Death of a Cemetery

Between Bedouin neighborhoods, Palestinian refugee camps, and old Roman ruins—if you look hard enough—one will find burial sites of Muslim leaders of the past scattered across the dry desert hills east of the Jordan Valley. From prophets to saints to warriors, their tombs and caves of over a thousand years ago remain intact and respected.

A couple of years ago, I visited about a dozen of these burial sites, and made prayers for each thanking them for their sacrifices… (read more http://bit.ly/9smhM8)

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