I dreamt of missiles, falling from behind erected walls. Gray and weak like pebbles, causing no harm. But suddenly they came down stronger, like hail of a winter storm. Like blue tears, splashing on yellow walls, changing green. Like rejuvenated life. Like the colors of hope. Resist. Resist. You will remain and exist. 

nadeemarouh:

'Don't beg for sympathy from a cruel world, rise and resist'

Soa’afat, Jerusalem. شعفاط، القدس

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standwithpalestine:

A beautiful gesture from Lebanon - names of Palestinians killed by Israel in the last two weeks were hung on huge banners in Raouché, Beirut during a demonstration against the latest Zionist assault on Gaza, July 22, 2014. Protesters also threw flowers into the sea. Over 600 people have been killed (as of the morning of July 23, 2014), at least 25% of whom were children.

(Photos: Jamal Saidi / Reuters)

artapparent:

وَمَا أَدْرَاكَ مَا لَيْلَةُ الْقَدْرِ

Nato Re-surfaced map of the “New Middle East”

The term “New Middle East” was introduced to the world in June 2006 in Tel Aviv by U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (who was credited by the Western media for coining the term) in replacement of the older and more imposing term, the “Greater Middle East.”
This shift in foreign policy phraseology coincided with the inauguration of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) Oil Terminal in the Eastern Mediterranean. The term and conceptualization of the “New Middle East,” was subsequently heralded by the U.S. Secretary of State and the Israeli Prime Minister at the height of  the Anglo-American sponsored Israeli siege of Lebanon. Prime Minister Olmert and Secretary Rice had informed the international media that a project for a “New Middle East” was being launched from Lebanon. 
This announcement was a confirmation of an Anglo-American-Israeli “military roadmap” in the Middle East. This project, which has been in the  planning stages for several years, consists in creating an arc of instability, chaos, and violence extending from Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria to Iraq, the Persian Gulf, Iran, and the borders of NATO-garrisoned Afghanistan.

دل به دل راه داره
There is telepathy between hearts

This is an Afghan proverb. (via analyticalmuslim)

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May your fasts be accepted. O’ most honourable of people, we ask for your prayers.

-Your sons, striving in God’s way
7/7/14

Why do we think Imam Ali (as) is a perfect human being?

Because he felt society’s pain, and his ‘I’ had become ‘we’. His personality attracted all others. He was not an individual separated from others. He was a limb or an organ of a whole body. He himself said that a pain in one part of society, as in a body, made itself felt in the other parts, one of which was himself…

….[Imam Ali] describes his own life and says that he felt other people’s pain more than his own, and their pain prevented him from feeling his own. His words show that he was a truly learned and wise sage. Yet the reason why we honor him so deeply is not only because of his wide knowledge, but because he was human.

Shaheed Mutahhari (r)

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ali-adeli:

Iraq, Al Najaf Al Ashraf, Imam Ali Holy Shrine. 

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hmdoch:

My Lord, indeed I have wronged myself, so forgive me

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The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you. Don’t go back to sleep.

Rumi (via momnaaaa)

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When our Prophet (s) was asked how man could enjoy the favors and good grace of proximity to and mercy of Allah, he quoted Prophet Musa’s (as) supplication:

“Oh My God, I seek proximity to You,” Allah said: Proximity to Me is for him who stays awake on Laylatul Qadr

“Oh My God, I am in need of Your Mercy,” He said: My Mercy is for him who shows mercy to the poor on Laylatul Qadr

“Oh My God, I am in need of the passport to cross the bridge,” He said: that is for him who give alms on Laylatul Qadr

“Oh My God, I am in need of the trees in Paradise and their fruits,” He said: that is for him who seeks forgiveness on Laylatul Qadr

“Oh My God, I seek deliverance from fire,” He said: that is for him who remembers Allah on Laylatul Qadr

“Oh My God, I seek Your good pleasure,” He said: that is for him who says a two rakat prayer on Laylatul Qadr

الزمن غدار

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eluciidate:

this is how I would doctor

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