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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Waterloo Masjid: Youth Program - Every Friday 6pm-7:30pm

Muslim Youth

Generation M

Weekly knowledge circles for youth
Every Friday @ Waterloo Masjid
6PM - 730PM | Highschoolers only

Generation Muslim knowledge circles combine practical Islamic knowledge, relevant material, and fun activities for high school youth (brothers and sisters). The program strives to facilitate leadership, activism, and the development of Muslim youth within our community. Weekly sessions are carried out under the supervision of Imam Abdul Mannan and with the assistance of local brothers and sisters.

If you're in high school, you don't want to miss Generation M.

Discover your Muslim identity! Sessions start
Friday November 26


Here's what you'll experience:

Practical Knowledge
Fun Activities
Local Speakers
We'll help equip you with the Islamic skills and knowledge to help you through every day life. Topics will include gender interactions, Muslim identity, time management, and more. From pizza and snacks to team building activities, sports, crafts, local outings, and much more. You'll have the chance to listen to speakers from your very own community; brothers and sisters who've gone to the same high schools as you and are attending the universities you want to attend.

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Waterloo Masjid
213 Erb St. West, Waterloo,
ON, Canada N2L 1V6 ,
Tel: (519) 886-8470
Telephone: (519) 886-8470

Friday, November 26, 2010

NAMF Annual Gala Dinner 2010 - Sat. Dec. 11, 2010: Jamil Dar Convention Hall

North American Muslim Foundation
4140 Finch Ave East
Scarborough, Ontario M1S3T9
Tel: 1-416-299-1969
Fax: 1-416-299-4890

QSSC - Quran and Sunnah Society of Canada: Call of Truth event - Dec. 24, 25 and 26 at Embers Banquet Hall

Quran and Sunnah Society of Canada
1865B Lawrence avenue East
Scarborough, ON, M1R 2Y3
Fax: 416-751-9926

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Islamic Institute of Toronto: Workshop on building healthy families - Sat. Nov. 27, 2010

Cours Information 
Islamic Institute of Toronto
Families in Crisis – A Workshop on Building Healthy Families
The Workshop will be held on Saturday, November 27 after Salaatul Dhuhr and will be facilitated by Dr. Nazila Isgandarova, an instructor with the Continuing Education Department of Emmanuel College at University of Toronto.
Course code:
Start date:
November 27, 2010
End date:
November 27, 2010
Saturday - one day only
1:00 - 5:00 p.m
Islamic Institute of Toronte

Handling Tough Times in Family

2010 Fall

“A family that cannot play together cannot stay together.”
One of the main reasons for the above is the type of communication, or lack thereof, within the family. The quality of communication always reflects the level of self-esteem that each individual brings to the family. It is about spontaneity, creativity, self-disclosure, and risk-taking. When we are not congruent in our communication, then problems of self-esteem, anger and self control and problems concerning unfinished business from childhood become obstacles in building the positive communication in family life.
The workshop is designed for families who are seeking to improve everyday communication among family members. The goal of the workshop is to teach communication techniques to improve the relationships in the family and to nurture in family members the capacity to engage in mindful communication with each other.

We will focus on family connections which start with enhanced self-esteem and how to help individuals to connect to their strengths and internal resources. We will also explore the five types of marriage and show how stable marriages have matched interaction styles and unstable marriages have mismatched interaction styles.

Participants will learn:

• How the quality of communication affects family relations.
• The impact of spoken and unspoken family rules on communication patterns through generations.
• How to handle difficult issues.

Nazila Isgandarova is a Doctor of Ministry candidate in Pastoral Counseling and Family Therapy at Wilfrid Laurier University.  She is a Spiritual and Religious Care Coordinator at Cummer Lodge Long Term Care Home (Toronto) and Chaplain at the Wenleigh Long Term Care Home in Mississauga.  She is currently an instructor with the Continuing Education Department of Emmanuel College at University of Toronto.  Nazila is an internationally-published researcher focusing on Islamic spiritual and religious care in a healthcare setting, pastoral counseling in a multi-faith context, and Muslim identity in the West.

 The workshop is open to students and adults, 15 years of age and above. It is highly recommended for community leaders, social workers, Imams, parents, student leaders and those who wish to improve communication skills in the family setting.
$15.00 for adults - register and pay online or pay in-person
$5.00 for students (register online, but pay in person)
Refreshments will be served.
Due to the interactive nature of the workshop, please register early to avoid disappointment.

