I emailed this to AbuS as soon as I saw it – Auld Lang Syne is one of his favorite tunes, and he’s been known to sing it in the dead of summer.
*auld lang syne roughly translates as “old times”
via Allahcentric (although the post has disappeared at present):
Ya Habibi, ya Muhammad (Oh my love, oh Muhammad)!
Ya Nabi salam alayka (Oh Prophet peace be upon you)!
Ya Rasul salam alayka (Oh Rasul, peace be upon you)!
Ya Habib salam alayka (Oh my love, peace be upon you)!
Salawatu Allah alayka (Praises of Allah on you)!
Some may say that we love the Prophet (saws) too much. I say that one can never love him enough. After all, he is the most beloved of Allah (swt), and whomever my Beloved loves the most, so too should I.
If you love Allah, then follow me, Allah will love you and forgive you your faults, and Allah is Forgiving, Merciful”. [3:31]
la ilaha il Allah
Every day and night
la ilaha il Allah
to Paradise these birds take flight
So I’m now 100% in love with Zumba. Alhamdulilah they started offering it at my gym, so now every Wednesday I can pretend that I can actually dance, and burn a ton of calories doing so. FYI, I totally cannot dance, but that’s the beauty of zumba – you can dance horribly, but so long as you do it with lots of enthusiasm and energy, no one cares.
The flashback came when we started a bhangra number, and low and behold, it was this:
It was all I could do to keep myself from breaking down from laughing too hard. Anyone else remember when this popped up all over the place a few years ago?
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I watched part of the Allah Made Me Funny video last night, and was LOLing, literally. AbuS will tell you that I’m not one to laugh very much, so that should say something about the hilariousness of said video. I especially liked Azhar Usman’s bit on wives.
May Allah (swt) reward the people at Unity Productions for their work!
Video from a friend on sunniforums, title from Rebecca :)