Ihram by Khalid Ibrahim

Ihram by Khalid Ibrahim


A response to the Muslim Ban.

"Ihram is a garment of equity and peace; it sheds the wearer of any class or social status. Every year during Hajj, millions of Muslims wear Ihram on their religious pilgrimage to Meccah. Whether you are a rich or poor, everyone wears the same two, simple, white pieces of cloth. One of the many peaceful practices in Islam that are discordant with the Western view of the religion.."

Khalid Ibrahim / Eat Pomegranate is a photographer & scientist living and working in Mid-Michigan.

The print measures 13x19". Printed on matte heavyweight photo paper. 

Profits from the sale of this print will go towards Raices Texas Family Unification Bond Fund to help reunite families separated at the U.S. border.

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