San Diego is a popular city in California, a state of America. Islam is the third-largest religion practiced in America. Salah is the second pillar in Islam with the most fundamental value. Namaz is the fundamental duty in the life of a Muslim. Muslims offer salah five times a day. These five prayers serve the purpose of increasing faith and spiritual life. Apart from these obligatory prayers, there are special prayers held at Mosques known as Friday or Jumah prayers.
Muslims participate in Islamic events held at mosques like Ramadan drive, Eid ul Adha and Fijr prayers, Juma prayers, and Taraweeh. The objective served is to follow the Islamic instructions and live a life that is subservient to Allah.
Mosques and Islamic community centers have been playing a crucial part in strengthening the Muslim faith. Mosques and Islamic community centers like Islamic Islamic Center of San Diego (ICSD), Muslim Community Center of Greater San Diego, Masjidul Taqwa, Masjid Al-Rribat Al-Islami, Masjid Al-Ansar Mosque, Muhammad Mosque, and many other mosques that accommodate Muslims with separate prayer rooms, halls, cafes and auditorium where often sermon are held.