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The Blaze "Territory" (2017)

We've waited for this day We shared some tears of love now Like a desert in the rain When the sun of the day went down

There's nobody like my mom There's no place like my home since I was born When I was young The flavor is so strong I've missed it so long now

These people are my heroes From distant sky They light me up with flying clouds This ever gets me high like a cool blunt smoke I'm shining like the moon I'm feeling like a bloom in the black sun I remember when I was young The flavor is so strong I've missed it so long

Music video directed by The Blaze
Actor : Dali Benssalah
Published on Feb 23, 2017

الوالدية‎ | al-walidiya | Oualidia (Morocco)

Oualidia (Moroccan Arabic: الوالدية‎ l-walidiya) is a coastal village in Morocco situated between cities El Jadida and Safi.

Muslim cemetery in Oualidia

Casablanca, Morocco (01/2020)


"Five tracts of Hasan Al-Banna (1906-1949): A selection from the Majmuat rasail al-Imam al-shahid Hasan al-Banna" Translated by Charles Wendell (University of California, 1978)

Hasan Al-Banna preceded with his work and thus left an imprint on many attempts in the years between the two wars, and especially after the Second World War, to constitute an Islamic order as the supreme political and social ideal. The publication under review contains his five studies translated into English by well-known Arabist and historian Charles Wendell. These are his most often cited essays - Between Yesterday and Today, Our Mission, To What Do We Summon Mankind?, Toward The Light and On Jihad. The main idea is always oriented toward the creation of an Islamic order (an-nizam al-islami).

Hasan Al-Banna sees in Islam the only teaching that can ensure social progress and well-being and that is the key to the resolving of all basic problems of mankind. In the above-mentioned essays he tries to explain why, in his opinion, the establishment of an Islamic order is inevitable. According to his concept, there is only one valid law, namely the law of God that has to be implemented. Thi…

Langston Hughes reads his poem "Freedom´s Plow" (1943)

Freedom's Plow (1943)
When a man starts out with nothing, When a man starts out with his hands Empty, but clean,
When a man starts out to build a world, He starts first with himself And the faith that is in his heart— The strength there.
The will there to build. First in the heart is the dream. Then the mind starts seeking a way. His eyes look out on the world (...)

Nadčasové (audio-blog) · Langston Hughes reads his poem "Freedom´s Plow" (1943)

Langston Hughes reads his poem "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" (1921)