Assalam u Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah,
Respected Community Members,
We would like to remind everyone that R.I Governor Lincoln Chafee will be visiting Masjid Al-Islam. This is the first time for any incumbent governor of R.I to visit a Masjid in Rhode Island. We urge all Muslims to attend this gathering.
If you have any questions for the governor, please send them in advance to email@example.com. Please do not forget to write your name and city at the end of your question.
Event Day: Friday
Event Date: 10/05/2012
Event Time: 5:30 pm
Venue: Masjid Al-Islam
Address: 40 Sayles Hill Road. N. Smithfield RI 02896
Assalam u Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah,
Boxes will be placed in Masjid Al-Islam and Masjid Al-Kareem all throughout Ramadan. We will be accepting canned goods and non-perishable items. Please no plastic bags, or loose items.
The food will be donated to Rhode Island Food Pantry, and distributed to our local community. This will only be possible through your generous donations.
If you have any questions please contact Samia Habib @ 508-243-6283. JazakAllah Khair for your contributions. Example of donations are as follows:
- Canned: fruits, beans, tomatoes
- Peanut butter
- Boxes or rice, pasta (preferably brown/whole wheat)
On the authority of Abu Huraira (RA) that the Prophet (SAW) said “Whoever removes a worldly grief from a believer, Allah will remove from him one of the griefs of the Day of Judgment”
Please join us on Friday, February 4th at Masjid Al-Islam for their next blood drive. The blood drive will run from 4:30pm-7:30pm on the Bloodmobile.
Remember, each donation can help save three lives. The Rhode Island Blood Center needs to collect up to 280 pints of blood every single day to meet the needs of area hospitals. This blood is used to treat cancer patients, burn victims, accident victims, major surgery patients, and more.
Please roll up your sleeve and give the gift of life!
You may schedule an appointment for the Masjid Al-Islam Blood Drive by clicking the link below, or simply walk in.
Hope to see you there! Make an appointment
Rules of Sacrifice/Eid-ul Adha
Merits of Dhul-Hijjah, Eid-ul Adha, Hajj, Sacrifice
By Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani
Edited by Mufti Ikram ul Haq
- First Ten Days
- The 9th day of Dhul-hijjah
- The Fast of Youmul ‘Arafah
- On the Eid day
- How to Perform Eid Prayers (Hanafi School)
- Khutbah: The Address of Eidul-Adha
- Sacrifice or Qurbani: Philosophy and Rules
- The Time of Qurbani
- Who is Required to Perform Qurbani?
- No Alternate for Qurbani
- The Animals of Qurbani
- Rules about Defective Animals
- The Sunnah Method of Qurbani
- Distribution of the Meat
Dhul-hijjah is the last month of the Islamic calendar. Literally, it means “possessor of Hajj.” Obviously, this name of the month indicates that the great annual worship of “Hajj” is performed in this month, which gives it very special significance.
Download Mufti Ikram ul Haq’s presentation on healthy communication between husband and wife from here: Healthy communication between husband and wife
Jazakum Allahu Khairan
at Masjid Al-Islam (40 Sayles Hill Road, North Smithfield, RI)
Saturday, October 23rd – 6 PM to 7:30 PM
“Healthy Families, Healthy Community”
Mufti Ikram Ul Haq
Imam of Masjid Al-Islam
presenting on Healthy Communication between Husband and Wife
Dr, Kazi Salahuddin, MD
presenting on Raising Muslim Children in a Non Muslim Society
Masjid Al-Islam Sunday School Administrator
Founder & Co-chair
“The best amongst you are the best to his wives and I am the best to my wives amongst you” Prophet Muhammad, saws, as reported by Ibn Majah
For more information about Healthy Families Initiative, check out our blog: http://healthyfamiliesinitiative.blogspot.com/ or visit us at our parent organization, Rhode Island Council for Muslim Advancement (RICMA): http://www.ricma.org/HFI.htm
Healthy Families Initiative
P.O. Box 40535
Providence, RI 02940