Muslims find temporary spot to pray after fire destroys Al Huda Mosque in Wakefield

Because the mosque was the only place of worship for miles, members met today in a park just outside of P.S. 21.

Because the mosque was the only place of worship for miles, members met today in a park just outside of P.S. 21. (5/3/13)

THE BRONX - Muslims in Wakefield have united in prayer today following the destruction of the Al Huda Mosque in a fire yesterday.

Because the mosque was the only place of worship for miles, members met today in a park just outside of P.S. 21.

Congregants say Community Board 12 is helping them find a new mosque, but they still hope to someday rebuild the mosque they lost.
 

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