This somehow was one of the most beautiful pictures I have ever seen! It says so much! It reminded me of my parents! How they pray together everyday! I hope to get this with my wife someday! Where we can pray together to Almighty Allah and together get closer to him and his mercy! May Allah all accept us into the fold of His eternal love! This is such a beautiful representation of the wonderful relationship between a husband and wife according to Islam! Till next time folks! cheers!
THAT’S SUCH A FUCKING NICE SHIRT WHO THE FUCK DOES THIS LIKE I OWN THAT SHIRT AND IT’S SO COMFY AND WHAT A FUCKIN WASTE THAT IS SUCH A GOOD SHIRT DO YOU THINK YOU’RE COOOOOOL BECAUSE YOU CAN RIP A CAPTAIN AMERICA SHIRT BECAUSE I’D LIKE TO SEE YOU FIGHT SOME NAZIS THEN WE CAN TALK MR SHIRT RIPPER
this is like when you’re sitting with someone that you really like then you like touch knees or something and all of a sudden you feel all this energy going through both of you through this one point of contact
Today in history: May 14, 1970 - The Jackson State killings occurred at Jackson State College (now Jackson State University), a Historically Black College in Jackson, Mississippi.
A group of student protesters against the Vietnam War, specifically the U.S. invasion of Cambodia, were confronted by city and state police. The police opened fire, killing two students, Phillip Gibbs and James Earl Green, and injuring twelve. More than 140 rounds were fired by a reported 40 state highway patrolmen using shotguns at about 30 to 50 feet. Every window on the narrow side of the building on Lynch Street was blown out.
The Jackson State killings happened only 10 days after National Guardsmen killed four students in similar protests at Kent State University in Ohio. Despite the similarities of the two incidents, the Jackson State killings received less attention than the Kent State killings.
(image: Phillip Gibbs and James Earl Green, killed at Jackson State)
Via Freedom Road Socialist Organization (Fight Back!)