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The Muslim American Society of Boston works to educate, organize, and empower the Muslim community to be active, contributing citizens who are civically engaged, and who are motivated by Islamic values. We strive to achieve this mission by: teaching young Muslims social responsibility and equipping them for leadership, educating and organizing the Muslim community towards civic engagement, developing interfaith understanding and cooperation, and partaking in coalitions on issues of shared concern faith and cultural programming for youth and families.

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Vision: To build a community of leaders rooted in the Islamic tradition, committed to American ideals and empowered to serve the common good. The 70,000 square foot structure is not just a mosque, but a dynamic cultural center that is designed to serve the entire community. The ISBCC houses a school, a café, and its multipurpose space is used for various functions and events, including but not limited to interfaith, nonprofit, cultural, and educational organizations. Future planning calls for a library, an interfaith center, an exhibition space and a morgue. The greater Boston area has had a hand in its construction, and its leadership reflects the full diversity of our community.