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تاریخ میں جھانکیں تو حضرت ابراہیم علیہ السلام آج سے 4000 سال پہلے یعنی قریباً 2000 قبل مسیح میں دریائے فراق کے کنارے واقع شہر ’ار‘ سے ہجرت کرکے یہاں آباد ہوئے۔ انھوں نے اپنے بیٹے حضرت اسحاق علیہ السلام کو یہاں آباد کیا جبکہ دوسرے بیٹے اسماعیل کو مکہ میں۔ حضرت اسحاق علیہ السلام کے بیٹے حضرت یعقوب علیہ السلام تھے، انھیں اسرائیل بھی کہا جاتا ہے۔ ان کی اولاد…
Wow, to have this much talent at 16! Duisburg, Germany-based Phillip Schumacher is a young teenager who, for the past two years, has been placing himself and his friends in beautifully magical scenes. I
Look through this selection of his self-portraits and you'll feel as though you've booked a one way ticket into a strange and surreal dream. What an…
Turkish graphic designer and electrical engineer Tolga Girgin takes the art of calligraphy one step further by transforming gorgeously scripted letters into three dimensional form. At first glance, his words appear as though they have been sliced out of colorful paper and then lifted up off of the page. In reality, though, each work is a hand-drawn optical illusion.
Relying on perspective and…Continue
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At first glance, this might look like a regular Hershey’s chocolate bar. But, upon closer inspection, we see that it’s not your ordinary candy. It’s actually a “Hirschy” bar and cleverly-designed resume by Matthew Hirsch. The front of the package is a play on both his and the food’s name, while the back lists his qualifications in place of the nutrition facts and ingredients.
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French photographer Jonathan Moyal's spectacular shots of his travels awaken a strong sense of wanderlust. Armed with just his camera, some friends, and a car, Moyal hits the road to venture deep into the wilderness. Thanks to the photographer's faithful documentation of his explorations, viewers can imagine being right there with him, seeing amazing sights while getting a fresh perspective…Continue
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This fascinating collection of moths, butterflies, and insects are actually handmade works of art created by North Carolina-based Japanese artist Yumi Okita. The beautifully crafted sculptures are filled with amazing details and delicate patterns that are constructed from cotton, faux fur, wire, feather, fabric paints, and embroidery thread.
To produce each gorgeous piece, Okita pays close…Continue
Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist and Syracuse University art professor Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds. Van Aken, who was raised…Continue
An estimated total of 416,800 members of Armerica's fighting forces lost their lives in battle during World War II. The following account records the death of one: Captain Henry T. Waskow, who sacrificed his life during combat with German troops in the hills of southern Italy in the early days of 1944.
We know little of Captain Waskow beyond the circumstances of his death. We don’t know what his hopes and dreams were, although it is certain he had them. We…Continue
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Hitler established the first concentration camp soon after he came to power in 1933. The system grew to include about 100 camps divided into two types: concentration camps for slave labor in nearby factories and death camps for the systematic extermination of "undesirables" including Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, the mentally retarded and others.…
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In the spring of 1940, Hitler's armies smashed across the borders of the Netherlands and Belgium and streamed into the northern reaches of France. The German "Blitzkrieg" moved swiftly to the west and the south, splitting the British and French defenders, trapping the British army at Dunkirk and forcing its evacuation from continental Europe. The Germans entered Paris on June 14 and forced …
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It was a dangerous journey; any misstep could have cost him his life. In 1853 intrepid British explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton disguised himself as an Islamic pilgrim and made the trek into the heart of Arabia visiting the holy cities of Medina and Mecca. If his true identity as a European Christian had been exposed, the penalty for his indiscretion would have been death.…
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If you have a fireplace in your home, chances are you have a gas line that helps you get it going. If you don't, you probably have some nifty long matches, a lighter and a stack of newspaper on the hearth. But what if you got lost in the wintry woods without a match or lighter? What if you washed ashore on a deserted island, soaked to the bone? You may not think so, but it could happen to you -- just ask Tom Hanks. His movie character used wits and determination to survive in…Continue
Suppose you decide to make a trek to the North Pole. You can't catch a plane there. So instead, you pull out your compass, watch the needle swing northward and plot a path, right? Wrong. To get to the North Pole, or true north, just following your compass needle won't work.
If you want to get from a point at the bottom of a map to one at the top, you need to head true north. True north is a geographical direction represented on maps and globes by lines of longitude.…
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It seems strange that water should be such a scarce resource when our planet is drenched in 326 million trillion gallons of the stuff. But it turns out that less than one-half of 1 percent of it is drinkable. Out of the rest, 98 percent is oceanic salt water and 1.5 percent remains locked up in icecaps and glaciers. The stark irony of Samuel Coleridge's immortal line "Water, water, everywhere / Nor any drop to drink" is manifest each year in coastal disasters around the world, like Hurricane…Continue
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For most of us, the word "sniper" evokes some unsettling imagery -- a lone gunman, undetectable, on the hunt. And while military snipers are indeed elite shooters who hide, line up a target in their sights and pull the trigger, there is a lot more to it than that.
When a sniper takes a shot, there are countless variables to consider before squeezing the trigger --- wind speed, wind direction, range, target movement, mirage, light source, temperature, barometric…
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After the attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) kicked into high gear. It was widely assumed that more attacks would soon follow [source: Washington Post]. To maintain any hope of thwarting successive attacks, the CIA needed information from the people who had planned and carried out Sept. 11 and other attacks: al-Qaida.
In order to grant the CIA the authority to fight this new war on terror, President George W. Bush…
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پردے میں چھپی رہنے والی عورتوں سے بے لباس رہنے والی عورتوں کا موازنہ کرتے ہوۓ وہ شدید کشمکش کا شکار تھا، کون بہتر تھیں؟ کون بد تر تھیں؟ اس کے ذھن میں ایک با حیا اور با پردہ مسلم عورت کا تصور کچھ اتنی سختی سے نقش ہو گیا کہ مسلم ممالک میں خاص طور پر مصر اور اردن میں نظر آنے والی بے پردہ یا بے باک قسم کی عورتوں کو وہ مسلم نہیں سمجھتا تھا یا پھر یہ سوچتا تھا کہ ان کا تعلق کسی اچھے خاندان سے نہیں-…
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