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If loyalty was for country, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam would have never left Makkah…

If loyalty was for tribe, he would never have fought Quraish…

If loyalty was for family, he would not have gone against Abu Lahab…

Loyalty is for Islam.

— (via gharibafisabilillah)

❝ When people did the Prophet (SAW) wrong, he only increased in doing good to them. That’s the way you change hearts.

— Sheikh Ibrahim Osi-Efa  (via hijabi-charm)

❝ ‘Do you really believe that God expects you to show Him your respect by repeated bowing and kneeling and prostration? Might it not be better only to look into oneself and to pray to Him in the stillness of one’s heart? Why all these movements of your body?’
As soon as I had uttered these words I felt remorse, for I had not intended to injure the old man’s religious feelings. But the hajji did not appear in the least offended. He smiled with his toothless mouth and replied:
‘How else then should we worship God? Did He not create both, soul and body, together? And this being so, should man not pray with his body as well as with his soul? Listen, I will tell you why we Muslims pray as we pray. We turn toward the Kaaba, God’s holy temple in Mecca, knowing that the faces of all Muslims, wherever they may be, are turned to it in prayer, and that we are like one body, with Him as the centre of our thoughts. First we stand upright and recite from the Holy Koran, remembering that it is His Word, given to man that he may be upright and steadfast in life. Then we say, “God is the Greatest,” reminding ourselves that no one deserves to be worshipped but Him; and bow down deep because we honour Him above all, and praise His power and glory. Thereafter we prostrate ourselves on our foreheads because we feel that we are but dust and nothingness before Him, and that He is our Creator and Sustainer on high. Then we lift our faces from the ground and remain sitting, praying that He forgives our sins and bestow His grace upon us, and guide us aright, and give us health and sustenance. Then we again prostrate ourselves on the ground and touch the dust with our foreheads before the might and the glory of the One. After that, we remain sitting and pray that He bless the Prophet Muhammad who brought His message to us, just as He blessed the earlier Prophets; and that He bless us as well, and all those who follow the right guidance; and we ask Him to give us of the good of this world and of the good of the world to come. In the end we turn our heads to the right and to the left, saying, “Peace and the grace of God be upon you” - and thus greet all who are righteous, wherever they may be.
‘It was thus that our Prophet used to pray and taught his followers to pray for all times, so that they might willingly surrender themselves to God - which is what Islam means - and so be at peace with Him and with their own destiny.’

— — An extract from ‘The Road to Mecca’ by Muhammad Asad (via maba3ref)

(Source: kalbasgonnahate)


Ina lillahi wa ina ilayhi raji’un. How does one have the Qur’an on one hand and commit such heinous acts; slaughtering people like animals with the other?!
I hope they all suffer in this world and the hereafter.
RIP to all the victims of these savages, Muslim and non-Muslim, No human being should have to experience ISIS and their atrocities.

❝ Be content with what Allah has given you, and you will be the richest of people.

— (via muslimahbyheart)

(Source: aafreenfaiz)


Eid Mubarak everyone. I’m sorry I have to keep this short as it’s been a very hectic while, but in shaa Allah this month went great for you and you reached new levels or your imaan. In shaa Allah, your prayers, fasts, and namaaz were accepted.

In shaa Allah, we were brought closer to the rest of our ummah. In shaa Allah, there was barakah in our earnings and spendings. In shaa Allah, the Masjids were filled with people. In shaa Allah, we learned new things and got more curious.

In shaa Allah, we picked up good habits and continue to practice them even though the Shaytaan is back. In shaa Allah, Allah provides us Taqwah (guidance), forgives our sins, gives us space in Jannah and keeps us safe to next Ramadan. In shaa Allah, we have a next Ramadan and Alhamdulilah for this one.


O Almighty Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala! Forgive the Ummah of Your Beloved Nabee Muhammad Sallallahoo Alayhi Wasallam.



