#streetphotographer

An “I” for an (London) Eye (See the full post and more photos at www.CHaya.photo as IG has size limits)
Yesterday was a day of mourning and deep reflections here in the U.K. People gathered to remember the terror attack and share peace messages, right there where that coward attack took place.

I was happy to see something different from the defiance I had imagined. Instead, I saw brothers from all religions united with utmost respect for each-other's faith and consideration for those who lost their lives or got injured. Not only on last weeks attack, but for all those who suffered with all this crazy nonsense that has taken over the world.

I saw fellow Muslims sharing their grief with Christians and helping people understand that we cannot blame one entire Religion because a few misguided souls walked a crooked path. If that was the case we would need to condemn Christianity for the Crusades, KKK and the list goes on. That would be absolutely insane, as regrettable as these condemnable actions from some extremists that took the world's press by storm. There isn't a single word of evil or suggesting this coward actions against innocents. You may find some hard words in some religious texts, but nothing like this. And if you thought differently, I was referring to the Bible, and not the Quran. The Quran speaks of love and flowers in a poetic and beautiful way.

Regardless of what you believe, of whom you blame, getting even will only make it worse. You attack...

2🗨

Advertisement

Camel comel
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Hudaibiyah, Madinah - Maret 2017

1🗨

2🗨

Advertisement

Advertisement

1🗨