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Between 1875 and 1912, seven Lebanese families immigrated to the Quincy area to escape the Ottoman Empire forming the basis of the Muslim community. In 1937, the Arab-American community created the Arab American Banner Society to promote Arab unity and cohesion as well as to champion American ideals. To cement their position in the community, the group founded the Quincy Mosque, of the Islamic Center of New England in 1963.
It consists of half of the Islamic Center of New England with its sister mosque in Sharon. The mosque has a membership of over two thousand and consist of 36 different nationalities. Jumu'ah prayers are held every Friday. Al Noor Academy began as a high school inside this mosque, before moving out in 2004. The mosque currently houses the Al-Bayan School.
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