Sana, Rana, Sobia, and Shaila were four best friends and cousins who were inseparable. They were strict in their religion as well as how they treated one another. All of them were equally religious and got together everyday, since they had one big mansion in which they all lived separately. How? Their quarters were made each with closed dimensions, so that whoever wanted to meet the other had to knock at a separate door. Allah had blessed them because of their unity. Besides their own living, there was even room for guests or others who would visit. All the cousins went to the same school, which was girls only! When they had outings, their parents would do a joint payment for the trip.
One day, they were at home because they had pest control coming over. Although their mansion was clean, they still had bugs in corners and dusty, empty areas. At that time, Shaila and Sobia were reading and Sana and Rana were drawing. The pestkiller arrived around noon and started spraying rooms with his special spray. During his work, he dropped something from his pocket, which all the girls saw. They had been told to be in one room while the pestkiller was working and their dads were with the guy. But from where they were they noticed the thing falling. It was a bracelet!
Rana was the first to notice and she alerted the others. Then she went to the window to look at the man’s van. She noticed some movement in the car, but wasn’t sure. So she told the others to look too. “I think someone is in the guy’s car!” said Rana, “but you guys look to make sure.” “Yeah I see movement too!” said Sana, “Let’s tell Abbu!” They went and told their dads and uncles about the movement and bracelet. Then Sana’s dad called the police and made sure the guy didn’t suspect anything. For that reason he told his brothers to keep him busy.
When the police arrived, the pestkiller was done and ready to leave. Right then they started questioning him, “What’s your identity?” said an officer, “Please give your license.” The man started fumbling like he didn’t know where it is. “What’s in your car, sir?” said another officer strictly. The man started fuming, “On what charges am I being harassed?!” “I refuse to answer any question!” “Then we’ll look in your car and then have a look at your id!” said the first officer, “And do you recognize this?” he continued. At that, the guy changed color and gave an excuse, “That’s for my Mom, where’d you get it from?” he questioned. “Never mind that but we’ll find out after looking in your car that what you’re saying is true!” said the first officer. The man was changing colors and getting pale.
In the van, they found a 1st grade girl, terrified to death and still crying. “It’s alright little one.” soothed a female officer, “Everything’s ok now.” The female officer hugged her and told her she’ll be with her parents soon. The pestkiller, knowing he was caught, tried to run for it, but too late! He was already surrounded and under supervision. He was stupid to think of escape in this situation. Sana and the others were watching everything from their window. They had seen everything and were feeling good to have helped another innocent person.
The officers handcuffed the kidnapping pestkiller and thanked the girl’s dads and told them that their daughters’ were excellent observers. As for the girl who was found, her parents were called and they arrived within moments. Earlier that day, there had been news about a missing girl. So the parents thanked Sana and the other’s dads and the police went off with the kidnapper. His van was towed and taken to the police station. Sana, Rana, Sobia and Shaila’s parents all praised them and thanked Allah for helping an innocent person.
And as of the pestkiller, he was found out to be a long sought after villain who had kidnapped many before this girl too. So once again, the girls were heroines in the newspaper headlines. Their good manners and religion was the reason for their success and the main thing was fulfilling Allah’s ehkamaat will lead you to achievement.