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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
20 May 2015

Yaya Ouahara arrives at home, in Barcelona, which he shares with two other males from Ivory Coast and Morocco.
Yaya, 36, from Ivory Coast, arrived in Spain in 2009 by a small boat and after three years traveling through Africa. Yaya fled the civil war in his country and he recently got residence permit to stay in Spain permanently.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
20 May 2015

21 May 2015. Barcelona:
Yaya Ouahara, who is Muslim, prays in the bedroom of his apartment, in Barcelona, which he shares with two other males from Ivory Coast and Morocco.
Yaya, 36, from Ivory Coast, arrived in Spain in 2009 by a small boat and after three years traveling through Africa. Yaya fled the civil war in his country and he recently got residence permit to stay in Spain permanently.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
20 May 2015

Yaya Ouahara, who is Muslim, prays in the bedroom of his apartment, in Barcelona, which he shares with two other males from Ivory Coast and Morocco.
Yaya, 36 years old from Ivory Coast, arrived in Spain in 2009 by a small boat and after three years traveling through Africa. Yaya fled the civil war in his country and he recently got residence permit to stay in Spain permanently.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
20 May 2015

Yaya Ouahara, who is Muslim, prays in the bedroom of his apartment, in Barcelona, which he shares with two other males from Ivory Coast and Morocco.
Yaya, 36, from Ivory Coast, arrived to Spain in 2009 by a small boat and after three years traveling through Africa. Yaya fled the civil war in his country and he recently got residence permit to stay in Spain permanently.

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ISIS Claims Responsibility for Suicid...
Sanaa
By Yousef Mawry
20 Mar 2015

March 20,2015
Sanaa, Yemen

According to Houthi spokesman, more than 135 Yemenis were killed and many more injured in a series of three suicide bomb attacks targeting two Shiite mosques during Friday prayers in the capital city of Sana’a.
In this video, shot at the al-Hushaish Mosque, witnesses said the first bomb exploded in the first row, right in front of the podium, while the second blast detonated outside of the mosque as worshipers fled.
Minutes after the attack ISIS claimed responsibility on Twitter.

(01:46-01:55)

This is the result of the accident. The biggest crime against humanity and God.

(01:56-02:06)

The infiltrators of America and Israel. We will not accept this, and we will not surrender because of the explosions they are doing in the house of God.

(02:36-03:03)

What happened is that after the Friday prayer, Dr. Taha Motawakel, the mosque Imam (preacher), gave his speech and we suddenly heard an explosion in the mosque. All you can see around you is injuries and corpses, it was filled with them, anywhere you look or step, it is all injuries and deaths.

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ISIS Execution in Deir Ezzor
Deir Ezzor, Syria
By Transterra Editor
05 Dec 2014

Deir Ezzor Province, Syria

December 5, 2014

This video shows a man’s public execution carried out by ISIS in the province of Deir Ezzor.

According to the verdict read by an ISIS fighter before the execution, Mohammad Mousa al-Jasem confessed to stepping on the Quran during a quarrel with his parents.
The man was executed because “he stepped on the Quran, not because he hit his mother,” the fighter says to bystanders.

Shot List

  1. Various of public execution.

2 .SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Unnamed ISIS fighter with covered face reading execution verdict

“He stepped on God’s Book [the Quran]. He took a knife and wanted to slip his mother’s throat. God’s verdict [has been taken] by the Islamic Court. The so-called Mohammad Mousa al-Jassem confessed that, [during] a quarrel with his mother and father, he beat them and tried to kill [his mother] by placing a knife on her throat.

“She held God’s Book to deter him, but he took the Book, threw it and stepped on it and cursed God almighty.

“We shall implement God’s verdict, not because he beat his mother, but because he stepped on God’s Book.

[reading a verse from the Quran] And if you ask them, they will surely say, “‘We were only conversing and playing. Say, ‘Is it Allah and His verses and His Messenger that you were mocking?’

“‘Make no excuse; you have disbelieved after your belief. If We pardon one faction of you - We will punish another faction because they were criminals.’”

[Another fighter addresses man to be executed]

“Ask God almighty for forgiveness, you have gravely sinned! Ask God for forgiveness! Testify [that there is no God but Allah and that Mohammad is His Messenger].”

[A fighter shoots the man with a pistol in the head amid shouts “God is greatest!” and shooting in the air.]

“The State of Islam shall remain! The state of Islam shall remain! This is the destiny of each apostate!”

3 Wide of man’s body being tied to a fence.

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
05 Dec 2013

Nitu Kumari Sah- Education makes work easier. Education is important for prosperity and well being. People are gathering in the village, flowers are blloming in the jungle, in the same way you are very beautiful.

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Girl studying at the Madarassa school in Rautahat. At this school Muslim education is intergrated into mainstream education, so children can recieve recognised school certificates as well as preserving cultural and religious beliefs.

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Ismat Parvin- "I want to be a teacher, because as well as giving knowledge you can also learn from the children. If I couldn’t go to school I would be sewing flowers in the factory like the other girls from here."

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Ismat makes tea at her family home in Rautahut

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Grade 1 teacher with her students at the Madarassa school in Rautahat Nepal.

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Girl looks up from reading her workbook at the Madarassa school in Rautahat. In this area the dowry system is still in place. If the girl is educated there is less dowry to be paid. They are seen as an asset.

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Girls reading from the Koran at the Madarassa school in Rautahat. At this school Muslim education is intergrated into mainstream education, so children can recieve recognised school certificates as well as preserving cultural and religious beliefs.

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Rautahat
By Alice Carfrae
04 Dec 2013

Girls reading from the Koran at the Madarassa school in Rautahat. At this school Muslim education is intergrated into mainstream education, so children can recieve recognised school certificates as well as preserving cultural and religious beliefs.

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Samir Patiently Waiting on Syria
Mafraq, Jordan
By Osie Greenway
13 Jul 2013

A Quran is placed above the entrance of the tent that Samir prays in, he cannot walk without assistance to the mosque built by the NGOs so he has made this area his devotion area.

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Palestinians wait at Qalandia checkpoint
Qalandia Palestine
By Elo B
27 Jul 2012

A Palestinian man read the Coran while waiting at Qalandia checkpoint, one of the largest Israeli military checkpoints in the occupied West Bank.

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Qalandia Palestine
By Elo B
27 Jul 2012

Palestinians wait to cross Qalandia checkpoint, one of the largest Israeli military checkpoints in the occupied West Bank. This checkpoint is not located on a border recognized by international law but one between Ramallah and Jerusalem.

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Palestinians wait at Qalandia checkpoint
Qalandia Palestine
By Elo B
27 Jul 2012

Palestinians wait to cross Qalandia checkpoint, one of the largest Israeli military checkpoints in the occupied West Bank. This checkpoint is not located on a border recognized by international law but one between Ramallah and Jerusalem.

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Qalandia Palestine
By Elo B
27 Jul 2012

Palestinians wait to cross Qalandia checkpoint, one of the largest Israeli military checkpoints in the occupied West Bank. This checkpoint is not located on a border recognized by international law but one between Ramallah and Jerusalem.