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Mosque No. 11
BostonMA FarrakhanHouseAndNoIMosque.jpg
Mosque No. 11 (right) and Farrakhan House (left)
Religion
AffiliationIslam
Location
Location35 Intervale Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts, United States
Minaret(s)0

Mosque No. 11, also known as Masjid Al-Quran, was a mosque in Boston, Massachusetts. The building came to prominence in the late 1950s when it was leased by the Nation of Islam and placed under the direction of Malcolm X, who was a minister there and at Mosques No. 7 and No. 12 until he left the religion for Sunni Islam in 1964.

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History

Previously used as a synagogue, 35 and 37 Intervale was purchased in 1957 as Temple No. 11 of the Nation of Islam in 1962 (all Nation of Islam sites were initially called Temples; the NOI later switched to the term mosque). The mosque was later moved to 2508 North Broad Street.

In 1952 Malcolm X became a minister at Mosque No. 11.[1][2] Louis Farrakhan was also a minister at Mosque No. 11, and 37 Intervale Street became his living quarters.[3] It was also considered a home of Malcolm X.

When Malcolm X left the Nation of Islam in 1964, he started a Sunni Muslim mosque named Muslim Mosque Inc.

See also

References

  1. ^ "The birth of the Nation of Islam". CNN. August 30, 2002. Retrieved March 12, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Malcolm X Biography Civil Rights Activist, Minister (1925–1965)". Biography. Retrieved March 12, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "Masjid Al-Qur'aan". ChurchOMania. Retrieved March 12, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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