The Abu Hanifah Mosque (Arabic: مسجد أبو حنيفة, masjid abū ḥanīfah or مسجد أبي حنيفة, masjid abī ḥanīfah) is one of the most prominent Sunni mosques in Baghdād, Iraq.
Abu Hanifah Mosque is built around the tomb of Abū Ḥanīfah an-Nuʿmān (often called "the Great Imam" (ألإمام الأعظم, al-imām al-aʿẓam)), the founder of the Ḥanafī madhhab or school of Islamic religious jurisprudence. It is located in the Sunni-dominated al-Aʿẓamiyyah (ألأعظمية, al-aʿẓamiyyah) quarter of Baghdad to the northeast of the city. Despite being a religious place of great significance and reverence for Sunni Muslims and the inhabitants of al-Aʿẓamiyyah, it has been the site of clashes between Iraqi insurgents and US forces. .