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In all but one of the 36 countries where the question was asked, no more than one-in-five Muslims express worries about Christian extremism, compared with 28 countries where at least that many say they are concerned about Islamic extremist groups. Islam spread across to West Africa (by African traders such as the Fulani people ) from as early as the 8 th century by African traders and was firmly established by the 11 th century. The ancient rock paintings of the San people are another archaeological, artistic wonder.

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Thus, they transmitted the old to the new via their African heritage and culture. As a direct result of this struggle by African Americans to tell their story through architecture, America has been greatly enriched by African influence in American architecture—the hidden heritage Where The Wild Lilies Grow: A Historical African Romance. More than 300 languages besides English have native speakers in the United States—some of which are spoken by the indigenous peoples (about 150 living languages) and others imported by immigrants Pursue: Peace. Know where to go so that you avoid getting lost or having to read a map in public: that will minimize the risk of inadvertently signalling to strangers that you are a tourist Marooned in the Creeks: The Niger Delta Memoirs. Jones' work on this topic helped to distinguish sub Saharan music from other African music, and from Western music although there are specific examples in the annals of classical music that defy this notion (see Beethoven's 3rd Symphony). Historians have documented the tragic mass destruction of many of the treasured cultural practices of African peoples during the 19th century, pieces of music as well as instruments sadly bearing inclusion into this travesty FRED SMITH'S FEDEX PLANTATION (1).

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