In this course students will learn about:
The virtues of Du`a, its guidelines and etiquettes
The different categories of Du`a and their significance
The sources and proofs of the narrated Du`a
The ruling of raising the hands while making Du`a
The reason and wisdom Du`as are accepted and rejected
EVENT DATE IS MAY 18th at Masjid Al Islam, 2604 S. Harwood St., Dallas, TX from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
At the event, we will be giving the following free items to the community:
New Shirts, New Socks, Hygiene items, Diapers, New and Used Clothes, Childrens toys and books.
****DONATIONS NEEDED TO HELP PURCHASE ITEMS*****
If you would like to volunteer at this event; Please email: email@example.com, and list one of the following areas in which you are wanting to volunteer in: Bags, Hygiene, Food, Socks, Shirts, Used Clothes, T-shirts, Water, Fruit, Toys.
Volunteers on Saturday should expect to work at the event from 8:30am to 2pm.
For any other information regarding Humanitarian Day, visit www.dfwhumanitarianday.com or call 214-205-0846
Recognizing individuals throughout the Greater New Haven area who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their respected field of endeavor or exceptional community service.
For more information and tickets contact Tisa Ahmed at 203-676-4574 or Shahid Abdul-Karim at 203-605-3844 or Zakiyyah Hasan at 203-281-3133.
Donations: $50.00 per person
As-Salaam-Alaikum, An invitation to all Muslim members, family and friends, to the Clara Muhammad School year-end Award Program in recognition of our young achievers. . Tickets: $20 Adults / $10 Children 12 yrs and under. For more info and tickets, please contact Zakiyyah @ 203-281-3133 or Nadiyah @ 203-871-7396. Performance and Award presentation. A special event you don't want to miss!
MAPS Banquet 2013 - Connecting Faith with Service
with Hussam Ayloush & Kevin Quigley (WA State Dept. of social and health services)
Adult $25 - Dinner will be served
Kids under 10: $10
Professional babysitting: $5/child
Do you sometimes feel that your parents don't understand you? As a parent do you wish your child understood where you are coming from?
Well, Mihraab is at it again! We bring you the first ever Generation Family Feud Game to hit the Greater Seattle Area. Come join your family & friends in a fun & engaging event where Parents and Youth can open the doors to positive dialogue and bring to the forefront the issues that matter most.
Youth will challenge parents in a friendly competition of family feud with questions that will address common generational issues. Listen to engaging talks from our respected scholars, including Ustadz Amr Khalifa, Sidi Abdul Latif al-Amin and Mihraab Resident Scholar, Shaykh Qasim Hatem, on ways to close the gap between parents and the youth. You don't want to miss out on this unique event!
SUNDAY, APRIL 28TH 2013
2:30 - 6:30PM
No event details provided.
The Mohammed Webb Foundation invites you to a blessed gathering of remembrance of our beloved Prophet Mohammed (pbuh). Come share in the feast of souls as we celebrate his life as a mercy to us from our Lord with our musical guest, singer/song writer Nader Khan, and emcee Dr. Hesham Hassaballa. This event is free but space is limted. Please register at the link provided.
JAM DC's second annual Passover Seder for Jewish and Muslim young professionals in the nation's capital will be a time to reflect on the themes of slavery, freedom, rebellion, sacrifice, and all the themes that a traditional Passover seder entails.
What is a seder?
A Passover seder is a ceremony and festive meal that celebrates the biblical Exodus of the Jews from slavery in Egypt.
What will we be doing?
This year, our seder will also celebrate the JAM DC community by interweaving traditional elements of the ceremony with Muslim poems, texts, and prayers. This event will be participatory, interactive, and hopefully illuminating. The event will be on Wednesday, April 3 at Dino Restaurant in Cleveland Park, and will include a full, delicious meal that is generously sponsored by the Embassy of Azerbaijan. Tickets are $8 and all proceeds will be donated to the Capital Food Bank. We encourage you to arrive starting at 6:30 pm, but please note that the seder will begin promptly at 7:00 pm.
RSVP on our Facebook page, but please note that you must register for the event through this link: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5888547805
Space is limited, so sign up quickly!
Islamic Center of Bothell (ICOB) will be offering six free classes on Islam 101.
This is a class that is offered to Muslims and non-Muslims to explain the basics of Islam and provide a forum for answering questions about Islam. The class runs for 6 weeks at a time and will then repeat. While it is encouraged to attend all sessions in order get the maximum benefit of the course, you can drop into any session.
Classes begins: Thursday March 7th @ 7 PM
Where: 10634 Riverside Drive Suite 200, Bothell WA 98011
Classes are geared towards non-Muslim to educate them about Islam. New convert to Islam are also encouraged to attend.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA has launched a nationwide "Muhammad: Messenger of Peaceâ? campaign in all its 73 chapters to invite members of the community to learn about the Holy Prophetsa of Islam.
