Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)
Islamic Circle of North America is a leading grass roots organization which seeks to obtain the pleasure of Allah (SWT) through working for the establishment of Islam in all spheres of life. ICNA has many projects, programs, and activities which are designed to help in the process of molding the individual and reforming society at large.
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Helping Hand for Relief and Development
HHRD was founded in 2005 upon the Islamic principle illustrated in the Gracious Quran:"They feed with food--despite their own desire for it-- the indigent, and the orphan and the captive (saying): ‘We feed you purely for the sake of God. We desire no reward from you, nor thankfulness." - Surah al-Insan 8-9 Vision StatementHelping Hand for Relief And Development (HHRD) as a Leader� Empowering lives, creating opportunities and strengthening the bond of humanity.Mission StatementHHRD is committed to serve humanity by integrating resources for people in need. We strive to provide immediate response in disasters, and effective Programs in places of suffering, for the pleasure of Allah.Who we areHHRD is a global humanitarian relief and development organization responding to human sufferings in emergency and disaster situations around the world. In addition to our emergency relief efforts in natural or man-made disasters, we also work on long term relief and development programs. Who we serveHHRD was established to fulfill our responsibility towards humanity regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, class, location, religion, color, cultural diversity and social background, with a special focus in countries where the majority of the population lives below the poverty line. Where we serveHHRD works globally with special focus in countries where the majority of the population is living below the poverty line. Our partners range from small community support groups to national alliances and international relief organizations. HHRD DonorsHHRD programs and projects are mainly funded by individual donors like you. HHRD institutional donors include Department for International Development (DFID), World Food Programme (WFP), World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), UNESCO, Asia Foundation, Qatar Charity, and more. Our Matching Gift Partners include major corporations like Microsoft, Cisco, PepsiCo, Dell, etc. For the complete list Please click hereCore ValuesMutual Respect: Recognize the innate worth of all people and the value of diversity Equity and Justice: Work to ensure equal opportunity to everyone, irrespective of race, gender, color, class, ethnicity, disability and location Care for All: Provide care for vulnerable groups; orphans, widows and elderly people Honesty and Transparency: Being accountable at all levels for the effectiveness of our actions and open in our judgments and communications with others. Self Respect: To help the poor without humiliating. Solidarity with the Poor: Powerless and excluded will be the only bias in our commitment to the fight against poverty.
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Young Muslims (YM) is a pioneering national youth organization that has been on the youth scene since the early 90’s. We have established a well organized network of local youth groups that we call NeighborNets (which means network of neighbors) across the United States and Canada. Each NeighborNet is a dynamic youth group which attempts to build a solid understanding of the principles of Islam amongst its members by helping them put these principles into practice. By providing the youth with an Islamic atmosphere where they can form bonds of brotherhood with their peers, they become comfortable with Islam and its teachings. We stress the importance of knowing, understanding, and fulfilling our individual and collective obligations as Muslims.Young Muslims constantly strives to embody the Quranic verse: Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining what is right, and forbidding what is wrong: They are the ones to attain felicity. (3:104)
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ICNA Relief USA seeks to alleviate human suffering by providing caring and compassionate service to victims of adversities and survivors of disasters. ICNA Relief USA strives to build healthy communities, strengthen families and create opportunities for those in despair while maintaining dignity and advocating for basic human needs.
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Ustadh Wisam Sharieff is the founder of Advocating Qur’anic Literacy (AQL), an institute focused on educating communities on how to read, memorize, and understand the Qur’an. He has taught over 15,000 students worldwide through traveling seminars, long-term study, and online instruction. He graduated from the Qur’an Academy in Lahore, Pakistan with a bachelor’s degree in Arabic grammar and a minor in Arabic literature. His studies include studying personally with Dr. Israr Ahmed (R) for one year, studying a summer in Makkah, and earning his ‘ijaazah in Egypt in the Hafs ’an ‘Aasim’s recitation. Ustadh Wisam is also a certified radiology technician.
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Ta'leef Collective provides the space, content, and companionship necessary for a healthy understanding, embrace and realization of Islam
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SeekersHub Global, formerly SeekersGuidance, is dedicated to providing free Islamic Knowledge, without Barriers. Our vision is to inspire transformation through authentic understanding and living of the Islamic tradition.
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Zakat Foundation of America
Zakat Foundation of America (ZF) is an international charity organization that helps generous and caring people reach out to those in need. Our goal is to address immediate needs and ensure the self-reliance of the poorest people around the world with Zakat and Sadaqa dollars of privileged Muslims and the support of other generous donors.
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Abdul Nasir Jangda
Abdul Nasir Jangda is the founder and director of Qalam Institute.
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American Muslim Community Centers
AMCC mission is to serve Allah (swt) through service to humanity by providing religious education and social services in the best Islamic manner as commanded in the Quran and demonstrated in the Sunnah. AMCC believes that, service to humankind is an important part of devotion to Allah (swt) and that all Muslims are enjoined to be good citizens and neighbors.
