Movements in Mecca and Baghdad

The Urban Cosmopolitism of Mecca opens the ways for a Web of Human Ties. Instead of screens, Muslims meet other Muslims from all around the Muslim World, the Dâr al-Islam…

The discussion is a genuine Muslim Attitude, and the conversations a normal behavior with foreigners and strangers. The Prophet spoke during his journeys as a possibility of Great Knowledge, even before the Risâla.

The Isrà and Mi’rây

Other gardens are hanging in Baghdad, these days, despite the violence and the poverty. Nets of artists, soldiers of culture and solidarity among the gunmen and the pirates. Spaces of stillness saved by the History and the Tale of every day in the Nothing, the every day in the Desire of No-explanations.

Baghdad and Babylonia

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