Sana Muttalib

Women's Mosque of America

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Co-president of the Women's Mosque of America

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Last Friday was the first day of prayer in the Women’s Mosque of America, located in downtown Los Angeles. It’s available only to women—the first of its kind in the United States.

The First Women’s-Only Mosque in the US – Right Here in LA

Last Friday was the first day of prayer in the Women’s Mosque of America, located in downtown Los Angeles. It’s available only to women—the first of its kind in the United States.

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