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The Aga Khan; The Singing Monks of Norcia
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The spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims wants to end poverty and encourage peace.
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Is the Cuban government becoming more open to religious life in Cuba?
Women lead prayers, preach sermons, and worship together at this all-female mosque.
An Islamic school is offering a broader education while avoiding politics and extremism.
Non-Muslims are invited to join iftar dinners and learn about Islam at a Virginia mosque.
Imam Johari Abdul-Malik describes the rituals that mark the end of Ramadan and fasting.
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