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Islam in Colombia

The Mosque in San Andres, Colombia, as seen from the Sunrise Hotel

The statistics for Islam in Colombia estimate a total Colombia, including Islamic centers in San Andrés, Bogotá, Guajira, Nariño, and Santa Marta. Ahmadiyya Community also has a presence in the country.[2] There are also primary and secondary Islamic schools in Bogotá and Maicao. Maicao plays host to the continent's third largest mosque, the Mosque of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab.

Most Arab immigrants to Colombia came from Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine during the late 19th to early 20th century.[3]

See also

  • KUSUMO, Fitra Ismu, "ISLAM EN AMÉRICA LATINA Tomo II: Migración Árabe a América Latina y el caso de México (Spanish Edition)" [5]
  • KUSUMO, Fitra Ismu, "ISLAM EN AMÉRICA LATINA Tomo III: El Islam hoy desde América Latina (Spanish Edition)"[6]

References

  1. ^ Muslimpopulation.pdf pewforum.org
  2. ^ "Islamismo pretende llegar a varios países". November 30, 2014. Retrieved July 14, 2014. 
  3. ^ Klich, Ignacio, Jeff Lesser (1992). Arab and Jewish immigrants in Latin America. Routledge. p. 58.  


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