Ohhh, I love this! First of all, NOT EVERYONE IS OBSESSED WITH COLOR OF THEIR OR YOUR SKIN. Sorry for yelling, but it's hard to get through the thick space filled with idiotic ideology. Secondly, you wanna talk about racism? BLM motherfucker. Muslims motherfucker. The prophet fucked a child; should we consider all muslims might have something to do with pedophilia? How about the fact that, when it comes to interracial rape, 16.4% of black men rape white women, as opposed to 0% reverse?
Literally, what are you talking about? My Lovecraft post? His racism and antisemitism are literal facts. He said some really horrible shit. Here’s a cool game filled with verifiable quotes where you can guess whether the racist bs was said by Hitler or H.P. Lovecraft: http://www.beesgo.biz/horp.html (By really cool, I mean really awful.)
As for the rest of this…it’s so bizarre and inaccurate that I feel it would be a waste of time to respond.
Ehl-i Fikir olarak İHH’nın Bayramlık projesinin içinden yeni bir proje ürettik:
571 BAYRAMLIK !
Daha doğmadan yetim kalan Peygamber Efendimiz’e (sallallahu aleyhi ve sellem) ithafen yetim kardeşlerimize 571 Bayramlık bağışlıyoruz. O’nun (sallallahu aleyhi ve sellem) bize getirdiği din birçok hadiste ve ayette yetime sahip çıkmamızı öğütlüyor. Bizler de bu bayramda yetimlerin yüzüne bir tebessüm hediye ediyoruz.
Sizin desteğinizle inşaAllah bu proje başarıyla sonuçlanacak. İsterseniz aile olarak, isterseniz çevrenizden toplayarak bir yetimi sevindirebilirsiniz. Ya da öğrenciler olarak birleşip bir bayramlık bağışlayabilirsiniz.
BİR BAYRAMLIK 80 TL’DİR.
Bayram gününe kadar İHH’nın hesabına “571 Bayramlık” açıklamasıyla yatırdığınız bağışlar projemize dahil edilecektir.
Afişlerde belirtilen numaraya ya da benim bloguma mesaj atarak bizi bilgilendirmenizi rica ediyoruz.
AYRICA REBLOG YAPARAK PROJEMİZİ YAYMADA YARDIMCI OLMANIZI RİCA EDİYORUM. Allah hepinizden razı olsun. Ramazan-ı şerif hepinize hayırlı, bereketli olsun inşaAllah.
can you tell me about your experience with Islam as a women specifically? so often all I hear of is the abuse and controlling husbands, but I know that can't be everyone's experience. if you're not comfortable discussing it that's fine, I don't want you to feel like you have to validate your faith to anyone
The religion of Islam demands that women be treated with respect, honour, and justice. It condemns oppression of any kind.
Women in Islam have the right to own property, to control their own money to buy and sell, and to give gifts and charity. It is not permissible for anyone to take a woman’s wealth without her consent (including her husband)
Islam gave women formal rights of inheritance.
Women in Islam have the right to an education; seeking and acquiring knowledge is an obligation on all Muslims, male or female.
Muslim women have the right to accept or refuse marriage proposals as they see fit, and married women are completely free from the obligation of supporting and maintaining the family.
Working married women are free to contribute to the household expenses, or not, as they see fit. Women have the right to seek divorce if it becomes necessary.
Muhammad (pbuh) treated his wives with the utmost respect and honor and was never abusive towards them. One of his traditions clearly states, “The best of you are those who are best to their wives.”
In the Quran, God mentions all the sacrifices mothers make in bearing children to remind people to treat their mothers with love, respect, and care. The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “Heaven lies under the feet of your mother" to emphasise their importance.
I had to research into this question for you. But the abusive relationships isn’t an islamic issue, its a stereotype stemming from culture; not islam.
Prophet Muhammad said: “Only an honorable man treat women with honor and integrity. And only a mean, deceitful and dishonest man humiliates and insults women.” Referring to physical abuse, he added: “Never hit your wives, they are your partners and sincere helpers.” He exemplified this by never, ever, hitting a women or child. The Prophet guaranteed protection of the life, honor, and property of women.
I hope this helped. Message me if you have any more questions.
