al baqi

anonymous asked:

Could we talk about how Saudi Arabia destroys historical structures and areas that have been around for centuries because they think they go against Islam? Like so many cemeteries, shrines, buildings etc. have been razed to the ground in Mecca and Medina so they can build Las Vegas. Could you imagine the outrage if this occurred in Jerusalem or Rome?

It pains me so much to think about this for too long, and I can’t even believe it sometimes that so many historically relevant sites have been completely erased–these landmarks and sites hold religious value for Muslims everywhere, and so many of these places are considerably holy for Shia Muslims. 

Here is a list of SOME of the places that have been levelled/destroyed by the Saudi Arabian government on the basis that these sites were not ‘islamic’

1. The house where Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born in 571 CE

2. In 1989, the house of Hazrat Khadija, the Prophet’s first wife, as well as the birth site of Bibi Fatima (AS) was sealed off and turned into a library. 

3. The house of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in Medina

4.  The house of Imam Ali (AS) where Imams Hassan and Hussain (AS) were born. 

5. Parts of the well of Zamzam 

6. The house of sorrows of Bibi Fatima (AS) 

7. The home of Imam Jafar Al-Sadiq (AS)

8. The grave of Amina bint Wahb, the mother of Prophet Muhammad (AS) was bulldozed in 1998. 

9. Jannat Al- Baqi was destroyed, only men are allowed access to it now.

10. Eve’s Tomb was sealed with concrete in 1975. 

11. The grave of the Prophet’s father**** was destroyed. 

12. Bibi Fatima’s (AS) mosque was destroyed. 

13. The Mosque of Ali Uraidhi Ibn Imam Jafar al-Sadiq was completely destroyed.

the fact that hotels and strip malls and other buildings have taken place where these buildings used to stand is so heart wrenching. 

tbh when people are like “how can any true muslim attack the burial place of the Prophet”

but salafi ideology believes revering the graves of prophets is shirk and they razed to the ground the grave of the Prophet’s only daughter Bibi Fatima (as) in 1925 (Jannat al Baqi), they also razed the burial place of Bibi Khadija (as) Jannat al Mualla in the same year.

and they literally condemn Shia 24/7 by calling us grave worshippers so

I wouldnt put it past “Muslims” to attack the Prophets (s) grave. 

My heart hurts when I go to Medina
My heart hurts when I see Jannatul Baqi

My heart hurts to see the daughter
of Rasullullah in a place that is
destroyed and locked

My heart hurts to see the son
of Rasullullah in a place without a
shelter or a dome

My heart hurts to see the grandson of
Rasullullah in a place not accessible to his friends

My heart hurts to see the great-grandsons of Rasullullah
in a place secluded from the mosque

My heart complains about the injustices
Done to Sayyada Zahra

My heart complains about the treachery
Done to Imam Hassan

My heart complains about the disrespect
Shown to my Imams

It breaks my heart that our Masters don’t have a dome over them in Jannatul Al-Baqi

anonymous asked:

Muhammad is a pedophile why would you worship something made from nothing more then scum from a pigs hoof!

This whole ‘Muhammad (pbuh) is a pedophile ‘ thing is getting old tbh - 
but any ways , I Highly recommend you watch this video

and this one , 

I worship something made from nothing ? my dear friend let me correct you …
Watch this one as well

