Quran Khatm

We will complete the Quran on Wednesday June 29th In Sha Allah. Please join us at 10:10 PM. We would like to take this opportunity and encourage you to donate for the two Huffath who led the Taraweeh this year. Please donate and label the envelop so we know it is going toward their gift.
Quran Khatm

Annual Fundraising

Annual Fundraising
We invite you to join our annual fundraising Iftar this Friday June 24th @ ICL or Saturday June 25th @ MCC. If you cannot make it please use our online donation system or mail a check to our address.

ICL holds ONE fundraising per year, please donate generously in order to cover our expenses for the whole year.

List of monthly expenses:
Rent: $1,800
Utilities: $200
Quran/Sunday School: $1,000
Jumuah: $500

These expenses do not include maintenance and renovation, Taraweeh Hafizs, security system, etc.

Jakazom Allah Khair!

Ramadan Updates

  • Please join us at Isha to pray Taraweeh. Enjoy the beautiful recitation led by Hafith Kamran Ahmad and Hafith Mattiullah Barekzaie.
  • Khatim is projected to be on Wednesday June 29th (the night of the 25th of Ramadan).
  • Our annual fundraising Iftar is on Friday June 24th. Note that ICL does ONE fundraising per year , please join us and support your center! Food will be provided. Please text (925) 315-7402 to confirm the number of people attending from your family.
  • We have two potluck Iftars. Friday June 17th and July 1st. Please text (925) 315-7402 the item you wish to bring.
  • Zakat Al-Fitr is $7 per family member. Pay it by the 15th of Ramadan to give us time to distribute it.
  • Dates and Milk are provided daily at ICL. Dates are on Entrance table, Milk is in the fridge.

Zakat el Fitr

Zakat Al Fitr

You can pay Zakat el Fitr here. We recommend that you pay it by the 15th of Ramadan to give us some time to distribute it before Eid Prayers. $7 per family member.

Sadaqat al-fitr is obligatory upon every Muslim who is self-supporting, if he has one “Saa’” or more than he needs of food for himself and his family on the day and night of Eid. If a person does not pay zakaat al-fitr, he is sinning, and he has to make it up.

Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) enjoined zakaat al-fitr, a saa’ of dates, or a saa’ of barley, upon all the Muslims, slave and free, male and female, young and old, and he commanded that it be paid before the people went out to pray.” Agreed upon; this version was narrated by al-Bukhaari.

And Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri narrated: “We used to pay zakaat al-fitr when the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was alive, a saa’ of food or a saa’ of dates or a saa’ of barley or a saa’ of raisins or a saa’ of dried yoghurt.” Agreed upon.

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