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IRAQ
RTXOV7E
July 25, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 24JUL06- Sheikh Abdullah Wahab al-Hassani (R) puts his hand on a sick child as he treats...
Baghdad, Iraq
-PHOTO TAKEN 24JUL06- Sheikh Abdullah Wahab al-Hassani (R) puts his hand on a sick child as he treat.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24JUL06- Sheikh Abdullah Wahab al-Hassani (R) puts his hand on a sick child as he treats him by reading verses from the Koran in his office in Baghdad July 24, 2006. [With rising violence ravaging] Iraq's health system, more and more Iraqis are turning to faith healers offering treatment for everything from minor ailments to cancer. Picture taken July 24, 2006.
INDIA
RTXOVC4
July 21, 2006
An Indian Muslim man reads verses from the Koran after Friday prayers at the Jama Masjid (mosque) in...
Delhi, India
An Indian Muslim man reads verses from the Koran after Friday prayers at the Jama Masjid (mosque) in.....
An Indian Muslim man reads verses from the Koran after Friday prayers at the Jama Masjid (mosque) in the old quarters of Delhi July 21, 2006.
LEBANON
RTXOUQS
July 18, 2006
A Lebanese woman and her children that fled the south of Lebanon read the Koran at a shelter in Saida,...
Beirut, Lebanon
A Lebanese woman and her children that fled the south of Lebanon read the Koran at a shelter in Said.....
A Lebanese woman and her children that fled the south of Lebanon read the Koran at a shelter in Saida, July 18, 2006. [Israeli warplanes battered Lebanon on Tuesday, killing 31 people, and more Hizbollah rockets hit northern Israel, killing one, with no sign that diplomacy would halt the week-old conflict any time soon.]
USA
RTXOUOV
July 18, 2006
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss (R) shakes the hand of Imam Husham Al-Husainy (L) as they join a march of several...
Dearborn, USA
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss (R) shakes the hand of Imam Husham Al-Husainy (L) as they join a march of .....
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss (R) shakes the hand of Imam Husham Al-Husainy (L) as they join a march of several thousand Arab-Americans demanding an end to the Israeli bombing of civilians in Lebanon and Gaza in Dearborn, Michigan July 18, 2006.
AHMADINE
RTXOU83
July 15, 2006
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad prays during the opening ceremony for an underground tunnel in...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad prays during the opening ceremony for an underground tunnel in.....
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad prays during the opening ceremony for an underground tunnel in Tehran July 15, 2006.
MIDEAST
RTXOUH3
July 12, 2006
A Palestinian boy holds a Hamas flag in a mosque before the funeral of a Palestinian family, killed by...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian boy holds a Hamas flag in a mosque before the funeral of a Palestinian family, killed .....
A Palestinian boy holds a Hamas flag in a mosque before the funeral of a Palestinian family, killed by an Israeli air strike, in Gaza City July 12, 2006. [Israel killed 18 Palestinians in Gaza on Wednesday including nine members of one family in an air strike that destroyed a residential building where the army said top Hamas commanders were meeting.]
TABTABAI
RTXOTNE
July 07, 2006
Islamic fundamentalist and newly re-elected opposition Member of Parliament Waleed Tabtabai (C) attends...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Islamic fundamentalist and newly re-elected opposition Member of Parliament Waleed Tabtabai (C) atte.....
Islamic fundamentalist and newly re-elected opposition Member of Parliament Waleed Tabtabai (C) attends a rally in front of the Kuwait Parliament building July 7, 2006, just days before the newly elected government convenes on July 12.
CHOUDARY
RTXOSA7
July 04, 2006
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magistrates...
London, UK
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magi.....
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magistrates Court in London July 4, 2006. Choudary is charged with organising a demonstration in front of the Danish embassy in London against the cartoons that depicted caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad.
CHOUDARY
RTXOSA6
July 04, 2006
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magistrates...
London, UK
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magi.....
