Preparing for Ramadan 2010 / 1431 (program) - Islamic Institute of Toronto: Sat. Aug. 7th - 7-10pm

Preparing for Ramadhan: Sat. Aug. 7, 7 pm – 10 pm

As we draw closer to the blessed month of Ramadhan, it is only befitting that we prepare ourselves intellectually, spiritually and emotionally to ensure that we derive the maximum benefits that this month has to offer. In this program, our esteemed scholars will explore the meaning, objectives and inner dimensions of fasting in the month of Ramadhan, and will take us on a journey of understanding the divine revelation, its prominence in our lives and how best we can translate its worldview, values and obligations in our individual and collective lives.

: Shaikh Ahmad Kutty, Imam Dr. Hamid SlimiWith recitations by Qari Mustafa Esharif and Qari Walid Salem

Free admission, light refreshments

Ramadan 1431 - preparations have begun

The IIT has already begun preparations for this year's Ramadan - the first day of fasting is August 11, and the first Taraweeh will be on August 10.

In addition to Tarawih, Jumu'ah and Eid Prayers, we will offer a comprehensive Ramadan program, including the following:

An evening lecture and fiqh session on Saturday, August 7: Preparing for Ramadan
Lecture and Iftar program on Saturday evenings during Ramadan
• Special Youth Sessions on Friday afternoons (from Salaatul Jumu'ah to Salaatul Maghrib)
Qur'an Recitation and Memorization classes with our guest Qurra'
• Collection and distribution of Zakaatul Maal and Zakaatul Fitr
• Weekly internet radio broadcasts, as well as broadcast of all lecture programs

Details on these and other programs will be made available soon, inshaAllah.

As with previous years, we would like to offer an opportunity to our community to sponsor the above programs, including the weekly iftar program. If you wish to sponsor any of the above programs, please contact the office for more details.

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