FIA, has been serving fredericton muslims since 1995. Please click on the services below for a detailed description and
persons to contact. If you have any further questions please use the contact link.
Subject TitleStart DateStart Time
Funeral and Cemetery Services
What to do when a loved one passes away?
Cemetery Committee Contacts:
Sherif Fahmy: 506.472.9497
McAdam Funeral Home, 160 York Street, Fredericton, NB, 506.458.9170
Noureddin Kassimi ( Hospital Chaplancy): 506. 458.7232
Weddings / Nikah Service
Our Masjid offers a traditional setting for your most sacred Nikah celebration.
Br. Abid Sheikh from Saint John, NB is licensed to perform Nikah in New Brunswick. He can be reached at (506) 696 4384.
Kosher and Halal
Kosher foods fall into three categories: meat, dairy, and "pareve"
Kosher laws preclude eating or serving dairy together with meat. Dairy and meat products must always be kept separate in order to be considered kosher.
“K” or “OU” by itself could indicate that the food is pareve, meaning that it doesn’t contain meat or dairy, but it may contain fish, eggs, or honey.
Foods that contain meats or meat derivatives will contain either the word ‘meat’, ‘glatt’, or an ‘M’ near the kosher symbol on the label. An “OU-M” symbol or an “OU-Glatt” symbol indicates that the product is Kosher meat. Since meat and dairy cannot be mixed under kosher dietary laws, kosher meat certified products must also be dairy free. However, these products may not be suitable for Muslim.
Food items and drinks showing the kosher symbol containing alcohol are not halal.
Where to buy Halal Food?
Walmart , Atlantic Superstore, Sobeys
Victory Meat Market
334 King Street, Fredericton, NB
123 York St, Fredericton
Simply Fresh Desi Cuisine
506 259 9964
Halal Station (Online only)
506 447 0525.