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Ton Son Mosque is a historic mosque in Sunni sect in Islam. Located on left bank of Khlong Bangkok Yai, Wat Arun Subdistrict, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok's Thonburi side, opposite Bang Luang Mosque and Wat Moli Lokayaram.

 

Ton Son Mosque estimated to have been constructed before the reign of King Songtham (1610–28) of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. It is considered the oldest mosque in Bangkok and Thailand. It was renovated in 1954 in an attempt to restore the architectural style of the old mosque. Ton Son Mosque not only functions as a religious ground, but it also features ancient remains and relics that are worth seeing. At the outside of the building lies a graveyard of the chiefs of the Muslims in Thailand. The first name of the mosque was "Kudi Yai", an abbreviation of "Kudi Bangkok Yai" . Inside the mosque is the beautiful pulpit, called Mimbun, which has large pictures of Arabic calligraphy, a picture of the Kaaba and the plan of the mosque in Mecca, all using forms found in the period of King Taksin of Thonburi Kingdom.

 

Its name meaning Pine Mosque, because there are two pine trees in front of it.

Sunni has been possessed by the demon

The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

Sunni & myself enjoying an autumn morning brew

The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

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Peaceful sunset in Bandar-e-Laft village of Qeshm Island, Persian Gulf, Iran.

  

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The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

Sunni watching herself cross the street. Magic is fun!

Peaceful sunset in Bandar-e-Laft ancient village of Qeshm island, Persian Gulf, Iran.

  

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The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

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The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

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Golden hour skyline of Bandar-e-Laft, a small Sunni majority village in Qeshm island of the Persian Gulf, Iran.

  

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Sons Of Ishmael In Iraq Call To Reconnect With Sons of Jacob In Israel

 

Painting depicts Abraham traveling with his sons Ishmael and Jacob to The Land Of Israel

 

On Friday, over 300 Iraqi leaders gathered at a conference hosted by the New York-based Center for Peace Communications, in Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region of the country, to call for normalizing relations with Israel. The group, included Sunni and Shiites, youth activists and tribal leaders.

 

IRAQIS CALL FOR PEACE WITH ISRAEL

Wisam al-Hardan, leader of the Sons of Iraq Awakening movement, gave the opening address at the conference, following it up with an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal in which he called for Iraq to join the Abraham Accords signed in 2020 between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Morocco and Sudan have already joined in the Abraham Accords.

“Israel today, as you know, is a strong country and an inseparable part of the world and the United Nations,” Sahar al-Ta’i, a senior official in Iraq’s Culture Ministry told the attendees. “Iraq cannot neglect this fact and live in isolation from the world.”

Maj. Gen. Amir al-Jubouri, the current governor of the Iraqi Province of Nineveh, put a Biblical spin on the event.

 

“Abraham, peace be upon him, birthed a nation that paved the way for peace. Today, we and all his descendants from the three main religions bear responsibility to complete this path together,” said al-Jubouri.

Al-Jubouri commanded Iraqi Army forces attempting to oust the forces of ISIS Ifrom the Nineveh Governorate during the Battle of Mosul in 2016.

  

OPPOSITION TO ABRAHAM ACCORDS

The grassroots Iraqi desire for peace with Israel is facing harsh opposition. Iraqi President Barham Salih denounced the conference as “illegal” and accused the attendees of seeking to stir up unrest.

“The recent meeting held to promote [normalization] does not represent the people and residents of Iraq. It represents only those who participated in it,” Salih said.

The Iraqi government responded by issuing warrants for the arrest of al-Ta’i and al-Hardan. A warrant was also issued for the arrest of Mithal al-Alusi, an Iraqi Sunni politician and the leader of the Ummah Party. Though al-Alusi did not attend the conference last week, he has been active in calling for the normalization of relations with Israel in the past.

Iraqi authorities announced that the remaining participants would be arrested “as soon as their identities were determined.”

Association with “Zionist organizations” or promoting “Zionist values” is prohibited by Iraqi law though, in 2010, the punishment was downgraded from death to life imprisonment.

On Sunday, Al-Hardan distanced himself from his previous comments, telling Iraqi media that the organizers had described the conference to him as a “call for amity and tolerance among the Iraqi people after conquering the ISIS terrorism and restoring stability to the liberated cities… and ahead of upcoming elections.”

“I read the communique without a prior acknowledgment to its content. I was surprised that the Zionist entity and normalization with it were mentioned. Hereby, I denounce the content of the final communique and apologize before the people of my country, my beloved governorate, and my Tribe people. I offer my apologies to the people of Palestine and the entire Arabic and Islamic world.”

