Diyar Al Muharraq unveils new mosque and hall in flagship residential project

Once complete, the mosque will serve a neighborhood comprising approximately 160 residences

Diyar Al Muharraq will begin construction of a new mosque, named Malalla Mosque, as well as a hall, which is named after the late Yousif Abdulla Janahi, as part of the Sarat residential project. The move is said to align with the developer’s commitment to providing residents and visitors with the necessary facilities for a fully integrated modern city.

According to a statement, the ground-breaking is due to commence in May, with the contract for the construction of the Malalla Mosque and hall awarded to Tamam Contracting Company. The mosque is to span a total area of 844sqm and will include a prayer hall for both men and women, and an expansive parking lot. The hall will be exclusively designated for religious events.

Once complete, the mosque will serve a neighborhood comprising approximately 160 residences and will welcome over 200 worshippers at a time.

“Every year, Ramadan comes bearing goodwill, and it gives us great pleasure to announce the commencement of construction on the Malalla Mosque and hall in honour of the late Yousif Abdulla Janahi, in the Sarat project. This initiative comes in line with our ongoing commitment to serve the needs of residents and visitors of Diyar Al Muharraq and will work in synergy alongside the various facilities outlined in the masterplan. We look forward to continuing to build places of worship across the city, as they are foundational pillars to the communities we build,” said Diyar Al Muharraq CEO Engineer Ahmed Ali Alammadi.

Characterised by its traditional Bahraini design that was inspired by historic local architecture, the mosque’s aesthetics are further complimented by subtle modern touches, embodying the simplicity of authentic Bahraini heritage and Islamic architecture, making for a peaceful place of worship, the statement explained.

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