Masjid Al-Nasser Abpi – White Mosque
Masjid Al-Nasser Abpi is a mosque in Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao, the Philippines. It is also known as the White Mosque because of its white color that symbolizes purity and peace. The mosque was built by Datu Nasser Abpi, a prominent leader and philanthropist in Maguindanao. The mosque also serves as a center for Islamic education and social services.
The mosque has a majestic design that features a large dome and four minarets that are adorned with silver crescent moons and spires. The structure also has golden accents on its windows and cornices that run around the mosque walls. The mosque has a two-story structure that was completed in 2017, just in time for the Eid al-Fitr, one of the major religious holidays of Islam. The mosque has a sign that reads: AHLAN WASAHLAN, MASJID AL-NASSER ABPI, which means "welcome" in Arabic.
The mosque is one of the most visited attractions in Maguindanao Province, as it stands out for its bright white color and aesthetic appeal. The mosque is also a symbol of hope and change for the people of Maguindanao, who have suffered from violence and conflict for decades. The mosque is a testament to the faith and generosity of Datu Nasser Abpi, who dedicated his life to serving his people and promoting peace and harmony in Mindanao.