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
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