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here. You can also send a check to:
P.O. Box 1289
Clarkston, GA. 30021.
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Masjid Al-Momineen is located in Clarkston, Georgia. Please click here for full directions
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Location and Directions
from MASJID AL-MOMINEEN
Sep. 08, 2009
AsSalaamu 'Eleikum wa Rahmatullah.
Prophet Muhammad (peace of God be upon him) said: "Search for Laylat Al-Qadr (night of power or night of destiny) in the odd-numbered nights of
the last ten days of Ramadan." Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 3, Hadith 234
As we enter the last 10 days of Ramadan, we are reminded of
Laylat Al-Qadr which is better than a thousand months based on Sura 97 of the Holy Quran. To celebrate this amazing night, we are encouraged
to spend the night in I'tikaf, in prayers and in recitation of Quran. Please come to Masjid Al-Momineen to spend some or all of
these last 10 nights of Ramadan with us in worship.
EID MAY FALL ON SUNDAY, SEP 20
According to moonsighting.com, there is a good chance of
sighting the moon in South Africa and South America on September, 19. Therefore, Eid will most likely be celebrated in North America
on Sunday, September 20, inSha'Allah. You may check the Masjid website starting on September 19
for up to date information with respect to the exact day of Eid.
KHATM-ul-QURAN - ON FRIDAY, SEP 18
We plan, inSha'Allah, to complete the Tarawih recitation of the Holy Quran on Frday, September 18, or the night of the 29th day of Ramadan. The Khatm will be
preceeded by a fundraiser starting at 9pm. We encourage you to come prepared and take advantage of the special favors awaiting those who give in charity
during this blessed month.
This year, Sadaqa-tul-Fitr is set at $7.00 per family member - young
or old alike. Only according to Hanafi Fiqh, the amount
is set at $3.50. So, if you and your spouse have two children, you are to pay 14 Dollars
($3.50 x 4 people) if you follow the Hanafi madhab, or $24 ($7.00 x 4) otherwise. You have
to distribute the Zakat-ul-Fitr money before Eid prayer. The idea is that the poor too should
have a chance to participate in Eid celebrations along with those of better fortunes.
Clarkston hosts a large number of international Muslim refugees and Masjid Al-Momineen is in the best position to properly distribute your Fitr Sadaqa
to the local needy. You can either visit the Masjid to pay your family's Sadaqa dues
before Eid prayer on Sunday - by cash of course - or using major credit/debit cards right now by clicking on the icon below.