He went on to explain that his intention was to urge Iraq to “reconnect with the whole of our diaspora, including these Jews [of Iraqi descent].”

“We reject the hypocrisy in some quarters of Iraq that speaks kindly of Iraqi Jews while denigrating their Israeli citizenship, and the Jewish state, which granted them asylum,” Al-Hardan said.

 

US: DISTANCING FROM PEACE BETWEEN ISRAEL AND IRAQ

Even the US distanced itself from the initiative to establish relations between Israel and Iraq. Col. Wayne Marotto, spokesman for the US-led coalition to defeat the Islamic State, tweeted out on Sunday that the US supported the Iraqi government’s position.

.@CJTFOIR has just been made aware of announcements by both the GoI & the KRG relating to the recent conference held in Erbil to discuss the normalization of ties with Israel. @Coalition had no prior knowledge of the event, nor do we have any affiliation with its participants. pic.twitter.com/mMVY13Lh0r

— OIR Spokesman Col. Wayne Marotto (@OIRSpox) September 26, 2021

“[The International Coalition for Operation Inherent Resolve] has just been made aware of announcements by both the GoI & the KRG relating to the recent conference held in Erbil to discuss the normalization of ties with Israel. [The Global Coalition] had no prior knowledge of the event, nor do we have any affiliation with its participants,” tweeted Col. Wayne Marotto.

“[The Coalition] remains committed to supporting the [government of Iraq’s] enduring defeat daesh [ISIS] mission through advising, assisting and enabling the [Iraqi Security Forces’s] at the operational level,” he added.

 

The conference represented a marked change as Iraq does not formally recognize Israel as a legitimate state and does not conduct any formal relations with Israel.

The Jewish community in Iraq was one of the earliest of the diaspora. In 722 BCE, Jews from the Northern Kingdom surviving the invasion by Assyria were taken there as slaves. A larger community was established in 586 BCE when the Babylonians conquered the southern tribes of Israel and enslaved the Jews. In later centuries, the region became more hospitable to Jews and it became the home to some of the world’s most prominent scholars who produced the Babylonian Talmud between 500-700 CE. Over the centuries, the community grew and by World War I, they accounted for one-third of Baghdad’s population. In 1936 the Iraq Directory claimed 120,000 Jews and Hebrew was listed as one of Iraq’s six languages.

This changed and In 1941, anti-Jewish riots called the Farhud took place in Iraq. This was partially instigated by Haj al Amin Husseini, the Palestinian Mufti of Jerusalem who was in exile in Iraq. Pogroms broke out and Zionism was mandated as a capital crime. In 1950, Iraqi Jews were permitted to leave the country within a year provided they forfeited their citizenship. A year later, however, the property of Jews who emigrated was frozen and economic restrictions were placed on Jews who chose to remain in the country. From 1949 to 1951, 104,000 Jews were evacuated from Iraq in Operations Ezra & Nechemia (named after the Jewish leaders who took their people back to Jerusalem from exile in Babylonia beginning in 597 BCE); another 20,000 were smuggled out through Iran.

Government persecution of Jews increased and in 2020, the US. State Department reported fewer than six adult members in the Baghdad Jewish community. It was estimated there were 70 to 80 Jewish families in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. There are possibly more, but some Jewish families are afraid to publicly acknowledge their religion for fear of persecution and practice their faith in secret. Other Jews may have converted to Islam.

Iraq has played an active role in wars against Israel and has officially been at war with Israel since 1948. In 1981, the Israeli Air Force carried out a long-range bombing mission and destroyed the Osirak nuclear reactor in Iraq. In 1991, Sadaam Hussein responded to an invasion by Coalition Forces by firing Scud Missiles at Israeli cities.

There have been efforts to jumpstart relations between the two countries. In 2019, it was reported that three Iraqi delegations comprised of 15 political and religious figures, from both the Sunni and Shiite communities visited Israel. The delegations met with Israeli government officials and Israeli academics. The Iraqis also visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.

 

SONS OF ISHMAEL DOING REPENTANCE IN THE END-OF-DAYS

Al-Jubouri's comment, as well as the desire to attach themselves to the aptly named Abraham Accords, is well-timed for these pre-redemption times. Rabbi Nachman Kahana noted that the accords could bring the true Bnei Yishmael (the sons of Ishmael) to Israel, perhaps for the first time.

“The Palestinians are not the real Bnei Yishmael, Rabbi Kahana said. “The Palestinians are the result of all the nations that passed through the Fertile Crescent. With the Bedouins of this region and the true Arabs of the Persian Gulf, there is no mixing of blood. They were separate from the Persian and the Greeks.”