I worship … 

1 Allah (الله) The Greatest Name
2 Ar-Rahman (الرحمن) The All-Compassionate
3 Ar-Rahim (الرحيم) The All-Merciful
4 Al-Malik (الملك) The Absolute Ruler
5 Al-Quddus (القدوس) The Pure One
6 As-Salam (السلام) The Source of Peace
7 Al-Mu’min (المؤمن) The Inspirer of Faith
8 Al-Muhaymin (المهيمن) The Guardian
9 Al-Aziz (العزيز) The Victorious
10 Al-Jabbar (الجبار) The Compeller
11 Al-Mutakabbir (المتكبر) The Greatest
12 Al-Khaliq (الخالق) The Creator
13 Al-Bari’ (البارئ) The Maker of Order
14 Al-Musawwir (المصور) The Shaper of Beauty
15 Al-Ghaffar (الغفار) The Forgiving
16 Al-Qahhar (القهار) The Subduer
17 Al-Wahhab (الوهاب) The Giver of All
18 Ar-Razzaq (الرزاق) The Sustainer
19 Al-Fattah (الفتاح) The Opener
20 Al-`Alim (العليم) The Knower of All
21 Al-Qabid (القابض) The Constrictor
22 Al-Basit (الباسط) The Reliever
23 Al-Khafid (الخافض) The Abaser
24 Ar-Rafi (الرافع) The Exalter
25 Al-Mu’izz (المعز) The Bestower of Honors
26 Al-Mudhill (المذل) The Humiliator
27 As-Sami (السميع) The Hearer of All
28 Al-Basir (البصير) The Seer of All
29 Al-Hakam (الحكم) The Judge
30 Al-`Adl (العدل) The Just
31 Al-Latif (اللطيف) The Subtle One
32 Al-Khabir (الخبير) The All-Aware
33 Al-Halim (الحليم) The Forbearing
34 Al-Azim (العظيم) The Magnificent
35 Al-Ghafur (الغفور) The Forgiver and Hider of Faults
36 Ash-Shakur (الشكور) The Rewarder of Thankfulness
37 Al-Ali (العلى) The Highest
38 Al-Kabir (الكبير) The Greatest
39 Al-Hafiz (الحفيظ) The Preserver
40 Al-Muqit (المقيت) The Nourisher
41 Al-Hasib (الحسيب) The Accounter
42 Al-Jalil (الجليل) The Mighty
43 Al-Karim (الكريم) The Generous
44 Ar-Raqib (الرقيب) The Watchful One
45 Al-Mujib (المجيب) The Responder to Prayer
46 Al-Wasi (الواسع) The All-Comprehending
47 Al-Hakim (الحكيم) The Perfectly Wise
48 Al-Wadud (الودود) The Loving One
49 Al-Majid (المجيد) The Majestic One
50 Al-Ba’ith (الباعث) The Resurrector
51 Ash-Shahid (الشهيد) The Witness
52 Al-Haqq (الحق) The Truth
53 Al-Wakil (الوكيل) The Trustee
54 Al-Qawiyy (القوى) The Possessor of All Strength
55 Al-Matin (المتين) The Forceful One
56 Al-Waliyy (الولى) The Governor
57 Al-Hamid (الحميد) The Praised One
58 Al-Muhsi (المحصى) The Appraiser
59 Al-Mubdi’ (المبدئ) The Originator
60 Al-Mu’id (المعيد) The Restorer
61 Al-Muhyi (المحيى) The Giver of Life
62 Al-Mumit (المميت) The Taker of Life
63 Al-Hayy (الحي) The Ever Living One
64 Al-Qayyum (القيوم) The Self-Existing One
65 Al-Wajid (الواجد) The Finder
66 Al-Majid (الماجد) The Glorious
67 Al-Wahid (الواحد) The One, the All Inclusive, The Indivisible
68 As-Samad (الصمد) The Satisfier of All Needs
69 Al-Qadir (القادر) The All Powerful
70 Al-Muqtadir (المقتدر) The Creator of All Power
71 Al-Muqaddim (المقدم) The Expediter
72 Al-Mu’akhkhir (المؤخر) The Delayer
73 Al-Awwal (الأول) The First
74 Al-Akhir (الأخر) The Last
75 Az-Zahir (الظاهر) The Manifest One
76 Al-Batin (الباطن) The Hidden One
77 Al-Wali (الوالي) The Protecting Friend
78 Al-Muta’ali (المتعالي) The Supreme One
79 Al-Barr (البر) The Doer of Good
80 At-Tawwab (التواب) The Guide to Repentance
81 Al-Muntaqim (المنتقم) The Avenger
82 Al-’Afuww (العفو) The Forgiver
83 Ar-Ra’uf (الرؤوف) The Clement
84 Malik-al-Mulk (مالك الملك) The Owner of All
85 Dhu-al-Jalal wa-al-Ikram (ذو الجلال و الإكرام) The Lord of Majesty and Bounty
86 Al-Muqsit (المقسط) The Equitable One
87 Al-Jami’ (الجامع) The Gatherer
88 Al-Ghani (الغنى) The Rich One
89 Al-Mughni (المغنى) The Enricher
90 Al-Mani’(المانع) The Preventer of Harm
91 Ad-Darr (الضار) The Creator of The Harmful
92 An-Nafi’ (النافع) The Creator of Good
93 An-Nur (النور) The Light
94 Al-Hadi (الهادي) The Guide
95 Al-Badi (البديع) The Originator
96 Al-Baqi (الباقي) The Everlasting One
97 Al-Warith (الوارث) The Inheritor of All
98 Ar-Rashid (الرشيد) The Righteous Teacher
99 As-Sabur (الصبور) The Patient One

