Once the founder dedicates a particular property for the purpose of a public mosque, no Muslim can be denied the right to offer prayers therein on the ground that the mosque fell into disuse long back.

Excerpt: it is a fundamental principle of the Mohammedan Law of Wakf that when a mosque is built and consecrated by public worship, it ceases to be the property of the builder and vests in God. A mosque once so consecrated cannot in any case revert to the founder and every Mohammedan has the legal … Continue reading Once the founder dedicates a particular property for the purpose of a public mosque, no Muslim can be denied the right to offer prayers therein on the ground that the mosque fell into disuse long back.