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The first mosque in Phila, a historic landmark, was built by the British Army in the late 1800's. As an example of early Islamic architecture, the Mosque is comprised of five pillars and has two minarets. The Mosque was built on the site of a destroyed house. There are some details about the building that are similar to other mosques in the city. It muslims marriage is the oldest mosque in Philadelphia, and it was established in 1791. The mosque is one of several notable structures in the city of Phila. There are several mosques in Phila, such as the Islamic Center, the Islamic Society, the Islamic Cultural Center, and the Islamic Community Center. These are very important Islamic centers. One of the reasons why the Mosque was established was because it was a center for religious education and was open to all. In fact, the Mosque was called the Islamic Educational Institute. Because of this, it was named after Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him). Today the Mosque is known as the Masjid Phila and is the largest mosque in Phila. The Mosque is the main place of worship for Muslims from around the world, including Pakistan. The Islamic Center is a multi-purpose building that can house a mosque, meeting hall, auditorium and several classrooms. It is a place where people can meet, have meals, study and pray. In addition, there are two large lecture halls. The Mosque is surrounded by a number of uae girls other buildings which house educational and cultural institutions. It is considered a very important part of the community in Philadelphia. Mawlana Al-Aqsa Al-Mahdi There are over 1,000,000 Muslims residing in the USA. In 2010, more than 500,000 of those Muslims were in the Philadelphia area. It's a pretty safe bet that a good percentage of the people who attend the mosque are Muslims. We also have a mosque near our city headquarters which is used by many other communities. The other thing I can say about the Islamic Center in Philadelphia is that the people who run it know the rules. They don't let any of the local kids play. The local kids, and some of the new ones, do have their little games, but they don't really have any fun. I've seen kids who have learned the Quran and their parents will tell you, they're much more mature than I would have guessed. They know the rules and they know they are not to be messaged on their phones or anywhere else at the mosque. In summary: I've been doing this whole thing for 5 months, and I've never seen such a good-looking group of kids as the newbies I've been running around with. Their skin is perfect. They know how to speak and how to make eye contact and they have vivastreet pakistani very few signs of being bored. I've met some of them in a small town in Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh) in early January and some have been around for a year. I'm surprised I didn't meet them before the internet was created. There's something about them I like, even if I can't understand it. The first one I met was a Muslim kid who told me about his parents and how much they had edmonton muslim sacrificed for him and his family. His father, he said, was a carpenter. His mother, she said, was a cook. Their dad was a fisherman and his mom was a housewife. The kids were very nice and seemed quite proud of who they are. I asked him how he knew he was a Muslim, and he said, "Because I heard about it in a book." "A book," I said. "I heard it from a guy who went to a mosque and came back." I asked if he wanted me to tell anyone about this. He said he had no reason to. I asked him if it bothered him that the mosque people had heard the story, and he said, "No, it doesn't bother me at all." He asked me if I was his friend. I said I was. He sex dating bristol said that he didn't need to, since he was one of the kids. I said that it was not fair to judge someone for being raised in a mosque, and that the mosque was a free place to worship. I then asked him to tell me something about himself. He said he was a musician and that he did not feel comfortable talking about his life. He did say that he went to indian matrimonial sites in canada a religious school in his home town, but he didn't know why. I told him that it was probably because he was not religious, and that he would have a different experience in a secular school. He said he had a lot of questions and was ready to take a more detailed look at Islam. Then, he said that he had come across a Muslim community, and it sounded like a wonderful place to study Islam. When he was leaving, he said, he wanted to give some thought to what he would do next. I'm glad I took the time to get to know him. I don't know if his life will turn out better than mine. I just hope that the people who knew him will forgive his actions. I wish he had gotten the benefit of the doubt and not felt that his life was so valuable. I hope he can find sweedish men a good Muslim community for his future studies. Posted by David in Philly on Monday, February 21, 2012 "I've been in America for over 14 years now. I came here in 2005 to pursue a career in music. It's been a dream come true. My life has been an adventure. I am blessed to have a lot of wonderful and kind people around me.