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Available Programs at Georgia Islamic Institute

Georgia Islamic Institute is intended to offer the Muslim youths in the region an alternative academic program comprises of religious and intellectual sciences in a conducive atmosphere. The Georgia Islamic Institute aims at producing Muslim scholars, social sciences and ideal sound leadership for the noble cause of Islam and humanity. Parents and guardians from all walks of life are earnestly requested to register their children in the programs available in the Institute and not missing the Golden Chance that belongs to the future of their beloved ones.

Programs are available to local as well as distant students. Please contact Georgia Islamic Institute for details.

Hifz al-Qur'an al-Karim
This is one of the major programs of the Institute designed for male children of age between eight and ten to memorize the Holy Qur'an in their early age. Students of 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades with fluent reading of the Holy Qur'an are eligible for admission in this class.

Madresatul Banaat (Islamic Education for Girls)
We encourage our sisters at Madresatul Banaat to receive a sound education, which, Insha Allah, will instill a fear and love for Allah (swt) in their hearts, and allow them to communicate and thus propagate our beautiful deen to thier children and others, both through their words and actions. We take upto 20 female students in this program.

Home Schooling Facility
Georgia Islamic Institute provide facility and internet for home schooling program for Middle School and High School students. Student could enroll in any approved home schooling program offered by State or other private schools.

Computer Lab
Georgia Islamic Institute has setup a computer lab to support home schooling students. Facility is provided for students to use their laptop for school assignments.

Al-Uloom al-Islamiyah
This is another basic six years program of the Institute planned for a deep study of the Arabic language and Islamic traditional sciences such as al-Qur'an, al-Hadith, al-Fiqh, Seerah, Islamic History & Civilization, etc.

Evening Class for al-Qur'an al-Karim
Evening Class for al-Qur'an al-Karim (four days a week) is arranged for those children of age 6-12 who, for some reason, are unable to attend the daytime regular classes of the Institute. In this class, the children learn how to read properly the Arabic text of the Holy Qur'an along with some basic teachings of Islam.

Tafseer Halaqah
With the grace of Allah Almighty and the great efforts of our scholars, the Noble Quran was handed down from generation to generation until it reached us. Now it is our turn and our obligation to pass it down to the next generation. In this regard, Georgia Islamic Institute has arranged Tafseer Halqah three days a week.

Every Friday after Maghrib
Every Saturday and Sunday after Fajr salat

To support the Institute in its religious and academic services to the Muslim community in the United States, please send your donations to the:

                 Georgia Islamic Institute
                 177 Simonton Road
                 Lawrenceville, GA 30046

All donations to the Institute are tax deductible.

For more details contact: 
            Dr. Hafiz A. Ghaffar Khan (Director)
Phone: 770-339-1122 Cell: 404-348-3479 Fax: 770-995-3118

About Georgia Islamic Institute
Georgia Islamic Institute is an independent religious, educational, non-profitable, non-sectarian and non-political institution committed solely to the religious, moral and intellectual training of the Muslims specially the youths in America. It is neither affiliated with any other organization nor subservient to any foreign state or government. It was duly incorporated as non-profitable organization on April 28, 1995 under the Laws of the State of Georgia. In August 1996, the Institute started its academic program in a rented place in the city of Lawrenceville, Center of Gwinnett County in Atlanta, Georgia. Presently, the Institute campus is spread over about 13 acres of land in the heart of Lawrenceville comprises of large Masjid (about 6,000 sq. f.), and school building (about 22,000 sq. f.) and few residential houses. The Institute has also, by the Grace of Almighty Allah, succeeded in establishing an independent Muslim Cemetery on a five-acre land close to the main campus.

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