We’re gonna do salat al mayyit for Brazil after the game
Anon, I hope you are a Muslim and not some random dude claiming to be (you can’t tell with anon faces) anyway:
I want to say that they do? Where I live, even on my street, there is a very good mix of sunni and shiite. the MSA at a lot of colleges are a mix of the two?
Could there be some bad blood sometimes? Yes. I’ve seen that happen as well, but I don’t think that informs about the entire opinion of just general interactions.
And I’ll be honest I answered this but I don’t know if I’m the best person to answer this because in my day to day life I am not super into the dichotomy of who is shiite and who is sunni (meaning I don’t ask and no one tells so??)
My ten year old cousin made her own bow and arrows (not pictured).
Do Muslim zombies ask for halal
the angel of death wears a shroud of black—
no one has dared to call them oppressed"
my favorite part of the new maleficent movie is all the hijabis showing off their fiercest make up skill bc
our time has come
I really want it to be the first of muharram and I want someone to say “Wow I can’t believe the earth is 1436 years old!” Someone remember this in a few months
"so can I see your hair?"
[I]t did not occur to me that my Muslim-ness and my queerness were supposed to be at war with each other until I started performing these identities in semi-public ways. The exoticization, the Islamophobia, the disbelief at my existence – these are all manifestations of imagined narratives that are projected onto me and do not reflect an innate discordance of being. My queerness and my Muslim-ness do not need to be reconciled mostly because they cannot be disentangled from each other. I can’t remember ever not having been both.