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LEBANON-CLASH/
RTS28JHN
December 02, 2018
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab carries a coffin of his supporter during his funeral in the...
JAHILIYAH, Lebanon
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab carries a coffin of his supporter during his funeral in the...
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab carries a coffin of his supporter during his funeral in the village of al-Jahiliya, Lebanon December 2, 2018. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-CLASH/
RTS28JEY
December 02, 2018
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of...
JAHILIYAH, Lebanon
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of...
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of al-Jahiliya, Lebanon December 2, 2018. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-CLASH/
RTS28JE7
December 02, 2018
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of...
JAHILIYAH, Lebanon
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of...
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of al-Jahiliya, Lebanon December 2, 2018. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-CLASH/
RTS28JE5
December 02, 2018
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of...
JAHILIYAH, Lebanon
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of...
A pro-Syrian Druze politician Wiam Wahhab speaks during the funeral of his supporter in the village of al-Jahiliya, Lebanon December 2, 2018.REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39VAP
June 09, 2017
A man walks with his son at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem...
Doha, Qatar
Man walks with his son at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A man walks with his son at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39VAN
June 09, 2017
A man and his son stand at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem...
Doha, Qatar
Man and his son stand at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A man and his son stand at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39VAE
June 09, 2017
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon...
Doha, Qatar
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39VAB
June 09, 2017
A man speaks on the phone at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem...
Doha, Qatar
Man speaks on the phone at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A man speaks on the phone at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39VA6
June 09, 2017
People walk at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon...
Doha, Qatar
People walk at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
People walk at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39V3Z
June 09, 2017
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon...
Doha, Qatar
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39V3X
June 09, 2017
A man stands at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon...
Doha, Qatar
Man stands at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A man stands at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39V3W
June 09, 2017
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon...
Doha, Qatar
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A view shows Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX39V3K
June 09, 2017
A man walks at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon...
Doha, Qatar
Man walks at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha
A man walks at Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
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)
IRAQ
RTRMQNL
September 05, 2005
Iraqi Minister of Environment Nermeen Othman (bottom) attends a news conference as parliament member...
Arbil
Iraqi Minister of Environment Othman attends a news conference in Arbil.
Iraqi Minister of Environment Nermeen Othman (bottom) attends a news conference as parliament member Ahmad Abdel Wahhab sits next to her during an official visit to the Kurdish city of Arbil, 350 km (217 miles) north of Baghdad, September 5, 2005. The conference was held to introduce the new Iraqi constitution to Kurdish parties and organisations. Picture taken September 5, 2005. REUTERS/Karim Sahib/Pool RCS/NL
YEMEN
RTRDRUM
June 07, 2005
People walk past the Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school that was built by the Sultan Amir ibn Abdul...
Radaa, United Kingdom
People walk past the Amiriya Madrasa in Sanaa, Yemen.
People walk past the Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school that was built by the Sultan Amir ibn Abdul Wahhab in 1504 A.D., in Radaa city, some 270 km (168 miles) southeast of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, June 7, 2005. The three-story structure was built of limestone and baked bricks and contains sub-ground level bathrooms, a courtyard school, and a mosque. After centuries of neglect, the building was restored with contributions from the Dutch and Italian governments and is due to be opened for visitors on June 16. Picture taken June 7, 2005. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah KA/CN
YEMEN
RTRDRCR
June 07, 2005
The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school, is seen in Radaa city, southeast of Yemeni capital...
Radaa, United Kingdom
The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school, is seen in Radaa city, southeast of Yemeni ...
The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school, is seen in Radaa city, southeast of Yemeni capital Sanaa. The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school that was built by the Sultan Amir bin Abdul Wahhab in 1504 A.D., is seen in Radaa city, some 270 km (168 miles) southeast of the Yemeni capital Sanaa June 7, 2005. After centuries of neglect, the three-story school was restored with contributions from the Dutch and Italian governments. It is due to be opened for visitors on June 16. Picture taken on June 7. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
YEMEN
RTRDRC4
June 07, 2005
The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school, is seen in Radaa city, southeast of Yemeni capital...
Radaa, United Kingdom
The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school, is seen in Radaa city, southeast of Yemeni ...
The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school, is seen in Radaa city, southeast of Yemeni capital Sanaa. The 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school that was built by the Sultan Amir bin Abdul Wahhab in 1504 A.D., is seen in Radaa city, some 270 km (168 miles) southeast of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, June 7, 2005. After centuries of neglect, the three-story school was restored with contributions from the Dutch and Italian governments. It is due to be opened for visitors on June 16. Picture taken on June 7. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
YEMEN
RTRDRB8
June 07, 2005
A Yemeni craftsman paints the roof of the 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school that was built...
Radaa, United Kingdom
Yemeni craftsman paints roof of 16th century religious school in Radaa City, Yemen.
A Yemeni craftsman paints the roof of the 16th century Amiriya Madrasa, a religious school that was built by the Sultan Amir bin Abdul Wahhab in 1504 A.D., in Radaa city, some 270 km (168 miles) southeast of the Yemeni capital Sanaa June 7, 2005. After centuries of neglect, the three-story school was restored with contributions from the Dutch and Italian governments. It is due to be opened for visitors on June 16. Picture taken on June 7. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah KA/DY
SYRIA ECONOMY
RTR12D62
August 29, 1999
DAM04:SYRIA-ECONOMY:DAMASCUS,29AUG99 - Syrian trade minister Mohammed al-Amadi (R) walks with his counterparts...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
CORRECTED CAPTION - SYRIAN, JORDANIAN AND KUWAITI MINISTERS AT DAMASCUS FAIR.
DAM04:SYRIA-ECONOMY:DAMASCUS,29AUG99 - Syrian trade minister Mohammed al-Amadi (R) walks with his counterparts from Kuwait Abdel Wahhab al-Wazzan (L) and Jordanian Mohammed Asfour (C) during the opening of the 46th Damascus Intenational Fair August 28. The fair is Syria's top business event of the year drawing 215 firms from 34 countries.
SYRIA ECONOMY
RTR12D4F
August 29, 1999
Jordanian trade minister Mohammed Asfour (L) and Kuwaitii counterpart Abdel Wahhab al-Wazzan during the...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
JORDAN'S TRADE MINISTER ASFOUR MEETS HIS KUWAITI COUNTERPART IN DAMASCUS.
Jordanian trade minister Mohammed Asfour (L) and Kuwaitii counterpart Abdel Wahhab al-Wazzan during the opening of the 46th Damascus Intenational Fair, August 28 .The fair is Syria 's top business event of the year drawing 215 firms from 34 countries.

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SYRIA ECONOMY
RTR12D3R
August 29, 1999
Kuwait's Trade and Industry minister Abdel Wahhab al-Wazzan sits in seclusion to avoid meeting his Iraqi...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
KUWAIT'S TRADE AND INDUSTRY MINISTER AL-WAZZAN AT DAMASCUS FAIR.
Kuwait's Trade and Industry minister Abdel Wahhab al-Wazzan sits in seclusion to avoid meeting his Iraqi counerpart at the opening of the 46th Damascus Intenational Fair August 28. The fair is Syria's top business event of the year drawing 215 firms from 34 countries.

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