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100-Mosques-Plan

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The 100-Mosques-Plan is the project of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in Germany to built 100 new mosques. It was initiated by Mirza Tahir Ahmad, the Khalifatul Masih IV, during the centenary celebrations of the community in 1989. The project is completely financed by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Germany, through collections from the members. The plans and the execution of the projects is also mostly performed by German Ahmadis voluntarily.[1] Ahmadiyya Muslim Communty has total of 52 mosques and 65 prayer centres in Germany.

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Mosques

Mosque City State Year Comments Photo
Fazl-e-Omar Mosque Eimsbüttel Hamburg 1957 Named after Second Caliph Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad, built before 1989, foundation 22 February 1957, completed 22 June 1957, plot 1,500 m2 (16,000 sq ft), prayer hall 40 m2 (430 sq ft), two minarets at 8 m (26 ft) height [2] 53°35′0.9″N 9°56′36.2″E / 53.583583°N 9.943389°E / 53.583583; 9.943389 (Fazl-e-Omar Mosque) [M 1]
FazleOmarMoschee.jpg
Nuur Mosque Frankfurt Hesse 1959 "Mosque of the (Godly) light", built before 1989, foundation 8 May 1957, completed 12 September 1959, plot 1,530 m2 (16,500 sq ft), prayer hall 120 m2 (1,300 sq ft), two minarets at 9 m (30 ft) height 50°05′8.8″N 8°41′47″E / 50.085778°N 8.69639°E / 50.085778; 8.69639 (Nuur Mosque) [M 2]
Nuur-Moschee Frankfurt Germany.jpg
1. Bait-ul-Shakoor Mosque Groß-Gerau Hesse 1992 "House of the thankful", foundation 1989, completed 1992, at "Nasir Bagh", prayer rooms 600 m2 (6,500 sq ft), one minaret at 7 m (23 ft) height, two prayer halls [3]49°56′31.5″N 8°29′52.2″E / 49.942083°N 8.497833°E / 49.942083; 8.497833 (Bait-ul-Shakoor Mosque) [M 3]
Bait ul-Shakoor in Groß-Gerau.JPG
2. Hamd Mosque Wittlich Rhineland-Palatinate 1999 "Mosque of Praise (of God)“, foundation Nov 1998, completed Dec 1999, plot 3500 m², prayer hall 200 m², one minaret 10 m height, 600 capacity 49°58′28.2″N 6°56′47.5″E / 49.974500°N 6.946528°E / 49.974500; 6.946528 (Hamd Mosque) [M 4]
Hamd Moschee Wittlich.jpg
3. Basharat Mosque Osnabrück Lower Saxony 2002 "Mosque of good news“, foundation Oct 1999, completed Mar 2002, plot 2481 m², prayer hall 129 m², two minaret 10 m height[4] 52°18′2.3″N 8°0′18.3″E / 52.300639°N 8.005083°E / 52.300639; 8.005083 (Basharat Mosque) [M 5]
4. Nuur-ud-Din Mosque Darmstadt Hesse 2003 "Mosque of the light of the religion“, named after first Caliph Hakeem Noor-ud-Din, foundation May 2002, completed Aug 2003, plot 2418 m², prayer hall 331 m², one minaret 17 m height, 450 members[5] 49°53′6.7″N 8°37′15.5″E / 49.885194°N 8.620972°E / 49.885194; 8.620972 (Nuur-ud-Din Mosque) [M 6]
