- defense lawyer: sweetie(:
when my parents complain about me
The sky was breathtaking.
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AM I CREEPY YET
Chinese Muslims celebrate end of fast
Muslims across China on Tuesday started celebrating their three-day holiday, Eid al-Fitr, also known as the Feast of Breaking the Fast.
Muslims from ten ethnic groups across China, including the Hui and the Uyghur, gathered in mosques to pray to Allah, marking the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.
Eid al Fitr is a time to celebrate, relax, bond with families, shop and eat. New clothes are given as gifts to children and adults; more importantly, to the poor and needy. Family members get together to have traditional foods and visit relatives and friends.
rest of the year:
You know that photo of “Afghanistan then & now”? Here’s the updated scene: in the 1960’s, 1990’s, & 2014.