Be Humble…

‘Iyad ibn Himar reported: The Messenger of Allah (SWS), said, “Verily, Allah has revealed to me that you must be humble towards one another, so that no one oppresses another or boasts to another.”

Source: Sahih Muslim


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Welcome to Ramadhan 2014 / 1435

As Salamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,

We would like to welcome the blessed month of Ramadhan, 2014 / 1435! Do not forget to thank Allah (SWT) for granting you this wonderful opportunity.

1st Tarawih will begin tomorrow (Saturday) after Isha Salaah at 10:50pm

1st Ramadan 1435 is on Sunday 29th June 2014

1st Ramadan fasting will begin on Sunday 29th June 2014

We will be having free iftar every day throughout Ramadhan insha’Allah. All are welcome! We look forward to seeing you there. Ramadhan is a lofty guest granted to us by Allah with His Mercy. It is a time for self-correction and improvement. It is a time to cleanse our souls and do good deeds. We ask Allah (SWT) to bless and forgive all of ours sins, make our trials easy, and grant unity to the Ummah of Prophet Muhammad (SWS) this Ramadhan. Amin!

Please also mark your calendars to join us at the masjid on July 11th, 2014, to visit our open house for our new school, which is set to open in September. New student registration will take place during the open house insha’Allah. Spaces are limited!


Remembering al-’Isra’ wal-Mi’raj

Tomorrow marks the date when the Prophet Muhammad (SWS) undertook the journey of Isra and Mi’raj (al-’Isra’ wal-Mi’raj).

In the year 621 AD, the Holy Prophet embarked on this miraculous journey, travelling beyond the heavens with the angel Jibreel in one night on the steed Buraq.

He (SWS) travelled from the Ka’bah in Makkah to the Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem, where he led other Prophets in prayer. He then ascended to heaven where he spoke to Almighty Allah (SWT), who gave him prayer instructions to take back to the Muslims.

This journey is one of the most significant events in the Islamic calendar.

We ask Allah (SWT) for His lofty forgiveness, and His immediate assistance in healing our Ummah and uniting us insha’Allah.

Al-Aqsa Masjid in Jerusalem

Al-Aqsa Masjid in Jerusalem

“Haya `ala al-falah”

Come to the masjid, let your soul relax, say Allahu Akbar, and leave the world behind you! Come to hidayah, and beg Allah (SWT) for His lofty forgiveness.

Make haste to true success (Haya `ala al-falah)!