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Let me share another interesting thing, unexpected for many.


Ali Masjid, Khyber Agenyc, FATA Pakistan.






Unfortunately I couldnt find any latest picture.


There is a mosque and a shrine in the memory of  Ali (as), who visited this place according to a local tradition.


There is also a huge boulder which carries the marks of a hand believed to be that of Ali (as).


The ruins of a Buddhist Stupa can also be seen in the area.


Site of Anglo-Afghan Wars, fort built by Brits in 1890.

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Left: Mohammad Ali Jinnah (Shia founder of Pakistan)

Right: Gandhi (Hindu Leader of India)







Zia-ul-Haq (The founder of Taliban and a pro Anti-Shia general / dictator of Pakistan)






Sipah-e-Sahaba's aka ASWJ 's party leader - "Ahmed Ludhyanvi" (A pro Anti Shia) in Pakistan"





Taliban Women Wing





Last but no the least - Preapare yourself for Mahdi A.S to take revenge from the tyrants mentioned.



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Wow, camels in China? Interesting.


Come on bro, that's like when people become shocked that Iraq isn't all sand and desert, or when people think Russia is just permafrost. China is huge; it is inevitable that it has different climates. Although historic China (which is more or less the eastern part of it) is mostly lush and green, modern China also includes a large, beautiful desert landscape in its northwest region, Xinjiang. The people who live there are Uyghurs; a Turkic, Muslim people. They have been a part of China's history for many centuries now, ever since China expanded trade with Iran and Central Asia under the Tang dynasty.

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Amazing places!



Tianzi Mountains, China


These unqiuely tall and thin mountains are so alien that they were used in James Cameron’s “Avatar.” Formed underwater 380 million years ago, the flow destroyed surrounding sandstone, leaving only resilient stone pillars. Some of the columns have reached over 4,000 feet above sea level.





Bigar Waterfall, Romania.






Deadvlei, Namibia












No, the above images are not surrealist paintings. They’re photographs of “dead valley,” where trees stand against a background of the highest sand dunes in the world. Once a thriving forest, the approaching desert has killed all life.



Tunnel of Love, Klevan, Ukraine.






Mount Roraima, South America



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