A recording of pictures and sounds of the NYC muslim community.
The Muslim community in New York is home to almost one million people.
The main mosque is the one on 96th Street in Manhattan.
In Queens, in an area known as “Little Egypt”, coexist different muslim backgrounds, from North Africa to Indonesia.
According to the ex-imam of the Grand Mosque, Omar Abu Namous, after September 11
there was a convergence of the masses towards the Islamic culture,
due to the need to understand the facts.