18 today al7amdolellah! Now I'm legally an adult...
Anonymous asked: i was born in Islam. But i guess, u are really really like a real muslimah than me. i was so ashamed.
Anonymous asked: How old are you , actually?
So think about that stuff when you diss her, that’s somebody’s daughter,...– Lowkey (via remorsecode)
InshAllah this time next week I'll be an "adult"
It’s strange to think that this is the last week of my so-called childhood, inshAllah I hope it doesn’t end in a bad way.
My mum just got home from work, I’ve been in my room since I got home from college earlier today and I didn’t hear her come in. I heard a shout of “hello?” so went out into the hall to go and say hi when I was greeted by a mouthful. I apparently had left my boots in the way of the front door, that was the first problem, the second being the fact that I hadn’t turned...
Anonymous asked: What are you most grateful for?
Anonymous asked: as'salamualaikum respected sister in deen, your journey to Islam touch me and i had tears in my eyes as i read them, masya Allah. my dua for you may Allah SWT keep your heart strong upon Islam and make thing easier for you, ameen... - love you for the sake of Allah..
يارب احفظ مصر ♥
Mixed up in the Middle East
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b017ct6c/Mixed_up_in_the_Middle_East/ “As the daughter of an Arab Muslim father and Jewish mother, Reya El-Salahi travels to the heart of Israel to understand the reality of living with the conflict in the Middle East. She faces the dangers and contradictions of everyday life there for young people as she tries to discover if there is anywhere in Israel...
“And most of mankind will not believe even if you desire it eagerly. And...– The Koran 12:103-108
I "came out" as a Muslim to my French class today
We’ve been studying immigration recently and although we have touched upon the burka ban today we had a class debate about it. It became apparent to the class that this was something I am passionate about, I came back to a lot of the points made by those “for” the ban. Then, one girl, the other side of the classroom from me made a point along the lines of “They come to...
I find this fascinating...
… less than 100 years ago women here, in the UK, wore clothes that very much resemble what we would consider to be an abaya today. Just look at these photos: It’s only been in the last 50 or so years that things have changed so much in our society, there was no such thing as a miniskirt back then! This subject is interesting for me because of the amount of things that have changed...
Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to...– Muhammad Ali (via onfireforgod)
Finché c’è vita c’è speranza– (As long as there is life, there is hope)
landielong asked: As salaamu alaikum, sister! Masha'Allah your conversion story was beautiful. I, too, have converted earlier this year (July - a month after you) and Alhamdullilah, it was one of the most challenging but liberating choices of my life. Many blessings and peace to you on your journey (:
If the Virgin Mary appears wearing veil on all her pictures how can you ask me...– Roberto Maroni Italian Minister (via amirhussien)
'My Daughter deserved to die for falling in love' →
blessingsincompany: queensammy: So this is what happens if you’re female and from an Islamic family? This is sickening. I’ll bet a million bucks if she was male, he wouldn’t have been touched. The anti-female stance that Islam (at least extremist Islam) has is obsolete and ridiculous. No, that is not what happens when you’re a female from an ”Islamic” (I’m sure you meant Muslim) family....
I had a wonderful dream last night al7amdolellah, I dreamt that I went to Mecca with a friend and my parents, all of whom are non-Muslim. In my dream my friend was Muslim, we had hijab on and my dad, although a non-Muslim, drove me and her to Masjid AlHaram, I felt the awe of seeing the Kaba for the first time. Later on I was there with my mum. We were only there for the day and then flew home...
OMG this is the funniest thing I have ever heard.
mohamed-ashraf: “I can’t stand him. He’s a liar,” Sarkozy said of Netanyahu. Obama replied, “You’re tired of him; what about me? I have to deal with him every day,” :D:D
Hajj: journey to the heart of Islam →
I would really like to go and see this exhibition when it opens at the British Museum inshAllah. Click the link above ^ if you would like to know more :)
for a day that has been filled with happiness and smiles :) <3
The moment when you accidently reply to your dad...
We're about to have a debate about the burka ban...
…this could be interesting seeing as most of my classmates seem to be for it!
AHSAN AHMED: Women & Islam: The rise and rise of... →
ahsan-ahmed: Record numbers of young, white British women are converting to Islam, yet many are reporting a lack of help as they get used to their new religion, according to several surveys. As Muslims celebrate the start of the religious holiday of Eid today and hundreds of thousands from around the…
My first Eid Ul-Adha :)
What is Eid like when you’re the only Muslim in the family? Well yesterday was my first Eid Ul-Adha and I actually had a really good day! I spent the day at home as I wasn’t able to go to another city to attend the prayer. Things didn’t get off to the best of starts, decided to make pancakes for breakfast but who knew they could be so complex; the first two got stuck to the pan. I had a little...
Another video from the display last night because it has one of my favourite fireworks, the one right at the end of the video, I have no idea how they make them to go certain shapes and change colours, subhanAllah!
The firework celebrations in my village for bonfire night :) the flickering orange is the bonfire next to where the fireworks were being lit, me and my sister watched from a field nearby to get a better, free view lol, excuse the clicking of her phone camera and the “woah” commentry :P
Anonymous asked: have a lovely day (:
Anonymous asked: Eid mubarak sister :)
masyie asked: Eid Mubarak too ukhti <3
Eid Mubarak everybody :)
Hope you all have a great day, this is my first Eid Ul-Adha!
Remember remember the fifth of November
gunpowder treason and plot, I see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot!
الآء: You don’t understand how blessed you are to... →
nonchalante: You don’t understand how blessed you are to be born in a Muslim household. For everyone in your family to know what Eid is & how to celebrate it. There are millions of converts who live in nonMuslim households, who have families they can’t give Salaams to, families they can’t celebrate with, &…
Seems like I feel lonelier in a crowd of...