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magistrates Court in London July 4, 2006. Choudary is charged with organising a demonstration in front of the Danish embassy in London against the cartoons that depicted caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad.
CHOUDARY
RTXOSA5
July 04, 2006
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magistrates...
London, UK
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magi.....
Anjem Choudary, the leader of the dissolved militant group al-Muhajiroun, arrives at Bow Street Magistrates Court in London July 4, 2006. Choudary is charged with organising a demonstration in front of the Danish embassy in London against the cartoons that depicted caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad.
AHMED
RTXOSSS
June 29, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN06 - Somalia's Shariif Sheikh Ahmed, the chairman of the Islamic Courts Union, addresses...
Mogadishu, Somalia
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN06 - Somalia's Shariif Sheikh Ahmed, the chairman of the Islamic Courts Union, ad.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN06 - Somalia's Shariif Sheikh Ahmed, the chairman of the Islamic Courts Union, addresses the media in Ramadan Hotel in capital Mogadishu, June 29, 2006. [Mogadishu's Islamist rulers sought to extend their authority across Somalia on Thursday and ratified a hardline Muslim cleric suspected of al Qaeda ties as their overall leader in moves sure to spread alarm in the West.]
FRANCE
RTXORM4
June 25, 2006
France's President Jacques Chirac (R) shakes hands with France's Muslim religious leader Dalil Boubakeur...
Verdun, France
France's President Jacques Chirac (R) shakes hands with France's Muslim religious leader Dalil Bouba.....
France's President Jacques Chirac (R) shakes hands with France's Muslim religious leader Dalil Boubakeur during the inauguration of the Muslim soldiers' monument in a military cemetery during ceremonies to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the battle of Verdun, eastern France, June 25, 2006. [The battle, which lasted from February 21, 1916 until December 19, 1916 caused over an estimated 700,000 casualties.]
SRINAGAR
RTXORWU
June 22, 2006
An aerial view of Kashmir's grand mosque is seen from an Indian Air Force helicopter in Srinagar June...
Srinagar, India
An aerial view of Kashmir's grand mosque is seen from an Indian Air Force helicopter in Srinagar Jun.....
An aerial view of Kashmir's grand mosque is seen from an Indian Air Force helicopter in Srinagar June 22, 2006.
CHINA
RTXORW4
June 22, 2006
Ma Sanying, 70, from the Chinese Hui minorities, walks at a migrant village Hongsibao in Wuzhong, China's...
WUZHONG, China
Ma Sanying, 70, from the Chinese Hui minorities, walks at a migrant village Hongsibao in Wuzhong, Ch.....
Ma Sanying, 70, from the Chinese Hui minorities, walks at a migrant village Hongsibao in Wuzhong, China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region June 22, 2006. [With just over 20 million adherents, according to the government, there are as many Muslims in China as there are living in Syria or Yemen, two predominantly Islamic countries.]
IRAQ
RTXOQOH
June 16, 2006
A blood stained wall is seen inside the Shi'ite Buratha mosque after a suicide bomb attack, which killed...
Baghdad, Iraq
A blood stained wall is seen inside the Shi'ite Buratha mosque after a suicide bomb attack, which ki.....
A blood stained wall is seen inside the Shi'ite Buratha mosque after a suicide bomb attack, which killed 10 people and wounded 25 others as worshippers gathered for Friday prayers, in Baghdad June 16, 2006.
MIDEAST
RTXOQ99
June 13, 2006
A Palestinian youth reads the Koran at Al Omarah mosque in Gaza city June 13, 2006, during the funeral...
Gaza, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian youth reads the Koran at Al Omarah mosque in Gaza city June 13, 2006, during the funer.....
A Palestinian youth reads the Koran at Al Omarah mosque in Gaza city June 13, 2006, during the funeral of Palestinians killed by an [Israeli missile strike.]
IRAQ
RTXOPY2
June 12, 2006
An Iraqi prisoner reads the holy Quran before his release at Abu Ghraib prison, west of Baghdad June...
