The main concern for many reverts is that they want to a feel a part of the community and want to be accepted and experience Islam for what it really is. It may be difficult sometimes in the beginning because they might not know the right people, or haven’t found the right place. So, here’s a list of centers, usually used for Dawah and helping out with any questions you might have about Islam and its teachings.
1. Jeddah Dawah Center
JDC is a center for teaching Islam to non-Muslims and to teach Islam /Arabic to Muslims who do not speak Arabic in different languages such as; English, French, Tagalog, Urdu, Malayalam, Indonesian, Tamil, Amhari, Napoli, Sinhala, Bengali and many more.
2. Islamic Education Foundation Centre
Non-profit organization dedicated to lessons on different topics under the umbrella of Islam, in addition to organizing of Hajj trips.
Location: Ladies Branch – Behind Sabb Bank, Al Zahraa Dist., Jeddah.
Men Branch – Arafat St., Al Andalus Dist.
3. Dar Ul Dhikr
A non-profit private school in Riyadh devoted to teach students Arabic, Quran and the basic teachings of Islam.
Location: Al Hamami St., Al Sulemania Dist., Riyadh.
Tel: +966-1-4163012 / +966-1-4624366
4. Al Rabwa Office for Islamic Call and Guidance
Classes about Tawheed, Fiqh and Hadith in several languages.
Location: An Nasim , Ash Sharqi
Tel: +966 (1) 4916065, +966 (1) 4454900
5. Islamic Cultural Center
Islamic Cultural Center is a Dawah center in multi languages. They have multiple resources such as books and Sheikhs from different countries to make Dawah to Muslims and non-Muslims. Classes are for both adults and children.
Location: King Saud Street, besides SEIKO building, Dammam.
6. Hedayh Center
Cooperative office for call to, guidance and education of communities in Al Khobar.
Location: Southern Corniche, Al Rajhi Towers, Al Khobar