Mezquita


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Mez`qui´ta


n.1.A mosque.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Por otro lado, una vez es conocido en una comunidad que cierta mezquita es de un caracter mas radical se produce un cierto "efecto de llamada", pasando a constituirse en un entorno social frecuentado tanto por reclutadores islamistas radicales como por personas en crisis y, por lo tanto, potencialmente permeables las ultimas a las estrategias de captacion de los primeros (Ballsells, 2010; Sanmartin, 2010).
It is also famous for being home to the Mezquita, the grandest and most beautiful mosque ever constructed in the Moorish world.
These items (2, 8, 9 and 16) were the same as those removed from the short versions of the DMQ-R (Kuntsche & Kuntsche, 2009; Mezquita et al., 2018).
Mario Mezquita said: "Please tell the drivers not to follow established bus routes, but take the most direct route.
From Mijas there are guided visits to the timeless old UNESCO city of Cordoba, with its Mezquita church, and to Picasso's home city of Malaga.