Young Muslims and Young Muslim Sisters are organizations that cater to the North American Muslim youth. Events like conferences, NeighborNETs, and more assist the youth with real-life issues like combating Islamophobia and the different temptations we face as Muslims in North America.
The Young Muslim Sisters of Baton Rouge began in 2012 to create a community of compassion, friendship, and love for our deen while enhancing the lives of those here in the dunya. We meet on Fridays every week at the main location of the Islamic Center of Baton Rouge for halaqas and activities.
To join us, request to join our GroupMe.
Shura: Coordinator Hannah Alkadi, Halaqah Support Miriam Tariq, Event Coordinator Zanib Hreish, Activity Coordinator Saleha Badat
Halaqas are every Friday after Maghrib prayer.
A halaqa (حلقة) is a religious gathering meant to study aspects of Islam, like the Qur’an or hadith. Members of YMSBR will give a halaqa once a week every Friday at Masjid Ar-Rahman after the Maghrib prayer and ending shortly before the Isha prayer.
Guests, including LSU students, are more than welcome to attend our halaqas. Please be sure to contact us beforehand to confirm that the halaqa is still meeting for that week.
This is a contact page with some basic contact information and a contact form.