Theres an explanation for each of these beautiful names which belong to our creator but I’m sure it wouldn’t fit … 
In All honesty i hope this changed your mind AND if you have any more questions or want to say anything else , don’t be afraid because ill be more than happy to change your views :) 

Thank you for choosing my blog to say this too .. i hope you benefited from this :)) 

The story of Yusuf has the ability to strengthen our youth - it’s such a powerful story! I have a habit of randomly picking two numbers and seeking guidance from the chosen verse. It lead me to the story of Prophet Yusuf عليه السلام, and gave me the answers I yearned.

We live in times when it’s common to date, and if we refrain, then it’s normal to be approached through social mediums, our friends, or the traditional: “Can I have your whatsapp/number?” Even if you don’t date, we may have the tendency to become lax, flirt, or lead someone on, without any sign of commitment.

The story of Yusuf عليه السلام challenges the temporary world. It makes us question our choices. It gives us hope for all our struggles and sacrifices for His sake. His story reminds that we need to aim for something higher - Jannah!

Zulaykha was interested in Prophet Yusuf عليه السلام. She was stunning, confident, wealthy, popular and gave him attention. When someone is interested in us, eventually we begin to pay attention to them - imagine, if the person that was showing us attention was *worth* our attention?

Allah retells سبحانه و تعالى their story, He says: “She, in whose house he was, sought to seduce him. She closed the doors and said, "Come, you.” [Qur'an:12:23].

The reaction of Yusuf عليه السلام motivates to focus on the One who *really* matters. These days, if we’re approached by someone, it’s common to return the attention, and broadcast it to your friends - it’s a means to boost our ego. Yusuf عليه السلام wanted the love of someone who was even more loving, Allah, Al-Wadud. He wanted the attention of Allah, Al-Wasi, the All-Encompassing. He didn’t care!

Who was Zulaykha compared to Allah, Al-Baqi, the Everlasting?

He replied: “[I seek] the refuge of Allah . Indeed, he is my master, who has made good my residence. Indeed, wrongdoers will not succeed.” [Qur'an:12:23].

She was the wife of his employer, he was too credible, too respectful, to honorable to tarnish the chastity of another woman. What about us?

However, she was persistent. Allah سبحانه و تعالى tells us: “She certainly determined [to seduce] him.” [Qur'an:12:24]. In our times, maybe he will send you constant messages on Facebook, or maybe she will continue to impress you, but we need to be stronger than the temporary infatuations of this life.

Yusuf عليه السلام was fully aware of the miracles of Allah سبحانه و تعالى, so he vehemently refrained: Allah سبحانه و تعالى says: “He would have inclined to her had he not seen the proof of his Lord. And thus [it was] that We should avert from him evil and immorality. Indeed, he was of Our chosen servants.” [Qur'an:12:24]. We have the Qur'an - the greatest miracle from God, we have been given Islam, are we not His chosen servants? We *must* refrain, because the reward is greater!