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The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is an association of Muslim organizations and individuals that provides a common platform for presenting Islam, supporting Muslim communities, developing educational
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Zaytuna College is a private, Muslim, four-year liberal arts college founded by Hamza Yusuf, Zaid Shakir and Hatem Bazian.
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BIS West Side Masjid
BIS strives to meet the needs of all Muslims in the greater Birmingham area. In response to the need for a dedicated place of worship in the west side community, BIS established the West Side Masjid in February 2010. The West Side Masjid is located in Fairfield just off of I-20/I-59. The masjid is open daily for five times prayers as well as Jummah prayer on Fridays
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Islamic Cultural Center
This student-dominated masjid, cultural center and school was established just north of the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe in 1984. Built on land once occupied by deserted and dilapidated houses, the distinctive architecture and ornamentation of the masjid is modeled after the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Before the community was able to raise the donations necessary to build the center, Tempe Muslims would gather in local homes or travel to Phoenix masjids for Friday prayers. The masjid includes a minaret and golden dome, attached to an eight-sided structure embellished with tilework depicting verses from the Qur'an executed in calligraphy. Racks to store shoes and facilities for ablutions are downstairs, while the main prayer hall is up a flight of stairs. Across a courtyard from the masjid is the Islamic School, consisting of sixteen classrooms and offices.
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Islamic Center of Little Rock
The Islamic Center of Little Rock is a complete Islamic Center with a masjid, school and Community Center. All 5 prayers are offered and halaqas and events take place regularly. Events for youth and young muslims are conducted often. The Community center serves as a gymnasium and sports arena for the community. We have ample parking.
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Islamic Center of Irvine
The Islamic Center of Irvine (ICOI) provides a multi-purpose facility and comprehensive programs for the spiritual, moral, and intellectual development of its patrons, serves as a source of reference on Islam by providing scholarly opinions and housing a well-stocked and fully organized library, and promotes a positive image of Muslims and Islam through active participation in social issues and by visible contribution to the well-being of the larger community. The ICOI participates in inter-faith dialog and with the aim of promoting understanding, respect and appreciation of our plural society and in jointly addressing issues of social justice and environmental welfare while providing join moral leadership on issues that affect our community as a whole. All programs and services are open to the entire community irrespective of religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or social status. Note, however, that all lectures are conducted in English.
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Islamic Society of West Valley
Our objective is to instill closeness to Allah in our community through providing an open and welcoming masjid that fosters spiritual development, promotes a comprehensive Islamic identity, strengthens communal bonds, represents Muslims with respect and dignity, and impacts the positive growth of our society.
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Institute of Knowledge Mosque
A unique integrated primary through secondary school and Institute for Higher Islamic Learning. The Institute aims to foster youthful Muslim minds through an integrated education in the traditional Islamic and contemporary academic sciences.
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Islamic Center of Claremont
Also offers an annual hajj program at http://www.icchajj.com
3 Upcoming | 57 Past
Muslim American Society Educational Center
A religious educational center & musala.
1 Upcoming | 41 Past
Mile High Islamic Center
Run by the Bosnian Educational and Cultural Center of Colorado.
1 Upcoming | 7 Past
George Washington University Musallah
This musallah is run by the GWMSA and is located in Marvin Center 406. Jumuah is held two blocks away at 2401 Virginia Avenue (Miriam's Kitchen).
1 Upcoming | 94 Past
Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen
Jamaat Al-Mumineen became registered by the state of Florida on November 6, 1995. Shortly after the Masjid became official in the state of Florida, Imam Rustam from Brooklyn, NY joined our congregation. Imam Rustam's lead in daily prayer helped the growth of attendance in the Masjid in its early stages.
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Islamic Center of Northeast Florida
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MSA at UCF
The mission of the Muslim Student Association at the University of Central Florida is to serve as a platform for all Muslim students, faculty, and staff on campus and to spread awareness of Islam, aimed towards diversity on campus..
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Masjid Al Salaam
5 daily prayers, Juma'a at 1:30. Lectures weekdays & weekend. Sunday school. Separate prayer room for men and women.
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Roswell Community Masjid
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Madina Institute USA
Madina Institute is the local chapter of Madina Inst. Worldwide. It is a non-profit non-political institution providing academic and spiritual development.
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Muslim Association Of Hawaii
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Islamic Foundation was founded in 1974 and recognized as a tax-exempt organization by the United States in 1975. In 1983, a former public school building set in a 7.1-acre lot was purchased for $585,000. The house adjacent to this land was also purchased at the same time for use as a residence for the Imam. Extensive remodeling of the building was done in 1984 at a cost of $131,000, in order to equip the building for the community’s religious, social, and cultural needs. A Muslim cemetery with a space for 1125 gravesites was established in 1984. In 1988, a full-time school from kindergarten to 8th grade was established; soon afterwards, pre-school for children ages 3 to 5 years was added. The parking facilities at the Foundation were expanded with installation of floodlights in 1993. In 1995, to accommodate our growing community, we began constructing a new Mosque. In 1997, we began a high school with 9th grade, added 10th grade in 1998, and later added 11th & 12th grade.
