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Fenomena Masjidil Haram

madinah-makkah Masjidil Haram Tampak Berkilau dari Satelit AS

Foto satelit AS menunjukkan fenomena menakjubkan.

Masjidil Haram tampak berkilauan jika dibandingkan dengan bangunan di sekitarnya. Umat Muslim pun sontan berkata SUBHANALLAH begitu mengetahui fenomena ini.

Foto tersebut diambil dengan pencitraan foto satelit IKONOS dari satelit Space Imaging Inc milik Amerika Serikat.

Fenomena berkilau ini lantas dikaitkan dengan kepercayaan umat muslim dimana konon katanya banyak malaikat di lokasi Masjidil Haram yang menjadikannya berkilau sehingga kilauan Masjidil Haram bisa ditangkap oleh Satelit.

Spoiler for Masjidil Haram di Makkah tampak berkilau.

Bahkan kota Las Vegas dengan jutaan lampu yang berkilau saja kalah oleh fenomena yang dihasilkan oleh Masjidil Haram ini.

Menurut kamu, fenomena apakah ini?

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[2014-09-07 20:43] HqpMR8lECop6:

Some of the most brilliant <a href="">hororr</a> writers are Muslims, some who use pseudonyms. By the way, most readers know what is fiction and what's not. Why listen to your friends & mother? You are starting your career out as a writer and why stop your career just to please others?Will they be comfortable if you take a pseudonym? Would they pleased and unembarrassed if you write under a pseudonym?Would a pseudonym make any difference to your parents and friends? If so, why couldn't they accept your real name as a writer? Why can't they accept you as you really are?You are who you are, and God has made you as that. .References :

[2014-09-05 07:10] 5fZRfoRkzjkm:

I could not find any definitive <a href="">intmioafron</a> on where RT got its <a href="">intmioafron</a> for this story. They cite AFP as a source at one point low in the story, and photos are by Reuters stringers. Follow-ups presumably would also rely on sources on the ground, which apparently are not from RT, AP or even Reuters proper.Would relying on people in Kaduna be an option for follow-ups? Or would a non-Kaduna reporter need to go there?j

[2014-09-04 08:50] T76yQmiC:

I agree with you, Judi, that they do not have enough srceuos in this report. I think, this might be the main reason why readers might feel the coverage is too general and might want to know more details about the story.As for your questions, I think that the best option would be to have a reporter based in Nigeria, or even Kaduna specifically, who knows more about the conflict and covers it for a long period of time. I guess it would be easier for such a reporter to establish contact with people in Kaduna, which would make the coverage more reliable and detailed.Constance, I agree with you that people affected by violence in conflict zones are very sensitive to talk about this kind of issues for a variety of reasons. They might not trust the press; or sometimes they might be threatened if they speak up, even if they really want to tell their stories. I see the link to Judi's question here, and I believe that it is a reporter's job to be able to establish communication with people, to get them to talk.That is why such reporting is much more difficult than just taking other secondary srceuos as a base for a story ( as I think the RT reporters did in this one. However, I think, this is the type of reporting that all of us would appreciate more and would trust more.

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