M’sian-built mosque completed by Dec 
Published on: Wednesday, August 21, 2019
By: Bernama
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KUALA LUMPUR: The construction of a mosque by Antarabangsa, a non-governmental organisation in Kampung Thamer, Cambodia is expected to be completed by the end of this year.

Its chairman Datuk Dr Mustapha Ahmad Marican said the mosque, which cost about US$ 100,000 (RM405,090), was the sixth mosque built by the organisation in Cambodia.

“The construction started since last May. It is made of bricks and it has a praying area for women at the upper level. The mosque also has a space for religious school or kindergarten as well as a field for sports.

“It is equipped with solar power so that the village does not need to face the expensive electricity rate here. In terms of water supply, several wells will be built for the facility,” he said in a statement here. 

He added that the construction of the mosque would benefit the villagers in carrying out their daily activities including education and religious activities. – Bernama



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