Nuur-ud-Din-Moschee.jpg
5. Bait-ul-Momin Mosque Münster North Rhine-Westphalia 2003 "House of the giver of peace“, foundation Aug 2000, completed May 2003, plot 1015 m², prayer hall 138 m², two minaret 10 m height[6] 51°53′37.8″N 7°37′49.1″E / 51.893833°N 7.630306°E / 51.893833; 7.630306 (Bait-ul-Momin Mosque) [M 7]
Münster-Hiltrup-Moschee.jpg
6. Nasir Mosque Stuhr Lower Saxony 2004 Named after third Caliph Mirza Nasir Ahmad, foundation Nov 2001, completed May 2004, plot 5637 m², prayer hall 239 m², one minaret 12 m height[7] 53°1′2.3″N 8°46′50.7″E / 53.017306°N 8.780750°E / 53.017306; 8.780750 (Nasir Mosque) [M 8]
7. Tahir mosque Koblenz Rhineland-Palatinate 2004 Named after fourth Caliph Mirza Tahir Ahmad, foundation Dec 2002, completed May 2004, plot 2182 m², prayer hall 338 m², two minaret 15 m height, 600 members[8] 50°22′31.3″N 7°35′31.4″E / 50.375361°N 7.592056°E / 50.375361; 7.592056 (Tahir Mosque) [M 9]
Tahir-Moschee (Koblenz).jpg
8. Aziz Mosque Riedstadt Hesse 2004 "Mosque of the all-powerful“, foundation Nov 2003, completed Aug 2004, plot 1753 m², prayer hall 200 m², one minaret 14 m height[9] 49°49′54.9″N 8°29′6.4″E / 49.831917°N 8.485111°E / 49.831917; 8.485111 (Aziz Mosque) [M 10]
Bait ul-Aziz (Riedstadt).jpg
9. Habib Mosque Kiel Schleswig-Holstein 2004 "Mosque of the Beloved“, foundation Nov 2003, completed Aug 2004, plot 1600 m², prayer hall 242 m², two minaret 13 m height, 300 members 54°18′5″N 10°7′44.5″E / 54.30139°N 10.129028°E / 54.30139; 10.129028 (Habib Mosque) [M 11]
10. Bait-ul-Huda Mosque Usingen Hesse 2004 "House of the Guidance“, foundation Mar 2004, completed Sep 2004, plot 1440 m², prayer hall 150 m², one minaret 15 m height [10] 50°19′57.9″N 8°31′11.1″E / 50.332750°N 8.519750°E / 50.332750; 8.519750 (Bait-ul-Huda Mosque) [M 12]
Baitul-Huda-Moschee Usingen.JPG
11. Bait-ul-Aleem Mosque Würzburg Bavaria 2005 "House of the all-knowing“, 200 members, foundation Nov 2004, completed 24 Aug 2005, plot 2500 m², prayer hall 188 m², one minaret 15 m height [11] 49°43′47.9″N 9°57′39.7″E / 49.729972°N 9.961028°E / 49.729972; 9.961028 (Bait-ul-Aleem Mosque) [M 13]
Bait-ul Alim Moschee.jpg
12. Bashier Mosque Bensheim Hesse 2006 Named after second Caliph Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad, foundation Aug 2005, completed 23 Dec 2006, plot 1006 m², prayer hall 188 m², no minaret, 400 members[12] 49°41′8″N 8°35′36.2″E / 49.68556°N 8.593389°E / 49.68556; 8.593389 (Bashier Mosque) [M 14]
Baschir-Moschee (Bensheim).jpg
13. Mahmud Mosque Kassel Hesse 2007 Foundation Aug 2005, completed 04 Sep 2007, plot 2959 m², prayer hall 209 m², no minaret 51°16′52.5″N 9°28′35.6″E / 51.281250°N 9.476556°E / 51.281250; 9.476556 (Mahmud Mosque) [M 15]
