Hello there!! Asalam Ailkoom!! I am an Arab from Iraq and living in the U.S. My mission is to educate as many people as possible about my religion, Islam, and my domination/sect, Shi'ite or Sheea (to be more correct). I believe in Allah (God), his prophet Mohammad, and Ali (peace be upon them). I believe in the holy Quran and other Abrahamic holy scriptures.

I will post and reblog everything that has to do with Islam and Shia.

Labaik Ya Hussain is an Arabic phrase means in a way like "We are here for you Hussain" Although this isn't the literal meaning but that's what it means, translated to the best of my ability.


I don’t know why but all day today I been repeating in my head: “We are to death, lovers of Hussain!” “Inana lil mot, ooshak el Hussain!”
إننا للموت عشاق الحسين
إننا للموت عشاق الحسين
إننا للموت عشاق الحسين
إننا للموت عشاق الحسين
إننا للموت عشاق الحسين


Quran recitation at Imam Ali Shrine at Najaf Iraq 

Ya rab please grant me and whomever is reading this from the shia to visit the holy city Najaf and visit our beloved Imam. Ya Allah!!

Be a company to the Qur’an and make it your leader and guide, for it’s the word of the Lord of the worlds. It belongs to Him and to Him will it return. Believe in its allegorical verses and take lessons from its parables.

The Messenger of Allah (ص) Nahj al-Fasahah p. 35  (via yaahlulbayt)

(Source: shiaislam)

Watching Karbala TV live during Fajir time (US East Coast 5am). They are showing live footage of the afternoon prayers from Imam Hussain shine (left part of tv screen) and Imam Ali shrine (right part of tv screen). This is my daily routine. I stay up until suhoor time. Finish eating and watch the live footage of the prayers. I wish I was there with them all. I miss home. I miss Karbala and Najaf!! </3 I wish things were safer in Iraq so I could go and visit. InshaAllah things will get better and all of us can go. Pray for Iraq and Middle East! Your prayers while fasting are inshallah answered quickly!


4 - The life of Imam Ali: Birth in the Kaaba - Dr. Sayed Ammar Nakshwani - Ramadhan 1435AH