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Imam Buhari Mosque
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Run by the Turkish American Society of Western Mass.

50 Pinevale Street, Indian Orchard, MA 01151
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United American Muslim Associations
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The United American Muslim Associations of Western Massachusetts is a community cultural center in Westfield open 24/7 for prayers for our Muslim brothers and sisters. We also have a small Sunday school going on.
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Baitus Salaam
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Arrange, hold and establish prayers in accordance to the teachings of Quran and Sunnah specific only to Hanafi Fiqh (Jurisprudence).
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Al Baqi Islamic Society
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Al-Baqi was originally rooted in the Nation of Islam. But for nearly four decades, its worshipers have followed the movement led by Elijahs son, Warith Deen Muhammad. The community was a victim of hate crime arson that destroyed the building they had been using as a masjid for years.
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Hampshire Mosque
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Hampshire Mosque serves as a place of worship for the Muslim Community in the Amherst, MA area and its surrounding. In addition, it also intends to establish bridges of tolerance, harmony and understanding between Muslims, the American society at large and people of other faiths. Hampshire Mosque practices and promotes a comprehensive, balanced view of Islam. Hampshire Mosque strives to embody the middle path to which Quran calls - a path of moderation, free of extremism, and representative of the Islamic vision of healthy community.
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Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts
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The Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts was established in 1982 as a non-profit organization. In 1983, the first Masjid (mosque) was established in western Massachusetts by the Society on property purchased at 377 Amostown Road, West Springfield, MA. Initially, the small brick house in the front of the property was remodeled and served as our Masjid. With the steady growth of the community, a larger facility became necessary. Therefore, construction of the new facility was begun in 1991 and completed by the summer of 1992, at a cost of $750,000, raised primarily by local contribution from generous members of the Society. The need for further extension particularly for school facilities was soon realized and so the School extension project was started and completed in 1997 at a cost of an additional $250,000.
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