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The official site of Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association

Our Mission is to: Help Muslims to fulfill their Islamic responsibilities;enhance the proper knowledge of Islam among Muslims and non-Muslims; promote and maintain Islamic mutual solidarity;bond and unite Muslim community at large, and build bridges with outside communities for the sake of peaceful and harmonious cohabitation; provide and maintain comprehensive services to the Muslims, and invite others to Islam; Participate in local and national civic and community affairs.

Dear brothers and sisters in Islam Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,For Several years now, Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association ( Mulberry Mosque) is striving hard with the help of Allah and your generous supports to help the Muslim community in the Lockland area to fulfill their obligations and their Islamic responsibilities by providing them with comprehensive services, a place for worship, among other. Because of the temporary nature of our current location, the limit of its size and tremendous increase of people attending our Jumah prayer, we are trying to acquire a larger facility in the area, which may be more suitable for the needs of the community. We are appealing to all the members of the  Muslim community to generously contribute to this noble project..

The Messenger of Allah, Muhammad - Sal Allaahu Alayhi wa Sallam - said: "Whoever builds a Masjid, seeking the pleasure of ALLAH, ALLAH shall build a house for him in Paradise.” (Bukhari)

Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit religious organization. All your donations are tax deductibles

 

 

Mulberry Mosque was established since the late 90’s under the leadership of Thierno Issa Dia (Rahimahullah) and the Imam Thierno Ahmad Dia. Initially, it was just a one-bedroom apartment, rented by the residents of 1 Mulberry Ct, Apartment complex, which they use for their five daily prayers. As for the Friday prayer and the two Eids they would join the other larger Muslim communities such as West Chester Mosque or Clifton Mosque.Several years later, the Muslim community in the Lockland (Cincinnati) and the Surrounding areas grew significantly larger. In 2003, the community felt the need to be more organized and to plan for the future, especially, after many of them were joined by their families (wife and children). A General Meeting was convened on Sunday 24th of July 2003, which took place at the Mulberry Mosque after Asr prayer to discuss the first steps to be taken toward organizing the community. After the preliminary discussions, a committee was elected to carry on the work of creating a legal entity that would represent the religious and the social interest of the community. The Committee’s efforts have resulted to the creation of Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association and its incorporation with the Ohio Secretary of State on 16th of September 2003 as non-profit corporation. On 15th of December 2003, Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association was assigned its Employer Identification Number (EIN) by IRS with status of 501(c)(3). Greater Cincinnati Islamic Association has also been registered with Ohio Attorney General Charitable Law Section on 8th of July 2004 as a charitable non-profit organization.