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Foto-Essay: Der Islam

 INSP / Reuters Sonntag, 11. Mai 2014

Der Islam ist mit über einer Milliarde Gläubigen die zweitgrößte Religion der Welt. Das Wort „Islam“ bedeutet „Unterwerfung unter den Willen Gottes“. Muslime glauben, dass ihre Religion vor mehr als 1400 Jahren in Mekka offenbart wurde. Unser Foto-Essay gibt diese Woche Einblicke in einen Glauben, der oft falsch verstanden und falsch dargestellt wird. Wir bieten eine großartige Auswahl von Reuters-Bildern aus der ganzen Welt an. Sie zeigen unter anderem Muslime, die die Kaaba in der Großen Moschee in Mekka umkreisen, und Menschen, die vor dem Taj Mahal in der indischen Stadt Agra beten. (98 Wörter) - Von Billy Briggs

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A Kenyan woman arrives at the Sir Ali Muslim mosque to perform special Eid al-Fitr prayers marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan in the capital Nairobi October 24, 2019.Photo: REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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A Muslim pilgrim prays atop Mount Thor in the holy city of Mecca ahead of the annual haj pilgrimage October 11, 2019. Mount Thor marks the start of the journey of the Prophet Mohammad and his companion Abu Bakr Al-Sadeeq from Mecca to Medina. It houses Thor cave where Prophet Mohammed is believed hid from the people of Quraish before his Hijra (migration) to Medina.Photo: REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

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Muslims circle the Kaaba inside the Grand Mosque during the Muslim month of Ramadan, in Mecca September 4, 2019. Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and conducting sexual relations from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar.Photo: REUTERS/Hassan Ali

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Women wearing white chadors pray during Friday prayer at Varzaneh Grand mosque near Isfahan 450 km (281 miles) south of Tehran, June 27, 2019. The women of Varzaneh wear white to ensure protection against evil.Photo: REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

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Indonesian Muslims attend morning Eid prayers at Jakarta's Istiqlal Mosque on November 14, 2019.Photo: REUTERS/Supri

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A child lines up food in preparation for the break of fast on the first day of Ramadan at the Memon Mosque in Karachi August 12, 2019.Photo: REUTERS/Athar Hussain

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Muslims offer prayers in front of the historic Taj Mahal during Eid al-Fitr in the northern Indian city of Agra September 21, 2019. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset.Photo: REUTERS/Brijesh Singh

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An Afghan Shi'ite Muslim bleeds after he flagellated himself with chains during an Ashura procession in Kabul, January 29, 2019. The Ashura festival commemorates the death of Imam Hussein, one of Prophet Mohammad's grandsons who was killed in 680 AD in Kerbala of Iraq.Photo: REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

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Afghan men wait to perform Eid al-Adha prayers in Kabul, November 6, 2019. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha to mark the end of the haj pilgrimage by slaughtering sheep, goats, camels and cows to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God's command.Photo: REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

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Indian Shi'ite Muslim men beat themselves with their hands during a Muharram procession to mark Ashura in Kerbala, about 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Baghdad, December 14, 2019. Shi'ite Muslims are preparing for Ashura, the most important day in the Shi'ite calendar, which commemorates the death of Imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Mohammad, in the 7th century battle of Kerbala.Photo: REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammad


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