We are currently working towards this years Muharram Campaign. If you or anyone you know would like to sponsor a Flag or donate generously then please do not hesitate to get in touch via

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The10thDay campaign in association with @mohebbanyouth

We are currently working towards this years Muharram Campaign. If you or anyone you know would like to sponsor a Flag or donate generously then please do not hesitate to get in touch via

Facebook
https://facebook.com/MohebbanYF
Or
https://Facebook.com/The10thDay

Twitter
@The10thDC
Or
@mohebbanyouth

The10thDay campaign in association with @mohebbanyouth

the10thdc

the10thdc:

We are pleased to announce that The10thDay ‘Limited Edition’ Phone Covers are now on sale. Please support, share and keep your eye out for more items of merchandise coming soon.

All funds raised will go forth to helping this years Muharram campaign.

For further details contact us by 
Twitter & Instagram : The10thDC & SyedMHNaqvi & MohebbanYouth

Or by email at: 
Razanaqvi41@gmail.com
&
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To purchase these phone covers visit our site

http://www.mohebban.org/store/c12/Phone_Covers.html

salam-ya-hussain

"The main cemetary of al-Baqi’ [also known as Jannatul-Baqi’, "the garden of Heaven"],outside Medina where many members of the Prophet’s family are buried in mausoleums. Every Thursday the inhabitants of Medina would place flowers and basil on the tombs of relatives. The site no longer exists [it was destroyed in 1925]."
Photograph by Muhammad ‘Ali Effendi Sa’udi, c. 1904 or 1908, from the book A Photographer on the Hajj.

"The main cemetary of al-Baqi’ [also known as Jannatul-Baqi’, "the garden of Heaven"],outside Medina where many members of the Prophet’s family are buried in mausoleums. Every Thursday the inhabitants of Medina would place flowers and basil on the tombs of relatives. The site no longer exists [it was destroyed in 1925]."

Photograph by Muhammad ‘Ali Effendi Sa’udi, c. 1904 or 1908, from the book A Photographer on the Hajj.