Masjid e Umer 79 Queens Road, Walthamstow, London, Greater London, E17 8QR
YES .....Its the SEASON OF HAJJ AGAIN...Alhumdulillah.
Are You Going To perform Hajj This Year 2016?
Have you prepared Yourself For This Journey of a Lifetime?
Do you want to Learn the way the Hajj Should be Performed?
This is an Opportunity Not to be missed!
How To Perform Hajj: A Detailed Programme with Power point Presentation
By Moulana Muhammad Shoyaib Nurgat, Imam of Masjid e Umer Walthamstow.
Venue: Masjid E Umer, 79 Queens Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 8QR
Date: Sunday 21st August 2016
Time: 9-00 AM till Zuhr Salah PROGRAMME WILL START 9AM SHARP inshallah
Facilities for Sisters as well from the Chelmsford Road entrance.
A Qualified Dr will also put forward a Short presentation on ‘General health during Hajj’
PowerPoint slides that will be discussed can be found here
Come along and invite others
Event live online as well at
http://www.masjideumer.org.uk/live/ or on scanner frequency 454.7875 / 454.8000
Inshallah Eid ul Fitr will be on Wednesday 6th July 2016( tomorrow)
SALATULFAJR WILL BE AT 4-20 AM AT THE MASJID
FIRST SALAAT AT 5-30AM @ MASJID-E-UMER
SECOND SALAAT AT 7-15AM
@ THE PAVILLION BANQUETING SUITE
324, HOE STREET
THE HALL WILL OPEN AT 7-00 AM
(Please bring your own musallah and come prepared with wudu as there is no wudu facilitiy in the Pavilion)
Hazrat abu hurrairah (ra) relates that rasulullah (saw) said whom so ever allah gives wealth, but who do not pay its zakat, his wealth will be likened for him on the resurrection day to a huge bald snake having two fangs. It will bite him round his neck and take hold of him with his two fangs meaning its two jaws and say – i am your wealth and i am your hidden treasure. Then he recited “and let not those who covetously with hold of that which allah has bestowed on them out of his bounty” ‘alaayah’.
Zakat is fardh upon a person if s/he is A Muslim, An Adult, Sane, and owns wealth equal to the value of Nisab. Nisab is the amount of wealth, which makes one liable for payment of Zakat and must remain in his/her possession for one Lunar year***.Read more...