Donation of Prayer Rugs

As-salamu alaykum brothers and sisters
The Tri-State Islamic Center wishes to collect 200 prayer mats for Afghan refugees. Please help us reach our goal by dropping the rugs at the Mosque entrance or donate money to help us buy new rugs by clicking on the links below:


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Islamic View On Racism

The Dubuque Tri-State Islamic Center extends its deepest sympathy to the family of George Floyd. Dozens of senseless and brutal beatings and innocent deaths have occurred of police brutality across the country. This must stop! Black lives indeed do matter and as Muslims we are commanded by Allah to stand with justice, to rise up against injustice, to uphold truth even against oneself and to call out falsehood even if against oneself. […]

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Watch Dubuque Tri-State Islamic Center Friday sermon and prayer live here every week starting at 1:30PM
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Verses from the Quran

In The Quran, in Surah al-Baqarah, Allah has enjoined fasting upon Muslims. This article enlists four verses from The Quran that make mention of Ramadan and stress the importance of fasting.


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Welcome to our mosque

Welcome to the website of Tri-State Islamic Center in Dubuque, Iowa. The center is the first landmark and pride for our city and the muslim community.  The mosque occupies about 8,200 square meters of land, has a capacity of 150 worshipers, and a 72 foot high minaret topped with a gold leaf crescent”. This mosque is a strong resource for the Muslim and non-Muslim community to learn about Islam and increase their faith in God. The community can learn through this mosque ways to implement Islam in our daily lives, from the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.

Our community consists of nearly every kind of ethnic group found in the Muslim world and beyond which brings a wonderful variety of people to each community activity.