thinktwicetrue:


"Be like the flower that gives its fragrance to even the hand that crushes it.”
- Imam Ali (a)

The symbolism though… This is so powerful…

thinktwicetrue:

"Be like the flower that gives its fragrance to even the hand that crushes it.”

- Imam Ali (a)

The symbolism though… This is so powerful…

(Source: kristina-neumann, via deen-over-dunyaa)

eshghe-khodayi:

Love it 💚
muntezirbiraderler:

A Bahraini Shiite Muslim girl stands in front of a portraits of detained political activists in the village of Sanabis, west of Manama, on Nov. 9, 2013.

muntezirbiraderler:

A Bahraini Shiite Muslim girl stands in front of a portraits of detained political activists in the village of Sanabis, west of Manama, on Nov. 9, 2013.

(via thejourneyofkarbala)

karballa:

A shiite man carries a flag stained with blood as he walks along with tens of thousands of iraqis on their way to the central city of karbala through a sand storm on april 19, 2003. Thousands of faithful took part in a passionate observance of a religious pilgrimage banned for a quarter of a century under saddam hussain regime

karballa:

A shiite man carries a flag stained with blood as he walks along with tens of thousands of iraqis on their way to the central city of karbala through a sand storm on april 19, 2003. Thousands of faithful took part in a passionate observance of a religious pilgrimage banned for a quarter of a century under saddam hussain regime

(via thejourneyofkarbala)

fatimaaboturab:

baynalharamain:

I dream of standing Between the Two Shrines
Pained over who I shall visit first
Aba Abdillahi al Hussain
or Abal Fadl who bore his master’s flag
I dream of kneeling Between the Two Shrines
The holy sands of Karbala swirling about me
Enveloping me, pulling my heart to Husain and then to Abbas
To Abbas and then to Husain
I dream of prostrating Between the two Shrines
Only to rise and find that I am beside my Imam
1372 years ago
My sword unsheathed
And my soul ready to meet its Lord

I

fatimaaboturab:

baynalharamain:

I dream of standing Between the Two Shrines

Pained over who I shall visit first

Aba Abdillahi al Hussain

or Abal Fadl who bore his master’s flag

I dream of kneeling Between the Two Shrines

The holy sands of Karbala swirling about me

Enveloping me, pulling my heart to Husain and then to Abbas

To Abbas and then to Husain

I dream of prostrating Between the two Shrines

Only to rise and find that I am beside my Imam

1372 years ago

My sword unsheathed

And my soul ready to meet its Lord

I

(via faithunitydiscipline)

1religion1ummah:

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) ﷺ said: An Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab and a white man has no superiority over a black man, not a black man over a white man - expect by piety and good actions.”

1religion1ummah:

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) ﷺ said: An Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab and a white man has no superiority over a black man, not a black man over a white man - expect by piety and good actions.

(via ahlulbayt-saviour)

muostafasami:

s-loveyoutilltheend-x:

علي مع الحق والحق مع علي Ali (ع) is with the Truth and the Truth is with Ali ❤️

السلام عليك يا امام الانسانية

muostafasami:

s-loveyoutilltheend-x:

علي مع الحق والحق مع علي
Ali (ع) is with the Truth and the Truth is with Ali ❤️

السلام عليك يا امام الانسانية

(via eternaldreams313)

sogandzakerhaghighi:

In the battle of Khaybar, imam Ali (as) wasn’t fighting. He was facing the pain of a terrible injury to his eye and a horrible migraine. It was uncommon for him to not fight, but he needed the rest.

One by one, the companions of RasulAllah (saww) would take the banner of Islam and go towards…

sogandzakerhaghighi:

In the battle of Khaybar, the deadliest warrior on the side of the opposition was a man named Marhab.
He was so confident that nobody could bring him down! And his success so far, had proven his point.
But then he saw a man approaching the battlefield…
Marhab took steps back. He, out of defence called out, “My mother called me Marhab!”
The man across the field replied, “My mother called me Haidar.”
Marhab recalled the time that his mother had warned him of the man named Haidar…
Ya Haidar ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

sogandzakerhaghighi:

In the battle of Khaybar, the deadliest warrior on the side of the opposition was a man named Marhab.

He was so confident that nobody could bring him down! And his success so far, had proven his point.

But then he saw a man approaching the battlefield…

Marhab took steps back. He, out of defence called out, “My mother called me Marhab!”

The man across the field replied, “My mother called me Haidar.”

Marhab recalled the time that his mother had warned him of the man named Haidar…

Ya Haidar ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

poetaaj:

Muhammad Al-Mustafa once said,

"Ali is with the Truth and the Truth is with Ali”

So do not associate Ali Al-Murtadha

With those who betrayed Muhammad Al-Mustafa,

and attacked Fatima-Zehra.

Does the Qur’an not say,

"And do not mix the truth with falsehood

or conceal the truth while you know(2:42).

(via zkazmi30)