February 18, 2019
Religious Centres

Religious Centres (36)

A Canadian non for profit organization promoting Islam and correcting misconceptions. Information about activities and publications. The office was established in Canada in 1985.

Masjid Al Taqwa holds legal title in one (or more) properties for the purposes of holding a mosque and conducting Islamic religious services and prayer sessions; It teaches and propagates the religion of Islam and the Holy Quran to all those who seek guidance irrespective of sect, caste, religion, colour, sex or ethnic origin.

Masjid Al-Farooq is named after the second Khalifah of Islam, Umar Al-Farooq. It was established in 1987 as the first Masjid in the city of Mississauga. The mosque is situated on an acre of land in the heart of a residential area in the centre of Mississauga densely populated with Muslims.

Al Ansar Islamic Center of Toronto, widely known as Masjid Al Ansar, was established by a group of Afghani brothers in 1991. Within a few weeks of being established, a good number of non-Afghani brothers, mostly Arabs from the neighbourhood, started coming to the Masjid. 

Established in early 1974, Madinah Masjid in a span of three decades has become one of the leading Islamic Centers in North America. A source of guidance and knowledge, it is a center catering to the needs of Muslims in the Greater Toronto Area, helping the Muslims fulfill their Islamic obligations and spiritual needs as well as to promote Islam within and outside of the community through an exemplary applied model in accordance with the original teaching of Quran and Sunnah.

The Islamic Society of Peel, Jame Makki Masjid is one of the pioneer Masjids in the Greater Toronto Area. In the 1970's Brampton was only a town with a handful of Muslims. For the Friday prayer these Muslims would drive all the way to Jame Masjid in Toronto. 

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