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Online dating for Muslims is geared for marriage minded users as a gap between tradition and modernity. Muslim dating is a term that has risen as the world has become more globalized and secular. While Muslim dating is considered a controversial topic, many Muslims are beginning to wonder whether the idea of dating is such a bad thing. Traditionally, the concept of dating while Muslim was frowned upon and was actually considered taboo; however, as Muslim immigrant communities have sprung up in Western countries, traditional views on dating have had to take a back seat and adapt to the ever changing world. Forward thinking Muslims believe that Muslim dating is about getting to know each other without the physicality that is associated with dating. The main goal of Muslim dating is actually marriage which ties into religion. When it comes to dating under Islam, the Quran still determines every aspect of a relationship from the introduction to marriage. Traditionally, marriage was about two families coming together.
Henry Ossawa Tanner — was the first painter of African American descent to gain widespread fame in both the United States and Europe. His work was displayed numerous times at the academic Paris Salons of the late s and early s where it won awards and was purchased by the French state. During the s Tanner traveled throughout North Africa, spending time in Algeria and Morocco painting contemporary Bedouins and Muslims in local architectural settings. Many of his paintings from this period, with their close attention to issues of light and color, demonstrate Tanner's interest in Impressionism and other painterly methods of visual abstraction. While the subject matter of Palace of Justice, Tangiers at first appears to be the architectural setting in the background; the true content of the composition may actually lie in the figures in the right foreground. Here we see a man guiding a woman on horseback, recalling the biblical scene of the flight into Egypt, in which Joseph leads Mary and the baby Jesus to safety. This biblical theme would have been a natural for Tanner whose father was an archbishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Sargent Claude Johnson, Mask of a Girl One of the few artists who worked primarily on the West Coast and yet is firmly associated with the Harlem Renaissance, Sargent Claude Johnson — frequently used African art for inspiration. Following the death of both of his parents at a tender age, Johnson's aunt, the Washington, D.
This collection of images is a testament to a mere fraction of the conflicts and triumphs, catastrophes and achievements and simple but poignant moments of everyday life in the past days. Week after week, protesters poured onto the wide boulevards of Hong Kong, where the photographer Lam Yik Fei seemed to be everywhere. Brexit drew tens of thousands into the streets of London. A subway fare increase was the final spark that led to protests in Santiago, Chile, and people heaved makeshift bombs along a bridge linking Venezuela and Colombia. Every year the photo editors of The New York Times cull through days of photographs in an attempt to recapture and visually distill the year. The result is this collection of images, a visual chronicle of violence, political power struggles, climate catastrophes, mass shootings and a few poignant scenes of everyday life. Some stories were obvious in their photographic power. The wildfires that erupted across California seemed urgent and frightening.