Questions 11-13 are based on the following passages:
Opened in 1985, Darwin Mosques is a symbol of cooperation between the many disparate communities of Darwin. The mosque was built in Indonesian style but its interior tribute to Aboriginal culture. It is not surprising to find yourself amongst a very diverse racial, cultural and linguistic group at Darwin mosque. This diversity exists because Muslims in Darwin originate from all walks of life, and are all united by one common similarity — Islam.
Alice Spring Mosque
The first mosque built in Alice Springs dates back more than 135 years, when it was built by the Afghan camel drivers. It was later converted into a museum. A new mosque was subsequently built in Alice Springs, eight years ago due to the increase in Muslim population in the region. It is opened daily and offers Islamic classes on weekends. A truly multi-ethnic group of Muslims visit the mosque on a daily basis with locals originating from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Middle East amongst others. (A Muslim Traveller’s Guide Australia)
13. Passages A and B mostly discuss about…
(A) Muslims communities in the world.
(B) The oldest mosques in western countries.
(C) The history of some mosques.
(D) The difficult time of mosques building processes.
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