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Little Mosque is presented by a vibrant elderly woman. The Little Mosque TV show was first presented in the GETV, but is now on TLC. The presenter says that she started Little Mosque when she discovered that there is a lot of fighting between the Muslim faith and the Christian faith. That it worries her too much when she sees or hears that brothers and sisters in the Lord are fighting for what ever reason she can not understand. She says that all of us are made from the image of God. And for that reason we are one.

In her show, Little Mosque, she emphasizes the fact that all of us are one. Whether you are black or white. And whether you are a Christian or a Muslim. That God is not happy with the idea that people who call themselves his children are fighting and killing each other in the name of religious differences. That our God is not a God of war, but a God of peace. And as children of God, we should discourage the idea of fighting each other. That whatever differences we have can be solved amicably through dialogue.

She continues to say that the best option to manage any conflict is peace. That we should all stand up and make our voices heard by advocating for peace in the world rather than war. That peace does not cause us anything, but war can take away all that we love and have worked very hard for in a blink of an eye. It's brutally taking away the lives of innocent men, women, children, young and old, and even properties. Thereby inflicting pains and untold sorrows to mankind.

Little Mosque is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (92 episodes). The series first aired on January 7, 2007.

Where do I stream Little Mosque online? Little Mosque is available for streaming on CBC, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Little Mosque on demand at Amazon, iTunes online.

6 Seasons, 92 Episodes
January 7, 2007
Cast: Derek McGrath, Debra McGrath, Neil Crone, Manoj Sood, Sitara Hewitt
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Little Mosque Full Episode Guide

  • In a series finale that lets Little Mosque on the Prairie live up to it's namesake, Amaar prepares for the grand opening of the new Mosque, but things don't got quite as planned.

  • When Amaar finally reveals to Baber that he plans to be the Imam of the new Mosque, Baber revolts and tries to form a splinter Mosque. And Sarah attempts to rejoin the church choir, with fiery results.

  • When Amaar inadvertently tells everyone that the new Mosque is haunted, Sarah suggests he and Rayyan spend the night there to prove it's completely ghost-free. Meanwhile, a love-struck Nate goes to extreme lengths to ask Poppy out on a date.

  • Amaar is so consumed with his plans for the new Mosque, he manages to forget Rayyan's birthday. Baber and Thorne compete for clients at the mosque/church's last rummage sale.

  • "Amaar takes his first steps towards building the new Mosque, but all bets are off when everyone finds out his divine inspiration came from a chicken."

  • Ann's crush on Charles fuels old sibling rivalries when she encourages her new flame to help out with Rev. Thorne's Destination Church Spectacular. Also, Amaar gets a sign in an unexpected place.

  • Amaar and Rayyan's first official dinner party as a married couple goes off the rails when Thorne's brother Charles shows up in Mercy.

  • Amaar needs Baber and Thorne's cooperation to win a coveted Multi-Faith Award, but Baber and Thorne try to cut Amaar out when they discover the award comes with a cash prize. Meanwhile, Ann sets Sarah up on the worst first-date of her life, which leads to

  • After blowing out the old fuse box in their house, Amaar tries to impress Rayyan by playing Mr. Handyman but has to secretly enlist Sarah's do-it-yourself expertise to get the job done.

  • Ann helps Sarah take back her maiden-name and they attempt to re-discover their youth. Baber and Thorne suspect her soul might be up for grabs, they compete for her religious allegiance.

  • Amaar and Rayyan cut their honeymoon short to help Sarah deal with her recent divorce. When Sarah won't go to a divorce support group, Rayyan brings the group to her. Meanwhile, Baber and Thorne aren't the arch-enemies they once were.

  • Amaar recalls his first Christmas in Mercy when a misunderstanding between himself and Rev. Magee led to a dispute between the Anglicans and the Muslims.

  • The happy couple's plan to hide the news about their upcoming move until after the wedding is ruined when Baber lets the cat out of the bag.

  • Amaar wrestles between his love for being an Imam in Mercy and the opportunity of a dream job in Montreal.

  • After Rev. Magee arranges an Islamicly appropriate bachelor party for Amaar, a competitive Thorne tries to upstage him by arranging a paint ball match.

  • Amaar and Rayyan are too busy to arrange their quickie wedding so they turn the reins over to Sarah, who goes overboard.

  • Amaar is on the outs with Rayyan after he supports a bylaw drafted by the conservative faction that forbids women from holding a position on the Mosque board.

  • Amaar and Rayyan discover that Thorne has fallen for the librarian and Rayyan nearly sidelines the relationship by meddling against Amaar's advice.

  • Amaar and Rayyan's bed shopping trip becomes even more personal when Amaar discovers that Rayyan snores.

  • After convincing Amaar to befriend Thorne, Rayyan finds herself ostracized from the newly formed duo.

  • When Amaar has to move in with the Reverend temporarily, Thorne sabotages Amaar's other housing options to keep Amaar as a permanent roommate.

  • Amaar is in hot water with Rayyan after he shares personal information about her with Mercyites while dispensing advice.

  • Amaar, fearing he's taking advantage of Rayyan's generosity, struggles with the fact he won't be much of a bread-winner and shocks his fiancĂ©e with a pre-nup.

  • Amaar babysits with Rayyan who is trying to convince him to include children in their future.

  • In the season premiere, Amaar tries to find the perfect way to propose to Rayyan.