With the rise of the right-wing party in Germany, the mosques open their doors to the public so that people can understand more about Islam at the open mosque day.
Tag: Open Mosque Day
Aiming at fostering a better understanding of religion, mosques around Canada will open their doors to non-Muslim visitors next Sunday to offer people a better understanding of Islam and the chance to ask questions about the faith.
People living in Billingham will have a chance to get a better understanding of Islam next July 13, when the Muslim leaders in the city open the doors of their mosque to answer questions on Islam, terrorism, women’s rights and Qur’an.
Fifteen mosques across Victoria have welcomed hundreds of locals through their doors to celebrate the very first Victorian Mosque Open Day, offering many families a chance to visit a mosque for the first time.
A group of Muslim girl scouts in Orange County at Anaheim, California, are organizing their 2nd annual event later this month to help counter negative perceptions of Islam.
Offering Massachusetts people a chance to get more information about Islam, ask questions, and witness Muslim prayers, the Islamic Society of North Shore joined 17 other mosques across the state in opening their doors to the public on Sunday, April 2.
With almost two thirds of Americans saying they never met a Muslim, an American Muslim group is seeking to change this by hosting mosque open houses to show Americans the true nature of their faith.
A leading American Islamic group and a Missouri Islamic center joined their hands to prepare a mosque open day for Trump supporters and Republicans in General, an event aimed at building bridges of understanding in a polarized country.
In a bid to examine true Islam and Muslims, members of local church in Raleigh, North Carolina, joined hundreds of local in a visit to the local Islamic association, witnessing Muslim prayer and getting answers for their questions surrounding the faith.
Amid rising political tension, stirred by President Trump’s revised ban on people from six Muslim countries, Georgia mosques opened their doors to their neighbors, answering questions and correcting misconceptions about Islam.