Mastika Saad, a hotel staff in Thailand’s Muslim majority province of Pattani, poses with a Christmas hat at the hotel lobby December 25, 2007.
Ok people, I am still here. Well kind of. My apologies for not replying earlier or not commenting on your blogs. I will be back soon. Anyway here is your dose of happy smiling Muslims. Enjoy!
Afghan refugees who are living in Pakistan greet each other as they come together to celebrate teh Eid a-Fitr holdiay, in Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, Oct. 12, 2007. The Eid a-Fitr holiday marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. (AP Photo/Mohammad Zubair)
This is just great. Each step in the staircase as a drawer. You know, I wish I had something like this in my apartment so that I could be better organized. Woman (I don’t like to say man ‘cuz that’s just so one sided) why did I not think of this!
Well you must be thinking that Aliana had been complaining that there are not many pictures of smiling Muslims out there in the media and yet day after day she had been putting such pictures on the web. Well guess what I have run out of such pictures and now I need your help in posting such pictures. So please if you know of any such pictures in the media then please either forward them to me to post them on your blog and I would love to link to your posts.
p.s: Aliana’s e-mail: alianamirza [hehe] gmail [haha] com
Replace, hehe and haha with a dots. 😛
Anousheh Ansari is the first Muslim women in space.
Lo and behol, on day 7 I bring you Thai Muslim children who are really happy and smiling in this picture. Also consider this your dose of cuteness for the day.
Image source: http://www.bazuki.com/tsunami/index.html
Here is Queen Rania again.
Jordan’s Queen Rania (L) shakes hands with a boy during her tour of the Sabha and Sobhiyeh towns in the Northern Badia region during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan September 20, 2007. REUTERS/Naser Ayoub (JORDAN)
A Syrian girl prays in the historic Umayyad Mosque in Old Damascus September 21, 2007, at Friday prayers during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
Here is the third Muslim to (soon) go into space.
R-L: Members of the main international space crew, Malaysia’s first astronaut, Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, American Peggy Whitson and Yury Malenchenko of Russia shake hands after a news conference in Star City outside Moscow. Shukor said on Thursday he hoped to fast aboard the International Space Station as he visits there in the holy month of Ramadan.(AFP/Maxim Marmur)
Day 2 and here is Queen Rania.
Jordan’s Queen Rania (L) holds a baby during a visit to city of Sweileh during the Holy Month of Ramadan September 23, 2007. REUTERS/Naser Ayoub (JORDAN)