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ISLAMIC CENTER OF DULUTH

MASJID MARYAM

Friday Prayer

Two Jummah

First Jummah 2:00pm, 2nd Jummah 3:00pm.

Activities

01

Daily

  • Salah five times a day (Salah timing )
  • Khatirah / short Tazkeer after Fajr & Isha

02

Weekly

  • Kids Quran class (three days a week)
  • Friday prayer (First Jummah 2:00pm , 2nd Jummah 3:00pm)
  • Quran Halaqa – Every Friday after Maghreb
  • Sunday school (10:00am – 2:00pm)
  • Breakfast after Fajr (every other Sunday) 
  • YM program (every other week)

03

monthly & others

  • Community dinner (first Friday of every month)
  • Summer camp 
  • Quran class graduation 
  • Kids pizza party 
  • Honors hujjaj 
  • Hajj workshop  
  • Counseling 
  • Nikah / Wedding

Donation

Masjid Maryam
Masjid Maryam6 days ago
Assalamualaikum Wrwb,

*Eid Ul Fitr salah timings @ Masjid Maryam*

Wednesday, April 10th

First Salah: *7:30am*
By Hafiz Hasan khan

2nd Salah: *8:30am*
By Hafiz Yasir

Coffee/ Tea, Donuts & baklava willbe served

*To pay online*
http://icdga.org

Choose the option “*Eid Gathering Expenses”*
$5/ person

Jazakum Allah khayrn
Masjid Maryam
Masjid Maryam6 days ago
Masjid Maryam
Masjid Maryam4 weeks ago
Salam Muslim leaders and community members
Please share it widely. Those law makers who do not support ceasefire and cessation of military support to Israel must not be welcomed in our spaces.

American Muslim Task Force for Palestine.

Please sign the petition

https://bit.ly/Pledge_To_Be_Principled
Masjid Maryam
Masjid Maryam4 weeks ago
Embrace Ramadan with Young Muslims - Join the Movement! - https://mailchi.mp/icna/ym2024
Masjid Maryam
Masjid Maryam4 weeks ago
‎السَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَ رَحْمَةُ اللّهِ وَ بَرَكَاتُهُ

At the heart of the struggle against Islamophobia is a message of unity and understanding. There is a critical need for a concerted global effort to combat Islamophobia, which has grown not just in prevalence but in intensity in many parts of the world. Islamophobia extends beyond simple fear or misunderstanding of Islam; it has become a systemic issue leading to discrimination, violence, and a widespread disregard for the basic human rights of Muslims.It should be recognized and treated with the same seriousness as racism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobia. We as Muslims need to not only take a stand against the spread of Islamophobia, but encourage those in positions of power and authority to do so. The importance of education can not be stressed enough when it comes to dismantling stereotypes and misconceptions about Islam. The misconceptions around Islamophobia are typically spread through media and public discourse, making this issue one that is imperative for leaders and influencers to take seriously through narratives that foster unity rather than division. We should unite and understand this issue as not just a diplomatic or political challenge, but also a call to each person to reflect on their own perceptions and to engage with others in a spirit of empathy and respect. This message is especially important during the blessed month of Ramadan, a time when the principles of peace, patience, and generosity are most vividly lived by millions of Muslims around the world. As we observe Islamophobia Awareness Day during the holy month of Ramadan, let us commit to building bridges of understanding and respect across all faiths and finding common ground in the universal values of humanity and compassion. Support ICNA today in the effort to combat Islamophobia this Ramadan through Dawah, education, outreach, advocacy.
Masjid Maryam
Masjid Maryam4 weeks ago
Illuminate Hope this Ramadan: Support ICNA's Journey Towards Justice - https://mailchi.mp/icna/csj-ramadan-2024

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Duluth, GA 30096

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Fajr - Isha