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  • THE GREAT TITANIC

    The Titanic before sinking in 1912 and its wreckage today

    The remains of the Titanic are about 4km deep, 650km east of Canada, near the island of Newfoundland

    First identified in 1985, the ship is currently broken in two, with each piece 600 meters apart.

    The bow (front) is well preserved, but the stern (back) is in ruins (pictures 7 and 8)

    Inside, the Titanic was consumed by several microbial colonies

    As a result, the wreckage of the ship is too fragile to lift to the surface.

    As an example, the Grand Staircase became a great chasm (image 2)

    The passengers' bodies have since been consumed by other organisms, although shoes and jewelry have since been found

    Several expeditions have already taken place to the ruins of the Titanic for scientific, documentary and tourist purposes.

    For example, in 2005 James Cameron visited the location to film "The Last Mysteries" and "Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces"

    No accidents had occurred on an expedition to see the Titanic...until June of this year

    The company OceanGate, which has been carrying out tourist dives at the site since 2010, had already been warned by several professionals that its safety model was "amateurish"

    This was revealed to the world in 2023 when his submarine, Titan, which charged $250,000 per person, imploded, killing 2 crew members and 3 tourists.

    How did the Titanic sink?

    In 1912, the "unsinkable" RMS Titanic set out on a voyage from Southampton, England, to New York with 2200 passengers.

    She was the largest ship ever built in the world at that time.

    On a moonless, windless, and waveless night, this made the iceberg ahead of the ship almost imperceptible.

    With enough lifeboats to save only half the crew, 1500 people died: about 68% of the passengers.

    The accident led several countries to review their maritime safety standards, in operation until
    today.

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  • THE SHAH MOSQUE

    The Shah Mosque is a mosque located in Isfahan, Iran. It is located on the south side of Naghsh-e Jahan Square. It was built during the Safavid dynasty under the order of Shah Abbas I of Persia. It is regarded as one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era. The Royal Mosque is registered, along with the Naghsh-e Jahan Square, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its construction began in 1611, and its splendour is mainly due to the beauty of its seven-colour mosaic tiles and calligraphic inscriptions.

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  • THE SHAH MOSQUE

    The Shah Mosque is a mosque located in Isfahan, Iran. It is located on the south side of Naghsh-e Jahan Square. It was built during the Safavid dynasty under the order of Shah Abbas I of Persia. It is regarded as one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era. The Royal Mosque is registered, along with the Naghsh-e Jahan Square, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its construction began in 1611, and its splendour is mainly due to the beauty of its seven-colour mosaic tiles and calligraphic inscriptions.

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  • Photographing the moon is more than just capturing a celestial body; it's about embracing the magic of the cosmos and sharing that sense of wonder with the world. It's an act of creativity that bridges the gap between Earth and the heavens, reminding us that even in the darkest of nights, there is always a radiant light waiting to be discovered.

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  • QUOTE OF THE DAY

    "Be the change that you wish to see in the world."

    Mahatma Gandhi
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  • "When a photographer is creative, they can capture stunning photos anywhere."

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  • PERSIAN'S ARCHITECTURE

    The Persian architectural tradition is a testament to the beauty and elegance that can be achieved through meticulous design and craftsmanship. With a rich history spanning over two millennia, Persian architecture has left an indelible mark on the world.

    One of the defining features of Persian architecture is its emphasis on harmony with nature. Persian gardens, such as the famous Persian Garden of Fin, are a prime example of this. These gardens are carefully laid out with flowing water, lush vegetation, and symmetrical designs, creating a tranquil oasis that celebrates the beauty of the natural world.

    Another hallmark of Persian architecture is its intricate tilework and geometric patterns. The stunning blue tiles of the Jameh Mosque of Isfahan or the intricate mosaics of the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz are exquisite examples of this artistry. These tiles not only serve a decorative purpose but also reflect the interplay of light and color, creating a mesmerizing visual experience.

    Furthermore, Persian architecture is renowned for its grandeur and attention to detail. The majestic Isfahan Grand Bazaar and the opulent Golestan Palace in Tehran are striking examples of Persian architectural splendor. These structures showcase the use of intricate arches, domes, and ornate motifs, which are both aesthetically pleasing and structurally innovative.

    Persian architecture has also made significant contributions to the world of domes. The double-shell construction of domes, as seen in the Mausoleum of Shah Rukn-e-Alam in Multan, Pakistan, is a testament to the engineering prowess of Persian architects. This innovation allowed for larger, more stable domes, influencing architectural styles far beyond Persia's borders.

    In conclusion, Persian architecture is a celebration of beauty, nature, and craftsmanship. Its enduring legacy can be witnessed in its gardens, tilework, grand structures, and engineering feats. It is a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of the Persian people, whose architectural achievements continue to inspire and captivate the world.

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  • THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY

    The monarch butterfly is well-known for its distinctive orange and black pattern. It's famous for its long-distance migration, traveling thousands of miles between North America and Mexico. These butterflies also undergo a fascinating metamorphosis from egg to caterpillar, then chrysalis, and finally emerging as a butterfly. The monarch population has been facing challenges in recent years due to habitat loss and climate change.

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  • PHOTO OF THE DAY

    Have you ever seen a wonderful reflection like this before? ⁣⁣

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  • Going on a complete tech detox for a week Inshā’Allāh. We do this as a family once a year and I highly recommend it. You can’t really connect unless you disconnect every once in a while.

    Inshā’Allāh pre recorded content will continue to be released in the meantime, and I’ll see y’all next week bi ithnillah :)
    Going on a complete tech detox for a week Inshā’Allāh. We do this as a family once a year and I highly recommend it. You can’t really connect unless you disconnect every once in a while. Inshā’Allāh pre recorded content will continue to be released in the meantime, and I’ll see y’all next week bi ithnillah :)
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  • It was truly humbling to have Dr. Zakir attend the class on Tafseer Surat al Mulk with his family. May Allah reward him for his brotherhood, sacrifices, and support. Ameen
    It was truly humbling to have Dr. Zakir attend the class on Tafseer Surat al Mulk with his family. May Allah reward him for his brotherhood, sacrifices, and support. Ameen
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  • Always one of the highlights of visiting Malaysia. May Allah bless and protect you dear Dr Zakir Naik
    Always one of the highlights of visiting Malaysia. May Allah bless and protect you dear Dr Zakir Naik
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  • Imagine walking outside after Eid salah and seeing a public Quran burning. That's what our Swedish brothers and sisters witnessed outside the Stockholm Central Mosque.

    Another incident of a Quran burning, resulting in only more resolve from the Ummah of the Prophet ﷺ.

    Read "Quelling the obsession with burning the Quran" here: https://religionnews.com/2023/01/31/quelling-the-obsession-with-burning-the-quran/
    Imagine walking outside after Eid salah and seeing a public Quran burning. That's what our Swedish brothers and sisters witnessed outside the Stockholm Central Mosque. Another incident of a Quran burning, resulting in only more resolve from the Ummah of the Prophet ﷺ. Read "Quelling the obsession with burning the Quran" here: https://religionnews.com/2023/01/31/quelling-the-obsession-with-burning-the-quran/
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  • Memories in Nigeria....

    Lovely to be in Abuja with my beloved brothers Mufti Menk from Zimbabwe and our Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Salah from Egypt. May Allah preserve them and keep us all united for what is pleasing to Him. Ameen
    Memories in Nigeria.... Lovely to be in Abuja with my beloved brothers Mufti Menk from Zimbabwe and our Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Salah from Egypt. May Allah preserve them and keep us all united for what is pleasing to Him. Ameen
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