Asim Rafiqui

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Outside a local mosque in the back alleys of the port city of Gwadar.  Once a part of the Sultanate of Oman, Gwadar was given to Pakistan in 1958 but still retains strong elements of its Arabic character and culture.  It is also once of the towns in the Makran region where people of African descent can still be found.  It is also home to a unique Islamic sect called the Zikris