14. Bait-ul-Nasir Mosque Isselburg North Rhine-Westphalia 2007 Named after Mirza Nasir Ahmad, foundation Sep 2005, completed 07 Sep 2007, plot 2120 m², prayer hall 128 m², two minarets 10 m height, 100 members[13] 51°50′20.3″N 6°28′7.6″E / 51.838972°N 6.468778°E / 51.838972; 6.468778 (Bait-ul-Nasir Mosque) [M 16]
35isselburgmoskee.jpg
15. Bait-ul-Jame Mosque Offenbach am Main Hesse 2007 "Home of the Gatherer“, foundation 24 Aug 2005, completed 16 Jan 2007, plot 1566 m², prayer hall 533 m², one minaret 16 m height 50°5′55.6″N 8°47′26″E / 50.098778°N 8.79056°E / 50.098778; 8.79056 (Bait-ul-Jame Mosque) [M 17]
16. Bait-ul-Muqiet Mosque Wabern Hesse 2007 "Mosque of the Sustainer“, foundation May 2005, completed 23 Nov 2007, plot 2956 m², one minaret 9 m height, 54 members, Mosque 330 m², prayer halls 2 * 70 m² [14] 51°5′59.6″N 9°21′22.7″E / 51.099889°N 9.356306°E / 51.099889; 9.356306 (Bait-ul-Muqiet Mosque) [M 18]
Muqeet Moschee.jpg
17. Sami Mosque Hannover Lower Saxony 2008 "House of the All-Hearing“, foundation Aug 2006, completed 16 Aug 2008, plot 2800 m², prayer hall 408 m², one minaret 16 m height, 300 members[15] 52°25′47.4″N 9°39′28.9″E / 52.429833°N 9.658028°E / 52.429833; 9.658028 (Sami Mosque) [M 19]
Bait us-Sami.jpg
18. Bait-ul-Karim Mosque Stade Lower Saxony 2008 "House of the Nobel“ First Mosque in Landkreis Stade, foundation 29 Mar 2008, completed 15 Aug 2008, plot 840 m², prayer hall 62 m², one minaret 10 m height 53°36′13″N 9°29′23.9″E / 53.60361°N 9.489972°E / 53.60361; 9.489972 (Bait-ul-Karim Mosque) [M 20]
Moschee in Stood 2.jpg
19. Anwar Mosque Rodgau Hesse 2008 "Mosque of the lights“, foundation Dec 2006, completed 19 Aug 2008, plot 1034 m², prayer hall 218 m², one minaret 14 m height 50°1′30.4″N 8°53′48.4″E / 50.025111°N 8.896778°E / 50.025111; 8.896778 (Anwar Mosque) [M 21]
Anwar-Moschee Rodgau.jpg
20. Qamar Mosque Weil der Stadt Baden-Württemberg 2008 "Moon-Mosque“, foundation Dec 2006, completed 21 Aug 08, plot 1145 m², prayer hall 128 m², no minaret, 289 m² for 120 members, € 500.000[16] 48°45′24.2″N 8°52′26.3″E / 48.756722°N 8.873972°E / 48.756722; 8.873972 (Qamar Mosque) [M 22]
21. Khadija Mosque Heinersdorf Berlin 2008 Mosque named after Khadija bint Khuwaylid, First mosque in east Berlin, foundation 2 Jan 2007, completed 15 Oct 08, plot 4790 m², prayer hall 345 m², one minaret 12,90 m height, 200 members[17] 52°34′20.6″N 13°25′49.8″E / 52.572389°N 13.430500°E / 52.572389; 13.430500 (Khadija Mosque) [M 23]
Khadija-Moschee, Berlin, Germany - 20110603.jpg
22. Ehsan Mosque Mannheim Baden-Württemberg 2010 "Mosque of the favour“, foundation 17 Dec 2008, completed 24/06/10, plot 1641 m², prayer hall 208 m², two minarets 12 m height, 450 members,[18] 3 story mosque, € 700.000 [19][20] 49°26′56.5″N 8°30′20.6″E / 49.449028°N 8.505722°E / 49.449028; 8.505722 (Ehsan Mosque) [M 24]
Ehsaan-Moschee (Mannheim).jpg
23. Bait-un-Nasr Mosque Cologne North Rhine-Westphalia 2011 "House of the Help“, Being used as center since 1985, was changed into a visible mosque on

