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BOSNIA-ISLAMICSTATE/
RTR4OD27 
February 05, 2015 
Mersed Cekic (L) and Edis speak with the media after a police raid in the village of Gornja Maoca, February... 
Gornja Maoca, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Mersed Cekic (L) and Edis speak with the media after a police raid in the village of Gornja Maoca 
Mersed Cekic (L) and Edis speak with the media after a police raid in the village of Gornja Maoca, February 5, 2015. Flags and emblems of Islamic State, pictured on Wednesday on houses in a Bosnian village, disappeared on Thursday under threat of action by police wary of the dangers posed by radical Islamists returning from Syria and Iraq. The village of Gornja Maoca in northeastern Bosnia is home to followers of the strict Sunni Islam Wahhabi movement, and has been raided by police several times over the past decade due to suspected links with radical Islamist groups. Bosnian state radio cited villagers saying the flags had been erected by neighbours who had since left the community. REUTERS/Muhamed Kahrimanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
TUNISIA/
RTXZ53P 
April 30, 2013 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International... 
Tunis, Tunisia 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International... 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International Airport in Tunis April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: RELIGION) 
TUNISIA/
RTXZ53M 
April 30, 2013 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International... 
Tunis, Tunisia 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International... 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International Airport in Tunis April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: RELIGION) 
TUNISIA/
RTXZ53K 
April 30, 2013 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan (C) gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International... 
Tunis, Tunisia 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International... 
Egyptian Wahhabi preacher Mohamed Hassan (C) gestures to supporters after arriving at Carthage International Airport in Tunis April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: RELIGION) 
BOSNIA
RTR2JSVU 
March 12, 2011 
Bosnian Muslims stand during a protest in Sarajevo March 12, 2011. A movement by followers of the Wahhabi... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Bosnian Muslims stand during a protest in Sarajevo 
Bosnian Muslims stand during a protest in Sarajevo March 12, 2011. A movement by followers of the Wahhabi branch in Bosnia and Herzegovnia called Ensarije protested in front of the parliament building in reaction to what they claimed are violations of human rights at an immigration center in Sarajevo where a few Wahhabi members have been detained. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR2C8FQ 
March 29, 2010 
Residents protest against al Shabaab Islamist insurgents in Mogadishu March 29, 2010. The residents were... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
Residents protest against al Shabaab Islamist insurgents in Mogadishu 
Residents protest against al Shabaab Islamist insurgents in Mogadishu March 29, 2010. The residents were protesting what they say was the desecration of Sufi clerics' graves by al Shabaab. Somalia has a rich Sufi tradition going back more than five centuries and Sufis have been angered by the desecration of graves, the beheading of clerics, and bans on celebrating the birth of the Prophet imposed by the hardline Wahhabi insurgents. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
SOMALIA/
RTR2C8FO 
March 29, 2010 
Residents protest against al Shabaab Islamist insurgents in Mogadishu March 29,2010. The residents were... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
Residents protest against al Shabaab Islamist insurgents in Mogadishu 
Residents protest against al Shabaab Islamist insurgents in Mogadishu March 29,2010. The residents were protesting what they say was the desecration of Sufi clerics' graves by al Shabaab. Somalia has a rich Sufi tradition going back more than five centuries and Sufis have been angered by the desecration of graves, the beheading of clerics, and bans on celebrating the birth of the Prophet imposed by the hardline Wahhabi insurgents. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
RELIGION-INTERFAITH/
RTX7ZV6 
July 16, 2008 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's... 
Madrid, Spain 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah opened an unprecedented meeting of Muslims, Christians, Jews and other believers on Wednesday with a call to shun the extremist violence that has tarnished the reputation of religious faith. The three-day conference in Madrid aims to showcase a more tolerant side of the kingdom's strict Wahhabi Islam under fire since 15 Saudis were among the 19 Arabs who carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN) 
RELIGION-INTERFAITH/
RTX7ZV3 
July 16, 2008 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's... 
Madrid, Spain 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah opened an unprecedented meeting of Muslims, Christians, Jews and other believers on Wednesday with a call to shun the extremist violence that has tarnished the reputation of religious faith. The three-day conference in Madrid aims to showcase a more tolerant side of the kingdom's strict Wahhabi Islam under fire since 15 Saudis were among the 19 Arabs who carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN) 
RELIGION-INTERFAITH/
RTX7ZUZ 
July 16, 2008 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's... 
