12

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  11. It sadden to see so much hatred in the world. We are born as a pure human being and I cannot fathom the evilness that one can turned out to be. But of course, there are several contributing factors for one to become that way. However, many need to know that the actions of an individual or a group does not define the entire population of the believers. It is such pain to see for the masses of the world to point their fingers to a certain group. But, I guess that is the easiest thing that anyone can do. To blame others so that it can ease their pain and suffering. Great post you have here. Much love. ❤

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    1. Thank you so much Izrael (I believe that’s your name)! Yes indeed, it is beyond saddening what the world has become of. I belive pointing fingers is the easiest thing that anyone can do to do, to ease their pain and suffering. I never thought of it like that. Still though, it doesn’t entirely give them the right to do that. The world will have a better chance at ending this terror if we stick together as one and not let this divide us. I hope you have a nice day! Nusrath. 😇

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      1. Yes Izrael is indeed my name. I know that it doesn’t give them any right to blame a certain religion because of the actions of some terror organisations. But, sadly, that is how the world works and more needs to be done for us to come together to combat terrorism. Hope that you are having a wonderful Ramadan! 😊

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  12. This was beautifully written! I wrote a blog after the incident as well, I felt like I had to, the emotions I felt after hearing of all the deaths and casualties tore me up inside. Keep spreading love, the world needs more just like you. Fight back with love, acceptance and unity❤️

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  13. Salam habiti, sisters in the world’s confusing state. The heat I feel when texts are pictures when I’m indescribable. I grew up with many different ethical groups. Talking 4 languages. Put evil in close proximity, it’s an honor to step in here sisters, I’m Christian. But everyone is my sister, El Brother, regardless of country religion. It is not what determines the sister of the brother’s sight. Swearing if the evil comes with someone to me, it’s crucial and sick leave will be long. Your proud parents honor respect from memo el Nikada from Sweden with the well-known welfare

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  14. First, I think it is important to remember that God is Love. He made us out of love and if something is offensive to him, he is more than capable of dealing with it himself. Second, I would point out to anyone believing that God needs to be defended is saying that he is impotent and not capable of defending himself. Last, and most important, be on your guard for hateful people out there preaching that God needs to be defended. Until we can silence those who prey on the weak, convincing the weak that God will reward these horrible acts, the violence will never end. If you really want to stop the violence seek and expose anyone preaching hate ~ God is Love!

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  15. I agree those attacks were devastating beyond belief. I can’t even imagine how sick a person must be to decide to carry out a terrorist attack at an event targeted towards small girls…. it brings tears to my eyes as a parent. Here in the Northwest there was another tragedy this past week where a (white supremacist) man was shouting racial slurs at two Muslim women on a train… two civilians stepped in to stop him and he murdered them both on the spot. I think a lot about what has happened to the world we live in and why things are like this, and also what we can do to make them stop. I guess I found these murders especially disheartening because these civilians stepped in and did the right thing… then lost their lives because of it. I don’t know what the answer is, but love is definitely the start. <3

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    1. Woah! That’s intense. I’m even surprised why he didn’t kill the two Muslim women. I only say this because anyone can shout racial slurs without much thought, but he was a person actually capable to murder. So he could have just gone for it and killed the two women, instead of the two civilians. That’s why I’m surprised. May the two amazing civilian’s souls rest in peace! *sighs at the state of the world*

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  16. Love and hate. It begins in the home. And all we can hope for is that our parents and elders show us the road to getting along. Unfortunately, there will always exist evil– if not for no reason but to get its kicks. Peace.

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  17. “Love changes everything.. So fill the world with love, and let love do it’s thing..”

    There are so many wonderful, true, and beautiful words of LOVE in this post! I believe in you – as I believe in Love! Keep writing your Truth! May we all hear it…
    Blessings to you!
    Sandy

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      1. But we mustn’t lose hope. And we must never give up Nusrath. Because without hope there could possibly be no point to anything. It’s what keeps us going that maybe, just maybe one day terrorism will end, maybe the senseless killings will stop, maybe peace will come to stay and maybe the world will get to be a better place. It’s these possibilities that keep us sane and determined in this otherwise sad world.

        This was a lovely post, I only wish it gets people started on loving each other.

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  18. At first glance it might appear to you that we are worlds apart concerning terrorism and how to combat it. Perhaps a subject for some further discussion.
    Though you may not agree with my ideas for the policing and military component we certainly do agree that, as you write in some of your postings on the subject, an injection of love and understanding into a dialogue must be a large part of solving the problem.
    You are brave to make the postings and I can appreciate your expression of some uncertainty in doing so. You have made the right choice. It is only by engaging the discussion that any understanding can be accomplished. We may not always agree, but we must find a way to peaceably coexist.
    Look forward to future postings and discussion.

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