Unknown, Iraq
An Iraqi prisoner reads the holy Quran before his release at Abu Ghraib prison, west of Baghdad Jun.....
An Iraqi prisoner reads the holy Quran before his release at Abu Ghraib prison, west of Baghdad June 11, 2006. A second group out of a total of more than 2,000 Iraqi prisoners was released on Sunday under a national reconciliation plan announced by new [Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki] last week, witnesses said.
SOMALIA
RTXOP9W
June 04, 2006
A member of a Somali Islamic Court militia holds his weapon in Bal'ad area after clashes with a self-styled...
BAL AD, Somalia
A member of a Somali Islamic Court militia holds his weapon in Bal'ad area after clashes with a self.....
A member of a Somali Islamic Court militia holds his weapon in Bal'ad area after clashes with a self-styled anti-terrorism coalition of warlords, June 4, 2006. [The town, 30 km (19 miles) north of Mogadishu, fell to the Islamic courts after two hours of intense battle that left nine people dead, officials and residents said.]
NETHERLANDS
RTXOO2O
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. [In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
NETHERLANDS
RTXOO2N
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. [In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
NETHERLANDS
RTXOO2M
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.
NETHERLANDS
RTXOO2L
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A general view shows The Essalam mosque nearing completion in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. [In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
NETHERLANDS
RTXOO2K
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A cyclist passes by The Essalam mosque in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A cyclist passes by The Essalam mosque in Rotterdam, Netherlands in thi.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - A cyclist passes by The Essalam mosque in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. [The Essalam mosque is nearing completion. In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
VORTHOREN
RTXOO2J
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Ro.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. Vorthoren, 27, who coverted to Islam when she married a man of Turkish origin, works for the SPIOR umbrella organisation of Muslim organisations in Rotterdam. [In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
VORTHOREN
RTXOO2I
May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Ro.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. Vorthoren, 27, who coverted to Islam when she married a man of Turkish origin, works for the SPIOR umbrella organisation of Muslim organisations in Rotterdam. [In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
MIDEAST
RTXONLP
May 26, 2006
A Palestinian girl walks after Friday prayers in the yards of the Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa mosque...
Jerusalem, WEST BANK
A Palestinian girl walks after Friday prayers in the yards of the Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa mo.....
A Palestinian girl walks after Friday prayers in the yards of the Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's old city May 26, 2006.
IRAN
RTXONH1
May 25, 2006
A group of Iranian women who signed up to volunteer as suicide bombers hold up copies of the Koran during...
Tehran, Iran
A group of Iranian women who signed up to volunteer as suicide bombers hold up copies of the Koran d.....
A group of Iranian women who signed up to volunteer as suicide bombers hold up copies of the Koran during a ceremony in support of the Palestinian people at a cemetery in Tehran, Iran May 25, 2006.
MIDEAST
RTXONOZ
May 24, 2006
A Palestinian militant from al-Aqsa martyr's brigades holds a copy of Koran during a rally as they prepare...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian militant from al-Aqsa martyr's brigades holds a copy of Koran during a rally as they p.....
A Palestinian militant from al-Aqsa martyr's brigades holds a copy of Koran during a rally as they prepare to share patrolling with the new Hamas police in Gaza May 24, 2006.
INDIA
RTXOMP4
May 22, 2006
Indian Kashmiri Muslims offer prayers amid rubbles of a mosque destroyed in the South Asian quake in...
Dildar, India
Indian Kashmiri Muslims offer prayers amid rubbles of a mosque destroyed in the South Asian quake in.....
Indian Kashmiri Muslims offer prayers amid rubbles of a mosque destroyed in the South Asian quake in Dildar village near the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir October 17, 2005.
KASHMIR
RTXOKF8
May 10, 2006
A veiled Kashmiri Muslim prays at the shrine of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, a Sufi saint, on his death...
Srinagar, India
A veiled Kashmiri Muslim prays at the shrine of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, a Sufi saint, on his dea.....
