#MuslimApologies Highlights The Absurdity Of Blaming An Entire Religion For Actions Of Few

September 24, 2014 9:12 PM

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A 17th-century manuscript shows Sultan Babur holding a plan and watching his gardeners measure flower beds. (V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum, page 222)

Qal’at of Benu Hammad is the earliest surviving Muslim tower of its kind, built in 1007 in Algeria. Features it displayed—rich decoration and arch designs of the upper sections—were later seen in the Romanesque and Gothic towers in Europe. (Mashreq Maghreb, page 206)

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