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aburayyaan:

Most of the Ummah think this is only for Ramadhaan. It’s such an important issue of ibadah (worship) that it will tell you if you love Allaah and if Allaah loves you. It is the matter of Qiyam and Tahajjud also Taraweeh in Ramadhaan. It is the practice of the righteous people. Night prayer is the…

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“None of you should belittle himself”

  • The Prophet (Sallallähu alaihi wa sallam) said: “None of you should belittle himself”.
  • The Sahabah asked: “O Rasulallah! How can anyone of us belittle himself?”
  • He said: “He, who sees a matter concerning Allah about which he should say something, but he does not speak — Allah, the Almighty and Majestic, will ask him on the Day of Resurrection: ‘What prevented you from saying anything about such and such?’
  • He would say: ‘Out of fear of people’.
  • Then Allah will say: ‘Rather it is I whom you should have feared more’”. (Ibne-Majah)
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oceanicsteam:

It’s world hijab day, so, the only appropriate thing to do is post and never stop posting this gif. As we all know, any women who chooses her own form of modesty for religious or personal reasons is obviously oppressed and in need of liberation. Wanting to try to mitigate being seen as just a body of sex? Obviously oppression.
To go along with this, an article from the Seattle Times that had really good timing coming out the other day, on how women of numerous demographics in the local community are taking up the ancient art of coveringhttp://seattletimes.com/html/picturethis/2018987606_womensheadcoverings.html

oceanicsteam:

It’s world hijab day, so, the only appropriate thing to do is post and never stop posting this gif. As we all know, any women who chooses her own form of modesty for religious or personal reasons is obviously oppressed and in need of liberation. Wanting to try to mitigate being seen as just a body of sex? Obviously oppression.

To go along with this, an article from the Seattle Times that had really good timing coming out the other day, on how women of numerous demographics in the local community are taking up the ancient art of covering
http://seattletimes.com/html/picturethis/2018987606_womensheadcoverings.html