A veiled Kashmiri Muslim prays at the shrine of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, a Sufi saint, on his death anniversary in Srinagar May 10, 2006. Thousands of Kashmiri Muslims who believe in Sufism gathered on Wednesday at the shrine of Jeelani, also known as Shah-e-Baghdad (King of Baghdad), on the 866th death anniversary to offer special prayers.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOKOP
May 08, 2006
A disabled Afghan man stands next to the shrine of Imam Ali, son in-law of Prophet Mohammad, in the city...
Mazar, Afghanistan
A disabled Afghan man stands next to the shrine of Imam Ali, son in-law of Prophet Mohammad, in the .....
A disabled Afghan man stands next to the shrine of Imam Ali, son in-law of Prophet Mohammad, in the city of Mazar-i-Shariff, about 420 km (260 miles) north of [Kabul], Afghanistan May 8, 2006.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOKOO
May 08, 2006
Afghan women covered by burqas walk in the yard of the shrine of Imam Ali, son in-law of Prophet Mohammad,...
Mazar, Afghanistan
Afghan women covered by burqas walk in the yard of the shrine of Imam Ali, son in-law of Prophet Moh.....
Afghan women covered by burqas walk in the yard of the shrine of Imam Ali, son in-law of Prophet Mohammad, in the city of Mazar-i-Shariff, about 420 km (260 miles) north of[Kabul], Afghanistan May 8, 2006.
GERMANY
RTXOKNA
May 06, 2006
Protestant pastor Roland Herpich (R) and imam Taha hold a trophy after a soccer match to promote friendship...
Berlin, Germany
Protestant pastor Roland Herpich (R) and imam Taha hold a trophy after a soccer match to promote fri.....
Protestant pastor Roland Herpich (R) and imam Taha hold a trophy after a soccer match to promote friendship and understanding of the religions in Berlin May 6, 2006. A team of Christian priests thrashed a group of imams 12-1 to win Germany's first soccer cup between religious leaders on Saturday, but it was all hugs and smiles after the match to promote tolerance.
GERMANY
RTXOKN9
May 06, 2006
Protestant pastor Roland Herpich (R) and imam Taha hold a trophy after a soccer match to promote friendship...
Berlin, Germany
Protestant pastor Roland Herpich (R) and imam Taha hold a trophy after a soccer match to promote fri.....
Protestant pastor Roland Herpich (R) and imam Taha hold a trophy after a soccer match to promote friendship and understanding of the religions in Berlin May 6, 2006. A team of Christian priests thrashed a group of imams 12-1 to win Germany's first soccer cup between religious leaders on Saturday, but it was all hugs and smiles after the match to promote tolerance.
ABBAS
RTXOJJK
May 05, 2006
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah May 5, 2006....
Ramallah, WEST BANK
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah May 5, .....
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah May 5, 2006.
ABBAS
RTXOJJH
May 05, 2006
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah May 5, 2006....
Ramallah, WEST BANK
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah May 5, .....
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah May 5, 2006.
IRAN
RTXOJ1X
April 24, 2006
An Iranian policewoman (R) speaks to a girl about her headscarf in Tehran April 24, 2006.
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Tehran, Iran
An Iranian policewoman (R) speaks to a girl about her headscarf in Tehran April 24, 2006.
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An Iranian policewoman (R) speaks to a girl about her headscarf in Tehran April 24, 2006.
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IRAN
RTXOJ1W
April 24, 2006
An Iranian policewoman (R) approaches a girl in Tehran April 24, 2006.
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Tehran, Iran
An Iranian policewoman (R) approaches a girl in Tehran April 24, 2006.
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An Iranian policewoman (R) approaches a girl in Tehran April 24, 2006.
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LIBYA
RTXOHYG
April 14, 2006
A Libyan Muslim prays during traditional Friday prayers inside the old mosque in the Libyan capital of...
Tripoli, Libya
A Libyan Muslim prays during traditional Friday prayers inside the old mosque in the Libyan capital .....
