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Islamic Center of Irving In Dallas

List Of Mosques In Dallas-Islamic Center of Irving In Dallas HISTORY: The Islamic Center of Irving was established and registered as a non-profit 501C organization in 1991 in the state of Texas, USA. The center had a humble beginning, and has moved from various locations to the current facility on Esters road. The number of attendees has AlhamduLillah grown exponentially. The center started with only three (3) brothers, and currently about 3,000 worshippers attend the weekly Jummah prayer, AlhamduLillah. VISION To become the minaret of Islam in the West. MISSION STATEMENT To provide a Central Islamic Center for all people in the Irving and DFW Area, utilizing all avenues for Dawaa, while providing an Islamic Environment and Comprehensive Islamic Education to the next generation.
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Valley Ranch Islamic Center In Dallas

List Of Mosques In Dallas-Valley Ranch Islamic Center In Dallas,COMMUNITY The Valley Ranch Islamic Center is located in Irving, Texas. Its location puts it in the center of the DFW metroplex with easy and quick access to major highways, DFW International airport, and high-end shopping centers and restaurants. VRIC serves the Muslim communities of Valley Ranch, Las Colinas and Coppell, along with other neighboring cities. VRIC was established in 2009 to meet the needs of our growing community. Alhamdullilah we have grown tremendously since then and continue to see an increase in our congregation. VRIC provides several services including, but not limited to, five daily prayers, Friday prayer, study groups (halaqas), Ramadan programs (taraweeh and weekend iftars), weekday and weekend Qur’anic school, and a medical clinic. VISION Our vision at Valley Ranch Islamic Center is to be leading Islamic organization that provides a dynamic and innovative environment for spiritual, educational, and social activities for the entire family, and specifically the future generation of American Muslims. MISSION We provide a full spectrum of valued resources and services to our diverse community We aim to provide a safe place for people of all ages and backgrounds to connect, pray, learn and grow in accordance with Quran and Sunnah With love and compassion, we hope to inspire and build the future generation of American Muslim leaders We strive to work in harmony with other Muslim and non-Muslim groups and civic organizations to meaning fully contribute to charitable causes and enhance our collective future We provide our services in a transparent and effective way, leveraging a team of dedicated and volunteer resources
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East Plano Islamic Center In Dallas

List Of Mosques In Dallas-East Plano Islamic Center In Dallas,Vision: Establish a model community that provides services now and for future generations promoting tolerance, diversity and unity with which Allah is pleased. Mission: Our mission is to provide religious, social, and educational servicesto inspire the Muslim community to fulfill its responsibilities and contribute to the betterment of society by following the principles of Quran and the noble life of our Prophet Muhammad. About EPIC Board of Directors (BoD): Muhammad Jawaid Isa - President Sameer Siddiqui - Vice President Riyad Chowdhury - Treasurer Asher Khan - Secretary Dr. Rezwan Khan - Board Member Kashif Saeed - Board Member Nadeem Aslam - Board Member About EPIC: EPIC is a non-profit tax-exempt organization (with Tax-ID: 20-0629612) that has been formed exclusively for educational, religious, and social purposes. It is registered with the Internal Revenue Service under revenue code 501(c)(3). All of its activities are in accordance with the teachings of the Quran and following the teachings and traditions of Prophet Mohammed (Peace Be upon Him). EPIC is a multi-ethnic, multi-racial, multi-lingual, non-sectarian, diverse, and open community committed to full and equal participation and involvement of men and women who are community members of EPIC and subscribe to accept its rules, regulations, and procedures. EPIC is committed to civic and civil engagement with communities of other faiths and society at large. Our doors are open to all community members, however if you wish to become an official member of EPIC, please note that EPIC membership is open to all Muslims 18 years of age or above who: a) Subscribe to the objectives of EPIC set forth in Article 2 of the EPIC Constituion b) Agree to work under the general guidance of EPIC BOD and the constitutional framework of EPIC. EPIC has several full time Imams and an Office-Manager as well as access to numerous other scholars that provide religious, educational, and Islamic counseling services to the community.
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Noori Masjid In Dallas

