for shaame

My father Muhammad ibn Ali has said that he asked Ali ibn al-Husayn, Alayhima al-Salam about how he was transported by Yazid.

He (Imam), Alayhi al-Salam replied, “He placed me on camel without saddle and the head of al Husayn, Alayhi al-Salam, was raised on a flag pole and our women were behind us on mule without saddles with many people behind and around us with spears. If the eye of anyone of us showed tears that person’s head would be hit with a spear until we entered Damascus; an announcer shouted, "O inhabitants of al-sham these are the captives of Ahl al-Bayt (family) of the condemned one.”

Source [Bihar al-Anwar Volume 45, hadith 259, ch 39, hadith 2]

Zindagi main kuch faislay aise hote hain jinhein nibhana khud me ek bohat bari aazmaish hai .. un faislon ke peechhay aap din bhar main kitni dafa marte hain yeh aap ke aur Allah ke siwa koi nahi jaanta. yeh faisle kayi baar apko bura bana dete hain sabki nigahon main magar haqeeqat toh yeh bhi hai ke un faislon ne apko bhi utna hi dard diya hai jitna un faislon se jure logon ko. Patanahi kabhi kabhi bura banna itna zaruri kyu hota hai magar kiske dil me kitni taklif hai yeh koi nahi jaanta ek Us ke ☝🏻siwa. Bas insaan dua kar sakta hai ke yeh mushkil faislay sabhi ke haq main behtar saabit hon aur aane wali zindagi thori si jeene ke kaabil hojaye, apke liye aur aapse zyada auron ke liye.…bas Allah sabr aur hauslaa qayam rakkhe aur subh o shaam ke yeh silsile chalte rahein Allah ke sahare.
Mera Paak Rab sabhi ke liye aasaniyaan qayam kare Ameen.

anonymous asked:

Are you taking prompts? If so could you write something where the TARDIS expresses love for Bill with a really posh kitchen and laboratory? Her own personal test kitchen?

yes of course i will write the inaugural Bill/TARDIS fic i mean what do you think i am for if not this

Bill/the TARDIS, vaguely implied Twelve/Nardole, ~1.2k words, not explicit

The first night (“night”) Bill stays in the TARDIS, the Doctor gives her a rambling ten-part set of directions in re: where the guest bedroom is. He grins, she grins, he grins wider, she gives him a thumbs-up, he returns it. She walks with a measured pace to where she’s fairly sure he can’t see her, and then she bolts. And doesn’t forget the instructions so much as discovers they don’t make sense, since everything looks the same, and ‘pass the Mechanical Turk’ doesn’t work at a T-junction with two Mechanical Turks. She runs and the ground feels weird and she sporadically opens doors until she finds what she optimistically hopes is some sort of futuristic Space Toilet, but which is probably a bougie Space Laundry Chute. She vomits into the hole, closes the lid, and straightens herself out before wobbling back into the corridor.

Professor “The Doctor” What had said this was to get her acclimated to time/space travel but she’s 95% certain he’s just lost, or something is broken. So it’s reasonable to have puked in a closet and then walked away, if they’re doing lies. This place is big enough, he probably won’t even notice. Right? Right. She wipes her mouth and soldiers on.

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Today we commemorate the death of the daughter of Haider and Zahra (sa). Today, we mourn the death of the epitome of patience, of strength, of faith. Today we mourn the death of Sayyida Zainab (sa). The one who witnessed more calamities than anyone else, who watched her family, her brothers slaughtered in front of her very eyes. The one who was treated in the most disgusting of ways, whose tents were set on fire, who witnessed her children running between burning tents and have earrings ripped off their ears. The one who was chained and whose family was chained, whose hijab was stripped away from her and was paraded across the streets of Shaam. Yet throughout all of this, throughout all of the horror she witnessed and suffered, she is the one who was brought in front of the man who caused all of this and was able to stand and say “Ma ra'aytu illah jamillah” - I see nothing in this but the beauty of Allah swt. Today we mourn you Ya Zainab (sa). Today we mourn the way you are still being mistreated, you are still being oppressed. We look at the state of your blessed shrine in the land of Shaam and we cry for the way you are being treated. And we will stand here and chant Labbayk Ya Zainab! We will forever protect your legacy, remember your sacrifice and pray for safety of your blessed shrine that iA we will be able to return to soon. Labbayk Ya Zainab. 

anonymous asked:

Na3am, There are Muslimeen all over the world who love the Khilafah, even in Dar al Kufr Insha'Allaah Khilafah Baqiyah, Wa Amir ul muimineen, Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi al Quraishi al Hussaini (May Allaah preserve him). What is wrong with Sunni Muslimeen loving those Asa'id ikhwan ul mujahideen who defend Ahlal Sunnah of Anbar wal Shaam? Wallah they did not harm you in your crusader temples in U.S.A occupied Baghdad,,, They did not oppress you. They did not harm nasaara fi Mosul. why they bad?

