Big Picture Gallery

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The Syrian Revolution in Metaphor

Syrian photographer Jaber alAzmeh captures the uprising in a series of images.

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A Helping Hand: Turkish Eid Donations to Gaza Refugee Camps

Organizers from Yardimeli (Helping Hand), based in Istanbul, went to a number of Gaza Refugee Camps in Jordan in order to distribute donations made by Turkish citizens.

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The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy, the largest Atlantic hurricane on record, affected the Caribbean, Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States.

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Lower Manhattan After Hurricane Sandy

A walk from Chinatown to the Financial district. After 5 days of no power or water, the residents of Chinatown are struggling.

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Hajj: The Journey of a Lifetime

Millions of people converge on Mecca, Saudi Arabia for Hajj, the annual Muslim pilgrimage, one of the world's largest gatherings, and a sacred rite for all Muslims.

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Eid Celebrations Around the World

Muslims celebrate Eid, following a month-long fast of Ramadan.

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Amritsar, Sikhism's Holiest House of Worship

Harmandir Sahib, Punjab's Golden Temple (so named because it is literally plated in gold) may be Sikhism's holiest house of worship, but it, like any other gurdwara, is open to men and women of any faith. In fact, a Muslim was invited to lay the first foundation stone.

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Celebrating Ramadan Around the World

Check out photos from Capture the Spirit of Ramadan, an international photography contest that shows how Muslims around the world are bringing in Ramadan.

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Palestinian Refugee Creates Art From Metal Wire

Anas Al Barbarawi, a resident of the Talbieh Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan, creates art from metal wire.

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Jerash Camp School Mural Project

The children at the Jerash Refugee Camp School are in the midst of a four week summer camp run by the Middle East Fitness Initiative (MEFI), a program held annually, currently in its second year.