hungryhungryhiba:

read closely. (it was pretty tricky to take this picture, left israeli supporters and police a little confused)

hungryhungryhiba:

read closely. (it was pretty tricky to take this picture, left israeli supporters and police a little confused)

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Chanel-and-Louboutins:

"somewhere between you aint shit and i still think about ya"

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paintedlandscape:

Somehow he’s the only actor who managed to pull off the overdramatic villain yell without me snickering quietly into the collar of my shirt.

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undeadthug:

where do grandmas and aunties even buy this shit? It’s not in stores???do they have a dealer who sells to them???? 

ok but really

fileformat:

undeadthug:

where do grandmas and aunties even buy this shit? It’s not in stores???do they have a dealer who sells to them???? 

ok but really

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hungryhungryhiba:

sometimes when im constipated, my brother will announce to everyone “beethoven’s last movement was three days ago!!!”

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dingdongyouarewrong:

date a tall boy with black hair. date a boy who will hate the world with you. date a boy who drinks tea and will sit with you by the fire. date a boy with honour. date a boy who needs to capture the avatar to restore his honour. date prince zuko.

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Although the Quran “[a]llows a believer to abstain from fasting if he or she is far from home or involved in strenuous work,” many enslaved Muslims demonstrated transcendent piety by choosing to fast while bonded. In addition to abstaining from food and drink, enslaved Muslims held holy month prayers in slave quarters, and put together iftars - meals at sundown to break the fast - that brought observing Muslims together. These prayers and iftars violated slave codes restricting assembly of any kind.

For instance, the Virginia Slave Code of 1723 considered the assembly of five slaves as an “unlawful and tumultuous meeting”, convened to plot rebellion attempts. Every state in the south codified similar laws barring slave assemblages, which disparately impacted enslaved African Muslims observing the Holy Month.

Therefore, practicing Islam and observing Ramadan and its fundamental rituals, for enslaved Muslims in antebellum America, necessitated the violation of slave codes. This exposed them to barbaric punishment, injury, and oftentimes, even death. However, the courage to observe the holy month while bonded, and in the face of grave risk, highlights the supreme piety of many enslaved Muslims.

Ramadan was widely observed by enslaved Muslims. Yet, this history is largely ignored by Muslim American leaders and laypeople alike - and erased from the modern Muslim American narrative.

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muslimmafia:

picking up Muslim girls at Iftar time because that’s when they’re the thirstiest

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  1. (at red wedding) (rains of castamere starts playing)
  2. Robb: i came out tonight to have a good time and i’m honestly feeling so attacked right now
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