The Islamic Association of Raleigh (IAR) is an Islamic center serving as a masjid, school, and a gathering place for the Muslim community in the Triangle region of North Carolina.
Our religious leaders.
Policy making body of IAR
Assures appropriate functioning of IAR
Administration Team and Committees
The history of IAR.
Work for IAR.
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Constitution & Bylaws, previous Annual Reports
Nikkah/Katb Al Kitab
Talaq & Khulu'
Janazah/In Case of Death
Delicious food from Al Maidah Café
Supporting Muslims experiencing adverse living conditions.
Supporting our community through hardship.
Visit the Islamic Association of Raleigh.
Embark or learn more about the blessed journey.
Contact an Imam for Religious Questions
Providing an inclusive environment
Learn more about Islam.
Read answers to frequently asked religious questions.
Tune into a live broadcast or watch an IAR program.
Become a member of IAR.
Share an event/program with the community.
Protecting the Masjid.
Room reservation & vendor registration.
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Audience: Elementary & Middle School Boys Timing: Saturdays at 2 PM Registration & Contact: Mahen Khan – [email protected]
High school brothers are invited to join their fellow youth for a weekly hangout featuring sports, video games, and an uplifting reminder followed by dinner. This program is an opportunity […]
Learn about Islam online from the comfort of your home! Due to COVID-19, we’re now holding online classes instead of the in-person class. We invite you to participate live either […]
Join us Saturdays for the first class in a new series Transformed by Worship: focused on the self-development and communal effects of worship in Islam – how it impacts the […]
Join us for the first Triangle Islamic Festival of Arts, a full-day celebration of the beauty of Islamic art. Local Muslim Artists will showcase their paintings, digital art, woodworking, glasswork, […]
We rely on our generous community to create a lasting impact and ensure the continuous operations of your Masjid as the gathering place, school, and house of worship for Muslims across the Triangle.
“If they turn away, [O Muhammad], say, “Sufficient for me is Allah; there is no deity except Him. On Him I have relied, and He is the Lord of the Great Throne.’”– The Holy Quran