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Oxford Schools mosque provides a place for students and staff to perform their prayers.

It is designed according to Muslim concepts with simple furniture and a floor entirely covered with carpet.

There are shelves lined with copies of the Holy Quran and religious books.

At religious events and during the month of Ramadan, religious lessons for interpreting verses of the Holy Quran are given and interested students are lectured on Islamic behavior and the right path.

Religious activities are monitored by the Islamic Education teachers in collaboration with the Religious Committee students.

Oxford Schools mosque was established in response to parents' requests, who were eager to build their children's character and behavior based on Islamic Principles advocated the return to religious values and ethics.