EID – Monday July 28

Eid Mubarak

Salat-ul-Eid will be on Monday July 28th at the

UIS Public Affairs Center - 1 University Plaza, Springfield, Illinois – 62703

Takbeerat-ul-Ihram begins at 8:00 am – Salat-ul-Eid at 8:30 am

As we say farewell to this blessed month, may ALLAH accept all of our prayer, fasting, charity, worship, and may ALLAH bless us with another Ramadan next year. Ameen.

Important Notes:

  • Please bring a prayer rug for yourself, or clean linen sheets to share, and remember to take them afterwards
  • Please allow yourselves enough time for parking/finding your way inside the building by coming early
  • Please bring a drink and a dish to share so all can enjoy a nice breakfast together.
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Ramadan Kareem

Bismillahi Al-Rahman Al-Rahim In The Name Of ALLAH The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful Asalamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu
No credible moon sighting reported INSHA ALLAH THE FIRST DAY OF RAMADAN: -SUNDAY JUNE 29th- TARAWEEH PRAYER BEGINNING IMMEDIATELY AFTER ‘ISHA PRAYER (~10:10 pm) Saturday June 28th. On behalf of ISOGS: Ramadan Kareem! May Allah Bless All Our Families, Accept All Our Fasting And Prayers. AMEEN.

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Imam Ghazali

Assalamualaikum,

PowerPoint presentation discussing Imam Ghazali. Please click on the below link to download the presentation.

Imam Ghazali

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Eid al-Adha

Assalam O Alaikum,
Inaha Allah Eid-ul- Adha prayer will be held at the ISOGS Community Center, 3255 Mathers Rd, Springfield IL-62711 on Tuesday, October 15.
Recitation of Takbeerat will begin at 8:00 in the morning. The Salah will begin at 8:30.

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EID MUBARAK

Assalam O Alaikum
Eid ul Fitr will inshahAllah be celeberated tomorrow. Takbeer at 8:00am and Prayer at 8:30AM InshahAllah   Please bring a dish and drink to share with community
JazakAllah Khair
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Ramadan Questions Juz 21-30

Juz 21: 

The name of a major battle in Islam is mentioned in this part.  Quote the verse that has the name of this battle.

Juz 22:

There are no limits to the Rahmah, Mercy, of Allah. Where do we find this in the Quran?

Juz 23:

Allah warned those who are hard hearted.  Where is that warning in this part of the Quran?

Juz 24: 

Who came first; Yusuf/Joseph or Musa/Moses, pbuh?  Show your evidence using a verse from this part?

Juz 25: 

What is the name of the angel of  hell?  Quote the verse that mentions about him.

Juz 26:

Your vision will be very sharp, or as strong as iron.  When is that going to be according to the Quran?  Show your evidence using a verse.

Juz 27:

There is a wall in the Quran whose one side is Rahmah, Mercy, and the other side is ‘Adhab, punishment.  Where do you find this wall mentioned in the Quran?

Juz 28:

Allah gave two examples of righteous women and two examples of unrighteous women.  Who are the two righteous and who are the two unrighteous?  Please quote the verses.

Juz 29:

The color green is mentioned in a verse in this part giving glad tidings.  Please quote the verse.

Juz 30:

Muslim scholars indicated that the Quran is well preserved in “Al-Lawh Al-Mahfoothz,” the Preserved Tablet. Does this statement have any evidence in the Quran, or is it in the Hadeeth?  Show your evidence.

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Ramadan Questions Juz 11-20

Juz 11:

In the history of mankind, there was only one town whose people all became believers. Who are these and which verse talks about them?

Juz 12:

Hasanat, good deeds, wipe out Sins. Where do we find this in the Quran?

Juz 13:

Find a verse in this part that states that Allah is aware of what the aggressors and tyrants are doing and will punish them for what they are doing.

Juz 14:

In this part there is a verse that some scholars consider as presenting the first step in the prohibition of alcohol. What is this verse?

Juz 15:

Some scholars use the Quran to cure some diseases. Mention a verse in this part that supports this opinion.

Juz 16:

Even if you talk to the worst person in the world, you have to talk politely and softly. Mention two verses from this part that supports this statement.

Juz 17:

Rituals and physical movements don’t count alone; what counts in the sight of Allah is Taqwa, God consciousness. Quote the verse that supports this statement.

Juz 18:

If you go to your friend’s house, would it be okay to open your friend’s refrigerator and eat some of what is there? Is there a verse in this part of the Qur’an that permits this?

Juz 19:

Knowledge of the Book as given by Allah can make one look like those in science fiction movies. Quote a verse that shows how much power this knowledge could do? Describe the stand of the believer who is given this power.

Juz 20:

One of the laws of Allah is that He will test his believers. Quote a verse showing that this will happen to any believer.

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