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I'm Ana • Still in the running to be a better muslimah • Just love reblogging • Sometime posting • Often crying •

Jul 8

Hidup susah tak pa, jangan hidup menyusahkan orang dah la.. 😠😡😤


Jul 6

Lelaki geek. Followed me on ig. Allahu… Nak nangis jap 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 happy sangat!

Ehem.. thanks! *Trying to be cool*


Jun 26

May 31

The Light in Her Eyes (2011)


gadistudunglabuh:

“‎I fear the day when the disbelievers are proud of their falsehood
and
the Muslims are shy of their faith.”
—  Umar ibn Al-Khattab (radiAllaahu anhu)

gadistudunglabuh:

“‎I fear the day when the disbelievers are proud of their falsehood

and

the Muslims are shy of their faith.”

Umar ibn Al-Khattab (radiAllaahu anhu)


“ALLAH “Call” kita 5 kali sehari.
Jgn sampai Allah panggil kita untuk tinggalkan dunia buat selamanya.
Masa tu tiada Hi,
please call me back”
(via gadistudunglabuh)

Musuh Utama Manusia.
HAWA NAFSU.

Senjatanya BERCAKAP,
Penjaranya ialah DIAM.

(via gadistudunglabuh)


May 26
lionofallah:

Normally when you are making Dawah to your friends or relatives, to pray five times daily or to start practicing Hijab etc etc…most of them will respond by saying,”pray that Allah guides us” or “I’ll do it whenever Allah guides me”!!
They mean after hearing the proofs and the truth…most of all after having the Quran as our guide….they still wait for guidance..without even trying to get it???

In various verses of the Quran a phrase "yahdee man yashaa" or "yahdee man yureedu" 22:16) appears which is commonly translated as "He (Allah) guides those whom He Wills"

This is misunderstood by many muslims that if guidance depends upon Allah’s Will, then there is nothing one can do about it. There is no use of making any effort to attain guidance- When Allah shall Will, we will be guided. If Allah shall not Will, we cannot attain guidance no matter how much we strive for it.
Although the phrase "yahdee man yashaa"is usually translated as "He guides those whom He Wills", it is perfectly correct, according to the Arabic Grammar, to translate this phrase as ”He guides those who will (to be guided)”. But this does not remove the basic confusion i.e. Does Allah guide all those who will to be guided? Or there is something that we “must do” in order to attain guidance? In other words, are there any rules or laws or criteria according to which the guidance is attained or Does Allah just select some people randomly to guide?? Auzu Billah#FoodForThoughtwww.LionOfAllah.com

lionofallah:

Normally when you are making Dawah to your friends or relatives, to pray five times daily or to start practicing Hijab etc etc…most of them will respond by saying,”pray that Allah guides us” or “I’ll do it whenever Allah guides me”!!

They mean after hearing the proofs and the truth…most of all after having the Quran as our guide….they still wait for guidance..without even trying to get it???

In various verses of the Quran a phrase "yahdee man yashaa" or "yahdee man yureedu" 22:16) appears which is commonly translated as "He (Allah) guides those whom He Wills"

This is misunderstood by many muslims that if guidance depends upon Allah’s Will, then there is nothing one can do about it. There is no use of making any effort to attain guidance- When Allah shall Will, we will be guided. If Allah shall not Will, we cannot attain guidance no matter how much we strive for it.

Although the phrase "yahdee man yashaa"is usually translated as "He guides those whom He Wills", it is perfectly correct, according to the Arabic Grammar, to translate this phrase as ”He guides those who will (to be guided)”. But this does not remove the basic confusion i.e. Does Allah guide all those who will to be guided? Or there is something that we “must do” in order to attain guidance? In other words, are there any rules or laws or criteria according to which the guidance is attained or Does Allah just select some people randomly to guide?? Auzu Billah

#FoodForThought

www.LionOfAllah.com


Beware Muslimah, Do not marry 7 types of men:

pea-r-ls:

1. A man that can not provide for you.
2. A man that is not Muslim.
3. A man that does not pray.
4. A man that is not capable of loving you.
5. A man that wants dowry.
6. A man whose character and deen do not please you.
7. A man who does not love you for the sake of ALLAH (God), rather loves to show you off and for you to reveal your beauty to other men.

Dear ladies..

(via findingallah)


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