Thursday, 1 August 2013

[PF:172396] AWESOME SETS OF STAIRS


TEN AWESOME SETS of STAIRS!
 
not for the faint hearted.
 

 
For many, stairs are something to avoid, unless you're 
determined to lose some weight. But lovers of nature and 
spectacular views are more than used to climbing steps 
and yet more steps to gain the view, though this list of 
steps may be a challenge for those who get a little 
dizzy. 

 
 
 
 
Peldaños del Cañón  (Rungs of the Canyon)
Where you are: Pailon del Diablo, Ecuador
Where are 
they going? Designed to descend to the bottom of one of 
the most famous waterfalls in South 
America,  lost in the fog along the way in 
many cases. It is extremely slippery and steep for 
several tens of metres to a lookout where you can see 
the dramatic effect, accompanied by hummingbirds,gulls 
and other local 
birds
 
  
  
The Step-well of Chand Baori near Jaipur, Rajasthan
Where you are: India
Where are 
they going? These steps lead down to a huge pool, built 
in the tenth century to overcome the lack of rainfall in 
the region and store water for long periods. The 
structure has a total of 3,500 steps, down to a depth of 
30 metres --- then up again with the 
water.
 
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Stairs ElbeSandstoneMountains Where you are: 
Dresden, Germany
Where are they going? 
Stairs carved into the stone of the mountain itself . 
They date from the 13th century and have been eroded by 
wind and water, but are still being used daily by 
tourists.  487 steps, though not enough, were 
restored and expanded in the eighteenth century to 
facilitate transit.
 
 
The Rock of Guatapé
Where you are: Antioquia, Colombia
Where are they going? The rock is a stone monolith 220 metres 
high. The steps are constructed with cement, directly on 
the rock, making use of a natural cleavage. 702 steps 
must be climbed to reach the 
peak.
  
 
The ladder Haiku
Where you are: Oahu, Hawaii
Material: metal
Where are they going? On the small island
of Oahu there is this tremendous journey of 3922 steps,
climbing, across and down a hill 
of 850 metres. They were created to facilitate the 
installation of a satellite in 1942.  Originally 
of  wood, they were modernized in the '50s, but 
since 1987 have been closed to the 
public.
  
 
The Inca Trail
Where you are: Peru
Where are they going?  An ancient trade route linking the city of 
Cuzco to Machu Pichu.   The rugged topography of the area 
forced the Inca Trail to make detours around hills and 
between mountains. The result: miles and miles of 
stairs, in some cases very precarious, as the famous 
floating staircases.
 
 
Standing there and not holding on to something 
~    
Obviously 
it wasn't a windy day? 
!!!!
 
 
Ladder Via Crucis
Where you are: Bermeo, Basque Country, Spain
Where are they going? 
This endless row of stairs is attached to the 
rocky coast where there is a small church dating from 
the tenth century and seemingly of Templar origin.
To 
reach the hermitage of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, one has 
to climb 231 steps and there are gaps in the steps that 
are identified as the footsteps of St. 
John himself, which are given different 
healing powers.   For example, you have to put 
your feet in them as a cure for corns, or leave hats, 
scarves or chapelas, to cure the headache.
 
 
Spiral staircase in the TaihangMountains
Where you are: At the boundary between the provinces of 
Shanxi and Henan, China.

Where are they going? 
This spiral staircase of almost 100 metres was installed recently in an attempt to attract tourists to thebeautiful Taihang Mountains.
Before undertaking the ascent, visitors are asked to sign forms to ensure they do not have heart or lung problems, and are under 
age 60.  And a slip on the narrow metal ladder can 
certainly lead to heaven, as in the Led Zeppelin 
song.
 
I am sooo disappointed I can't go on that beautiful spiral 
staircase
 
Spiral staircase because I'm over the age of 
60
 
 
Wayna Pichu
Where you are: Machu PicchuPeru
Where are they going? Stairs carved into the rock that crowns a 
climb of about 360 metres from Machu Picchu 
itself.   In some parts, the ascent is 
complicated to pass through narrow sections, with small 
step and eroded steps. Climbing time is calculated to be 
between one hour and 90 minutes: 90 minutes climbing 
stairs! Only 400 tourists a day are allowed, and access 
is closed from 1pm, just in case.
 
 
   

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[PF:172395] AMAZING PLANT SCULPTURES



 الفن التشكيلي بنبات الحدائق... لوحات رائعة في المرفق
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[PF:172394] Who owns what?

 


 


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Re: {Kantakji Group}. Add '12005' العدد 14 من مجلة الاقتصاد الإسلامي العالمية

وفقكم الله وسدد خطاكم و رفع عنكم الظلم و اعاد لكم الرية و الامن
رمضانكم كريم و كل عام وسوريا الشقيقة بالف خير
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
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تم وبحمد الله إصدار العدد 14 من مجلة الاقتصاد الإسلامي العالمية.
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[PF:172393] Concept of Zakat in Islam + Understanding Zakat

In the name of Allah, the Most-Merciful, the All-Compassionate
 
"May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon You"
 
Praise be to Allaah, we seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of our own souls and from our bad deeds. Whomsoever Allaah guides will never be led astray, and whomsoever Allaah leaves astray, no one can guide. I bear witness that there is no god but Allaah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
 
  
Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah
As-Salaam Alaikum Wa-Rahmatullahi Wa-Barakatuhu
 

Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam.

