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São Paulo, November 4th, 2013. Starting on Monday, November 4th, 2013, Muslim communities around the world begin the ceremonies of Ashura, which shows their love and fidelity to Islam recalling the tragedy of Karbala, the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS), his family and companions in the struggle for justice. The Brazilian Islamic community also follows this tradition in major cities with Islamic presence in the country. Muslims from São Paulo, Curitiba, Foz do Iguaçu and Ponta Porã will gather in their mosques to show their appreciation for the Islamic cause and a great sorrow for the suffering of Imam Hussein (AS), the grandson of Prophet Mohammed (SAW), and his followers. Ashura ceremonies take place for ten consecutive nights, until the day of Ashura (14th November, Thursday), where the ceremonies will be in the morning. All supporters of faith, justice and love for Islam are invited to attend the celebrations. São Paulo Location: Centro Islâmico no Brasil (Islamic Center in Brazil) Religious Leader : His Eminence Sheikh Taleb Hussein al-Khazraji Address: Rua Vigário João Álvares, 211 - Vila Monumento Time: 20:30 Language: Arabic Location: Mesquita Mohammed Mensageiro de Deus (Mosque of Brás) Religious Leader : His Eminence Seyyed Bilal Wahbi Address: R. Elisa Whitaker, 17 - Brás Time: 19:30 Language: Arabic Location : Centro Cultural Imam Ali Religious Leader: His Eminence Sheikh Hossein Khalillo Address: R. São Lázaro, 293 - Luz Time: 20:00 Language: Portuguese Curitiba Location : Mesquita Imam Ali ibn Abi Taleb (AS) (Mosque of Curitiba) Religious Leader: His Eminence Sheikh M. Sadeq Ibrahim / Majles Aza Fadi Haidar Address : Rua Dr. Kellers, 383 - Bairro São Francisco Time: 20:30 Language : Arabic Foz do Iguaçu Location : Hosseinya Imam Khomeini (K.S.) Religious Leader : His Eminence Seyyed Hussein Hijazi Address : Av José Maria de Brito , 929 – Jardim Central Time: 20:30 Location: Hosseinya Imam Khomeini (K.S.) Religious Leader : His Eminence Sheikh Mohammad Khalil Address : Av. José Maria de Brito, 929 – Jardim Central Time: 10:00 Language: Portuguese Ponta Pora Location: Mosque of Ponta Porã Religious Leader : His Eminence Sheikh Hassan Borji / Majles Aza Hussein Farhat Rua João da Silva Brandão, 383 - Bairro Vila Isabel Time : 20:00 Language: Arabic
Salam Brothers and sisters, I am looking for some good translations of the Holy Quran in portuguese language, can someone recommend a good translation of the Holy Quran in portuguese or spanish language.. Thanks a lot in advance
The brave president of Argentina walked out of the summit over Falkland Islands... Some Muslim leaders should learn from her how to defend their countries and stand for their rights! Most likely there will be no more Americans summit in years to come. Latin American nations say there may not be another summit unless the US overcomes its objections to Cuba [AFP] Argentina storms out of Americas summit President Cristina Kirchner and Bolivia's Evo Morales walk out with summit already marred by US scandal and Cuba issue. Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner has stormed out of the Summit of the Americas in protest against a perceived lack of regional support for her country's claims in the dispute with the UK over the Falkland Islands. The summit in Colombia had already been marred by a lack of consensus among attendees, with Latin America countries opposing the decades-old US isolation of communist Cuba. Several countries put pressure on Barack Obama to end the ban, as the US president continued to be plagued by a US secret service scandal involving prostitutes. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman, reporting from Cartagena, said the summit was at risk of "falling apart" after Kirchner's exit. "I suppose the collapse shouldn't be too surprising. There was complete disagreement about signing a final statement but the nail in the coffin came when Cristina Kirchner stormed out of the summit followed by Bolivia's Evo Morales. "[Kirchner] was furious, we are told, because of the lack of full, complete support for Argentina's claim of control of the Falkand Islands," Newman said. "We understand she was very, very angry that [leaders] didn't even mention the dispute over the islands with the UK." "She was overheard saying, 'This is pointless. Why did I even come here?'" Aljazeera
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