 

Rabbi Kahana noted that the arrival of the true Bnei Yishmael to the Temple Mount may be a part of the tshuva (repentance process) of Yishmael, citing a verse in Genesis.

His sons Yitzchak and Ishmael buried him in the cave of Machpelah, in the field of Ephron son of Zohar the Hittite, facing Mamre Genesis 25:9

“In this verse, Ishmael should have come first since he is older,” Rabbi Kahana noted, citing the medieval commentator Rashi who interpreted the incongruity in the verse to mean that Ishmael repented in his later years.

“Ishmael realized the spiritual superiority of Isaac and displayed this by allowing him to go first when burying their father,” Rabbi Kahana explained. He noted that this is being played out by the true Bnei Yishmael showing respect for the offspring of Jacob.”

But the arrival of the true Bnei Yishmael to the Temple Mount has end-of-days implications. The Zohar Hadash (Balak 68b) describes a process that will begin in the 274th year of the sixth millennium. This works out to be the year 5774 in the Hebrew calendar which began in September 2013. The Zohar predicts that the “Sons of Ishmael” will make war against the Messiah, and will “come and bow down before God at the holy mountain in Jerusalem”. The text specifically uses the name of the God of the Jews, and not a generic term or the expression used for non-Jewish worship. This prediction of the Zohar predicts that the Arabs will worship the Jewish God on the Temple Mount and, in fact, that does seem to be what is happening.

 

The Zohar goes on to say that Edom will rule Israel for 12 months. At the end of 12 months, the world will shake, and during that time, the Shechina (heavenly presence) will return to dwell in the cave of Moses. The Messiah will hide for 9 months – similar to the period of pregnancy – and then the people in Israel will hear a sound like the blowing of a shofar.

 

In fact, the Temple Mount was largely ignored by the Arabs until Israel conquered it in 1967. During the First Crusade, Islam was uninterested in the Dome of the Rock and it was turned into a church while al-Aqsa, with its lead dome, was a modest mosque. In the early 20th century, the attention of the Muslim world was much more focused on the silver dome of al Aqsa than on the Dome of the Rock, which was not covered with gold until 1993, after the Jews began ascending to the Temple Mount. It appears that the Arabs become intensely interested in the site only when the Jews, and their God, are present.

 

This same prophecy is repeated in other sources, adding that the “Sons of Ishmael” will make war against the Messiah, and will “come and bow down before God at the holy mountain in Jerusalem”.

The tall minaret of an old Sunni mosque in the small coastal village of Bandar-e Laft in Qeshm Island of the Persian Gulf.

  

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The Naqshbandi is a major Sunni spiritual order of Sufism. It got its name from Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari and traces its spiritual lineage to the Islamic prophet Muhammad, through Abu Bakr, the first Caliph and Muhammad's companion. Some Naqshbandi masters trace their lineage through Ali, his son-in-law and successor, in keeping with most other Sufis.

 

In Sufism, as in any serious Islamic discipline such as jurisprudence (fiqh), Quranic recital (tajwid), and hadith, a disciple must have a master or sheikh from whom to take the knowledge, one who has himself taken it from a master, and so on, in a continuous chain of masters back to Muhammad

 

The Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple of the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi.

 

Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work").

 

The main building of the complex is the khanqah. Before the frontal of the mosque there is the minaret and small madrassah. To the west from dahma, in separate courtyard there is the large necropolis, where Naqshbandi is buried. Graves of his mother and his teacher - Said Mir Kulol, are situated not far from his grave.

 

The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfilment of wishes and healing.

 

The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions.

Sunni and SHE show off the Air Flare team colors on a fresh bathing suit during a meeting at the beautiful Ocean Coastal Resort on Fruit Islands.

His plight ?

 

Sunni Shia Alawites. the list goes on

because of baseless questionable historical beliefs

of questionable events that might or might not occured over a thousand years ago.

Factions segregate, fulminate hatred towards each other and bombs kill those who are named HERETICS simply because they dont share similar beliefs.

When one's beliefs kill other men then MAN has reached his lowest form of humanity and can no longer IMHO justify lethal attacks in the name of RELIGION.

 

This man made schism of beliefs is no longer peaceful tolerance

it is hatred and leads to chaos that we now see in the middle east, south Asia,

and i predict one day in the USA.

  

~OvAz~ says:

"I am confused, you have a muslim name yet according to your comments and pics you seem anti-islam. Can you please state if you are anti-islam or not? This will help determine your artisticness."

 

I am shocked to say the least on Flickr , I thought people who migrated here were human , smart , mankind loving, that is what photography is all about.

