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  1. Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.
    I am so touched, my neighbors are mostly christians from my mother’s side.
    I hope I could fulfill theirs rights with patience and sincerity. Insha allah.

    • Assalam alai kum,

      Allah subhana hi ta’aala seems to have put you in an excellent spot to great Dawah :)

      may Allah subhana hu ta’aala enable you to fulfill their rights with patience and sincerity and may Allah reward you immensely for it ameen,.

  2. Loved loved loved the article. Being a mom with young children and traveling is so difficult. Inshallah I pray that I can implement s.

  3. This is really good advice Masha Allah.
    Here when our relatives fly out we always go check up on their house so movement is still visible while they’re away to scare odd any potential theives. We also stick up the fridge and pantry with essentials and cook for them breakfast (at our house not theirs!) and sometimes we do a roster so all the families our extended family cook for them which is especially important for the mum as she needs plenty of rest after long times away from her house. :)

    This stuff isn’t just for moving about, when a friend gives birth or faces the death of a family member we do the cooking roster and always offer help with cleaning. It’s a beautiful thing to help your community and loved ones. May Allah strengthen us to do it for one another always.

  4. Very very beautiful article. I enjoyed a lot reading it. Today we have become such bad neighbours! May Allah swt help us become good neighbours to each other. Ameen.

  5. Thanks a lot for sharing your experience with us.
    I am very glad I came across your article, as I’m thinking about this topic and still can’t know where to start.
    I’m in my 20s and I don’t know any of my neighbors well. I moved to that neighborhood when I was 8 , but neighbors here aren’t like my old neighbors. Everyone seems to be not interacting with others, I still meet neighbors by coincidence in the elevator whom I have never seen before.
    This had always made me sad, knowing what Prophet Muhammed taught us and finding that I’m not able to apply it. But now, I’m thinking of ways to get to know neighbors in my age and work together to develop better social relations between neighbors.
    Pray for me and if you can help me with some advice that would be great.

  6. Alsalamalaikm Amira,
    Whenever you meet them on the way,communicate with them.Start with salam if they are muslim,soon you will get to know how you can help them by your time,skills etc