WHAT IS A MUSLIM COMMUNITY WITHOUT A MOSQUE?
In Islam, prayer in congregation (jemaah) at the mosque is considered to have more social and spiritual benefit than praying by oneself. Additionally, a mosque is a meeting place for the community, where they are informed of important religious events and duties. They are also centres of learning and study of the Quran, Sunnah, Hadith, Sirah and more.
But for Muslim communities living in remote villages and rural areas, they have no mosque at all. Global Ehsan Relief aims to build community mosques in these areas to aid development. We believe that every Muslim has the right to worship Allah S.W.T., and to have a safe and sheltered mosque to do that.