al-Khair Mosque

★★★★☆

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I went there, it was nice, I enjoyed my prayer, but then I looked around me and noticed everyone looking at me like I didnt belong there, It was very uncomfortable and uneasy to sit and listen to the imam speak, it seemed the attention was on me. I was thinking it was because of my big pregnnt belly, but then I heard from other sisters that the woman dislike american converts :( which is very sad for them to dislike another muslim.. But Allah only knows what will become of those who hate. but I got to pary and listen to the imam anyways...

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★★★☆☆

I went there, it was nice, I enjoyed my prayer, but then I looked around me and noticed everyone looking at me like I didnt belong there, It was very uncomfortable and uneasy to sit and listen to the imam speak, it seemed the attention was on me. I was thinking it was because of my big pregnnt belly, but then I heard from other sisters that the woman dislike american converts :( which is very sad for them to dislike another muslim.. But Allah only knows what will become of those who hate. but I got to pary and listen to the imam anyways...

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Although a large and beautiful edifice, I was amazed that women and children are delgated to a small upstairs room for prayer, It has a fine cafeteria, many cultures are in their community and they do hvae funbctions during some years and all muslims are welcome to attend Ouarnic aarabic classes taught by Youngstown Stte University Professor and Islamic studies depart head Dr. Mir.

PROS: free and large parking lot,friendly community
CONS: you may not feel like a part of the community , if you are different

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★★★★☆

Although a large and beautiful edifice, I was amazed that women and children are delgated to a small upstairs room for prayer, It has a fine cafeteria, many cultures are in their community and they do hvae funbctions during some years and all muslims are welcome to attend Ouarnic aarabic classes taught by Youngstown Stte University Professor and Islamic studies depart head Dr. Mir.

PROS: free and large parking lot,friendly community
CONS: you may not feel like a part of the community , if you are different

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