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Prayer Timing At Taha

According to Moonsighting, Shawaal 1st [Eid-Ul-Fitr] will be Wednesday, April 10th 2024
Please see flyer below for more details.

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Mosques commonly serve as locations for prayer, Ramadan vigils, funeral services, marriage and business agreements, alms collection and distribution, as well as homeless shelters. Historically, mosques have served as a community center, a court of law, and a religious school.

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Islam teaches us that marriage is an important part of our life

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Funeral Arrangements “To Allah, we belong, and to He is our return.”

Zakath

Zakath is the practice of charitable giving based on accumulated wealth

Shahada

Taking the shahada, profession of the Islamic faith, is one of the biggest decisions

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Upcoming Event

Ramadan Kareem 2024

Tentative Start

11 March 2024

Tentative End

8 April 2024

Ramadan Kareem is a month-long observance in the Islamic faith, during which Muslims worldwide fast from dawn to sunset. It is a time of spiritual reflection, increased prayer, and acts of charity. The month of Ramadan is considered a time for self-improvement, devotion, and strengthening one’s relationship with Allah. At sunset, Muslims break their fast with dates and water before enjoying a meal called Iftar. The end of Ramadan is celebrated with Eid al-Fitr, a three-day festival of feasting, family, and prayer. Ramadan Kareem is a time of unity and solidarity, with communities coming together to support each other in their devotion to their faith.

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There is no god but Allah and Prophet Muhammed (SAW) is the Messenger

Salat

Salah is the Islamic prayer consists of five daily prayers according to Sunna

Fasting

Fasting (Siyam) are recognized by the Quran: Ritual fasting

Zakath

Zakath is the practice of charitable giving based on accumulated wealth

Hajj

Hajj is a pilgrimage that occurs during the Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah

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