Eid Prayer arrangements have been made for the entire family at Masjid Yaseen.
1601 West Campbell Road, Garland, TX 75044
Please plan to arrive starting at 7:00 AM in order to park your vehicle in the designated areas.
The Masjid Paved Parking lot has 92 spots and will used first.
The Gurudwara Neighbor Paved Parking and New Assisted Living Building Paved Parking lots will be used as a final option.
Once the Masjid Paved Parking lot is full, it will be CLOSED and NO ENTRANCE will be allowed.
The Masjid Unpaved Parking lot is under construction and can also be used.
It is important you arrive early if you require handicap parking or have passengers that cannot walk far.
Individual takbeerat will start at 7:00 AM
The English Lecture will begin at 7:30 AM
The Eid Prayer will be at 8:00 AM followed by the Arabic Khutbah
Dear respected brothers and sisters of the community:
The Islamic Association of Arabi is pleased to announce the following programs in Masjid Yaseen-Garland for the month of Ramadan:
Taraweeh salaah: Alhamdulillah, there will be two taraweeh salaats (upstairs and downstairs), like last year, with four completions of Quran recitations occurring during the month of Ramadan this year again.
-Daily recitation in Taraweeh downstairs with completion of one Quran towards the end of Ramadan (29th of Ramadan), inshallah.
-Three juz will be recited daily upstairs for the first ten nights (Ramadan 1st-10th) with one Quran completion. Then 3+ juz will be recited daily for the next nine nights (Ramadan 11th-19th) for another Quran completion. The three juz will be recited in the following ten nights (Ramadan 20th-29th) for another Quran completion. In this manner, three completions (khatams) will take place upstairs.
-Alhamdulillah, this year we will also be having Taraweeh Salaah at the Amatur Rahman Academy building (3700 N. Shiloh Rd, Garland, TX. The huffaz that have grauduated from our madrasah will be leading the taraweeh. Isha salaah timing will be the same as Masjid Yaseen, Garland.
Daily iftaar: Iftaar will be served daily, inshallah. For those who wish to sponsor, please write down your name and contact information on the poster board in the back of the masjid. For detailed information, please contact Syed Kalamuddin at 712-204-6000.
May Allah bless all the muslims, and make this Ramadan the best days of our life.
Islamic Association of Arabi Board
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
The Crescent Moon to commence the month of Ramadan 1439 AH was searched after sunset on Tuesday, 15th May 2018. Reports from all sub Committees of Central Hilal Committee, both local and regional, unanimously confirmed that the moon was NOT SIGHTED. No verifiable source of any moon sighting was established.
Based on this information, The Central Hilal Committee of North America has declared Thursday, May 17th, 2018, the 1st day of Ramadan 1439 AH.
Salaat-ul-Taraweeh will start on Wednesday night after ISHA at 10:15pm in Masjid Yaseen, insha'Allah.
Islamic Association of Arabi
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Life of Sahaba
Hazrat Ali (RA) (Son Of Abu Talib)
Ali “Ibn” (son of) Abu Talib was the young cousin of Prophet Muhammad. This child, who greatly admired his older cousin, grew into a noble warrior for Islam, a knowledgeable judge, a remarkable exegete of Quran and a righteous leader of the Muslim nation.
Ali was born in Mecca around the year 600 CE. His father was Abu Talib, Prophet Muhammad’s uncle and staunch supporter. When Ali was a young child, a great famine ravaged the area around Mecca, food was scarce, and many families were unable to feed and clothe their children. Muhammad, who was not yet a prophet, offered to nurture and care for his young cousin. Consequently, Ali was raised by Muhammad and his first wife Khadijah. Ali adored his older cousin and followed him around copying Muhammad’s actions. As he grew older, Ali also began to emulate Muhammad’s noble ways.