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) 

Mahmood Mosque - Beverley, Australia

The Veneto Club in Beverley will be sold and converted into a mosque.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Center - Nagoya, Japan

Ahmadiyyat was first established in Japan in 1935, during the era of Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad ra, the Second Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.Ahmadiyya Muslim Center Nagoya established since 1981. In 1966, Mirza Mubarak Ahmad, the Director of Foreign Missions of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, visited Japan. The first Ahmadiyya Mission House was bought in Nagoya in September 1981, which is comprised of a two-storey building.

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Chintakunta, Telengana, India

Ahmadiyya Mosque -  Chintakunta, Telengana, India

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Vaniyambalam, Kerala, India

 Ahmadiyya Mosque - Vaniyambalam, Kerala, India

Masjid Fazal - Tabora Tanzania

On 27th June 1942 the building of Fazl Mosque started in Tabora. Serious commotion took place, but all that was abated and the Mosque was opened at a colorful ceremony in 1946. Another Mosque was built in 1956 in Dar es salaam and was opened 15th March 1957. Since the opening of the first Ahmadiyya Mosque in Tanzania Masjid Fazl in Tabora in 1944 the Jamaat in Tanzania has not looked back.

Masjid Masroor - Mannarkkad, Kerala, India

Masjid Masroor - Mannarkkad, Kerala, India

Baitus Salam Mosque - Tallinding Gambia

The mosque is quite big with a capacity 5000. From West-field towards Tabokoto, on the Kombo Sillah Highway, and a junction after the Tallinding Market, turn to your left. The mosque is just about 100 metres from the highway.

Tallinding Central Mosque
4 Filli Touray Drive,
Talinding Kunjang, , GAMBIA

Baitul Ahad - Limburg Hessen Germany

Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaba then visited Limburg for the inauguration of the Baitul Ahad Mosque. The Limburg Ahmadiyya Community started in 1984 with only four people, and has now grown to an efficient and hard-working group of 200 members. Huzuraba said that having a mosque increases Ahmadis’ responsibilities. The name of the mosque proclaims the oneness of God

Baitur Rahmat - Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada

Ground breaking ceremony was held on the 5 October 2013 which was attended by the Ameer Jamaat Canada Malik Lal Khan Sahib as well as many Dignitaries from municipal, provincial and federal level of government. The 25,000-square-foot mosque will be built across from the Greenbryre Golf Course, just outside city limits in Corman Park near Highway 16. Topped with a 100-foot minaret, it will feature classrooms, a sports facility and separate prayer and meal halls for men and women.

Nasr Mosque - Indonesia

Nasr Mosque of the Ahmadiyya community in Indonesia

Masjid Rehman - Mombasa Kenya

Masjid Rehman - Mombasa Kenya

Nasir Bagh - Groß-Gerau, Germany

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamath bought a site "Nasir Bagh" in Groß-Gerau and held their Convention since 1985.

Bait Un Nasir - Columbus Ohio USA

Masjid Bait-un-Nasir, Ahamdiyya community in Columbus, Ohio,Khalifa to the Bait-un-Nasir Mosque which opened in 2008. The Mosque was the only Ahmadiyya Mosque to be built during the Khilafat Centenary year of 2008, having opened on 21 April 2008.

Central Ahmadiyya Mosque - Wa, Ghana

Ahmadiyya Central Mosque Wa - Upper West Region - Ghana
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