“So little one here is the prophet father has been talking about hmm…you look like no prophet just a tiny child..” Ezio mused as he walked around Kevin with an amused smirk on his face “hm not more then 18..but have to admit very cute..for a human”
ISLAM 101: Getting ready for RAMADAN: PART 8 (Final Part)
The Festival of Fast Breaking (‛Eed-ul-Fitr)
‛Eed-ul-Fitr falls on the first day of the lunar month of Shawwaal, marking the end of the month-long Ramadaan fast. Just as fasting during the month of Ramadaan is an act of worship, celebrating ‛Eed-ul-Fitris also an act of worship whereby Muslims express their gratitude to Allah for enabling them to perform this act of worship and for completing His grace upon them. As the Qur’an states, “You should complete the number of days and proclaim Allah’s greatness for the guidance He has given you so that you will be thankful.” (Soorat Al-Baqarah, 2:185)
What Should Be Done On the ‛Eed Day?
1) Offering the ‛Eed Prayer: Islam stresses that the ‛Eedprayer should be performed. In fact, it was one of those practices which the Prophet May Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him observed consistently and even encouraged not only men but also women and children to observe. Its time starts after the sun has risen to the length of a spear above the horizon (just over 1 metre) and lasts until it has crossed the meridian.
Description: The ‛Eed prayer consists of two units (rak‛aat; singular rak‛ah) in which the imaam recites the Qur’an loudly, after which he delivers a sermon (khutbah) in two parts. This prayer contains several takbeeraat (singular takbeerah, one’s saying Allaahu akbar) at the beginning of each unit more than the ordinary prayer: The imaam says Allaahu akbar and, before he starts reciting the Qur’an, repeats the same utterance six more times; also, after rising from the prostrate position to the standing position to perform the second unit, he repeats the same utterance five more times in addition to the takbeer he has recited while rising to the second unit. The worshippers follow the imaam in these movements, doing and saying exactly the same.
2) Paying Zakaat-ul-Fitr: Allah has enjoined zakaat-ul-fitr (literally, the purifying obligatory charity of the breaking of the fast) on anyone who possesses a day’s and night’s worth of food. It consists of one saa‛ of the most common staple food of the country, be it rice, wheat or dates, and must be given to the Muslim poor and needy so that there would be no person in need of food on the ‛Eedday .It is permissible, however, to pay the value of zakaat-ul-fitr in money instead if it appears that this will be more beneficial to the poor.
Time of Its Payment: Zakaat-ul-fitr is to be paid from the time the sun sets on the last day of Ramadaan up to the time of the ‛Eed prayer. It may, however, be paid a day or two before the ‛Eed day as well.
The amount of zakaat-ul-fitris one saa‛ of the usual foods tuffs of the country, be it rice, wheat or dates. One saa‛ is equivalent to approximately 3 kg.
A Muslim must pay it for himself and all the persons he is legally bound to support, such as his wife and children. It is recommended to pay it on behalf of an unborn child.
The Prophet May Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him enjoined it as,“atonement for any obscene language used while observing the fast and for providing food for the needy. It would be accepted as zakaat from those who pay it before the ‛Eed prayer, but it would be considered as mere sadaqah (voluntary charity) for those who pay it after the ‛Eed prayer.” (Sunan Abu Daawood: 1609)
3) Muslims on this occasion : spread joy and merriment to all family members, young and old, men and women, providing all possible types of lawful amusements. They wear their best and most beautiful clothes and eat and drink, as doing so is an act of worship. Fasting on this day is strictly forbidden.
4) They recite the : takbeer on this special occasion on the night preceding the ‛Eed day and on the way to the ‛Eed prayer, and continue doing so until the imaam appears for the‛Eed prayers starts, expressing gratitude to Allah May He be glorified and exalted for enabling them to complete the fast of Ramadaan. The Qur’an states, “He wants you to complete the prescribed period and to glorify Him for having guided you, so that you may be thankful.” (Soorat Al-Baqarah, 2:185)
The manner of takbeer pronounced on this occasion is as follows: Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, laa ilaaha ill allaah, Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, walillaahil-hamd (Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest; there is no god worthy of worship except Allah; Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest; all praise belongs to Allah).
One may also recite the following: Allaah uakbaru kabeeran, wal-hamdu lillaahi katheeran, wa subhaan-Allaahi bukratan waaseelaa (Allah is the Greatest;His is the abundant praise, and glory be to Him day and night).
Men generally pronounce the takbeer aloud, but without disturbing other people; women, however, pronounce it quietly..