stay away from people who make you feel like you are hard to love

This is the most important thing I have ever read.

posted 14 hours ago via monapon with 3 notes


To anyone and everyone who decides that protests and demonstrations are fruitful in the eyes of Islam.

posted 19 hours ago with 1 note

dawud-alamreeki replied to your post: And ultimately,  Muslims tend to …


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people need to realize that there are days when you’re not in the mood to talk or interact with anyone.

posted 1 day ago with 5 notes

And ultimately,  Muslims tend to get dragged  into tumblr SJ too and end up just forgetting all about Islamic manners and ettiqute in dealing with people.

posted 1 day ago with 5 notes

cemetery-sleep replied to your post: The way some women refer to men on her…

well all men are scum, don’t you know? *eyes roll into the back of my skull*

Like no doubt men do problematic things, and they should be made aware of these problematic things, but it’s comments like “men should just die” “men are scum” “male tearz loool” that just make me think, wow you actually had a serious topic going for you that could have been beneficial for people to actually pay attention to but now you’ve gone and poisoned it with your attitude.

Like I don’t get the arguement of “oh well if they aren’t like those men then their feelings won’t get hurt” because I’m sorry if someone made a statement like “women should just die” and then said “why are you making this all about you there’s a bigger issue here” I’d still be pretty unhappy about that.

I kind of don’t see how that attitude helps anyone at all. It’s not furthering a cause, it’s not making anyone listen.

posted 1 day ago with 5 notes

khizaaan replied to your post: The way some women refer to men on her…

I think it’s more about how the advice is given and how often they do it. maybe.

But I mean sometimes all a man has to do is mention the word Hijab and all hell breaks loose.

I’ve even had abuse thrown my way when I’ve talked about correct Hijab (as a Muslimah). People just don’t want to hear it. And if they can use gender against someone to ignore advice they don’t want to hear, then they will.

posted 1 day ago with 8 notes

The way some women refer to men on here when they give advice, it truly makes me wonder how they’d react if the Prophet sal allahu alehi wa salam was among us today and trying to advise the sisters on their hijab, what kind of reception he might recieve. Especially if they did not know who he was while this advice was taking place.