She was mesmerised by him, and she refused to give up, Allah سبحانه و تعالى says: “They both raced to the door…” Yusuf عليه السلام *ran* away from her! How many times do we run away from that which Allah سبحانه و تعالى has made harmful for us?

Allah سبحانه و تعالى tells us what was the outcome of Yusuf عليه السلام for his struggle and sacrifice. He says: “And thus We established Joseph in the land to settle therein wherever he willed. We touch with Our mercy whom We will, and We do not allow to be lost the reward of those who do good.” [Qur'an:12:56].

Look what Allah سبحانه و تعالى gave Yusuf عليه السلام for his sacrifice? He gave him leadership, honor, wealth, and respect!

Finally, we are reminded about the ultimate destination and its worth, “The reward of the Hereafter is better for those who believed and were fearing Allah.” [Qur'an:12:57].

Whenever we give up a pleasure of this world for His sake, He reminds us that we will attain better, in this world and the next, so let us run to Allah سبحانه و تعالى, and He will reward us for *every* step we take for His sake, and grant us *true* love.


99 NAMES OF ALLAH (SWT)- الله:

  1. Ar Rahman (الرحمن) The All Beneficent
  2. Ar Rahim (الرحيم) The Most Merciful
  3. Al Malik (الملك) The King, The Sovereign
  4. Al Quddus (القدوس) The Most Holy
  5. As Salam (السلام) Peace and Blessing
  6. Al Mu'min (المؤمن) The Guarantor
  7. Al Muhaymin (المهيمن) The Guardian, the Preserver
  8. Al ‘Aziz (العزيز) The Almighty, the Self Sufficient
  9. Al Jabbar (الجبار) The Powerful, the Irresistible
  10. Al Mutakabbir (المتكبر) The Tremendous
  11. Al Khaliq (الخالق) The Creator
  12. Al Bari’ (البارئ) The Maker
  13. Al Musawwir (المصور) The Fashioner of Forms
  14. Al Ghaffar (الغفار) The Ever Forgiving
  15. Al Qahhar (القهار) The All Compelling Subduer
  16. Al Wahhab (الوهاب) The Bestower
  17. Ar Razzaq (الرزاق) The Ever Providing
  18. Al Fattah (الفتاح) The Opener, the Victory Giver
  19. Al Alim (العليم) The All Knowing, the Omniscient
  20. Al Qabid (القابض) The Restrainer, the Straightener
  21. Al Basit (الباسط) The Expander, the Munificent
  22. Al Khafid (الخافض) The Abaser
  23. Ar Rafi’ (الرافع) The Exalter
  24. Al Mu'izz (المعز) The Giver of Honor
  25. Al Mudhill (المذل) The Giver of Dishonor
  26. Al Sami’ (السميع) The All Hearing
  27. Al Basir (البصير) The All Seeing
  28. Al Hakam (الحكم) The Judge, the Arbitrator
  29. Al 'Adl (العدل) The Utterly Just
  30. Al Latif (اللطيف) The Subtly Kind
  31. Al Khabir (الخبير) The All Aware
  32. Al Halim (الحليم) The Forbearing, the Indulgent
  33. Al 'Azim (العظيم) The Magnificent, the Infinite
  34. Al Ghafur (الغفور) The All Forgiving
  35. Al Shakur (الشكور) The Grateful
  36. Al 'Ali (العلي) The Sublimely Exalted
  37. Al Kabir (الكبير) The Great
  38. Al Hafiz (الحفيظ) The Preserver
  39. Al Muqit (المقيت) The Nourisher
  40. Al Hasib (الحسيب) The Reckoner
  41. Al Jalil (الجليل) The Majestic
