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Upstate Islamic Center
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Affiliated with the Islamic Society of Greenville. The Islamic Society of Greenville (ISG) has been serving the South Carolina Upstate region for over 30 years. The Muslim community in Greenville began to form in the early 1970s when many Muslim families moved to the Greenville area. A local Muslim group was formed in 1988 and met in a rented room of a run-down house, and later in a rented hall of a local hotel, for jumaa prayers. On December 10, 1989, local Muslims opened Greenvilles first mosque, the Islamic Center and Mosque. The building, which serves as a religious center for over 700 Muslims in the Greenville area, was previously a Protestant church, and it was purchased in 1989 for $125,000. A key factor in the decision to purchase the building was its location; the building faces northeast, towards Mecca. However, major renovations were necessary to convert the 50-year-old church building. Later, the building burned down and had to be rebuilt. Currently, along with the mosque, ISG has a multi purpose hall and a full time school.
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Islamic Association of Eastern North Carolina
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The primary mission of the Islamic Association of Eastern North Carolina is to provide a focus of activities for Muslims living in the Greater Greenville area in order for them to organize the religious, educational, and social life of their community in light of the Islamic teachings and traditions. The Islamic Association of Eastern North Carolina will also strive to act as an information source providing understanding of Islam as a faith, as a religion and as a way of life. Jummah Prayers is at 1:15pm.
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Shia Charlotte
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Also known as Al-Zahra Islamic Center. Dua kumail, Muharram majlis, eid-ghadir , eid namaz, wiladat.

5227 Monroe Road, Charlotte, NC 28205
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Islamic Society of Greenville
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The Islamic Society of Greenville (ISG) has been serving the South Carolina Upstate region for over 20 years. The Muslim community in Greenville began to form in the early 1970s when many Muslim families moved to the Greenville area. A local Muslim group was formed in 1988 and met in a rented room of a run-down house, and later in a rented hall of a local hotel, for jumaa prayers. On December 10, 1989, local Muslims opened Greenvilles first mosque, the Islamic Center and Mosque. The building, which serves as a religious center for over 700 Muslims in the Greenville area, was previously a Protestant church, and it was purchased in 1989 for $125,000. A key factor in the decision to purchase the building was its location; the building faces northeast, towards Mecca. However, major renovations were necessary to convert the 50-year-old church building.
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Masjid Fatimah
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Home of the International Quranic Open University and Muslims of the Americas. Holy Islamville is a Muslim village in South Carolina, established by El-Sheikh Ali Shah Gilani in 1983 as Islamville, SC.
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Islamic Community Center of South Charlotte
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There are approximately 5000 Muslims living in Charlotte, North Carolina area. A significant numbers of these Muslims live in South Charlotte area where there was no permanent Masjid within close vicinity. Recognizing this gap, South Musalla was established in 1995 in a rental miniature golf retail space to have Friday Khutba & prayers. The work of this permanent Islamic Community Center in South Charlotte has now begun with a purachse of a 4 acre land to to serve muslim families residing in South Charlotte, Pineville, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Mint Hill, Waxhaw, Weddington, Lake Wylie, and Tega Cay areas of the Carolinas.
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Islamic Center of Asheville
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5 Times Salah Jumuah 1:30 PM ASHEVILLE After nearly 17 years, Islam has found a permanent place in the mountains. The new mosque is perched on an unassuming piece of land behind the Home Depot on Fairview Road. Green, metal siding covers the simple, square-shaped building. Inside, there is one large room that is used for prayer, gatherings and a weekend religious school for children. Previously, the Muslim community had been meeting in rented spaces, moving from one place to another as their leases expired or property owners sold their buildings.
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Islamic Center of Rock Hill
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Temporary Location for Juma Services at 1pm. Second Floor of the Freedom Hall/Temple/Center across from Bank of America in downtown Rock Hill. Contact front desk for help.
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Islamic Center of Clemson
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1009 Old Stone Church Road, Clemson, SC 29631-2240
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