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I like to post complete irrelevant and random things here.

steptoe:

do you ever talk to someone and feel really happy no matter how shit the conversation is

  • me: [watches five hour-long episodes of a tv show in a row]
  • friend: [sends me a link to an eight minute youtube video]
  • me: what the fuck i dont have time for this
When your best friend makes your day ten folds better ♡  ♡ I love her to bits and pieces

When your best friend makes your day ten folds better ♡ ♡ I love her to bits and pieces

awesometrueanswers:

Say “If Allah Wills”

Anonymous asked:

Apparently women in Islam are supposed to be quiet and shy and not get involved in any matters where discussion is needed, according to some people. I am over 20, the eldest daughter and very outspoken. If something is wrong, I usually speak against it. I don't tolerate bullshit against me or my family and I have many feminist and political views. However my uncle told me that no one will want to marry me because of my views and how I don't have 'haya'. Why is it that everything revolves around

queenfoisback:

continued:

What men want? I don’t care about someone who is not willing to accept me for me. Of course I am willing to compromise on some level but to change my whole personality just so that someone will accept me? I’m not into that. However my uncle really lectured me on this and told me to sort myself out. What do you think about this?

Uggghhhh I have this conversation all the time “if you don’t think men are superior your male hatred will scare men away”

like thats the point???? those are the EXACT MEN I want to scare away!!!

They don’t get it. Their stupid cultural values paint women as some sort of robot that cooks and cleans and spreads her legs open on demand and never says a word unless its to praise her husband. Like gtfo, thats not what the prophet taught. Aishah (RA) was very outspoken, she was the one that taught men what they should and shouldn’t do and she used to question every single action of the prophet. She was very vocal, and always voiced her opinions. Men like to compare us to the women at that time in some matters but they completely dismiss others. Why would Allah give us brains if we weren’t supposed to use them? Why do I have logic and intuition and common sense if Allah wanted me to keep quiet and not voice my thoughts?

Wallah anon, some people have their misogyny so intertwined in their lives and engraved in their minds that they actually think this is what Islam teaches. 

Subhanallah, may Allah guide anyone with such mindsets, and may He send us amazing men who are just as passionate about this as we are. 


Fawad ‘Dapper’ Khan

Fawad ‘Dapper’ Khan

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To miss
someone
is to adore
them from
a distance.

idle-handss:

Sometimes it’s best to just let people go through certain things alone.

muslimmafia:

muslimahrella:

muslimmafia:

pray so hard Shaytaan wanna fine me, but first he gotta find me, what’s a Jinn to a son of Adam can you please remind me

pray so hard, Shaytaan goin cray

she said “can we get nikad in the haaaaaall”
"I said look you need to ruku before you faaaaall
Come and meet me at the masjid waaallll
and show me why I deserve to give your dad a calllll”