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Al-Habl Al-Mateen Islamic Center
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11056 North Harrells Ferry Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
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Masjid Sabiqun
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Masjid Sabiqun of Baton Rouge opened its doors to evacuees fleeing New Orleans after the Hurricane Katrina disaster. From August 27 to October 15, 2005, 140 victims (Muslims and non-Muslims alike) of Hurricane Katrina were given shelter, food and other relief at the mosque. This mosque allows local Shias, who do not have a house of worship of their own, to organize in the Masjid on Thursday night. Masjid Sabiqun is also known as the Islamic Complex, and is located just north of the LSU campus. The atmosphere is friendly, and gender equitable. Women can and do serve in the administrative structure. Other expressions of Islam are welcome. A traditional Sunni mosque, shia members have a Thursday night gathering, and sometimes give the khutbah. There is no barrier in the main hall, no separate room for women. Children are taught to behave. The premises are clean and inviting.
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Islamic Center of Baton Rouge
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Also known as Masjid an-Nur. A small masjid located almost on the LSU campus that primarily served the immigrant community (Pakistani, Indian, Arab) until the newly built masjid was opened on E. Airport. Now, it serves primarily students and those who live in the immediate area. Both masjids are run by the same elected Board of Directors. This masjid hosted well over 100 families who evacuated after Hurricane Katrina. They were able to find apartments for all of them, help enroll their children in school and assist with aid in other ways.
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Islamic Center of Baton Rouge
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Also known as Masjid Al Rahman. Largest masjid in Baton Rouge community. This Masjid was built in 2006 and is home to Muslims from all parts of the world (Middle East, South Asia, Africa, and North America). Masjid ar-Rahman offers five daily prayers and a Jumah congregation with regular attendance around 300 people.
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Masjid Abdur Raqeeb
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Masjid Abdur Raqeeb was involved in relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. It was named for a brother, known for the great amount of good that he used to do, that was shot by an insane convert in that very building.
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