Imam Ilyas Sidyot

Visit the Mosque:
We live in diverse, multi-religious communities and understand that the differences surrounding faith, culture, and ethics sometimes present a challenge to the members of the respective communities. We at Islamic Center & Mosque 222-Copland crescent make every effort to ensure that our doors are open to dialogue, by ensuring that engagement with different faith groups is promoted and openly welcomed. We have schools, churches, hospital, from all over the Saskatoon who come and visit us time to time and are given an insight in to the beautiful religion of Islam. Our Mosque is an ideal place to start to get to know about what it is like to be a Muslim and what the common personal, social and religious duties are for a Muslim on a day to day basis. Come VISIT us! For further information on our facilities and to arrange a visit please email imam@islamiccenter.sk.ca or call 306-341-8888


Inshallah we will update our website regarding Eid Ul Fitr announcement. Pls check website after Maghrib

The Million Salutations Campaign


And We did not send you (O dear Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him) except as a mercy for the entire world. (Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him – is the Prophet towards all mankind )(21:107)

Durood

Let us use constructively in order to demonstrate through love with Nabi Muhammad (sallahu alayhi wassalam) by making habit of sending salutations upon him in abandon. In order to motivate and encourage people to recite salutations we have created this campaign.

You can recite any durood and enter the number in the form at the bottom.

  • You can recite salutations while you are driving.
  • At work during break time.
  • Travelling in the bus or in other transportation.
  • Before or after salah.
  • At home.

We have created a page in a form of a graph to show you quantity of salutations recited.


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I'tikaf Programs in IAS

 


IAS Ramadan Schedule

 

Daily IAS Ramadan Programs

 


ITIKAF

The Messenger of Allah (blessings of Allah be upon him and his family) is reported to have said: "The persons who secludes himself (for Itikaf) in true faith and hope (of reward from Allah), all of his previous sins shall be forgiven." (Kanzul Ummal, Hadith 24007)


Why do Muslims Fast?

Most of us who are fighting the battle of the bulge have experimented with some form of fasting, like an all fruit fast, a water fast or an sugar-free fast, you name it. But what many may find rather strange and intriguing is a whole nation of people; be it man or woman, old or young, rich or poor; going completely without food and drink from dawn to dusk for a whole month - Ramadan



Receiving Ramadhan

It is appropriate that every Muslim should receive the blessed month of Ramadan with repentance, sincerity, resoluteness and earnestness. He/she should make the intention to perform extra acts of devotion and worship therein, including the Night Prayer (qiyam), recitation of Qur'an, and abundant charity to the poor and needy.


A Suggested timetable for Ramadhaan

We must wake up for suhoor as it is a Sunnah of our Rasool (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam). He has informed us that the food of suhoor is full of Barakah: "Eat suhoor, because in it lie great blessings." (Bukhari, Muslim) We should arrange our time for suhoor in such a way that we are also able to perform at least 4-8 rak'at of tahajjud together with du'a for about 15 minutes or more. Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) has said that the du'a in the darkness of the night (after tahajjud) is readily accepted by Allah. (Tirmizi)


All Canada unites through gestures of solidarity
in wake of shooting that left 6 dead in
Quebec City Mosque.
Messages of Support and Solidarity received at
Islamic Center Saskatoon.
Thank you ! Thank you ! May Allah the Almighty bless us all Canadians and our country.


 


Islamic Marriage & Counseling Services

We provide free Counselling services to the public.

Services Include    

  • Islamic Counselling & advice
  • Marriage Counselling
  • Marriages (Islamic or Civil)
  • Masaaíl and Fatwas

Times: Monday to Friday Between 1pm and 4pm  &  Between Maghrib and Isha Salaah

Please Note: Sessions are preferably by appointment.

You can make an appointment by calling: 306-665-6424 or emailing: imam@islamiccenter.sk.ca For urgent matter 306-341-8888 Cell


Q & A

This question is regarding Wudhu.....

Buying houses on mortgage...

In our city, one of Christian sister converted to Islam.....