All Media by Latest

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia ( 24 of 37)
Abastumani, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
18 Nov 2009

Ali Mekhriev (standing), a Meskhetian who recently returned to his ancestor's village Abastumani, is talking to the locals. Ali's father told him their family would one day return to their motherland, Georgia, where they were deported from in 1944 by the Soviet government.

However, upon their return they found problems in their native village of Abastumani. The family home had been leveled. And the mosque had been turned into a cattle shed by the village’s new Christian inhabitants, who were not happy to see the Meskhetians back. “’Go back to where you’re from,’ they told us,” says Ali. “You are not Georgians and we don’t need Muslims here.”

It took years for the Meskhetians to build a peace with Abastumani’s Christian community. “We have perfect relationship now,” says Ali. “The only thing that matters is the kind of person you are: if you are a normal person, you won’t have problems with others.”

Thumb sm
Homelessness in Texas (7 of 9)
Houston, Texas, USA
By dennisyermoshin
11 Nov 2009

Edward, sitting on a street corner next to his prayer card, asking for money from passing pedestrians.

Frame 0004
Interview with Malala Yousafzai
Swat, Pakistan
By Rohit Gandhi
11 Nov 2009

Interview produced in 2009. Malala Yousafzai is a school student and education activist from the town of Mingora in the Swat District of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. On 9 October 2012, a Taliban gunman shot Yousafzai as she rode home on a bus after taking an exam in Pakistan’s Swat Valley.

Thumb sm
Ilva Taranto, Italy: steel industry, ...
Taranto, south Italy
By Giuseppe Carucci Lightouch International.Inc
11 Nov 2009

Toxins in Taranto city, is the main cause of tumor's increase (10 percent) on the national value. In the picture:
"Tamburi" district, the nearest to the steel industry.

Frame 0004
Raqqa Before ISIS
Raqqa
By TTM Contributor 4
01 Nov 2009

This is archival video of various locations in Raqqa province taken in 2009 and 2010, before the outbreak of the war in Syria.
Raqqa came under the control of ISIS in early 2013 and is now considered the militant group’s self-proclaimed capital.

Shotlist

Aerial shot of southern entrance of Raqqa city
Traveling of Raqqa city’s southern entrance
Various of Clock Tower Square in Raqqa city
Various of area in western outskirts of Raqqa city on the Euphrates river
Various of archaeological site outside Raqqa city
Various of Jaabar fort on the Euphrates to the west of Raqqa city
Various of Euphrates dam
Various of irrigation canal
Various of wheat fields
Various of the Euphrates, the Old Bridge and archaeological sites
Various of the Abbasid Caliph Haroun al-Rashid palace in Raqqa city
Various of wheat crops
Various of Euphrates
Various of sugar factory in Raqqa
Various of watermelon field
Various of sugar factory
Various of Resafa archaeological site to the south of Raqqa

Thumb sm
Faces of Somalia 10
Badoia, Somalia
By Noe Falk Nielsen
29 Oct 2009

School girl returning from school in Hargeisa.

Thumb sm
Playing with fire 01
Girona, Spain, Girona
By Antolo
23 Oct 2009

A man dressed as a devil holds a green torch to announce the beginning of the fire parade.

Thumb sm
Playing with fire 13
Girona, Spain, Girona
By Antolo
23 Oct 2009

Correfoc ends in a show of light and explosions of sparks near ground level.

Thumb sm
Playing with fire 15
Girona, Spain, Girona
By Antolo
23 Oct 2009

A silhouette stands up on the top of GeronaÕs Cathedral stairs while the last fire is extinguished.

Thumb sm
Playing with fire 05
Girona, Spain, Girona
By Antolo
23 Oct 2009

Devils armed with fuses lash out with fire at some participants.

Frame 0004
T RANA interrogation video
Mumbai
By Rohit Gandhi
17 Oct 2009

Series of US investigation videos of Tahawwur Hussain Rana.



Extract from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tahawwur_Hussain_Rana

Tahawwur Hussain Rana (Urdu: تہوّر حسین رانا‎; born January 12, 1961) is a Pakistani Canadian resident of Chicago, USA who is an immigration service businessman and a former military physician. In 2011, he was convicted of providing support to the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba and of allegedly plotting an attack on the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. He was however not found guilty of involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, a charge for which he was originally detained. Expressing disappointment at the verdict the Government of India stated that National Investigative Agency would charge Rana in a court in Delhi. On January 17, 2013 he was sentenced to 14 years in prison.

