http://rosalean.tumblr.com/post/89914012416/we-blame-the-kuffar-for-all-the-problems-in-the
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oriental-sunrise:

This is so amazing. *.*
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oriental-sunrise:

This is so amazing. *.*
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khadiijah4islam:

Queen by my niqab ^_^
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karshanandrea:

#niqab #hijab This is my country and this is my #Islam.

In France after picking groceries in the supermarket, a Niqabi sister stood in the line to pay. After a few minutes, her turn came up at the checkout counter.

The checkout girl was a non-Hijaabi Arab Muslim girl, began to scan the items of the Niqabi sister one by one, and after a while looked at her with arrogance and said: ”We have many problems in this country & your Niqab is one of them!

We, Immigrants, are here for trade and not to show our Deen or history! If you want to practice your Deen and wear Niqaab then go back to your Arab country and do whatever you want!!”

The Niqaabi sister stopped putting her grocery in the bag and lifted up her Niqaab…

The checkout girl was in total shock. The Niqabi girl who was blonde with blue eyes told her: “I am a French girl, not an Arab immigrant. This is my country and THIS IS MY ISLAM.

You born Muslims sold your Deen and we bought it from you!”
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norabudy:

Classy is when a women has everything 

to flaunt but chooses no to show it.> ,<
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potassiumsulfate:

my sis again
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nahostwind:

We must get back to our insides again. Wearing niqab with the Shahada printed on or taking photos of how you hold up your finger symbolizing the Shahada are, in my opinion, totally unnecessary unless you personally feel like they bring you closer to Allah in some way. I see your point if you say it helps you identify as a Muslim, yet, think about who do you want to impress really with this manner? Fact is that only when we carry the Shahada in our heart, it will be reflected in our deeds positively. Holding the Shahada merely in our hands includes the possibility that we might lose it someday - may Allah save us. 
These selfies of Muslims holding up their forefingers seriously remind me of any other symbol people of certain groups form with their hands, reaching from the peace sign to the rock finger or even the Illuminati symbol, a’dhubillah! 
I feel like being Muslim has become more like an outer image, a fading trend rather than what it really means: a life-long and modest (and so many more adjectives I fail to list here) lifestyle. Does this way of behaviour really stand for modesty? Think.
Of course it is important to show that you are Muslim in public, but it’s about the HOW. Do we really need to brag about it like the Unbelievers brag about their haram stuff? Also, do we really need to provoke some of them on purpose in order to underline our Muslim identity? Our task is rather to call them to the truth by being role models and “showing them how to do it” instead of adopting their habits and imitating them.
May Allah forgive me if I said something incorrect, and may He lead us all to the straigth path. Allahumma ammeen, allahumma ameen, allahumma ameen.
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bint-aljamaal:

Okay?
No Nationalism No Racism, 
♥
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"Ya Allah, give me eyes that see the best in people, a heart that forgives the worst, a mind that forgets the bad, and a soul that never loses faith."
(via hijabi-charm)
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inshallah-khayr:

Reblog as much as possible before Ramadhaan begins guys!
inshallah-khayr:

Reblog as much as possible before Ramadhaan begins guys!
inshallah-khayr:

Reblog as much as possible before Ramadhaan begins guys!
inshallah-khayr:

Reblog as much as possible before Ramadhaan begins guys!
inshallah-khayr:

Reblog as much as possible before Ramadhaan begins guys!
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Say ‘SubhanAllah’ 10x and then reblog this, do not stop REBLOGGING it. Lets see how many people we will get to recite SubhanAllah.