The Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) said: “Among what continues to accrue for a believer of his good works after death are the following: knowledge that he learned and then imparted to others, a pious child whom he left behind, a copy of the Quran that he bequeathed, a mosque that he built, a guest house he built for travellers, a river that he made to flow, and charity he spends from his wealth when he is in good health – all of this continues to avail him after his death.” [Sunan Ibn Majah and Sunan al-Bayhaqî – and graded as good (hasan) by al-Albani]
Every Muslim is aware of the position of build a Masjid in Islamic Society. The Holy Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) has termed as Salah (regular prayer) as a pillar of religion and he said “One who established prayer, in fact, establishes religion! And one who abandons prayers, breaks the founding pillar of religion”.The prayer that is truly approved in the sight of Allah (SWT) is the one offered with the congregation in the mosque. As for the prayer that is offered at home, the jurist call it an incomplete offering, meaning that it is imperfect.The perfect offering of the prayer is to offer it with the congregation in the masjid.Their are hundreds of remote villages across Pakistan where their is no access to a community mosque.
The Masjid is the heart of any Muslim community. Providing much more than a place of worship. This masjid will offer education and a base from which essential community services are delivered. Building a mosque will increase education for young Muslim children in pakistan.
As privileged Muslims, we know how wonderful it is to be able to go to the masjid regularly, and with your help build a mosque you can give your brothers and sisters in rural areas.
A large size Masjid for 300 people costs £8,500, a medium sized Masjid for 200 people costs £5,000
A small mosque for 100 people costs just £2,700.