Surat Al-Ghāshiyah (17-26)
thevisionofislam: 17 - Then do they not look at the camels - how they are created? 18 - And at the sky - how it is raised? 19 - And at the mountains - how they are erected? 20 - And at the earth - how it is spread out? 21 - So remind [O Muhammad]; you are only a reminder 22 - You are not over them a controller. 23 - However, he who turns away and disbelieves, 24 - Then Allah will punish...
Lower your gaze because you become less of a human every time you stare at a...– Nouman Ali Khan (via zuleikha)
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The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآلہ وسلم) said: “A person who teaches goodness to...– At-Tabarani (via followhadith)
whattaheck asked: Hi. I'm the owner of travel-korea and I saw from the reblog about the sign that you were wondering where is the wudu' place for female. Actually there are other wudu' place for female indoor as well as resting room. From what I see, the Muslim students in Busan use it for weekly meet-up and they can even cook there. I was just there for backpacking trip though. Hope that answers...
a-restless-being: I remember someone wrote in the lift of my flat “Go home muslim bastard.” The funny thing was, I was going home. I’m also a bastard, parents weren’t married. Nice of that person to encourage what I was doing anyway. Lol! How supportive of them.
I’m so used to saying ‘bismillah’ before I put food in my...– Me
I want to become the person I’d like my future daughter to be.– Me
Crowthers World: Muslims and Islam in Contemporary... →
Apt observation :) all it takes is to take one step back to see that there is something very strange in the way the world works. Most people are ensconced in their own comfort zone and refuse to budge in their blatantly discriminating mindset. In the Quran, it is said that we are branched into different races and ‘tribes’ to learn from one another. Diversity is a beautiful thing. Why...
zaatar wa zayt: Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkul... →
zaatarwazayt: Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkul Karman ‘The mother of Yemen’s revolution’ When asked about her Hijab by Journalists and how it is not proportionate with her level of intellect and education, she replied: “Man in early times was almost naked, and as his intellect evolved he started wearing…
Mohamed Ashraf: For all the people who: →
dank-potion: make discriminatory/bigoted comments about Islam and/or the Arab people support the war in Afghanistan/Iraq, despite the lack of progress and the mass loss and displacement of civilians’ lives encourage the unjustified imprisonment of the men/women/children currently held in…
To spend the night awake and weeping for other than Allah is a foolish waste.– A Muslim poet
6:44 "There is no greater wealth than wisdom, no...