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Inside the Sayed Zeinab mosque, thousands make the final leg of the trek to tomb of the Prophet Mohamed’s granddaughter.
Exhausted from both the stifling heat and the journey, hundreds of the pious Muslims lay asleep on the carpets inside the mosque. Many have taken the traditional pilgrimage of 7 days from villages in Upper Egypt to visit the tomb of Sayeda Zeinab.
Two domestics of mosque are preparing foods and halal drinks for breaking the fast.
Sheikh Ali is servant of Jameh mosque of Tabriz for 75 years. He is holding shoes of believers.
The mosque is divided into several sections with a white cloth and believers in pray and rest in these areas. Jameh mosque is one of oldest mosques in Tabriz-Iran. It is located in the Bazaar suburb of Tabriz next to the Grand Bazaar of Tabriz.
An Iranian police man he is also among the believers for pray in mosque.
Believers are listening to Mullah’s speaking in front of Jameh mosque’s old window.
They are resting after praying.
Father due to illness cannot take a fast so he is eating in secret and his sons are reading Quran, holy book of Muslims.
Two believers in Jameh mosque of Tabriz.
A believer is resting.
Worshipers are praying.
A mullah speaks to worshipers. In Iran religious teachers are called "mullah".
During the noon prayer, believers go rushed for ablutions.
They are performing ablution for the noon prayer in the courtyard of the mosque.
Photos from Morocco.
The minaret of Al-Adlia Mosque collapsed due to the shelling by the regime in the Old City of Aleppo.
The devastation that appears in the courtyard of the Umayyad mosque is a result of the clashes that occurred between the FSA and Syrian Regime.
Two Syrian men pray while a Mig flys over above in the Al Saledine area of Aleppo. The mosque has already been bombed by the Assad Regime
A Roma boy rides his bike in the newly build Roma Mahala next to the construction side of a mosque. After the conflict Albanians set the Roma Mahala on fire blaming the minority as alleged Serb collaborators
Two monuments: A new mosque is build with financial help of Turkey. In the middle of the traffic roundabout is a monument of the famous Trepča mine.
10 years ago, on 27 October 2005 riots broke out in the French suburbs. It started here with the death of two boys, in Clichy sous Bois, 15 km from Paris, an economically deprived suburb. Housing complex Chene Pointu. 15 March 2015, Clichy sous Bois, France.
Syria, Hama province, Kaalat Madiq March 2013. Second anniversary of Syrian Revolution. After prayings people gathered in front of mosque. Some of them bring flags of Nusra front and Ahrar Al Sham banners. Photo: Maciej Moskwa/TESTIGO
Destruction of Al Zawya Mosque in the Bab Hood neighbourhod of Homs as a result of airstrikes by the Syrian Regime. Homs, Syria
10 years ago, on 27 October 2005 riots broke out in the French suburbs. It started here with the death of two boys, in Clichy sous Bois, 15 km from Paris, an economically deprived suburb. IsmaÃ«l Emine is the housekeeper in the Chene Pointu Complex since 10 years. Every morning he collects rubbish that tenants throw out through the windows. 11 March 2013, Clichy-sous-Bois, France.
10 years ago, on 27 October 2005 riots broke out in the French suburbs. It started here with the death of two boys, in Clichy sous Bois, 15 km from Paris, an economically deprived suburb. Dansoko Baraka comes from Mali, he has 6 children (from 18 to 2 years). He is handicapped after he cut a nerve in his left arm trying to change the windows in this apartment. He came to France in 1991, working as a security guard. He pays 600 euro rent, his wife works part time. Housing complex Chene Pointu. 7 March 2015, Clichy sous Bois, France.
