Eid Al-Fitr is on Friday July 17th, 2015/AH 1436
Islamic Civic Society of America—Dar Al—Hijrah Mosque wishes a pleasant Eid Mubarak to all of you wherever you may be, Kulu’am wantum bikheyr. We pray that Allah accepts our good deeds of this Ramadan. Eid Al-Fitr is one of the major Islamic Holiday remarking the end of long fasting month, Ramadan.
Eid prayer will be held at the following locations & Times
Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque 1st Prayer starts at 7:45am, 2nd Prayer Starts at 8:45am Address: 504 Cedar Avenue, Mpls, MN 55454
Brian Coyle Community Center Prayer starts at 8:00am
Address: 420 South 15th Avenue, Mpls, MN 55454
Zakat Al-Fitr is alms for the month of Ramadan, which is accepted by the mosque prior to the Eid Al-Fitr prayer in the amount of $10 or food.
TAKING HEART IFTAR
Taking Heart Iftar event to Non-Muslims. Taking Heart is a program designed for non-Muslim and Muslim neighbors to get to know each other as individuals in a low key setting of food and conversation.
PUBLIC LEADERSHIP AWARDS – 13th Annual Hubert H. Humphrey
Our Imam Sh. Abdirahman Sharif Mohamed shares this honor with his Muslim and Somali Communities! 2015 Hubert H. Humphrey Public Leadership Awards Honoring the Life and Legacy of Walter Mondale In honor of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs’ namesake, Hubert H. Humphrey, the Public Leadership Awards honor individuals and organizations that have contributed to the common good through leadership and service. This year’s awards commemorate the life and legacy of Walter F. Mondale, and recipients are recognized for their work and progress on issues of access to justice, civil and human rights, and government accountability that have characterized the career of our nation’s 42nd Vice President.
Islamic Civic Society of America – Dar Al-Hijra Mosque would like to welcome in Ramadan 2015/1436AH. 1st Ramadan 1436 will be on Thursday 18th June 2015. Ramadan Karim! We pray everyone has a beneficial and rewarding Ramadan, insha’Allah.
The tarawih salah will commence from Wednesday 17th June 2015, starting at 11.00PM and Qur’an will be recited by the following huffaz:
- Sh. Ahmed-Wali Yusuf (Rahanwayn)
- Sh. Hassan Liban
Iftar: We offer Iftar (breaking of the fast) every evening in the ICSA- Dar Al-Hijra – but it can be very busy, with over 300 people attending. We welcome donations and sponsors, just call 612. 817-9934 to say you’d like to help.
Tarawih & Tahajjud: Every night we have up to 300 people filling the Mosque and Centre for the Tarawih prayers – the optional special prayers in Ramadan when night falls. For the first few days we often run out of space, so please come early.
Eid prayers: We will be holding two locations with each 2 Eid prayers this year: 8.30am, and 9.30am,
Zakatul Fitr: Originally this was the giving of a certain amount of food to the needy, but nowadays most people give money to pay for the food. This has been set at $10, and should be paid for each and every member of the family, including children. Zakatul Fitr can be paid from the beginning of Ramadan; we advise people to do so as early as possible, to make it easier to reach the needy recipients in time. The latest it can be given is just before the Eid prayer, but delaying it this long means there’s no time to get food to the needy for Eid day. Remember, in the time of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), people gave food directly to the needy, so there was no delay. The Dar Al – Hijrah Mosque will collect your Zakatul Fitr, or you can use one of the many registered Muslim charities.
For further details please contact
Wali Dirie (612.817.9934) – Executive Director
Sheikh Abdisalam Adam (612.227.3933)
Abdisamad Ibrahim (612. 707.4424)
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