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Guiding Light Islamic Center
Five Times prayers, Friday Khutbah, Full time Islamic, Weekend Arabic & Qur'an School, ESL for English Learners, Full time Licensed Day Care. We are dedicated to the advancement of the individual, family, and the community at large through faith, education, and service.
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Diyanet Center of America
The Diyanet Centre of America’s vision is to create a highly esteemed organization that leads in advocating for the religious, moral and spiritual values of the Muslim society in America, and to make a contribution to peace and tranquility for all mankind, and to be a prestigious mediator on Islamic issues.
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UMCP MSA Musallah
The musallah of the University of Maryland Muslim Students Association, features a full library and ample prayer space for both brothers and sisters. Regular prayers are held during the regular semester. There are two Jummah prayers offered See the website for updated info and exact directions.
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Muslim Community Center
The Muslim Community Center (MCC) in Silver Spring, Maryland serves thousands of families in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC areas. The Muslim Community Center was conceived in September, 1976 and opened in May, 1981, and has since grown to become a nationally recognized Islamic center. The MCC has become prominent by offering services and programs for the benefit of the community at large. The Center is a volunteer-managed, non-profit, church-exempt organization established under the laws of the State of Maryland. While the area Muslim population utilizes most of its services, the MCC organization is dedicated to serving all human beings, irrespective of faith, color, origin, and creed. The MCC organization is community-supported and does not accept string-attached funding from special interest groups, foreign governments, or political parties.
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Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
The ISBCC is the largest Islamic center in New England, and the second largest on the East Coast. The 70,000 square foot building stands tall on Malcolm X Boulevard in the heart of Boston, a Muslim handprint on the city skyline. The cornerstone of the New England Muslim community. The ISBCC is not just a mosque, but is also planned to house a school (by 2013), a library, an interfaith center, an exhibition space and a morgue. Every Muslim neighborhood in the greater Boston area has had a hand in its construction, and its leadership reflects the full diversity of our community. The two-decade effort to build the ISBCC has brought together Muslims, the Roxbury community, the city of Boston and the leaders of other faith groups. Mayor Thomas Menino, State Senator Dianne Wilkerson and City Councilor Chuck Turner have all publicly announced their support for the ISBCC. More than 250 leaders of different faiths also attended an Interfaith Solidarity Event to support the establishment of the ISBCC. The ISBCC has been regularly featured in local, regional and national media.
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MCPHS University Musallah
Friday prayers are held during fall and spring semesters.
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Islamic Organization of North America
Also known as Masjid Uthman bin Affan. A non-profit, independent organization which was established in the year of 2010. The prime goal of the Masjid Uthman bin Affan is to foster and create an Islamic environment for the Muslim community in the city of Warren by providing religious,and educational activities for its members and the members of the public at large.
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Muslim Unity Center
The Muslim Unity Center was established under the leadership of Victor (Ghalib) Begg in 1993 and the group's founding board quickly purchased a former school on Square Lake Road in Bloomfield Hills. The now renovated Center includes a spacious and light-filled prayer hall (with a mezzanine for women), a gymnasium, a large banquet facility, an industrial kitchen, new offices, and 8 classrooms.
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Islamic Society of Woodbury - East Metro
ISW - East Metro serves the East Metro Muslim community by offering high-quality services to engage, educate and mobilize the community. The center provides Islamic Yresources and education to sustain the community and to promote and encourage community participation, service, activism and inter-faith harmony.
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Islamic Society of Central Jersey
Islamic Society of Central Jersey (ISCJ), a non-profit corporation incorporated in the State of New Jersey is a non-profit, religious, charitable and educational organization. Islamic Society of Central Jersey is committed to providing Islamic services to the Muslims in the Central Jersey and neighboring areas. ISCJ is a non-political, religious organization. It encourages its members to be good citizens and participate actively in local, state and national affairs and elections. As a service to its community ISCJ invites elected officials and community leaders to keep our community informed of current events and issues and their positions on those.
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National Islamic Association (NIA)
The National Islamic Association was established in 1985 to serve a growing Muslim community. Over the years, it has spawned a very dynamic and diverse community of Muslims from all walks of life. Being an inner city community, one of our primary aims is to safeguard our youth from the many pitfalls that plague the youth of the inner cities across the country. Our key strategy of achieving success is: a structured educational program, establishing positive alternatives and providing a wholesome environment for our youths. We seriously cater to the needs of our members and beyond with an array of effective educational, developmental, social and recreational activities and programs. We participate and are spearheading many community outreach programs to serve our neighbors and the wider society; and are involved with the City wide community Programs
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(NOTE: This masjid is still under construction) Masjid Al-Wali has aquired property in Edison with the generous donations of many muslim community members to establish the first masjid in Edison.
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North Hudson Islamic Center
The North Hudson Islamic Center was established on August 28, 1992 to represent and serve the interests of the Muslim community in the area, to educate Muslims and Non-Muslims about Islam and to promote friendly relations and understanding between them.
