beardgang101:

To those who are alone for Eid … No one to celebrate with…
Worry not. Allah is with us. Allah is the best company. Subhan’Allah

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At this time of the year, I always find myself wondering what would my life be like exactly one year from today (If Allah has willed for me to live).

This Ramadan probably went by the fastest… It’s a scary thought to know that next Ramadan will go by even faster.

Eid Mubarak my brothers and sisters!
brazilia:

Mohammed Shinbary comforts his daughter Mahasin, 7, who was injured during Israeli shelling at a U.N.-run school sheltering Palestinians, at a hospital in the northern Gaza Strip on July 24, 2014.
(Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times)
remikanazi:

Palestinians don’t have to pay people to tweet. Millions around the world are naturally outraged. (Photo via @GazaYBO on Twitter) 

blacksupervillain:

Israel wouldn’t pay bloggers to post pro-IDF shit if they thought what they were doing was right or even in the name of self-defense, they’d let the facts speak for themselves

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thatgirlwhosmiles:

neoliberalismkills:

Do you ever get into an argument with someone and find yourself unable to speak for a moment because you’re just so blown away by how utterly wrong and ignorant the other person is being and you can’t understand how anyone could actually believe the things they are saying

Zionists.

(Source: neoliberalismkills, via jannatulfirdous)

Why can’t we wake up for Tahajjud?

aburayyaan:

Some people asked ‘Abdullah ibn Mas‘ūd: “Why can’t we perform the night prayers?”

He replied, “Because of your wrong actions. They weight you down and cause you to sleep.”

(At-Tahajjud, Ibn Abi Dunya)

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Where do you go when your house isn’t home?
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(Source: endlesslyhephzibah, via allah-understands)

Subhan’Allah

17thwallfloweravenue:

have you ever loved a Surah so much that when you hear it feels like your heart is trying to burst out of your body

Yes

(via allah-understands)

If the human knew the pleasure of meeting Allah and being near Him, he would feel grief for being distant from Him.
Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullah) [al-Fawaa’id, p.119] (via sayingsofthesalaf)

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