Fajr: 5:15AM    Duhr: 1:30PM    Asr: 6:00PM    Magrib: +10min   Isha: 10:00PM  Jumuah: 1:30PM
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“Whoever builds a mosque for Allah, then Allah will build for him a house like it in Paradise.”

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IMPORTANT: Starting Saturday June 13th the Mosque will only be open for Fajr, Maghreb and Isha prayers. There's still no Friday prayer. (PLEASE CLICK FOR DETAILS - RUG NEEDED)





Berkeley Mosque and all of its Muslim Community are extremely concerned and feel the injustice of the recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. Their names are added to a list of far too many other African Americans and people of color whose lives have been taken unjustly. These killings occurred across the country over the course of just a few weeks. It reveals the systemic racism that African Americans face in their daily lives.(MORE..)

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Muslims have had a presence in Berkeley for over a half century, and yet no masjid exists within the city. This is attributable, in part, to the fact that the majority of Muslims in Berkeley are students who are not only transient residents of the city, but also have very limited time and financial resources.


Over the past 15 years, an active effort has been underway by the BMF to establish a masjid situated close to the UC campus for students and other Berkeley residents. The process has been a long and arduous one due the limited resources of the intended patrons of the Masjid (i.e. students). By Allah’s grace, their efforts have resulted in the purchase of the present property at 2716 Derby Street.

    Help pay off the masjid

We want to repay those individuals whose $220,000 are still remaining. We are asking for help from all muslims to repay these generous individuals. It has been 10+ years and the loan is very long due and the kind brothers who made the loans need their money back ASAP

Remaining:
$220,000
12%
Raised: $30,000
Goal: $250,000
The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The most beloved of places to Allah are the mosques, and the most hated places to Allah are the markets.”
Source: Sahih Muslim 671
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