A Libyan Muslim prays during traditional Friday prayers inside the old mosque in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, April 14, 2006. [Libyans mark the 20th anniversary of the U.S. bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi on Saturday, saying the memory of the raid has left a legacy of suspicion between the two countries despite recent efforts to rebuild trust.]
IRAQ
RTXOHFN
April 11, 2006
A Kurdish peshmerga soldier walks away from a mosque in the village of Sekanian Sheik Bakh, where Kurds...
SEKANIAN SHEIK BAKH, Iraq
A Kurdish peshmerga soldier walks away from a mosque in the village of Sekanian Sheik Bakh, where Ku.....
A Kurdish peshmerga soldier walks away from a mosque in the village of Sekanian Sheik Bakh, where Kurds were killed in an Anfal attack, in Iraq, April 11, 2006. [Saddam Hussein and six others are charged with genocide and crimes against humanity stemming from a crackdown called Operation Anfal, a three-phase move against Kurds in northern Iraq during the war with Iran in the late 1980s.]
IRAQ
RTXOHHJ
April 07, 2006
A sandal and prayer beads lie in a pool of blood outside a mosque after a suicide bombing in central...
Baghdad, Iraq
A sandal and prayer beads lie in a pool of blood outside a mosque after a suicide bombing in central.....
A sandal and prayer beads lie in a pool of blood outside a mosque after a suicide bombing in central Baghdad April 7, 2006. [Three suicide bombers dressed as women killed at least 50 people at a Shi'ite mosque on Friday in Baghdad, police said, putting more pressure on Iraq's divided leaders to form a government and face up to sectarian violence.]
USA
RTXOHCL
April 06, 2006
In this photo reviewed by US military officials, an unidentified detainee prays inside the compound of...
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
In this photo reviewed by US military officials, an unidentified detainee prays inside the compound .....
In this photo reviewed by US military officials, an unidentified detainee prays inside the compound of Camp Delta detention center, at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, Cuba April 6, 2006.
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KASHMIR
RTXOGOR
April 04, 2006
Kashmiri Muslims offer funeral prayers next to the coffin containing the body of Wali Mohammed War, a...
Baramulla, India
Kashmiri Muslims offer funeral prayers next to the coffin containing the body of Wali Mohammed War, .....
Kashmiri Muslims offer funeral prayers next to the coffin containing the body of Wali Mohammed War, a 50-year-old municipal councillor, in Baramulla, 55 km (34 miles) north of [Srinagar], April 4, 2006. War was shot dead by unidentified gunmen outside his residence in Baramulla on Tuesday morning, police said.
KASHMIR
RTXOGOQ
April 04, 2006
Kashmiri Muslims offer funeral prayers next to the coffin containing the body of Wali Mohammed War, a...
Baramulla, India
Kashmiri Muslims offer funeral prayers next to the coffin containing the body of Wali Mohammed War, .....
Kashmiri Muslims offer funeral prayers next to the coffin containing the body of Wali Mohammed War, a 50-year-old municipal councillor, in Baramulla, 55 km (34 miles) north of [Srinagar], April 4, 2006. War was shot dead by unidentified gunmen outside his residence in Baramulla on Tuesday morning, police said.
PAKISTAN
RTXOFX1
March 29, 2006
A partial solar eclipse is seen through a crescent of Faisal Mosque in Islamabad March 29, 2006. [The...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A partial solar eclipse is seen through a crescent of Faisal Mosque in Islamabad March 29, 2006. [Th.....
A partial solar eclipse is seen through a crescent of Faisal Mosque in Islamabad March 29, 2006. [The track of the eclipse stretches from eastern Brazil, across the Atlantic to north Africa, then on to the Middle East, Central Asia, west China and Mongolia.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOFAV
March 24, 2006
An Afghan boy sits near men praying at one of the main mosques in the Afghan capital of Kabul March 24,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan boy sits near men praying at one of the main mosques in the Afghan capital of Kabul March .....
