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Ahl-Al Bait Society
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25 Woodside Place, Glasgow, Scotland G3 7
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Madrassah Al-Arabia Al-Islamia
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490 Paisley Road West, Ibrox, Scotland G51 1PY
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Masjid Al-Farooq & Muslim Community Centre Glasgow
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32-38 Dixon Road, Crosshill, Scotland G42 8EJ
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Madrassa Zia-ul-Quran
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257 Kenmure Street, Glasgow, Scotland G41 2QX
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Madrasa Taleem-ul-Islam
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161 Nithsdale Road, Pollokshields, Scotland G41 5QS
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Lanarkshire Muslim Welfare Society
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Lanarkshire Muslim Welfare Society was established through the efforts of five local Businessmen in 1980 and for the first six years the local mosque was in a house in Main Street Holytown. In 1986 the Lanarkshire Muslim Welfare Society purchased a building in Carfin (Cleland Road) and converted it to a Mosque. For 18 years (1986 ? 2004) this was the main mosque in Lanarkshire. Initially, the Islamic classes were taught at the mosque but as the number of children attending these classes grew the classes were moved to a local High School, Taylor High School. Due to the increase in the size of the Muslim Community in the Lanarkshire area, the Lanarkshire Muslim Welfare Society decided to build a Mosque that would provide enhanced facilities to the Muslim community. The mosque in Carfin didnt have enough room, classes were taken elsewhere and there was no car park and this lead to the decision to build the Lanarkshire Central Mosque. In 1997 the Lanarkshire Muslim Welfare Society located a site and commenced taking donations. After eight years the Mosque opened in 2005 at the cost over two million pounds. In the future there are plans to build a community centre at the same site. The Lanarkshire Central Mosque will not only serve the Muslim community, but also will, InshaAllah be the focal point in Lanarkshire for Dawah.
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Bearsden Muslim Association Community Centre
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1 Speirs Road, Glasgow, Scotland G61 2LX
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Shia Ithna Asheri Islamic Centre
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The Shia Ithna Asheri Islamic Centre has a section of the residence is reserved for Islamic activities especially in Ramadan and Muharram. There is a a black standard alam fixed on top of the roof. All Shia, Arabs, Iranians, Pakistanis etc, gather at this centre during Ramadan. The main Muharram procession on Ashura also starts and ends here. The nearest underground station is "St. Georges Cross". Its 3 minutes walk from the tube station.
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Masjid Noor
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79 Forth Street, Pollokshields, Scotland G41 2TA
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