How the FUCK did ISIS already find this blog?

I’ll write about ISIS more in the future but long-story short, they raped and killed some of my aunts, uncles, and cousins and until recently occupied the part of Iraq where my childhood home is, and where most of my family still lives. If it weren’t for my family living abroad when they took over that town, we would have lived under them too. The only reason we are in Baghdad now is because my parents have a community of friends here and we obviously would not return to ISIS territory.

You’re a pathetic coward. Iraq does not belong to Muslims. It belongs to Iraqis. I can’t wait to move back into my home and step on your hideous flag. Bite me.

40 days after Ashura (20th safar)

Imam Sajjad(a.s.) was about 22 or 23 years old when the sad event of Karbala occured. Since Allah(swt) mentions in his holy Book that this world cannot survive for a moment if there is no Masoom “Imam” present at all times, Allah(swt) arranged it such that Imam Sajjad(a.s.) became severly ill during that battle and could not participate as a warrior. He asked the permission to fight in the battle but Imam Hussain(a.s.) told him that he had been assigned a different type of “Jihad” that was to start after the martyrdom of Imam Hussain(a.s.) - namely leading the women and children of the household of Prophet Mohammad(pbuh&hf) into the bazars and courts of Kufa and Damascus. Imam Sajjad(a.s.) was made a prisoner of war together with the whole family of the Prophet Mohammad(pbuh&hf). It was at this time that he was given the responsibility of Imamate and his was one of the most difficult times when any Imam was given this responsibility. Truly speaking, for him, it would have been very easy to die on the battle field as a martyr than to be taken as prisoner of war and see all the insult and humiliations thrown on him and on the womenfolk of the house of the Prophet. However, he did what Allah wished him to do.

After the martyrdom of Imam Hussain(a.s.), the survival of Islam depended on Imam Zainul Abideen(a.s.), and that also at a tender age of 22. He had a very hard job of letting the world know the mission of Imam Hussain(a.s.) and exposing the evil intentions of Yazid and the Bani Umayyah.
The army of Yazid treated him very badly by putting him in heavy chains. As a prisoner of war, he was made to travel on the open back of a camel in burning sunshine from Kerbala to Kufa and then from Kufa to Shaam (Damascus) - a distance of about 750 kilometres. Sometimes, he would be made to walk on the burning sands of the desert. This was not all. Women and children of the family of the Prophet Muhammad(pbuh&hf), too, were hand-cuffed and treated like they were slaves. The daughters of Imam Ali(a.s.) and Bibi Fatima(s.a.) were treated worse than criminals, their Hijabs were taken away from them. 

In the courts of Ibn-e-Ziyad and Yazid, Imam Sajjad(a.s.) gave lion-hearted lectures and presented the true Islam to the listeners and introduced himself and his accompanying members as the descendents of the Prophet Mohammad(pbuh&hf) and the leaders appointed by Allah(swt). His lectures had such an impact on the listeners that despite several attempts to kill him inside the court of both Yazid and Ibn-e-Ziyad could not materialize. Bibi Zainab(s.a.) and other women of the household of Prophet Mohammad(pbuh&hf) became the frontline protectors and were backed by the people in the court of Yazid who had still left some shame in them.

The effect of the speech was so powerful that everybody in the Mosque began to weep and to blame Yazid. Yazid was afraid that if the Imam continued his speech, there would be a revolution and revolt. At the same time Yazid could not stop the Imam and get him down from the Mimber. He therefore ordered a “Muazzin” to give Azan, knowing that this would automatically cut the Imam’s speech. But he underestimated the Imam’s bravery and intelligence. The Imam stopped his speech but did not get down from the Mimber. When the Muazzin said “ Allahu Akber” the Imam testified Allah’s greatness. When the Muazzin said, “Ash hadu anna Muhammaddan Rasulullah”, the Imam stopped the Muazzin from going any further. He then turned to Yezid and asked him.

“Tell me o Yazid, was Muhammad(pbuh&hf) your grandfather or mine? If you say he was your grandfather it will be an open lie and if you say he was my grandfather then why have you killed his son and imprisoned his family? Why have you killed my father and brought his women and children to this city as prisoners?” Yazid had no reply to give.

Yazid had to free the Imam(a.s.) out of fear of his own rulership, therefore, Imam(a.s.) was still not completely safe from his evil designs even upon reaching back to Madina. Once in Madina, Imam(a.s.) gathered the people and told them the horrifying stories of Karbala and informed them that his father Imam Hussain(a.s.) and his companions were martyred and his family members were made prisoners and were taken from one city to another and branded as traitors.
…. One of the most heart breaking stories I remember every Muharam & Safar is the story of imam al Sajjad (as) when he returned to Karbala. He had to bury the corpses of his father, his brothers (including his baby brother Ali al Asghar), his uncle, his cousins, his friends and his father’s friends… all on his own. As he was gathering the body parts of his beloved father imam Al Hussain (as), he saw a finger was cut off from him. This was done so they could steal his father’s ring! How inhuman and barbaric could one be? 

