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Al Faruk Temple No. 145 in Columbus

Webmaster: Noble Rinza C Burton, Jr

Potentate's Ball 2010
Potentate's Ball 2013

Al Faruk Temple No. 145

in Columbus, Georgia

Temple meets every third Thursday @ 7:30pm / Divan meets every second Thursday @ 6:00pm



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Luke 23:43 

And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise.
Surat Al-`Ankabūt (The Spider) 29:57- سورة العنكبو

Every soul will taste death. Then to Us will you be returned.
Payment Mailing Address
Al Faruk Temple No. 145
c/o Noble Rinza C Burton Jr
2211 Egins Court
Columbus, Georgia 31907-7623
Temple Mailing Address
Al Faruk Temple No. 145
815 Sixth Avenue
Columbus, Georgia 31901
Al-Farooq (also spelled El-Farouk or Al Farouk) is an Arabic given and family name derived from an
honorific of Umar, an early Muslim leader, and by extension means “The Chief”
​has arrived, it has become a common given or place name throughout the Muslim world.
Organized: May 6, 1945

Chartered the 14th day of the month RAMADAN, Hegira 1364,

which corresponds to August 23rd, 1945.

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