Zakat al-Fitr is charity given to the poor at the end of the fasting in the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. The word Fitr means the same as Iftar, breaking a fast and it comes from the same root word as Futoor which means breakfast. (Source: Wikipedia)
1. Who Should Pay Zakat Al-Fitr?
Zakat Al-Fitr is incumbent on every free Muslim who possesses one Sa` (2.176 kilograms or 4.797 pounds) of dates or barley over and above his basic needs of food for himself and his family/dependants for the duration of one day and night. Every free Muslim must pay Zakat Al-Fitr for himself, his wife, children, and servants.
Ibn `Umar, may Allah be pleased with them both, said,
“The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, enjoined the payment of one Sa` of dates or one Sa` of barley as Zakat Al-Fitr on every Muslim, young and old, male and female, free and slave.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
Ramadan will start this Sunday, June 29th 2014 in-Sha-Allah. Tarawih prayer will start immediately after Isha prayer.
The first tarawih prayer will be after Isha on Saturday.
Masjid Ikhlas 3rd Annual Quran Competition to be held at the Masjid.Competition: Saturday July19th. Award Ceremony: Wednesday July 23rd.
For registration details, please see the information contained in the flier.
Purifying the Soul before Ramadan (Tazkiyatun Nafs)
Sh. Hamdi of Masjid Nur & Sh. Djilali Kacem of Masjid Ikhlas
How to prepare yourself for Ramadan
Imam Ali of Masjid Taqwa
Responsibilities for women in Ramadan
Sister Iman Kassir of Crescent View Academy
Fiqh issues to be aware of in Ramadan
Prof. Ahmed Nabhan of Masjid Salam
Please arrive by 5pm (Asr salah is 5:15pm) Lecture time : 5:30pm To 7.30 pm
Q & A
7:30pm to 8:30 pm (Magrib is at 8:30pm)
Free Dinner: After magrib (Isha is 10:10pm)
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