Register online at: Muslimsforpeace.org/events
Join us at our 4th Annual Community Night. You won't want to miss this great, fun-filled evening!
There will also be a bazaar with great items for sale as well as a snacks to munch on during all the fun entertainment for purchase.
An engaging workshop for couples and single individuals who are serious about learning the necessary essential concepts and skills for a successful marriage.
Skills you will learn:
* Understanding relationships in Islam
* Communication skills
* Biological differences of male and female
* Cultural notions of the masculine and the feminine
* Conflict Resolution techniques
Interfaith celebration of eid-milad-un-nabi. Guests include
Dr John Esposito, Georgetown University
Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson
Hujatul Islam Maulana Irtiza Naqvi
World famous reciter Muhammad Noor Jarral
... and many many more
Event is free and food will be provided
Every year we have reflected on our failings, massacres, Genocides and Holocaust, this year, we will focus on the Sikh Genocide of 1984, a Sikh speaker will deliver the key note address on the topic. Mr. Hasan Mahmud will share about the Bangladesh Genocide of 1971, Dr. Petra Weldes will talk about the effects of Stereotyping on the societies, and Kelly Obazee will reflect on current massacres around the world. Mike Ghouse will speak about the need to take stand against oppression of others, and Holocaust continues to be our anchor event.
Did you know that some of the greatest Islamic scholars such as Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Imam Ibn al-Jawzi, Shaykh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, Imam al-Dhahabi, Imam Ibn al-Qayyim, Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali and many other great Imams and scholars had female teachers? Even though it is not widely known, thousands of female scholars have enriched the Islamic tradition through out history. Shaykha Fest is intended to honor the legacy of female Islamic scholarship and draw attention to contemporary female scholars. At Shaykha Fest we will embark on an exciting journey into the past and learn from contemporary female scholars, thinkers and activists from around the world in a nurturing, non-cultural and inclusive atmosphere. Shaykha Fest in essence is a celebration of life, love and sisterhood. Come and join with us so we can revive this tradition together.
2013 Shaykha Fest Confirmed Speakers:
Shaykha Dr. Malak Zarar, Professor of Islamic Law, Al-Azhar University, Egypt.
Prof. Aminah McCloud, Director of the Islamic World Studies Program, DePaul University, IL.
Prof. Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic and Interreligious Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Dr. Shuruq Naguib, Lecturer
Sh. Basyouni will be giving a Halaqa at the ICOB on Friday, January 25th at 7:00pm. We would like to open our doors to all our brothers and sisters in the greater Seattle area to join us and benefit from his Halaqa. Pizza and refreshment will be served. Hope to see you all there, insha'Allah!
Sh. Basyouni is also teaching an Aqeedah class: Rays of Faith in Seattle, Jan 18-20, 26th & 27th. For more information: http://almaghrib.org/seminars/663
What do the makers of Jesus bobble head dolls, publishers of vile cartoon of Muhammad and creators of indecent animations of Moses achieve? Are the Prophets portrayed in such ways deserving of such disrespect? Is anything done in the name of freedom of speech noble?
Join us as we take a brief journey into the lives of Muhammad, Jesus, Moses, and Baba Guru Nanak in order to understand why they are loved and revered.
Register online at http://amiseattle.org/RegisterForEvent.aspx?INo=13
Event Flyer: http://www.amiseattle.org/docs/RFD_flyer.pdf
FREE - LIMITED SEATING - ARRIVE EARLY
Support justice with MLFA and Keith Ellison, the nation's first Muslim Congressman, as well as a former National Security Agency executive-turned-whistleblower, Thomas Drake at MLFA's Annual Gala in Dallas.
Keith Ellison, the U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 5th congressional district, was the first Muslim to be elected to the U.S. Congress. Ellison was born and raised Roman Catholic in Detroit, but converted to Islam at the age of 19. In 2006, Ellison won a seat with the U.S. House of Representatives. Through his experiences, Ellison has become an outspoken advocate for Muslim American civil rights and civic engagement.
Thomas Drake, a former senior executive for the U.S. National Security Agency, received national attention when he became an outspoken critic and whistleblower of the NSA's Trailblazer Project, a program designed to analyze data carried on communications networks. Drake alleged that the project violated privacy protections. After having his home raided by the FBI and being indicted by a grand jury, Drake was awarded the 2011 recipient of the Riden
Fundraising dinner featuring Ms. Lauren Booth the sister-in-law of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair who embraced Islam two years ago is coming to MAPS. The Muslim Legal Fund of America will be updating the community on the legal issues facing the the Muslim community and ask for support and Lauren Booth will share her amazing journey to Islam. A beautiful program designed to move your head, heart and wallet. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to support the cause of justice while increasing your faith and love for Islam. Tickets are being sold for $10 each prior to the event or $15 at the door. Please contact Br. Ali @ 206-478-4257 for tickets or go online to purchase tickets at www.mlfa.org/tickets.