Muslims among the MSU student body requested their own house of worship. The modern mosque fits easily and compatibly with its neighbors—the University Lutheran Church and the University United Methodist Church. The prominent, stylized, onion-shaped dome on the three-sided minaret clearly defines and expresses the historic origins of the religious group it serves. There is no added decoration on the exterior to detract from the simple function of prayers required five times a day. The Islamic Center includes both a mosque and an Islamic school.
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Islamic Center of East Lansing
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