Destruction of the Abu AlHool islamic shrine on Abu AlHool street in Homs as a result of airstrikes by the Syrian Regime. Homs, Syria
10 years ago, on 27 October 2005, riots broke out in the French suburbs. It started here with the death of two boys, in Clichy sous Bois, 15 km from Paris, an economically deprived suburb. FilomÃ¨ne, 50 years, had high expectations in President Francois Hollande, but nothing changed. Occasionally she works as a housekeeper. The elevators have been down for 5 years, maintenance is not provided, the monthly charges are high. 8 March 2013, Clichy sous Bois, France.
10 years ago, on 27 October 2005 riots broke out in the French suburbs. It started here with the death of two boys, in Clichy sous Bois, 15 km from Paris, an economically deprived suburb. Housing complex ChÃªne Pointu. 7 March 2015, Clichy sous Bois, France.
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Wide shots of rubble, streets, destroyed buildings, markets
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A guide explains how locals hang blankets to hide themselves from regime snipers.
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A Destroyed Armenian church, home to the only exhibition on the Armenian genocide in the Middle East. It has been hit by mortar shelling, a few FSA fighters now try to protect it from possible looters.
All but one Christian family has fled from Deir Ezzor.
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More decimated streets and markets.
The entrance of a museum that Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen's deposed president, opened to honor himself. The gallery is located inside the Grand Saleh mosque, in Sana'a. The centerpiece of the museum are the charred clothes he was wearing when a bomb exploded in the Grand Saleh mosque aiming to end his life in 2011. Also complementing the garments, there is a display of pieces of shrapnel found in his body afterwards.
Thousands of residents of the Suez Canal city of Port Said in eastern Egypt rallied Monday, March 4, in a funeral procession for two men killed during clashes with security forces the day before.
Mourners gathered outside a city mosque and performed prayers for the dead Monday. They then began processions carrying the coffins one after another to the cemetery, chanting, "The martyr is the beloved of God".
Mourners chanted against the interior ministry as well as the Muslim Brotherhood, the group from which President Mohamed Morsi hails.
Port Said was revisited by violence on Saturday but the clashes in the city between protesters and police turned deadly on Sunday after 39 defendants in the Port Said Trial were transferred out of Port Said on Sunday morning.
Police fired intense rounds of teargas throughout the day at demonstrators who opposed an interior ministry decision to transfer 39 prisoners from Port Said to Wadi Natroun prison in Beheira governorate, on the other side of the Nile Delta.
Keeping the defendants in Port Said is a popular demand among the city’s residents.
The prisoners are detained on charges related to the violence at Port Said stadium in February 2012, when over 70 Ahly football club fans were killed.
Sunday's clashes also led to the death of another civilian and two police conscripts, according to the health ministry. Over 400 were injured, according to ministry sources.
This comes ahead of the expected second phase of the Port Said trial scheduled for 9 March, where the 52 remaining defendants out of the total 73 will be issued verdicts. Twenty-one defendants were issued with death sentences in the first set of verdicts.
Thousands of Port Said residents have been conducting a campaign of civil disobedience during the past two weeks to protest marginalization policies at the hands of the central government and to demand justice for those killed in recent clashes.
Several media outlets gave conflicting reports of police and army soldiers exchanging fire at the end of the tense day. Egyptian armed forces official Spokesperson Colonel Ahmed Ali denied the reports on social networks.
Military police deployed to secure the gathering. Many people have responded to a popular campaign to collect signatures to delegate the army with managing the affairs of the state.
STORY: Thousands attend funeral of Egyptians killed in Port Said clashes
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 4, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 4, 2013
Video Size: 83.4 MB
- Zoom out shot of mourners of Port Said victims shouting against the Interior Ministry
- Pan left shot of mourners carrying coffin of one of Egyptians killed in clashes with security forces at Port Said yesterday and shouting "the martyr is the beloved of God"
- Various shots of mourners chanting, "the martyr is the beloved of God" and other statements against Morsi
- Various shots of mourners during the funeral of civilians killed in clashes
- Close up shot of a woman wearing black clothes and standing in the funeral of the victims
- Various shots of women participating in the funeral of the victims and saying statements against President Morsi
- Medium shot of a veiled woman saying to President Morsi “If you know how to read, so you have to read the history of Port Said, the city of resistance.
