As-Salamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuh (May the Peace, Mercy, and Blessings of Allah be with you). Nawal. Nineteen years old. Moroccan. Living in France. Muslim Sunni. Law student and feminist. Fashion blogger. Pro-Palestinian and anti-zionist. Striving for justice and women rights in the world. Likewise, aspiring humanitarian. .اشهد ان لآ اِلَـهَ اِلا الله وأشهد ان محمدا رسول الله Ashadu an lâ ilâha illa-llâh, wa-ashadu anna Muḥammadan Rasûlu-llâh.I testify that there is no God except Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger.

lzbth:

swag won’t pay the bills but apparently neither will your degree

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onethousandandonenightss: Hi, I hope you're okay. I know this is a really random question it's just part of a my own personal mini project. Can I know your favourite quote please?

Hi there,
aww it´s fine lol so hmm actually this is not a quote - it´s from a verse from the Quran; from surat Al Hadid 57:4 “and He is with you wherever you are.” :)

Oct 2nd at 3AM / reblog / 3 notes
Anonymous: hey how do you say please never leave me in french

Hi,
“s’il te plaît, ne me quitte jamais.” x

Oct 2nd at 1AM / reblog / 2 notes

“May Allah forget all of us for complaining about nothing while others needed everything.”

Daily reminder
Oct 2nd at 1AM / tagged: Astaghfirullah. / reblog / 19 notes

In France, you will see French people complaining about Hijabis, frowning upon them, insulting them.

But you also see them greeting Saudi HIJABI women politely in their Chanel stores and receiving them with courtesy, though.

THE WHOLE DAMN SYSTEM IS WRONG.

Oct 2nd at 1AM / via: lacooletchic / op: lacooletchic / reblog / 87 notes

 onethousandandonenightss nonwhitequeen hadeiadel jazak Allah khairan sweeties, you’re way too kind - may God bless you xx

Oct 2nd at 12AM / reblog / 2 notes
Anonymous: How do you mend a broken heart? How do you erase the memories? The pain im enduring is unbearable. I wish i could take on revenge on the one who hurt me

Hello, 

I don’t know if you’re muslim or not but you asked me questions, I give you answers then. 

I can’t mend a broken heart. I can’t erase memories. You know why? Because all of this is in Allah’s Qadr (power) (Subhan Allah).

1. Put your trust in Allahs qadr (power) [Complete Tawakkul]

“Allah Azawajal said: ‘Verily, from amongst My slaves is he whose faith cannot be rectified except by being inflicted with poverty, and were I to enrich him, it would surely corrupt him. Verily, from amongst My slaves is he whose faith cannot be rectified except by wealth and affluence, and were I to deprive him, it would surely corrupt him. Verily, from amongst My slaves is he whose faith cannot be rectified except by good health, and were I to make him sick, it would surely corrupt him. Verily, from amongst My slaves is he whose faith cannot be rectified except by disease and illness, and were I to make him healthy, it would surely corrupt him. Verily, from amongst My slaves is he who seeks worship by a certain act but I prevent that from him so that self-amazement does not enter his heart. Certainly, I run the affairs of My slaves by My Knowledge of what is in their hearts. Certainly, I am the All-Knower, All-Aware’.” [Tabarani]

2.  Patience and wisdom

Love, they say, beware of love, that beautiful dangerous drug/ Reflect upon yourself. Think alone, Think of who you really are, think of what you really are without them, think of what you really deserve. Instead of constantly wondering and pondering upon your issues, please focuse on yourself. What’s your aspirations in life? What are your goals in life? Do you have a dream to realize? Then go ahead. Do you want to show the world what you really worth? then go ahead. Forget about love. Forget about your issue and go out, and live for yourself. Failing at love doesn’t mean the end of the world. We often think that life will never be the same after all we have been through. FALSE. This is what makes you stronger. As Muslims, we must work on our iman (faith), on our relationship with our Lord; So you can talk to God go begging on His door! Do it for yourself, do it for God. And for no one else!

3. Move on

As Muslims, everytime we feel bad and down, we always have to be thankful for it, I mean every time we are afflicted by hardships, bad experiences, it is always a gift from Allah subhana Wa taala. We realize that the fact that it didn’t work out means that Allah SWT has planned something better for us. These hardships are meant to make us open our eyes on the world and its disease, you know in order to return to Him for “this worldy life is only a deceiving enjoyment” Surat Al-Hadid (The Iron)

I love this hadith, “If you depend on Allah with due reliance, He would certainly give you provision as He gives it the birds who go forth hungry in the morning and return with a full belly at dusk.” [Tirmidhi] 

Allah will provide for you but you have to get up and get moving again. Just like the birds, go out and seek. Make the effort on your part and leave the rest to Allah and His infinite wisdom.

And I’d like to add something about what you called revenge.

No. As Muslims, we don’t know revenge; We give it to Allah for “He is All-Knowing, All-Aware” - Surat The Hujurrat (The Dwellings) 49:13 

Islam doesn’t teach Muslims to revenge from anyone. Yes, Islam does command Muslims to repel evil with good and to forgive and forget, but Islam also on the other hand, prohibits Muslims from being hypocrites. If you, for instance, come and slap me on the face, then Islam commands me to forgive you. 

Allah SWT Commands Forgiveness not revenge. Plus, He is All-Powerful (Al Qadeer) we do not have to worry about anything.

Allah Azawajal knows what goes on in this world; listens if you speak, sees when you move and knows when even if you kept it in your heart.

We do believe everything is under Allahs hands, so it does not give fear and sadness any chance to control our heart.

Believing in Allah the most powerful sends tranquility, stability, and victory; there is a reason why Islam is defined by the word “Peace” = it means peace with your spirit/mind/yourself/soul and of course with people. Good manners are very important in Islam. 

So this is how a broken heart is mended. 

Hope that answered your questions. 

May you stay blessed x

Oct 2nd at 12AM / reblog / 6 notes

المعيد

ibtasem:

Never forget that
even a time of misery
will never be the end of us.

Never forget about
Al-Mu’id, The Restorer.

The One Who relieves
faded flowers after the winter
and raises dead souls
out of the ground.

The One Who brings
broken hearts back to life.

Oct 1st at 9PM / via: ibtasem / op: ibtasem / reblog / 160 notes

ree-az:

I know you’re closer than the veins that keep me living, because all around me, I see Your Mercy

Oct 1st at 9PM / via: ree-az / op: ree-az / reblog / 30 notes

“Do not be too quick to judge when you are too slow to think.”

Daily reminder
Oct 1st at 11AM / reblog / 15 notes

“Dear men, you might think she wants your car, your money, your gifts. But the RIGHT WOMAN wants your time, your smile, your honesty, your effort and you choosing to put her as a priority. This is the real wealth you can offer her.”

Daily reminder (via blvcknvy)
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“I notice that Autumn is more the season of the soul than of nature.”

Friedrich Nietzsche (via n-xi)

“The best form of faith is the belief that God is with you wherever you are.”

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

(Source: durenajaf)

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sheliveswithoutdoubt:

I love the idea of tawakkul. Allah will take care of you, He will provide for you the means. So beautiful.