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Malcolm Shabazz Mosque

Malcolm Shabazz Mosque, located at 102 West 116th Street in New York City, was one of the first purposely-designed mosques and the biggest one to be built in its period in the Harlem area. Muhammad’s Temple of Islam Number 7 was renamed in 1976 to commemorate Malcolm X’s legacy as one of the congregation’s leaders in 1956-1964. Initially, this mosque belonged to the Nation of Islam, a Black nationalist organization promoting “Islam” in a significantly different form from traditional Islam, but currently, this mosque hosts a Sunni Islam congregation, which is one of the most significant branches of Islam right now, followed by around 90% of Muslims around the world. Today, the leader of this mosque is Imam Izak El-Pasha, the first American-born leader this organization has ever had.