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Quba School & Islamic Center
Quba School & Islamic Center is the oldest Masjid located in the heart of Camden, NJ. Frankly speaking, it is a pretty bad neighborhood and having an active Masjid in this city is a blessing. Masjid Quba is making a huge difference in the area. Majority of the Muslism attending the Masjid are converts with not so perfect track record in their life; but Alhamdolillah once people turn to Islam, their life changes. Bad neighborhoods come with their own economic problems, and Masjid Quba is no different. Masjid Quba has been in and out of financial problems because there are not enough economically healthy Muslims in the area who can donate enough money to run the mosque. If you are financially able, please do send a check to Masjid Quba. Money will be used to its best to keep this important institution running.
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Gracious Center of Learning & Enrichment Activities
The Gracious Center of Learning and Enrichment Activities (GCLEA) officially began operations in 2010 with the intention of providing the Muslim Community of Southern New Jersey with a variety of services and programs which would see to their spiritual, educational, and social needs. Since its opening the GCLEA has been welcomed to the area with open arms and has seen exponential growth due to the nature of its services and programs. The GCLEA has become an integral part of the Southern New Jersey Community and hopes to continue to serve the area.
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Muslim Education & Converts Center
Founded in 2006, MECCA is one of the first organizations committed to educating and supporting new converts to Islam, while building bridges between Muslims and non-Muslims in American society. We are working for the many people coming to Islam who otherwise would have no one to turn to for sound knowledge and much needed support during undoubtedly difficult times.
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Islamic Society of Greater Charlotte
Also known as Masjid al-Mustafa. Established in the early 1970's, The Islamic Society of Greater Charlotte (ISGC) serves the growing Muslim Community living in and around Charlotte, NC. As the oldest Islamic Organization in the Charlotte area, ISGC is an affiliate of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and a member of the North America Islamic Trust (NAIT).
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Chapel Hill Juma'ah
Located at the University of North Carolina, non-denominational Juma'ah prayers take place every Friday in Chapel Hill, Muslims from all backgrounds are welcome. We invite respected members from diverse backgrounds of the Chapel Hill and Triangle Muslim community to give khutbas. Juma'ah prayers are only held while classes are in session at UNC!
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Ihsan Community Center
Mosque in a converted Youth Center. Ihsan is a non-profit tax-exempt organization (501-c-3) that is based in Milford, OH. Ihsan is motivated by the values of Awareness, Compassion and Excellence. It aims at making a positive impact on the lives of people and communities throughout the nation and the World. Its current projects include: Qur'an school, Feed the Hungry project serving close to 150 individuals, Ihsan mosque (first mosque in Clermont county), Scouts camp that served closed to 200 children since its inception, YouTube channel (youtube.com/ihsanonline) among other projects.
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Toledo Masjid of Al-Islam
We're a mosque in the heart of downtown Toledo that has been serving both the Muslim and non-Muslim communities in Toledo for over 30 years. First Mosque in the State of Ohio. From a reader: 'As a boy I rember this Mosque being constructed in the mid 1950's. So wonderful to see it alive and well these 60 years later.'
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Toledo Muslim Community Center
The Toledo Muslim Community Center (TMCC) is an Islamic Center founded on the deep, balanced and moderate understanding of Islam. TMCC aims to teach Islamic principles, serve the community, contribute to the betterment of society, and promote the universal values of Islam within the framework of the pluralistic American society.
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Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City
The Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City (ISGOC) is the main masjid in the OKC area, beautiful masjid was opened in 1997. The community is a mix of middle eastern, south Asian and African muslims. ISGOC is compromised of Masjid An-Nasr, Mercy School, Mercy Muslim Cemetery. They have recently expanded the masjid, and currently constructing the new Mercy School Project which is located in the North Oklahoma City & Edmond area.
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Islamic Community Center of Lancaster
Established in 2013, the Islamic Community Center of Lancaster (ICCL) also known as Islamic Center of Lancaster (ICL) is a registered nonprofit, religious-exempt organization established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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Located on the second floor. Dedicated to community building, preserving Islamic values through higher education for all ages. This location serves only as a Jummah location only. Jummah Prayer is offered from 1:15-1:45 year round.
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Muslim Community of Knoxville
The Muslim Community of Knoxville promotes the unity of God through service, education, and inspiration.
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Islamic Da'wah Center
Formerly a bank building built in 1928, the Islamic Dawah Center in downtown Houston was established and funded by basketball star Hakeem Olajuwon. Open weekdays only. Prayers: Dhuhr and Asr Mon-Fri; Jum'a on Friday.
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Islamic Outreach Center
ICNA Houston's Project, located at Wilks & Mueschke Road. A Masjid & Community Center serving Cypress, Fairfield, Tomball and the Greater Houston areas. In the long run, IOC will provide several services, including a place of worship & prostration to God (Masjid), Islamic Learning Foundation, Muslims Celebrations Center, Youth Center, Muslim & Interfaith Community Center, Social & Humanitarian Services, Family Counseling, Outreach Programs for the Society At-Large, New Muslims Support Center, and much more.
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Masjid Isa Ibn Maryam
Affiliated with ICNA Houston.
