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umalbaneenhuseini:

mohsinqdimensions:

Ashura in Iran - 2013

With eulogy on Hazrat Abbas [a] 

Not long to go😔

"Allah has forbidden you from tyranny and injustice, and even if there had not been any fear of punishment for these inequities, the mere reward of being just, kind, and human would have been such that there could not have been any excuse for not trying to achieve it."

- Imam Ali (a), Nahj al-Balagha (via yaseeneducation)

(via findingpeacewithin)

khatmal:

"The person most troubled after the death of Rasoolallah (saw) was Fatima (sa). With her mother already deceased, the Prophet took on the role of both mother and father. What kind of a father? The king of religion and the world. The loss of such a father, the depriving of khilafat from Ali (as), the claim to her inherited land of Fadak and the loss of the case - she died while suffocated with sorrows."
Nazir Ahmad Dehlvi, the first Urdu novelist, and a Sunni Muslim. 
tastefullyoffensive:

"Lift me, human!"

witchsistah:

princess-passion-flower:

paulamaf2013:

gohoneycocolove:

What Really Happened in the Congo: Belgium’s ‘Heart of Darkness’

Leopold famously said when he was forced to hand over the Congo Free State to the Belgian nation: “I will give them my Congo but they have no right to know what I have done there,” and proceeded to burn archives.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/belgium-confronts-its-heart-of-darkness-6151923.html

Did y’all know about this?

It’s good to know even though it’s extremely horrible to read/see….And people wonder why the African continent is so behind….

I just cant believe we dont fucking learn about this

I can. The purpose of Western education is to advance the cause of White supremacy as normal and just.

(via doyayoda)

sarajevomoja:

Everyday in which you do not disobey Allah is a day of Eid. — Imam Ali (as)
salam-ya-hussain:

"The carrier of my flag in this life and the Hereafter is Ali."
-Prophet Muhammad (saw)

thejourneyofkarbala:

The stupidity is real when you see FSA flags at Palestine protests.

lion-of-babylon:

: The holly city of Najaf at night
مدينة النجف الأشرف
3ayb:

A man cries over the remains of a relative he found at a mass grave that contained the remains of up to 3,000 people believed to have been killed during the 1991 Shia revolt against Saddam Hussein’s regime in Mahawil, Iraq, on May 14, 2003. (Tyler Hicks/The New York Times) #
19-9x:

cockpitviews:

New York.


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lionheartedwarrior:

Ah nice wood and leaves…SHIT THEYRE NOT LEAVES WTF

Anonymous asked: can you explain why is eid on tuesday if the moon was seen all over the globe

khatmal:

The moon was not seen all over the globe. Here is a website with charts of moon visibility on Sunday and Monday along with a list of countries and organizations who have declared Eid to be either on Monday or Tuesday. Most of the countries celebrating on Monday have said they are following moon sighting reports from Saudi and South Africa, all the reports for Tuesday are of those celebrating Eid based on the lack of a local sighting of the moon, hence Eid falling on Tuesday for them.

For many people, the sighting of the moon in one part of the world does not apply to other parts of the world. 

"May I enter, O my master? May I enter, O intimate servant of Allah? May I enter, O Allah’s angels who surround this sanctuary and reside in this shrine?"

- Ziyaraat of Imam Hussain on Eidul Fitr (via sange-saboor)

Electronic Resistance | Fleeing Iraqi Christians find safe haven at the Shrine of Imam Ali

zezeinwonderland:

After the “Islamic State” (IS) issued a threat that all Christians in Mosul must convert, die, or flee, most chose the final option and escaped IS held territory. Heading towards the southern region of Iraq, which is believed to be relatively safe, the Christian community was met with offers of safe haven in the cities of Najaf and Karbala, which house some of the holiest shrines of Shia Islam.

(via thejourneyofkarbala)