- Various shots of mourners walking in the funeral of the victims including army officials with Quran is hearing in the background
- Various shots of mourners in the funeral along with army vehicles walking in the funeral
- Tilt down shot of the paper distributed to people in Port Said by a popular campaign to collect signatures to delegate the army with managing the affairs of Port Said
People in Sana'a, Yemen pass through a security checkpoint en route to a gathering in honor of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Destruction of Dar Al Salam mosque in the Al Qarabees neighborhood of Homs as a result of airstrikes by the Syrian regime. Homs, Syria.
The 20th anniversary of Babri mosque of Ayodhya. The 6th of December 1992 became a historical date in Indian history. After the demolishment of Babri masque in the Hindu’s spiritually city Ayodhya, a rift created between the two communities (Hindu & Muslim) Ayodhya was prohibited by the Government for a long time.
A superstructure called the Babri mosque standing in the city of Ayodhya, came crashing down. It remains even today a traumatic event for the nation, because modern Indians had not yet been weaned on a true history of India but on the Macaulayian version of the destruction of the structure as criminal vandalism.
However, the real act of vandalism was the superstructure built on a hoary and existing temple, and the vandals came from abroad to demolish the temple, and to build a mosque on the same spot. But temples, once it is shown that (prana prathista puj) wordhip was performed to build it, is where God or the deity resides, and therefore a temple belongs to God forever.
Babri mosque was built as an affront to the Hindus. Otherwise it could have been built anywhere else since namaz can be offered anywhere. Hindus can be proud to have prevailed in history because despite 800 years of Islamic and 200 years of Christian domination, Bharat today is still over 80 per cent of Hindus in population, and a continuing Hindu civilisation.
Byte-Hidu’s (Sant) Pious, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“I don’t want to hurt anyone's feelings. We are doing these programs (Bhajan, Kirtan) merely for build Ram temple at Lord RAM birth place in Ayodhya. The Babri Mosque demolition is not good for Muslims but Babar was to attacker and he attacked both Hindu & Muslims. Place of prayer should not be on anyone name like (Babri mosque) BABRI MASJID.”
Byte- Eye witness, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“I am connected with these cases since 1986. It seems that the Court will not sort out this issue.”
Byte- Eye witness, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“The issue (Temple & Mosque) will not give a chance to Politicians. Whether it is Mulayam Singh Yadav (Leader of Samajwadi Party), Mayawati (Leader of Bahujan Samjwadi Party), Maneka Gandhi (Leader of Bhartiya Janta Party) or Sonia Gandhi (President of UPA). Now it should be stopped. If it continues, then there won’t be any development of Ayodhya”.
Byte-Hidu’s (Sant) Pious, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“At that time we were scared looked at the chaos. But now, I felt that incident was caused by political parties. Now we had forgotten old quarrels and live with love both Hindu & Muslim.”
Byte – Resident, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“ Ayodhya has not developed yet because nobody paid priority of Lord Ramachandra. I am a Muslim guy. I can proudly say that I am a resident of Ayoddhya but there did not any kind of development. People here live in amity. Political parties try to create rift again between two communities, they have failed.”
Local News Agency: News Point TV
Shooting Dateline: December 7th, 2012
Shooting Location: Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh (INDIA)
Publishing Time: December 7th, 2012
Video Size: 210.3 MB
Women talking on phones passing by a mosque in Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya. Somalian part of Nairobi.
Mosque in the Southern town of Chenini (near Tataouine)
Destruction of the Mar Georgios church in the neighborhood of Wadi Al Sayih in Homs as a result of airstrikes by the Syrian regime. Homs, Syria.
A Lebanese Youth stands in Martyrs Square during Anti-Assad Protests.
Vagif Akperov, Sheikh of Muslims of Georgia, inside the Tbilisi mosque.