It has been mentioned, along with daily Prayers (Salaat / Namaz), over seventy times in the Quran.

Allahs word commanding ".....and establish regular Salaat and GIVE regular Zakat....." are referred to in many parts of the Quran.


From this we can conclude that after Salaat, Zakat is the most important act in Islam.

Just as Salaat is the most important act of worship which has to be performed bodily, so is Zakat the main act of worship which has to be performed monetarily. Those who fulfill this duty have been promised abundant reward in this world and hereafter.


Whoever evades Zakat has been sternly warned in the Quran and Hadith of the consequences.

Linguistically, ZAKAT has two meanings: purification and growth. Technically, it means to purify ones possession of wealth by distributing a prescribed amount to the poor, the indigent, the slaves or captives, and the wayfarer.


There are many major benefits of giving Zakat:
  • It reminds Muslims of the fact that whatever wealth they may possess is due to the blessings of Allah and as such it is to be spent according to the His commands.
  • Zakat functions as a social security for all. Those who have enough money today pay for what they have. If they need money tomorrow they will get what is necessary to help them live decently.
  • Zakat payer pays his dues to Allah as an act of worship, a token of submission and an acknowledgment of gratitude. The receiver of Zakat receives it as a grant from Allah out of His bounty, a favor for which he is thankful to Allah.
  • Economically, Zakat is the best check against hoarding. Those who do not invest their wealth but prefer to save or hoard it would see their wealth dwindling year after year at the rate of the payable Zakat. This helps increase production and stimulates supply because it is a redistribution of income that enhances the demand by putting more real purchasing power in the hands of poor.


Zakat is obligatory upon a person if :
  • He or she is an adult, sane, free and Muslim.
  • He/she must possess wealth in excess of specified minimum (Nisaab) excluding his or her personal needs (clothing, household furniture, utensils, cars etc. are termed article of personal needs).
  • It should be possessed for a complete lunar year.
  • It should be of productive nature from which one can derive profit or benefit such as merchandise for business, gold, silver, livestock etc.


The amount of wealth which makes one liable for Zakat is called Nisaab.


Gold 87.48 Gram 7.50Tolas 1350Grains 2.8125Troy Oz.
Silver 612.36Gram 52.50Tolas 9450Grains and 19.6875 Troy Oz.


Nisaab of cash, stock or bonds, other cash assets is the equivalent amount of Gold or Silver. Nisaab is calculated by adding up the cash value of all the assets such as gold, silver, currency etc. and if it is equal TO or in excess of the minimum Nisaab as specified in the above table, the Zakat is due at the rate of 2.5%.


The payment of Zakat is compulsory on the excess wealth or effects which is equal to or exceeds the value of Nisaab, and which is possessed for a full Islamic year. If such wealth decreases during the course of the year and increases again to the value of Nisaab before the end of the year, the Zakat then must be calculated on the full amount that is possessed at the end of the year.




TYPES OF WEALTH ON WHICH ZAKAT IS IMPOSED:
  1. Gold and silver, in any form.
  2. Cash, bank notes, stocks, bonds etc.
  3. Merchandise for business, equal to the value of Nisaab.
  4. Live stock.
  5. On income derived from rental business.


DISTRIBUTION OF ZAKAT:
  1. Zakat should be given as soon as possible after it becomes due.
  2. All of the Zakat can be given to one person or to several persons.
  3. A poor man cannot be paid for his work from Zakat nor can Zakat be given in payment of services, except to the people appointed by the Islamic government to collect Zakat.
  4. Zakat will only be valid if the recipient is made the owner of that amount. If, for example, a few needy persons are fed a meal from Zakat money, then Zakat will not be fulfilled as they were not made owners of the food.
  5. Zakat cannot be given for the construction of Masjid, Madrasah, Hospital, a well, a bridge or any other public amenity.
  6. Zakat can be paid in kind from the same merchandise on which it is due, or alternatively, it could be paid in cash.



TYPES OF WEALTH ON WHICH ZAKAT IS NOT IMPOSED:
  1. On any metals other than gold or silver.
  2. Fixtures and fittings of a shop, car, trucks or any delivery vehicle etc., which is used in running business.
  3. Diamonds, pearls, other precious or semi precious stones which are for personal use.
  4. There is no Zakat on personal residence, household furniture, pots and pan, personal clothing, whether they are in use or not.
  5. There is no Zakat on a person whose liabilities exceed or equal his assets. (Home Mortgage in this country is not to be counted as personal liability for the Zakat purpose).