23/06/11 by building a minaret.[21] 50°58′28.9″N 6°57′55.6″E / 50.974694°N 6.965444°E / 50.974694; 6.965444 (Bait-un-Nasr Mosque) [M 25]

24. Bait-ul-Afiyat Mosque Lübeck Schleswig-Holstein 2011 "House of security“, foundation 21 Aug 2009, completed 13/06/11, plot 1934 m², prayer hall 128 m², one minaret 11 m height, 160 members; about 500 000 Euro[22] First new mosque building in Lübeck 53°50′53.4″N 10°40′47.6″E / 53.848167°N 10.679889°E / 53.848167; 10.679889 (Bait-ul-Afiyat Mosque) [M 26]
25. Bait-ul-Ghafur Mosque Ginsheim-Gustavsburg Hesse 2011 "House of the All-Forgiving“, foundation 02/2009, completed 18/06/2011,[23] plot 2725 m², prayer hall 352 m², one minaret 12 m height, cost about 1.2 Mio. Euro;[24] 607 capacity for 350 members [25] 49°59′22.5″N 8°19′54.1″E / 49.989583°N 8.331694°E / 49.989583; 8.331694 (Bait-ul-Ghafur Mosque) [M 27]
Bait ul-Ghafur (Ginsheim).jpg
26. Bait-ul-Hadi Mosque Seligenstadt Hesse 2011 "House of the Guide“, foundation 8 Apr 2011, completed 19 Jun 2011, plot 1574 m², prayer hall 313 m², one minaret 13 m height, 200 capacity for 150 members, € 300.000,[26] Mosque was built in 3 months using module based manufacturing.[27] 50°3′18.1″N 8°57′48.3″E / 50.055028°N 8.963417°E / 50.055028; 8.963417 (Bait-ul-Hadi Mosque) [M 28]
Bait ul-Hadi (Seligenstadt).jpg
27. Bait-ul-Aman Mosque Nidda Hesse 2011 "House of Peace“, foundation Dec 2008, completed 20 Jun 2011, plot 2189 m², prayer hall 301 m², two minarets 8 m height [28] 50°24′22.4″N 9°0′38.7″E / 50.406222°N 9.010750°E / 50.406222; 9.010750 (Bait-ul-Aman Mosque) [M 29]
Bait ul-Aman (Nidda).jpg
28. Bait-ul-Baqi Mosque Dietzenbach Hesse 2011 "House of the Rest“ Bought 1993, foundation Dec 2009, completed 21 Jun 2011, plot 1500 m², prayer hall 318 m², one minaret 9 m height[29] Bought for € 510.000 and converted for € 200.000 in a mosque.[30] 50°1′13.7″N 8°47′22.5″E / 50.020472°N 8.789583°E / 50.020472; 8.789583 (Bait-ul-Baqi Mosque) [M 30]
Bait ul-Baqi (Dietzenbach).jpg
29. Bait-ul-Ahad Mosque Limburg an der Lahn Hesse 2012 "House of the One“. 200 members,[31] foundation 7 Oct 2011, completed 27 May 2012, 9 m high minaret, Mosque was built in modular technique for € 320.000 [32]50°23′50.6″N 8°3′52.4″E / 50.397389°N 8.064556°E / 50.397389; 8.064556 (Bait-ul-Ahad Mosque) [M 31]
30. Bait-ur-Rasheed Mosque Schnelsen Hamburg 2012 "House of the Rightly Guided“. 2300 members, Metal factory bought in 1993. Renovated and two 14 m high minarets were built.[33] 53°38′3″N 9°54′17″E / 53.63417°N 9.90472°E / 53.63417; 9.90472 (Bait-ur-Rasheed Mosque) [M 32]
31. Bait-ul-Ahad Mosque Bruchsal Baden-Württemberg 2012 "House of the One“, plot bought in 2010, foundation 20. Sep 2011.[34]Completed 12 Dec 2012 49°7′12.9″N 8°34′58.7″E / 49.120250°N 8.582972°E / 49.120250; 8.582972 (Bait-ul-Ahad Mosque) [M 33]
