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Sufi mosque bull-dozed by hard-liners in Libya

Libyan Islamist hardliners use a bulldozer to raze the mausoleum of Al-Shaab Al-Dahman near the centre of Tripoli

Sufi mosque bull-dozed by hard-liners in Libya
Libyan Islamist hardliners use a bulldozer to raze the mausoleum of Al-Shaab Al-Dahman near the centre of Tripoli on August 25, 2012. Islamist hardliners bulldozed part of the revered mausoleum in Tripoli in the second such attack in Libya in two days, an AFP correspondent reported. (AFP/Getty Images)
Sufi mosque bull-dozed by hard-liners in Libya
Libyans gather as Islamist hardliners bulldoze the mausoleum of Al-Shaab Al-Dahman near the centre of Tripoli on August 25, 2012. Hardline Sunni Islamists are implacably opposed to the veneration of tombs of revered Muslim figures, saying that such devotion should be reserved for God alone. (AFP/Getty Images)
Sufi mosque bull-dozed by hard-liners in Libya
A picture shows the destroyed section of the mausoleum of Al-Shaab Al-Dahman near the centre of Tripoli on August 25, 2012 after Islamist hardliners bulldozed part of the revered mausoleum in the second such attack in Libya in two days. Hardline Sunni Islamists are implacably opposed to the veneration of tombs of revered Muslim figures, saying that such devotion should be reserved for God alone. (AFP/Getty Images)
Sufi mosque bull-dozed by hard-liners in Libya
Libyan Islamist hardliners use a bulldozer to raze the mausoleum of Al-Shaab Al-Dahman near the centre of Tripoli on August 25, 2012. Islamist hardliners bulldozed part of the revered mausoleum in Tripoli in the second such attack in Libya in two days, an AFP correspondent reported. (AFP/Getty Images)
Sufi mosque bull-dozed by hard-liners in Libya
A picture shows the destroyed section of the mausoleum of Al-Shaab Al-Dahman near the centre of Tripoli on August 25, 2012 after Islamist hardliners bulldozed part of the revered mausoleum in the second such attack in Libya in two days. Hardline Sunni Islamists are implacably opposed to the veneration of tombs of revered Muslim figures, saying that such devotion should be reserved for God alone. (AFP/Getty Images)