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On Nov. 14, 2021, all roads lead to the re-opening of Muhammad Mosque No. 7 in historic Harlem New York; and Mosque No. 7C in East New York, in the people’s Republic of Brooklyn.

Over a year and a half has gone by since the doors of Muhammad Mosques and study groups around the country have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that swept the country and went worldwide in 2020.

In Harlem, where the historic Muhammad Mosque No.7 is located at 106 West 127th Street and where the much-loved and highly respected Min. Abdul Hafeez Muhammad, taught, counselled, held important summits with several elected officials, clergy, heads of street organizations and other leaders, before his untimely passing due to COVID-19 complications in April 2020, friends, family, guests, and supporters are invited to attend the inaugural re-opening to hear a special message delivered by Min.Arthur Muhammad entitled “The Dawn” of a new day, which will include messages and memories of his mentor, minister, and friend Abdul Hafeez Muhammad.

Meanwhile in Brooklyn, Min. Henry Muhammad, student minister at Mosque No. 7C (at 202 Pennsylvania Avenue, East New York), in the people’s Republic of Brooklyn said “As Salaam Alaikum everyone! The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has instructed us around the nation to re-open the doors of Muhammad Mosque! Join us in the Peoples Republic of Brooklyn, as we feed on ‘The Word of God.’”

All COVID safety protocols will be in effect.

Doors open @ 10:30 a.m. The program begins at 11am.

For more information call 347-267-2625 / or email:

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  1. the original Mosque #7 is Masjid Malik Shabazz in Harlem. KneeGrow Nazis are not Muslims. Hate groups are evil and being a black hate group don’t make it okay.

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