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The insider (AUC): Ahmed Ali Sonbol, Biology TA in AUC, killed in Rabaa during dispersal of pro-Morsi sit-in.
Aug 14, 2013 / 7 notes

thebloodyreaper:

The insider (AUC): Ahmed Ali Sonbol, Biology TA in AUC, killed in Rabaa during dispersal of pro-Morsi sit-in.

Be patient oh Muslims worldwide going through massive fitna and oppression, struggling for “democracy” or “freedom” or “Sharia”. Victory will only come with patient and not through emotional impulsive actions. Violence will work against you 95% plus of the time in this modern age. Look how often RasulAllah SAWS was patient, didn’t use violence, only used it was it was a must, and even when he was in power and conquered Makkah how he refrained from retaliation! And he is our best example. It’s not permitted to curse or attack someone because they are Shia, or Christian, or secular, or Jewish… Be wise oh Muslims. Be wise. Think long term strategy. The kuffar don’t even need to send their agents among us anymore, because there are so many extremists running around that a few are bound to do something stupid. Like burn a church. Or shoot at military. And that’s all the enemies of Islam need. A few examples to show the whole world what Islamic rule will mean - destruction and oppression of any who disagree. So any extremists who do these actions MUST be stopped. Fight against them too, in addition to the Oppressors. These extremists like AlCIAda are more harmful to the Islamic movements than the occupying forces are. They are the reason people hate and fear Islamic rule. People shouldn’t fear Islamic rule. People should feel safe under Muslim rule. Their homes, families, places of worship, all should be protected. Only those who spread evil and corruption like criminals should feel scared. Only those who oppress the masses and steal the wealth from them, and rule by tyranny. Ordinary people shouldn’t feel scared, whether Muslim, Christian, or Jew. So learn Islam. And before you ever do something violent out of anger, rage, extreme emotion… Ask yourself is this really going to benefit The Muslims? Would RasulAllah SAWS act like this? Is this good for the long term? Or will it just cause more chaos, division, destruction, retaliation, and hatred and mistrust towards Muslims?
Aug 14, 2013 / 16 notes

Be patient oh Muslims worldwide going through massive fitna and oppression, struggling for “democracy” or “freedom” or “Sharia”. Victory will only come with patient and not through emotional impulsive actions. Violence will work against you 95% plus of the time in this modern age. Look how often RasulAllah SAWS was patient, didn’t use violence, only used it was it was a must, and even when he was in power and conquered Makkah how he refrained from retaliation! And he is our best example. It’s not permitted to curse or attack someone because they are Shia, or Christian, or secular, or Jewish… Be wise oh Muslims. Be wise. Think long term strategy. The kuffar don’t even need to send their agents among us anymore, because there are so many extremists running around that a few are bound to do something stupid. Like burn a church. Or shoot at military. And that’s all the enemies of Islam need. A few examples to show the whole world what Islamic rule will mean - destruction and oppression of any who disagree. So any extremists who do these actions MUST be stopped. Fight against them too, in addition to the Oppressors. These extremists like AlCIAda are more harmful to the Islamic movements than the occupying forces are. They are the reason people hate and fear Islamic rule. People shouldn’t fear Islamic rule. People should feel safe under Muslim rule. Their homes, families, places of worship, all should be protected. Only those who spread evil and corruption like criminals should feel scared. Only those who oppress the masses and steal the wealth from them, and rule by tyranny. Ordinary people shouldn’t feel scared, whether Muslim, Christian, or Jew. So learn Islam. And before you ever do something violent out of anger, rage, extreme emotion… Ask yourself is this really going to benefit The Muslims? Would RasulAllah SAWS act like this? Is this good for the long term? Or will it just cause more chaos, division, destruction, retaliation, and hatred and mistrust towards Muslims?

Scum of Earth attacking women in niqab. Allahu Akbar. In last post I was slightly innacurate, it’s probably just hundreds being killed, not thousands… Just thousands being wounded all over the country. Oh Muslims of Egypt! Be smart. Don’t act violently in retaliation! That will not benefit you, it will only make Military crack down harder and give them more legitimacy to do so. Don’t fire on police or military. Don’t attack Christians or burn Churches. Don’t let your anger and seeking vengeance take over you! That’s what they Shaytaan wants! That’s what illuminati want! So you destroy Egypt too! Stand together, stand united, stand peacefully. Take the bullets in your chests, and return it with the Shahadah on your lips. “La illaha illa Allah”. You will be a Shaheed, and those who harm and kill you will have innocent blood on their hands. Oh Muslim Brotherhood supporters! Stay patient! Stay calm! Don’t seek vengeance! Violence is not the solution! Stop any among you who are using violence! Stop them!  Be patient oh Muslimoon! Victory is with Allah! Be patient and persevere like RasulAllah SAWS. Victory is a promise from Allah. Your tears, sweat, and blood and not unnoticed by the angels! They count every drop! Every drop! Every drop!
Aug 14, 2013 / 44 notes

