Masjid Noor Long Island, 1032 Park Ave, Huntington, NY 11743

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Masjid Noor

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Islam is the largest and fastest growing faith in the world. The word “Islam” is an Arabic word that means “peace, purity, submission and obedience to the will of Allah.”


First JUMA at 1:30 PM | Second JUMA at 2:30 PM | student Juma 3:30



Who Are We

Masjid Noor is a 501(c) religious organization. Masjid Noor is located in Huntington, on the north shore of Long Island in Suffolk County, New York.

Without your Generous Support, Masjid Noor would not be where it is today.


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Sister’s Classes

A sisters Halaqa takes place at 11:30am every Tuesday morning. This is led by Aalima Sana Izhar. It’s a great opportunity for the sisters to learn about Deen and get the answers to their questions from a qualified Aalima.


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Monthly Community Nights

Regular Monthly Youth programs are led by our Youth Director, Maulana Rafiq Faiz. These programs are geared toward kids ages 6+. Programs include play time, taleem and food.

Youth Summer Camp

Masjid holds Summer Camp for all school age kids (boys and girls) every year. The programs are designed to help kids learn about Islam in a fun and engaging environment. Our camps also include weekly field trips.

Next Steps

Lots of Ways to Get Involved.

Saturday Islamic Classes

Masjid Donations

Haj & Umra

Maktab (Qu’ran Classes)

Masjid Events

Masjid Education Vision

School Donation

Youth Programs


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About Masjid Noor

Masjid Noor is a 501(c) religious organization and located in Huntington, on the north shore of Long Island in Suffolk County, New York. The Masjid serves as the central hub for the Muslims in the area.


Masjid Education Vision

To provide our Community’s Youth with a strong foundation of Islamic knowledge so they may grow into practicing, educated and exemplary Muslims as well as model citizens..


Prayer Night

Last 10 Days of Ramadan

Muslims observe this sacred month of Ramadan to mark when Allah sent an Angel Jibrāīl to Prophet Muhammad with the first revelation of the Quran. This revelation is known as the “night of power” or ‘Laylat al-Qadar’ in Arabic..