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Pearland Islamic Center
Pearland Islamic Center is a full fledged masjid/mosque offering 5 daily prayers, Friday khutbas/sermons, halaqah's for young men, and also for sisters. Sunday school teaches Qura'n, Hadith and Arabic. In addition there are other Arabic and Quran courses. Sunday afternoons also feature IslamInSpanish, a program catering to largest group of people entering Islam lately. There are programs to aid new Muslims and this center hosted the first ever New Muslims BBQ last December to help new Muslim cope with holiday void that was filled by other activities before. Insha Allah, another BBQ will be held this summer. There are family activities every month including Family Potluck and Movie night. Speakers are brought from different places based on subject and expertise. This is a fast growing community. Phase 1 of construction is done, soon Phase 2 will start. All help appreciated.
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North Austin Muslim Community Center
Also known as Masjid Aisha. The North Austin Muslim Community Center (NAMCC) was founded in 1992, and the current property of three buildings located on five acres of land was purchased during 1996. NAMCC is a registered non-profit organization and the property has been registered with NAIT (North American Islamic Trust) as belonging to the Islamic community of Austin.
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Islamic Center of Greater Austin
Also known as Um-Moameneen-Sayeda-Khadija Mosque.
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A satellite masjid of the Islamic Center of Greater Austin.
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Islamic Community of Bryan/College Station
Most of the Muslims in this area are students and live in College Station near Texas A&M University. There are also some Muslims who work at the University as faculty or staff, and a few who work or own businesses in the area and its surroundings. These Muslims established the Muslim Students Association (MSA) of Texas A&M University which was affiliated with the national MSA. In February 1988, the MSA chapter was evolved into the Islamic Community of Bryan/College Station (ICBCS), and it became affiliated with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). Run by a 9-member elected committee.
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Valley Ranch Islamic Center
The VRIC is family friendly Islamic Center, it's located in the heart of DFW metroplex with access to major highways and DFW airport. The Islamic Center of Irving was established and registered as a non-profit 501C organization in 1991 in the state of Texas, USA. The center had a humble beginning, and has moved from various locations to the current facility. Currently about 800 worshippers attend the weekly Jummah prayer.
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Islamic Center of Frisco
Currently using a trailer behind the new Masjid being constructed. Located in one of the fastest growing cities/areas in US. Fast growing Muslim population.
1 Upcoming | 57 Past
MAS Youth Center of Dallas
MASDFW's center for fun, spirituality and activism at 1515 Blake Dr. Richardson, TX. Our 40,000 sq. ft. facility features a large indoor gym, fitness room, prayer area, child care rooms, lecture & banquet hall, meeting rooms, hangout rooms for both genders, and an outdoor pool and playground.
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McLean Islamic Center
NOTE: This location is for a mosque that has not been built yet - Friday prayers are held at the Hotel Sheraton Premier at Tysons Corner, 8661 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182. The McLean Islamic Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located in McLean, Virginia (Tax ID# 31518). Since 2009, the McLean Islamic Center has been serving the local community.
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The mission of MakeSpace is to serve as an inclusive, relevant and transparently-managed hub for the Washington Metropolitan area Muslim community, with a strong focus on youth and young professionals. We aim to help our members grow spiritually, intellectually and professionally. We further aim to help the community develop an American Muslim identity rooted in the values of balance and compassion through educational programs, civic engagement initiatives, community service projects and recreational activities. Physical location is in the Dunya Banquet Hall in Alexandria while we secure a permanent facility.
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Dar Al-Noor Islamic Community Center
The Muslim Association of Virginia (MAV) has recently opened Dar Al-Noor in Prince William County, VA. Sunday school is held at Garfield High School. Dar Al-Noor activities include: all daily prayers, Friday prayers, Eid Services, Taraweh Prayers, Sunday Fajr Halakah, Friday Maghrib Halakah, Sisters Halakah (Saturday), Community Welfare, Interfaith, Arabic Classes (Wednesday), Weekly Youth Group Activities, Counseling Services, Educational Programs, and much more. The community is growing rapidly and is quite active.
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Muslim Association of Puget Sound
Also known as Masjid Ar-Rahmah. Muslim Association of Puget Sound, MAPS, is an Islamic organization founded in 2006 with the intent of serving the Muslims of Puget Sound. Its mission is to provide Islamic educational, social and cultural services to the Muslim community in the region and to promote the teachings of Islam to the inquiring non-Muslim. MAPS strives to build links between Muslim families, businesses and organizations, provides year-round activities and religious services and is committed to helping the needy.
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Islamic Center of Burbank
Also known as Assalam Educational Center. Features all five prayers, with a daily Halaqa, family night every Saturday with a Guest Speaker. lectures, dinner, and activities for everyone Time: Between Maghreb & Ishaa. ASSALAM School for memorizing the Holy Qur'an with Sheikh Muhammad Fouda, an Al-Azhar graduate, on a daily basis. Lessons for all the sisters with Sister Samia Abdel. Every Saturday between 2-3 Pm starting June 1st, 2012. Taraweeh and many special programs for all ages during the month of Ramadan.
