Mosque named after second caliphate of Islam, Hazrath Umar Ibn-al-Khattab opened in Paraguay

Asuncion: President of Paraguayan, Horacio Manuel Cartes inaugurated the largest mosque in Ciudad del Este of Paraguay yesterday.

The inaugural function was attended by a large number of officials and diplomats of the country.

This largest mosque was constructed at a cost of one million dollars. It was named after the second Orthodox Caliph of Islam Hazrath Umar Ibn-al-Khattab. He was considered as a righteous caliph who established the “Rule of Law” and Justice in Islamic countries during his reign spreading over a decade.