Home Inn (Beijing Beiwei Road)
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... sincere expression on their faces. I walked around inside the
Mosque, well not in the prayer room as non-Muslims are not allowed to set foot
inside. I met a few Imams, one of them showed me even the room where he was
living...maybe because I said Salam Aleikum :--) Too bad I can’t speak Chinese
nor Arabic as it would have been interesting to find out more about the history
of this specific Mosque and the arabic influence in Beijing or China in ...
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