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Islam in Finland


In Finland, Islam is a minority religion. Tatars were the first Muslims to arrive in the United States, mostly between 1870 and 1920. Following that, Finland experienced decades of relatively little immigration. Due to immigration, the number of Muslims in Finland has risen substantially since the late twentieth century. In Finland nowadays, there are hundreds of Islamic communities, but only a small percentage of Muslims have joined them. According to the Pew Research Center, around 2.7 percent of Finland's 5.5 million people are Muslim in 2016. When all language groups are taken into account, the true number is 1.8 percent. According to the high migration scenario, Finland's Muslim population could reach 15% by 2050, equating to over a million Muslims.

The mayor of Helsinki turned down a proposal to build a huge mosque using financing from Bahrain in December 2017. The proposal was denied because it was unknown which Islamic movement would dominate its prayers, posing a risk of radicalization and violence between religious groups.

In Finland, there are dozens of autonomous Islamic societies. The Finnish Islamic Association, which was founded in 1925, is the oldest. It has approximately 700 members, all of whom are Tatars. In Helsinki, Tampere, and Lahti, the society has mosques. Järvenpää Mosque is Finland's sole mosque built specifically for that purpose.

In 1987, the Islamic Society of Finland was founded. The majority of its members are Arabs, but there are also Finnish converts. In Helsinki, the group has a mosque and a Koran school. With around 2,000 members, the Helsinki Islamic Center is presently the largest society. Furthermore, in the Helsinki region, there are a dozen other Islamic organisations, some of which are not officially registered.


Islamic cemetery in Helsinki


The majority of mosques are bilingual, but English and Finnish are the most commonly spoken languages. Arabic is used in religious services.

How many mosques are in Helsinki?


  • Masjid al-Huda (Helsinki Islamic Center)
  • Al-Iman Mosque
  • Suomen Islamilainen Yhdyskunta
  • Madina Mosque
  • Resalat Islamic Community
  • Suomen Islam-Seurakunta مسجد
  • Islamic Rahma Center in Finland
  • Islamic Union Mosque
  • Hidaya Mosque
  • Dituria Albanian Islamic Center
  • Masjid Al-Hera
  • مسجد التقوى Al-Taqwa Mosque
  • Andalus Islamic Center
  • Dar Al Salam Mosque
  • Islamic Cultural Center, Helsinki
  • Masjid Al Taqwa Leppävaara
  • Umma Mosque
  • Masjid Ummah
  • Mosque - Moskeija - مسجد


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