The All India Raabta-e-Masjid (AIRM), a collective organization representing mosques across India, has officially decided to name the forthcoming mosque in Dhannipur, Ayodhya, as the “Muhammad bin Abdullah Mosque” in honor of the Prophet.
This significant decision was revealed during the AIRM conference, which was convened on the initiative of BJP leader Haji Arafat Sheikh. The conference attracted the participation of senior clerics from various Muslim sects.
The Dhannipur Masjid site, located approximately 22 kilometers from the original Babri Masjid site, which was tragically demolished on December 6, 1992, is now witnessing the construction of the grand Lord Ram temple.
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The mosque will accommodate around 9,000 devotees, with the capacity for 5,000 men and 4,000 women to offer namaz collectively. Beyond its religious significance, the mosque complex will incorporate medical, educational, and social facilities.
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A symbolic brick was presented to officials representing key organizations, marking a pivotal moment in this monumental project. The “Muhammad bin Abdullah Mosque” symbolizes unity, progress, coexistence, and cultural diversity in Ayodhya.
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