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Mohamed Zeyara  Medical student. Outreach Director of PiousProjects. Born in Canada. Raised in the city of angels and heroes; Gaza. Youtube, SC and Twitter: @mzeyara

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I don't know what to say... may Allah be with your family.. everyone should be posting about this. #nabra

Salam, I hope everyone is enjoying this blessed month of Ramadan.

With Allah’s blessings, we are back with a new film “Sawda, an Orphans Story.” This short film is very dear to our hearts because of the connection we developed with the families featured in it. We work very hard to create healthy content for our community. All we ask is to help by sharing with your family and friends. And most importantly, to help orphans around the world such as Sawda.

Link in my bio.

Let's go!! #wethenorth

I can't keep up with my niece..

يا محمد يا زر الورد، ياللي دوبك خمس سنين، إحكيلي كيف خوفت الجيش؟ قصدي جيش المحتلين.

First Aid, uWorld, NBMEs, USMLErx and Pathoma; with a touch of 1948.

20 days left!

So proud of the @medspiration team for making this inspiring video. These guys are so good. I've said this to my brother @medspired before, and I'll say it here again. If there is an instagram account that I sit down and spend time reading their long descriptions, it's @medspiration. Whether you're a medical professional or not, follow them. Their posts are so educational and humbling in many different ways.
For medical students, and specifically for those planning on taking the USMLE's, my brother @alex_a_612_ here is the man. Watch his video and keep up with his posts. I promise you'll find him beneficial and inspiring. Link in my bio.

Wishing the @medspiration team all the best and can't wait to see you guys again. Keep going.

One of the new Mosques being built in Bamako, Mali. What do you guys think of the new look?

As I was about to drive from The Six back to Chicago, I was held back, again. It's always frustrating when things don't go according to plan. And it's no easy task to be certain in believing that we plan and God is the best of planners, especially during these situations.
My plan was to hit the road Friday afternoon, and reach Chicago around midnight. Plan demolished.
I meet up with my friends Friday evening in Tdot. We are hanging out in my car because we the north. As I reverse, my car's axle unexpectedly cracks.

If Allah did not stop me from driving out to Chicago, the axle would've undoubtedly cracked on my way to Chicago. Even if that didn't cause a crash, just saving me the headache of dealing with a dysfunctional car in the middle of nowhere was worth the trip being canceled.

Point is, when things don't go the way you've planned, just wait. You'll soon realize the answer to why that happened.

Last night's Super moon.

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