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  1. Islam is one of the religions that is professed by Billions of people around the world instilling good principles and attributes among the Muslim faithful
  2. The Twin Cities is one of the major urban areas in America and is home to many people that have come from different parts of the world
  3. The main reason why the center should be open for all is mainly to enhance transparency and ensure that people can identify with the center
  4. The Muslim Center will be built in Downtown Saint Paul and target the high number of people that are in the city especially Muslims
  5. Construction of the prayer room will also be important and it will be critical to ensure that the area matches the number of people in a given session and given that there are other mosques in the region it will be fairly small
  6. According to the writers the three most important aspects in a mosque is the image text and form of the mosque since a mosque should hold its aesthetic value that can be delivered from the different features that the mosques have
  7. The importance of the Mosque to have a particular form and image cannot be understated and therefore the writers have conceptually highlighted its importance perfectly through the information given

Islam is one of the religions that is professed by Billions of people around the world instilling good principles and attributes among the Muslim faithful. It is a great religion to profess since it instills discipline and follows the rule of law as commanded in the Quran. It is also important to highlight that Islam is a peaceful religion that encourages peace and harmony over the land and not war. However, people cannot be blamed for fear of the Islamic religion especially in America after the Islamic religion is falsely blamed for radicalizing people and raising terrorists all over the World.

[...] I. "Deconstructing the American Mosque." Space, Gender and Aesthetics (2002): n. pag. Web. Roof, W. C. Contemporary American religion. New York: Macmillan Reference USA Print. [...]

[...] The fear of the Islamic religion is drawn from the different generalization and identifying Islam as the source of the teachings that lead radicals to orchestrate inhuman acts all over the world (Kahera 69). The Islamic Center will aim to alleviate this and ensure that the people get a perspective and associate Islam as a religion that stands for the right things and proper morals and not on evil as the terrorist want people to believe in. Works Cited Barnard, I. "The American Mosque in Transition: Assimilation, Acculturation and Isolation." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2009): n. pag. Web . Kahera, A. [...]

[...] America is accommodating and therefore the number of Muslims in the region are many thereby a Muslim Center is necessary. This is to ensure that the children and also the Muslims have a place for prayer and there is proper development of the children in the proper Islamic teachings. This will ensure that the number of people that have access to the Mosque and the Islamic teachings has increased significantly in the State. A Muslim Center is a place of worship and development and therefore the Center will be accessible to all people that are willing to learn and develop as well as for prayers. [...]

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