reblogging max brenner waffles forever…
and just ignore all the posts you’ve ever done on palestine, and reblog someone who has his own Max Brenner-funded unit in the Israeli army
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Sad moment when non-Muslims understand the entire concept of hijab better than Muslims.
Makes us look bad
THIS! He said the truth! It´s not always the others wo want to destroy us. Someimes we as Muslim destroy ourselves,too. Really, just imagine that you wear “hot” clothes and someone wants to convert and asks what´s the concept of Hijab. Do you really say it Safes you from gazes? No!
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what the concept of hijab is*
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The shoe of a terrorist killed in Hangu, Pakistan.
Thank you President Obama, the world is safe now!
We have awoken from our sleep - our minor death in which the soul has risen up to the heavens to rest and be protected by God, and blessed for it to come down. It comes down with the memory of Islam, the retention of its implications and the knowledge and history of our relationship with our creator through our conscious lives.
We have acknowledged that our identity is positioned in the natural inclination that only Islam is able to provide us in order to connect with Allah, and that our identity is shaped by where we stand spiritually and the acknowledgements we have made.
We acknowledge that we have been brought back from the dead in order to ask forgiveness for our previous mistakes, make the most of our time, and bind ourselves to an agreement that we will fulfil the reason we have been brought back - to better ourselves more than the previous day and not regress in actions or intentions.
We acknowledge the religion of the creator and affirm that the message of Islam has been received by us and accepted, and that we will bear witness that this message was passed down to us from Allah via the prophet Muhammad (SAW) and those who fulfilled their obligations by passing the knowledge down right to us.
In doing so we recognise the importance of passing on this message and fulfilling our purpose in life - to serve our creator as a vicegerent on this Earth bi fadlil-lah.
Barakat is missing -
We don’t have barakat because the materials we have are the sweat and blood of miskeen folk in 3rd world countries.
Barakat is missing in our homes due to the abandoning of the recitation of Qur’an and abundant recitation of the TV.
Barakat is missing in our studies due to cheating and due…
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I saw during my night journey some men whose lips were being clipped with clippers of fire. I said, ‘Who are these people, Jibreel?’ He replied, ‘These are the people from your followers who gave sermons commanding the people with righteousness, yet forgetting to practice it themselves. — The Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallaam). Source; Sharh us-Sunnah, al-Bayhaqee in Ash-Shu’ab, ibn Abee ad-Dunyaa and others (via nonchalante)
Started from the bottom now we’re here
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On why I wear hijab -
- It’s fardh! It was an informed decision I made for myself after about a year of consideration.
- Brings me closer to my creator, builds my character and shapes my behavior.
- I’ve grown with it as a Muslim, and it’s made me better. Not better than other…
When your aim is to touch the sky, first put your forehead on the ground in SUJOOD.
caps for SUJOOD, yo
I WANT TO SEE IF ANYONE NOTICES THAT I’M GONE !
Do you think you’d notice if someone around you disappeared? Do you make someone’s life better for seeing you every day? Do you make any difference to how someone lives? Does anyone but God know you’re there?
If Allah should aid you, no one can overcome you; but if He should forsake you, who is there that can aid you after Him? And upon Allah let the believers rely. [3:160]
Arguing with people removes the barakah of knowledge from one’s heart. —
- Imam Malik
In trusting Allah, remember that what’s best for you might be what’s most painful. — Sh. Omar Suleiman (via ukhty-nur)
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