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Musalla @ 113st & Broadway
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Entrance near Nussbaum bakery on 113st. Situated on floor 12B2. Just get in and ask the person on the counter for the keys to the prayer room. He is legally obliged to give keys. Sign in the register and use lift to go to the 12th floor room. Columbia maintains the building and owns most part but does NOT own this room. This musalla was left by the previous owner specifically for salah.
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Muslim Center of Manhattan
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Located on the third floor. Muslim Center of Manhattan was registered as a masjid in December of 1999, with the intention of facilitating a place for prayers for Muslims working in the mid-Manhattan area. At this office, there is a full-time library whereby books can be borrowed up to one month by members. In addition to this, there are religious classes for the benefit of Muslims seeking religious knowledge. The concentration, after the establishment of places of worship, is now on charity in an effort to assist as much poor brothers and sisters as possible. Jumaa prayer khutbah starts at 1:15 pm and salaat starts at (apr.) 1:45 pm.
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Masjid Awliya of Allah
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Mosque Established on May 22, 2015. Jumah Paryer at 1:00 pm.

327 West 36th Street, New York, NY 10018
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Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital Musallah
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52 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016
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Dergah al-Farah
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Dergah al-Farah is a Sufi lodge (tekke, khanqah, zawiyya) in Tribeca (Lower Manhattan of New York City). It is a gathering place of initiates (dervishes) of the Nur Ashki Jerrahi Community (Sufi Order) led by Shaykha Fariha al-Jerrahi. The ceremony of remembrance is held at the dergah on Thursday evenings at 8pm. We joyfully welcome seekers and students of all religious paths into our gatherings. During the week the lodge is a private gathering place for dervishes of the order and we are NOT open for the five daily prayers. The dergah also houses the offices for Pir Press and the MOHL Archive Foundation. We do however have ongoing events that are open to the public (religious celebrations or events program). Please refer to our calendar for the latest information, follow us on twitter or signup for our dergah events program to stay tuned. We are located in Tribeca, Manhattan, near the Holland Tunnel. Take the A,C,E subway train to Canal Street, or the 1 subway train to Franklin Street.
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Muslim Education & Converts Center
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Founded in 2006, MECCA is one of the first organizations committed to educating and supporting new converts to Islam, while building bridges between Muslims and non-Muslims in American society. We are working for the many people coming to Islam who otherwise would have no one to turn to for sound knowledge and much needed support during undoubtedly difficult times.
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Assafa Islamic Center
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The Masjid is located on Allen Street at Stanton Street (one block below Houston Street). The nearest subway is F to 2nd Ave station, Walk one block to Allen Street and one down to Stanton Street. Assafa Islamic Center is a non-profit, non political and a religious organization. It was established in 1996 as a Masjid with Islamic Educational opportunities. A new facility began construction in March 2009 and aims to be the first permanent Masjid in downtown of Manhattan below Houston Street. The current facility is temporarily closed until that time.
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Columbia University MSA
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Located in Earl Hall Center, 102 Earl Hall. The CU MSA is one of the oldest in the United States. Students from all of the various undergraduate and graduate schools at Columbia participate in the CU MSA, contributing to a wonderful example of the ethnic and cultural diversity of the Muslim Ummah (nation). The MSA dedicates its efforts to creating a strong Muslim community on campus, helping Muslims strengthen their faith, gain knowledge about their religion, build Islamic character and interact with other Muslims. Additionally, MSA events are aimed at promoting an understanding of the oft misunderstood religion of Islam among all members of the Columbia community and providing community service.
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Masjid Manhattan
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Conveniently located in the Financial District, Masjid Manhattan was formerly located at 20 Warren Street. Wudu facilities available for Men, adequate restrooms, separate section for Women. Jumah prayers are held at 384 Broadway, between Broadway and Lafayette (lower level) from 1:00-1:40pm.
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