Masjid Malcolm Shabazz Mosque, New York City

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Masjid Malcolm Shabazz, formerly known as Mosque No. 7, is a Sunni Muslim mosque in Harlem, New York. It was formerly a Nation of Islam mosque where Malcolm X preached until he left it for Sunni Islam in 1964.
Opened as Temple No. 7 of the Nation of Islam at the Harlem YMCA in 1946 (all Nation of Islam sites were initially called Temples; the NOI switched to the term mosque as a move to add to the Nation's legitimacy by adding elements from mainstream Islam), it was moved to Lenox Casino at 102 West 116th Street on the southwest corner of Lenox Avenue and it "was just a storefront in 1954 when Malcolm was named minister by Elijah Muhammad." When Malcolm X split from Elijah Muhammad in 1964, he started a Sunni Muslim mosque named The Muslim Mosque Inc. The successor to that mosque is The Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood Inc. at 130 West 113th Street, in Harlem.
In January 1964, Elijah Muhammad stripped Malcolm of his offices. Muhammad promoted James 3X as the new minister of Mosque No. 7.
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  • Lovely area and really felt at home. A little difficult to find the entrance but was helped by the locals. The mosque is hard to miss. Very close to the Metro station. Nearby you have several places where you can have a coffee and just enjoy. The mosque also has a school in connection from kindergarten to elementary school.
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  • Place of worship open to all hours of the day Muslim. Access to women is also available... Friday office hours is also given. Perfectly served by the line from Red metro, shops and restaurants nearby.
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  • Today Christians and Jews was in attendance and today's lecture was about peace God Bless America
  • Nice architecture. But it was closed at that time.

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