“Old Town ” of Nablus by Aseel S. Salman, Palestine – Photo Essay –

The most beautiful place in Nablus. On the pictures you can see old buildings,  houses, mosques and shops  that were built many years ago by many civilization like Byzantines and Ottomans. The old city of Nablus called Minor Damascus because it is very similar to Damascus city in its architecture, customs, traditions, accent and a … Continue reading “Old Town ” of Nablus by Aseel S. Salman, Palestine – Photo Essay –

The double edged sword by Nawras Mahir, Iraq

“Keep walking down the straight road; once you come across a ‘bizarre’ building on your right, this is the Issam Faris Institute.” I am here, standing at the main gate of the American University of Beirut, listening to the answer of the security man with his gentle Lebanese accent. I asked him to show me … Continue reading The double edged sword by Nawras Mahir, Iraq

Connection by Ahmed Nasri, Tunisia – photo essay –

I took these photos  in and around Tunis, Tunisia as well as in Malaga, Spain. I wanted to show how connected we all are in this world through  our common values, ethics, but also architecture. We sometimes tend to focus more on differences  rather than similarities that reunite us. Let's see if you can guess … Continue reading Connection by Ahmed Nasri, Tunisia – photo essay –