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Wednesday, July 30, 2014


"While most of us are busy buying new clothes, giving gifts to each other, and enjoying the warmth of a beautiful Eid morning;
Our brothers and sisters suffer from the hands of the oppressors, they are gifted of continuous bombings & missiles attacks. They gather not for a beautiful warm Eid morning but for a gloomy janazah prayer for their loved ones.

One by one they are being killed, like they are preys imprisoned in a cell and the predators are enjoying playing with their lives.
There is so much horror in Gaza right now, please as you make your dua today please let us repent to Allāh & ask for His Help for none can help us but Allāh.
If you choose to stay neutral in this siege on Palestine when the truth is so evident, then know that you are by default on the side of the oppressor. Woe unto you and the likes of you!
Indeed, Allāh will help those who help him. (Qur’ān 22:40)”
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Friday, July 18, 2014

Dr. Mads Gilbert

Dr. Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor, Who has been treating hundreds of victims wounded in Israel’s ongoing assault, including young children. Dr. Gilbert says hospitals are operating without electricity, water and proper medical supplies, but adds: “As a medical doctor, my appeal is don’t send bandages, don’t send syringes, don’t send medical teams. The most important medical thing you can do now is to force Israel to stop the bombing and lift the siege of Gaza.” Gilbert recently recently submitted a report to the United Nations on the state of the Gaza health sector in 2014. “Where is the decency in the U.S. government allowing Israel this impunity to punish the whole civilian population in Gaza?”
Dr. Mads Gilbert

so far, close to 170 Palestinians have been killed, among them 36 children and 24 women. And among the 1,232 injured, there are 346 children and 256 women. So, 50 percent of the injured are women and children. Now, this tells you that these attacks are not targeting the militarists in Palestine, in Gaza. These attacks are targeting the whole population in order to intimidate them and to force them to give up their resistance. I’ve been to Gaza through the last 17 years, and every time it is the same story. Israelis are accusing the Palestinians of attacking them; they have to defend themselves, they claim. Actually, the truth is the exact opposite. Israel is the attacker, the occupant. Internationally, they are responsible, according to the law, for the security and the well-being of the occupied population, whereas in fact Israel is doing their utmost to kill them and to make their life as miserable as possible through these seven years of siege.
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Why are we allowing the Israeli government win ?

I am a 24 year old Australian woman… My family are Palestinian Christians living in Israel. It’s truly terrifying that media only shows you the perspective they want you to see. We are being conditioned to accept what we see and read in media is truth. It’s what the government wants us to believe. There are children dying

If only we knew !!!
Israeli government , palestun , palestinian Every day in Palestine, they are being arrested like criminals for defending what little land they have left. Being shot in the head for throwing rocks. We need to question how and why this is happening ? How are we letting this happen? Why are we allowing the Israeli government win ? Have we not learn any thing ?
All I ask of you is to open your mind and educate yourselves !!!
Please watch at least these two videos !!
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Thursday, June 19, 2014

35 Ways to Respect your Parents

  • 1. Put away your phone in their presence
  • 2. Pay attention to what they are saying
  • 3. Accept their opinions
  • 4. Engage in their conversations
  • 5. Look at them with respect
  • 6. Always praise them
  • 7. Share good new with them
  • 8. Avoid sharing bad news with them
  • 9. Speak well of their friends and loved ones to them.
  • 10. Keep in remembrance the good things they did.
  • 11. If they repeat a story, listen like it's the first time they tell it.
  • 12. Don't bring up painful memories from the past
  • 13. Avoid side conversations in their presence. 
  • 14. Sit respectfully around them
  • 15. Don't belittle/criticize their opinions and thoughts
  • 16. Avoid cutting them off when they speak
  • 17. Respect their age
  • 18. Avoid hitting/disciplining their grandchildren around them
  • 19. Accept their advice and direction
  • 20. Give them the power of leadership when they are present
  • 21. Avoid raising your voice at them
  • 22. Avoid walking in front or ahead of them
  • 23. Avoid eating before them
  • 24. Avoid glaring at them
  • 25. Fill them with pride even when they don't think they deserve it.
  • 26. Avoid putting your feet up in front of them or sitting with your back to them
  • 27. Don't speak ill of them to the point where others speak ill of them too
  • 28. Keep them in your prayers whenever possible
  • 29. Avoid seeming bored or tired of them in their presence
  • 30. Avoid laughing at their faults/mistakes
  • 31. Do a task before they ask you to
  • 32. Continuously visit them
  • 33. Choose your words carefully when speaking with them
  • 34. Call them by names they like
  • 35. Make them your priority above anything
  • Parents are treasure on this land and sooner than you think, that treasure will be buried. Appreciate your parents while you still can.
  • "Rabbir Hamhuma Kama Rabbayanee Sagheera".
  • "My Lord! Bestow on them YOUR Mercy as they did bring me up when I was young."
  • [Al-Qur'an, Surah:Al-Isra; Ayat: 24]
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Five Wisdoms

