Spanish Word for mosque  

English Word: mosque

Spanish Word: mezquita
The Spanish Word for mosque
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The women can't enter this mosque.
Las mujeres no pueden entrar en esta mezquita.

I received my religious teaching in that very same mosque system.
Recibí mi formación religiosa en ese mismo sistema de mezquitas.
He was kind enough to do so and the mullahs decided to see me in the mosque.
Fue muy amable por su parte hacerlo, y los mulás decidieron encontrarse conmigo en la mezquita.
It was a huge mosque, bigger than this hall, though not as beautiful.
Era una mezquita enorme, mayor que esta Cámara, aunque no tan bonita.
When the UN inspected the damage, only the school and the mosque were still standing.
Cuando Naciones Unidas inspeccionó los daños, sólo quedaban en pie la escuela y la mezquita.
In other words, if there is a mosque on that street, then no other religious building is allowed.
En otras palabras, si hay una mezquita en una calle, no puede haber ningún otro edificio religioso.
It also has the largest mosque tomb in China and is a treasure, there is no doubt about that.
También tiene la mayor mezquita-panteón de China y es un tesoro; no cabe duda de ello.
All our attention over the last week has been focused on the fighting around the Red Mosque in Islamabad.
La semana pasada toda nuestra atención estuvo concentrada en los combates en torno a la Mezquita Roja de Islamabad.
Of course, we cannot have a policeman standing in front of every church, mosque or synagogue.
Como es obvio, no podemos tener un policía en la puerta de cada iglesia, mezquita o sinagoga.
Yesterday the Al-Hasar mosque, the Moslem Vatican, called for a holy war against the United States.
Ayer la mezquita de Al Hasar, el Vaticano musulmán, llamó a la guerra santa contra los Estados Unidos.
Let us consider how, in Spain, home to over a million Muslims, calls are even now being made to allow Cordoba Cathedral to be used as a mosque again.
Parémonos a pensar que en España, que acoge a más de un millón de musulmanes, se está reclamando que se permita volver a utilizar la catedral de Córdoba como mezquita.
Over the last couple of months the students and clerics of the Red Mosque have in effect tried to take the law into their own hands.
Durante los últimos dos meses o así, los estudiantes y los clérigos de la Mezquita Roja habían tratado efectivamente de tomarse la justicia por su mano.
We now witness the bloody storming of the Red Mosque, where armed Islamists were holed up with women and children.
Ahora somos testigos del sangriento asalto de la Mezquita Roja, donde se habían refugiado islamistas armados con mujeres y niños.
It is also alleged that Abdul Aziz, the cleric leading the Red Mosque militants, had family links to the ISI.
También se supone que Abdul Asís, el clérigo que dirige de los militantes de la Mezquita Roja, tenía vínculos familiares con la agencia ISI.
(DE) Since the storming of the Red Mosque has now been carried out, should we not use the past tense, at least in the second part?
(DE) Dado que el asalto a la Mezquita Roja ya se ha producido, ¿no deberíamos usar el tiempo pasado, al menos en la segunda parte?
We remember the meetings in Assisi and John Paul II's visits both to a mosque and a synagogue in the name of respect and love to fellow men.
Recordamos las reuniones de Asís y las visitas de Juan Pablo II a una mezquita y a una sinagoga en nombre del respeto y el amor hacia los demás.
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