Shout out to all the niqaabis and proper hijaabis who struggle on a daily basis and receive crap from people. ALLAH WILL REWARD YOU. DON’T WORRY ABOUT NOBODY AND DON’T LET SHAITAIN FOOL YOU AND TRICK YOU INTO THE “Wow I have all these other sins I am so hypocritical for even wearing niqaab I should take it off…” nO NO NO WHO KNOWS IT COULD BE THE DEED TO LEAD YOU TO JANNAH
It is amazing that a person knows his Rabb, yet he disobeys Him; and he knows Shaitaan, yet he obeys him.
Ibn Rajab رحمه الله said:
[Lataa’if al-Ma`aarif (1/58)]
I was born in Iraq and I’d never in my life been asked if I was a Sunni or a Shiite. And I didn’t know who among my relatives or neighbors or co-workers or colleagues at school were Sunnis or Shiites, because it wasn’t an issue. It’s not that people were tolerant toward each other — they weren’t aware of sectarian backgrounds. It’s similar to some areas in the US where you don’t necessarily know what Christian sect your friends belong to. You might know, or you might not know. That was before the US intervention. The US destroyed that Iraqi national identity and replaced it with sectarian and ethnic identities after 2003. I don’t think this is something that many Iraqis argue about, because you can trace the beginning of this sectarian strife that is destroying the country, and it clearly began with the US invasion and occupation.Raed Jarrar (via thinksquad)
We are in desperate need of men and women who will sacrifice much for this knowledge. Those that will arise from their beds, while others are sleeping to seek knowledge and worship their lord. Those who, when even walking, review knowledge. Long gone are the times when Muslims would sit for hours, day and night, memorizing, recording, and revising what they read.
But we need them now more than ever.