The Messenger of Allâh (sallallâhu ‘alayhi wa-sallam) said: “Fast due to its sighting (i.e the new moon for the month of Ramaḍân) and break your fast due to its sighting. If it is hidden from you then complete the time (of the month of Sh`abān) as thirty days.” (Bukhāri and Muslim)
Imam Ibn Bāz (may Allâh have mercy upon him) said concerning the above ḥadīth:
The meaning of this speech is: That which is obligatory is that they (the Muslims) fast due to the sighting of the crescent and they break their fast due to the sighting of the crescent. It is not for them to fast based upon the calculations nor due to precautionary measures. It’s a must (that the fast starts) from the sighting (of the new moon) or the completion of the time (for the month of Sh`abān). Continue reading →
Masjid Nur Allah will hold its ‘Eid al-Fitr prayer on Wednesday, July 6th from 8:30am through 11:30am. The location of the prayer will be 96-02 57th Avenue, Corona, N.Y, 11368. For your convenience, you may check out the map below.
This address is Section 1 of Lefrak City, just off the corner of Junction Boulevard and across the street from Dunkin Donuts. The only way into this area is through the Main Entrance on the right hand side. You will see the designations for the London and Paris buildings, as per the screenshot below.
All other of our community will be allowed access by the security people, who will be posted in advance to aid in your passage. The service will be held in the back where there are new tennis and basketball courts, as well as tables and benches. Anyone who lives in Lefrak will be able to use their key fob to enter through the doors to the right.
If you have any other questions pertaining to the ‘Eid Al-Fitr prayer, please reach out to us. Our phone number is (347) 649-1226 and our email is email@example.com.
May Allāh accept our fasts. May Allāh bestow peace and blessings upon our Prophet Muḥammad, his family, and his companions.
A question Abu Yusuf Khaleefah posed to Shaykh Mustafaa Mubrim (may Allah preserve him) today:
Shaykh, I work in a hospital and there are Muslim patients here. Today the administration had food cooked for the patients for an early Thanksgiving celebration. Being that Thanksgiving is really next week and not today, can the Muslims eat from this food?
The Shaykh answered:
No. It is not allowed for the Muslims to eat from this food since it has been cooked for the reason of celebrating Thanksgiving. The major scholars like Shaykh Saalih and others have fataawa regarding the prohibition of eating from the food that has been prepared for the celebration of the holidays of the kuffaar. If you eat from that food, this means you have joined with them in the celebration of the holiday.
Abu Yusuf then asked the Shaykh (may Allah preserve him):
What about the leftover food? For example, can they eat from that food tomorrow, after the celebration is over? Continue reading →
Yawm Al-‘Arafah will be on Friday, October 3rd 2014 (9th Dhul Hijjah 1435). Thus ‘Eid Al-Adha will be celebrated on Saturday, 4th October 2014 (10th Dhul Hijjah 1435), in-shaa-Allaah.
‘Eid Prayer will be at Masjid Nur Allah on 4th October 2014 at 9:00am.
If the weather is good, the prayer will be held outside in the basketball court area. On the other hand if the weather is not suitable for having the prayers outside, then the ‘Eid Salah will be held in the masjid in-shaa-Allaah.