Monday, November 25
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According to several Angolan newspapers, Angola has become the first country in the world to ban Islam and Muslims, taking first measures by destroying mosques in the country.
“The process of legalization of Islam has not been approved by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, their mosques would be closed until further notice,” Rosa Cruz e Silva, the Angolan Minister of Culture, was quoted by Agence Ecofin on Friday, November 22.
Silva's comments were given during her visit last Tuesday to the 6th Commission of the National Assembly.
She asserted that the decision was the latest is a series of efforts to ban ‘illegal’ religious sects.
According to the minister, the action was necessary to fight relentlessly against the emergence of congregations whose worshipping is contradicting with the customs of the Angolan culture.
Same as Islam, other faiths which were not legalized will face closure of their houses of worship.
According to CIA Factbook, 47% of Angolans practice indigenous beliefs, 38% Roman Catholic and 15% Protestant.
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Fashion designer, stylist Toyin Lawani rocked this fab white and black Chanel dress, Chanel purse with matching shoes to the ELOY awards that held yesterday.
She also grabbed the 'Best Stylist Of The Year' award.
Big congrats to her.
Check out the red carpet photos. Whose outfit is your most fab?
Scene-stealer Lady Gaga wasn't to be outdone - she arrived the AMA red carpet riding an artificial white horse operated by two people.
While Miley Cyrus went the opposite way of her risque reputation. Instead of donning the nude-colored outfit and foam finger that got her in hot water at the MTV Video Music Awards, Cyrus wore a leotard dotted with kittens and sang her hit "Wrecking Ball" while a sweet orange kitten lip-synced in the background.
More pictures after the cut