FAITH IN GUINEA: BETWEEN OPENNESS AND RIGORISM

FAITH IN GUINEA: BETWEEN OPENNESS AND RIGORISM
Imam getting ready to perform a Muslim baby naming ceremony in Macenta, ethnic-konianke community, Forest Region, Republic of Guinea

To the memory of Kanséréba Keita, who left us too early.

On this morning of July 28, 2014, Muslim faith is everywhere. “Fidel Castro” expressway, which runs from east to west through the peninsula of Conakry, is totally congested.Continue reading...

Pictures taken from 2013 to 2016 – Text from December 2020.

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