Umm Ul Quraa was founded in December 2014 by the local muslim community in Alexandria. The center now has daily 5 times prayers, Friday congregational prayers, Eid prayer, Taraweh in Ramadan. As well as Quran classes throughout the week.
The center was purchased for $550,000 A total of $348,000 has been paid off with a remaining balance of $202,000.
We need 200 people who wish to donate $1000 in order to pay off the remaining balance. When you visit the center don't forget to donate:
"Whoever builds a Mosque for Allah, Allah will build for him a similar house in JANNAH"
UUQC is dedicated to providing islamic studies to both adults and children within the community.
Our Nadira program is great for part time students looking to learn to read the quran properly.
Our weekly Hadith classes focus on islamic history, manners, seerath and more.
Sunday school helps students revisit islamic education while also pursuing a secular education.
We provide hifz classes throughout the week from Monday to Thursday.
Part Time Classes
Our part time classes are great for students who wish to supplement their secular studies with islamic education.
Members of UUQC
Shaikh Abdul Matin Noumani
His Eminence Shaikh Abdul Matin Noumani was born in Pakistan in 1947. He completed a Master's degree in Islamic Studies in 1968. He arrived to the USA in 1989. Since then thousands of Muslims in the USA received religious teachings from him. Several Islamic centers, mosques, and schools hosted his Islamic teaching lectures and programs.
Shaikh Muhammad Salim Noumani
Shaikh Muhammad Salim was born in Pakistan in 1972. He memorized entire Quran at the young age, pursued his Islamic education to earn Master's degree in Islamic studies in 1997. In the USA, since 1999, he has been teaching Quran, memorization of Quran (تحفيظ القرآن), Islamic studies (الدراسات الإسلامية / الحلقة), leading Salah (إمام), delivering sermons (خطيب) during the Friday prayer and Eid prayers, and performing religious marriages (نكاح).
Shaikh Nisar Ahmad
Shaikh Nisar Ahmad (نثار أحمد) earned his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the USA. He is currently pursuing his degree in Islamic Studies (Dars Nizami). He has been delivering sermons (خطيب) during the Friday prayer and Eid prayers. He has served several Islamic centers, mosques, universities and schools in various Islamic education and social aspects. He has been an invited speaker for the interfaith lectures at Churches.
Hafiz Dawood has completed his memorization of the Holy Quran (تحفيظ القرآن) under the guidance of Shaikh Muhammad Salim at the Umm Ul Qura Center. He leads Obligatory, Jummah, Eid, and Taraweeh prayers at the center. Also, he teaches Quran, Islamic Studies to the youth at the center. Also, he is pursing his Islamic education and academic college education.