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Welcoming the Month of Ramadhan

Salaamun ‘Alaikum,

Ramadhan Mubarak! May Almighty God accept your fasting and good deeds. The first day of Ramadhan will be April 2nd (subject to moonsighting). The Islamic Center will be open every evening for services including but limited to Maghribain prayers, du’a, lectures, and Iftar boxes.  

The program will begin at 7:00 pm. 
Qur’an Recitation, Speech, Masail
Du’a-e-Iftitah Daily
Du’a-e-Tawassul & Du’a-e-Kumail (Tuesday and Thursday respectively) 

Topic: Stories from Qur’an 
Speaker: Hujjatul Islam Syed Rehan Naqvi 

Fitra: $12 per person 

Shah-E-Najaf YouTube Channel 

We ask God, the Most Merciful, to bring a swift end to the current pandemic and grant quick recovery to all those afflicted. And as always, we ask God, the Most High, for success in performing good deeds and to hasten the Return of Our Master, Imam Mahdi (p).

Important Islamic Events this Month:
6 Ramadan 
Allegiance of Imam Ali al-Ridha (p), (Year 201 A.H.)

10 Ramadan
Death of Lady Khadijah (p), (Year 3 B.H.)

12 Ramadan
Welcoming of the Muslims in Madinah, (Year 1 A.H.)

15 Ramadan
Birthday of Imam Hasan ibn Ali (p), (Year 2 A.H.)

17 Ramadan
The Battle of Badr, (Year 2 A.H.)

19 Ramadan
Attack on Imam Ali (p) in Masjid al-Kufa, (Year 40 A.H.);
1st Observance of the Nights of Destiny (Layali al-Qadr)

20 Ramadan
The Conquest of Mecca, (Year 8 A.H.)

21 Ramadan
Martyrdom of Imam Ali (p) in Kufa, Iraq, (Year 40 A.H.);
2nd Observance of the Nights of Destiny (Layali al-Qadr)

23 Ramadan
3rd (Final) Observance of the Nights of Destiny (Layali al-Qadr)
“One house of worship that has special cause to hope for a joyous Ramadan is the Shah-E-Najaf mosque in Brentwood…” Full Text

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