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Slave of Allah

Atif Javaid. 18. New York. Pakistani. Muslim.

In Gaza, an Israeli soldier remains in prison. The world knows his name and the conditions to set him free. 7,700 Palestinians wallow in Israeli dungeons. The world cannot mention their names because it never bothered to learn them.

oecologia:

Eruption of Puyehue Puyehue National Park, Chile (by Francisco Negroni).

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oriental-sunrise:

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

oriental-sunrise:

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

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taweeelashawq:

The sahabi tree - Jordan (its literally in the middle of the desert and its the only living tree in the middle of nowhere)

 This tree is the only living terrestrial witness of the Prophet as it provided shade to Prophet Muhammad twice, and to many prophets before him. It has been found that the tree is over 1400 years old.

taweeelashawq:

The sahabi tree - Jordan (its literally in the middle of the desert and its the only living tree in the middle of nowhere)

This tree is the only living terrestrial witness of the Prophet as it provided shade to Prophet Muhammad twice, and to many prophets before him. It has been found that the tree is over 1400 years old.

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travelingcolors:

Over Istanbul | Turkey (by bass_nroll)
al-amriki:

Wait a while; there will come to you mounts, carrying lions in shining armor, battalions followed by battalions.

 - Khalid ibn al-Walid (RA)

al-amriki:

Wait a while; there will come to you mounts, carrying lions in shining armor, battalions followed by battalions.

 - Khalid ibn al-Walid (RA)

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myfotolog:

Petra, Jordan, ©رياض الجرعي
nowinexile:

Karima Aboud, first Palestinian Photographer. 1913, Nazareth Palestine. 

nowinexile:

Karima Aboud, first Palestinian Photographer. 1913, Nazareth Palestine. 

warkadang:

Magnum Photos: Bamiyan province, Afghanistan

Photographs taken between 1992 and 2008 by Steve McCurry and Moises Saman. Click on each photo for the source/photographer.

Bamiyan is a province in the central highlands of Afghanistan, locally known as Hazarajat. Its population consists of predominately Hazaras, who make up the third largest ethnic group in Afghanistan. 

The province attracts tourists from around the world because of its visual and archaeological beauty, for example its series of six deep blue lakes (one of the few rare natural lakes in the world which are created by travertine systems) - known as the Band-e Amir lakes  - and the remains (niches) of the Buddhas of Bamiyan (built in 507 AD and 554 AD). The giant Buddhas were destroyed under a series of attacks by the Afghan King Amir Abdur Rahman Khan and later, the Taliban. In this set of photos, you can see how the Buddhas were gradually destroyed and completely obliterated. 

After years of war and mass-murder of its population rooted in ethnic/sectarian violence, the province of Bamiyan is now one of the four most secure provinces in Afghanistan, which stands in stark contrast with Bamiyan’s neighboring provinces in eastern Afghanistan, whom are extremely insecure. The cultural heritage and natural beauty of this province has helped it attract thousands of tourists from all around the world.

Info sources: xx, x, x, x, x

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