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A Beacon of Coexistence For Muslims In Eastern Europe The Grand Mosque of Constanta in southeast Romania has a hulking minaret nearly 50 metres high overlooking the Black Sea. It was constructed as a symbol of gratitude to the city’s Muslim community on the orders of King Carol I in 1910. Much has since changed […]

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Shali (Russia): Chechnya has inaugurated what may be the largest masjid of Europe. The ceremony was attended by many officials, including UAE Minister of Tolerance, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Islamic Affairs and the Kuwaiti AmiriDiwan Adviser and Chairman of the International Islamic Charitable Organisation (IICO). Chechen authorities claimed that it is the largest masjid of […]

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Turkey has around 18,000 Jews according to the Turkish Jewish community and their population is concentrated in Istanbul. It has been 527 years since the expulsion of Sephardic Jews from Spain. Prominent figures of the community say the Ottomans gave them the right to live in peace and their ancestors introduced the empire to new […]

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Concerns about the future of the Long Island’s East End’s only kosher restaurant have evaporated, thanks to a Muslim restaurateur who bought the place and decided to keep it halal and kosher. “It’s a dream come true,” Muslim restaurateur Rashid Sulehri said of the Beach Bakery in Westhampton.“Sons of Abraham can sit under one roof […]

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RukaNade founder Nermana Huskic came to St. Louis (USA) in the late 1990s, arriving with family members as refugees after the Bosnian war. For NermanaHuskic, the seeds of her future as a resource and service provider for homeless people were planted young. At the age of 5, Huskić witnessed terror and violent intimidation by Serbian […]

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