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Darse- E -Quran

Darse e Quran by Moulana Mohammad Saheb is held, in English on Saturdays after Esha Jamaat and Majlis on rectification of the self (islah of the nafs) in Urdu and English, is held after Zuhar Jammat on Sundays. All lectures are boardcasted live and past lectures can be downloaded from www.miftahuljannah.org

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Masjid e Umer 79 Queens Road, Walthamstow, London, Greater London,  E17 8QR 

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Eid al Fitr 1441 / 2020

Assalamualaikum wwb  

Alhamdulillah we have recieved news of  positive sighting of the Hilal of Shawwal.

Eid ul fitr will be tomorrow,  Sunday the 24th of May 2020  

Eid Mubarak, Taqabalahu minna wa minkum.

Wassalam 

 

Imam Muhammad Shoyaib

 Please note:

  • Due to COVID there is no Eid salah and you are requetsed to pray at home. 

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With footage going viral not only locally but nationally and globally of yesterday’s historic call to prayer (Adhaan) in Waltham Forest from a number of mosques in the borough, Irfan Akhtar (Media spokesperson and trustee of Waltham Forest Islamic Association - Lea Bridge Road Mosque) explains why this initiative was created.

A kind request for everyone to leave their feedback, especially positive on wfcom.org/calltoprayer. This is vitally important for us to be able to assess the success of this campaign and to keep it going inshaAllah.

 

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WFCOM Call to Prayer

Your local mosque and your Muslim neighbours are currently observing the holy month of Ramadan. The month is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and charity, much of which is community based. 

 

We have all found ourselves in the unprecedented situation of lockdown. This year we have had to ask our congregations to practice their faith from home while keeping themselves and others safe and observe the lockdown. We have instructed our congregations to stay at home to pray and break their fasts with their families as our mosques remain closed with social distancing guidelines being adhered to.

 

During this unprecedented time and due to the impact of the lockdown restrictions, WFCOM  has been given permission to perform the Adhaan (the call to prayer) publicly on Fridays around 1pm, to alert people to the time of the Friday Prayer and also once every evening at sunset to announce the time of breaking the fast. We have taken this initiative to remind people to continue to stay at home, while they can hear the Adhaan with their families. The Adhaan being called will be in Arabic and the translation is:

 

“God is Great

I bear witness that there is nothing worthy of worship except God

I bear witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of God

Pray in your homes

Come to success

God is Great

There is nothing worthy of worship except God”

 

We trust this will not inconvenience anyone and hope you enjoy the melodious Adhaan. The Adhaan will take less than five minutes and due care will be taken not to cause nuisance to the neighbourhood. We stand shoulder to shoulder with our neighbours and we are sure that you will support us in this endeavour. If you would like to discuss any aspect of this letter or have any general questions about WFCOM’s activities please do not hesitate to contact us at www.wfcom.org/calltoprayer 

 

Yours faithfully,

 

WFCOM - Waltham Forest Council of Mosques

 

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Ruling of praying following audio stream or broadcast

*The broadcasting of the recitation of the Holy Qur'aan from the Masjid receiver system is only for the purpose of listening*

To join a congregational Ṣalah through a receiver system including Taraweeh Salah is invalid.

Iqtidaa (following the Imam) is only valid if a person is physically present in the Masjid.

 

The purpose of Masjid e Umer Broadcasting the Taraweeh Salah with the Holy Qur'aan being recited is, so that people can benefit through listening to the recitation. There are great rewards for reciting and listening to the Holy Qur'aan.

  

Be aware that:


Listening to a verse of Sajdah e Tilawah via any form of live broadcast necessitates Sajdah e Tilawah on the listener.


Imam Muhammad Shoyaib

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