The Muslim Communities Association in Southern Florida is the largest mosque in southern Florida. It was founded by Arab and Pakistani immigrants and today has worshippers from Iran, Turkey, Bosnia, Africa and South America. The organization supports Muslim communities and helps develop education and social outreach programs for them in the community. Abdul Hamid Samra is the imam and director of religious service.
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Congregations|
|Locations||Africa, Central & South America, Florida, Iran, New York, Turkey, United States of America|