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Sheikh of Georgian Muslims
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Vagif Akperov, Sheikh of Muslims of Georgia, inside the Tbilisi mosque.

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Sheikh of Georgian Muslims
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Vagif Akperov, Sheikh of Muslims of Georgia, inside the Tbilisi mosque.

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Sheikh of Georgian Muslims
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Vagif Akperov, Sheikh of Muslims of Georgia, inside the Tbilisi mosque.

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Sheikh of Georgian Muslims
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Vagif Akperov, Sheikh of Muslims of Georgia, inside the Tbilisi mosque.

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Waiting for the end of the prayer
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Roma children observe worshipers during the Friday prayer in Tbilisi mosque. After the prayer the Roma wait at the doors to beg.

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Waiting for the end of the prayer in ...
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Roma children observe worshipers during the Friday prayer in Tbilisi mosque. After the prayer the Roma wait at the doors to beg.

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After the Friday prayer in Tbilisi mo...
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Roma beg at the entrance of Tbilisi mosque as worshipers are coming out after the end of the Friday prayer.

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After the Friady prayer in Tbilisi mo...
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Roma beg at the entrance of Tbilisi mosque as worshipers are coming out after the end of the Friday prayer.

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After the Friady prayer in Tbilisi mo...
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Roma beg at the entrance of Tbilisi mosque as worshipers are coming out after the end of the Friday prayer.

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After the Friady prayer in Tbilisi mo...
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
19 Oct 2012

Roma beg at the entrance of Tbilisi mosque as worshipers are coming out after the end of the Friday prayer.

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Bara Imambara of royal city Lucknow II
Lucknow, Utter Pradesh, India
By newspoint
17 Oct 2012

Bara Imambara is the grandest building of Lucknow, including the large Asfi mosque, the bhulbhulayah (labyrinth), and a well with running water. Two imposing gateways lead to the main hall. The Bara Imambara was built in 1784 during a devastating famine and one of Asaf-ud-Daula's objectives in embarking on this grandiose project was to provide employment for people in the region. According to reports, the famine continued for over a decade and the construction of the building continued for this time. It is said that ordinary people used to work in the day building up the edifice, while noblemen and other elite were called in at night to break down all the structure built each day, as they were incapable of doing anything else. These see-saw efforts continued until the period of famine was over. It was a project that preceded a Keynesian-like intervention for employment generation.

Byte- Nawab Mir Jafar Abdullah, Descendant of Nawab (peer) (Urdu)
“It is identified as the largest amongst Asifi Imambara in Lucknow is also known as Bara Imambara. Before making Imambara, Asif made a luxurious mosque. This is because of the importance of Bara Imambara in Muhrram Tazia of the Imam Hussein (a.s), first launched in India. Bara Imambara was built in 1784. Bara Imambara is so important in architectural beauty, Bara Imambara is a great matter for civil engineer.”

Byte-M A Khan, Senior Conservator Assistant archeology Department of India (Hindi)
“The big Imambara was made by Asif Uddullah. During his reign, he made Imambara for the people so that they had a chance to work. When he went to that mosque named Asifi, he felt there had to be an Imambara there too. Then he made his own Imambara and the amazing architectural accomplishment was a terrace without any supportive pillars. At that time there were no buildings as such in the whole world. The height of the building is 165ft long and 55ft broad. This type of building is never seen anywhere. A famous feature there, was a labyrinth where people used to get disguised and face difficulties while coming back to that area, which seems wonder because of two things of Imambara.” Local News Agency: News Point TV
Shooting Dateline: October 16, 2012
Shooting Location: Lucknow, Utter Pradesh (INDIA)
Publishing Time: October 16, 2012
Length: 0:10:24
Video Size: 168 MB
Language: Hindi
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera:
SHOT LIST:
1. Long shot of entrance gate of Imambara
2. Camera pan left
3. Mid Close Up shot of design of Imambara gate
4. Various shot of Imambara
5. Different Angel shot of Imambara
6. Long Shot of Central Hall of Imambara
7. Wide shots campus of Imambara
8. Zoom out shot of Imambara

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Bara Imambara of royal city Lucknow I
Lucknow, Utter Pradesh, India
By newspoint
17 Oct 2012

Bara Imambara is the grandest building of Lucknow, including the large Asfi mosque, the bhulbhulayah (labyrinth), and a well with running water. Two imposing gateways lead to the main hall. The Bara Imambara was built in 1784 during a devastating famine and one of Asaf-ud-Daula's objectives in embarking on this grandiose project was to provide employment for people in the region. According to reports, the famine continued for over a decade and the construction of the building continued for this time. It is said that ordinary people used to work in the day building up the edifice, while noblemen and other elite were called in at night to break down all the structure built each day, as they were incapable of doing anything else. These see-saw efforts continued until the period of famine was over. It was a project that preceded a Keynesian-like intervention for employment generation.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Women in Syria, Azaz Children
Azaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
02 Oct 2012

Organizers cross the border into "Free Syria" in order to deliver aid to those Syrians stuck outside of Turkey. Children play amidst the rubble of tanks and shelled civilian targets, stuck in Syria unable to enter Turkey.