Scum of Earth attacking women in niqab. Allahu Akbar. In last post I was slightly innacurate, it’s probably just hundreds being killed, not thousands… Just thousands being wounded all over the country. Oh Muslims of Egypt! Be smart. Don’t act violently in retaliation! That will not benefit you, it will only make Military crack down harder and give them more legitimacy to do so. Don’t fire on police or military. Don’t attack Christians or burn Churches. Don’t let your anger and seeking vengeance take over you! That’s what they Shaytaan wants! That’s what illuminati want! So you destroy Egypt too! Stand together, stand united, stand peacefully. Take the bullets in your chests, and return it with the Shahadah on your lips. “La illaha illa Allah”. You will be a Shaheed, and those who harm and kill you will have innocent blood on their hands. Oh Muslim Brotherhood supporters! Stay patient! Stay calm! Don’t seek vengeance! Violence is not the solution! Stop any among you who are using violence! Stop them! Be patient oh Muslimoon! Victory is with Allah! Be patient and persevere like RasulAllah SAWS. Victory is a promise from Allah. Your tears, sweat, and blood and not unnoticed by the angels! They count every drop! Every drop! Every drop!

Don’t forget the innocent people of Syria in your prayers. You don’t have to choose sides in this bloody chaotic situation. Pray that on both sides of the fighting they avoid extremism. On both sides. Pray that civilian casualties and destruction are minimized. Pray that those with good intentions are rewarded for their intentions, and those who are extremists who transgress all bounds will be the recipients of their actions as well. And again, pray for the innocent lives hurt and lost in this bloody situation. Pray for the Muslims all over the world in war zones and stryfe - Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Palestine, Egypt, Burma, Libya, Mali, Pakistan, Chechnya, and I know I’m leaving many more out but pray for them too.
Aug 14, 2013 / 92 notes

Don’t forget the innocent people of Syria in your prayers. You don’t have to choose sides in this bloody chaotic situation. Pray that on both sides of the fighting they avoid extremism. On both sides. Pray that civilian casualties and destruction are minimized. Pray that those with good intentions are rewarded for their intentions, and those who are extremists who transgress all bounds will be the recipients of their actions as well. And again, pray for the innocent lives hurt and lost in this bloody situation. Pray for the Muslims all over the world in war zones and stryfe - Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Palestine, Egypt, Burma, Libya, Mali, Pakistan, Chechnya, and I know I’m leaving many more out but pray for them too.

Aug 8, 2013 / 27 notes

Mesut Kurdis - Burdah

This is one of my favourite nasheeds, and Mesut Kurdis and Sami Yusuf have made it that much more memorable.

Illuminati minion wishes you all Eid Mubarak! He got sick of working for Dajjal, and he was following my page for a while to see how Muslims think, then he ended up accepting Islam. :) This is our big HOLYday, so lets all celebrate making it another year, another Ramadan. For those of us who missed any days fasting, lets make sure we make it up in the coming year. I know I’m going to start fasting more often, maybe like once a week. I really felt the benefits this year more than ever before. I will miss you Ramadan! I hope to see you again! So everyone put on your nicest clothes and go to the masjid, relax and take a well deserved breath of relief… It’s a jubilant day for Muslims all over the dunya… Smile and be happy. InshaAllah the coming year is better than the last, inshaAllah we all stay higher in iman and good deeds. Now since Ramadans over (almost for some), our iman might fall a bit, but that’s normal. Don’t let it fall too much! Let do all we can to keep it high! And stay coming to the masjid at LEAST once a week, the more the better. If we all are always going then every day will be like Ramadan! Don’t wait till next Ramadan to become religious again! Keep it going!  May Allah forgive us our sins, grant us our dua (He knows what’s best), and grant us Jannah, AMEEN!
Aug 8, 2013 / 73 notes

