I'm Fatima and I'm trying this new thing called "Being a better Muslimah" or whatever.
Just going to take it slow and use this blog to remind me of who I am...I mean besides a cynical lesbian Harry Potter addict.

 

hey-tre-hey:

I honestly expected no less from HRC

Though to be fair, my mum doesn’t know I’m a lezzy and she thinks I”m an ally and is still pretty disturbed.

hey-tre-hey:

I honestly expected no less from HRC

Though to be fair, my mum doesn’t know I’m a lezzy and she thinks I”m an ally and is still pretty disturbed.

(Source: concepthuman)

islamispeace:

Prophet Muhammad  said,(صلي الله عليه وسلم)  “There will be in the last of my ummah, scantily dressed women, the hair on the top of their heads like a camel’s hump … “

islamispeace:

Prophet Muhammad said,(صلي الله عليه وسلم) “There will be in the last of my ummah, scantily dressed women, the hair on the top of their heads like a camel’s hump … “

To be gay and Muslim, at times, people will say that it is an oxymoron. But in actuality, it’s a formulation that shows the diversity within Islam; that people can be a variety of backgrounds. The Quran says to look to the nature of the world. And from that, you can see the diversity and understand that Allah’s understanding of the world and the universe in which he created is full of diversity; but you find the oneness, the tauheed unification of all, through those various diverse aspects.

Imam Daiyee Abdullah- Muslim Voices (Indiana University): Being out and being Muslim — a profile of Daayiee Abdullah (via ummkadhim)

(Source: queermuslims)