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My name is Hana. It means happiness in Arabic. I'm Sunni, Palestinian and way too outspoken for my own good. I like abaya, reading, plums and bunnies. My family is fala7i like no other. And even though I love being Khalili, I love all my ummah :)

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what a beautiful day to not be in high school

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colinmorgasms:

what if obama does the ice bucket challenge and nominates queen elizabeth

what if obama actually talks about what’s going on in ferguson

what if obama stopped exterminating the middle eastern population with drones

what if obama stopped kissing Israel’s ass and condemns them for all the war crimes they have committed


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The 82 year old Khalil walked 3 days to save his grandson from IS/ISIS. They only have each other now.
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The Effects of a Pleasant Smile
Regarding the hadeeth where the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

“Do not look down on any act of kindness, even if it is just meeting your brother with a pleasant smile on your face.” [Saheeh Muslim]

Ibn ‘Uthaymeen said:
“A pleasant smile causes people to become happy, wins over their love and affection, and leads to both parties having good thoughts of each other. Just try it and you will see.
However, were you to frown upon the people, they would stay away from you and not feel comfortable sitting with you nor talking to you.
You may even become afflicted with a dangerous condition: high blood pressure. Having a tranquil chest and a pleasant smile is the most wholesome remedy and the best preventative measure for this condition. For this reason, physicians advice people who have this condition to stay away from what disturbs and angers them, since those things only agitate this condition.
A pleasant smile actually has a remedial effect on this condition, since it leads to a tranquil chest, and it causes others to love you.”
Source: “Upright Moral Character”, by Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, p. 49
"There is more blood than water flowing here in Gaza."

A German journalist in response to the water supply shortages caused by the incessant airstrikes. (via transparent-flowers)

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