A group of conservative activists have been working to get a hotel on the property they’re building at the top of the property to become a “blessing” for a group of guests who want to pray at the hotel during the holy month of Ramadan.
The group of Christians and Muslims have been building the hotel for years to pray during the month of Ramadhan.
They are now building the first phase of the hotel as they are trying to move the project forward without being hindered by the government.
The Christians have been planning the new temple in anticipation of Ramadan, which is the most holy month in Islam.
The Muslims are also hoping that the new prayer venue will be a way to promote Islam and its teachings to a wider audience.
“We are hoping to have this as a blessing and as a spiritual beacon for our community,” said James Houlton, the group’s president.
The new building is about the size of a football field, and it will have the same number of rooms as the previous two structures on the land.
Houlton said the new building will be more open to the public, as opposed to the previous structures, which are mostly private property.
“This will allow us to open the property more widely,” he said.
“We think it’s a good opportunity to have people come here to pray.”
The group hopes to have the new property open to visitors by early March, when the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr is expected to begin.
The hotel, located near the town of Cushing, is the result of a partnership between Houltons wife and the nonprofit Friends of the Cushing Area.
The group’s first attempt to build a mosque on the site in 2005 was unsuccessful.
The religious group has been using the property for its mission, which aims to spread Christianity to a region that has been predominantly Christian.
“In the past, I would say, about 30 years, we would pray every day in the morning and then pray the night,” said Houlons wife, Linda.
“This year, we have had a little bit of a change.
We are really happy to be doing this.”
Houlons plan is to use the new facility to help promote Christianity and Islam in the area.
“I think it will help us as Christians in the Cushman area,” said Linda.
“You know, we really believe in Jesus Christ and we have been praying in his name since we were children,” said David.
The couple also hopes to help the community and their families during Ramadan by building a small mosque in the compound.
“If we have a mosque in Cushing and we go there and do our prayers, we hope to be able to have that mosque open for everybody,” said Sharon.