Being Canadian

What it feels like to attend Friday prayers at a Calgary mosque

This is what it’s like to attend Jumu’ah (Friday prayer) at Canada’s largest mosque, Baitun Nur, which means “house of divine light.” Built by the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Calgary, the mosque covers 4,500 sq. m and is intended to be a symbol of peace for the city.

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