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A Visit To Lady Fatima (as)


The night in Qom was increasingly cold. The teeth chatter away as the cold seeps into the gloves, numbing the fingers until they ceased to bend properly, stiffened and frigid. The groups of zuwar (visitors) warm themselves upon reaching the hotel which holds a semblance a small piece of home with it’s petite kitchen …

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The Skies Roar

Portrait of Nimr, in Bahrain

Sheikh Nimr’s scars were lessons for us to live by, his sacrifice was holy and led to an Islamic awakening Sheikh Nimr welcomed pain like an envelope hungry for money He was tortured, bruised, and battered but couldn’t be silenced–the Saudi pigs thought they could exile his soul from this …

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