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East Austin Community of al-Islam
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The East Austin Community of Al-Islam is an Islamic organization/community begun in 2009 to serve the needs of East Austin and the surrounding area. Our activities include education, entrepreneurship, civic involvement, and interfaith activities. Along with our pioneers, we have prospered and have been blessed to support and give aid to our surrounding community.
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Raindrop Foundation
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They have very nice prayer room. Next to being a home to Turkish-Americans, Raindrop Turkish House addresses their social and cultural needs and helps them integrate into this multicultural society better.
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Islamic Ahlul Bayt Association
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Islamic Ahlul Bayt Association (IABA) provides many services including lecture series on Saturdays, Dua-e-Kumayl recitation on Thursdays, Howza classes on Friday evenings, Madressah classes on Saturday afternoons and many other programs based on the Islamic calendar. IABA was founded in 1997 and is open to all people. IABA has a multicultural environment with members that are from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Iran, East Africa, India, USA.
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San Marcos Masjid
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The San Marcos Masjid offers services to the San Marcos and Texas State students. Friday Prayer is at 1:45 pm year round, and the mosque is also open for the five daily prayers. The Masjid is on the corner of Lindsey and North Comanche (29.8862,-97.9442), which is adjacent to Texas State Universitys south boundary. From I-35, take exit 206 (Aquarena Springs Dr.) & go west on Aquarena Springs till you make a right on University Dr. and continue till you make a right on North Comanche Street and arrive at 434 North Comanche Street at the corner of North Comanche & Lindsey. The San Marcos Masjid is 1.6 miles from I-35 exit 205 (take East Hopkins Street towards the University. After 1.4 miles, make a Right on to North Comanche and the Masjid is the last building on the Right in the third block). Phone either 214-686-9877 (Imam Nader) or 512-589-7148 (Brother Clay) or 512-413-1375 (Brother Achraf) for the combination to the door.
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Nueces Mosque
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A satellite masjid of the Islamic Center of Greater Austin.

1906 Nueces Street, Austin, TX 78705
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Islamic Center of Greater Austin
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Also known as Um-Moameneen-Sayeda-Khadija Mosque.

5110 Manor Road, Austin, TX 78723-4608
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Islamic Center of Pflugerville
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The Islamic Center of Pflugerville (ICP) is a non-profit organization with an operational philosophy based on the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Muslim families who visit the ICP facilities work towards fulfilling their religious obligations and striving for spiritual, intellectual, social and economic well-being and advancement. The center provides various services to the community.
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New Africa Islamic Community
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This is a weekly Friday prayer service held at the offices of the Austin Area Interfaith Ministries by followers of the ministry of Imam W. D. Muhammad. The location is temporary; it is located between Pleasant Valley Road, Springdale Road, and East 7th Street. Special thanks to Greater Austin Creative Alliance and the Austin Circle of Theaters for helping host prayers.
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North Austin Muslim Community Center
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Also known as Masjid Aisha. The North Austin Muslim Community Center (NAMCC) was founded in 1992, and the current property of three buildings located on five acres of land was purchased during 1996. NAMCC is a registered non-profit organization and the property has been registered with NAIT (North American Islamic Trust) as belonging to the Islamic community of Austin.
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