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Islamic Center of Maple Hills
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54 Maple Street, Yonkers, NY 10701
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Mosque of the Jerrahi Order
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A mosque for people inclined to any Fiqh.

884 Chestnut Ridge Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977
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Hudson Valley Islamic Community Center
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The goal of the Hudson Valley Islamic Community Center (HVICC) is to provide religious, educational, recreational, sporting, and social services. The HVICC was acquired on May 15, 2006. The 50,000 square foot Center, built on 7 Acres of prime property in the Mohegan Lake area recently opened its doors to the community. The passing of Emad Al Jamal, beloved brother and son of members of the Hudson Valley Muslim Community, on the first day of Ramadan in 1999 triggered the founding of the Center. Members of this community have been involved in Islamic and social responsibility projects for many years. The Hudson Valley Islamic Community Center plans to continue in this path. The center?s goal is to provide religious, educational, recreational, sporting and social services to the Muslim community.
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Hudson Islamic Center
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35 North 3rd Street, Hudson, NY 12534
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Masjid Al Qadir
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45 West Church Street, Spring Valley, NY 10977
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Mid-Hudson Islamic Association
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The history of the Mid-Hudson Islamic Association (MHIA) can be traced back to the early 1960s, when there were only a very few Muslims in the Hudson Valley. The 1970s and 80s saw an influx of Muslim families into the region, including conversion to Islam, thus increasing the population from a few professionals and college students, to people from all walks of life. Early on, local Muslims got together in the basements of peoples homes to pray or hold weekly classes. This resulted in the formation of the Mid-Hudson Islamic Association. As the number of Muslim families grew, the MHIA worked towards building a Masjid which would not only be big enough to hold prayer gatherings, but could also serve as a center for community activities. In 1990 MHIA achieved the goal of building a Masjid in Wappinger Falls, establishing an Islamic Sunday school, and creating space for a Muslim community hall. More recently MHIA has been actively working with other religious organizations to enhance interfaith harmony, as well as reaching out to other community organizations and participating in every aspect of American life. Just as Islam is represented by people from every corner of the globe, this diversity is also reflected in the Muslim population of the Mid-Hudson Valley. While, the majority of the Muslims in Dutchess County are from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and the Middle East, there is a large and growing number of Muslims who are African-American. There is also a small number of Muslims who represent other ethnic or national backgrounds, such as, Asians, Europeans or Africans.
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Monroe-Woodbury Islamic Center
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Monroe-Woodbury Islamic center (MWIC) of New York is a non-profit religious and islamic educational organization. Located at 581 Route 17M, Monroe, NY, the center serves the Muslim community of Monroe-Woodbury and adjoining areas to practice islam. The center is open to all muslims to come and perform salat regularly five times a day. However, there is a combination key to enter into the building (call 845-782-0177 for combination code). The center occupies suites 1, 3, and 5 in the second floor of the building that faces Rt 17M.
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Masjid Umar
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Masjid Al Umar was founded in 1995 in the basement of 45 Derrenbacher St. Kingston, NY by a group of dedicated brothers and sisters interested in the future of Islam in America. By the grace of Allah, a new building was bought and established as the current Masjid in 1997. During the first few years, the Masjid was opened only for Jummah prayer for the most part, but Alhamdulillah, in a matter of time the five daily prayers were established. Since then our community has continued to flourish and grow under the care of many of our brothers and sisters. In 2009, the community was able to buy a plot of land next to the Masjid as the site for the building of a new Masjid to accommodate the growing population. Inshallah the community plans to begin building the new Masjid as soon as enough funds have been raised.
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Islamic Community Center of Mid-Westchester
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2 Grandview Blvd., Yonkers, NY 10710
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