Madrid, Spain 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah opened an unprecedented meeting of Muslims, Christians, Jews and other believers on Wednesday with a call to shun the extremist violence that has tarnished the reputation of religious faith. The three-day conference in Madrid aims to showcase a more tolerant side of the kingdom's strict Wahhabi Islam under fire since 15 Saudis were among the 19 Arabs who carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN) 
RELIGION-INTERFAITH/
RTX7ZUV 
July 16, 2008 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's... 
Madrid, Spain 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid 
People of different religions attend World Conference on Dialogue in Madrid July 16, 2008. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah opened an unprecedented meeting of Muslims, Christians, Jews and other believers on Wednesday with a call to shun the extremist violence that has tarnished the reputation of religious faith. The three-day conference in Madrid aims to showcase a more tolerant side of the kingdom's strict Wahhabi Islam under fire since 15 Saudis were among the 19 Arabs who carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN) 
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/
RTR1MQUE 
February 23, 2007 
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam attend the... 
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam attend the... 
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group 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/
RTR1MQTP 
February 23, 2007 
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam listen to... 
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam listen to... 
Bosnian Muslim members of a controversial group who practise what the say is original Islam listen to their leader before 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/
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-ISLAM/
RTR1MQTN 
February 23, 2007 
A Bosnian Muslim boy joins members of a controversial group who practise what they say is original Islam... 
PETROVICE, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Bosnian Muslim boy joins members of a controversial group who practise what they say is original Islam... 
A Bosnian Muslim boy joins members of a controversial group who practise what they 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- 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) 
SAUDI MECCA
RTRGTMB 
June 28, 2005 
Residents walk down the stairs at an old housing area in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic... 
Mecca, Saudi Arabia 
To match feature Saudi-Mecca. 
Residents walk down the stairs at an old housing area in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic sites in Mecca, possibly including a home of the Prophet Mohammad, are under threat from Saudi real estate developers and Wahhabi Muslims who view them as promoting idolatry. Picture taken on June 28, 2005. To match feature Saudi-Mecca. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/VP 
SAUDI MECCA
RTRGTM3 
June 28, 2005 
A worker sits at a construction site overlooking the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's... 
Mecca, Saudi Arabia 
To match feature Saudi-Mecca. 
A worker sits at a construction site overlooking the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic sites in Mecca, possibly including a home of the Prophet Mohammad, are under threat from Saudi real estate developers and Wahhabi Muslims who view them as promoting idolatry. Picture taken on June 28, 2005. To match feature Saudi-Mecca. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/VP 
SAUDI MECCA
RTRGTLU 
June 28, 2005 
A general view from a construction site overlooking the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of... 
Mecca, Saudi Arabia 
To match feature Saudi-Mecca. 
A general view from a construction site overlooking the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic sites in Mecca, possibly including a home of the Prophet Mohammad, are under threat from Saudi real estate developers and Wahhabi Muslims who view them as promoting idolatry. Picture taken on June 28, 2005. To match feature Saudi-Mecca. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/VP 
SAUDI MECCA
RTRGTLP 
June 28, 2005 
A general view of a construction sites near the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's... 
Mecca, Saudi Arabia 
To match feature Saudi-Mecca. 
A general view of a construction sites near the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic sites in Mecca, possibly including a home of the Prophet Mohammad, are under threat from Saudi real estate developers and Wahhabi Muslims who view them as promoting idolatry. Picture taken on June 28, 2005. To match feature Saudi-Mecca. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/VP 
SAUDI MECCA
RTRGTLJ 
June 28, 2005 
A building construction is seen in between the minarets of the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some... 
Mecca, Saudi Arabia 
To match feature Saudi-Mecca. 
A building construction is seen in between the minarets of the Grand Mosque in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic sites in Mecca, possibly including a home of the Prophet Mohammad, are under threat from Saudi real estate developers and Wahhabi Muslims who view them as promoting idolatry. Picture taken on June 28, 2005. To match feature Saudi-Mecca. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/VP 
SAUDI MECCA
RTRGTL9 
June 28, 2005 
A woman is wheeled into the Grand Mosque as a new hotel is being built in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of... 
Mecca, Saudi Arabia 
To match feature Saudi-Mecca. 
A woman is wheeled into the Grand Mosque as a new hotel is being built in Mecca June 28, 2005. Some of Islam's historic sites in Mecca, possibly including a home of the Prophet Mohammad, are under threat from Saudi real estate developers and Wahhabi Muslims who view them as promoting idolatry. Picture taken on June 28, 2005. To match feature Saudi-Mecca. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/VP 
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