Masjid Arafat Successfully Hosts First “Fajr Club” Meeting, Will Host Future Meetings Every Sunday

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On November 7th 2021, Masjid Arafat hosted its first Fajr Club session, with high turnout. Fajr Club is a fun event for all people, including youth and elders, that involves activities such as: skits, Quran/Hadith readings, reminders, breakfast, and basketball. We plan on holding future Fajr Club meetings every Sunday, after Fajr salah. We hope […]

Laylatul Qadr

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Why is Laylatul Qadr Important? Laylatul Qadr, often translated as the Night of Power, or Night of Decree, or Night of Glory falls in one of the last ten nights of the month of Ramadan. This is the night in which God began the revelation of the Quran. Worship done in this single night is […]

Muslim Marriage: Beliefs, Rules & Customs

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Islam is easily the second-largest religion in the world. Well over one billion people practice some form of the faith, and a majority of the faithful put religion at the heart of how they live their lives. Learning more about the diverse community of Muslims and the way they’re expected to conduct themselves throughout the […]

Norms & Vales In Islam

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“Allah does not burden a soul beyond that it can bear – Surah Baqarah – V 286“ Allah Prof. Dr. Ahmet Akgunduz Rector of the Islamic University of Rotterdam  There is a continuing international debate around the world in general and in the Netherlands in particular. There are a lot of views and opinions about globalization of norms and values. […]