You capture a moment like a fleeting poem and read it out to others , its not important everyone likes it or adheres to your thoughts, but there is someone out there who needs a thread to continue, like my pictures of the Devil stump tree, that connected me to Sarif who has more knowledge on this subject than I have he has visited this place 30 times and I am searching divinity in a moment.

We all I think are here on a picture site to expose our worlds , not to preach or proselytize, I shoot pain, I have mentioned this so many times, I do not manipulate what I shoot unless to add some artistry.

But pictures of pain like this one of a possessed lady, this is an awfully bad picture , but see the eye of the boy, and tell me does a womans pain need to be sharply focused.Is a woman's pain ever sharply focused .

You can hang a camera to a kite shoot , but a woman's pain hangs by a tale..the tale of her inherent vulnerability.

Fuck before asking me whether I am anti Islam, why dont you go to Iraq ask the Muslims both Shia ans Sunnis if they what they are doing it , is Anti Islam.

First check out your backyard before you dump shit on my manicured lawn..Fuck You.

At Karbala , when Yazid was marking a black page , killing Truth , Imam Hussain the grandson of the Holy Prophet did anyone raise a hue and cry did any one say "It Is anti Islam.."

Man I am shocked by my moderation.. I am not a Mullah a preacher or even my own sect promoting guy..but I am happy for once that as a Muslim I was born in India not in a neighboring country or an Arab country.

I am adding my comments to Ovaz as part of this body post..

I would not like to lose it like I lose my temper...

  

my comments

You said:

i have a muslim birthright .

i am an indian muslim

my culture is Hinduism

i show what is seen but the mullah does not see it

the condition of the underpriviliged muslim women in india

so this is anti islam

if muslims kill muslims you dont see it ..well that is islam

jehad to populate the world with only muslims that i guess is ok by you that is islam

i cut my body as a shia is anti islam

12 years boys decapitating journalist heads is islam

fuck you dont even know what is islam

islamic is not just the 5 pillars it is humanity

loving humanity and a single word called tolerance

does that satisfy you ?

i dont have to tell you about women in saudi arabia..

a land where even God is under House Arrest .

 

actually you can call me a Shia Pandit

firoze shakir

see my pictures dont interpret my thoughts they dont belong to your blinkered world , where you say allah ho akbar from cybernetic minarets and in the same breath curse and promote sectarianism..

I am not forcing you to my beliefs or unbeliefs ..am I

Womanhood is not just about Islam or Anti Islam.

     

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Instead of shooting from your mouth shoot some pictures too or are you here at Flickr like the Muslim Moral police..or to see dirty pictures perhaps...

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So I have a weakness when it comes to portraits. Not only am I a big fan of taking photos of girls in fields, but I also love putting a chair in the middle of a location and having the model sitting on it. It's a simple idea, but I feel like it always comes out somewhat different, depending on the model, location, and chair.

 

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one community

that loves killing its own

Muslims hate prone

each one killing

the other

hearts

made of stone

Muslims love

killing Muslims

hate overblown

historical enmity

between two

sparring brothers

home grown

lashing out

at the soul of humanity

like a disastrous cyclone

the unborn Muslim child

not yet a Shia not yet

a Sunni lets out a moan

in his mothers womb

all alone

the thought

of coming to a hate filled world

if he could he would postpone

an Islamic tragedy unknown zone

above his head flies

an American drone

mans sin his child will atone

 

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Sunni taking in the aura at Sun Cliff

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The Air FLARE Float in action cutting through sim crossings like butter! Thanks to Sunni & babydoll for taking pics while i was at the helm trying to keep us out of peoples living rooms.

The latest arrival to our home was Sunni, a Rosenlied Holiday's Child Bambi Reverie in white skin and default faceup.

 

I found her on Mercari and could not resist adopting her as I was looking for one. <3 She arrived in a cobbled together shipping box and without a face cover but thankfully nothing bad happened to her.

 

She is wearing a dress made by my mother, a beautiful plaid print yarn-dyed fabric from Japan. Shall hope to add a decent looking half apron to complete this dress!

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Meet Sunni...my houseguest for the next week while her Mom is on vacation!

She is as sweet and tiny as she looks !

 

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Sunni is another rescue living with my Aunt

About 6,000 people live in Yazgulom, in seven different villages. Their language, Yazgulomi, is spoken nowhere else. Yazgulom's residents are Pamiri. The vast majority of Pamiris are Ismaili, but by contrast Yazgulomis practice the Sunni branch of Islam. Photo taken on June 30, 2016 in Matravn, Yazgulom, Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province, Tajikistan.

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