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Welcome to Jummah Masjid – Mauritius

The Jummah Mosque (Jummah Masjid; formerly Mosquée des Arabes, “Mosque of the Arabs”) is a mosque in Port Louis, Mauritius dating from the 1850s. The building combines Indian, Creole and Islamic architecture. The Jummah Mosque houses the remains of Jamal Shah (a pir from Kutch, India) in a marble tomb next to the mosque.

Exept for those who believe and do righteous deeds, for they will have a reward uninterrapted

Quran Ch 95:6-6

Madrassah

The Madrassah is held for children aged 5 to 16 years with different sessions / Timings.

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Islamic Courses

Various Courses is being held after Esha during week days and After Zohr on Saturdays.

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Halal Certificates

The Jummah Masjid Halal Council (JMHC) is accredited to authenticate products as Halal.

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2nd Rabi-ul-Akhirah 1440

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Sehri 05:50Sehri 05:50
Iftar 18:50Iftar 18:50

Tahajud ends at 04:02

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Fajr04:45 04:45 04:45
Zohr04:45 04:45 04:45
Asr04:45 04:45 04:45
Maghrib04:45 04:45 04:45
Esha04:45 04:45 04:45
Prohibited Salah Time
Sunrise00:00 to 0:00
Zawaal00:00 to 0:00
Sunset00:00 to 0:00

Pillars Of Islam

“I witness that there is no god but God and I witness that Muhammad is His messenger.” Since the profession of faith is an integral part of daily prayer, the practicing Muslim recites it repeatedly.

Each Muslim should pray five times a day: in the morning, at noon, in the afternoon, after sunset, and early at night. These prayers can be said anywhere, prayers that are said in the company of others are better than those said alone.

Another pillar is the fast (sawm) kept each year in the ninth month in the lunar Muslim calendar, Ramadan. While the fast lasts, neither food nor drink may be taken from sunrise to sunset, but they are allowed at night.

The third pillar is the giving of alms, or a special tax, to the needy (zakat).  Traditionally, this tax is paid in conjunction with the large celebration held when the month of fasting is over.

At least once in his or her lifetime, every Muslim whose health and finances permit should make the pilgrimage to Mecca to carry out various rituals, including walking seven times around the Kaaba.

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Royal Road, A1, Queen St,
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