I am Hans-Peter Müller, a Professor in Dentistry in one of the most remote places in the world. After I had been living and working for several years in the Middle East helping to establish a new international faculty at Kuwait University, I have moved in the meantime to another extreme, the Arctic (where I do pretty much the same).
I am not religious but, after 9/11 and in the middle of sort of a clash of civilizations, very interested in religion and, in particular, the culture of Muslim societies. In fact, in war times (once poorly disguised as war against terrorism, now actually an endless Global War on Terror) it might be vital to acquire the necessary knowledge about what separates us. You may want to see the blog’s manifesto here.
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dear fahad, your subjects are very interesting. your blog is well
I love your site!
I love your site. Keep it up !
I just stumbled upon your website today. It is marvelous! Thank you. Please email me, for I have a few questions regarding mosque art.
Thank you kindly.
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Thank you Sir for your article about “Darb-i Imam”.
I work on christian civilisation (painting) and I “know” that in old times “we” got great contacts with Muslims. The key word was GEOMETRY ! International language. The one of God ?
though I personnally am religious (which is not important for what I’m going to say but just for information)
I like your self-description as someone NOT being religious BUT very interested in religion and in particular aquiring knowledge about what separates us!
would the vice-versa formulation then eventually do as well for you:
what could be some common basics between different religions and/or cultures, life-styles etc. or rather not!???
Something else I would like to add:
I am much impressed about the marvellous, beautiful carpets and their pattern, of which you joined some artful photographies!
thanks a lot!
Almuth, I have posted, in a very unorganized way, several of my own pieces (carpets) on my other blog http://www.al-qanaa.blogspot.com. Greetings to Heidelberg (where I loved to live between 1993 and 2001).
Yo Fahad! I’ve been meaning to drop a line on your site for a while. I don’t read enough of your blog but I should because every time I find something I really dig. Keep up the good work and maybe in the future we can collaborate a bit, get some “cross-blog” conversing going. 😉 Cheers!
Dear Fahad , Hope you are very well . I am looking for a freelance in kunduz so please help me in that.