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Nice shot. L
Nice comment. Thanks!
Thank you for the kind comments and visit! Greetings from Rio
Watching this picture is so interesting for me. A mosque with such intersting name in your city . As you know Ali Ibn Abi Taleb was Prophet Muhammad's son in law.
Thanks for sharing!
Greeting from Iran, Hamed
Hi Hamed, thanks for the contribution! In fact, this city is not where I live, but in the south region. There is about 25 mosques in Brazil.
Greetings to Iran
ótima foto Amigo parabens pela galeia..jeffersonsdssaudacoes de Curitiba.Pr
Jefferson, obrigado pelo elogio e pela visita! Saudações a Curitiba
starman79 I thought you are Catholic and Protestants in Brazil. Or something has been changed?? - Sorry, but I am long time from the school. Greetings from Bohemia Petr
Hi Petr, most brazilians are Catholic (73%). There are Protestants (15%), but various other religions like Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and others...
Greetings from Rio to Bohemia
25? I would be pleased to see at least one new Christian church in Saudi Arabia (there is none) or in Iran (there are a few ancient churches erected in multicultural Persia but on the other hand almost all Christians had to leave country after islamic revolution). Greetings to Brazil, Petr
Brazil is a multicultural place for all people living together.
Thats great and excellent, I am so much looking forward to experiencing that all countries in world are multicultural. Petr
Hi dear MAN
Hi dear Petre
We have church in Iran. You can see here, here, here, and here
Absolutly, any of them has not been construcred recently but we have some.
Don't compare Iran with countries like Saudi Arabia!
Hi dear Hamed, I respect all countries, Iran, Saudi Arabia too. Thanks for sharing information! Respectly greetings
Hi Hamed Thank you very much for your reply. I spent in Iran two weeks working there a year ago and sincerely I must say that it was my best trip I have ever done. I am afraid that so friendly and hospitable people I will never meet again! Yes I know Persians dont like Arabs, sorry for that. Warm greetings to Persia! Petr
And thanks for the links of the churches!
I am glad you like Iran and had a good time in my country.
In fact Iranians have not any problem with Arabs. We had been good neighbors for each other for a long time. Maybe some Iranians don't like Arabs and some Arabs don't like Iranians but it is not a certain regulation!
Most of Iranians like other nations like Arabs, Germans, Turks and etc.
My aim in that comment was comparison of two governments, not two nations! However Iranian government's policy is not good in religious freedom but I think it is better than Saudi Arabia's! It's just my opinion.
I wish the best for all world!
Thanks for your reaction, Hamed
Hi Hamed I know, I lived in Isfahan together in an apartment with many Persians and foreigner workers . It was great and friendly time - much more better than somewhere lost alone in the hotel. The friendship between Arabs and Persians I am going to check with my Iranian friends, because I got there other information and I like clear on the matter :-) Many greetings from the Czech Republic Petr
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