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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX3Q5DW
December 12, 2017
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, and Dawud Wahabi, children affected...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, during a visit to the Rugby Portobello Trust's Christmas party, at its community centre in North Kensington, London, Britain December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX3Q5BS
December 12, 2017
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, and Dawud Wahabi, children affected...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, during a visit to the Rugby Portobello Trust's Christmas party, at its community centre in North Kensington, London, Britain December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX3Q59N
December 12, 2017
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, and Dawud Wahabi, children affected...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, and Ailise Taylor,7, during a visit to the Rugby Portobello Trust's Christmas party, at its community centre in North Kensington, London, Britain December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX3Q572
December 12, 2017
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, and Dawud Wahabi, children affected...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, and Ailise Taylor, 7, during a visit to the Rugby Portobello Trust's Christmas party, at its community centre in North Kensington, London, Britain December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX3Q54W
December 12, 2017
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, and Dawud Wahabi, children affected...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Yahya Hussein Ali, 7, and Dawud Wahabi, 10, children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, and Ailise Taylor, 7, during a visit to the Rugby Portobello Trust's Christmas party, at its community centre in North Kensington, London, Britain December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR1RSQ2
July 13, 2007
Oman's soccer team players pose for a team photo before their AFC Asian Cup Group A match against Thailand...
Bangkok, Thailand
Oman's soccer team players pose for a team photo before their AFC Asian Cup Group A match against Thailand...
Oman's soccer team players pose for a team photo before their AFC Asian Cup Group A match against Thailand at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok July 12, 2007. Players standing in the front row are (L to R) Hassan Yousuf Madhafar, Badar Mubarak, Ahmed Hadid, Fawzi Bashir, Juma Abdullah Al Wahabi. Players standing in the back row are (L to R) Ali Al Habsi, Ismail Al Ajmi, Imad Ali, Said Shoon, Ahmed Mubarak and Mohamed Rabia.
REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR1RSOZ
July 13, 2007
Oman's Juma Abdullah Al Wahabi stands during pre-game ceremonies before their AFC Asian Cup Group A soccer...
Bangkok, Thailand
Oman's Juma Abdullah Al Wahabi stands during pre-game ceremonies before their AFC Asian Cup Group A soccer...
Oman's Juma Abdullah Al Wahabi stands during pre-game ceremonies before their AFC Asian Cup Group A soccer match against Thailand at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok July 12, 2007. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQUH
February 23, 2007
Bosnian Muslims who practise what the say is original Islam attend the Friday prayers in the north-eastern...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Muslims who practise what the say is original Islam attend the Friday prayers in the north-eastern...
Bosnian Muslims who practise what the say is original Islam attend the Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQUA
February 23, 2007
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam prepare for...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam prepare for...
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam prepare for the Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQU8
February 23, 2007
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam prepare for...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam prepare for...
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam prepare for the Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQTZ
February 23, 2007
Bosnian Muslim women join members of a controversial group who practice what the say is original Islam...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Muslim women join members of a controversial group who practice what the say is original Islam...
Bosnian Muslim women join members of a controversial group who practice what the say is original Islam for the Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995, the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQTT
February 23, 2007
A Bosnian Muslim member of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam attends...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A Bosnian Muslim member of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam attends...
A Bosnian Muslim member of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam attends Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQTR
February 23, 2007
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam leave their...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam leave their...
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam leave their gathering place in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995, the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing number of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-ISLAM/
RTR1MQTO
February 23, 2007
Jusuf Barcic, the leader of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam, sits with...
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jusuf Barcic sits with religious books after Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice...
Jusuf Barcic, the leader of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam, sits with religious books after Friday prayers in the north-eastern Bosnian village of Petrovice February 23, 2007. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995, the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA- WAHHABI/
RTR1KQK9
December 29, 2006
Nezim Halilovic, the senior imam of Bosnia's King Fahd mosque, talks to Reuters reporters November 21,...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match feature BOSNIA WAHHABI
Nezim Halilovic, the senior imam of Bosnia's King Fahd mosque, talks to Reuters reporters November 21, 2006. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. Many of the young converts gather at Bosnia's largest mosque, the King Fahd, founded in 2000 by the royal family of Saudi Arabia, which is the birthplace of Islam and the country where Wahhabism originated. Picture taken November 21, 2006. TO MATCH FEATURE BOSNIA-WAHHABI REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-/WAHHABI
RTR1KQK8
December 29, 2006
A traditional Bosnian Muslim waits for midday prayers at Bosnia's King Fahd mosque, on the outskirts...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match feature BOSNIA WAHHABI
A traditional Bosnian Muslim waits for midday prayers at Bosnia's King Fahd mosque, on the outskirts of Sarajevo, November 21, 2006. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. Many of the young converts gather at Bosnia's largest mosque, the King Fahd, founded in 2000 by the royal family of Saudi Arabia, which is the birthplace of Islam and the country where Wahhabism originated. Picture taken November 21, 2006. TO MATCH FEATURE BOSNIA-WAHHABI REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA- WAHHABI/
RTR1KQK6
December 29, 2006
Muslims leave Bosnia's King Fahd mosque, on the outskirts of Sarajevo, November 21, 2006. Since the...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match feature BOSNIA WAHHABI
Muslims leave Bosnia's King Fahd mosque, on the outskirts of Sarajevo, November 21, 2006. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. Many of the young converts gather at Bosnia's largest mosque, the King Fahd, founded in 2000 by the royal family of Saudi Arabia, which is the birthplace of Islam and the country where Wahhabism originated. Picture taken November 21, 2006. TO MATCH FEATURE BOSNIA-WAHHABI REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-WAHHABI/
RTR1KQK5
December 29, 2006
Muslims arrive for midday prayers at Bosnia's King Fahd mosque on the outskirts of Sarajevo November...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match feature BOSNIA WAHHABI
Muslims arrive for midday prayers at Bosnia's King Fahd mosque on the outskirts of Sarajevo November 21, 2006. Since the Bosnia war ended in 1995 the Muslim faith dominates, but not all adherents are happy with the increasing numbers of people following the puritanical Sunni Muslim Wahhabi sect. Many of the young converts gather at Bosnia's largest mosque, the King Fahd, founded in 2000 by the royal family of Saudi Arabia, which is the birthplace of Islam and the country where Wahhabism originated. Picture taken November 21, 2006. TO MATCH FEATURE BOSNIA-WAHHABI REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
SPORT SOCCER
RTR1J7W9
November 10, 2006
Al-Arabi's Joao Henrique Tomas of Portugal (L) fights for the ball with Al-khor's Juma Al-Wahabi during...
Doha, Qatar
Al-Arabi's Joao Henrique Tomas of Portugal fights for the ball with Al-khor's Juma Al-Wahabi in Doha
Al-Arabi's Joao Henrique Tomas of Portugal (L) fights for the ball with Al-khor's Juma Al-Wahabi during their Qatar championship soccer match in Doha November 10, 2006. REUTERS/Fadi AL-Assaad (QATAR)
RTR5LPY
July 22, 1997
Amro Ghonaim of Egypt plays a return to Talal Wahabi in the tennis semi final at the Pan Arab games in...
Lebanon
AMRO GHONAIM OF EGYPT PLAYS A RETURN TO TALAL WAHABI OF TUNISIA
Amro Ghonaim of Egypt plays a return to Talal Wahabi in the tennis semi final at the Pan Arab games in Jouniyeh north of Beirut, July 21. Ghonaim won the match 6-0 6-3.

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