Five Wisdoms
1) If you are right then there is no need to get angry, and if you are wrong then you don’t have any right to get angry.
2) Patience with family is love Patience with others is respect Patience with self is confidence.
3) Never think hard about the past. It may bring sorrow. Don’t think more about the future. It may bring fears. Live this moment with a smile. Trust in Allah.
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4) Every test in our lives makes us bitter or better. Every problem comes to make us or break us However, the choice is ours, whether we become victims or victorious.
5) Search for a beautiful heart and not a beautiful face. Beautiful things are not always good, but good things are always beautiful. Love each other for the sake of Allah.
May Allah grant us the ability to be the best Muslims we can possibly be. In sha’Allah.
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Ten Things We Waste.

Ten Things We Waste.
1. Knowledge: Wasted when not taking action with it.
2. Actions: Wasted when we do anything without sincerity. Intentions count.
3. Wealth: Wasted when used on things that will not bring us Ãjr (reward). We waste our money, our status, our authority, on things that have no benefit in this life or in Ãkhirah (The Hereafter).
4. Hearts: Wasted when empty from the love of Allah, and the longing for Him, and devoid of peace & contentment.
5. Bodies: Wasted when we don’t use them in ibÃdah (worship)
Ten Things We Waste.
and service of Allah in serving humankind.
6. Love: Wasted when our emotional love is misdirected, not towards Allah, but towards something/someone else.
7. Time : Wasted when not used properly, by not doing what is righteous.
8. Intellect : Wasted on things that are detrimental to society and the individual, not in contemplation or reflection.
9. Service: Wasted when in service of someone who will not bring us closer to Allah.
10. Dhikr: Wasted when it does not have an effect on our hearts.
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Thursday, May 15, 2014

How to pray salat al-Istikharah ?

When you wish to pray Salat al-Istikharah, you first pray two Rak’ats. These must be optional or sunnah prayers, so not the 5 daily obligatory prayers.
After praying these two optional Rak’ats, you perform the following Du’a:
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(Sorry I could not copy paste the Arabic, Tumblr mixed everything up somehow)
Allaahumma ‘innee ‘astakheeruka bi’ilmika, wa ‘astaqdiruka biqudratika, wa ‘as’aluka min fadhlikal-‘Adheemi, fa’innaka taqdiru wa laa ‘aqdiru, wa ta’lamu, wa laa ‘a’lamu, wa ‘Anta ‘Allaamul-Ghuyoobi, Allaahumma ‘in kunta ta’lamu ‘anna haathal-‘amra-[then mention the thing to be decided] Khayrun lee fee deenee wa ma’aashee wa ‘aaqibati ‘amree - [or say] ‘Aajilihi wa ‘aajilihi - Faqdurhu lee wa yassirhu lee thumma baarik lee feehi, wa ‘in kunta ta’lamu ‘anna haathal-‘amra sharrun lee fee deenee wa ma’aashee wa ‘aaqibati ‘amree - [or say] ‘Aajilihi wa ‘aajilihi - Fasrifhu ‘annee wasrifnee ‘anhu waqdur liyal-khayra haythu kaana thumma ‘ardhinee bihi
O Allah, I seek the counsel of Your Knowledge, and I seek the help of Your Omnipotence, and I beseech You for Your Magnificent Grace. Surely, You are Capable and I am not. You know and I know not, and You are the Knower of the unseen. O Allah, if You know that this matter [then mention the thing to be decided] is good for me in my religion and in my life and for my welfare in the life to come, - [or say: in this life and the afterlife] - then ordain it for me and make it easy for me, then bless me in it. And if You know that this matter is bad for me in my religion and in my life and for my welfare in the life to come, - [or say: in this life and the afterlife] - then distance it from me, and distance me from it, and ordain for me what is good wherever it may be, and help me to be content with it.
Also, after or before performing this prayer, there is nothing wrong with asking for advice from your fellow believers. For Allah says:
"And consult them in the affair. Then when you have taken a decision, put your trust in Allah." [3:159]
Furthermore, Salat al-Istikhara can be performed multiple times and to the best of my knowledge there is no limit for performing Salat al-Istikhara. Sometimes a person receives an immediate answer, other times it may take some time.
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