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PHOTOS OF ALLOA MOSQUE


Photos of the Alloa mosque, past and present. Please click on this link and enjoy!
  •  testEntrance to Alloa mosque - Musalla as Salaam
  •  testThe stairs leading to the mosque. The actual entrance can be seen at the top of the stairs
  •  testThe original prayer hall with Mehrad and Mimbar at the front. The book shelves hold a wealth of information about Islam.
  •  testThe windows is inegrated into the Mehrab. The right hadn side of the bookshelves with leaflets and various books about Islam. The Quran are on the top two shelves
  •  testA closer look at the mehrab where the Imam delivers his khutba (sermon) and speachers to the musallis
  •  testA wide view of the original prayer hall which is now a study room and also used by ladies for prayers
  •  testThe Mimbar consists of three seating areas and resembles a set of steps. The imam delivers the Friday Khutba from here.
  •  testThe Imam's musalla (prayermat)
  •  testThe back of the prayer hall.
  •  testThe back of the prayer hall.
  •  testWudhu area where 6 people can perfrom wudhu at the time. The water is mixed to be warm for the comfort of the person making Wudhu
  •  testThe toilet cubicles
  •  testThe entrance to the large study room with the original Musalla (prayer mat) where four people can pray at a time.
  •  testThe ladies toilets and Wudhu area
  •  testThe study room or class room with benches (desks) ready for class.
  •  testThe study room or class room with benches (desks) ready for class.
  •  testA kids eye view of the class room
  •  testThe exit to the musalla leading onto Whins Road.
  •  testThe new prayer hall which was actully the old study room. The room has been expanded and renovated. This is the main prayer hall (Jamaat Khanna)
  •  testThe original prayer hall after refurbishment. The arabic writing on the right hand side has been carved out of wood by local Muslims
  •  testThe ladies prayer hall which was the main prayer hall prior to extension.
  •  testThe main prayer hall with mimbar and mehram. The Kiblah is straight ahead. Book shelves on both sides with copies of the Qur'an for people to study.
  •  testAnother view of the main prayer hall.
  •  testAnother view of the main prayer hall.
  •  testAnother view of the main prayer hall.
  •  testAnother view of the main prayer hall.
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