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Islamist fighters allied to Al-shabab destroy the grave of Sheik Biyo Mal, a well-known Somali cleric buried in Holwadag district of the Somalia capital Mogadishu on March 25, 2010. Somalia's hardline Shebab rebels exhumed and took away the remains on March 23, 2010 of a senior Sufi cleric who died 30 years ago, denouncing a moderate version of Islam as "barbaric." Dozens of heavily armed militants destroyed the tomb of Sheik Muhyidin Eli in the north of the capital Mogadishu; "We have carried out today a holy operation to destroy tombs used as worshipping symbol. We aim to get rid of the barbaric and non-Islamic culture in the country," Shebab official Sheik Ali Husein told reporters. AFP PHOTO/Abdurashid ABDULLE (Photo credit should read Adirashid ABDULLE ABIKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Islamist fighters allied to Al-shabab destroy the grave of Sheik Biyo Mal, a well-known Somali cleric buried in Holwadag district of the Somalia capital Mogadishu on March 25, 2010. Somalia's hardline Shebab rebels exhumed and took away the remains on March 23, 2010 of a senior Sufi cleric who died 30 years ago, denouncing a moderate version of Islam as "barbaric." Dozens of heavily armed militants destroyed the tomb of Sheik Muhyidin Eli in the north of the capital Mogadishu; "We have carried out today a holy operation to destroy tombs used as worshipping symbol. We aim to get rid of the barbaric and non-Islamic culture in the country," Shebab official Sheik Ali Husein told reporters. AFP PHOTO/Abdurashid ABDULLE (Photo credit should read Adirashid ABDULLE ABIKAR/AFP/Getty Images)