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Made in AMERICA

An MIT scholar's study of the architecture of American mosquesreveals a Muslim community in search of itself.

By Theresa Everline
August 15, 2004

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WHEN THE ISLAMIC CENTER of Ocean County is completed, the small southern New Jersey township of Toms River will have its second Islamic house of worship. Ziaulhaq Zia, the chairman of the center's board of trustees, describes what the building will look like. "We will have a minaret," he says. "We will have a dome." (Full Article: 1824 Words)

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