Baitul Ahad Mosque - Nagoya Japan


Baitul Ahad Mosque
Built: 20 November 2015
 Capacity: 800
Location: Nagoya, Japan

 The above picture is of the first Ahmadiyya Centre in Japan. The first ever purpose built mosque of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat was inaugurated on 20 Nov 2015 by the fifth Khalifa of the Promised Messiah (AS), Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad on his third tour to Japan. The Mosque has been named Baitul Ahad and is now the largest Mosque in Japan located in the Aichi Prefecture near Nagoya.

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Leipzig Germany

Ahmadiyya Moschee
Built: 2017 (Planned)
Capacity: 500
Location: Leipzig, Germany

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Waldshut-Tiengen Germany

Ahmadiyya Mosque
Built: Planning
Capacity: 200
Location: Waldshut-Tiengen, Germany

The current prayer center of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat has been granted with planning permission to build 2 Minarets and a Dome to the current site.

Sadiq Mosque - Nordhorn Germany

Sadiq Mosque
Built: 2017 (tbc)
Capacity: 250
Location: Nordhorn, Lower Saxony, Germany

Foundation stone for this mosque was laid by Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad on his European Tour on 14 October 2015.

Baitul Afiyat Mosque - Almere Netherlands

Ahmadiyya 'Green' Mosque Holland
Built: to be completed by 2016
Capcity: 500
Location: Almere, Netherlands

In cooperation with the municipality of Almere and the Dutch Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat the initiative has been taken to build a new mosque for the local Ahmadiyya Community. Located in the Magica Laterna Park in the Filmwijk in Almere lies a piece of land that was previously occupied by an emergency school building. The municipality wishes to redevelop the land with a building of religious function. To this end the Dutch Ahmadiyya Jamaat has initiated a plan to design and build a new mosque on this location. However, the subject of Islam has become a sensitive issue in current times. With global and local political and social unrest around the Islam, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat has taken a different approach for the design of their new mosque. The new mosque will be more transparent and open to the community, the structure itself is more contemporary and embedded into its surroundings. The acts of an isolated few cannot speak for the majority of a people. The Ahmadiyya Community wishes to show that, with their mosque and their faith, they are respectful, peaceful and open to others.Love for all Hatred for None

The foundation stone for the Mosque was laid by his Holiness Hadhrat Mirza Masroor on his Tour of the Netherlands on 7 October 2015.

Baitul Kareem - Kimbe, Papua New Guinea

Baitul Kareem 
Built: 1988
Capacity: 400
Location: Kimbe, Papua New Guinea 

It is the first Mosque ever built in Papua New Guinea

Baitul Hamd - Icacos Trinidad & Tabago

Baitul Hamd
Built: ?
Capacity: 100
Location: Icacos, Trinidad & Tabago

The Bait-ul-Hamd Mosque is adorned with the elements of Islamic houses of worship, namely, the minaret and domed roof. Located on the south-western most end of the island of Trinidad, in the fishing village of Icacos (a mere 11km away from Venezuela)