32. Bait-ul-Baqi Pforzheim Baden-Württemberg 2012 "House of the ???“, foundation 16 Dec 2009, minaret 10 m;[35] costs € 750.000, Capacity for 150 members.[36] completed on 12 Dec 2012,[37] 48°54′2.5″N 8°39′26″E / 48.900694°N 8.65722°E / 48.900694; 8.65722 (Bait-ul-Baqi Mosque) [M 34]
33. Ata Mosque Flörsheim am Main Hesse 2013 "Gift Mosque“. The Penny super market in the Altkönigstraße was closed in 2010.[38] It was converted to a mosque since Oct. 2012.[39] 128 members from Flörsheim and Hochheim.[40] completed on 26 Jun 2013.[41] 50°0′57.4″N 8°25′48.8″E / 50.015944°N 8.430222°E / 50.015944; 8.430222 (Ata Mosque) [M 35]
34. Bait-ur-Raheem Mosque Neuwied Rhineland-Palatinate 2013 "House of the Merciful“, foundation 7 Nov 2009, completed on 25 Jun 2013, 2500 m² for 130 members.[42] two prayer halls 70 m² and a 10 m high minaret, costs € 500.000, First mosque in Neuwied.[43] 50°26′0.6″N 7°28′20.2″E / 50.433500°N 7.472278°E / 50.433500; 7.472278 (Bait-ur-Raheem Mosque) [M 36]
35. Dar-ul-Amaan Mosque Friedberg Hesse 2014 "House of Peace“. 300 members, plot 2000 m²,[44] foundation 29. May 2012,[45] completed on 7 Jun 2014. 50°19′23″N 8°44′33.2″E / 50.32306°N 8.742556°E / 50.32306; 8.742556 (Dar-ul-Amaan Mosque) [M 37]
36. Al-Mahdi Mosque Neufahrn bei Freising Bavaria 2014 "House of the Mahdi“. ? plot ??? m², completed on 9 Jun 2014. Conversion of a house into a mosque.[46]

48°19′21.3″N 11°39′35.7″E / 48.322583°N 11.659917°E / 48.322583; 11.659917 (Al-Mahdi Mosque) [M 38]

37. Mansoor Mosque Aachen North Rhine-Westphalia 2015 "Named after Mirza Mansoor Ahmad“. plot 300 m², 170 members, 14 m minaret, costs € 450.000, foundation 5 Jun 2012[47] completed on 23 May 2015.[48][49]50°47′28″N 6°6′50.8″E / 50.79111°N 6.114111°E / 50.79111; 6.114111 (Mansoor Mosque) [M 39]
38. Bait-ul-Wahid Mosque Hanau Hesse 2015 "House of the One (God)“, completed 27 May 2015.[50]50°7′25″N 8°55′0″E / 50.12361°N 8.91667°E / 50.12361; 8.91667 (Bait-ul-Wahid Mosque) [M 40]
38. Bait ul-Wahid Moschee, Hanau
39. Bait-ul-Qaadir Mosque Vechta Lower Saxony 2015 "House of the Omnipotent“, plot bought in 2010, 120 members, plot 2000 m², foundation 11. Oct. 2011, completed on 9 Jun 2015.52°45′6″N 8°16′39.2″E / 52.75167°N 8.277556°E / 52.75167; 8.277556 (Bait-ul-Qaadir Mosque) [M 41]
40. Subhan Mosque Mörfelden-Walldorf Hesse 2016 1600 m² plot for 500.000 Euro. 16 m minaret. Foundation 24 Jun 2013.[51]Completed on 9 Jul 2014. 49°59′14.8″N 8°34′38″E / 49.987444°N 8.57722°E / 49.987444; 8.57722 (Subhan Mosque) [M 42]
41. Salam Mosque Iserlohn North Rhine-Westphalia 2016 70 members, prayer hall 110 m², minaret 12 m, completed on 9 Oct 2016.[52] 51°24′26″N 7°41′34″E / 51.40722°N 7.69278°E / 51.40722; 7.69278 (Salam Mosque) [M 43]
46. Salam-Moschee, Iserlohn
