Masjid Ibraheem
Newark, United States
The Masjid Ibraheem of the Islamic Society of Delaware (ISD) is the largest mosque in Delaware. According to Omar Khalidi, it was constructed from 1990-1991 by Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers of Newark, Delaware. It is a one-story rectangular building with a pointed roof, and a squat white minaret above the eastern end.

In October 2000, the ISD broke ground on an expansion on the eastern side of the original masjid building. This expansion, completed in phases over several years, included a multipurpose hall, classrooms, a mezzanine prayer space for women, and additional prayer space for the community.

Sources:

Islamic Society of Delaware. "Construction Project." Accessed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine May 14, 2015. http://web.archive.org/web/20081103004523/http://isdonline.org/.

Islamic Society of Delaware. "Groundbreaking." Accessed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine May 14, 2015. http://web.archive.org/web/20010503055215/http://isdonline.org/GroundBreaking.html.
Location
28 Salem Church Road, Newark, United States
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Events
1990-1991/1410-1411 AH
Variant Names
Masjid Ibraheem
Masjid Ibrahim
Variant
Islamic Society of Delaware
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Building Usages
mosque
religious
Keywords
purpose-built mosques