Egyptian calligrapher Saad Mohammed spent three years writing what he hopes to be "the largest Koran in the world".
Mohammed, who covers the walls and ceilings of his house in Bilqina, a village in the Mahalla Center in Gharbia Governorate in the Egyptian Delta, has hand-painted Islamic motifs, copies of the Koran on a 700-meter-long paper roll.
Vision News Agency / AVN / Follow-up / CNN / The story has many paradoxes, starting with Daashi, who was a well-known name on the German cultural scene. His American wife, the FBI agent, was in charge of following him and then fled to marry him in Syria.
The investigation was broadcast by CNN and tells the story.