Ramadan Info

  • Integrate our Ramadan calendar: via Google
  • When does Ramadan start? Maghreb on Monday, April 12th.
  • How do I sign up for Taraweeh? Click here
  • I accept the Daily Sadaqa challenge! Join now!

Ramadan Mubarak!

As we wish you Ramadan Mubarak, we are committed to being with you every step of the way - Keeping You Connected. The first day of fasting will be Tuesday, April 13, 2021. To receive a free Ramadan timetable/imsakiyya in the mail update your profile on our email list, to track iftar and suhoor times daily and see our taraweeh program. Integrate our Google Calendar and download our IAR App on Android and iPhone to get automated notifications at prayers. For those unable to fast due to chronic conditions, you may offer the Fidya of $7 per day of missed fast, used exclusively to feed those in need. Under the leadership of Imam Muamar Dahnoun, a number of religious rulings related to the current circumstances are posted in English and Arabic for your benefit. After reviewing our online answers, if you have additional questions please visit our Imam’s Corner, click “Religious Inquiries” and we will be happy to assist.

Virtual Programming Calendar

Jumuah Reminder

Friday @ 1 PM

Short Islamic reminder delivered from the Minbar of IAR on Fridays. Does NOT represent a virtual khutbah. Watch via YouTube. Watch previous khutbahs

Fiqh of Fasting

Monday to Thursday @ 12:30 PM

Imam Muamar teaches a class on the jurisprudence and rites of fasting. Join via YouTube live!

Imam's Q&A

Monday to Thursday @ 7 PM

Ask our beloved Imams almost anything you'd like! Via Instagram. Questions must be submitted in advance.

Iftar Adhkar

Monday to Thursday, 15 minutes before Maghreb

Sheikh Badawy leads a recitation to help you reaffirm your tawhid daily and keep you close to Allah SWT viaFacebook Live.


Daily @ 9:30 PM and 11 PM

Attend Taraweeh salah in your masjid again! More information about registration to come soon. Tune in virtually via YouTube.

In Their Footsteps

Daily @ 10:10 PM

Our Imams explore inspirational stories of past Muslims whose sacrifices are directly connected to you. Tune in on YouTube.

Taraweeh Information

Streamed via YouTube.

More info coming soon!

InshaAllah there will be two shifts of taraweeh every night to accommodate as many people as possible starting with Isha at the two iqama times listed, each shift will cover 1/2 juz. The first shift will also be live-streamed.

Advanced registration is required via this link akin to jumuah. Masks required and social distancing will be followed.

Zakat and Fidya

Donate via our donation site.

Zakat-ul-Fitr is $13 per person. It must be paid before Eid prayers. It is obligatory on each Muslim young or old, male or female, rich or poor to give Zakat-ul-Fitr if they have food exceeding his and their dependents' needs for one day and one night.

If one is unable to fast due to chronic conditions, they must pay Fidya of $7 per day for each missed fast.

IAR uses contributed funds to purchase and deliver food to qualified recipients.

Fundraising and Social Welfare

More info coming soon!

InshaAllah we have an exciting daily donation campaign starting this Tuesday to ensure you continue to increase the barakat! Make sure you're connected to our social media to learn more!

Your masjid's annual Ramadan fundraiser will be in person and virtual this year on April 23rd!

Drive Thru Iftar

The Social & Welfare Committee will offer drive through Iftar during this month of Ramadan at IAR Monday through Thursday. Needy, refugees, travelers, and singles can come and pick up their Iftar to go between 6:00 and 7:00 pm.

Donations for the Daily Iftar Program are being sought from the community. The amount needed to cover the cost of Iftars is about $3000 per day. Donate now!

Keeping You Connected

We rely on you to engage with our communications channels to send you this critical information and continue to support you. We offer several options to keep you connected:

From our families to yours, we pray for a blessed Ramadan full of accepted fasting, prayers, charity, and sacrifice, and that Allah empower us to receive this Ramadan with full eman and sincerity.

— Your brother, Imam Mohamed AbuTaleb

on behalf of your IAR Leadership