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sulitati:

An arrow pointing towards Makkah, Islam’s Holiest City, in the recreation yard at Camp Delta, Guantánamo Bay.

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tarassein:

stunningpicture:

Lions pretend to be hurt by the bites of their young to encourage them.

this put the biggest smile on my face

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His character was the Qur’an.
كــان خُــلُــقُــه الـــقـــرآن
— Aisha (ra) responding to a question describing the Prophet’s (saw) character. (via fatelovesarebel)
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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 qumfaanthir)
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My mom just told me that when she lived in Palestine there were turkish delights (sweets) wrapped in plastic and thrown in the wheat fields that she used to tend. She asked her mother if she could eat them and she told her that they'll kill her. Wallahi Israelis have no hearts.

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hoodjab:

Yup when I was there I was wondering who dropped all this candy everywhere and I saw that from the helicopters they were throwing buckets of candy everywhere. Poisonous candy. Killing animals, and children.

I never knew that this was also one of their tactics, this is disgusting

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MashaAllah from what I’ve experienced, Arabs are some of the most hospitable people. I went to my Palestinian friend’s house for Iftaar at the beginning of Ramadan, and they stuffffffffffed me man. I was about to explode, and they still didn’t let me leave the house until I had 4 plates full of food to take for my family. May Allah bless her and her family, ameen.

I even remember reading about the hospitality of the Arabs in the Seerah, they used to compete with each other when ever a guest would come to town. They were known for their hospitality even before Islam. 

The breeze outside subhanAllah. Something so captivating about tonight. The silent lightning and everything. 

My philosophy for marriage

Run as fast as you can towards God and if someone keeps up introduce yourself.

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abdelrahmanm:

Abu Dharr (ra) reported that he asked the Prophet (saw), “O Messenger of Allah, which Masjid was built first on earth”? The Prophet (saw) replied, “The Sacred Masjid of Makkah”.

Abu Dharr (r) then asked, “Which was next”? The Prophet (saw) said, “Masjid Al-Aqsa”.

It seems that there is either mass confusion or a concerted effort regarding convincing Muslims that Masjid Al Aqsa is only the Dome of The Rock (Golden Dome, famous picture shows up when you search anything Palestinian). THIS is Masjid Al Aqsa, the 3rd of the holy mosques, the first qiblah of the believers, the venue where the Prophet [saw] ascended to the heavens, where he led the prophets of God in prayer.

This is our heritage. We need to learn about, connect, and develop love for it. May Allah free His House from the terrible neighbors that are currently abusing it, and allow us all to visit freely.

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lakimariam:

I just came across this brothers tweets. May Allah make it easy for him. Remember him in your prayers.

isqineeha:

Dome of the Rock - Jerusalem 1925

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