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  • ...awakening process that began in the 1950s. Although Puerto Rico currently holds a Palestinian, Pakistani, and Egyptian community, a new Latin Caribbean community is growing and is in the spot light. This provides Dawah to their own people from all over the island. Thanks...
    Zafar Khan Jul 16
  • http://theislamicmonthly.com/alianza-islamica-the-true-story/ Alianza Islamica: The True Story MARCH 14, 2016 11:51 AM On January 30, 2016, Muslims and non-Muslims alike gathered in Houston, Texas, for the most highly anticipated event of the season: the grand opening of IslamInSpanish’s Centro Islamico , a new nexus to bring Islam to Latinos. Bright, sunny, nearly cloudless...
    Zafar Khan Apr 10, 2016
  • ...news/2015/June/22.06.2015/significatn-rise-in-people-fasting-in-latin-america.html More Muslims in Latin America are fasting this...are not Muslim) claim significantly large communities across Latin America. Significant numbers of Lebanon, Syria and Palestine...http://www.latintimes.com/ramadan-2015-latin-america-where-are-latino-muslims-323449 Ramadan 2015 In Latin...
    Zafar Khan Jun 27, 2015
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  • ...community but has been seeing a steady decline over the years. In Latin America — where there are over 425 million Catholics, where...unaffiliated with a faith. For instance, a mere 9 percent of Latin Americans were raised in a Protestant church, but now one-in...number of Latino Muslims. And it’s not just a result of Arab Latin Americans emigrating to the United States. According to organizations...
    Zafar Khan Nov 23, 2014
  • ...and former occupants have taken to worshiping in mosques... or at least that's the case in the Latin American community. Latinos are flocking to the Islamic faith at an unconfirmed rate, and there...Islam's egalitarian message appealing, others express a desire to build a religious society in Latin America similar to the Nation of Islam in the United States, and some convert because of marriage...
    Zafar Khan Feb 21, 2014
  • ...growing rapidly over the past few years, Islam has long been established in Mexico, dating back to the Spanish conquest. “In all of Latin America, not just Mexico, Islam arrived with Spanish colonialism,” Zidane Zeraoui al Awad, a professor of international relations...
    Zafar Khan Aug 27, 2013
  • ...a student. She first began writing poetry at 12 years-old, and has been drawing since 2001. Jameelah is the author of The Afro-Latin Diaspora: Awakening Ancestral Memory, Avoiding Cultural Amnesia published in 2004, the owner of Hijabified 24:31 line hosted at...
    Zafar Khan Apr 16, 2011
  • Its Rhyming Poetry Captured Me A Latin-American Woman Converts By Sarah Paez Gonzalez http://www.readingislam.com/servlet/Satellite?c=Article_C&cid=1245845944897&pagename...
    Zafar Khan Jul 26, 2009
  • ...that was part of NSU's Hispanic festival explored the ways Islamic culture has influenced the Latin world. BY LISA BOLIVAR Special to The Miami Herald Oct. 05, 2008 http://www.miamiherald.com...Arabic is so similar today. They kept intellectual thought alive by translating from Greek and Latin, all the classics.'' Islamic influence in Spain and then the New World can be seen in the structure...
    Zafar Khan Nov 26, 2008
  • ...800 years. The Muslim empire left its mark on architecture, food and language of Spanish culture, which was then bought over into Latin America through the conquistadors. Hundreds of Spanish words have Arabic roots. Historians have concluded that "olé" is the Spanish...
    Zafar Khan Nov 24, 2007