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Islamic Center of Southern California
Since 1953, the ICSC has been a forward-thinking, active mosque that serves the greater Los Angeles area. The membership of this community helped give birth to the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the Minaret magazine, the Islamic Information Service (home of the 'Islam' syndicated TV program), Muslim Women's League and the award-winning New Horizon School system. This is a multicultural community that tends to be more liberal/progressive on theological and political issues. Very active and independent youth group, as well as services for the local community.
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Here at SALAM we are just like you! Our community is made up of Muslims from all over the world, which makes SALAM the most diverse Islamic center in Sacramento. Since Islam is a universal faith, all of our programs are held in English so the message is universal for everyone to understand. SALAM strongly advocates for women to attend all the events. We believe in the highest Islamic qualities of modesty, decency and moral integrity but do not enforce segregation of the sexes. We are excited that you took the time to view our web site to learn about us, and please stop in so we can learn about you.
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Islamic Center of North Fulton
The Islamic Center of North Fulton (ICNF) is a neighborhood based non-profit organization. Located on 5 acres of land in the city of Alpharetta, Georgia, the Center had its humble beginning in 1998 by acquiring 2 adjacent residential properties. Thus far, apart from thousands of hours of voluntary work, about $1,150,000 has been invested in the development of this Center. This includes the cost of acquisition of the properties, construction of an underground rain water drain system, a 104 car parking lot, and building/landscaping modifications to meet the city/county public place requirements. All the funds were raised through the generous donations of the local Muslim community. The Islamic Center of North Fulton (ICNF) is a neighborhood based non-profit organization. Located on 5 acres of land in the city of Alpharetta, Georgia, the Center had its humble beginning in 1998 by acquiring 2 adjacent residential properties. Thus far, apart from thousands of hours of voluntary work, about $1,150,000 has been invested in the development of this Center. This includes the cost of acquisition of the properties, construction of an underground rain water drain system, a 104 car parking lot, and building/landscaping modifications to meet the city/county public place requirements. All the funds were raised through the generous donations of the local Muslim community.
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Adult learning academy with space for prayer. The Masjid DarusSalam and Academy project aspires to continue the legacy of providing a sanctuary for connecting with Allah (SWT) as well as a fountainhead where the seekers of traditional knowledge may quench their thirst in the company of scholars. We hope to make this institution the beating heart of the thriving community that surrounds it.
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Muslim Educational and Cultural Center of America (MECCA)
The M.E.C.C.A., believing in a comprehensive and inclusive understanding of Islam based on the noble principles outlined in the Quran and exemplified in the Sunnah, seeks to develop, guide, and serve the community, through programs designed to strengthen moral, and civic responsibility.
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Nur-Allah Islamic Center
The Nur-Allah Islamic Center is an Islamic community in association with the leadership of the late-Imam W. Deen Mohammed. We proclaim in word and deed the universal message of Al-Islam that there is but One G_d* (Allah) and one human family. We are committed to establishing a balanced community life in its broadest sense, witnessing the eternal wisdom of the Words of G_d as revealed in the Holy Qur’an and the life-model exemplified by Prophet Muhammad, prayers and peace be on him. We will cultivate the patterned growth of human excellence and good character through building valuable relationships with all G_d conscious people of all races, religions, and universal creeds.
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Islamic Society of Northeastern University
Spiritual space located on the second floor of Ell Hall at Northeastern University, room 308. The Islamic Society Of Northeastern University is a close-knit and friendly community serving the Northeastern University Muslims in their practice of Islam and promoting understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims on campus.
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Islamic Center of Detroit
2 Friday prayers, 1st in English, 12:15. The 2nd in Arabic at 1:15.
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Run by the Muslim American Society (MAS) of Minnesota.
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St. Louis Islamic Center
Also known as Džemat Nur.
1 Upcoming | 34 Past
El Zahra Islamic Center
El-Zahra Education Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit religious educational organization in New Jersey serving the Muslim Community for over 20 years.
2 Upcoming | 13 Past
Islamic Center of Mason
Islamic Center of Mason has been set up to seek Pleasure of Allah (SWT) and serve as a forum for providing Islamic Education , conduct Islamic Activities and cohesively unite the muslim community of Mason, Ohio.
2 Upcoming | 37 Past
Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association
Juma Prayer 1:00pm. Mulberry Mosque provides a variety of services aimed at helping the Muslims of Cincinnati to fulfill their religious obligations and to enhance the understanding of Islam among the non-Muslims.
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Islamic Society of Greenville
The Islamic Society of Greenville (ISG) has been serving the South Carolina Upstate region for over 20 years. The Muslim community in Greenville began to form in the early 1970s when many Muslim families moved to the Greenville area. A local Muslim group was formed in 1988 and met in a rented room of a run-down house, and later in a rented hall of a local hotel, for juma'a prayers. On December 10, 1989, local Muslims opened Greenville's first mosque, the Islamic Center and Mosque. The building, which serves as a religious center for over 700 Muslims in the Greenville area, was previously a Protestant church, and it was purchased in 1989 for $125,000. A key factor in the decision to purchase the building was its location; the building faces northeast, towards Mecca. However, major renovations were necessary to convert the 50-year-old church building.
