Masjid Furqaan Chicago also known as Furqaan Dawah Center was founded in 2010 as a non-profit division of Al-Furqaan Foundation and is based in Chicago, Illinois. It is a modest Islamic outreach center and mosque, with its operational philosophy based on the primary reference of the Holy Quran and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Masjid Furqaan Chicago is always working to improve the respect and cultivate its own identity and presence in the culturally diverse South Shore community as a welcoming space and peaceful retreat for worship, and as a source for religious guidance and social services for its Muslim patrons. Consequentially, the Center currently offers 5 daily prayers and weekly Friday congregations services led by its resident, or visiting guest Imams.
Masjid Furqaan Chicago is also committed to disseminate the teachings of Islam and dispel its many misconceptions, by providing the local community and its patrons with free Islamic literatures and distributions of free Quran. In addition, the Center advocates and encourages inter-faith learning circles and group discussions for its Muslim and non-Muslim patrons with the aim to enhance the understanding of Islamic teachings and appreciation of its principles of equality, tolerance, forgiveness, mutual support and cooperation.