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I was reading Surah Al Raad, and this specific ayah really got to me for some reason, I got very emotional…it is referring to what the Angels are going to say to the people entering Jannah…
يــــارب اجعلنا من أهل الجنة أجمعين…أمين
In answer to Kafranbel’s condolences, the people of Boston write a message in solidarity with them and their struggle.
“Boston, bombings represent a sorrowful scene of what happens everyday in Syria. Do accept our condolences.” 19/04/2013
“Friends of Syria, we too hope for the safety of your families and for peace.” 20/04/2013
yes, we need a lot more compassion in this world!
I’m crying this makes me so happy
My dad’s Malaysian, mum’s Hong Kong. They met in Singapore. He worked in Hong Kong for a while, but they never met except for this one time where my mum’s friend said he saw my dad in Hong Kong once, in this halal restaurant in a table across the room. But my mama didn’t see him, her friend did. Can you imagine they very nearly crossed paths but God fated that they really finally meet in an entirely different country? The math does seem impossible. But Allah works in unimaginable ways subhanAllah. You do that math.
It’s these moments when silence overwhelms the space and time stops.When a father hugs his son, time stops out of shame before a father’s wound.Silenced world, looking„ and a father asking: “What is my son’s fault?”
Aleppo – Al Sha’ar neighborhood,
A FATHER HUGS HIS MARTYRED SON
May Allah open the gates of Jannah for this little boy and his family.
Card from a homeless man. He loved this card so much, that after he received money for the original design he drew on the other side, he said he’s going to go buy some more of the exact same card. After rereading it a few times, i understand why.