The history of the Muslim Association of Hamilton dates back to the 1960s, when the founding members, a group of Muslim McMaster University students originating from the Middle East and Southeast Asia, decided to settle in Hamilton. For almost half a century the MAH has administered hundreds of diverse projects ranging from community development, outreach, education, and construction. The original 15 founding families have grown to a community of over 30,000 Muslims consisting of over 35 nationalities who now call Hamilton home.
The Muslim Association of Hamilton (MAH) is a registered charitable organization dedicated to providing religious, educational and social services for the diverse Muslim community in Hamilton
The Muslim Association of Hamilton (MAH) is operating in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarions with Disabilities Act, MAH is committed to providing full access to the premises and eliminating any potential barriers that could hinder compliance to the Act . If you require any type of accommodations when visiting the MAH premises or if you require any information about the compliance to the Act, feel free to contact Adnan Saeed at firstname.lastname@example.org or Zafar Pasha Siddiqui at email@example.com.