Jami Mosque, Toronto
|Location||56 Boustead Ave.|
|Architectural type||Converted Presbyterian church|
While Jami originally held a large number of Tablighi Jamaat followers, the numbers declined after a large influx of Gujarati Muslims immigration led to the leasing of a hall in eastern Toronto; and the eventual 1981 purchase of a building converted to Madina Mosque, which became the spiritual hub of Tablighi Jamaat. Jami then drifted towards finding leadership in the Muslim Students Association.
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- Doors Open Toronto, "Jami Mosque", 2009
- Jami Mosque: About us
- Shephard, Michelle. Guantanamo's Child: The Untold Story of Omar Khadr. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2008. ISBN 0-470-84117-6.
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