A man identified only as Sherif waves the French flag and shouts anti-radical Islam slogans after Friday prayer at the Paris mosque Nov. 20. Cold rain extinguished the flickering candles and drenched the packets of flowers outside the Paris attacks sites, but people came anyway to pay tribute, to mourn, to reflect on their city’s losses one week later.
A man identified only as Sherif waves the French flag and shouts anti-radical Islam slogans after Friday prayer at the Paris mosque Nov. 20. Cold rain extinguished the flickering candles and drenched the packets of flowers outside the Paris attacks sites, but people came anyway to pay tribute, to mourn, to reflect on their city’s losses one week later. Amr Nabil The Associated Press
A man identified only as Sherif waves the French flag and shouts anti-radical Islam slogans after Friday prayer at the Paris mosque Nov. 20. Cold rain extinguished the flickering candles and drenched the packets of flowers outside the Paris attacks sites, but people came anyway to pay tribute, to mourn, to reflect on their city’s losses one week later. Amr Nabil The Associated Press

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