Bilal Islamic Center is a mainstream Muslim Community with more than a half-century of heritage. Learn about our 50 year history and the evolution of Islam in Los Angeles.
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Visit one of the crown jewels of Los Angeles! Bilal Learning Center is a multi-million dollar educational complex and home to the Center For Advanced Learning.
The basis of Zakat is given in the Quran:
"Of their goods take alms, that so thou might purify and sanctify them; and pray on their behalf, verily thy prayers are a source of security for them." (9:103)
Bilal Islamic Center asks you to consider us when giving your Zakat this year. You can rest assured that your money will be used under the watch of Allah. We would be happy to receive and distribute your Zakat and Sadaqa to those who are in need Jazak Allahu Khaira.
Bilal Islamic Center is a non political, non-profit 501 (c) 3 charity organization.
Bilal Islamic Center joined the world today in mourning the loss of one of the greatest leaders of our time, Nelson Mandela. He was a man of exceptional influence who fought apartheid to become a beacon of hope for his people and the world.
Bilal Learning Center is reaching for new heights by partnering with BAIT-CAL Worldwide, to launch a new internet television network that will provide Islamic TV programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The new channel is called Muslim News Magazine TV
On Friday, September 27, newly elected Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti visited Bilal Islamic Center to greet the L.A. Muslim community and visit the Bilal Learning Center. Mayor Garcetti delivered an inspirational speech to those in attendance including several hundred students from the Center for Advanced Learning, which is hosted at the facility.
NewGround Spotlight 2013
"Standing Up for the Other"
Saturday, December 21st
Join Bilal Islamic Center and our 23 partners for an entertaining night of true stories, food, photo booths and more!
Doors open at 7pm. Stories at 8pm
Mack Sennett Studios
1215 Bates Ave 90029
$15 Advance Tickets $20 at the door.
If you've never been to a NewGround Spotlight you don't know what you're missing. Inspired by the wildly popular Moth Story Slams, six Muslims and Jews will share their true tales about what "standing up for the other" means to them as audience members have the opportunity to explore the concept for themselves through music, interactive art installations, photobooths and more. We're expecting over 200 people and for tickets to sell out! So buy early.
Bilal Islamic Center is now seeking financing to complete the next phase of our project, which is to build our new religious complex. Please donate to our effort!