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Darul Uloom is an open admission school for boys and girls, offering an academically challenging curriculum. Darul Uloom New York was founded in 1997. Its purpose was to establish an institute in which our children could be educated with true Islamic values in a humble Islamic environment.

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  • Alim Course
  • Alimah Course
  • Naazra Course
  • Hafiz Course
  • Academic Program
  • University Program

Needy and Orphan Students

The Prophet (SAW) said, ‘The one who cares for an orphan and myself will be together in Paradise like this’, and he (SAW) held his two fingers together to illustrate. ~Bukhari

Education helps provide stability to the Needy and Orphan’s  life moreover, it gives them the tools to better their future.  At Darul Uloom New York (DUNY), we want provide a safe environment, education as well as equip them with the skills and knowledge to better not only their lives but their communities as well.  
The donations from you are great appreciated.

You can donate Sadaqah and Zakat for this noble cause as well.

Darul Uloom Zelle: BOA@DUNY.US

Darul Uloom New York is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and contributions are tax-deductible.  

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Prayer Times

  • SalatStartIqamah
  • Fajr5:36 AM5:51 am
  • Zuhr12:45 PM1:00 pm
  • Asr4:53 PM5:08 pm
  • Magrib6:39 PM6:54 pm
  • Isha7:54 PM8:09 pm
  • Jumah1:30 PM
Location: Darul Uloom NY, Queens, NY

Friday, 30th September, 2022

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