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Collective conscience of the leaders of ummah taking a nap

He name was Achraf Ameer, 27-years-old from Morocco. His lifeless body had drifted in the Mediterranean Sea for weeks. After being washed ashore, it laid faceless and nameless, most of the summer of 2021 in a freezer of an Andalusian morgue. He was a poor mechanic from Tangier, the place of grand summer palaces of the royals of Morocco, the scions of Alawi dynasty who have ruled since 1631.

The city’s governor, Tariq bin Ziyad, invaded Spain in the year 711 across the same shores which despairing Achraf wished to cross to earn a decent living which his motherland was unable to provide.

With so many bodies washing ashore, Martin Zamora turned the grim task of conveying the bodies to their families for Muslim burials into a business in Jabal-al-Tariq (Gibraltar).

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