42. Afiyat Mosque Waldshut-Tiengen Baden-Württemberg 2017 "House of the ?“, foundation ?, completed 10/04/2017, plot ? m², prayer hall ? m², two minaret ? m 47°37′52.1″N 8°15′56.4″E / 47.631139°N 8.265667°E / 47.631139; 8.265667 (Afiyat Mosque) [M 44]
43. Bait-un-Naseer Mosque Augsburg Bavaria 2017 "House of the Helper“, foundation 20 Nov 2009, completed on 11 Apr 2017.[53] capacity for 140 members[54] € 600.000 Euro[55] 48°23′40.8″N 10°52′53.2″E / 48.394667°N 10.881444°E / 48.394667; 10.881444 (Bait un-Nasir mosque) [M 45]
44. Bait-us-Samad Mosque Giessen Hesse 2017 "House of the Independent“ foundation 28. May 2012, completed on 21 Aug 2017.[56] 50°35′49.5″N 8°41′0″E / 50.597083°N 8.68333°E / 50.597083; 8.68333 (Bait-us-Samad Mosque) [M 46]
45. Bait-ul-Hamid Mosque Fulda Hesse 2019 350 members,[57] 4.500 m² plot for 350.000 Euro, 15 m high minaret.[58] foundation 26 Jun 2013[59] completed on 20 Oct 2019.50°32′24.4″N 9°41′14.7″E / 50.540111°N 9.687417°E / 50.540111; 9.687417 (Bait-ul-Hamid Mosque) [M 47]
46. Bait-ul-Baseer Mosque Nahe Schleswig-Holstein 2019 "House of the All-Seeing“ in Mahdi Abad, plot 176.479 m² bought in Jun 1989,[60] foundation 14 Jun 2011,[61] completed on 25 Oct 2019.[62] 53°47′49.5″N 10°8′17.1″E / 53.797083°N 10.138083°E / 53.797083; 10.138083 (Bait-ul-Baseer Mosque) [M 48]
47. Mubarak Mosque Wiesbaden Hesse 2019 "House of the ?“, foundation 04/06/2014, completed 14/10/2019, plot ? m², prayer hall ? m², ? minaret ? m 850 members 50°4′27.3″N 8°12′21.7″E / 50.074250°N 8.206028°E / 50.074250; 8.206028 (Mubarak Mosque) [M 49]
48. Sadiq Mosque Karben Hesse Under construction Foundation 07 Jun 2014 50°14′44.2″N 8°44′57.1″E / 50.245611°N 8.749194°E / 50.245611; 8.749194 (Sadiq Mosque) [M 50]
49. Bait-ur-Rehman Mosque Nuremberg Bavaria Under construction "House of the Gracious“, foundation ?, completed ?, plot ? m², prayer hall ? m², ? minaret ? m 49°25′11.5″N 11°4′52.5″E / 49.419861°N 11.081250°E / 49.419861; 11.081250 (Bait-ur-Rehman Mosque) [M 51]
50. N. N. Erfurt Thuringia Under construction Foundation 13 Nov 2018 [M 52]
N. N. Leipzig Sachsen In planning [63]

[64]

N. N. Mainz-Hechtsheim Rhineland-Palatinate Planned Capacity for 200 members, 49°57′37″N 8°15′13″E / 49.96028°N 8.25361°E / 49.96028; 8.25361 (Hechtsheimer Gewerbegebiet mosque)
N. N. Pinneberg Schleswig-Holstein Planned Capacity for 940 members“[65]
N. N. Dreieich Hesse Planned 550 m² for 250 members, 400.000,– €,[66] 50°0′47.5″N 8°41′24.5″E / 50.013194°N 8.690139°E / 50.013194; 8.690139 (Rostädterstraße mosque)
N. N. Stuttgart Baden-Württemberg Planned [67] Not sold [68] 48°50′15″N 9°9′30″E / 48.83750°N 9.15833°E / 48.83750; 9.15833 (Porschestraße mosque)
N. N. Heidelberg Baden-Württemberg Planned [69]
N. N. Hochheim Hesse Planned [70]
N. N. Betzdorf-Alsdorf Rhineland-Palatinate Planned 50 members[71]
N. N. Schwalmtal North Rhine-Westphalia Planned For the area Mönchengladbach and Viersen[72]
