Signed in as:
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Peace Mercy and Blessing of Allah be upon you
Praise be to Allah, prayers and peace be upon the Messenger of Allah, since it has been announced that the proof of the sighting of the crescent has been announced in many Islamic countries, today Thursday is the last day of the holy month of Ramadan, and tomorrow Friday the twenty-first of April is the first of Shawwal, the day of Eid al-Fitr. We announce to everyone that the Eid prayer tomorrow Friday at Al-Iman Mosque will be in the mosque. And there will be 3 Prayers, the first one is at 7 . 5 and the second at 8 . 5 and the third at 9 . 10 in the morning, God willing.
We remind all brothers and sisters that the parking lot will be closed and we ask you to stop cars in the sub-streets to avoid crowds near the mosque.
I ask Allah SWT to accept our good deeds
Your brother / Mohamed Ayoub
It was announced that the new moon was sighted in many Muslim countries. Therefore, today Thursday is the last day of the month of Ramadan and tomorrow Friday, April 21, 2023, will be the day of Eid ul Fitr, the first day of the month Shawwal. The Eid prayer in Masjid Aleiman will be held the Masjid on, with 1st salat at 7:30, 2nd Salat at 8:30 and 3ed Salat at 9:30am, insha allah.
We would like to remind everyone who are coming for Salat to park on the streets as the Parking lot will be closed off.
I ask Almighty Allah to accept our good deeds
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