The squares on Friday’s are transformed in prayer spaces for Muslims

Barrio de San Roc, Badalona, ​​Friday day of prayer for Muslims. The Pakistani community prepares the local sports hall to make it their place of worship while the patriarchs of the Gypsy clans that have already settled in the neighborhood for decades monitored to prevent incidents.
Muslims living in the neighborhood have a small chapel where there is no room for the more than 600 worshipers, so they have to perform Friday’s prayer in the square.
In Spain, home to more than one million Muslims has nine mosques and more than a thousand small places that serve as small praying spaces. Municipalities often do not know what license to grant to the building of new mosques.
This problem is concentrated in Catalonia and Levant where most Muslim immigrants have settled in recent years.