I agree. Or a side.If they were teenagers the girls would sit at the back
Yes, we should overlook details to some extent. This might be a trivial now, but tomorrow when things like this become the new normal, whether to pray or not will be the new trivial.i do not think it would makes difference to me but i was shocked i noticed details. normally i just see the big picture and analize. normally i over look details and go stiaght to the root/big picture.
i also loved the huge natire space and the small picture (kids and the teacher). i always over look things and see positive.
Wow! Maaasha Allah! Kaa yari Far fiicanaaI used to learn madarasa like that near dhoqoshay valley. There was no books no black boards, No pen or pencils, just LOOX (wood) and KHAD (battery ink) and stick brush , we had no Erasers so we used to use green JALEELO to wipe our looxs. girls always sit behind or the corner side. our teacher mohamed was member of alitahid al-islamiya a very powefull group at that time. he trained us like a military. the fastest the wrestlers and those who can climb or jumb over trees used to have special ranks in our madrasa. when we finish our lessons we used to march towards the village like a army parade until we are getting closer to our homes.
chanting muslimuna muslimua muslimuun, xaythu kaanal xaqu wal cadlu nakuun .....
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