Photo Essay

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In Pakistan, Helping Fulfill Children's Thirst for Knowledge

My mother and her 9 siblings started a non-profit primary school called FI Foundation School, in a small village in Sindh, Pakistan in 2002 in honor of their parents.

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Down and Out in Skid Row: Homeless in the City of Angels

Skid Row, an area of Downtown Los Angeles, formally known as Central City East, has one of the largest stable populations of transient persons (homeless) in the United States.

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Eid Celebrations Following a Month of Ramadan

Hundreds of Muslims attended the morning prayer at Madina Masjid in the East Village, Manhattan, to begin celebrating Eid Sunday.

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Celebrating Eid.

Muslims around the world celebrate Eid.

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From Mughal Gardens to Contemporary Minar: Pakistan Celebrates 65 Years

These images are of the two famous landmarks in Lahore, Pakistan: Shalamar Gardens and the Minar-E-Pakistan.

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Glimpses of Morocco

Photos taken by David Stanley in Marrakesh, Casablanca, Meknes, and Rabat, Morocco.

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Night of the Living Debt

Hundreds of students, protestors and supporters, along with a lot of policemen gathered in Washington Square before marching thru lower Manhattan.

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Village Life in Pakistan

The Pind (village) in Pakistan is a very peaceful place. Pinds are situated far from the cities. I

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The Slums of Gojra, Pakistan

Gojra is about 30 miles from Faisalabad, Pakistan, and is a part of the Toba Tek Singh District of the Punjab District.

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Istanbul: A City of Contrast, Color, and Variety

Istanbul exhibits architectural grandeur and expresses a broad spectrum of lifestyle and religious ideology unlike any other city in the world.