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  • islamicgirl:

    • Stay on Al-haqq always •




    fine-feline:

    lukewarmeyes:

    Is there any reward for good other than good?”

    all ayah’s of the Qur’an are beautiful, but I don’t know why this speaks to me the most.




    http://asifeq.tumblr.com/post/83199887411/in-the-footsteps-of-the-sahaabah-ibn-al-qayyim

    in-the-footsteps-of-the-sahaabah:

    Ibn al-Qayyim said:

    “Whoever seeks `Ilm to revive Islaam* with it, then he is among the Siddiqeen, his status is second only to that of the status of Prophethood.”

    [Miftaah Daar al-Sa`aadah (1/121)]

    *** Islaam – As revealed by Allaah تعالى, as…



    vvaarom:

    hijabihana:

    fiseebilillah:

    halalbacon:

    This is the selfie of the century. 

    the best selfie ever

    Better than the selfie at the Oscars tbh

    the noor on their faces aaahh




    wujifighter:

    A light sparring session between tournament experienced Wing Chun practitioners from Hong Kong, and traditionally trained Xing Yi Quan students from a small town. (source video)




    itmeansnoworryss:

    pleatedjeans:

    The 24 Happiest Inanimate Objects on the Planet

    The last one though!!




    umm-isa:

    Bakr al Muzani said, “If you want your prayer to be of benefit to you, say to yourself, ‘I might not have a chance to perform another prayer.”

    [Jami` al `Ulum wal Hikam, p 466.]



    Realest Shit Ever




    abdurrahmanorg:

    Bismika Allahumma amutu wa ahya




    How did ‘astaghfirullah’, which is supposed to be an admission of ones own guilt, become a phrase of condemning the other?


    —Omar Suleiman (via to-salsabeel)



    asifeq:

    “The Prophet (Salla’Allaahu Alayhi wa Salam) established a relationship between the fear of Allah and good character.

    Because fearing Allah improves the relation between the servant and Allah, and good character improves the relation between a person and others. 

    Therefore, fearing Allah makes it possible for Allah to love him, and good manners makes it possible for people to love that person.”

    Ibn al Qayyim 



    dawat-us-salafiyyah:

    An American Muslim who used to listen to Music and said it used to comfort him asks: Why has Islam forbidden music?

    Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymeen – Allah have mercy on him:

    Islam has forbidden music because it captivates the heart and distracts it from remembering Allah. Man was created only to worship and obey Allah ʿazza wa jall. So if his heart becomes attached to these instruments, i.e. music, this prevents him from remembering Allah ʿazza wa jall. That is why you find those who become occupied [by music], you can find one of them walking moving his hands as if he is playing music, yes? Because his heart has been occupied with it. Islam wants its followers to always be looking to Allah ʿazza wa jall (remembering Him and concentrating on Him).

    Source




    thebakistani:

    I love Madina :”)







    tasnimsmentalroadtrip:

    Guys, I wouldn’t usually ask, but I feel like I’m out of options right now. I’m currently at risk of having liver failure which could result in either a liver transplant, or at worst, death. Please make dua that I recover, simply to put my parents out of their misery. Their worry is painful to see. Thank you.