Your masjid is excited to announce a new weekly class titled “Islamic Principles on How To Treat Each Other” with Imam Muamar Dahnoun every Saturday from 12:00 – 1:15 PM starting on September 17th!
The community is invited to gather at IAR every Thursday after Maghrib for an informational session on pressing issues our Ummah faces today and how they tie in with the core teachings of Islam. This class is taught by Dr. Hisham Sarsour.
High school brothers are invited to join their fellow youth for a weekly hangout featuring sports, video games, and an uplifting reminder followed by dinner. This program is an opportunity for youth to connect with friends, mentors, and participate in spiritually-uplifting discussions guided by Imam Muamar Dahnoun and others. Audience: Brothers 13 years old & above Timing: Saturdays from 7-11 PM Contact: [email protected], Muhammad Samara (muhamm[email protected]), & Ahmad Haddad ([email protected])
Start your personal journey reading Arabic and Quran recitation with ” Introduction to Quran and Arabic Reading”. Students will learn from the Al-Qaida An-Noorania book which begins with a basic introduction to the Arabic language alphabet and moving to understanding Arabic Diacritics to finally Applying beautified Quranic recitation reading. The class is offered Sundays virtually through Zoom Platform. A Textbook will be provided (at no cost) after submitting class registration form.
Learn about Islam online from the comfort of your home! Due to COVID-19, we’re now holding online classes instead of the in-person class. We invite you to participate live either on Zoom (fill out form to get the zoom link), YouTube, or Facebook every Sunday from 2-3 PM, and you may send in your questions on the live chat. This informal class is intended for non-Muslims but Muslims are highly encouraged to attend with their non-Muslim guests. The class introduces non-Muslims to the basic…
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Those who spend their wealth in charity day and night, secretly and openly—their reward is with their Lord, and there will be no fear for them, nor will they grieve.”
– The Holy Quran 2:274