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Asalaam 'alaikum.

My name is Nūh and I'm a revert living in Richmond, Virginia. I was wondering if there were any other brothers living here. If so, inn sha Allah we could meet up. I don't know any other Muslims in my area, so it's good to keep links and ties with one another just in case we need each other.

 

 

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35 minutes ago, Nūh said:

Asalaam 'alaikum.

My name is Nūh and I'm a revert living in Richmond, Virginia. I was wondering if there were any other brothers living here. If so, inn sha Allah we could meet up. I don't know any other Muslims in my area, so it's good to keep links and ties with one another just in case we need each other.

 

 

Welcome to ShiaChat, brother Nuh, nice to see you on here! :grin:

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A few years ago there was this same question. There is a center, but when I lived in Richmond I never went, so I can't say anything about it.

Jerusalem Market and Deli on Hull St Rd has all halal products, and is a good clean store with reasonable prices and lots of selection, or at least it was good a few years ago when I lived there.

I'll see if I can find the previous discussion.

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