Kay is the word. Write is what I do.


Thursday, August 5, 2010


It has been too long my friends. Despite the fact that my very dear cousin, Lubna, requested MONTHS ago that I restart my blog I am ashamed to say that I was too dang lazy to do it. Unfortunately the events of the past four months have forced me to examine myself, my country, and my people and I feel like if I don't get my thoughts out to the world I shall explode. I feel like I have aged so much and have even become a little jaded. I don't want to type about all that has been happening in Panama City, Florida aka the heart of the redneck riviera. I think I'd prefer to do a series of posts, but let's just say that I have come the realization that Muslims in America are facing a hugely miscalculated threat. Maybe I'm being a tad melodramatic, but I fear that maybe in ten years or so we could be facing a slightly similar situation that the Jews faced during the Holocaust. Like I said, I hope you stay around for later installments on what's actually been happening. Until then, Au Revoir. And as always remember: Kay is the word, Write is what I do, and B.E.W.A.R.E


Monday, May 31, 2010

It was a typical Sunday evening for me. I was chatting on Facebook and watching the Harry Potter marathon on ABC Family when I noticed an article piece on the "Freedom Flotilla" on one of my friend's Facebook pages. Curious, I clicked on the link and began an hour long search on the internet about the eclectic group of humanitarians on board and their noble mission to send much needed supplies of food, school supplies, and cement to the Gaza strip.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

So in an effort to explore all corners of my personality I have been taking personality quizzes on "the" internet. Only to achieve self actualizing, though. Not because I'm bored and have nothing else to do. I found an interesting quiz and you should check it out. If you like fantasy books you should go to http://www.tk421.net/character/. Have fun! And btw, my results are on the bottom and I am pret-ty pleased.

Which Fantasy/SciFi Character Are You?

Monday, March 8, 2010

I have a dream thanks to you, Dr. King.

I've done it again. I sincerely apologize from the depths of my heart for abandoning my blog. Regardless that I had midterms and papers and such, but it was wrong an I am sorry. Even though you can't see it ,I am pinching myself as I speak. Haha, does that make up for my sin? You tell me. I am so excited that the number of my followers has tripled in the past month. Thank you so much for giving my blog a chance and I hope that I don't disappoint you. I hope the my readership will increase to thirty followers by next month. Do you guys think you can help me with that by telling your friends and family to become followers? It's just that I have been reminded by my very dear friend ,Dorothy, of my goal in life. In case you haven't figured it out, it's to be a writer. But just not any writer. I want to be able to write about issues that face young girls around the world, Muslims or otherwise. People who feel kind of caught between different worlds. I want to be able to tell these young girls that it's all right. What you're dealing with, I'm dealing with. If I can help one girl then I will rest happily. Of course I'd like to touch hundreds of lives, but for now I'm aiming for one. Do you think you can help me out with that?

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Two Worlds Collide.

Well that wasn't the mos awkward experience. But then again I am just your basic awkward person who does awkward things. That is a defining characteristic of moi.

I was scrolling down my blog(again). I don't know why. Maybe I just like looking at it a lot, or maybe I'm proofreading my posts to see if I've made any mistakes. I digress, anyways, I was scrolling down to the post I made about the Palistinians' protest when this girl/woman was sitiing next to me and talking very ludly on the phone despite the fact that we're sitting in a friggin library. Well, she was talking about filling out an application of some sorts and my eye just happens to swivel onto her screen when I nearly had a heart attack. Right there on top, in big blue bold lettering was "Israeli birthright" and something about "Visiting Israel". I feel sorry for anyone who might have passed our two screens coz they would have been so confused. Imagine two screens side by side; one advertising "Israeli brithright" and the other talking about "Palistineans protesting while dressed up as the Na'vi from Avatar". And I am absolutely 100% sure that she saw my screen because of the fact that she was talking very LOUDLY in the friggin LIBRARY.

Thank god she left.

I am Ms. Kay and I approve this message.


I was randomly scrolling down my webpage when I happened to look at the upper left corner and found the most ridiculous ad ever. I am seriously ready to chop someone's head angry that this ad is on MY blog. I do not advocate it all! There's "Islamic Dating" and "Muslim Dating: Photos". What the Jahannam! Really? A muslim DATING website. They couldn't even have the common decency to say Arab Dating or Pakistani dating. Muslim Dating? Shame on you. Shame on you. Any of you guys think I'm over reacting? Gnaaaaaaarg!

P.S: If you're scratching your heads over my opening word, well I am halalifying the word Jesus as my roommmate requested. Sigh.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Palestinian and Avatar Brethren?

   This has got to be the most awesome event in the history of protests.  Wait for it. Wait for it.

                               THEY DRESSED THEMSELVES UP AS NA'VI FROM AVATAR!!!!!!!!

 How freakin awesome is that? I nearly fell out of my chair from laughing so hard.

     Apparently two days ago, Palestinians marched in the village of Bil'in to protest the building of the West Bank/ Israel barrier which has kept them separated from their family and friends. After a group of Palestinians watched Avatar they felt like the film was extremely relatable to their plight and so they convinced a larger group of their brethren to cover themselves in blue paint and to wear black wigs. I have enclosed a picture for your enjoyment.

    Good for you Palestinians. Good for you. This is a great way to get your message to the masses in a language that can be understood by all.



Isn't the little kid so cute? Aww, my heart is melting.