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24 Aug





Riccardo Tisci Creative Behind "Watch The Throne" Cover (via StashBox nyc)

24 Aug

Mr wests got taste!

Riccardo Tisci Creative Behind "Watch The Throne" Cover Riccardo Tisci is the Italian creative director of Givenchy, the French couture house. He was responsible for Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative album “Watch The Throne“ artwork. The Deluxe packaging is printed on gold mylar with Tisci’s patterns and also includes an 18-panel poster. “I am honoured to have been asked to be part of this incredible music moment with such amazing artists. I am impressed by the amount of respect they have for music … Read More

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Sometimes, I Wish… (via A Writer's Notepad)

24 Aug


Sometimes, I wish I could write the kind of bland, unexciting, generic stuff that lines the shelves of libraries and bookstores. Here's one about the women in a book club, or a knitting club, or a writing group.  Two sisters open a cupcake shop or an art gallery, or three sisters take a holiday in Ireland or Italy and find romance.  Lifelong friends weather what life throws at them:  cancer, cheating husbands, wayward kids. Seriously?  When I hav … Read More

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Medina Salahaddin S Islam is FREEDOM

24 Aug

By Medina Salahaddin Eton U.K.
“And those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find mentioned in the Torah and the Gospel, bidding them to do what is right and forbidding them what is wrong, making lawful for them the good (things), and forbidding for them the corrupt (things) and relieving them of their burdens, and the fetters that were upon them. Those who believe in him and honour him, and help him and follow the light while has been sent down with him – those are they the successful.”

Holy Qur’an (7:157)

Submission to the will and laws of Allah is the source of all freedom. It liberates the mind, soul, and behaviour from the evil influences of the world. It helps mankind overcome oppressive tyrants, unjust laws, lusts, deviation and psychological complexes which enslave his will. Submission to the will of Allah grants man the right to choose a better way of life, to live his life in a moral and upright way.

Islam was revealed to the Prophet of humanity as merciful, eternal and all powerful. If during his life man submits to the will of Allah, he can depend on His mercy at the time of judgement.

“And We have not sent you but as a mercy to the world.”

Holy Qur’an (21:107)

Medina Salahadin mY FunkY song

24 Aug

Funky Cold Medina” is a hip hop song written by Young MC, Michael L. Ross and Matt Dike,[1] and first performed by Tone Lōc. It was the second single from Lōc’s debut album Lōc-ed After Dark (1989). The single was released on March 18, 1989, and rose to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 the following month. It peaked on the UK Singles Chart at #13 in May of that year.
The song title refers to a fictional aphrodisiac, which is presented in the accompanying video as a steaming love potion. The lyrics tell the tale of Lōc’s initially unsuccessful attempts to attract women. At the suggestion of a barman, he plies his intended with “that medina thing”. He first tests the drink on his dog, who immediately latches onto his leg and attempts to mate with him. Lōc’s subsequent encounters with women also backfire on him; first he attracts a transgender woman,[2] and then a woman intent on marriage from the very first date (recounting his experiences on the game show Love Connection).
After the song became popular, several different mixed drinks were created and named “Funky Cold Medina”.[3] Also, Lōc himself sang a parody of this song at the Epcot animatronic show, Food Rocks. In this show, he portrayed Fud Wrapper, a singing food wrapper, and sang “Always Read the Wrapper”

Hello world! MY names Medina Salahaddin

24 Aug

Medina (English pronunciation: /mɛˈdiːnə/Arabic: المدينة المنورة‎, al-Madīnah al-Munawwarah, “the radiant city” (officially), or المدينة al-Madīnah; also transliterated as Madinah) is a city in the Hejaz region of western Saudi Arabia, and serves as the capital of the Al Madinah Province. It is the second holiest city in Islam, and the burial place of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, and it is historically significant for being his home after theHijrah. Before the advent of Islam, the city was known as Yathrib, but was personally renamed by Muhammad.

Medina is home to the three oldest mosques in Islam, namely; Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (The Prophet’s Mosque),Quba Mosque (the first mosque in Islam’s history),[1] and Masjid al-Qiblatain (the mosque where the qiblawas switched to Mecca).

Because of the Saudi government’s religious policy and concern that historic sites could become the focus for idolatry, much of Medina’s Islamic physical heritage has been destroyed since the beginning of Saudi rule.

The Islamic calendar is based on the emigration of Muhammad and his followers to the city of Medina, which marks the start of the Hijri year in 622 CE, called Hijra (هجرة).

Similarly to Mecca, entrance to Medina is restricted to Muslims only; non-Muslims are neither permitted to enter nor travel through the city.[2][3] Muslims believe that Mecca and Medina and its surrounding outskirts are the two places where the Quran was revealed.[4][5]