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MIA Archive – Establishment Years 1962-1976

1962: letter from MIA to community 1962: Letter to a church requesting a space 1969: MIA incorporation document 1970: MIA President letter – Constitution 1974: Letter of donation from Saudi [...]

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Timeline of important events in the history of Muslims in Manitoba

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The first phase of the MIA New Center on Waverly.

By: Ismael Mukhtar The official opening of the MIA New Center at Waverly on January 2007 was a historical moment of great significance for the Muslim community in Manitoba. The historical [...]

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Fajr Time Calculation Methods

Please click here to review an article written by Sh. Ammar Khatib on the issue of the different fajr time calculation methods.

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Jumaa Khutba Guidelines

The following are some guidelines put by the MIA Khotba Committee. If you want to check the jumaa khateeb schedule or provide feedback on a khateeb, please click here.

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Manitoba Islamic Association list of Presidents

1.    Khalil Baksh             1966-19672.    Adil Mohsin             1967- [...]

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Manitoba Islamic Association, a historic critical overview.

By: Ismael Mukhtar* On the 27th of November 1969, the small Muslim community in Manitoba took a bold step of formally incorporating the first Muslim organization in the history of Manitoba. The [...]

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Manitoba Islamic Association as a Community Organization: From Membership to Ownership

By: Dr. Idris Elbakri* The Manitoba Islamic Association (MIA) was established over 40 years ago to serve the interests and represent Muslims of Manitoba. The pioneers who established the [...]

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Western Hemisphere’s most northern mosque sent to Canadian Arctic

By: Hussain Guisti* By the grace of Allah (SWT) history was made over the summer. The Western Hemisphere’s most northern Mosque has been established in the Canadian Arctic. The [...]