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.
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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 […]
Join us for story time at Ummi and Me! The youngest members of our community (ages 0 – 5) are invited to attend with their caregivers. Activities include story time, […]
IAR Youth is excited to offer a Tech Club for Girls in grade 5 and up. Sr. Dana is back to lead this fun and educational 6-week STEM Club. The […]
Audience: Elementary & Middle School Boys Timing: Saturdays at 2 PM Registration & Contact: Mahen Khan – [email protected]
This week’s Friday Night Program will be titled “Muslim Youth in America: The Past and Future” with Br. Ahmed Gomaa who will reveal the new Marvels of IAR robotics Program. […]
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.
Those who spend their wealth in charity day and night, secretly and openly—their reward is with their Lord, and there will be no fear for them, nor will they grieve.”– The Holy Quran 2:274
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