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Masjid WD Mohammed
Founded in the 1950’s in the barber shop of Charlie Boyd, the community of the Houston Masjid of Al-Islam is Houston’s oldest and most historic Muslim Community. The Houston Masjid of Al-Islam began as Temple #45 in of the Nation of Islam under the leadership of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. The Houston Masjid of Al-Islam transitioned to the universal message of Al-Islam with the passing of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad following the eminent Muslim American Scholar and pioneer of Islam in the United States the late Honorable Imam W. Deen Mohammed. The Houston Masjid of Al-Islam moved from location to location from the mid 1950’s until 1978. In 1978 the Houston Masjid of Al-Islam purchased a former Christian Scientist Church with funds donated by heavy weight champion Muhammad Ali and converted it into a masjid. The converted masjid located @ 6641 Bellfort remained the home of the Houston Masjid of Al-Islam until the building was destroyed by hurricane Ike in September of 2008. The Houston Masjid of Al-Islam has plans to begin construction of a new 5700 square feet mosque that will serve as landmark for the historical legacy of Al-Islam in Houston.
1 Upcoming | 45 Past
Islamic Association of Collin County
Located in heart of Plano, serves a large Muslim community in Collin County area. The Masjid offers a Sunday school, summer school, after school programs, various halaqas (Quran recitation, Arabic, tafseer, women's halaqa, youth). IACC also runs the IACC Academy School and Daycare in a separate facility in Plano.
2 Upcoming | 30 Past
Manitoba Islamic Center
Of two mosques in Manitoba, the one in Winnipeg, is called the Manitoba Islamic Centre, and was built in 1975. It is managed by Manitoba Islamic Association. The Manitoba Islamic Centre is affiliated with major Islamic organizations in North America, including the Council on American-Islamic Relations Canada.
2 Upcoming | 36 Past
Musallah Al Abbas is a project of the Muslim Welfare Centre, a charitable organization.
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Noon Academy Masjid
Noon Academy was established to fill in the missing link in Islamic Education. We fill the link by using our individual and customized curriculum to fill both the students and parents personal, spiritual and developmental goals. Our philosophy is to guide the children and youth through learning to allow them to enjoy the process and ripe the greatest benefit. We have many great and very well established programs for toddlers and preschool all the way up to adults. Noon offers fun filled, play based, and self guided Islamic and Secular education to families in the GTA.
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Affiliated with the Islamic Society of North America, this mosque is part of their Canadian headquarters.
3 Upcoming | 66 Past
Islamic Institute of Toronto
The Institute was established in 1996 to strengthen access to Islamic education, promote scholarly research, facilitate community outreach and interaction with other religious organizations and community groups, consolidate the social fabric of the community, and sustain Islamic work by encouraging and building endowments. IIT's mission is to nurture and establish Islam as a living reality in the lives of Muslims and to enhance the Islamic identity in the society at large. IIT's mission calls for a commitment based on a sincere desire to see positive change in the world around us. The IIT will work with various organizations and groups, Muslim or not to promote tolerance, mutual understanding, social justice, civic responsibility and god-consciousness through the platform of education. IIT's curriculum includes Islamic faith and jurisprudence, fiqh, Qur'anic studies, Islamic history, and Arabic language.
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London Muslim Mosque
Established in 1964, the London Muslim Mosque serves the growing and multi-cultural Muslim community in London, Ontario Canada. The Mosque and it's administrators have come a long way from the days when five or less would attend Juma prayers, doors were locked during weekdays and the offical day of gathering was Sunday. Today London Muslim Mosque is a busy place, with five daily prayers, Juma prayers exceeding the capacity of the building and a wide variety of activities that server the Muslim and non-Muslim community alike.
1 Upcoming | 56 Past
Markaz Islaho Tarbiat Ichinowari Masjid
Can be reached on the Tobu Isesaki-Line, Ichinowari-St.
1 Upcoming | 6 Past
Jamia Masjid Ghosia
1 Upcoming | 4 Past
Islamisches Zentrum Wien
The main Masjid in Vienna.
1 Upcoming | 39 Past
Wakf Odense Det Islamiske Trossamfund
1 Upcoming | 4 Past
Also known as Masjid Tawheed. Helsinki Muslim Association is an Islamic Association of Sunni Muslims in Helsinki, Finland. The main language among its members is Finnish.
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Founded in 1992.
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The DMK-Berlin eV is a registered religious community of Muslims from around the world. The community developed already in the 90 years on the basis of similar German-speaking groups in the entire country. Since then, Muslims meet from far far more than 25 countries to common prayers, trips, lectures and many other activities. It has made the DMK Berlin mission, to do its part, the knowledge and understanding to support around Islam. The contemporary and deliberate implementation of the amazing teaching of Islam is particularly in the forefront of all our efforts.
