Greetings from South America!
As you can see, the soldiers of allah are spreading the poison of Islam in all parts of the globe:
King Fahd Islamic Center, Buenos Aires. This is the largest mosque in Latin America.
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IslamÂ in ArgentinaÂ is represented by one of Latin America’s largestÂ MuslimÂ minorities. Although accurate statistics on religion are not available (because the national census does not solicit religious data) the actual size ofÂ Argentina‘s Muslim community is estimated around 1% of the total population (400,000 to 500,000 members) according to theÂ International Religious Freedom ReportÂ 2010.. The Pew Research Centre estimates about 1,000,000 Muslims in Argentina.
The King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center, the largest mosque in South America, was completed in 1996 with the help of theÂ Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, on a piece of land measuring 20,000 mÂ². The total land area granted by the Argentine government measures 34,000 mÂ², and was offered by PresidentÂ Carlos MenemÂ following his visit toÂ Saudi ArabiaÂ in 1992. The project cost around US$30 million, and includes a mosque, library, two schools, a park, is located in the middle-class district ofÂ Palermo, Buenos Aires.
TheÂ Islamic Organization of Latin AmericaÂ (IOLA), headquartered in Argentina, is considered the most active organization inÂ Latin AmericaÂ in promoting Islamic affiliated endeavors. The IOLA holds events to promote the unification of Muslims living in Latin America, as well as the propagation of Islam.