burn the Christians, burn the muslims

If the Muslims have the right to burn Christians colony on the controversy of a single boy’s action, then Americans too have the right to bomb Islamic countries making 9/11 a reason.. you are all terrorists…

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Thanking God for every of his blessings Always

“This is love: to fly toward a secret sky, to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment. First to let go of life. Finally, to take a step without feet.”

-Rumi,

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Thank you, God for everything

The big things and the small,
For “every good gift comes from God,”

The Giver of them all.

And all too often we accept

Without any thanks or praise,

The gifts God sends as blessings

Each day in many ways.

Thank God always

sweet

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God, I know life isn’t easy
I know enemies around me
I know as well that sooner or later
I will face obstacles in my days
God, people hurt me
God, fate isn’t fair I think
God, why I keep asking why
and God, tears kept falling down in my cheeks every night
I can’t bear it all
I can’t stands still
if You’re not with me, God
all I ever asking is please give strength
when I can’t even stand
please give smile
when I can’t even see
please give me more patient
when I can’t even think
and God…
I thank You that You gave me family
I thank You that You brought me wonderful friends
I thank You that You gave me lesson so I can learned
I thank You that You still guide me
and say “have a little faith, once more… just believe in Me.”
and I thank You, for give this heart as a hard corals
to through all the bad times in my life
thank you, God…

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Pictures of Shimshal Valley (by Stelian Pavalache)

Pictures of Shimshal Valley (by Stelian Pavalache)

Shimshali People   (Pakistan)

        Times have changed, and today women in Pakistan are working in areas which were previously designed for men (army, police).Despite the progress made by women, society and government, females continues its efforts in exclusively male domains. Climbing is one of them. Lack of information in society about mountain sports (climbing), the fact that is an expensive sport, prejudices about women inability to climb, absence from home in a wilderness area are several reasons that explain the lack of women in Pakistani alpine world. more..
Landscapes from Shimshal

Shimshal Pass(4,735m) rises above the village. It lies on the watershed between the Indus River and Tarim River basins, and leads to the valley of the Shimshal Braldu River, a tributary of the Shaksgam River on the border with China. The pass is not part of Khunjerab National Park, but the Shimshal community has set an organization called SNT (Shimshal Nature Trust) which over looks the entire region and takes care of its own land. It is a community based organization and is registered with the Government Of Pakistan.Annually, in the month of July, there is a festival at Shimshal Pass, where locals partake in a yak race, followed by singing and dancing. This yak race is the only one of its kind, and is a unique event.

Shimshal picspictures of Shimshal

Source: Stelian Pavalache Pictures

A simple but Eye Opening Comparison

A Simple but Eye Opening Comparison.

The march 11th earth Quake One of the most powerful earthquake, measured at a magnitude of 9.0, and a tsunami brought enormous losses to Japan and damaged the whole infrastructure and it more or less wiped out large areas along the northeastern coast of Japan. But the way Japan responded to this disaster proved that yes the real nations in today’s world can withstand even such huge disasters and damages, the example to share and compare here is about an important road that was totally damaged but after only 6 days the road was again reconstructed and was present there as it was before, According to the American standards a road can be constructed in a minimum time of 3 months but what the Japanese did was really extraordinary.

Work began on March 17 and six days later the cratered section of the Great Kanto Highway in Naka was as good as new. It was ready to re-open to traffic on 23rd march. This astonishing speed of reconstruction is being used to highlight the nation’s ability to get back on its feet.

On the other hand it has been a year and three months for the deadly Attabad landslide that dammed the Hunza river and immersed some of the most important areas of Gojal, it cut down the KKH which is the trade route between Pakistan and china, it shutted down the trade for more than one year and life went miserable in the whole region.

Even after such a long period of time still no one is sure that will the dam be opened or not, when will the dam be opened and how will the transportation problems be resolved. It has been a year and 3 months and still we don’t have the answers,

our Government takes 6 days to listen about such an incident and they take 6 days to settle back the things, we take 6 months to decide about a failing plan to resolve the problem and this shows where do we stand and how much abilities do we have, we need to realize our position and struggle to get where developed nations stand and Inshallah we will be there one day.

“People need not fear the unknown if they are capable of achieving what they need and want.”
Paulo Coelho

Nawruz Mubarak

WISHING A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU

Nawruz
Nowruz is one of the ancient celebrations which has survived throughout history and is considered to be a day in which new good things start.

Nowruz is an Ancient Persian new year holiday, celebrated in early spring 20 – 21 March. kurdish and in Middle East and many other countries in Central Asia including Tajikistan,Pakistan and Afghanistan celebrate this event on 21 – 22 March. It is considered to be on of the most important celebrations of Persians.
Local variations

Today, the festival of Nowruz is celebrated in many countries that were territories of, or influenced by, the Persian Empire: Iran, Various Iranian Peoples including Kurds, Afghanistan, parts of the Middle East, as well as in the former Soviet republics of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. It is also celebrated by the Zoroastrians as well by certain Iranic inhabitants in Pakistan’s Chitral region and Northern Areas. It is also celebrated by the Iranian immigrants from Shiraz in Zanzibar.

Nawruz Celebrations in different countries

Nowruz is celebrated in Greater Iran, Caucasus, Central Asia and by Iranians worldwide. It is a public holiday in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Iraqi Kurdistan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kashmir, and Kyrgyzstan. Also the Canadian parliament by unanimous consent, has passed a bill to add Nowruz to the national calendar of Canada, on March 30, 2009.

In Albania Sultan Nevruz is celebrated as a mainly mystical day by the Bektashi sect, and there are special ceremonies in the Tekke led by the clergy and large meals are served there. They celebrate this day as the birthday of Ali. Also all Albanians celebrate a secular version of Nowruz, called Spring Day. Nowruz is also celebrated by Kurds in Iraq and Turkey as well as by Parsis in the Indian subcontinent.

Other notable celebrations take place by Iranians around the world, such as Los Angeles, Toronto, Cologne and in United Kingdom, mainly in London. But because Los Angeles is prone to devastating fires, there are very strict fire codes in the city. No fires are allowed even on one’s own property. Usually, Iranians living in Southern California go to the beaches to celebrate the event where it is permissible to build fires. On 15 March 2010, The United States House of Representatives passed The Nowruz Resolution “Recognizing the cultural and historical significance of Nowruz, … .”.

In Iran, the Islamic Regime attempted to suppress Nowruz following the Iranian Revolution and was met with very little success. The Ayatollahs considered Nowruz a pagan holiday and a distraction from more important things such as Islamic holidays

In Afghanistan during the reign of the Taliban, Nowruz was banned and considered an “ancient pagan holiday centered on fire worship” but until 2001 it came back and now it is as popular as it was before the extremist Taliban.

NAVRUZ MUBARAK

(BY : Al-Karim Jaffer)

Ponder Upon Time Vanished
Embrace Newness This Fresh Day Conveys
Gazing Ahead in the Journey Forward
Be Grateful for Innermost Blessings

Sacred Signs Obscured
Visible Truly with a Sincere Eye

We Bid you Kismet Galore
As A Fresh Page Is Unveiled
Reviving this New-Found Beginning