It is the Sahabah Masjid located in Orphan Village-1. This masjid is the biggest of all masjids constructed by OSU in Syria. The reason behind is the necessity in that area because of crowded population.
Markaz Ghuraba Masjid is a education center. It was built Binnish, near Idlib City, on 200m2 of land. It can accomodate 150 people to pray. The basement is where the youth center is located (110m2). Here is where many children will grow up, learn Quran and have fun.
This is the masjid project in Syria funded by Sydney Fundraiser Auction group who named it "Children of Australia".
Masjid Ayesha was built in Orphan Village-6 (House of Hommoud) as a part of the village project. It was designed relatively small to accommodate just the families inside the village
This small but very beautiful blue masjid was financed by a generous donator.
Khalid Ibn Waleed, a greatest commander in the history of Islam and the valuable companion of Rasulullah(sav). We strive to honour his name and remind him to the ummah.
Kuwait Al Khayr masjid was built in the intersection of Orphan Village 4 and 5, which is a relatively big one so that accomodate many people inside and the outside of the villages.
A sister requested from OSU to build a masjid for her in Syria. OSU team has completed this masjid in less than 2 months entirely mashaAllah!! One of the most crowdedly used masjids built by OSU.