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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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An-Nahdhah (Harmony Centre)
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This mosque is the sixth one to be built under Phase III of the Mosque Building Fund programme to serve the needs of the Muslim community around the Bishan area. The mosque can accommodate about 4,000 people and was opened to the public on 6th January 2006. The mosque complex also houses MUISs Harmony Centre where visitors could learn of the Muslim Community and Islam as practiced in multi-cultural Singapore. Being the first of its kind in a Singapore mosque, the 2-storey Harmony Centre showcases exhibits, artifacts and information on Islamic civilisation and lifestyle. Contemporary issues in Islam and Inter-faith understanding will also be a feature at the Centre through talks and activities. The Centre is scheduled to be opened to all in October 2006. Open Weekdays 9am-5:30pm.
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Darul Makmur Mosque
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Morning is a hectic period at the masjid when doting parents wave their pre-schoolers goodbye. Besides kindergarten classes for these pre-schoolers, the mosque is among the few, which offers a Tahfiz (Al-Quran memorization) course for children. Built in 1989, it serves Muslim families living in Yishun and the North part of the island. The masjid, which falls under Phase Two of the Mosque Building Fund, can accommodate about 3000 people.
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Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim
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Strategically located in the Central part of the island, this redeveloped masjid is filled to the brim during Friday prayers. It is hard not to notice this whitewashed building atop a small hillock along the main road. The masjid was originally built in 1890 and was rebuilt in 1993. Managed by the Johore government, the masjid?s activities are confined to prayers, religious lectures and celebrations.
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Islamic Fellowship Association
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39 Ernani Street, Singapore, SG 458644
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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 Ahmad Ibrahim
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Built in 1958, this old generation zinc-roofed mosque located in the North part of the island serves the religious needs of Muslim living and working in the vicinity. It can accommodate 200 Muslims at any one time. It offers nursery, kindergarten and weekend madrasah classes for children of nearby residents. Altogether, a total of 480 children attend classes at various times, at the masjid. Since the ?70s, there have been several renovation and repair works carried out.
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Al-Mawaddah Mosque
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This Phase 4 mosque was built to cater to the large demographic of young families in the Buangkok and Sengkang area. Aside from its numerous family friendly features for the young and the old, it also boasts a number of environmentally-friendly features that are energy-conserving. Due to this, the mosque has attained the Greenmark Certification from the Building and Construction Authority.
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Haji Yusoff Mosque
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This redeveloped masjid located in the Northeast part of the island was first built in 1896. It underwent redevelopment in 1995 and can now accommodate up to 400 people. Some of its activities include madrasah classes and religious lectures for adults.
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