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Asociación Unión Islámica de Rosario
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1764 Avenida Mendoza, Rosario, Santa Fe Province 2000
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Mezquita Al Imam
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Rivadavia 1100, Cañuelas, Buenos Aires 1814
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Mezquita At-Tauhid
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San Nicolás 674, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Organizacion Islamica Argentina
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Somos, gracias a Dios, musulmanes, seguidores del Corn, del Profeta Muhammad y su Purificada Familia. Casi todos nosotros argentinos, hijos de inmigrantes del Lbano hace unos cien aos atrs, algunos ms, otros menos. Otros de nosotros son de otras nacionalidades o bien argentinos conversos al Islam. El Islam es una religin universal y como tal no admite lmites de razas, regiones, pases o clases sociales, todos estn invitados a adorar a Dios como dice nuestro recuadro de la pgina donde se explica qu es el Islam.
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King Fahd Islamic Cultural Centre
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With its broad expanses, well-tended lawn, minarets, and palm trees, the Centro Cultural Islamico is the largest mosque in Latin America. The project began under the influence of former President Carlos Menem, who though Catholic at the time of his presidency, is of Syrian Muslim descent. Construction began in 1998, and the building was opened in 2000. The center is open to the general public for free tours twice a week in Spanish and sometimes in English, Tuesday and Thursday at noon. The Centro offers classes of Koran and Arabic language and it has a library open to the public daily from 10am to 5pm (the Centro is closed to the public on Muslim holidays). Estimates of the Islamic and Arabic community in Argentina run at about 750,000. Many Argentines call anyone of Arabic or Muslim descent Turcos, or Turks, regardless of their country of origin, based on the fact that the majority came here from places such as Syria, Armenia, and Lebanon, areas once controlled by the Ottoman Empire, the capital of which is now in modern-day Turkey.
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Centro Islamico de la Republica Argentina
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Av San Juan 3053, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Mezquita Al-Ahmad
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La mezquita Al Ahmad, que depende del Centro Isl�mico de la Rep�blica Argentina, fue inaugurada en 1983. Es la primera fundada en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, luego de un anhelado esfuerzo de la comunidad isl�mica. En la fachada del templo, de arquitectura t�picamente isl�mica, se destaca una torre o minarete, desde donde el almu�dano o muec�n llama a los musulmanes a la oraci�n cinco veces al d�a.
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Sociedad Arabe Musulmana De Córdoba
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The Sociedad Arabe Musulmana De Cordoba was founded in 1928 with the objective of being the headquarters for worship by Muslims in the province of Cordoba. We are recognized as a non-Catholic religious entity in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship of Argentina. The center was born through the vision of a group of families originating mostly from Syria and Lebanon, who met in Córdoba.
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World Assembly of Muslim Youth
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One of the worlds largest Muslim youth organisations.

Gral. Deheza 680, Córdoba, Córdoba
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