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Egyptians To Be Executed For Killing ...
Ismailia Criminal Court, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
24 Sep 2012

On Thursday, October 11, Ismailia Criminal Court sentenced and referred the papers of 19 convicts to Egypt’s Mufti to get his opinion on their execution for killing a young man inside a mosque while he was praying during Ramadan in 2010.
Two the convicts were present inside the dock while the other 17 were sentenced in absentia.
The execution verdict will finally be pronounced on November 10 after the Mufti’s approval.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sabeely:
“The court decided with consensus of its members to refer the convicts’ papers to the Mufti of Egypt to provide the Islamic legal opinion on the case and set the session of November 10 to review the case. The session is adjourned.”

The first convict explained that they did it in revenge for his brother who had been killed by the victim’s cousin.
The investigations confirmed that the victim, a 24-year-old young man, was repeatedly stabbed in the head, the back and the stomach, and the convicts professed committing the crime and reenacted it before the prosecution.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: September 24, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: September 24, 2012
Length: 0:01:21
Video Size: 66.9 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of Ismailia Criminal Court
2. Various shots of the court session
3. Various shots of the convicts inside the dock during the court session
4. Various shots of the judges and attendees
5. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sabeely:
“The court decided with consensus of its members to refer the convicts’ papers to the Mufti of Egypt to provide the Islamic legal opinion on the case and set the session of November 10 to review the case. The session is adjourned.”
6. Various shots of the convicts reenacting the crime before the prosecution inside the mosque

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Remains of an old mosque in Aleppo
Syrai,Aleppo
By ameryaseen
21 Sep 2012

The remains of an old mosque in Aleppo, Qadi Askar, after being bombed.

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After the Spring in Yemen (16 of 28)
Sanaa, Yemen
By dustweare
29 Jul 2012

Two boys relaxing inside the Grand Saleh mosque, Sana'a. Inaugurated in November 2008, it can hold up to 40,000 worshippers and cost nearly 60 million US dollars to build. A number not easy to digest given the country's suffering from various widespread different kinds of humanitarian crisis.

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A message in the air
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
19 May 2012

Activist organization Youth in Amman passed out and tossed fliers into the air during a protest after noon prayer Friday outside King Hussein Mosque

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A message in the air
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
19 May 2012

Activist organization Youth in Amman passed out and tossed fliers into the air during a protest after noon prayer Friday outside King Hussein Mosque

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Protesters make themselves heard
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
19 May 2012

Protestors outside King Hussein Mosque in Amman decry the rising cost of living

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Airing grievances
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
19 May 2012

A protestor is interview outside King Hussein Mosque in downtown Amman

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Waiting for Prayer
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
18 May 2012

Two locals, having grabbed makeshift prayer rugs made of cardboard, await noontime prayer at King Hussein Mosque in Amman.

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Hiding in plain sight
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
18 May 2012

Members of the Jordanian mukhabarat, or secret police, keep a careful eye on proceedings in expectation of protests after noon prayer.

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Watchful eyes
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
18 May 2012

Policemen meet across the street from King Hussein Mosque in Amman before the start of noon prayer

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Ready for Prayer
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
18 May 2012

King Hussein Mosque's expansive entrance, just bustling with goods and wares, is cleared in preparation for Friday's noontime prayer

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Washing up
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
18 May 2012

Local boys, having just purchased color-dyed chicks at the flea market, wash up before noon prayer.

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Headed to Mosque
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
18 May 2012

Men enter King Hussein Mosque in downtown Amman amid banners in protest of the rising costs of living

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Vendor outside King Hussein Mosque
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
17 May 2012

A street vendor transports his goods before jumu'ah (friday prayer)

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Yerevan Mosque
Yerevan, Armenia
By nicholasalanclayton
12 May 2012

The dome of the Blue Mosque in Yerevan, Armenia.

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Mosque in Taftanaz
Taftanaz, Syria
By Rachel Beth Anderson
29 Apr 2012

Taftanaz, Syria

Mosque destroyed by shelling in Taftanaz during attacks that occurred while the UN was negotiating for monitors with Assad.

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Mosque in Taftanaz
Taftanaz, Syria
By Rachel Beth Anderson
29 Apr 2012

Taftanaz, Syria

Mosque destroyed by shelling in Taftanaz during attacks that occurred while the UN was negotiating for monitors with Assad.

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Sheikh Dai al islam
Tripoli, Lebanon
By Randa Mirza
22 Dec 2011

Sheikh Dai al-Islam al-Chahal at his home in Tripoli. Dai al-Islam founded the Salafi Movement in Lebanon, the Islamic Association for Guidance and Charity and The Holy Quran Radio. He operates a wide number of mosques in North Lebanon where he preaches weekly in favor of the Syrian revolution.

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Down With Military Rule in Al-Azhar M...
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
17 Dec 2011

December 17, 2011 - Cairo
During a prayer in remembrance of Senior Sheikh Emad Effat, who was martyred after being shot by security forces, a women begins to shout, "down with military rule."