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Uthman Mosque

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Uthman Mosque

Uthman Mosque (also known as 'Othman' Mosque or 'Mosquée de Othmane') is a mosque for Muslims of all traditions and ethnic groups[1] inaugurated on 1 April 2006[2] in Villeurbanne, France, near Lyon.

It is a three-storey building paid for by contributions from French Muslims, covering 1200 square metres and including a large library and an Arabic school catering for 250 students. As of 2012 the imam was Azzedin Gaci. [3]

External links

  • Photo of Uthman Mosque on the 'Observatoire de Islamisation' website


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