IMAM WARSH QUR’AN SCHOOL

Z A Y T U N A I N S T I T U T E P R E S E N T S

IMAM WARSH QUR’AN SCHOOL

Spring Sessions 2007
April 1st to June 3rd

Sundays, 10:00am – 1:00pm

The Imam Warsh Qur’an School is dedicated to teaching children traditional Islamic knowledge appropriate for their age. We focus on Qur’anic memorization and instilling love of Allah, the Qur’an and the Prophet Muhammad, sallaAllahu alaihi wassalam, and respect for the chivalrous characteristics of the Muslims of the past.

INSTRUCTORS

Qari Amar Bellaha, Muhammad Nabil Afifi, Mona Elzankaly, Rumana Abdullah, and other volunteers.

CLASSES

– Students will work towards memorization of the Qur’an, learning proper pronunciation and reading of the Qur’an by studying tajweed and the fundamentals of the Arabic language.

– In addition to Qua’ran memorization students will be taught seerah, stories of the prophets, and selected hadith from the Content of Character by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf.

– The program is comprised of three main class groupings: Beginner, Intermediate, & Advanced.

REGISTRATION

Registration is open to children ages 7-14. All children must be registered and have a completed application/registration form on file. Application forms can be picked up at the Zaytuna office or you can downloaded from our website (click here). Parents may submit their completed applications to the Zaytuna office or the program staff.

Student tuition is $150 per semester. It must be paid in full, at the start of each semester. Upon acceptance in to the program, parents may submit their tuition to the Zaytuna office or the program staff.

FOR MORE INFO

Phone: 510-582-0115 | E-mail: [email protected] | Visit: http://www.zaytuna.org/quranschool.asp

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Friday, Mar. 30th | Mawlid at Zaytuna

As-Salamu alaykum,

The 12th of the Islamic month Rabi al-Awwal, Friday night and Saturday, March 30th and 31st, is considered by many to be the date of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (Mawlid an-Nabi), upon him be peace. While we benefit every day from the coming into this world of the blessed Messenger of God, upon him be peace, the mawlid is an occasion to celebrate the great blessing he was to all of creation.

Zaytuna Institute would like to invite you to a special community gathering.

Mawlid an-Nabi
Friday, March 30th, 6:30 p.m.
with Shaykh Hamza and Imam Zaid and special guests

– Community Dinner at 6:30

– Special lectures and nasheeds after Maghrib

This program is free, and all are welcome.

For more information:
please call 510-582-1979
e-mail [email protected]
or visit www.zaytuna.org

Friday Khutbah (16 March 2007): Allah has order men to be good to his parent, his mother in particular.

Friday Khutbah (16 March 2007): Allah has order men to be good to his parent, his mother in particular.

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This khutbah explain some of the virtues of looking after parents. It also highlights the importance of looking after our parents.

Q & A: How much do you need to listen for your Friday prayer to be valid?

QA: How much do you need to listen for your Friday prayer to be valid?

Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

Q: How much of Friday Khutbah do you need to listen to for your Friday prayer to be valid

A:
bismi-llāhi ar-raḥmāni ar-raḥīmi

Walaikum assalam wa rahmatullah,

In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate

1. Attending the khutba is a necessary duty, and it is sinful to be late for the khutba. It is necessary, too, to take the means to be able to attend the khutba in full; and anything that delays one’s attendance of the khutba–even an otherwise praiseworthy matter such as a sunna ghusl for Friday–is interdicted, because of the Divine Command, “… if the call to prayer is given on Friday, then hasten to the remembrance of Allah [f: namely, the khutba] and leave your trade.” [Qur’an]

2. However, the validity of one’s Friday prayer itself is not contingent upon attending the khutba. Rather, one’s Friday prayer itself is valid and counts even if one joined the congregation at the very end.

[Ref: Ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar; Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah]

And Allah alone gives success.

Faraz Rabbani

Source: SunniPath

Friday Khutbah (09 March 2007): Three point muslims needs to have in order to live in a non-muslim society.

Friday Khutbah (09 March 2007): Three point muslims needs to have in order to live in a non-muslim society.

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1) As a muslim you should be able to implement Islam in totality according to the Qur’an and Sunnah

2) We are able to transfer Islamic values to our children. If this is not possible you cant not justify living in a non-muslim society.

3) We are able to give Dawah to people of society we are living.