Islamic Institute of Toronto (IIT)
1630 Neilson Road
Scarborough, ON
M1X 1S3
Phone: 416-335-9173 
Fax: 416-335-9208 

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Friday, November 12, 2010

#Hajj: pilgrimage to Makkah - Slideshow (pictures) #Hajj2010 Islam #Muslim #Allah #Kaaba

The annual hajj pilgrimage to Mecca

The annual pilgrimage, one of Islam's five pillars, draws 3 million each year, making it the largest yearly gathering of people in the world. Believers from all over the world travel to Mecca in Saudi Arabia

Sunday, November 7, 2010

#Eid-ul-Adha: Hilal Committee of #Toronto: #Eid ul Adha will be on Wednesday November 17th, 2010


Hilal Committee of Toronto: Dhul Hijjah 1431 / 2010 Moon Sighting Information

Dhul Hijjah starts Monday 8th of November 2010. EID AL ADHA is on Wednesday 17th November, 2010. Eid Mubaarak

There have been no reports of confirmed sightings of the new Hilal for Dhul Hijjah 1431 on the eve of Saturday the 29th Dhul Qa'adah 1431, from within the parameters of the Hilal Committee of Toronto. Therefore the Hilal Committee declares Monday 8th November the 1st of Dhul Hijjah. Accordingly;

 Eid Al Adha will be on Wednesday 17th November, 2010.

Eid Mubarak to one and all, including the over 90 member organizations with the Hilal Committee of GTA. 

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Islamic iPhone Apps #iPhone #iTunes #Muslim #Apps #iPad #Islam

Best Apple (iPhone) Deen Apps

by Reem Rahman
The following is a list of some of the favorite Apple applications used by authors as tools to help fill our lives with the light, love, and guidance of Allah (God), Islam, and the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. Like never before, the Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad and other devices allow for volumes of sacred Islamic texts and teachings and to be accessible within the palm of our hand. They place gems at our fingertips, whether they are the noblest of adkhar (remembrances) and du`a’ (supplication), quotes from the premier scholars in Islamic history, or extraordinary tools for understanding Arabic and the Qur’an.
What remains to be seen with these and other modern resources is whether we have the strength to open our hearts, organize our time, and discipline our minds enough to derive benefit from them. It is for us to ensure that the resources don’t just leave us like the people of Prophet Nuh `alayhi sallatu wa sallam (may Allah send his peace and blessings on them), left behind in the flood of the times – for us the flood of instant distractions that increasingly surrounds us.
As is said in the beautiful, oft-cited du`a’:
يَا مُقَلِّبَ الْقُلُوبِ ثَبِّتْ قَلْبِى عَلَى دِينِكَ
Ya Muqallib al-Quloob, Thabbit Qalbi Ala Deenik
“Oh Turner of Hearts, keep my heart firm on Your Deen.”
Note that by no means is this list intended to be comprehensive. The descriptions after each item provide brief highlights with links leading to the full description of features.
Tell us what you think of these or what your other favorite apps are!
  • iAzkar [Free] – In Arabic only; has common recommended remembrances for each part of the day
  • Divine Names [Full - $1.99, Lite with 10 names - Free] – Beautiful recitation & presentation to help memorize 99 names of our Creator
  • iHadith [40 hadiths - Free, others from $3.99-$6.99 each] - offers 5 different complete collections
  • Daily Hadith [Free] – One hadith, along with an explanation, downloads daily (Internet connection needed)
  • Hadith Qudsi [Free]
  • Fortification of the Muslim [$1.99] – One of the most popular du’a’ books in the world for just $1.99! You can also search for du’as by topic
  • QDu’aas [Full - $2.99, Lite with 3 du’as - Free] – Has over 40 du’as found in the Quran
  • Fiqh Us-Sunnah [$2.99] – Complete compilation of the English translation of the book Fiqh-us-Sunnah by Sayyid Saabiq
  • alQuran [Free] – Has an Arabic search engine too, can access over a 100 translations in more than 30 different languages
  • Al-Mus’haf – [Free] – Actually mirrors the Madinah mushaf commonly used for memorization exactly! Many other great features as well (see site). can be difficult to navigate.
  • myQuran [Full - $7.99, Lite with 5 surahs - Free] – Breaks words down to their roots and root meaning! Great letter pronunciation (makharij) guide even on the free version. Has the Saheeh International translation too; a bit pricey but truly worth it!
  • Quran Reader [$2.99] – Allows the Quran to be read in all-Arabic or all-English. Arabic is in beautiful, HD Othmani text. Includes full text search in Arabic or English
  • iPray [Full - $3.99, Lite features are quite sufficient - Free]
  • QamarDeen [Free] – Tracks and give stats & charts on your prayer, fasting, & more!
  • Zabihah – [Free] – Guide to Halal Restaurants & Mosques
May we benefit from these resources and be a people that brings benefit to others, a people that helps uplift all of humanity.

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