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How many Muslims in NYC?

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Immigration of Muslims to the United States has picked up pace. Part of series Mosque City NY

Mosque building is pretty recent but Muslims have been here since the beginning of the city

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Retrospective on Mosque City NY, Part 1

5 Unforgettable features from one year ago

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Evangelical poet at De Blasio’s inauguration, Tim Keller, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Mipsters, Williamsburg & Greenpoint!

Mipsters

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They think of themselves as Muslim hipsters and call themselves Mipsterz.

OpEd by Imam Khalid Latif: The importance of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. for Muslims

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Executive Director of the Islamic Center at New York University & Chaplain, New York Police Department

NYC Muslims — No Time for the Quran

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Holy book suffers in the hurried city life. Education issues

Love not the Wasters! A Queens Muslim view of the envirnoment.

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Afghan Islamic Center/Masjid Hazrati Abu Bakr in Flushing, Queens

Being Muslim in New York by Jennifer Schwarz

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Ten years after the trauma of Sept 11, New York never stops changing. It already has 180 mosques and about 600 000 Muslims.

9/11 traced new spiritual lines by Cathy Lynn Gossman, USA Today

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Thousands were killed in a cruel, distorted vision of Islam, a religion that teaches peace. And for millions of Americans, the immediate response was to drop to their knees in prayer. Sanctuaries filled for memorial services. Cardinal Edward Egan of New York remembers crowds overflowing St. Patrick’s Cathedral. A decade later, the soulful response seems fleeting. Statistically, […]

Mixing Muslim tradition with the American Dream in Jamaica, Queens

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What does the American Dream mean to the immigrant Muslims, who are arriving to New York City in ever greater numbers? On Memorial Day, Tayabali reflected on this question in a small hall on Springfield Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens. He and 200 other Shia Muslims were meeting to remember Syedna Qutubuddin Shaheed, who died a martyr in 1648 AD.

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