Proud to be a muslimah
My name is Nadia.

I come from
Strasbourg, France
Proud to be a muslimah

islamiyet:

Airports in JAPAN becoming MUSLIM FRIENDLY 

MASHA ALLAH ♡
ALHAMDULILLAH ♡

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zulalemraad:

mukolina:

ovvv

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morethanphotography:

Magic Light in Norway by runeoveras

tect0nic:

Aurora Over The Trees Of Churchill Manitoba by David Marx via 500px.

queennubian:

carnivaloftherandom:

eshusplayground:

annadraconida:

boxlunches:

slightly-insane-black-cat:

thatbloodredreaper:

yarrahs-life:

American History 101

truth. i honestly dont give a rats ass if you unfollow me for this. learn the truth, sometimes the truth hurts. 

^

Reblogging for the gif about shrinking Native American territories. Just look at the huge difference between 1860 and 1870. In just ten years.

This is one of the best posts on Tumblr.

Rule One: History is written by the victors. 

Rule Two: The victors will lie to make themselves look better. 

Rule Three: We have an obligation to dig deeper than our textbooks. 

Rule Four: Do not trust a textbook that can be rewritten based on the Texas Schoolboard’s political agenda, to reflect reality. 

For random ass ankhs demanding we suddenly decolonize our minds overnight.

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marleyfly:

ecue:

anoncentral:

The American Justice System - zoom pic > read it > share it everywhere you can.

aahh. the ‘troubled young man’ vs. ‘muslim terrorist’.

sometimes i’m just like: fuck the legal justice in america. humanity fails again. 

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superhanallah:

Interpretation 

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thepeacefulterrorist:

Members of the Neturei Karta (An anti-zionist rabbies movement) were burning Israeli flags Wednesday in protest against Israel’s 61st anniversary of statehood.

The protest took place during a ceremony in Beit Shemesh, near Jerusalem. Protestors carried signs saying: “We mourn Israel’s 61 years of existence”.

Beit Shemesh is home to dozens of families belonging to the Neturei Karta faith, which does not recognize Israel’s legitimacy. Followers of the faith believe a sectarian Jewish state is blasphemous and detrimental to the coming of the Messiah.