Since my last thread was successful I am gonna make another thread.

Arabo-Islamic art & culture: A Pictorial Thread on the Land of One Thousand and One Nights.
Umayyad mosque:
Syrian Architecture:
Yemeni Architecture:
Andalusian Pottery:
Traditional Arabian Female Clothes: (South Hejaz, North Hejaz, Northwestern Arabia-South Palestine-Sinai, South Arabia)
North Hejazi Bride Dress:
Exotic Trees of Socotra:
Najdi Door Designs:
Desert Pictures:
Tunisian-Moroccan-Sicilian Blue Architecture:
Nabataean Architecture:
Al-Qatt Al-Asiri:
Nabataean Architecture with Qatt Asiri:
Andalusi Architecture:
More Bedouins:
And Even More Bedouins:
And Paintings of Bedouins:
Iraqi Architecture:
Mamluk Architecture:
Norias of Hama:
Andalusian Handicrafts:
Islamic Calligraphy:
Arabic Miniatures:
Yemeni Quran Recitation:
Moroccan-Andalusi Quran Recitation:
Hejazi Quran Recitation:
Iraqi Quran Recitation:

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Andalusi hatred of Berbers and Morocco: A Thread.
Andalusi literature is filled with anti-Berber sentiment and all texts written by Andalusis that discuss their identity lack any relation to Berbers or the Maghreb. We can read those texts in chapter 7 of Nafh Al Teeb Fi Ghusn Al Andalus Al Rateeb.
Ibn Ghalib Al Andalusi: The people of Al Andalus are: Arab in their lineage and pride, Indians in their excessive care for science, Baghdadis in their cleanliness, intelligence and eloquence, Greeks in their care for agriculture, Chinese in their handicrafts, Turks in waging war.
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