Cuba Allows Churches to Be Built, But Rejects Mosques
Cuban government for the first time after 55 years the revolution has allowed to be built a church, but not a mosque.
For the first time, since the Cuban revolution (1959), a new church was allowed to be built by the Cuban government. But, more recently, a plan for construction of a mosque was rejected.
The catholic church, with donations from the member of Catholic, will be built in Sandino, near the western province of Pinar del Rio Tampa in Florida. The church publication, “Christian Life” says the church, includes 200 seats, will become a new step for the connections between Cuba and the Catholics.
Regarding such a decision after so many years, it’s thought that “the relations between the heart of the Catholic world and the Cuban comunist regime are getting closer.”
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