The small Muslim community in a sentence
1. The small Muslim community is primarily made up of North African immigrants.
2. The small Muslim community has a mosque in Douglas, which local worshippers regularly attend several times a day.
3. Although the small Muslim community initially lacked finances, they were assisted by contributions from a delegation of Panamanian Muslims.
4. The Battle of Uhud was fought on 19 March, 625 CE, between a force from the small Muslim community of Medina, in what is now north-western Arabia, and a force from Mecca.
5. The policies also resulted in the disappearance of the small Muslim community, until Islam was reintroduced by the Kuomintang with their retreat from mainland China to Taiwan after the end of Chinese Civil War in 1949.
6. There was social and economic boycott of the Muslims and the extreme elements within the organisation attempted to put pressure on the small Muslim community to undergo shuddhi (reconversion).
7. The government generally upholds the freedom of religion, but the small Muslim community in the country faces significant discrimination from both general society and the government.
8. Funding was raised through donations from the small Muslim community in Adelaide and also from Melbourne.
9. Word spread to the small Muslim community that Muhammad's wives were speaking sharply to him and conspiring against him.
10. Initially the small Muslim community was treated equally unlike other minorities, Jews in particular, that have faced hostility and suspicion.
11. Whereas the normal age distribution of prejudice is tilted towards older people, the opposite is true in Poland: A 2015 opinion poll showed 59 percent of 18 to 24 years associated Islam with dangers contrasted with 37 percent of those older than 65. According to a 2016 poll, Poles significantly overestimate the size of the small Muslim community, believing that there are 2.6 million Muslims in Poland and that the Muslim population is expected to increase to 5 million (13 percent of the population) by 2020.
- North African immigrants
- a small community
- roughly 100 Jews
- the Jews
- full-time education
- secondary level
- three systems
- Catalan, French and Spanish languages
- the main language
- All schools
- Andorran authorities
- the French and Spanish schools
- Andorran children
- Andorran schools
- French schools
- 28% Spanish schools
- the state public university
- the only university
- first-level degrees
- computer science
- business administration
- educational sciences
- higher professional education courses
- The only two graduate schools
- a PhD programme
- The geographical complexity
- the small number
- a full academic programme
- a centre
- virtual studies
- Spanish and French universities
- The Virtual Studies Centre
- (Centre d'Estudis Virtuals
- approximately 20 different academic degrees
- both undergraduate and postgraduate levels
- Catalan philology
- political sciences
- audiovisual communication
- telecommunications engineering
- East Asia studies