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Djibouti Set to Open Second Largest Mosque in the Country

The Masjid Al Rayan mosque is billed as the second largest mosque in Djibouti. The mosque will provide a place for worshipers who had to vacate their original neighbourhood in the old district of the capital due to a 2017 fire, which destroyed over 200 properties. Funded by Djibouti-Somaliland businessman and philanthropist Mohamed Said Guedi, the scope of the project has grown to include a school facility, accommodations, shops and other amenities. Mohamed Said Guedi plans to ensure the mosque will be at the heart of the community.

Click to read more about the Masjid Al Rayan mosque and the CEO Profle of businessman and philanthropist, Mohamed Said Guedi.

3D model of the Masjid Al Rayan, Djibouti.The initial idea of Masjid Al Rayan came from providing a place for worshipers who had to vacate their original neighbourhood in the old district of the capital. However, thanks to personal interest and generous funding by businessman and philanthropist Mohamed Said Guedi, the scope of the project has only expanded.

Magasins avec appartements et le bloc sanitaire avec local d'ablution

MINARET : Voile et plancher finis jusqu’au troisième niveau.

MOSQUEE : Structure finie à 100%. Dalle terrasse finie, exécution du dallage et des dômes en cours

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