Syria, Nine Grueling Years — John Wreford Photographer

Sitting in silence on a red sofa, gaze transfixed to a muted tv. January 2011. I had hardly left that sofa just watching history unfold via al Jazeera, this time I was squeezed between Syrian friends with tears in their eyes. We were in Syria and the revolution was in Egypt and of all the […]

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How to Indulge Your Wanderlust at Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic. — The Shooting Star

Some creative ideas to satiate your travel cravings – safely and responsibly – during the uncertain coronavirus period.

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The concept of Mandatory Charity — Atul Depak

And with the grace of the Almighty, within few decades of this incident, those poor and hungry followers of Muhammad (s) were indeed presiding over a huge Caliphate stretching from Rome to Persia after successfully subduing some of the mightiest empires of the world and effectively dismantling and replacing the rule of monarchy, hereditary succession and autocracy with the rule of Islam that favoured the have-nots.

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Ways To Be Kinder To Yourself — RelaxMaven

Being kind to yourself is one of the best things you can do for yourself. But it’s also the one thing that is most often neglected or something that some people may feel guilty about doing. Here are ways to start being kinder to yourself today: 1. Speak To Yourself As You Would To Your […]

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