O Almighty Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala! Forgive the Ummah of Your Beloved Nabee Muhammad Sallallahoo Alayhi Wasallam.


A message to our brothers and sisters around the world suffering. Do not worry, you have Allah. When you have Allah, who can defeat you? Victory is near.


A message to our brothers and sisters around the world suffering. Do not worry, you have Allah. When you have Allah, who can defeat you? Victory is near.


Powerful Tips for the Last 10 Nights:

1. Do not let your ‘performance’ until now affect your last 10 days. The moment of forgiveness could be today or anytime in the coming days! It is not all lost! If you sincerely wish it could have been better - Chin up and get ready to make it your best yet! Start with a positive, sincere intention!

2. Today, take a little time to read the Tafseer of Surah al-Qadr to understand what actually happens this night! You will feel its power & greatness so much more!

3. Do not wait for the 27th Night to give it your “all”. The entire last 10 days should be your target. Stay up each night! Would you want to miss Laylatul Qadr even “by chance”?

4. Do not fall into any innovations/celebrations any masjid or culture might try to promote. Follow the Sunnah! The Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) guided us simply: “Whoever stays up and prays on Laylat al-Qadr out of faith and in the hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven.”

5. Memorize and keep asking the dua’ taught by Rasulullah (sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam): Allaahumma innaka ‘afuwwun tuhibb al-‘afwa fa’affu ‘anni (O Allaah, You are forgiving and You love forgiveness, so forgive me).

6. Prepare a short dua’ list. Remember this is as awesome as it ever gets for a servant of Allah! The Night of Qadr, of Destiny! Consciously pick each and everything you crucially wish for in this dunya, in your deen, family, and in your aakhirah! Don’t forget to include the brothers and sisters around the world who are suffering and in grief!

7. Take brief naps during the day, if possible. Keep your stomach light and sleep as soon as you have prayed ‘isha. Do not delay! After a brief nap, refresh yourself and get. ready for worship.

8. Don’t neglect your family! Rasulullah made it a point to wake up his wives throughout these nights! And yes, your children are not too young to stay up some part of the night - if they can be allowed to play video games or watch TV, they can be inspired to be up atleast for sometime! Prepare them, make them excited, plan some activities for them to do!

9. Look the Part: The way we dress and prepare.has a big effect on our psychology. Wear your best, perfume yourself, and feel the energy!

10. Choose a spot, whether in the Masjid or in your home, where you can have peace and solitude. Keep your mushaf, praying mat, and water at hand so that you are not distracted by constantly getting up for this or that.

11. IMP: This is not the night to tweet pics or update FB statuses about how amazing the night is and how you are feeling & worshipping Allah! Let that be a secret between you & your Rabb! So switch off those phones, wifi, laptops and computers. Disconnect with the world, and connect with al-‘Afuww!

12. If you find yourself feeling sleepy, vary your acts of worship. Alternate between qiyaam, heartfelt dua’a, reading the Qur’an. Do not spend the night listening to lectures or recitations. Or do it only for a short while when you feel the sleep coming on!

13. Patience is the Key: The last 10 days might be tiring. You might still have work or school. This is the time to bear all that hardship, and keep firm sabr. Think how Allah has blessed you with this tremendous opportunity that might NEVER come again in your life again. If you knew for sure that this was your last Ramadan , if you knew certainly that Jannah was up for grabs, wouldn’t you sprint for it no matter what it takes?

14. This is most important: Keep husn adh-dhann bi Allah (good expectations from Allah). When you ask, remember you are asking the Most Generous King. If you hope for the best, He will give you the best. Don’t hold back. Trust in Him, pour out your heart in front of Him, and let no doubt, no barrier, no evil thoughts keep you away from ar-
Rahman, ar-Raheem!

Allahumma balighna laylatal qadr.


Shaykh Tawfique Choudhury (via muslimahrella)

Beautiful reminders. JazakAllah Khair:)

Needed to see this.

(via sunkissed-after-fajr)