Real Life Muslim Girl

angrymuslimah:

Muslim parents who don’t let their daughters go to college or get an education— imagine if everyone thought that way, how could we go to the doctor if there weren’t any females to do our checkups?

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harambarbie:

Dhikr :)

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safiyahhh:

same shoes different day…..

safiyahhh:

same shoes different day…..

(via beautyofhijabs)

lucknowkishehzaadi:

It doesn’t even feel right thinking about celebrating Eid next week with the state of the dunya like this.

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sarajevomoja:

This ad is all kinds of awesome.  

standwithpalestine:

(Photos: Ibraheem Abu Mustafa / Reuters, July 25, 2014)

(Source: standwithpalestine, via sarajevomoja)

that-hijabi:

Stripes at http://www.thathijabi.com <3 
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that-hijabi:

Stripes at http://www.thathijabi.com <3 

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Smartphone App Helps Non-Arabic Speaking Muslims Read the Koran

emikamika:

Mosque

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say-sumfin:

honestly saying alhumdulillah a thousand times would not be enough :((

say-sumfin:

honestly saying alhumdulillah a thousand times would not be enough :((

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muslimwomenwearclothestoo:

☪fashion☪

allah-made-me-tiny:

Never ever underestimate the power of duaa. I wanted something this Ramadan that was so close to a miracle. At first I was hesitant to ask because it felt silly to ask something so farfetched, but I did anyway. After a while I started to change the duaa to “Oh Allah please make this happen only if its going to bring me closer to you, if not then dont show me this miracle. All I want is to be closer to you.” And SubhanAllah here I am, miracle granted. I’m in shock but at the same time I know He has the power to do anything and everything. I got my Ramadan miracle and I’ve never felt so grateful to Him in my life. I just wanted to share how happy I am with you and make sure you all know that there is never something you cant ask Allah for.

“The Qurān says, ‘speak good to people’ - it doesn’t say ‘speak good only to Muslims’.”

—   Habib Ali al-Jifri (via heartheraindrops-fall)

(Source: heartheraindrops--fall, via themonsooonchild)

gordo10bx:

nassratarrah:

Wish I could write arabic like this


Al-Qur’an 28:70

gordo10bx:

nassratarrah:

Wish I could write arabic like this

Al-Qur’an 28:70

(Source: granada11)