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Masjid Hang Jebat
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From a small surau, this old generation masjid has grown into what it is today. Built in 1952, this zinc-roofed masjid underwent major renovations in 1996 to expand on its prayer hall. Today it can accommodate 600 worshippers. Located in the Central part of the island, the masjid offers weekend madrasah classes to students living around Queenstown area. It also organizes zikir sessions where praises to Allah are recited.
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Al-Ansar Mosque
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Al-Ansar with its prominent tower minaret is among the first few masjids built under the Phase One of the Mosque Building Fund. Completed in 1981, the masjid located in the East can fill up to 3000 people at any one time. Located in the heart of the densely populated Bedok housing estate, the masjid offers madrasah classes. It is also one of the few masjids, which organizes religious classes in Tamil and one of the only two masjids with a full-time welfare officer.
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Masjid Haji Mohd Salleh (Geylang)
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A historic milestone was achieved in November 1999 when its spanking new four-storey building was officially opened after more than a year of extensive rebuilding. The original, which dated back to 1896, was built on land donated by an individual. The masjid with its simple and modern architecture can accommodate up to 1500 people. Besides the daily religious classes, it offers counseling sessions for couples every Wednesday.
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Masjid Muhajirin
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The masjid has been re-built as part of the Singapore Islamic Hub development and was opened to public in January 2009. Masjid Muhajirin is the first masjid to be built under the Mosque Building Fund. Back then it was easily recognizable by its prominent dome and minaret at the entrance of the building. Sited next to the Islamic Centre of the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, it was completed in April 1977 with a capacity of 1400 people and serves Muslims of all ages living in Toa Payoh and Bishan.
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Masjid Al-Huda
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In the past, this old generation masjid served the needs of residents living in the Malay kampung near Sixth Avenue, Bukit Timah. With resettlement, the masjid located in the Central area now serves the workers in Bukit Timah area and some residents nearby. Built in 1966, the masjid, which can accommodate up to 400 people, has undergone several renovations. Its activities are confined to daily and Friday prayers as well as celebrations of Islamic festivities.
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Al Istighfar
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This three-storey mosque is one of the most recent mosques built under Phase Three of the Mosque Building Fund programme. Completed in June 1999, it is located in the East, along Pasir Ris Drive 3. it can be recognized by its outstanding blue dome and modern yet Islamic architecture. The mosque, which can accommodate a congregation of 3300 people offers madrasah and kindergarten classes. It is a hive of activities during the evening when religious classes open its doors to Muslims in the vicinity.
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Masjid Khadijah
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Built in 1920, the masjid is currently being restored to its original splendour. Named after the wealthy lady who donated $50000 in 1916 to build this masjid, restoration works was completed in 2001. The masjid located in the Central part of Singapore has a current capacity of 500 people. Its activities include computer classes, training and youth programmes as well as tuition.
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Masjid Tentera Di Raja
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Built in 1961 by Muslim members of the British army, this old generation masjid was renamed Tentera Di Raja in recognition of their contributions. Located in the West and close to the National University of Singapore, it is distinguished by its minaret topped by a gold-painted dome. With a capacity of 1000 people, its newly-set up Youth Wing whose members are mostly undergraduates has recently embarked on a tuition scheme called EMAS (English, Maths and Science) for primary six children.
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Pertempatan Melayu Sembawang
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Surrounded by lush greeneries and a reasonably huge compound, there is an air of serenity at this old generation masjid built in 1970. Located in the North and away from busy streets, it offers weekend madrasah classes as well as religious classes on a weekly basis. It has a capacity of 300 people.
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