RECIPIENTS OF ZAKAT:
 


The recipients of Zakat, according to Quran are as follows: "Alms are for the poor and the needy, and those employed to administer (the funds); for those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to truth); for those in bondage and in debt; and for the wayfarer: (Thus is it) ordained by Allah, and Allah is full of Knowledge and Wisdom." (Quran 9:60)


  1. FUQARA: people who are poor and who possess more than their basic needs but do not possess wealth equal to Nisaab.
  2. MASAKEEN: people who are destitute and extremely needy to the extent they are forced to beg for their daily food rations.
  3. AL-AMILEEN: people appointed by an Islamic Government to collect Zakat.
  4. MU-ALLAFATUL-QULUB: persons who have recently accepted Islam and are in need of basic necessities who would benefit from encouragement by Muslims which would help strengthen their faith.
  5. AR-RIQAAB: slaves who are permitted to work for remuneration and have an agreement from their masters to purchase their freedom on payment of fixed amounts.
  6. AL-GHAARIMEEN: persons who have a debt and do not possess any other wealth or goods with which they could repay that which they owe. It is conditional that this debt was not created for any un-Islamic purpose.
  7. FI-SABILILLAH: persons who have to carry out an obligatory deed which has become obligatory on them and subsequently (due to loss of wealth) are unable to complete that obligation.
  8. IBN-US-SABEEL: persons who are travelers and during the course of their journey do not possess basic necessities, though they are well to do at home. They could be given Zakat in order to fulfill travel needs to return home.



PERSONS WHO CANNOT BE GIVEN ZAKAT:
  1. Zakat cannot be given to the descendants of Muhammad (P.B.U.H);
  2. Zakat cannot be given to parents and grandparents. In the same manner one's children and grandchildren cannot be given Zakat. A husband and wife cannot give Zakat to each other.



VIRTUES OF ZAKAT:
Allah says in the Quran: "The parable of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is that of a grain of corn. It grows seven ears and each ear has hundred grains. Allah increases manifold to whom He pleases." (Quran 2:261)



It is stated in the Hadith that by giving Zakat the following benefits are derived:
  1. Gain the pleasure of Allah.
  2. Increase in wealth and protection from losses.
  3. Allahs forgiveness and blessings.
  4. Protection from the wrath of Allah and from a bad death.
  5. A shelter on the Day of Judgment;
  6. Security from seventy misfortunes.


THE PUNISHMENT FOR NOT GIVING ZAKAT:

Allah says in the Quran: "And there are those who hoard gold and silver and do not spend it in the way of Allah, announce to them a most grievous penalty (when) on the Day of Judgment heat will be produced out of that wealth in the fire of Hell. Then with it they will be branded on their forehead and their flanks and backs. (It will be said to them) This is the treasure which you hoarded for yourselves, taste then the treasure that you have been hoarding." (Al-Quran 9:34-35)

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Zakaat Ke Mukammal Masail by Mufti Akmal (URDU)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_JIcXXhkHE

 



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[PF:172392] ABANDONED


1. Chenggong: 100,000 New Apartments with no Occupants

Reportedly one of the largest ghost towns in Asia, Chenggong began to take shape in 2003 as an overspill point for nearby Kunming, a city of nearly six-and-a-half million. Today, luxury villas, residential complexes, a modern stadium, kindergartens, shopping malls, and a forest of skyscrapers with over 100,000 new apartments are still unoccupied.

2. World's Largest Mall: Almost Empty Since 2005

Located on the outskirts of Dongguang, a city of 10 million people, the New South China Mall is not just the World's Biggest Mall, but also the emptiest shopping center ever known. You may think that the mall would be booming with a population of that size, but the vast majority of its 1,500 stores have been empty since it was finished in 2005. A canal, windmills, and replicas of the Campanile from St. Mark's Square in Venice and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris are not enough to attract people to a mall crippled by a poor transportation infrastructure.

3. Wonderland Amusement Park: The Largest Incomplete Amusement Park in Asia

In the mid-1990s, developers promised to build the largest amusement park in Asia, the Wonderland Amusement Park, in Nankou Town, Changping. However, the project stopped around 1998 after disagreements with the local government and farmers over property prices. Today, the Disneyesque castle and medieval ramparts of this theme park north of Beijing lie abandoned, while local farmers grow crops among the empty buildings.

4. Thames Town: An Empty Replica of an Old English Town

With Tudor buildings, cobbled streets, red telephone boxes, and a Gothic church, this could be an small town in the UK, but it's actually "Thames Town", located about 19 miles from central Shanghai. The replica opened in 2006, consisting mostly of low-density, single-family housing, with few commercial properties or community facilities. Now, only a "handful" of people live there. However, tourists, especially newlyweds, flock to the site for photographs in front of the picturesque church and main square.

5. Kangbashi: 28,000 People Living in a City Built for a Million

Intended to house a million people, the Kangbashi area of Ordos City remains largely uninhabited. By 2010, they were trying to reach at least 300,000 residents, but government figures stated that it had only 28,000. High home prices are often blamed for keeping prospective buyers away from the city, but when home prices crashed there --dropping from $1,100 a square foot in 2006 to $470 a square foot in December 2011-- people started to view Kangbashi as a lost cause.

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