CCMM stands for Centre Communautaire Musulman de Montréal and was established in 1999 mainly by the lebanese community. Located in St-Leonard, the Centre is dedicated to meet the spiritual, social and educational needs of Muslims in
How the sisters and brothers can respect each other?
Question: I am a twenty year-old girl. I live on my nerves to a degree that I have no confidence in my abilities to lead a happy life. Our house is like a wrestling ring full of crying and shouting amongst my sisters and brothers. We do not agree with each other on most things. We stand against each other in every situation and always frown at each other. None of us respects the other. All of us know that this is bad morale, but we do not know how and why we have been so! What is the way to change our state? Please, do you have a solution to our complicated problem?
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Sunday, 18 November 2007

The following services are offered by the Center:

Religious and Social consultations Contact Cheikh Ali Sbeiti - 514-277-3999 
Wedding contractAccording to the Islamic law, registration in Quebec (marital status).
Contact Cheikh Ali Sbeiti - 514-277-3999
Solving family & social problemsSocial and/or business problems - Contact Cheikh Ali Sbeiti - 514-277-3999
Arabic schoolContact Layla Farhat - 514-277-3999
Renting the reception hall
For all occasions (weddings, birthdays, funerals). Capacity: 600 people.
Contact Ali Farran - 514-277-3999
TaekwondoContact Mahdi Sbeiti - 514-803-3712
Youth Soccer team Contact the center's administration - 514-277-3999