crying to allah

what’s so frustrating is how the entire world is silent right now. especially these fucking celebrities and the media who all speak up when there’s a tragedy in America or Paris etc. but are MUTE right now on everything going on in Aleppo. Why are people turning a blind eye? this is a genocide. a crime against ALL of humanity. is it because it’s muslims being killed that no one wants to speak up? and at the same time its so mind-blowing how none of the other muslim leaders in the world seem to be doing anything to help their brothers and sisters in Aleppo. the world is silent while innocent people are being killed. 

the Syrians’ suffering will end and they’ll have unending bliss and peace in Jannah but what the hell will happen with us? we failed them so badly.

PLEASE THESE PEOPLE ARE BEING SLAUGHTERED LIKE ANIMALS

YA ALLAH SAVE THEM

YA RABB SAVE THEM

SAVE ALEPPO

and forgive us for failing our brothers and sisters so badly.

their suffering will end just like our humanity ended

Don’t cry for your loss. Allah won’t take anything from a believer without replacing it with something better.

Allah said in the Qur'aan, “Perhaps you may dislike something which is good for you, and like something which is bad for you. Allah knows and you do not.” (2:216)

When I was a kid I used to wonder why it was that the only people I’ve seen crying while praying were adults? Why not me and kids my age? Now that I’m an adult it hit me. We’re not innocent anymore and we’ve sinned. We’re young adults so we’re going to sin until we die… That’s why we cry. May Allah forgive our sins.

Love is Bilal 

Love is when Bilal (may Allah be pleased with him) retired from making the adhan after the death of the Prophet ٴٴﷺ because he called the Prophet ﷺ to prayer when he was alive, and could not stand to do so without him۔

Love is Bilal ..when he left the Illuminated City (Madinah) because he could not stand to stay there after the Prophet died (because everything reminded him of the Beloved ﷺ)

Love is Bilal..when a long time passed between him visiting the Prophet’s ﷺ grave in Madinah and subsequently the Prophet coming to him in his dream and telling Bilal, “what is with this dryness/ distance oh Bilal?” driving Bilal to make arrangements to head to Madinah immediately upon waking.

Love is Bilal arriving in Madinah in the middle of the night and Hassan and Husayn, the grandsons of the Prophet ﷺ, finding him at the maqam of the Prophet ﷺ him crying and insisting that he, for old time’s sake, make the adhan for the impending fajr prayer and causing an uproar that morning in Madinah as everyone therein poured out of their homes weeping and anguished in being reminded of the days with the Prophet ﷺ.

Love is Bilal..when Umar ibn al Khattab asked him to make adhan to, calling the army in Sham to prayer, and when he reached the part “Ashhadu anna Muhammadan Rasul Allah” began to weep uncontrollably, unable to finish the adhan, and causing the entire army to weep- Umar being the most emotional of them all.

Love is Bilal on his deathbed and experiencing the pangs of death, with his family all around him weeping for him, crying out in poetry to his family gathered around him,
“Tomorrow I meet the beloveds// Muhammad ﷺ and his companions”

Your crying out of fear of Allah is a blessing from Allah Almighty upon you
—  Shaykh Bin Baz (Rahimahullah), [Fataawa Islamiyyah 8/26]

Talk to Allah, He’s waiting to hear from you. Cry to Allah, He’s waiting to remove your tears. Pray to Allah, He is waiting to answer you.