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Prayer Timings - 20 Jun. (09 Dhuʻl-Qiʻdah)

AdhaanIqamah
Fajr03:36 AM04:45 AM
Sunrise05:18 AM
Dhuhr12:55 PM01:30 PM
Asr06:11 PM06:30 PM
Maghrib08:31 PM08:34 PM
Isha10:13 PM10:20 PM

Jumu'ah Timings

Jumu'ahKhutba
First Jumuah01:30 PM JUMMAH MUBARAK
Second Jumuah 02:00 PMJUMMAH MUBARAK
Third Jumuah 02:30 PMJUMMAH MUBARAK

Fajr
03:36 AM
Iqamah
04:45 AM

Dhuhr
12:55 PM
Iqamah
01:30 PM

Asr
06:11 PM
Iqamah
06:30 PM

Maghrib
08:31 PM
Iqamah
08:34 PM

Isha
10:13 PM
Iqamah
10:20 PM

Jumu’ah
1:30 PM
2:00 PM
2:30 PM

20 Jun. (09 Dhuʻl-Qiʻdah)
Islamic Programs

The purpose of Nazira is to develop the ability to recite the Quran in the manner in which it was revealed. Learning basic rules of Tajweed and applying them in Quran recitation facilitates this obligation. The primary goal of the program is that the students are able to read Quran fluently, focusing on their ability to correctly pronounce the words and recite Quran applying all the basic rules of Tajweed.

  • Pronounce each letter with its correct Makhraj and qualities
  • Recognize and apply Madd-e-Asli (Huroof-e-Madd/Harakaat-e-Madd) in their recitation in the correct manner without omission
  • Recognize and apply the rules of Ghunna
  • Understand and apply the rules of Waqf, Ikhfaa, Idghaam, Izhaar, Iqlaab, Madd-e-Muttasil & Madd-e-Munfasil, and Madd-e-Laazim & Madd-e-Aaridh
  • Maintains fluency with minimal teacher support

Monday through Thursday 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM at Masjid Al-Islam and Masjid Al-Jumu’ah
For more information, contact us at imam@bolingbrookmasjid.com

Tafseer

There are many reasons why it is so important for knowledgeable people to provide us with tafseers of the Quran. This is a general statement for all Muslims whether they be English-speaking or Arabic-speaking. Everyone needs to understand the Quran and without expounding and clarifying the meanings of it, it is impossible to understand all of it. The Arabic-speaking individual might think that they need no explanation of the Quran, but they will be in grave error to think so. Firstly, because the language of the Quran is a special Arabic that was spoken at the time it was revealed, by the people who witnessed the revelations. This language is not spoken anymore, it is almost non-existent in the world except for what is in the Quran. Also certain Arabic words can have multiple meanings, so if one does not research the meaning behind a certain word in a certain verse, then they might very wrongly interpret it. It has to be understood that many portions of the Quran are pretty clear and self-explanatory and need not be explained, but other parts may lead to some major confusion if the person does not know, who the verse is referring to, what the story is, in what time period did this take place? This is called Azbaab un-Nuzul. To know all of this, implies that one must seek knowledge of the Quran from the proper sources of tafseer.

Urdu

Tuesdays by Mawlana Abdul Rahim Tahir at Masjid Al-Islam

English

Fridays by Mawlana Arif Kamal at Masjid Al-Jumu’ah