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Part 1, The Guardian: From the 1960s to 1980s, Arkady Bronnikov visited correctional facilities all over the Soviet Union and photographed thousands of tattooed inmates to decode their body art – and helped solve many crimes by identifying criminals based on their ink. Here, you can learn what roses, snakes and cowboys really mean ...

In sowjetischen Strafkolonien entstand nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg eine einzigartige Tattoo-Tradition. Damon Murray hat sie in Bildbänden dokumentiert. Im Interview erklärt er den Code hinter den Bildern.

it's seemingly "tolerant"...from the "kuffar" society. because according to this principe, we actually can no longer judge anything, anyone, hence "every evil" will become "private affair". Am I right? Doesn't it mean " we actually should not judge anything, anyone" ? he sinned differently than me, G.W.Bush of course sinned in another way, Iblees sinned again differently than you, so at the end, we should judge nobody, nothing. then what? Evil prevailed...it's happening now, right now....

it's seemingly "tolerant"...from the "kuffar" society. because according to this principe, we actually can no longer judge anything, anyone, hence "every evil" will become "private affair". Am I right? Doesn't it mean " we actually should not judge anything, anyone" ? he sinned differently than me, G.W.Bush of course sinned in another way, Iblees sinned again differently than you, so at the end, we should judge nobody, nothing. then what? Evil prevailed...it's happening now, right now....

Grozny Chechnya war Caucasus Russia wars chechen children 1

Grozny Chechnya war Caucasus Russia wars chechen children 1

Chechen rebel during the first war in Chechnya (1990's) - On the road to Chechnya © Stanley Greene

Asya, Chechnya von Stanley Greene auf artnet. Sehen Sie mehr Kunstwerke von Stanley Greene bei Polka Galerie.

Young Chechen boy during the first war in Chechnya, which was fought by the Chechen rebels to gain independence from Russia. (1994-1996).

Young Chechen boy during the first war in Chechnya, which was fought by the Chechen rebels to gain independence from Russia. (1994-1996).