An Afghan boy sits near men praying at one of the main mosques in the Afghan capital of Kabul March 24, 2006. [Afghanistan faced increasing international pressure to resolve the case of a man who could face the death penalty for converting to Christianity, but many ordinary Afghans said he should be put on trial and punished.]
IRAQ
RTXOES4
March 20, 2006
Shi'ite pilgrims gather to pray outside the Imam Hussein shrine during a religious ceremony in the holy...
Kerbala, Iraq
Shi'ite pilgrims gather to pray outside the Imam Hussein shrine during a religious ceremony in the h.....
Shi'ite pilgrims gather to pray outside the Imam Hussein shrine during a religious ceremony in the holy Iraqi city of Kerbala, 110 km (70 miles) south of [Baghdad], March 20, 2006. [Amid heavy security, local officials say they expect up to two million people to attend the Arbain ceremonies that climax on Monday evening in Kerbala.]
IRAQ
RTXOES3
March 20, 2006
Shi'ite pilgrims gather to pray outside the Imam Hussein shrine during a religious ceremony in the holy...
Kerbala, Iraq
Shi'ite pilgrims gather to pray outside the Imam Hussein shrine during a religious ceremony in the h.....
Shi'ite pilgrims gather to pray outside the Imam Hussein shrine during a religious ceremony in the holy Iraqi city of Kerbala, 110 km (70 miles) south of [Baghdad], March 20, 2006. [Amid heavy security, local officials say they expect up to two million people to attend the Arbain ceremonies that climax on Monday evening in Kerbala.]
IRAQ
RTXOEMY
March 19, 2006
A Shi'ite woman holds her son as they watch a religious ceremony in the holy Iraqi city of Kerbala, 110...
Kerbala, Iraq
A Shi'ite woman holds her son as they watch a religious ceremony in the holy Iraqi city of Kerbala, .....
A Shi'ite woman holds her son as they watch a religious ceremony in the holy Iraqi city of Kerbala, 110 km (68 miles) south of [Baghdad] March 19, 2006. [Hundreds of thousands of Shi'ite pilgrims flocked to Kerbala on Sunday amid tight security to foil any sectarian attack, and an ex-prime minister said Iraq was already embroiled in civil war. A sea of people filled roads to Kerbala ahead of Arbain, mourning the dead in a 7th century battle that confirmed a schism in Islam that has left Iraq dangerously divided between Sunnis and Shi'ites today.]
SYRIA
RTXOE2N
March 15, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 07MAR06 - Islamic Shari'a students pray inside al-Kasrofiyyeh mosque and school for religious...
Aleppo, Syria
- PHOTO TAKEN 07MAR06 - Islamic Shari'a students pray inside al-Kasrofiyyeh mosque and school for re.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07MAR06 - Islamic Shari'a students pray inside al-Kasrofiyyeh mosque and school for religious studies in Aleppo, Syria March 7, 2006. Aleppo was chosen by the Islamic conference organization in 2004, to become the capital of Arab-Islamic culture on March 18, 2006, after [Makkah] in 2005. Aleppo, along with [Damascus and Sana'a], are the three oldest inhabited cities in human history, and was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1986.
KOSOVO
RTXOE9Y
March 12, 2006
A Kosovo Albanian prays at the graves of relatives killed by Serbian forces in January 1999 in the village...
Pristina
A Kosovo Albanian prays at the graves of relatives killed by Serbian forces in January 1999 in the v.....
A Kosovo Albanian prays at the graves of relatives killed by Serbian forces in January 1999 in the village of Racak, some 30 km (20 miles) south of the Kosovo capital Pristina, March 12, 2006. [The U.N. war crimes tribunal said on Sunday it did not know what killed Milosevic but hoped an autopsy would explain the death in his cell of the man branded the "Butcher of the Balkans". ]
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IRAQ
RTXODQ8
March 10, 2006
The Iraqi national flag, with a picture of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on it, flutters as residents...
Baghdad, Iraq
The Iraqi national flag, with a picture of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on it, flutters as residen.....