List Of Mosques In Dallas-Noori Masjid In Dallas,Islamic Academy was founded in 2001 to spread the Sunnah and serve the Muslim community in the East Plano area. Alhamdulillah, Islamic Academy has been serving the Plano area Muslim community since then at different locations. The mission and core purpose of the foundation of Islamic Academy is to produce Scholars, Huffaz, and Reciters of Al-Quran in this very country we live in. Alhamdulillah, Islamic Academy is currently providing educations in the Traditional Sciences of Al-Quran, Hadith and Fiqh along with contemporary sciences to fulfill the core purpose and mission of its foundation. Till now, Islamic Academy has produced various scholars and Huffaz. In the Alim Institute, many students are currently enrolled and getting education to become future scholars and leaders of the Ummah. Muslims have now made this country as their home place and many new people are embracing Islam every day. Masajid and Madarsahs are founded in nearly every place. However, there are not many places where the scholars and Alims are being produced. Therefore, there is a big need for the Muslim Ummah to have an Alim Institute, where the scholars and future leaders of the Ummah are produced and trained. And Islamic Academy is fulfilling that core need of the Muslim Ummah of North America. Islamic Academy aspires to revive the teachings of the Righteous Scholars of Ahl-us Sunnah such as Imam Abu Hnifa, Imam Shafai, Imam Malik, Imam Ahmed Bin Hamble, Shaykh Jalal-ud deen Suyuti, and Imam Gazali to name a few. The mission of Islamic Academy is to prepare groups of fine and righteous Alims for the coming generations, so join and support Islamic Academy to fulfill the noble cause. Masjid is open for 5 time prayers and classes only. The Masjid is closed outside of Prayer and Class timings. The prayer and class timing can be found on the website.
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Masjid Al-Islam In Dallas

List Of Mosques In Dallas-Masjid Al-Islam In Dallas,HISTORY: 1950’s – Muslims, members of the Nation of Islam either migrate or are sent to Texas by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad to spread Islam gradually through the 60s and into the 70s. At least 3 Nation of Islam Temple #48s are started and finally one takes root on Flora Ave. in downtown Dallas. The community grows on the backs of the Muslim pioneers’ hard and continuous work for “Freedom, Justice and Equality”. Pioneers with at least 30 years of service began to attract citizens “in all walks of life” through radio advertisements and the Muhammad Speaks newspaper. Simple staples such as whiting fish, sardines, eggs, bean pies were sold to generate income for the Headquarters Nation of Islam headquarters in Chicago and local development. 1960s – The turbulence in the general society, war, assassinations, protests, racial unrest and other ails began to fracture a solid Islamic culture. 1970s – Temple #48 is moved to the heart of South Dallas just south of downtown on Forest Ave. Veteran leaders such as Isaiah Karriem, Yusuf Shah and Lee G. Bilal added the efforts to both hold the community together and keep the dawah going. 1975 – The Honorable Elijah Muhammad dies in February and is succeeded by one of his sons, Wallace Deen Muhammad, who leads the young community into orthodox or Sunni Islam. 1975 – The Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam is organized as an independent community while being spiritually fed by the leadership of Imam W.D. Muhammad. This became the oldest masjid in Dallas county. 1977 – First combined Eid al-Fitr with international Muslims on Baghdad St. in a backyard in Grand Prairie, TX. 1978 – One of his first major influences on the Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam was to organize and perform the first march on Main St. in downtown Dallas protesting the use of human images in the worship of The Creator. They were called C.R.A.I.D. (Committee to Remove All Images of the Divine) marches. 1979 – Allah rewarded the community with a new home, 2604 S. Harwood St., the current site of Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX, Inc. 1982 – The Sister Clara Muhammad School opens and operates until 1992. 1986 – Dallas Masjid hosts the first Community Family Conference ushers in the annual National Islamic Conventions. 1987 – Resumption of Interfaith Dialogue with area churches and world renowned Thanksgiving Square Foundation, Center for World Thanksgiving. 1988 – The Masjid hosted an Afghan Mujahidin at Jumah Prayer. 1989 – A.A.M.A.N. (African-American Men Against Narcotics) began foot patrols of drug infested areas of South Dallas and Oak Cliff. 1992 – Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam hosts the first venue of the Kindness Week, Dallas Acts Kind, which included attendance by Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, III. Ex-Offenders Support Group begins the program “Feeding Our Neighbors – Putting ‘Neighbor’ Back in the ‘Hood’” to help feed the wayfarers and the needy. 2000 – The Masjid organized a conference entitled Future Global Trends 2000 at the Renaissance Hotel. 2004 – Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam becomes Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX, Inc. 2006 – The Masjid’s Imam pitches the idea of an Islamic Charity Day give away to the wayfarer and the needy at the masjid and is generously supported by almost all masajid in DFW. 2007 – Islamic Charity Day become Humanitarian Day. 2008 – Day of dignity added Masjid’s charity efforts. Masjid al-Islam hosts a delegation of 4 Malian scholars. 2015 – The Beacon of Light Community Center, a program of the masjid, opens to help our neighbors in need. 2016 – Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX is the co-recipient of the Dallas Peace Center Award for efforts to alleviate hunger and help the homeless population.
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