NYC launches campaign to fight anti-Muslim violence.

On Monday, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio’s Commission on Human Rights launched an expansive social media campaign aimed at stopping instances of Islamophobia. The campaign consists of five banner ads featuring Muslim New Yorkers.

Cumulatively, the ads seek to remind New Yorkers that religious-based harassment and discrimination is illegal in the city. As well as the fact that, “Muslims are hardworking New Yorkers … They are our police, our teachers, our small business owners and our neighbors and they deserve the same respect as everyone else.”

The digital campaign will be paired with a promising series of real-world events as well.

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Tremendous Reward For Those Who Love One Another For The Sake of Allaah; Meet Each Other and Depart From Each Other For the Sake of Allaah.

Abu Hurairah (radiyallaahu-anhu) narrated that the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) said:

“There are seven whom Allaah will shade with His shade on the day when there will be no shade except His: a just ruler; a young man who grows up in the worship of Allaah; a man whose heart is attached to the masjid; two men who love one another for the sake of Allaah and meet and depart based on that; a man who is called by a woman of status and beauty, so he says, ‘’I fear Allaah’’; a man who gives in charity and hides it to the extent that his left hand does not know what his right hand gives; and a man who remembers Allaah when he is alone, and his eyes fill up (with tears).” [Ref 1]

Imaam An-Nawawi (rahimahullaah) stated regarding the statement of the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam): ‘’Two men who love one another for the sake of Allaah and meet and depart based on that’’; its meaning is that they meet based on love of Allaah and depart based on love of Allaah. The reason for their meeting was based on love of Allaah and continued upon that until they departed. They are truthful in their love for one another for the sake of Allaah (The Most High), whilst meeting together and departing (from one another). This hadeeth urges one towards loving for the sake of Allaah and a clarification of its great virtue because loving and hating for the sake of Allaah is from Eemaan. [Ref 2]

[Source: Ref 1 (Sahih Muslim Hadeeth Number 1031) & Ref 2: Saheeh Muslim Bi-Sharh An-Nawawi- Abridged & slightly paraphrased-; Page 107; Kitaab Az-Zakaat (Book of Zakat); Vol 7-8; Publisher: Daarul Kutub Al-Ilmiyyah 1st Edition 1421AH (Year 200)]

إليك رسالتي يا صديقي في القدس ~ لطالما أحببت الزقاق العتيق الذي جمعنا ~ لكن.. لم أتوقع يوما أننا سنفترق للأبد عند نفس الزقاق ~ لكنني أتوقع أن زقاق عتيقا أخر في #القدس سيجمعنا ~ يا صديقي لا مفر منك ~ أوجد الله القدس لتجمع العالمين لا لتفرقهم ~ أنا وأنت فقط قررنا أن نفترق ~ كن متأكدا أنها ستجمعنا رغما عنا ~ أتعلم ! .. أنا وجدت نفسي في هذا الصباح جالس أنتظرك عند الزقاق الأول في حارتنا ~ فلا تتأخر ~ ❤ .

بعدستي : طفلين يتبادلان الحديث في زقاق عقبة الشيخ ريحان في #البلدة_القديمة في القدس .

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Tips to win your wife’s heart

Watch your wife’s beauty secretly.

Whenever you have the opportunity, offer her a flower or a bouquet of flowers with a smile.

Rather than trying to satisfy her too much, feel and say that you are satisfied with her. Your own satisfaction will satisfy her.

On coming back home every time, give her a hug and a kiss on the forehead.

Tell her that she looked really nice when she was asleep last night.

Feel that you have never seen anybody like her and let her know it.

Don’t look for her body. That’s already yours. Rather look for her mind. She’s looking for opportunities to offer it to you.

Sometimes act like a child and let her teach you something. She can teach you some things that nobody else can.

Look her into the eyes and smile! <3


  • is a tangible reminder of my spiritual relationship with God
  • Privatizes my sexuality
  • Liberates me from societal expectations about appearance
  • Empowers me to achieve my goals
  • Reminds me to represent Muslims well by doing good
  • Allows me to develop my sense of self without societies opinion
  • Encourages me to have humility in my character