Illuminati minion wishes you all Eid Mubarak! He got sick of working for Dajjal, and he was following my page for a while to see how Muslims think, then he ended up accepting Islam. :) This is our big HOLYday, so lets all celebrate making it another year, another Ramadan. For those of us who missed any days fasting, lets make sure we make it up in the coming year. I know I’m going to start fasting more often, maybe like once a week. I really felt the benefits this year more than ever before. I will miss you Ramadan! I hope to see you again! So everyone put on your nicest clothes and go to the masjid, relax and take a well deserved breath of relief… It’s a jubilant day for Muslims all over the dunya… Smile and be happy. InshaAllah the coming year is better than the last, inshaAllah we all stay higher in iman and good deeds. Now since Ramadans over (almost for some), our iman might fall a bit, but that’s normal. Don’t let it fall too much! Let do all we can to keep it high! And stay coming to the masjid at LEAST once a week, the more the better. If we all are always going then every day will be like Ramadan! Don’t wait till next Ramadan to become religious again! Keep it going! May Allah forgive us our sins, grant us our dua (He knows what’s best), and grant us Jannah, AMEEN!

After Morsi fell Assad was boasting about how he was still in office. He doesn’t notice that the Arab world and some of his close, personal friends have all turned against him. He doesn’t realize that a war that has been going on for just two years has killed over 100,000 people. He fails to notice that he now needs foreign troops to help him fight a battle on his own soil. He doesn’t remember his top aides getting killed. Assad is delusional, and boasting about how he’s still in office is like an ant with no limbs boasting about how it’s still alive.
Aug 5, 2013 / 13 notes

After Morsi fell Assad was boasting about how he was still in office. He doesn’t notice that the Arab world and some of his close, personal friends have all turned against him. He doesn’t realize that a war that has been going on for just two years has killed over 100,000 people. He fails to notice that he now needs foreign troops to help him fight a battle on his own soil. He doesn’t remember his top aides getting killed. Assad is delusional, and boasting about how he’s still in office is like an ant with no limbs boasting about how it’s still alive.

muftimenk : Attitude can take away your beauty no matter how good looking you are or it could enhance your beauty, making you adorable.
Aug 4, 2013 / 47 notes

muftimenk : Attitude can take away your beauty no matter how good looking you are or it could enhance your beauty, making you adorable.

Aug 4, 2013 / 34 notes
palsyria:

25TH OF RAMADAN MARKS THE END OF THE MONGOLIAN EMPIRE! ON THIS DAY WE REMEMBER THE BATTLE OF AYN JALUT ! ALLAHU AKBAR!! 
The Battle of Ain Jalut (or Ayn Jalut, in Arabic: عين جالوت, the “Spring of Goliath”) took place on the 25th of Ramadan , 3 September 1260 between Mamluks and the Mongols in eastern Galilee, in the Jezreel Valley, not far from Ein Harod. The battle marked the high-water point of Mongol conquests, and was the first time a Mongol advance had ever been decisively beaten back in direct combat on the battlefield.

After previous battlefield defeats, the Mongols had always returned and avenged their loss, ultimately defeating their enemies. The Battle of Ain Jalut marked the first time they were unable to do so. The Mongol Ilkhanate leader Hulagu Khan was not able to advance into Egypt, and the Khanate he established in Persia was only able to defeat the Mamluks once in subsequent expeditions, briefly reoccupying Syria and parts of Galilee for a few months in 1300.
Aug 3, 2013 / 42 notes

palsyria:

25TH OF RAMADAN MARKS THE END OF THE MONGOLIAN EMPIRE! ON THIS DAY WE REMEMBER THE BATTLE OF AYN JALUT ! ALLAHU AKBAR!!
The Battle of Ain Jalut (or Ayn Jalut, in Arabic: عين جالوت, the “Spring of Goliath”) took place on the 25th of Ramadan , 3 September 1260 between Mamluks and the Mongols in eastern Galilee, in the Jezreel Valley, not far from Ein Harod. The battle marked the high-water point of Mongol conquests, and was the first time a Mongol advance had ever been decisively beaten back in direct combat on the battlefield.

After previous battlefield defeats, the Mongols had always returned and avenged their loss, ultimately defeating their enemies. The Battle of Ain Jalut marked the first time they were unable to do so. The Mongol Ilkhanate leader Hulagu Khan was not able to advance into Egypt, and the Khanate he established in Persia was only able to defeat the Mamluks once in subsequent expeditions, briefly reoccupying Syria and parts of Galilee for a few months in 1300.

(via whysunni)