Did you know? There is a mosque in North Korea:
As ABNA reported, there is just one mosque in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, built by the Iranian embassy, located near the embassy building.
The mosque, named Al-Rahman, drew inspiration from Shiite architecture.
The Iranian embassy allows other Muslims to take part in such religious activities as congressional prayers, Friday prayers and other religious ceremonies.
Every Friday prayers, most Muslims would pray at Ar-Rahman Mosque regardless of their differences in sect.
An Indonesian citizen has shared the mosque’s photos on Instagram.
It is said that there is no freedom of religion in North Korea and the Communist government doesn’t allow unauthorized religious groups to perform their religious activities.
But collaborating with rogue nations like Pakistan and Iran makes all the difference, obviously…
In other news:
Islam is not a race and the illegal Yemenites in Korea are fake refugees who must be deported at once. But wherever you go, the fake news industry uses the same smears against everyone who opposes Islamisation.
Hundreds of Yemenis fleeing the war and humanitarian crisis back home have made their way to an unlikely destination in northeast Asia. The popular tourist destination of Jeju Island sits off the southern coast of South Korea. It’s more than 5,000 miles from the Arabian peninsula, but a combination of factors have led these war refugees to seek safety there. Se-woong Koo has been following the story from the South Korean capital, Seoul. He is the publisher of Korea Exposé, an online magazine that has reported on the situation in Jeju. The World talked with Se-woong about the refugees from Yemen and how they’re being viewed by South Koreans and their government.