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Flushing, Queens Sojourn: “On Trump” at the Muslim Center of New York

Down the beaten path to a mosque that pioneered the establishment of modern Islam in Queens.

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"If you kill one innocent soul, you kill all mankind," says Moroccan-born Imam Abdel Ghani.

"If you kill one innocent soul, you kill all mankind," says Moroccan-born Imam Abdel Ghani.

This summer, Journey has been beating a path on Bowne Street, a Flushing, Queens' God's Row on which Jews, Sikhs, Christians, and Hindus have multiple religious sites. A few blocks off this beaten path lies the Muslim Center of New York, which was conceived in 1975 to pioneer services to the new immigrant wave into Queens. We did this journey with a group from a New York Times program to acquaint people with New York City.

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