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We are a Canadian Scouts Group sponsored by Anatolia Islamic Center. We are part of Scouts Canada and World Organization of Scouts Movement.We offer progams for boys and girls ages 5-17 (Beavers, Cubs, Scounts, Ventures) Learn more: Scouts Program

Karate Classes

  Anatolia Islamic Centre is excited to re-start Karate Classes with Instructor Mr. Raafat Elfeky, Third Degree Black Belt, with over 40 years of experience in Karate and Martial Arts. Classes A is divided into two levels; level I for beginners and level II for those with yellow belts and... more

AIC Ramadan Iftar Box

Anatolia Islamic Centre will be distributing iftar meal boxes during the month of Ramadan.  Every week on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays the iftar boxes will be shared with the community via drive-thru first-come, first-served basis. Each person will be receiving one box. Pick-up time will be 1... more

Eid Al-Adha Announcement

Eid Mubarak to you and your family! Eid al-Adha will be on Tuesday, July 20.  Anatolia Islamic Centre will be performing three Eid Prayers inshAllah.   Online Pre-Registration will open on Sunday, July 18 at 8pm (Link will be available below)  IMPORTANT AIC COVID-19 GUIDELINES: We... more

Anatolia Islamic Centre hosts its third annual Anatolia Taste of Ramadan Iftar Program

Anatolia Islamic Centre hosted its third annual multi-faith Iftar dinner titled "Anatolia Taste of Ramadan" on May 22, 2019 with local faith leaders joining the congregation to break the fast. On behalf of Anatolia Islamic Centre, we would like to thank you to all Religious Leaders for... more

News & Announcements

UPDATE: Statement on Mississauga man viciously beaten in the vicinity of Anatolia Islamic Centre

Attack occurred on Aimco Boulevard across from Anatolia Islamic Centre Anatolia Islamic Centre was saddened to learn that one of our congregants was physically attacked in the vicinity of our centre while on his way to attend prayers. As a result of the attack, our brother of Syrian... more

An Apology from the Toronto Sun

Correction by The Toronto Sun  The Toronto Sun has published an apology for the untrue and biased comments made by their columnist, Candice Malcolm about our centre and our Imam.  Detailed information about the article and the apology can be found  here.  Below is the apology that was... more

OP-ED: Recklessness with truth has dire consequences for targeted minorities

 Op-Ed from the ICMG Anatolia Islamic Centre ".... the Canadian media record reveals a consistent unacceptable pattern of defaming Canadian Muslims and Muslim organizations and then issuing quiet, back-page apologies long after the irreparable damage has been done. The effect of these false... more


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