The central mosque in Toronto, Masjid Toronto, held its first Ramadan Interfaith Iftar on Wednesday, May 15th as leaders of neighborhood churches and synagogues, as well as other religious leaders, joined the congregation to break the fast. “Ramadan Mubarak everyone! It’s a pleasure to have with us tonight, our neighbors and our friends,” said Imam …
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TORONTO – The downtown Toronto mosque, Masjid [email protected], held an opening ceremony for its recently expanded facilities on Wednesday, September 26th, as political, civic, and faith leaders joined mosque members to celebrate the accomplishment. “We have been working hard for the past two years to expand Masjid Toronto @ Adelaide in order to meet the …
A mosque and a church in downtown Toronto have formed a partnership to serve a free hot lunch to the city’s needy.
This weekend,Masjid Toronto is Organizing a Family Day , hosting Hassam Munir, editor in chief at ihistory.co. to talk aboutthe history of Muslims in Canada. The announcement on the masjid’s website reads: It’s time for families to meet, learn, and socialize at Masjid Toronto. All families and individuals are welcome to enjoy this good …
The Church of the Holy Trinity hosted a lunch on Sunday for leaders and members of Masjid Toronto.
Toronto’s Ecumenical Good Friday Walk included Masjid Toronto as a station in a show of support for the Muslim community following the recent increase of Islamophobic incidents in Canada.
Unfortunately hate crimes and bigotry are both on the rise. However, the Muslim community fights back by opening the doors to their mosque to explain to the general public what is Islam and the history of Islam. It is a great way to reach out!
Masjid Toronto opened its doors today to the public so that Torontonians could learn about Muslims and the religion of Islam.
Muslims attending Friday prayer services at Toronto’s busiest mosque were greeted today by protestors carrying banners and with loudspeakers, shouting Islamophobic slogans and calling for a ban of Islam.
The Jewish community was joined by other faith communities in the Greater Toronto Area to form “rings of peace” around seven Toronto area mosques during the weekly Friday prayers in response to Sunday night’s mass shooting at a Quebec City mosque that took the lives of 6 Muslims and wounded many others.