  42. Al Karim (الكريم) The Bountiful, the Generous
  43. Ar Raqib (الرقيب) The Watchful
  44. Al Mujib (المجيب) The Responsive, the Answerer
  45. Al Wasi’ (الواسع) The Vast, the All Encompassing
  46. Al Hakim (الحكيم) The Wise
  47. Al Wadud (الودود) The Loving, the Kind One
  48. Al Majid (المجيد) The All Glorious
  49. Al Ba'ith (الباعث) The Raiser of the Dead
  50. Ash Shahid (الشهيد) The Witness
  51. Al Haqq (الحق) The Truth, the Real
  52. Al Wakil (الوكيل) The Trustee, the Dependable
  53. Al Qawiyy (القوي) The Strong
  54. Al Matin (المتين) The Firm, the Steadfast
  55. Al Wali (الولي) The Protecting Friend, Patron, and Helper
  56. Al Hamid (الحميد) The All Praiseworthy
  57. Al Muhsi (المحصي) The Accounter, the Numberer of All
  58. Al Mubdi’ (المبدئ) The Producer, Originator, and Initiator of all
  59. Al Mu'id (المعيد) The Reinstater Who Brings Back All
  60. Al Muhyi (المحيي) The Giver of Life
  61. Al Mumit (المميت) The Bringer of Death, the Destroyer
  62. Al Hayy (الحي) The Ever Living
  63. Al Qayyum (القيوم) The Self Subsisting Sustainer of All
  64. Al Wajid (الواجد) The Perceiver, the Finder, the Unfailing
  65. Al Majid (الماجد) The Illustrious, the Magnificent
  66. Al Wahid (الواحد) The One, the All Inclusive, the Indivisible
  67. Al Ahad (الأحد) The One, the Unique
  68. As Samad (الصمد) The Long, the Impregnable, the Everlasting
  69. Al Qadir (القادر) The All Able
  70. Al Muqtadir (المقتدر) The All Determiner, the Dominant
  71. Al Muqaddim (المقدم) The Expediter, He who brings forward
  72. Al Mu'akhkhir (المؤخر) The Delayer, He who puts far away
  73. Al Awwal (الأول) The First
  74. Al Akhir (الآخر) The Last
  75. Az Zahir (الظاهر) The Manifest; the All Victorious
  76. Al Batin (الباطن) The Hidden; the All Encompassing
  77. Al Wali (الوالي) The Patron
  78. Al Muta'al (المتعالي) The Self Exalted
  79. Al Barr (البر) The Most Kind and Righteous
  80. At Tawwab (التواب) The Ever Returning, Ever Relenting
  81. Al Muntaqim (المنتقم) The Avenger
  82. Al 'Afuww (العفو) The Pardoner, the Effacer of Sins
  83. Ar Ra'uf (الرؤوف) The Compassionate, the All Pitying
  84. Malik al Mulk (مالك الملك) The Owner of All Sovereignty
  85. Dhu al Jalal wa al Ikram (ذو الجلال و الإكرام) The Lord of Majesty and Generosity
  86. Al Muqsit (المقسط) The Equitable, the Requiter
  87. Al Jami’ (الجامع) The Gatherer, the Unifier
  88. Al Ghani (الغني) The All Rich, the Independent
  89. Al Mughni (المغني) The Enricher, the Emancipator
  90. Al Mani’ (المانع) The Withholder, the Shielder, the Defender
  91. Ad Dharr (الضآر) The Distresser
  92. An Nafi’ (النافع) The Propitious, the Benefactor
  93. An Nur (النور) The Light
  94. Al Hadi (الهادي) The Guide
  95. Al Badi (البديع) Incomparable, the Originator
  96. Al Baqi (الباقي) The Ever Enduring and Immutable
  97. Al Warith (الوارث) The Heir, the Inheritor of All
  98. Ar Rashid (الرشيد) The Guide, Infallible Teacher, and Knower
  99. As Sabur (الصبور) The Patient, the Timeless