A LEBANESE SHI'ITE ADJUSTS A LARGE PICTURE IN BEIRUT OF MISSING SHI'ITE
A member of the Amal Shi'ite movement adjusts January 5, 2002 a large
picture in Beirut of vanished Shi'ite Imam Moussa al-Sader, whose case
threatens to wreck the upcoming Arab summit in the Lebanese capital.
Sader, charismatic leader of Lebanon's Shi'ites and relative of Iranian
President Mohammad Khatami, disappeared during a visit to Libya in
1978. The Shi'ites accuse Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi of harming
Sader. REUTERS/Mohammed Azakir