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"Whenever others are happy due to their success or a joyous occasion, then for us to congratulate them accordingly & be truly happy for them with no jealousy or envy, makes us true believers. Also, being saddened by the loss or suffering of others, sympathising with them, offering them help and praying for them is our duty. In this way we will be building a healthy & exemplary community."
Mufti Ismail Menk (via islamicgirl)
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"Imagine going to sleep without praying and then waking up in your grave"
Anonymous. 
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"The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them."
Thomas Merton  (via islamicgirl)
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"Stay faithful or Stay single."
Husband Advice (via husbandadvice)

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"A man who loves you, is a man who would wake you up for fajr so he doesn’t loose you to the shaytaan."
Husband Advice (via husbandadvice)
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"An Ideal Wife is someone who wakes you up for Tahajjud and Fajr, not the one who wakes you up for a romantic morning coffee."
Syedshafiullah (via husbandadvice)
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Marriage Tip #65.
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wethemuslims:

Sudanese pilgrim regains eyesight in Prophet’s Mosque

Hamza Mohammed
Okaz/Saudi Gazette
MADINAH — “Allahu Akbar (God is great) … I can see,” a Sudanese female pilgrim started yelling inside the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah. When the congregate surrounded her she told them amidst tears of joy that she has suddenly regained her eyesight which she had lost more than seven years ago.

Fatima Al-Mahi, who is in her late 60s, said she became blind about seven years ago and added that numerous operations had all failed to in helping her regain her eyesight. She did not say how she became blind but was extremely thankful to Allah for making her see again.

"I made sincere supplications inside the Prophet’s Mosque asking Allah to bless me with my eyesight. In a miraculous moment of providence I started to see light. I turned left and right and could see the mosque very clearly. I went delirious with happiness when I saw my son who was accompanying me," she said.

Fatima said she saw her face for the first time in more than seven years. “I also saw my son who started crying with joy. I saw the other Sudanese pilgrims in our group. I was able to move alone without any help,” she said.

She said that although she lived in complete darkness, she never lost hope that Allah would give her back her eyesight. She said she never stopped praying to Allah to give her back her eyesight.
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Great Dua for Students!
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"That one thing you have been waiting to change so that you can finally start living the way Allah wants, perhaps you think its marriage, a new job, shifting to another place, better health etc. - its none of these things. That one thing is YOU and your resolve to do whatever it takes. It is you and your motivation. External environment is ever changing. Let it be a new you these blessed 10 days!"
Tawfique Chowdhury (via islamicgirl)
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We do not need anyone’s approval, we do not need to hear your opinion abut this. We’re not wearing this to please anyone, we’re not wearing this to be seen as unique, we’re not wearing this to be seen as pious but this is the way I want to be one. We cover to obey our god only.
Quran at Fajr by Nouhman Ali Khan @Quranweekly
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"How many death should we witness for us to believe it is true? How many reminders from the scholars should we have to receive for us to be convinced that it will happen to us too?"
Najmah Bint Nasr (via wethemuslims)
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