…Four years ago, “I can’t breathe” were the same last words that Eric Garner uttered when he was placed in a choke hold by New York Police and died. #ICantBreathe soon became a part of the #BlackLivesMatter rallying cry against American racism and police brutality. Last month, after news broke about Khashoggi’s last moments, #ICantBreathe became a hashtag in Arabic Twitter, with users sharing stories about living under the weight of dictatorships and censorship in the Middle East…..more: washingtonpost.com
Rasulullah Salallahu Alaihi Wasallam said, “When you stand for Salaah then perform Salaah like a person bidding farewell (to everything besides Allah Ta’ala), and don’t utter such words for which you will have to present an excuse tomorrow (on the day of Qiyaamah), and make a firm determination to be despondent (not to desire) of what people possess.” (Authentic Hadith/Ibn Majah)
“The Mouse And The Frog” The following is a story that originated from Africa. Once upon a time lived a mouse and a frog who were the best of friends. The frog liked to talk to his mouse friend so…
“And if you were to count Allah’s favors, you would not be able to number them…”MORE: islamtoday
This guy was empoisoned. But we want Alexandre to be the last one to have a criminal act like that. We want to stop it. One of the definitions of madness is to do exactly the same thing and expect a different result.
If we do exactly the same thing, my friends, we will have exactly the same result. Are we happy with the result? Are we happy with six dead, five wounded, 17 orphans, six widows and a destroyed family which is the family of Alexandre Bissonnette and maybe his friends too?