Fatima Jinnah (1893-1967) is known as “Mother of the Nation”
in Pakistan, and is remembered and honoured as one of the leading founders of
the country. Her engagement in politics, her extensive support of civil rights
and her philanthropy all offer her an important place in Pakistani culture and
In 1947 she founded
the Women’s Relief Committee, which later became the All Pakistan Women’s
Association. In 1965 she contested the elections and ran against the
dictatorial, self-proclaimed president of Pakistan at the time, receiving
widespread support and praise from the people. Although she won the vote, Ayub
Khan was once again proclaimed President through vote rigging. Still, the
campaign proved that a woman could easily run for political office and gain the
public’s sympathy even in a Muslim country such as Pakistan.
“Say: O My slaves who have transgressed against themselves (by committing evil deeds and sins)! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah, verily, Allah forgives all sins. Truly, He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.”
The first thing that Shaytan (Satan) will try to do is get you to stop praying. You know why? Because he has to kill the guard if he wants to penetrate the castle. Once the guard is gone, then Shaytan (Satan) can open the floodgates for evil. And he has a lot of patience. He has done this to many people before so he’s experienced as well.
Di tvOne, siapapun mereka yang berpotensi tampil di televisi, punya bakat jurnalisme, tangguh dalam liputan, dan siap menjadi jurnalis handal, dapat mengembangkan karirnya tanpa halangan apapun. Tak ada diskriminasi apalagi pelarangan terhadap pelaksanaan keyakinan agama seperti penggunaan jilbab. Alhamdulillah, ini dibuktikan langsung oleh tvOne dan kita bisa menjadi saksi bersama. Sebab memang tvOne melihat bukan apa yang ada di kepala, tapi apa yang ada di dalamnya.
Alhamdulillah, di tvOne bagi karyawannya yang perempuan makin banyak yang berhijab. Masjidnya terus ramai. Dekat sama yatim dan ulama. Banyak kru mereka yang suka ke masjid, bahkan yang kita lihat di program tertentu sebagai host, yang mungkin tak tersirat ke pikiran kita bahwa dia seringkali bermunajat sendirian di masjid. Saya berbangga pernah menjadi bagian dari keluarga besar channel tv yang nama “one” terinspirasi dari “ahad” di surat Qulhu ini.
If you’re still looking for evidence that LGBT people have much in common with other marginalized groups, here’s some: American Muslims are reporting widespread housing discrimination — something that many LGBT Americans have encountered as well. Some recent examples show Muslim house-hunters being harassed for their religious identity — and a lesbian couple being rejected by a landlady because of their “unique relationship.”
-BIKMADIN MI YALANLARDAN, ALDATILMAKTAN, SAHTE GÜLÜŞLERDEN, MENFATİ UĞRUNA YANINDA OLMAK ZORUNDA OLANLARDAN, HARAM AŞKLARDAN? -SIYRIL KORKULARINDAN! -ŞUNUN FARKINA VAR! GÜNEŞ VARKEN MUM IŞIĞI İHTİYACIN YOK! -BİL Ki İNANCIN BAŞLADIĞI YERDE BÜTÜN ESARETLERİN BİTER.
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Wherever you go, Allah is close to you with His knowledge.
Whenever you cry, Allah hears.
Whenever you pray, Allah is listening.
Allah has never left your side, so if one does leave then, it was you that left not Allah
😍 THIS IS SO FUCKING ACCURATE BECAUSE ISLAMOPHOBICS FORGET THAT THERE ARE LGBT+ MUSLIMS AND THEY ARE SEVERELY AFFECTED!
I want Muslim LGBT to know that they are not committing a sin (unless you have sex outside of marriage and in that case I can’t help you 😂) and that one day, less likely in our life time the Ummah will be more tolerant and accepting towards the LGBT community!
[Picture description: two Muslim women smiling in hijabs hugging and holding the LGBT flag.
Text at the bottom left says:
Picture made by @pretty.pansexual.
@borderlinesappho on tumblr: LGBT Muslims are real and valid. We don’t deserve the homophobic shit we get from the Muslim community for being “haram”. We don’t deserve the Islamophobic shit we get from the LGBT community for being religious. Being LGBT and being religious isn’t mutually exclusive. And it shouldn’t be.]
Regardless of how educated we may think we are, or what position we may think we have attained, we should never belittle people. It is so easy to be dismissive and condescending on social media. To show no manners in our disagreements. To show no mercy in our virtual take downs. But know that your written words have consequences and are accurate portrayals of your character. We can have strong criticisms of positions without accusing those who hold them to be insincere or unintelligent.