Which is better for America? Islam or Christianity?

Muslims pray at a mosque in San Francisco, California on February 5, 2018.The new law was passed by a landslide in the state, with 56 percent of voters approving it.Muslims pray at the mosque in Santa Ana, California, on February 1, 2018, on the heels of a deadly shooting at a historic black church in

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The Greatest Mosque in America

The Greatest mosque in America.That’s how the Associated Press and the National Muslim Business Council define “the greatest mosque in the United States.”That’s what a Muslim Business Roundtable of America report calls “the largest mosque in North America.”That honor goes to the Al-Shifa Islamic Center in San Bernardino, Calif., which is the oldest Muslim-owned business

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What if you could build a fully autonomous space station from scratch?

by LISA WELSON via Wired article Posted May 03, 2019 06:20:13A fully autonomous spacecraft has been built using a “spherical” shape to create an automated control center, according to a research paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters.The shape, which was developed by researchers at the University of Bath and the University in Vienna,

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Japan’s mosque is an “inverted pyramid” in japans capital

A mosque in Tokyo has been the focus of an anti-Islam backlash for years.But the controversial structure was the brainchild of a local politician, and now some locals are calling it a symbol of Japanese racism.The mosque is a popular spot for local residents, who say it was built to accommodate a large Muslim community

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How to find the best newbie mosque in New Zealand

New Zealand’s largest Muslim congregation has one of the world’s largest mosques, with one of its largest gatherings.It’s a rare place where all faiths can congregate in a single space, and it has attracted a growing number of new Muslims from around the world, especially in the US.But a group of New Zealand Muslims has

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Russia bans Facebook ‘counter-extremism’ page

Russia has banned Facebook “counter-terrorism” pages, following a string of deadly attacks that have targeted the country’s largest mosque and its iconic, Kremlin-backed leader.The ban comes as the Kremlin struggles to contain a wave of violence targeting its security forces and its allies in the region.In June, a gunman opened fire on a police checkpoint