1. (via theblacknesss)

    1 day ago  /  124,714 notes  /  Source: hydrique

  2. (via daytwamuslim)

    4 days ago  /  145,041 notes  /  Source: clarity-within

  3. If you believe in justice, surely you believe in the hereafter, because this world is not just.
    – Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan (via heartheraindrops-fall)

    (via findingpeacewithin)

    5 days ago  /  1,180 notes  /  Source: heartheraindrops-fall

  4. الرحيم

    ibtasem:

    I have done horrible things
    and displeased Him.
    I have wronged my soul
    through all my sins.

    And yet He lets me
    stay in this world
    giving me blessings
    I don’t even deserve.

    Then how can someone
    not be grateful to Him,
    The All-Merciful, Ar-Rahim?

    (via findingpeacewithin)

    5 days ago  /  1,721 notes  /  Source: ibtasem

  5. thepalestineyoudontknow:

what it is like to live under occupation. 
Life Under Occupation 

    thepalestineyoudontknow:

    what it is like to live under occupation. 

    Life Under Occupation 

    (via intifadda)

    1 week ago  /  1,796 notes  /  Source: thepalestineyoudontknow

  6. thegreaterjihad:

    You know how when you reread a book, you find new details and depth that you may have over looked the first time? The Qur’an is just like that, except you’ll never stop finding those nuances and deeper meanings.

    Agreed.

    1 week ago  /  126 notes  /  Source: thegreaterjihad

  7. m7madsmiry:

There is nothing more difficult than waiting. This father carried his son to Al. Aqsa Hospital in Gaza after he was hit in the bombing of his house. He waits the fate of his son if he is still alive or not !!

Subhana Allah

    m7madsmiry:

    There is nothing more difficult than waiting. This father carried his son to Al. Aqsa Hospital in Gaza after he was hit in the bombing of his house. He waits the fate of his son if he is still alive or not !!

    Subhana Allah

    (via daytwamuslim)

    1 week ago  /  2,749 notes  /  Source: m7madsmiry

  8. themuslimavenger:


 “First of all, I’m not talking about war  because a war is between two armies. There is no army in Gaza. Today, it’s a massacre, a slaughter.” 

—  Tariq Ramadan

    themuslimavenger:

    First of all, I’m not talking about war
    because a war is between two armies.
    There is no army in Gaza.
    Today, it’s a massacre, a slaughter.
    —  Tariq Ramadan

    (via daytwamuslim)

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  9. findingpeacewithin:

    O Supporter of the unsupported,
    O Helper of the helpless,
    O Protector of the unprotected,
    O Shield for the defenceless,
    O Hearer of the unheard appeal,
    O Pride of those without pride,
    O Honor of the honorless,
    O Giver of Aid to the unaided,
    O Friend of the forsaken,
    O Shelter of the shelterless.
    Praise be to Thee, there is no God but Thee, The Granter of all Succour, Protect us from the Fire, O Lord.

    1 week ago  /  6 notes  /  Source: findingpeacewithin

  10. khatmal:

The ayat Imam Ali (as) read while filling his wound with dirt after ibn Muljim (la) struck him. 

    khatmal:

    The ayat Imam Ali (as) read while filling his wound with dirt after ibn Muljim (la) struck him. 

    (via anu-meaning)

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