Masjid As-Sabur (As-Sabur Mosque) is the oldest Masjid and the pioneering Muslim community organization in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada.
The history of the mosque dates back to the early 1970s tracing its roots to the Nation of Islam. In 1975 Masjid As-Sabur, then named Masjid Muhammad, made the transition to the mainstream Islam under the national leadership of Imam Warith Deen Muhammad. The physical and administrative precincts of Masjid As-Sabur consist of the Mosque, Fajr al-Islam School, a community health clinic and a number of committees such as Al-Ma'un (Neighborly Needs). The Masjid has established itself as a leading Islamic institution and community outreach center in the state of Nevada.
Among notable attendees of the mosque have been former heavyweight boxing champions Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson, as well as Laila Ali (daughter of the boxer, Muhammad Ali).
Fateen Seifullah 1999 to Present
Luqman Abdus-Salam 1996 to 1999
Mujahid Ramadan 1984 to 1996
Muhammad Abdullah 1975 to 1984