A Muslim – Surah Faatiha

My favourite recitation of Surah Faatiha of all time. I’ve spent literally days listening to this on repeat without ever getting frustrated or bored, the way you would get if listening to the same song or even nasheed repeatedly to that extent.  I don’t know where this is from, or who is reciting it. I … Continue reading A Muslim – Surah Faatiha

seinedoll replied to your post: Unfollowing anyone that appears to be whoring for… Don’t you unfollow me gentleman! I’m nice. The thought never even crossed my mind! 🙂 Absolutely no intention of doing that any time soon. <3

Unfollowing anyone that appears to be whoring for attention more than they’re sharing thoughts, ideas and other meaningful ‘stuff’ with sincerity. I’m surrounded by enough insincere attention seekers during the day at the office. I refuse to put up with it on my dashboard as well. 

Jilbab wa Hijab Post

muhammadkhairyfarhan: Bismillahir Rahmaanir RaheemMay Allah forgive me for allowing the post of the above mentioned to be spread in tumblr.I told my salafi brother Brother Suhair Abu Muqbil about this and he was slightly upset about it. He said that in giving advice, we should only use the Qur’an and Sunnah as advice and not … Continue reading Jilbab wa Hijab Post

staff:
One of the great things about Tumblr is that people use it for just about every conceivable kind of expression. People being people, though, that means that Tumblr sometimes gets used for things that are just wrong. We are deeply committed to supporting and defending our users’ freedom of speech,…
Definitely support this initiative. Though I’m also two-minded about whether to ban the content outright, or to intervene with a Public Service Announcement. I think the public service announcement should be flagged against the offensive blog for a set period, but if the violation of the policy continues, the blog should be deactivated.  What do you think?

Tumblr Staff: A New Policy Against Self-Harm Blogs

politicaldove: The photo speaks louder than any caption ever could. Background to the photo: It was taken on the 2009 Cast Lead protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London. The gentleman was just stood by the side of the road as hordes of protesters went by, speaking to anyone who had anything to say. … Continue reading

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