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Al-Maghrib is back in ATL with its latest class "The Falcon of Spain"

AlMaghrib is back in ATL with its latest class "The Falcon of Spain" on Saturday, October 15th, from 11 AM - 7 PM at the Roswell Community Masjid - RCM in Roswell, GA.

“The Falcon of Spain” is the story of a Syrian refugee who fled his home and came to the west because he was driven out by invaders wielding black flags. When he later rises from exile to lead his people in 8th century Spain, he will have to choose between seeking vengeance or establishing justice. From the life of AbdulRahman b. Muawiya, come take a practical look with us at propaganda, politics, and leadership through the lens of marketing.

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Sunday School 2016-2017

Assalaamu Alaikum,

InshaAllah we will be starting Sunday School on September 11, 2016. We have a wonderful volunteer staff, and many exciting new ideas and activities planned! Click the link below to register online. Contact Saleha Taufique at with any questions, comments, or concerns.

Jazakallahu Khairan
Sunday School Team

Another leap in the Construction of the Masjid

Alhamdulillah, this past Friday early morning concreate was poured into the pad for the masjid building. If Allah wills, the contractor plans to begin with the erection of the building from next Monday. It is exciting to see the progress. You will see a lot of changes in the construction site in the next few weeks. If you get a chance please visit the site and see your masjid in the making. Here are a few pictures of the on-going construction. Insha'Allah, the community will be praying at the new location soon.

Please keep this project in your duas and donate generously to help with the final phases of the masjid construction. You can pay online at or mail you checks to:

Masjid Al-Furqan P.O. Box 1893 Marietta, GA 30061




Masjid Al-Furqan Construction Team


Press Release For Immediate Release

The recent violence against innocent civilians is a call to action for all people of faith to speak with one voice against these senseless acts, and to draw attention to the sanctity of life which every faith tradition emphasizes, including Islam. While the individuals who perpetrated these events may appear to, or in their own perverse way believe that they do this in the name of a religion, their actions do not represent any faith tradition.

Although a prompt rush to judgment is tempting, these violent events threaten not just those they immediately target but make each of us a victim of mistrust and prejudice which sap the strength of our society and our great nation, and we fear, will beget more hatred and the violence which follows.

All people of faith who have affixed their names to this statement condemn the violence … in San Bernardino, California and in Savannah, Georgia; in Colorado Springs, Colorado; in Charleston, South Carolina and Paris, France and elsewhere around the world. We pray that the hearts of those who perpetrate such violence will be changed. We join those who work for peace.

We grieve with the communities which fell victims to this violence and with the families and friends who lost dear ones. When violence takes one of us, we are all wounded. We pray, as one, for those who are injured that they may heal quickly and completely. And we pray for fortitude for all of us, that we may overcome the evil in our midst that threatens the pluralistic nature of our great nation. May God bless us all.

East Cobb Islamic Center, Marietta, GA
West Cobb Islamic Center – Masjid Al-Furqan, Marietta, GA
Pilgrimage United Church of Christ, Marietta, GA
Roswell Community Masjid, Roswell, GA
East Cobb United Methodist Church, Marietta, GA
Masjid Suffah of Kennesaw, Kennesaw, GA
Masjid Ibad-ur-Rehman, Marietta, GA
One World Spiritual Center, Roswell, GA
Unity North Atlanta Church, Marietta, GA
St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church, Marietta, GA
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Baha’I community
Temple Kol Emeth
Emerson Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Please feel free to contact Amjad Taufique at 678-596-0724 for any questions.

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Listen to Surah Ar-Rahman recited by Imam Sheikh Showqi

Pillars of Islam

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What are the five pillars of Islam?

    They are the framework of Muslim life: testimony of faith, prayer, Zakat (charity), fasting, and the pilgrimage to Makkah for those who are able. The prophet said: Islam is based on five principles:

    1. The declaration of faith: To bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) is His messenger to all human beings till the Day of Judgment.

    2. Prayers: Muslims perform five prayers a day as a duty towards Allah. Prayers strengthen and enliven the belief in Allah and inspire man to a higher morality. They purify the heart and prevent temptation towards wrongdoing and evil.

    3. Zakat: The literal and simple meaning of Zakat is purity, wealth is purified by paying Zakat. As all things belong to God, wealth is therefore held by human beings in trust. Zakat means giving a specified percentage of ones wealth to certain classes of needy people.

    4. Fasting during the month of Ramadan: Muslims during the month of Ramadan not only abstain from food, drink, and sexual intercourse from dawn to sunset, but also from immoral behavior. Fasting teaches love, sincerity and devotion. It develops a sound social conscience, patience, unselfishness and will-power.

    5. Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca): It is to be performed at least once in a lifetime, by those who are physically and financially able to do so. The Ka'ba, which is in the city of Mecca, is the first house of worship appointed for mankind and was built by Abraham and his son Ishmael (Peace Be Upon Them).


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