The Musalla is Yale’s dedicated Muslim sacred space. As a “port in the storm” in the midst of Yale life, it offers a welcoming and hospitable environment for religious and social gatherings. It hosts regular congregational prayers, MSA meetings, Halaqas, game-nights, and study breaks. It is, in many ways, the locus of Muslim Life at Yale. The Musalla is located in the basement of Bingham Hall, Room 012. The room is accessible 24/7 with swipe access and a key. Please email your netID to Director of Muslim Life Omer Bajwa for swipe access to Bingham Hall, and please go to Breathing Space (in Welch C) to obtain a key from Gale Iannone.