Frame 0004
T RANA VIDEO 02
Mumbai
By Rohit Gandhi
17 Oct 2009

This is US interrogation video of T RANA

Frame 0004
T RANA VIDEO 03
Mumbai
By Rohit Gandhi
17 Oct 2009

This is US interrogation video of T RANA

Frame 0004
T RANA VIDEO 04
Mumbai
By Rohit Gandhi
17 Oct 2009

This is US interrogation video of T RANA

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia ( 21 of 37)
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
14 Oct 2009

The members of The Union of the Orthodox Parents rallies in front of the Vatican embassy, protesting against the opening of the Assyrian-Chaldean centre in Tbilisi, under which "a Catholic church is lurking." The banners the protesters were holding read: "Vatican is a spiritual aggressor," and "Papists, stop recruiting the Assyrian Christians." The Union is notorious for its frequent protests, some of them ending with violence, against religious and sexual minorities, as well as public celebration of such "satanic" holidays as Halloween. Talaveri, 2010

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia (20 of 37)
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
14 Oct 2009

The members of The Union of the Orthodox Parents rallies in front of the Vatican embassy, protesting against the opening of the Assyrian-Chaldean centre in Tbilisi, under which "a Catholic church is lurking." The banners the protesters were holding read: "Vatican is a spiritual aggressor," and "Papists, stop recruiting the Assyrian Christians." The Union is notorious for its frequent protests, some of them ending with violence, against religious and sexual minorities, as well as public celebration of such "satanic" holidays as Halloween. Talaveri, 2010

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia ( 19 of 20)
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
14 Oct 2009

The members of The Union of the Orthodox Parents rallies in front of the Vatican embassy, protesting against the opening of the Assyrian-Chaldean centre in Tbilisi, under which "a Catholic church is lurking." The banners the protesters were holding read: "Vatican is a spiritual aggressor," and "Papists, stop recruiting the Assyrian Christians." The Union is notorious for its frequent protests, some of them ending with violence, against religious and sexual minorities, as well as public celebration of such "satanic" holidays as Halloween. Talaveri, 2010

Thumb sm
La Rinconada, into the gold's bubble 11
La RInconada, Peru
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
29 Sep 2009

29 September 2009. Two miners drive stones wagons to the mine dumps in La Rinconada, Ananea, Peru.

Thumb sm
La Rinconada, into the gold's bubble 10
La Rinconada, Peru
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
29 Sep 2009

Pallaqueras (women who select stones from the mine mines looking for remains of gold) are pictured during their work in La Rinconada, Ananea, Peru.

Thumb sm
La Rinconada, into the gold's bubble 27
La RInconada, Peru
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
29 Sep 2009

Engineer Wilfredo Menéndez shows a piece of gold in his office in the headquarters of Corporación Minera Ananea, the company that owns all goldmines in La Rinconada, Ananea, Peru.

Thumb sm
La Rinconada, into the gold's bubble 10
La RInconada, Peru
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
29 Sep 2009

29 September 2009. Pallaqueras (women who select stones from the mine mines looking for remains of gold) are pictured during their work in La Rinconada, Ananea, Peru.

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia ( 1 0f 37)
Plateh, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Sep 2009

In 2009 some locals of Plateh village started disassembling a long-abandoned local mosque in order to build monastic cells in the monastery nearby. The monks, who initiated the action, said that the mosque had no cultural value, nor did it belong to anybody. The dissasembling of the mosque stopped after the local muslim community notified the Public Defender's office. The mosques in Georgia's Adigeni region have been abandoned since 1944, when the most of region's Muslim population was deported to Central Asia. In the course of WWII, they were perceived by the Soviet government to be Turkey's potential allies.

