Masjids are symbols of devotion and the power of community solidarity in Islam, representing more than just their physical location. The RUHAMA Foundation's Building Mosques program strives to give communities access to secure and valuable places of worship. Building and renovating mosques and other houses of worship in unprivileged communities is part of our work.

Importance of Building a Mosque

Make Strong Social bond

The masjid's function as a social interaction hub strengthens the Muslim community's bonds. It provides a forum for exchanging stories, encouraging one another, and commemorating happy and sad times.

Create a communal Worship.

Masjids are more than just places of private prayer; they are vibrant hubs for social events. Within these communal walls, Muslims gather to participate in group acts of devotion that strengthen the links of brotherhood and sisterhood and create a sense of unity.

Make Unity and connection.

Standing shoulder to shoulder in front of the Qiblah, Muslims have a deep sense of spiritual connectedness and unity. This alignment strengthens the common devotion that cuts over national, linguistic, and cultural divides and symbolises the greater togetherness of the community.


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