What Do You Get When You Cross Latinos and Islam?

January 9, 2011 § 5 Comments

Latinos are the fastest growing ethnic group in America.

Islam is the fastest growing religion in the US. What do you get when you combine Latinos and Islam? New York City in particular has a strong Latino and Hispanic influence. Said differently, they’re everywhere! I recently came across an interview with photographer, Eirini Vourloumis. James Estrin of the New York Times visual arts journal called, LENS discussed Latinos, Culture and Islam with the renowned photojournalist.

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§ 5 Responses to What Do You Get When You Cross Latinos and Islam?

  • Jazak’ALLAH khair Nice Article .. thanks for sharing .. ALLAH will give your reward for this effort ..

  • Mohammad says:

    Salam Alikim Thanks for amazing article, Also if you allow me to share a nice website its include a lot of new articles a bout Islam http://www.islammercy.com


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  • When I first moved out to California I experienced the Latinos as very family oriented, large family gatherings in the parks. Very low key, mild mannered, hard workers and while I heard often there are a lot of Latino Muslims, I never met one until this past year and I was so happy to come across her path.
    As a revert to Islam myself, few Americas respected me as much as the Latinos who were very respectful towards me in hijab.

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