Photo 1 Oct 33 notes destinationjannah:

Allah starts off Surah Hujurat by addressing the believers…”O you who have believed…” This type of address is generally seen in Medini surahs or surahs that were revealed after the hijrah. Unlike Makki surahs where the ayahs are very short, the ayahs that were revealed after the hijrah become longer because Allah is addressing the believers, Allah is addressing those whom he loves and thus the conversation becomes longer. When you love someone, you want to keep talking to them, you want to carry on the conversation. Likewise, Allah prolongs the conversation with the believers, subhanAllah.
And Allah knows best.

destinationjannah:

Allah starts off Surah Hujurat by addressing the believers…”O you who have believed…” This type of address is generally seen in Medini surahs or surahs that were revealed after the hijrah. Unlike Makki surahs where the ayahs are very short, the ayahs that were revealed after the hijrah become longer because Allah is addressing the believers, Allah is addressing those whom he loves and thus the conversation becomes longer. When you love someone, you want to keep talking to them, you want to carry on the conversation. Likewise, Allah prolongs the conversation with the believers, subhanAllah.

And Allah knows best.

Photo 28 Sep 15,053 notes 11213372:


"There’s the three “men of Middle Eastern appearance” who were detained by police at a football match because someone thought the way they were checking their phones was “suspicious”.



There’s the Muslim guy who was detained by the cops for filming in the Melbourne CBD (read his account over the The Drum if you read nothing else; it’s mildly terrifying).
There’s that mosque in far north Queensland that was vandalised, that mosque in Brisbane that was vandalised, those Muslim ladies in Queensland being told to “fuck off back to your own country” and having coffee thrown on them, and that carload of white guys on the Gold Coast who threatened to behead a brown person in the street because they thought he was Muslim (seriously, Queensland, you are not covering yourself in glory on this one).
There’s the guy who walked into an Islamic school in Sydney armed with a knife, forcing children to be locked inside their classrooms and hide under their desks.
There’s the spat-upon mum, the kicked baby’s pram, the vandalised car and the pig’s head on a spike — the pig’s head on a spike — that have been reported in WA. There’s the rape and death threats being made against Muslim women, and the indifference it’s been met with.”

(full article here)

11213372:

"There’s the three “men of Middle Eastern appearance” who were detained by police at a football match because someone thought the way they were checking their phones was “suspicious”.

There’s the Muslim guy who was detained by the cops for filming in the Melbourne CBD (read his account over the The Drum if you read nothing else; it’s mildly terrifying).

There’s that mosque in far north Queensland that was vandalised, that mosque in Brisbane that was vandalised, those Muslim ladies in Queensland being told to “fuck off back to your own country” and having coffee thrown on them, and that carload of white guys on the Gold Coast who threatened to behead a brown person in the street because they thought he was Muslim (seriously, Queensland, you are not covering yourself in glory on this one).

There’s the guy who walked into an Islamic school in Sydney armed with a knife, forcing children to be locked inside their classrooms and hide under their desks.

There’s the spat-upon mum, the kicked baby’s pram, the vandalised car and the pig’s head on a spike — the pig’s head on a spike — that have been reported in WA. There’s the rape and death threats being made against Muslim women, and the indifference it’s been met with.”

(full article here)

Quote 27 Sep 16 notes
When He gives, He makes you witness His benevolence and when He denies you, He makes you witness His supremacy. 
And in both situations, He is making Himself discernible to you and approaching you with His gentleness..
— Ibn Ata’illah as-Sikandari (via intoxicated25)
Video 27 Sep 189,179 notes

exquisiteuniverse:

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Tumblr and Puns

asantisanasquashbanana if this does not define our friendship and my dad jokes, Idk what does lol

Quote 25 Sep 1 note

Sajana baaj Muhammad Baksh
Zahr hoyee zindagaani

Without the Beloved Muhammad Baksha
Life is nothing but poison!

Quote 21 Sep 9 notes
Opium is the religion of the masses
— Shaykh Abdul Hakim Murad (via intoxicated25)
Quote 21 Sep 19 notes
The fly chose the sugar cube but the moth chose the fire: desire is something but love is something else.
— Amīr Khusrow (via intoxicated25)
Quote 21 Sep 35 notes
As people across the globe head to circumambulate the Holy House, this Hajj serves as a poignant reminder to us all: that our lives should revolve round Him, and only Him.
— (via theconsciousmuslim)
Text 20 Sep 428 notes

thegreaterjihad:

The time for one of the five prayers came in while I was studying at a coffee shop, so I walked outside and started praying in the grass. When I went to prostrate, a man walked up to me and said, “Girl why you sniffing the grass?”

And this pretty much describes my life as an American Muslim.

via Salaam.
Quote 20 Sep 29,571 notes
fernweh [feyrn-vey]
— (noun) This wonderful, untranslatable German word describes the feeling of homesickness for a far away land, a place you have never visited. Do not confuse this with the english word, wanderlust; Fernweh is much more profound, it is the feeling of an unsatisfied urge to escape and discover new places, almost a sort of sadness. You miss a place you have never experienced, as opposed to lusting over it or desiring it like wanderlust. You are seeking freedom and self-discovery, but not a particular home.  (via petrichour)

(Source: wordsnquotes.com)


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