Anonymous asked: Hello :) I found you randomly through instagram and I just had to tell you that you are so stunning and radiant masha Allah. Your style is amazing and you inspired me to seriously contemplate hijab so, thank you. Have a great day! xx
THISSSSSSS—> “And so I ask you to unlearn. I ask you to stand up and tell the world that you are a slave to nothing—not to fashion, not to beauty, not to men. You are a slave to God and God alone. I ask you to tell the world that you’re not here to please men with your body; You’re here to please God. So to those who mean well and wish to ‘liberate’ you, just smile and say: “Thanks,...
Imam Sufian was asked: Where is the priority?...
So I heard a song the other day that objectified women in every way…the feminists are probably still rolling in their graves. They reduce people to parts, objects to be acquired and turn hearts and minds into mere things to be desired. And as parts of my body were assessed and sized, I thought, what a way to be dehumanized.
Anonymous asked: Where do you get your strength, your faith or tawakul when your Iman hits a low?
Oh Allah, when I lose my hopes and plans, help me remember that your love is...– Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (ra)
What I said: I'm Muslim.
What you think I said: You're all infidels, you're all going to hell. Osama bin Laden is my hero. I support terrorism. I'm going to kill you and your family and every other infidel like you. I hate everybody except other Muslims and I'm better than you and you're all going to hell and I hate your freedom.
What I meant: I believe in one God and all the other prophets before prophet Muhammad (peace be upon them all). I try to be a better person for everyday that goes for the sake of God. I believe non-Muslims are my brothers and sisters in humanity and only God knows who is going where after we die. I choose to be a Muslim because I believe the Quran is the word of God and I respect your (non)religious beliefs and I wish you all the best. Peace.
We were of the most disgraced of people, and Allah granted us honor with this...– Umar bin al-Khattab (via islamispeace)
The truth hurts, but it doesn't kill. Lies may...
Imam Shāfiʿī was asked: "Why do you carry a stick when you are neither old, nor ailing?"
He replied: "To remind myself I am only a traveller in this world."
You can offend God, and He will forgive you, if He wants. But if you offend,...– Imām Muḥammad ʿAbdul-Laṭīf Finch (via nargessi)
nonchalante: If your actions are not echoing your speech, stop talking so much.
Do not pay attention to the one who is speaking, but pay attention to what he is...– Imam Ali (A.S)
Building Communities of Knowledge and Beauty – An... →
Re: Last Question
Assalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakathu, Regarding the last question I answered : As salaamu alkum. I am wondering if you can share some advice on a dilemma I am having. So my best friend who’s non-Muslim is getting married. And she has asked me to be her maid of honor. I wear hijab. And Iam undecided of saying yes to her. Its the details of the wedding that are causing me to...
May He (SWT) guide us all. Ameen.
Anonymous asked: As salaamu alkum. I am wondering if you can share some advice on a dilemma I am having. So my best friend who's non-Muslim is getting married. And she has asked me to be her maid of honor. I wear hijab. And Iam undecided of saying yes to her. Its the details of the wedding that are causing me to me torn on if i should participate or not. The ceremony is not a religious ceremony (bride and...