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Ethnic Differences in Mosques - Solutions and Success Story

Ethnic Differences in Mosques - Solutions and Success Story

How can we eliminate problems arising due to ethnic differences in mosques? Can we help in establishing peace and harmony for Muslims to live together? Solution for Ethnic Differences in Mosques? In fact, there are resources to tackle this issue. Learn about one of them in this video. The speaker also recounts one successful …

Local Police Attend Masjid Iftar, Safety for Houses of Worship a Priority

On 5/30/19, Inspector Gerard Hardy and Deputy Inspector Bill Reed of the Suffolk County Police Department’s [SCPD] Seventh Precinct joined Muslims at the Islamic Center of Mastic-Shirley for one of the nightly iftars offered during Ramadan. The officers arrived at the time to break the day-long fast and delivered a talk after the Maghrib prayer. …

Beautiful Mosques in Non-Muslim Countries

Beautiful Mosques in Non-Muslim Countries

Are you living in a non-Muslim country? Do you recognize any of these beautiful mosques in non-Muslim countries? Check them out! How Are Modern Mosques Different Than Previous Times?

Itikaf: Are all Mosques Proper?

Itikaf: Are all Mosques Proper?

Wa `alaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: Itikaf is valid in any mosque in which the five prayers are held and which has a congregation. Dealing with the …

New York Muslims Offered More Security for Mosques in Ramadan

The New York governor has instructed police forces to increase presence around houses of worship as the holy month of Ramadan approaches, Spectrum News reported. “This year with everything that’s happening around the world, they’re worried that, when I’m praying, facing The Qibla, what’s happening at my back?” Trustee of the Islamic Center of Rochester …

Women-only mosques

Women-only Mosques - Why?

My first memories of mosques as a female convert in the UK are of waiting around for a reluctant male mosque member who could unlock the door to the dingy, cramped ‘women’s’ room. When I visited Pakistan, I had to plead to be shown the local mosque – it just wasn’t somewhere women went. I …

North American Khalil Center Leads Healing Process After New Zealand Attacks

North American Khalil Center Leads Healing Process After New Zealand Attacks

A psychological and spiritual community wellness center, Khalil Center is prepared to aid Muslims and their communities in processing the trauma of the New Zealand terrorist attacks. Across the globe, Muslims are feeling the impact and mourning the tragic killing of 49 Muslims in the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. Young Muslims will especially have emotions …

While the Dust is Settling in New Zealand

While the Dust is Settling in New Zealand

While the dust is settling in the aftermath of shootings at two mosques in New Zealand, some rather bigger and more consequential truths and dimensions start emerging. Undoubtedly, the killed brothers and sisters are global heroes. They are also…

UK Mosques Recognized for Community Work

Three institutions across London were the first in the UK this week to receive the coveted benchmark and were personally presented with a plaque of excellence LONDON – Proving that mosques are not only places of worship, three mosques in the UK have been recognized through the ‘Beacon Mosque’ initiative for their remarkable achievements and …



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