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Wishing you and your families a Happy Eid!

Eid Mubarak to you all, may the blessings of Allah be with you today, tomorrow, and always! Wishing you and your families a Happy Eid!

“Taqabbal Allahu minnaa wa minkum”
May Allah accept (the fast and worship) from us and from you.

Eid Mubarak

‘Eid Mubarak!

'Eid Mubarak!

‘Eid Mubarak!

‘Eid Khutbah : Continuation of good deeds after Ramadan

'Eid Khutbah : Continuation of good deeds after Ramadan The Transcript First Khutbah (sermon) Praise be to Allah Who has guided His believing servants to do acts of obedience and has made the ways of good and righteous deeds easy for them. I bear witness that there is no god but Allah Who has no partners, and that our leader and Prophet Muhammad is Allah’s Messenger, the best of those who observed fasting and the optional night prayer, and the best of legislators who enacted laws and explained judgments. O Allah grant Your mercy, blessings and peace on the leader of the righteous and the leader mankind and jinn, and on his family, Companions and those Read more ...

Eid Mubarak!!

Eid Mubarak to All!!


Taqabbal Allahu minnaa wa minkum.
May Allah accept (the fast and worship) from us and from you.

Eid ul-Fitr : A Commitment To Reform And Rectitude

"O’ You who believe! If you develop Allah consciousness, He (Allah) will (in return) grant you the furqaan, expiate your sins and forgive you..." Praise be to Allah, Who had granted us the opportunity to complete the month of Ramadan in pursuit of His pleasure and obedience. Fasting moulds and purifies the believer, in the same way that the furnace moulds and purifies metal. The furnace churns out blazing flames, unbearable heat, and molten lead, yet the intensity of the heat simply serves to purify the metal. In the like manner, fasting entails thirst, hunger, sleeplessness, fatigue, and tiredness. Yet, it is a cleansing process, a system that purifies, Read more ...

Eid ul-Fitr : The gift of Ramadan

The obligation of fasting in the month of Ramadan for the believers, men and women, who are sane and healthy, is a clear message to mankind that unrestricted indulgence in fulfilling the desires of one's base or animal self has to be curbed for some time, to give an upliftment to one's spiritual self. The object of fasting as described in the Holy Quran is “so that you may guard against evil.” During the auspicious month of Ramadan, a fasting person abstains from food, drink and sexual relations from dawn until sunset, in obedience to the command of his creator. The month is a training whereby the believer's trait of God-conscious is nurtured. Even Read more ...

The Feast… OUR FEAST!

THE FEAST... OUR FEAST     The Two `Eids and their Significance Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, and peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and upon all his family and companions. Definition of `Eid The Arabic word "Eid" refers to something habitual, that returns and is repeated, thus stands literally for a recurrent event. It also implies a place often visited by people, and the period of time in which a particular act is regularly performed. Likewise, each gathering that assembles regularly comes under the category, ‘Eid’. Some scholars say that it derives from `aadah (custom or practice) because people are accustomed Read more ...