The Iraqi national flag, with a picture of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on it, flutters as residents attend Friday prayers in Baghdad's Sad'r city March 10, 2006. Iraq's president on Thursday delayed a first session of its new parliament by a week beyond a constitutional deadline and there was no sign of an end to deadlock that has stalled the formation of a unity government.
IRAN
RTXODEX
March 07, 2006
Top Iranian clerics listen to a speech at an opening session of the Assembly of Experts in Tehran, Iran...
Tehran, Iran
Top Iranian clerics listen to a speech at an opening session of the Assembly of Experts in Tehran, I.....
Top Iranian clerics listen to a speech at an opening session of the Assembly of Experts in Tehran, Iran March 7, 2006.
MALAYSIA
RTXOD22
March 06, 2006
A duplicate copy of the Koran Mushaf Uthman, regarded as the world's oldest copy of the Koran and is...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A duplicate copy of the Koran Mushaf Uthman, regarded as the world's oldest copy of the Koran and is.....
A duplicate copy of the Koran Mushaf Uthman, regarded as the world's oldest copy of the Koran and is listed as the "Memory of the World", is on display at the Jawi script exhibition in Kuala Lumpur March 6, 2006. The original Koran in now kept in the Islamic Centre in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and was the one read by Caliph Uthman Ibn Affan.
NETHERLANDS
RTXOD20
March 06, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - Burqas are displayed during the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - Burqas are displayed during the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Histo.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - Burqas are displayed during the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical Museum February 28, 2006. In December 2005, parliament voted to forbid women from wearing a burqa or any Muslim face coverings in public, justifying the move in part as a security measure. [The cabinet is awaiting the results of a study into the legality of such a ban under European human rights laws, before making its final decision. The results are expected in the second half of March 2006.] Photograph taken February 28, 2006.
NETHERLANDS
RTXOD1Z
March 06, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - Burqas are displayed at the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - Burqas are displayed at the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - Burqas are displayed at the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical Museum February 28, 2006. In December 2005, parliament voted to forbid women from wearing a burqa or any Muslim face coverings in public, justifying the move in part as a security measure. [The cabinet is awaiting the results of a study into the legality of such a ban under European human rights laws, before making its final decision. The results are expected in the second half of March 2006. Photograph taken February 28, 2006.]
NETHERLANDS
RTXOD1Y
March 06, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - A visitor of the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical Museum looks...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - A visitor of the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical Museum loo.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28FEB06 - A visitor of the headscarf exhibition in the Amsterdam Historical Museum looks at a video about burqas February 28, 2006. In December 2005, parliament voted to forbid women from wearing a burqa or any Muslim face coverings in public, justifying the move in part as a security measure. [The cabinet is awaiting the results of a study into the legality of such a ban under European human rights laws, before making its final decision. The results are expected in the second half of March 2006. Photograph taken February 28, 2006.]
IRAN
RTXOCXG
March 05, 2006
An Iranian woman cries at the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, late founder of the Islamic Republic,...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman cries at the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, late founder of the Islamic Republic...
An Iranian woman cries at the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, late founder of the Islamic Republic, during a gathering in support of Iran's Nuclear programme in Tehran March 5, 2006.
IRAN
RTXOCT3
March 03, 2006
An Iranian worshipper prays at a University others leave after Friday prayer ceremonies in Tehran, Iran...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian worshipper prays at a University others leave after Friday prayer ceremonies in Tehran, I.....
An Iranian worshipper prays at a University others leave after Friday prayer ceremonies in Tehran, Iran March 3, 2006.
IRAN
RTXOCT2
March 03, 2006
Iranian clerics pray during Friday prayers ceremonies in Tehran, Iran March 3, 2006.
Tehran, Iran
Iranian clerics pray during Friday prayers ceremonies in Tehran, Iran March 3, 2006...
Iranian clerics pray during Friday prayers ceremonies in Tehran, Iran March 3, 2006.
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