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The masjid plays the greatest role in the well-being of the Ummah. It is the main link between the masses and their Lord, strengthening the believers faith and unity.

A thriving masjid remains a sign of Islam’s vitality. For this reason, the masjid remains a target for Islam’s enemies, who in the past hundred years have closed countless masjids across the Ummah, razed them to the ground or changed them for other uses.

Thanks to you, more Muslims are today able to offer their prayers in congregation and more children are able to learn their religion after school. InshaAllah these new masjids will empower the communities around them and secure their Islam for the future.

Whosoever builds a house (masjid) for the pleasure of Allah, whether it be small or large, Allah builds for him a house in Paradise.
[Tirmidhi]

New Masjid in Philippines

Building and preserving the masjid remains the Prophetic tradition of every Muslim community, and so Ummah Welfare Trust works hard therefore to construct or renovate as many as it can.

Alhamdulillah, the charity builds and renovates masjids in remote communities across South Asia, Africa, the Balkans and the Middle East. Each new masjid also runs a maktab, offering a place where poor young children can learn Islam as it has been traditionally taught.

Building a masjid an excellent form of Sadaqah Jariyah as the donor can expect to receive rewards as long as people worship there.
CountryPriceCapacity
AfghanistanQuota FullQuota Full
GambiaQuota FullQuota Full
India£10,700150 worshippers
India£18,000200 worshippers
Malawi£9,500Quota Full
Malawi£18,000Quota Full
Palestine
(Repairs &
Renovation only)
Any amountVaries
Pakistan
Large
£15,000200 worshippers
(includes solar power system for electricity)
Pakistan
Small
£9,000100 worshippers
(includes solar power system for electricity)
Sierra LeoneQuota FullQuota Full

138
masjids build across the Ummah in the past year

Lillah accepted