Islām is the religion of justice, not equality. Allāh orders justice, not equality.

Sh. Ibn Uthaymīn رحمه الله

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Si le Din est dans ton cœur, cela se verra dans tes actes, ça ne suffit pas de prétendre que tu es musulman.
Sheikh Salih Al Fawzan (via islamuslim)
Son of Adam; you seek the world as if your very life depended on it and you seek the Hereafter as if you have no need of it! You will acquire what you need from this world even if you do not run after it, but you will only attain the Hereafter if you run after it. So be aware of your true condition!
Yahyaa Ibn Mu’aadh Al-Raazee rahimahullaah [“The Journey Of The Strangers”, By Al-Aajurree, p. 67] (via bu-hashem)

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Abdullaah Ibn Mas’ood radi-Allaahu ‘anhu related that Allah’s Messenger sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam said: “Whoever has an atoms worth of kibr (pride) in his heart will not enter Paradise.” So a man said: What about a person who loves (i.e. takes pride in) wearing beautiful clothes and beautiful shoes? So he replied: “Indeed Allah is beautiful and loves beauty. Kibr (pride) is to reject the truth, and to despise the people.”


From Bahjatul-Quloobul- Abraar (pp. 156-158)

(Sahih Muslim Book 040, Hadith Number 6791)


Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The people most loved by me from amongst my Ummah would be those who would come after me but everyone amongst them would have the keenest desire to catch a glimpse of me even at the cost of his family and wealth.

By Allaah! It is not permissible for you to even hurt a dog or a swine except for a just cause. So how can you hurt a Muslim?

Imaam al-Fudayl ibn ‘Iyaad رحمه الله

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