- white people: im not racist i have a black iPhone
- A woman who is unfaithful to her man: 'slut', 'whore'
- A man who is unfaithful to his woman: 'made a mistake', 'was not his senses', 'the other woman provoked him'
- A woman who forgives her man, after he is unfaithful: 'dumb', 'stupid', 'staying with him for his money'
- A man who forgives his woman, after she is unfaithful: 'how noble of him', 'must truly love her to still be with her', 'what a nice man'.
Surround your heart with those who practice. Not the ones who just preach.
this is everything
When the bae says its salaah time
Some of yall have the best sense of humor I swear
“Allah has already planned everything already so don’t stress.”(via muslimah-portugal)
SHARE THIS BEAUTIFUL DUA AND SAY AMEEN
Ya Allah, make my relationship with you so strong that I don’t need these people or this world. Ya Allah, let me thrive on your love and the love for your deen. Alhamdulillah for the beauties of this world you have blessed me with, but, ya Allah, do not let me get attached to such short-lived materials.
“What has he found who has lost God?
Ibn ‘Ata’ Allah Al-Iskandari (via therosethatgrewfr0mconcrete)
And what has he lost who has found God?”
Well you got an idea of it. Thats more of an outcome.
In Islam it is mandatory for women to cover their heads and body (in front of men they are eligible of marrying) when they begin to menstruate. Reasoning to be because of Muslim women are empowered to be the flag poles of Islam. They are to be educated so when approached by a questioning person they know how to answer. A long with this is the reason because its non-mahram men (men who aren’t of their family that they can marry) is so that MEN would learn to not objectify them, and like you said go first and foremost their personalities. Not saying that hijab makes girls ugly. Yes, it does beautify us but in a different way then what today’s idea of beauty is. The way muslim women cover bodies now a days is supposed to be the highest intellect that man and woman could achieve from Adam and Eve to now.
Children amazigh of Morocco
"Are you a convert or were you raised Muslim?"
"Where are your parents from?"
"Did your parents convert to Islam or were they raised Muslim?"
"Can you recite the Fatiha?"
Those are the questions by Israeli soldiers that I have had to answer every time I’ve tried to enter Al-Haram Al-Sharif. They are meant to be a “security measure” (like everything else Israeli does) because non-Muslims are allowed to enter the compound but not the mosques because of a problem that was had with Israeli women dressing as Muslim women and defacing the masajid. Here’s the thing, while I don’t believe that one should have to prove one’s religion or religiousness to anyone, and while it would still annoy me, I wouldn’t mind as much having to answer those questions to a Muslim. However, having to answer them to an illegally occupying Israeli Jewish soldier is not only aggravating, but it is deeply degrading. In addition, in order to enter the area of the Western Wall, people must walk through a metal detector and place their bags through a scanner. If the concern is security, why don’t we have this at the Haram? Or at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre? Why is it that instead, I must answer ridiculous questions? The worst part though, was when, after I recited the Fatiha, the soldier smiled at me condescendingly and said, “ahlan wa sahlan”. I almost spit in his face. The fact that he thought he had the right to welcome me into a place that belongs to me as a Muslim, not him, was disgusting.
^^^ this was exactly how i felt
Allah wa taala is the Best Judge!!!!!!!!!!!
(source : Lust For Life )
“there is a God, there always has been. I see him here, in the eyes of the people in this [hospital] corridor of desperation. This is the real house of God, this is where those who have lost God will find Him… there is a God, there has to be, and now I will pray, I will pray that He will forgive that I have neglected Him all of these years, forgive that I have betrayed, lied, and sinned with impunity only to turn to Him now in my hour of need. I pray that He is as merciful, benevolent, and gracious as His book says He is.”― Khaled Hosseini (via therosethatgrewfr0mconcrete)
During fajr. So much construction. They are moving mountains.