Daily Reports


Friday - July 17, 2009


Out into the forests

The Gilberts islands are home to a group of Muslim and none-Muslim residents, where worshippers of various cults convene to worship their Lord.
Indigenous Muslim residents in the Pacific Ocean island of Nadi pray at a mosque on Thursday while a group of their country men and women launch traditional dance rituals to mark the arrival of the longest totality of the 21st century.
Buoyed by the traditional rites, Iranian researchers, Hamid Khodashenas and Mohsen Abrishami will brave into the heart of the Nadi Forest Island and highlands on a van tomorrow, a few days ahead of the much-awaited totality.


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