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AL-NUR MOSQUE, BERLIN

Al-Nur Mosque in Neukolln, Berlin was founded in 2001 by a Saudi and two Lebanese citizens. The purchase of the property was to 75% funded by the Saudi charity Al Haramain. Continue reading

U.S GROUND ZERO MOSQUE ROW

USA plunged recently into an emotional-constitutional row over a permit, given by the authorities in New York, to build an Islamic cultural center, which includes also a swimming pool and an internal Mosque. Continue reading

LAL-MOSQUE  CRISiS 

The (red) Lal Mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital, is a very large compound. The compound contains the Mosque, two madrassas (Islamic schools), dormitories and offices. About 5,000 persons are working, praying and learning in the Lal Mosque. Continue reading

FINSBURY PARK MOSQUE

Finsbury Park Mosque is located in Northern London, UK. It was built in 1990 but changed radically at the early 2000 when Abu Hamza al-Masri was appointed the Imam of the Mosque. He was considered a veteran of the war in Afghanistan. Abu Hamza al-Masri preached a very radical interpretation of Islam and gathered around him a group of local young frustrated Muslims. Continue reading