GALLERY An old Nubian villager, whose shadow forms the shape of a pharaoh, holds a stick. His village was flooded by the Merowe Dam. Algerian presidential candidate Abdelaziz Bouteflika addresses supporters in Adrar, 1999. A parade of Islamic revolutionary guards marches over a US flag in Ahwaz, in order to commermorate the 3rd anniversary of the Iranian revolution, 1983. A Turkana woman digs a water well in the arid region surrounding Lake Turkana, 2009. Two ultra-orthodox Jewish men walk at night in Jerusalem, 1996. Mono, a 15-year old gang member, shows his tattooed body. The young members of La Casita gang live inside a ruin in Managua, Nicaragua. Shortly after the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war, mullahs in arms march past Ayatollah Khomeini’s residence in Jamaran, thus affirming their support for him. A mother and her child making bricks, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2007. Girls study the Quran inside the Sultan İsa Medrese in Mardin, Turkey, 2004. A group of women political prisoners in the notorious Evin prison in Tehran, 1982. An Egyptian pilgrim woman carries a TV set on her head as she arrives to Port Suez after performing the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, 1992. An Afghan woman lifts her veil while bringing her son to school in Kabul for the first time after the fall of Taliban in 2002. A young boy wearing a combat volunteer’s uniform holds a gun during a parade in Tehran, 1983. Men sit on the roof of a taxi to Kunduz. Oil well fire fighters approach a burning oil well for capping in Al Ahmadi, 1991. Wounded Iranian soldiers wait near the Karkhe River to be evacuated to a hospital, 1982. A family stands in the door of their home in a slum of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Millions of people have migrated to the city in hope of work. An elderly inhabitant of a village in Badakhshan, Afghanistan, votes for the first time in his life at the Loya Jirga elections, 2002. At Tehran’s biggest cemetery, a fountain of water colored red, symbol of martyrs, was installed. A group of veiled women passes by. The war caused more than one million casualties. 1984. Supporters of Daniel Ortega sit on a billboard reading: “We win and everything will be better” in Managua, Nicaragua, 1990. On the speaker’s stand, during a speech in Tehran on the anniversary of Ayatollah Khomeini’s going into exile, stands Ahmad Khomeini, his son, 1982. A man crosses a river in Afghanistan on an improvised cable railway, 1993. A group of men and boys shouts slogans during a demonstration of Ultra-orthodox Jews iin Jerusalem, 1996. They protest a Supreme Court decision not to close a main street during Shabbat and holidays. A flurry of rickshaws passes through a street in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2007. A street photographer works in the streets of Kabul, 2003. The Eiffel Tower in Paris reflects in the water of the pool beneath it. Hamas extremists volunteering for suicide attacks pose in Gaza, 1995. A group of mullahs, sent to the front on the Iranian side of the Iran-Iraq border near Abadan, observes the burning oil port of Faw in Iraq, 1983. Only the minaret peaks out from this submerged mosque of Savasan village which has been flooded by the waters of Birecik reservoir damming up the Euphrates in Southeastern Turkey. A Samburu warrior in the Turkana region, Northern Kenya, jumps down from a rock with carved animal depictions. Men beat their chests with fists at Ashura ceremony in Kabul, 2003. A Kuwaiti boy waves a US flag in Kuwait City to celebrate the first anniversary of the liberation from Iraqi occupation in 1992. An elderly Palestinian kisses his only source of income, a camel on the Mount of Olives where tourists usually come in big numbers to have a look on the Old City of Jerusalem. Boys from villages in Northern Uganda gather in community shelters in Gulu every night to avoid being abducted as child soldiers by the LRA, 2006. A woman carrying her child moans during the funeral of a war victim on Ahwaz cemetery, Iran 1981. Members of the Egyptian Muslim extremist movement Jama’a Islamiya wave with Quran books from the police truck entering to Heakstep Military Court near Cairo, 1993.