1. Ramadaan Khatera - Day 27 - Imam Zia

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    Imam Zia discusses few of the ayahs from Juz 28 - Surah Mujadela (The woman who disputes or pleads her case). Talks about a woman who came to Prophet (Sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam) to complain her case regarding her husband and how Allah SWT brought forth verses to expediate on her behalf. This talk was held on Aug 15th 2012 at the Islamic Center of Irving, TX by Imam Zia after Fajr Salaah. Please visit http://www.imamzia.com

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    • AFTER THE PARTY

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      Model: Jayded Pixie Photography and Editing: Aphro

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      • Talking With The Little Lady 👩

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        Kenny Roman Films. Kenny Roman talking with the little lady on his cell phone.

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        • FAR FROM HOME. Lopker Song

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          Far from Home. Song by Lenore Thomson and John Lopker. Story of a woman on the run after murdering her husband, inspired by the Woman of Samaria. LYRICS: Pulled into town about twelve o'clock looking for a place to sleep stood in line at the stop and shop got something filling and cheap. Went to my room and popped a beer pulled a Gideon from the dresser drawer thumbed the pages till one came clear, like always, John: chapter four. Far from home, in an enemy quarter Jesus spoke to a woman like me offered her a taste of living water, forgave her and set her free. Didn't take them long to track me down I don't have the skills of a con, They found me in a little border town where I was trying to sell my gun. Maybe it's prison that's keeping me sane I'm so weary of running away Freedom's no good when it comes with pain Freedom’s in truth, or so they say. If Huntsville were Samaria I'd sit here by this well until the prophet found me and called me from my cell Like the woman of Samaria my life's not what I planned I shaped my heart to fit the love of a Texas outlaw man. When things went bad, I left him dead, poisoned the well and then I ran and now that gospel story haunts me like his hands. The path I took was the path I saw I can't say that things are much worse, if I'd stayed with him and took any more I know he'd have killed me first. It's John who holds me to the woman inside, and she's more than the tears and the scars She is the one who can testify that all prisons are not made of bars. Far from home, in an enemy quarter Jesus spoke to a woman like me offered her a taste of living water, forgave her and set her free. (Repeat) Copyright Lenore Thompson and John Lopker. All rights reserved. The Samaritan woman at the well is an episode in the life of Jesus that appears only in the Gospel of John, in John 4:4-26. In Eastern Orthodox Church tradition, she is known as Photine (the luminous one). According to the John 4: Now he had to go through Samaria. So he came to a town in Samaria called Sychar, near the plot of ground Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jacob's well was there, and Jesus, tired as he was from the journey, sat down by the well. It was about the sixth hour. When a Samaritan woman came to draw water, Jesus said to her, "Will you give me a drink?" (His disciples had gone into the town to buy food.) The Samaritan woman said to him, "You are a Jew and I am a Samaritan woman. How can you ask me for a drink?" (For Jews do not associate with Samaritans.) This episode takes place after the return of Jesus to Galilee. Culturally there was great enmity between the Jews and the Samaritans, who were considered a half-breed race by the Jews. This Gospel episode is referred to as "a paradigm for our engagement with truth", in the Roman Curia book A Christian reflection on the New Age, as the dialogue says: "You worship what you do not know; we worship what we know" and offers an example of Jesus Christ the bearer of the water of life.The passages that comprise John 4:10-26 are sometimes referred to as the Water of Life Discourse which forms a complement to the Bread of Life Discourse. (source wiki wikipedia) Special thanks to these talented Creative Commons contributors (who are in no way associated with the content of this remix, no do they endorse it simpley by virture of allowing this remix): The Making of Molami by Molami https://vimeo.com/36088225 Phantom Under Water by BlueSandStudio https://vimeo.com/35414360 Tempest of Dust by Ian Norman https://vimeo.com/41340921

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          • Salon Marsof and BofA - Women of the World

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            Salon Marsof is a salon in Downtown Decatur, GA. Mother/Daughter duo, Maria and Sofia Poulos, proudly opened their salon almost two years ago and it has quickly become one of the best salons in Atlanta, Georgia. Bank of America loved their story on how the inseparable team realized their dreams... We hope you do as well.

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            • a summer day

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              A summer day. Music: Cat Stevens: Where do the children play.

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              • POLE DANCER AT TATOO EXPO 2012

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                United Ink Tattoo Expo. Using ink as their medium and skin as their canvas, more than 500 tattoo artists spent the weekend showcasing their talents at a convention at the Nassau Coliseum. www.haroldgarciastudios.com Music: "Tego Calderón, Plan B-Pegaito a la Pared (feat. Plan B)", sound recording administered by: IODA

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                • NEW YORK TATTOO VIDEO

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                  United Ink Tattoo Expo. Using ink as their medium and skin as their canvas, more than 500 tattoo artists spent the weekend showcasing their talents at a convention at the Nassau Coliseum. www.haroldgarciastudios.com Music: "Megatonic Boys-America (Veerus & Maxie Devine Remix)"

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                  • Ernest Alexander : Women 2012

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                    • Agent Provocateur | Heartbreak

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                      Editor: Izzy Ehrlich Director: Michael Williams

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