N. N. Bad Homburg Hesse Planned 50°13′0″N 8°36′25″E / 50.21667°N 8.60694°E / 50.21667; 8.60694 (Urselerstrasse mosque)[73]
N. N. Nürnberg Bavaria Planned plot 800 m², 13 m minaret, 100 members[74] 49°25′15″N 11°4′30″E / 49.42083°N 11.07500°E / 49.42083; 11.07500 (Conradtystraße mosque)
N. N. Marburg Hesse Planned Search for a plot [75]
Bait-Ur-Rasheed.jpg
Bait us-Sabuh (Frankfurt, 2000)
Bait us-Sabuh (Frankfurt, 2000)
Other projects
  1. Bait ul-Malik (Berlin-Reinickendorf, 1988, 52°33′50″N 13°19′3″E / 52.56389°N 13.31750°E / 52.56389; 13.31750 (Bait ul-Malik mosque))
  2. Bait us-Salam ("House of peace“, Freinsheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, 1993, 49°30′21″N 8°12′40″E / 49.50583°N 8.21111°E / 49.50583; 8.21111 (Bait us-Salam mosque))
  3. Bait us-Sabuh ("House of the Holy“, Frankfurt-Bonames, Deutschlandzentrale seit 2000, 50°11′30.6″N 8°39′28.2″E / 50.191833°N 8.657833°E / 50.191833; 8.657833 (Baitus-Sabuh mosque))

Notes

  1. ^ Website Fazl-e-Omar Moschee
  2. ^ Website Nuur Moschee
  3. ^ Website Bait-ul-Shakoor Moschee
  4. ^ Website Hamd Moschee
  5. ^ Website Basharat Moschee
  6. ^ Website Nuur-ud-Din Moschee
  7. ^ Website Fazl-e-Omar Moschee
  8. ^ Website Nasir Moschee
  9. ^ Website Tahir Moschee
  10. ^ Website Aziz Moschee
  11. ^ Website Habib Moschee
  12. ^ Website Bait-ul-Huda Moschee
  13. ^ Website Bait-ul-Aleem Moschee
  14. ^ Website Bashier Moschee
  15. ^ Website Mahmud Moschee
  16. ^ Website Bait-ul-Nasir Moschee
  17. ^ Website Bait-ul-Jame Moschee
  18. ^ Website Bait-ul-Muqiet Moschee
  19. ^ Website Sami Moschee
  20. ^ Website Bait-ul-Karim Moschee
  21. ^ Website Anwar Moschee
  22. ^ Website Qamar Moschee
  23. ^ Website Khadija Moschee
  24. ^ Website Ehsan Moschee
  25. ^ Website Bait un-Nasr
  26. ^ Website Bait-ul-Afiyat Moschee
  27. ^ Website Bait-ul-Ghafur Moschee
  28. ^ Website Bait-ul-Hadi Moschee
  29. ^ Website Bait-ul-Aman Moschee
  30. ^ Website Bait-ul-Baqi Moschee
  31. ^ Website Bait-ul-Ahad Moschee
  32. ^ Website Bait-ur-Rasheed Moschee
  33. ^ Website Bait-ul-Ahad Moschee
  34. ^ Website Bait-ul-Baqi Moschee
  35. ^ Website Ata Moschee
  36. ^ Website Bait-ur-Raheem Moschee
  37. ^ Website Dar-ul-Amaan Moschee
  38. ^ Website Al-Mahdi Moschee
  39. ^ Website Mansoor Moschee
  40. ^ Website Bait-ul-Wahid Moschee
  41. ^ Website Bait-ul-Qaadir Moschee
  42. ^ Website Subhan Moschee
  43. ^ Website Salam Moschee
  44. ^ Website Afiyat Moschee
  45. ^ Website Bait-un-Naseer Moschee
  46. ^ Website Bait-us-Samad Moschee
  47. ^ Website Bait-ul-Hamid Moschee
  48. ^ Website Bait-ul-Baseer Moschee
  49. ^ Website Mubarak Moschee
  50. ^ Website Sadiq Moschee
  51. ^ Website Bait-ur-Rehman Moschee
  52. ^ Website Moschee-Neubau

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