Source: The Washington Post
Wire Service: AP
On a crisp November day in 2009, the cemetery on the hill received its first guest – a 28-year-old stonemason killed in a car accident two days earlier.
Solemnly his Sufi Muslim brethren buried him beneath a vibrant green headstone – the color of the Osmanli Naksibendi Hakkani order, which runs a 50-acre farm and mosque here. They prayed for him to rest in peace.
But that was not to be.