I remember our Imam (as) lying next to the headless body of his beloved father… hugging him and crying out to him. I remember his pain and his sorrow…
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon.
I also want to add: our imam unfortunately doesn’t have a shrine… but one can always dream of one 

لکھا ڈاکٹر نے دوا کی جگہ اُسکا نام

اور یہ بھی لکھا صبح دوپہر شام

Likha doctor ne dawa ki jagha uska naam
Aur ye bhi likha Subha,dopaher,Shaam 💕


-Allah decrees what He wills

Praise be to Allah. He does what He wills; He decrees what He wants; He selects martyrs; He purifies the believers, and He distinguishes between the evil and the good. The battle is not over yet between the Muslim nation and their enemies.

-The wisdom of Allah

Allah has the ultimate wisdom, and if He had willed He could have taken vengeance upon the enemies Himself, but instead He enjoined armed struggle to test some people by means of others. A group from this Muslim nation will continue to be supported by Allah, and they will continue to fight for the sake of Allah against the enemies of Allah.

-We have went through worse

Even if Aleppo becomes a second Hama or becomes even worse as a disaster, it will not equal the massacre that took place at the time of Tatars in Baghdad. Despite the severity of the massacre at the time, the Muslim nation woke up, come back, challenged, and was victorious.

-Ease after hardship

Victory and ease are produced from within hardships. Major victories for the Muslim nation only came after grave hardships. The disbelievers will never be settled in Shaam, and history testifies to this. Rising after an affliction and recovering after defeat is something which is runs in the blood of the people of Shaam in particular, and the Muslim nation at large. The matter needs time and patience, and there is no complete surrender, thanks to Allah.

-The work of the enemies during afflictions

One notes during grave hardships like the one which as afflicting Aleppo that:

1- Some entities spread (false) news that the areas have totally surrendered or have been defeated. They spread that defeat is final, though it has not actually happened yet.

2- They exaggerate in spreading pictures and clips which include atrocities and intentionally broadcast them to the public in order to spread despair in the hearts of the Muslims.

3- The way they express pain is in a manner in which it is clearly evident that they intend to make people lose hope and object to the decree (of Allah). you rarely hear them saying things like “Inna lilaahi wa inna ilayhi raji’uun” (to Allah we belong, and to Him we will return).

4- There are evil statements which the enemies place in the middle of the statements that are being exchanged in which they try to place enmity between the masses and the Muslim scholars and those who call to Allah. They accuse them with.

5- “Poisonous pens” One notices the effect of the enemies’ writers when they slander and curse the Muslims in general during hardships and accuse them of being the cause of this affliction, The duty now is to raise the morale of the Muslims everywhere in order to strive harder and act to support (their brothers and sisters).

 -A reminder during adversities

One must remember that the greatest victory in the sight of Allah is that one’s death comes whilst he is upon Tawheed (Islamic monotheism), believing in Allah and the hereafter, The people of the trench were all burnt to death,   Allah has told us their story in the Qur’an.

During adversities people become:

1- Heedless of the reward of the martyr and those who are oppressively killed.

2- Forgetful of the reward of those who are wounded for the sake of Allah or are tortured by the enemies.

3- Heedless of the reward of the one who is afflicted in his wealth, body or children and yet patiently perseveres. 

-Rise and exert effort

The most rewarded people during hardships are those who strive to change the wiling and despair into energy and beneficial actions, The Quranic style teaches this “So do not weaken and do not grieve” [3:139]

It is very beneficial during disasters to reflect upon the verses in Surah (Aal Imran) which talk about the disaster of the battle of uhud - how it explained the principles of faith and creed and how it consoled the believers directed them (to the correct course of action).

-Prophetic supplications during hardships

When one reflects upon the Prophetic supplications during adversities, he sees that it revolves around two things: 1- O Allah, rescue the oppressed. 2- O Allah, destroy the criminals.

Let us increase our supplications to Allah.

-The promise of Allah

We trust the promise of Allah and that Islam will prevail in the land of Shaam. Hulagu, Changez khan, Tamerlane and the leaders of the crusade wars, the Persian Qarmatians and the Safavivies are all gone, and the Islam has remained after their perishing.

Despite all the grave hardship that is happening, we have great hope in Allah the Most-Strong in whose hand is the control of the heavens and the earth and the lives of people, and who took upon himself to support and aid Shaam and it’s people.

Mohammad Almunajjid