The black flag of the Shahada.
I know I talked about Omar al-Bakri, the only Muslim considered extreme enough to be banned from Britain, but since (a) he's hosting prayers of mourning for Osama bin Laden today, and (b) he didn't get his own article last time, I figured he deserved to be counted all by himself.
Sheikh Omar Bakri, a Lebanese Sunni cleric and Islamist preacher, heads a special prayer honouring al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, at a mosque in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, May 6, 2011. Bakri, who described bin Laden as a martyr, gave a short sermon before leading the 'prayer for the absent', conducted when mourners are unable to pray over the body of the deceased. REUTERS/ Omar Ibrahim (LEBANON)
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