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    Annual Fundraiser Raiser

    Assalamu Alikum May Allah bless you all and your families in this holy month of Ramadan Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (sal Allahu alayhi wa salaam) said: "Whoever builds a mosque with the intention of seeking Allah's pleasure, Allah will build for him a place in Paradise." Sahih Al-Bukhai, Hadith #441 | Vol.1 | Agreed Upon Whatever you give or spend in the way of Allah will be returned to you in manifold increase. Allah, the most Bountiful and the most Loving, commends: Lend unto God a goodly loan. Whatever good you shall forward on your behalf you shall find it with God, as better and richer in reward. [al-Muzzammil 73: 20.] Be generous, therefore, for whatever you spend on yourself is only for your temporary sustenance while whatever you spend in the way of Allah is an investment in your future for which will provide everlasting sustenance. Seek to invest in others for your own benefit with whatever Allah has endowed you. Allah says: Of their wealth take alms to purify and sanctify them. [at-Tawba 9:103.] Furthermore: He that spends his possessions [on others] so that he might grow in purity. [al-Layl 92: 18.] Love for worldly possessions is primarily a disease of the heart while the purpose of sadaqa is to act as its antidote or cure. Sadaqa serves as a form of dhikr to remind us that all forms of wealth come from Allah and what we possess is .simply a short term loan for which we will be held accountable when our contract expires please give to Masjid Dar- Aljalal Expansion Project 1) Dome 2) Minaret 3) Kitchen 4) Cafeteria 5) Gym (basketball Court) 6) 10,000 Square Feet expansion We need your help in a accomplishing this project the community is growing expansion is needed for many purposes to bring all our kids and keep them in the masjid atmosphere keep the masjid full at all times Dome and Minaret will give the masjid its true image for the none Muslims it represent our Islam icon the masjid is located at highway location that connects saint louis Mo To Kansas city and Memphis TN will give a bright image to dawa for the none Muslims and travelers we included a Movie for you to see the project and the expansion details the project is estimated to cost around $475,000 we inshallah going to raise the funds this month we really need your help in making this project come to realty once a Gain may Allah bless you any donation will be tax free we will provide every one with donation receipt we are tax exempt none profit organization...[+]

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    Sunday School Registration

    We going to open sunday school registration for Al-huda Sunday school on August the 7th of 2016 $350.00 Per student Al-Huda School is an Islamic Weekend School attended by147 students annually. Enrollment consists of boys: ages 4 to 10 years old, and girls: ages 5 to 15 years old.The school curriculum teaches: the Holy Quran, Islamic Studies (Hadith Seerah, Aqeedah, Dua’a), and Arabic language (reading, spelling, and grammar).The school operates on Sundays from 11:00 am to 2 pm in the Dar Aljalal Mosque facility at 8945 Dunn Road, Hazelwood, MO 63042 . During operational hours the phone number is (314) 837 – 5000. Please leave a brief message including a phone ...[+]

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    Importance Of Friday Prayer In Islam

    The Holy Prophet Muhammad ﷺdescribed the virtues of Jummah prayer in the following hadith with these words; ”When the Friday comes, at every door of the Masjid there stands Angels who write down (the names of) those who come First, then who comes next. When the Imam sits down, the records are closed and they come to listen to the reminder , i.e. the Khutba….” Muslim 1984. From authentic ahadith, it is taken that Prophet Muhammad ﷺadvised Muslims to recite surah al-Kahf on every Friday to keep safe from the fitnah of dajjal. While the fast on Jummah is forbidden i.e. the single fast in a week cannot be observed on jummah but it can be observed in pair i.e. with Thursday or with Saturday. From the history, it is proven that Jummah was most important day for the previous nations as well. It is still considered a blessed day in many religions for example Hinduism. Thus, Friday is considered a special and important day right from the very beginning of humanity...[+]