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There’s a name for it: zebibah

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During the trial I blogged about the bruise on Moussaoui’s forehead resulting from his prostrations during prayer, but I couldn’t find the Arabic term for it. Well, it is called the zebibah and the NYT today has an article about it’s popularity in Egypt among the fashionably pious.

The NYT article is here.

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