Alert: High quality Canvas prints for sale at the IHRC shop on-line http://www.ihrc.org.uk/catalog

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IHRC is pleased to announce that a selection of 14 prints from renowned photographer Muhsin Kilby are now available for sale at http://www.ihrc.org.uk/catalog

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Islamic Human Rights Commission
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15 September 2008

High quality Canvas prints for sale at the IHRC shop on-line http://www.ihrc.org.uk/catalog

IHRC is pleased to announce that a selection of 14 prints from renowned photographer Muhsin Kilby are now available for sale at http://www.ihrc.org.uk/catalog.

The prints come in two sizes:

16" x 20" (16 inches x 20 inches / 40cm x 50cm approx)

30” x 40” (30inches x 40 inches / 75cm x 100cm approx)

All the prints are hand stretched onto 34mm bars and sealed with a varnish for extra protection. Original lightfast UV ink to keep the print looking vivid.

Muhsin Kilby is a London based photographer who has travelled through and photographed many parts of the world. His travels have taken him to Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Niger, Tunisia, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana, Sudan, Egypt), as well as the USA & Canada, Israel - Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and western Europe. An accomplished photographer, he has also written on various issues including Jerusalem and the Palestinian issue.

The prints cost £95 and £189, including postage and packaging.

The prints can be viewed at the shop and feature:

Interior of Masjid al-Aqsa (The Aqsa Mosque), Al-Quds (Jeruslaem)
Surah Al-Isra verse 5 on pier and arch, Surah Al A'raf verse 33 on pier

Interior of Masjid al-Aqsa (The Aqsa Mosque), Al-Quds (Jeruslaem)

Palace and Fortress of Al-Hambra, Granada , Andalucia: Embellished capital with calligraphy

Almohad door, Seville , Andalucia: Islamic remains of what was once the Grand Mosque

Interior of the Dome of the Rock, Al-Quds ( Jerusalem )

Water fountain, Fatih, Istanbul with the words 'Fi Sabeelillah' in Arabic, meaning 'For the sake of Allah'

View of Al-Quds ( Jerusalem ) from Masjid Umar (the Umar Mosque)

The Ka'bah, Makkah

The Ka'bah, Makkah

Medina Sunset, Masjid an Nabi (The Prophet's Mosque), Medina

Medina Sunset, Masjid an Nabi (The Prophet's Mosque), Medina

Masjid Al-Aqsa (The Aqsa Mosque), Al-Quds (Jeruslaem)

Embroidered calligraphy from Yeni Jami, Istanbul with 'In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent the Merciful,' and the declaration of faith, 'There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is His messenger.'


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