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Raqqa‬: ISIS Demolished Part From Raqqa Archaeological Wall In order to Open Road For trucks to pass

‏الرقة‬: تنظيم ‫‏داعش‬ يقوم بهدم جزئي لسور الرقة الأثري والهدف من الهدم توسيع طاقة ” علي مظفر ” وذلك ليسمح بمرور الشاحنات Raqqah: Destruction d’une partie du rempart de Raqqah pour faciliter la circulation des véhicules هدم تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية (داعش) جزءًا من سور_الرقة_الأثري، لتوسيع ممر “علي مظفر”، والسماح بمرور ...

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Raqqa: Lion statues destroyed

Two statues of lions, originally from the Arslan Tash archaeological site near Aleppo, have been deliberately destroyed. Additional information: Only one of these statue was genuine. The destruction was ordered by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant).

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Destruction of the Sufi Meqam (mausoleum) of the “Wali Othman Saad el’Din Pacha al-Azem”

Raqqah 19.01.2014: Destruction of the Sufi Meqam (mausoleum) of the “Wali Othman Saad el’Din Pacha al-Azem” by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) using a bulldozer. ISIS has destroyied the Sufi Meqam (19th century). This building was located in al-Mansour mosque which dates back to the 2nd Abbasid Caliph ...

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al-Raqqah: State of Meqam (mausoleum) Ammar ibn Yassir and Uwais al-Qarni after bombing

Ammār was born in the Year of the Elephant, which was the same year as Muhammad. ʻAmmār was a friend of Muhammad even before conversion and was one of the intermediaries in Muhammad’s marriage to Khadijah bint Khuwaylid. His mother was Sumayyah bint Khayyat and his father was Yasir ibn ...

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