wish my father would be accepting like this
Arranged! It’s on Netflix and I love it.
LOL i wish it was this easy irl
Wow… I need to grab a man from the masjid entrance too
When Umar bin abd al-Aziz became Caliph he sold his land, luxury items, and so forth until he only possessed the bare necessities to live like a servant.
Upon seeing the Caliph like this, his slave Mazahim asked him: “Sir, what have you left for your children?”
Umar replied saying: “Allah.”
Young Somali refugees living in the world’s largest refugee camp, in Kenya, have sent letters of encouragement to Syrian refugee children who have also had to flee their homeland. The young Somali students reside in the Dadaab refugee camp, in north-eastern Kenya. It is home to nearly 400,000 refugees, the majority of whom have fled conflict, drought and famine in Somalia over the last 23 years. Care International, the aid agency that provides many basic services at the camp, organised the pen pal exchange and delivered the handwritten letters to Syrian children at the Refugee Assistance Centre in Amman, Jordan.They offer messages of solidarity, encouragement and advice to their “dear brothers and sisters”.Perhaps the best line: “Be the stars and the new presidents of Syria.”
1. Makhachkala Grand Mosque - Dagestan, Russia
2. Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque - Chechnya, Russia
3. Sultan Ahmed Mosque - Istanbul, Turkey
4. Qolsharif Mosque - Tartarstan, Russia
5. Badshahi Mosque - Lahore, Pakistan
6. Masjid al-Haram - Makkah, Arabia
7. Putra Mosque - Putrajaya, Malaysia
8. Hassan II Mosque - Casablanca, Morocco
9. Masjid an-Nabawi - Madinah, Arabia
10. Omar Ibn al-Khattab Mosque - Berlin, Germany
I don’t want to….I NEED to visit and see these spectacular Masjids in person
Subhanallah I need to change wallahi - sometimes knowing the fact that this world is nearly over scares the hell out of me - what if I don’t have enough imam or haven’t done enough studying about my religion- well all I can say is May Allah help us all and Happy Ramadan to all my Muslim brothers and sister who made it to this Ramadan - Do your best this Ramadan :) Ameen
Imagine if we urged people to pray salah and read Quran and develop better manners as much as we urge people to wear a hijab or grow a beard.
I think it really says something that we focus so much on outward appearances in this Ummah. Hijab and beard are about maybe less than 10% of being Muslim and Salah and Quran and good manners are about 80% and yet people freak out if you’re not wearing a hijab or growing a beard.
Can we all please just get our priorities straight?