Azmi Ghazali

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Charlie Hebdo Fired ‘Anti-Semitic’ Cartoonist For Ridiculing Judaism In 2009

The cartoon world’s double standards on freedom of speech…<p><i>Charlie Hebdo</i> mocks the prophet Muhammad through insulting cartoons and calls it satire. As …

DiscoMaulvi

Prophet (SAW) said: "Trials will continue to befall the believing man and woman, with regard to themselves, their children and their wealth, until …

People | HowStuffWorks

Cultures and Traditions takes a look at how people interact with each other. This might be through sub-cultures, relationships, fads or religion and …

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Hizbul Bahr (litany of the sea)Reciting the hizb Beautifuly

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Met my buddy artist @jr today at Lazarides were he has a fantastic exhibition go check it out

View from Amber Palace, India. #SilkRoad2013 @LandRover

Tossing a late #TBT into the mix. Snapped a couple years back w/ my iPhone 4. "The fellas in the bar said he's a good duker..." Polk Gulch, San Francisco

Young love... Remember your first love? The first time you held hands? The first kiss? The excitement & anticipation of expectation? What will they say? We wait in wonder and are in awe at every moment spent... always in eager anticipation... // Many times the difference in first and last is forgetting what the word "anticipation" means. We assume. We hardly forget. We only have this history programmed in our minds of the present state of affairs. Well I say, Let's forget. Lets have short memories. Let us breathe into the unknown and be in the moment. We don't know anything for certain only this: to every story there is always a first. It's our lifelong journey to make it last.

long "artists residency on the streets of New York." The world-renowned—and anonymous—artist is known across the globe for his satirical and often whimsical critiques of government and social issues. The project, "Better Out than In," brings Banksy's signature site-specific stencil art to the streets of New York City and invites the city's residents to seek out and document the pieces he unveils each day by posting their general location in his captions. Follow Banksy's project through Instagram: @banksyny.