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Islamische Informations und Serviceleistungen
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Moskee An Nur
1 Upcoming | 32 Past
Islamic Cultural Centre
In the beginning, the ICC began in a small room in Bjolsen street at Sagene, where regular meetings on Sundays with sermons and lectures in Quran and Sunnah also took place. The group of a few grew relatively quickly to a group of 30-40 men, which led to the ICC had to acquire new premises in the basement of the People's House. Only in 1974 did the ICC finally fixed premises in Karl Johans gate. The Afghan Imam Sabghatullah Mujaddadi led the first Friday prayers in the new mosque premises in Oslo, many believe that this is the first official Friday prayer in Norwegian history. ICC also has the distinction of having the first Taraweeh in Norway.
2 Upcoming | 29 Past
Muslim Senter Furuset
The mosque offers guided tours for schools and local organizations, many previous visits schools and organizations have found these visits very informative and helpful. We are constantly working to build, maintain and strengthen our relationship with the entire community by having an open door to any individual, school or organization wishing to visit us.
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The Islamic community Volketswil Zurich was founded on July 6, 2012. The IGVZ financed by membership fees and donations and is not for profit. The Board consists of 7 members of Swiss and foreign origin. The official language in the center is German.
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Luton Central Mosque
Also known as the Jamia Masjid Gihousia Mosque.
2 Upcoming | 10 Past
Islamic Cultural Centre of Finchley
Islamic Association of North London (IANL) was registered as a charity in 1977, although its activities, particularly those around faith, began long before its formal registration and the development of its current centre near Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley. Barnet is a vibrant community with a Muslim population of 20,000 which is around 6% of the all the religious groups in Barnet (Christians and Jews are 150,000 and 47,000 respectively). These three faith groups represent circa 70% of all the religious groups in the London Borough of Barnet. The remaining 30% comprises other religions. The vast majority of the Muslims are from over 65 different countries from Asia (including the Middle-East), Africa, Europe and South America. This makes the congregation in Finchley Mosque very diverse and unique compared to other Islamic and other faith institutions within the UK.
2 Upcoming | 11 Past
Muslim Community & Education Centre (MCEC)
The MCEC (Muslim Community & Education Centre) is commited to providing the community in North London with facilities and resources that promote the way of Islam for this and future generations. Along with a Mosque for prayers, the site based in Palmers Green will also attend to issues of health, recreation and education which all have a strong place in Islam. That is why, with the will of Allah, we have an extensive schedule of educational activities including saturday and evening schools, a Parents & Toddlers group, adult classes on weekends, and various courses during the week.
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Noor ul-Islam Trust
Noor Ul Islam Trust is a registered Charity, based in East London, UK and was formed in 1990. We run a community centre, mosque, full time primary school (named AMS-UK School of the year 2010) , pre-school, youth club, Aalimah class (female scholars), health projects and community cohesion projects, to name a few. We support our local madrassas and the separate swimming sessions for men and women. The Trust works actively to overcome barriers in the community and aims to bring unity and the improvement of not just the local area and the whole country. We support those in need locally and internationally and have raised funds for groups such as NSPCC, Children with Leukaemia and our local hospital, Whipps Cross University Hospital. Noor Ul Islam is also a founding member of the local Faith Communities Forum. We believe the local Muslim community has a role to play in improving the quality of life for all residents and we promotes this through our projects and events. We know that this can only be done by working with others through respect and co-operation.
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The CMA (Cheadle Muslim Association) Community Centre and Masjid (Centre) has been the focal point of sustained activity for a whole community of Muslims and non-Muslims since its opening in January 2004. The centre complex currently consists of two buildings: one building is the mosque/ recreational area and other is a four bedroom detached house. As the Muslim community in Cheadle and surrounding areas has increased in the recent years, it has added to the demand for adequate facilities and services in the area. CMA is currently exploring the feasibility of expansion and improvement of its current resources and services in collaboration with the local council and the entire community.
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The Golden Masjid is often referred to as Umm-ul-Masajid (Mother of Masjids), this is because it was the first Masjid in Rochdale, established in mid-1960?s. The capacity of the Masjid is 500 people. The Masjid is currently being extended and is in need of money to make sure the momentum of the work resumes swiftfully.
1 Upcoming | 63 Past
Located in Northern Meeting Park. Highland Muslim education and community centre. For the latest prayer times, olease see the website for the caretakers telephone number.
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RHUL Prayer Room
The Prayer Room is accessible with a code, which can be obtained by requesting it on this page, the RHUL Muslims Facebook group, or the 'contact us' section of the website, or through the University's Chaplains. All prayers are done in congregation in the Prayer Room as well. For a downloadable Iqama schedule, please see the website, or take a leaflet from the Prayer Room. There are facilities for ablutions in the Prayer Room and adequate space for both sisters and brothers. The nearest toilets are in Windsor building and Founders.
5 Upcoming | 14 Past
Islamic Relief is an independent humanitarian and development organisation with a presence in over 40 countries around the globe. We have been fighting poverty and injustice for 30 years, in a world in which over three billion people still live in poverty.
19 Upcoming | 1064 Past