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Ibn al-Qayyim رحمه الله:

‎“How strange does it seem, that these tests. which weigh a ton on our chest today will one day elevate us. Elevate us so high, that we will thank Allāh. We will thank Him for testing us, for loving us and for giving us more than anyone could imagine.”

- Al-Fawa’īd | Pg. 119
Eid Mubarak to the Muslim Ummah!

Muslim Memo wishes you and your family a blessed and joyful Eid al-Adha.

Please remember the oppressed, the poor, the orphans, the wrongly imprisoned, and their families in your prayers.
Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed, luminous, healthy and healing New Year.

May this new year which marks 1444 years since the migration of the Prophet ﷺ from Mecca to Medina and the birth of the community of believers be a year filled with goodness, guidance and grace for you, and may Allah Almighty keep you and your loved ones safe, supported, sustained, united and in health and harmony.
On this day (July 31, 1658), Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir I ascended the Mughal throne.

He ruled over almost the entire South Asian region for 49 years.
New photos from inside the Ka'bah.
On this day, November 9, 1877, famous Muslim thinker, philosopher, and Urdu and Farsi poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal was born in Sialkot, Punjab, British India (present-day Pakistan).

After paying his visit to the Great Masjid of Cordoba (that had been converted into a Church), Iqbal wrote a poem called Masjid e Qurtuba that was later published in his collection Baal e Jibril (The Wings of Gabriel) in 1936 CE. A couplet from that poem is as follows:

اے حرم قرطبہ عشق سے تیرا وجود
عشق سراپا دوام جس میں نہیں رفت و بود

Ae Haram-E-Qurtuba! Ishq Se Tera Wujood
Ishq Sarapa Dawam, Jis Mein Nahin Raft-o-Bood

English Translation:
To Love, you owe your being, O, Harem of Cordoba,
To Love, that is eternal; Never waning, never fading.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino calling out the the double standards and hypocrisy of the West: “I am European. For what we have been doing for 3000 years around the world, we should be apologising for the next 3000 years before giving moral lessons."

He also said: “If you can't drink beer for three hours, I think you can survive. There are many countries that ban alcohol in stadiums, like France, but since it's a Muslim country, that's a problem."
Christmas in Saudi Arabia...
Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims around the globe. 🌟

#ramadan #ramadanmubarak