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Eidul Adha Khutbah 2021

By Sheikh Essam Mahgoub

This short khutbah describes 3 things that a person of taqwa (cautious awareness of Allah) will not do: (1) Do not plan a sinful action. (2) Do not repeat a sin, and (3) Do not boast about your sinful deeds.

The Key to Contentment

By Sheikh Hassan Elwan
“Everyone desires happiness that lasts, but we make it conditional on the people and the circumstances around us. We blame others for our unhappiness. Sheikh Hassan Elwan shows us how to find lasting inner peace that remains unshaken regardless of the ups and downs of life. Please share this khutbah with your loved ones.”

Fake news and truth seekers

By Arshad Gamiet
“The battle between truth and falsehood, between good and evil is as old as humanity itself. This battle will continue until the end of time. We are caught up in the middle of the storm. We have to navigate our way to safety, and we have to teach our children and grandchildren how to do likewise….”

Khutbah for Eidul Fitr 2021

By Arshad Gamiet
“Even as we enjoy our Eid today, our hearts and our minds must also be with those who suffer all manner of hardship around the world. Much of this suffering is man-made, not natural. In the midst of our Eid celebrations, let us also not forget how differently Eid is being celebrated right now in Gaza, in Iraq, in Syria, Yemen, among the Rohinya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma), the Uighurs in China and other places of conflict around the world..”

Five things to do on Lailatul Qadr

By Imam Omar Suleiman

“In the last 10 days of Ramadan, there is a hidden night that is the most consequential night of the year. Don’t miss out on the blessings on offer during this auspicious night. Here are five things you can do to gain the maximum benefit…”

Lailatul Qadr: The Night of Power

By Arshad Gamiet
“Let us spend our Night of Power, in Dhikrullah, remembering Alláh, swt, and offering thanks to Him, for his countless blessings that we enjoy each moment of our lives. Let us passionately seek Alláh’s help, Glorified and Exalted is He, to lift the burden of injustice and oppression from so many Muslim communities around the world….”

Ramadan: a time for Love and Gratitude to Allah

By Dr Hossam Roushdi
“Ramadan isn’t about long days, hunger and thirst or lack of sleep….. it’s about showing our love and gratitude to Allah. It’s about appreciating the countless blessings we enjoy every day. It’s about showing Allah how much we love, worship and adore Him…”

Welcoming Ramadan

By Arshad Gamiet
“Many of us think that Ramadan is a time to ‘go slow’ and to avoid exerting ourselves. Some of us would want to sleep all day until iftar. This is completely wrong. Ramadan is not a time for hibernation. That’s for the polar bears and grizzly bears in the cold north American winter. It’s not for wide-awake, Allah-aware Muslims!” Read more…