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Some from our recent activities.


10/05/2019 On Friday, May 10, 2019, Sheikh Abdullatif Al Otaibi gave a lecture at the 45th International Book Fair 2019 in Argentina, the conference "La MIsericordia en la Islam", at the end of which he answered questions and Islamic material was distributed to the audience.


08/05/2019 On Wednesday, May 8, 2019 corresponding to 3 Ramadan of 1440 of the Hegira, the Deputy Director of the CCIAR, Mr. Naif T. Alfaeem has received the visits of the General Director of Cults Buenos Aires, Prof. Federico Pugliese, the Deputy Secretary of the Undersecretary of Citizen Liaison with Security, Mr. Juan Arenaza, and the Operational Manager, Mrs. Pilar Bosca. During the visit they toured the facilities of the CCIAR, including the school, the mosque and the cultural exhibition halls and at the end of it they were invited to taste the traditional dates and coffee of Saudi Arabia.


03/05/2019 Last Friday, May 3, 2019, the conference "Ramadan, its norms and virtues" was given by Sheikh Abdullateef Al Otaibi. At the end of it, the CCIAR imam answered questions about fasting, to the attending public.

Date distribution

03/05/2019 Every year, King Salmán Bin Abdul Aziz sends to the Islamic community of the Argentine Republic, dates for distribution during the blessed month of Ramadan thus strengthening the bonds between the peoples and providing the Muslims with this traditional food at the time of break of fasting. On Friday, May 3, 2019, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia S.E Ryadh Al Khenene delivered and distributed dates, special gift of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.

Personal Guided Tours (Maximum 9 Persons)

Monday Tuesday and Saturday, noon time. All visits are free. Visits are cancelled when it rains.
We remind you that the Islamic cultural Center Rey Fahd is a place of worship and we kindly request you wear appropriate attire (no low cut shirts or clothing above the knee)

Group Guided Tours (Minimum 10 Persons)

About Us

The Islamic Cultural Center "Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd in Argentina" is a clear example of the constant effort to present Arab culture and Islamic civilization, building strong bridges of dialogue that promote understanding and cooperation for peace and common good, through what God (The Almighty) says in the Quran:
"Oh mankind! We created you from a man [Adam] and a woman [Eve], and [from their offspring] We made you into nations and tribes so that you may know each other. Indeed, the most honorable of you before God is the most merciful ... ". ("The Chambers" verse 13)


When the construction of the Center was finished, the King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center was inaugurated by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz, Crown Prince then, on behalf of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd Ibn Abdulaziz, with the presence of the highest national authorities of Argentina, proceeding to discover the plaque on Monday 27 of Yumadah AlThani, year 1421H.of the Islamic Calendar, corresponding to September 25, 2000.

It was a solemn official ceremony held for that purpose with the participation of important Argentine government officials, members of the Arab and Islamic diplomatic corps, heads of schools, societies and Islamic entities in Argentina and the countries of South America and the Caribbean, as well as dignitaries from the Muslim community.

Our objectives

Serve Islam and the Islamic community in the Argentine Republic and in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Teach the Arabic language and make known the Islamic and Arabic culture.
Promote and expand the framework of cultural, educational, scientific, technical and artistic cooperation between the Argentine Republic and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Our vision

To be an Islamic center,cultural and educational in its global sense, committed to serving the community, consolidating the identity of the Muslim and providing services to the whole society.

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