The Holy Quran:"And I have not created the Jinn and the men but that they may worship Me". (51:57) . "Surely, the first house founded for mankind is that at Becca (Mecca), abounding in blessings and guidance for peoples". (3:97). "He alone can maintain the Mosques of Allah who believes in Allah, and the last day, and observes prayer and pays the Zakat and fears none but Allah; so these it is who may be rightly guided." (9:18) The Holy Prophet on the importance of mosques O ye people, praise Allah. Whoever builds a mosque for Allah, Allah, The Exalted, shall build a house for such a one in paradise. The Promised Messiah said:"If you want Islam to progress build a mosque. Wherever our Jamaat is established, a mosque should be built. Our Jama'ats progress is founded on the construction of mosques. If there are only a few Muslims in a village or a city, build a mosque with good intentions and God will bring more Muslims to that place. It is not mandatory that the mosque be embellished or be a brick building. Wall off a piece of land and build a room with a thatched roof..." (Malfoozat Vol 2, p. 42) 

Baitul Qamar Mosque - Rabwah, Pakistan

Baitul Qamar Mosque - Rabwah, Pakistan

Khilafat Centenary Hall - Sydney, Australia

On 18 October 2013, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat and Fifth Khalifa, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad officially opened the ‘Khilafat Centenary Hall’, built next to the Baitul Huda Mosque in Sydney

Daruz Zikar - Lahore, Pakistan.

Darul Zikr is a historical mosque of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community which was built in 1952


Ahmadiyya Central Mosque - Nigeria

Abdul Hafeez asserts that Ahmadi Muslims have changed the Kalimah by substituting the name of the Holy Prophet of Islam, Hadhrat Muhammadsa with that of Hadhrat Ahmadas, the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Hence he alleges that, God forbid:'The kalimah of Qadianis is There is no God but Allah and Ahmad is His messenger. Note: Ahmad has been substituted for Muhammad. The illustrated booklet AFRIKA SPEAKS issued on the occasion of the tour of Africa by Mirza Nasir Ahmad Qadiani contains a photograph of Ahmadiyya central mosque, Nigeria, which has this Kalima written on it.
The author of Two in One also includes an alleged photo of the mosque at Ijebuode in Nigeria on which this altered Kalimah is stated by him to have been written.Now, any intelligent man who studies this photograph with honesty would agree that the disputed word in the context of this Kalimah is Muhammadsa and not Ahmadas. It is an established fact that Arabic calligraphy has adopted numerous forms throughout the length and breadth of the Islamic world and the Islamic credo at the entrance of the Ahmadiyya Central Mosque at Ijebuode, Nigeria has been written in a traditional style of calligraphy adopted by the people of the local area which requires the first alphabet mim, the equivalent of the alphabet m to be lengthened.

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Zion Illinois, USA

Zion was the town set up by a false prophet, John Alexander Dowie, to whom the Promised Messiah, the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, issued a challenge of a prayer duel in 1902 upon his repeated insults and false allegations against the Holy Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him. The challenge was published as an advertisement in 1903, “God has given me a sign for America, that if Dowie comes in a prayer duel against me explicitly or implicitly, the world shall soon see the end of this contest and Dowie will leave this world in utter grief, misery and helplessness.”

Upon learning of the challenge, Dowie responded by stating: “In India, there is a Mohammedan Messiah who keeps on writing to me that Jesus is buried in Kashmir. People ask me why do I not send him the necessary reply? Do you think that I should answer such gnats and flies? If I were to put my foot on them I would crush them to death. The fact is that I merely give them a chance to fly away and survive.” Eventually Dowie was punished by God for his arrogance and Islamophobia. He had a humiliating decline when all of his followers were completely disillusioned and deserted him and he had a stroke while giving a speech. His wife and his son turned against him and exposed his character. On 8th March 1907 he died in utter grief, misery and helplessness during the lifetime of the Promised Messiah.

Nusrat Jahan Mosque - Copenhagen, Denmark

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community established itself here in 1959. In 1967 the Nusrat Jahan Mosque was built in Hvidovre, a Copenhagen suburb. This mosque is used by adherents of the Ahmadiyya faith.

Masjid Mubarak - Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Masjid Mubarak - Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Rizwan Mosque - St. Pierre, Mauritius

Huzur meeting Naserat at Rizwan Mosque (2nd pic), Huzur saying du'a at the extension of Rizwan Mosque (3rd pic)

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Pathapiriyam, Kerala, India

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Pathapiriyam, Kerala, India

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Bhagalpur, Bihar, India

Ahmadiyya Mosque in Bhagalpur 

Baitul Ahad - Plaistow London UK

This mosque tells the story of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat itself, it was a synagouge, then a church before it was bought and converted into a mosque. 

Baitus Salam Mosque, Brussels - Belgium

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community established itself here in  1982

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Garut, Nyalindung, Indonesia

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Garut, Nyalindung, Indonesia