How to tell if you’re Muslim


New York City is the only US city to have a mosque, and it’s one of the few in the country that’s managed to maintain its own identity.

But that’s not the case for some other New York-area mosques.

So what are the best ways to tell which mosques are Muslim, and which ones aren’t?

“We’re the only city in the US with a mosque,” says Abdulkader Aqeel, the executive director of the Islamic Center of New York.

“That’s the only way to know.”

He points out that a mosque can have more than one mosque if it is a private, non-profit organization.

The Islamic Center’s mosque sits on a street that’s been a main thoroughfare in the city for centuries.

The group says it started its project because the city is too busy to maintain all the other mosques.

“The number of mosques is way out of control,” Aqeeel says.

“We started this project because we were really worried that New York is becoming a big, scary place.”

Aqebel’s own mosque, the Islamic House of Prayer, has a small congregation of only a few hundred people, and that number is dwindling fast.

“I know there’s been an uptick in hate crimes, but we’re trying to keep our numbers steady,” he says.

The mosque was built in 1965 and now has about 5,000 worshippers, but many members are members of the community, and some are immigrants.

In the early 1990s, the mosque was targeted by anti-Muslim mobs, who were upset that the mosque wasn’t allowed to serve alcohol or worship.

“There was a lot of fear, a lot fear that these guys were coming into our mosque,” Aayebel says, referring to the mob that attacked the mosque in 1994.

“They were not allowed to come in, they weren’t allowed anywhere to sit, they were not permitted to pray, they didn’t even have a microphone to speak.

We tried to fight that with all the legal avenues that we had, but the mob didn’t give up.”

Since then, the city has done several things to try and stop the attacks.

“In order to fight these groups, they’re moving in from all over the world, and the number of their visits has skyrocketed,” Ajaz Muthana, a lawyer and the executive secretary of the Muslim Advocacy Project, says.

He says the police have also cracked down on the mosque’s property, but they’ve never caught the offenders.

Muthani says the community is feeling overwhelmed.

“It’s a lot to handle, and a lot that you can’t control, especially when the people that you’re supposed to be working with are getting hurt,” he explains.

Mottana says the mosque has been able to maintain a healthy relationship with the community since the attack.

“What I’ve found is that people have been really supportive,” he adds.

“You can’t help but feel connected to these people, because it’s been such a tough time for our community.”

But even after all these efforts, it’s still not clear which mosque will become a Muslim one.

Some of the most prominent figures in the Muslim community, such as the imams and imams of the United States and Europe, are opposed to the mosque.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has called for the mosque to be shut down, while the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) says it is “highly doubtful” that a Muslim would be able to be a “true imam” in the United, and called for an investigation into whether the mosque violates the US Constitution.

“Muslim leaders, in many cases, do not agree with the tenets of Islam,” Azzam Tawfik, a CAIR-NY board member, said in a statement.

“These imams have a long history of preaching hatred, violence, and discrimination against all Muslims, and their efforts to promote Islamophobia have gone against everything Islam stands for.”

Azzab Tawfa, an imam at the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and a member of the New York Board of Trustees, says he’s not sure which mosque would become a mosque in New York, but he believes that the Muslim Community Center of Greater New York (MCGRE) in Queens would be a better fit.

He believes the MCGRE would have the best chance to become a new mosque in the community.

“If you’re going to build a mosque there, you need to have the right zoning and the right building, and MCGRE is a good place to build one,” he tells Newsweek.

“But I can’t say that they would be the best choice for me.”

Aquil Ahmed, the president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat (AMJ), the largest Islamic group

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