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Haci Edip Ozer mosque opens for worship in Yemen
The Haci Edip Ozer mosque constructed by IHH opens for worship in the city of Al Mahwit, Yemen.
Yemen 30.06.2015

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation constructed a mosque in Yemen. 

The construction of the mosque commenced in 2015 and was named “Haci Edip Ozer.” The mosque built on a 100 square meter area consists of a fountain and toilet area.

Besides being an area for worship, the mosque which has the capacity to fit 100 people, will be an area of gatherings where sermons will be herd and events could be held.


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