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia (2 of 37)
Plateh, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Sep 2009

In 2009 some locals of Plateh village started disassembling a long-abandoned local mosque in order to build monastic cells in the monastery nearby. The monks, who initiated the action, said that the mosque had no cultural value, nor did it belong to anybody. The dissasembling of the mosque stopped after the local muslim community notified the Public Defender's office. The mosques in Georgia's Adigeni region have been abandoned since 1944, when the most of region's Muslim population was deported to Central Asia. In the course of WWII, they were perceived by the Soviet government to be Turkey's potential allies.

Thumb sm
Minorities in Georgia( 22 of 37)
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Sep 2009

A Meskhetian community celebrats the end of Ramadan month in the house of one of the Meskhetian families. The Abastumani Meskhetians take turns to host people gatherings for religious services. The village mosque was destroyed shortly after their deportation in 1944, and now the returned ones do not have means to reconstruct it. However, they hope to make it happen some day soon.

Thumb sm
Ge 20121026 teba-03
Kutaisi-Baghdati-Abastumani-Benara, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
18 Sep 2009

Ahmed Mekhriev conducts the Ramazan prayer in Abastumani, Georgia. The Abastumani Meskhetian community does not yet have a mollah, or muslim cleric.

Thumb sm
Ilva Taranto, Italy: steel industry, ...
Taranto, south Italy
By Giuseppe Carucci Lightouch International.Inc
17 Sep 2009

Toxins in Taranto city, is the main cause of tumor's increase (10 percent) on the national value.

Thumb sm
8q1z2931
Al-Qurna, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2919
Unnamed Road, Um Qasr,Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2910
Iraq.UM QASR
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2884
Al-Qurna, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2875
Al-Qurna, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2859
Um Qasr, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2862
Um, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2830
Um, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.

Thumb sm
8q1z2777
Um, Basra Governorate, Iraq
By Essam Abdullah Muhsin
16 Sep 2009

10 months made the most dangerous man in the world At Camp Bucca prison's most wanted man in the world for 10 months, said that the Emir of the Islamic State organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is the taste of Boca eat and drink in one hundred residential units wooden thatched spent nights accompanied by other prisoners throughout, and in the precincts long relationship with senior officers in the former Iraqi army and with the fighters and leaders of the Iraqi armed resistance and Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. It is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous man in the world? His full name Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim bin Ali bin Mohammed al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was born in 1971 in the city of Samarra, one of the old Iraqi cities, which lies on the eastern edge of the Sunni Triangle north of Baghdad. There is no accurate information about his childhood and his youth, and all that was written about this period of his life to be true nor refuted the contrast and different and conflicting and is only modestly attempts by some writers and researchers. Baghdadi graduated from Baghdad University in 1996, then joined the Saddam University for Islamic Studies, where he studied for a master's degree in Tjoad and reciting the Koran, which is the knowledge preferred, and the dissertation presented by an investigation and explanation of a book manuscript in recitation, readings, whose mission was to reconcile between different versions of the manuscripts, which succeeded it to obtained a master's degree in 1999, and then enrolled in the doctoral program of Koranic studies in the same university. After 4 years of earning a master's degree, and in late 2003, after the Americans defeated Saddam's army and then sweet, Baghdadi contributed to the founding of the Sunnis Army, which fought US forces and their local allies in northern and central Iraq. After a short period of time, specifically in the month of February 2004, he was arrested on al-Baghdadi was taken to the detention center at Camp Bucca, which is a very large complex in southern Iraq, was Ranked in prison files, as a "civil detention", which means that his captors did not know that it was a jihadist. During the ten months that Mktha in detention, al-Baghdadi, the niqab did not disclose rigor, and in this context, one of his fellow prisoners, who conducted the newspaper "The Guardian" interview without mentioning his name, "was al-Baghdadi were quiet charismatic say, and could feel that he was a person The importance was also leads worshipers during the prayer and cast their Friday sermons and giving religious lessons to other prisoners. " Another prisoner said, correspondent Almonetr news site conducted an interview with him, "new recruits were being groomed at the camp, and once released until they become time bombs ticking, the more attended a new prisoner was his colleagues teach, and Alqnnouna, and give him guidance, Vaegadr camp like a flame burning." Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most dangerous among those flames, he is responsible for most of the tongues of fire that gutted the area in less than a decade, the man who first declared himself Caliph of Islam, rebels so on al-Qaida and drawer torch them, as it is the first leader of the jihadi group battling more than 60 countries.