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Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi  Wabarakatu

Updated  2020-05-23       09:34:00

Eid-ul-Fitr Annoucement:

Masjid Al Ansar would like to wish all brothers and sisters Eid Mubarak.May Allah accept all our fast,Ibadaat and good deeds during the month and forgive our sins and transgressions and ease the pain and sufferings of all our Muslims brothers and sisters around the world.
The Masjid remain closed. Due to the present COVID19 pandemic and  there will be no Eid Salaat at the Masjid, but we encourage you to pray at home with your family and join CAMA  for a virtual live session at 8:30 am at https://cama.one/eid-ul-fitr and instructional video how to perform the Eid salaat at https://cama.one/eid-ul-fitr.

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 Dear Brothers/Sisters in Islam

Assalamu-Alaikum-Wa-Raahmatullahi-Wa-Barakaatuh 

 Eid Mubarak

 Eid is an auspicious occasion which concludes the month of Ramadan. Eid ul Fitr prayers and celebrations will be muted (affected) at the masjid this year as our community and Muslims around the world adapt measures to curb the spread of the Coronavirus including the suspension of congregational Eid prayers, outdoor events and other celebrating activities with families and friends.

Let us use this day of Eid to give thanks to Allah (SWT) for experiencing another Ramadan allowing us to complete and to fulfill our obligation of fasting, strive to acquire Taqwah (consciousness of Allah), and our spiritual and personal elevation. May Allah keep us safe from this virus which brought life to a standstill including religious lockdowns and social interactions. I hope and pray that we had time to reflect on how much we depend on our creator, how fragile life is, and how things can change instantly. As we visit extended families, relatives, and friends on this glorious day, stay safe and maintain social distancing.

We are aware that Shaitan will be looming ready to misguide us to destroy the piety, self-control, and discipline which we have worked so hard for during this month. So, let us strive to protect it by staying steadfast in prayers, fast on Mondays or Thursdays, read Quran daily and be kind and thoughtful to others in need. I encourage you to continue fasting the extra six days in Shawwal to gain the blessings that we were promised.

As a reminder, all brothers, and sisters, please pay your Zakat, Sadaqah, and donations to the masjid. May this special day bring peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. Best wishes for a joyous Eid!

Lastly, we would like to express our condolences to all the brothers and sisters who lost love one during this pandemic. May Allah forgive their sins and grant them Jannat ul firdus and bring comfort and patience on the relatives.

Your Brother in Islam

Rafeek Munusami Rafeek Munusami

 (Administrator, Masjid Al Ansar, Inc)

 

  Masjid Al-Ansar, Inc. is in close collaboration with the other Muslim organizations in the New York City area. We have direct relations with many organizations whose objectives coincide with our philosophy of mono-theism and the upliftment of the human order. Our international brotherhood spreads across geographic and cultural backgrounds. Our observances and celebration of events are related to the brotherhood of the New York Islamic Foundation, the North American Muslim Organization, and the World Muslim Organization. We share in the belief that resides with the Almighty Allah as the ever Supreme. We comply with the guidance of the Holy Quran, and we further comply with all the laws and regulations of civilized societies with specific observation of the laws of the United States of America. We believe in individual freedom, limited only when that individual freedom restricts the freedom of any other human being, Muslim or non-Muslim.

 

HOW TO PRAY EID-UL-FITR SALAAH 

 

 

There are different ways to pray Eid-ul-Fitr Salaah. There is no Adhaan or Iqamah for the prayer.

Method 1

The first Raka’ah

 Step 1:

Make an intention of doing two Raka’at for Eid-ul-Fitr prayer facing the Qiblah for the sake of Allah.

  • Step 2: After saying “Allahu Akbar” the first time, raise your hands and fold them as usual. This is the first Takbeer of the prayer and then recite the Du’a of starting the prayer (Thana).
  • Step 3: There will be 7 extra Takbeers before beginning recitation of the Quran. Each time you say “Allahu Akbar”, raise your hands, then put them down by your sides.  After the seventh Takbeer, you should fold your hands again as usual and begin recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah and another Surah.
  • Step 4: Then say “Allahu Akbar” and go to Ruku (the bowing position).
  • Step 5: Stand up straight after Sami Allahu liman Hamidah.
  • Step 6: Then say “Allahu Akbar” go to Sujud (prostration). You will do two prostrations as in normal prayer.

 The second Raka’ah

 Step 7:After the Takbeer of standing for the second Raka’ah, there will be 5 extra Takbeers before beginning recitation of Qur’an. Each time you say “Allahu Akbar”, raise your hands, then put them down by your sides.  After the fifth Takbeer, you should fold your hands again as usual and begin recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah and another Surah.

  • Step 8: You then complete the Salaah like your regular prayer.

 Method 2

The first Raka’ah

 Step 1: Make an intention of doing two Raka’at for Eid-ul-Fitr prayer facing the Qiblah for the sake of Allah.

  • Step 2: After saying “Allahu Akbar” the first time, raise your hands and fold them as usual. This is the first Takbeer of the prayer and then recite the Du’a of starting the prayer (Thana).
  • Step 3: There will be 3 extra Takbeers before beginning recitation of the Quran. Each time you say “Allahu Akbar”, raise your hands, then put them down by your sides.  After the third Takbeer, you should fold your hands again as usual and begin recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah and another Surah.
  • Step 4: Then say “Allahu Akbar” and go to Ruku (the bowing position).
  • Step 5: Stand up straight after Sami Allahu liman Hamidah.
  • Step 6: Then say “Allahu Akbar” go to Sujud (prostration). You will do two prostrations as in normal prayer.

 The second Raka’ah

 Step 7: After the Takbeer of standing for the second Raka’ah, recite Surah Al-Fatihah and another Surah.

  • Step 8: There will be 3 extra Takbeers before Ruku (bowing). Each time you say “Allahu Akbar”, raise your hands, then put them down by your sides.  After the third Takbeer, perform Ruku (bowing).
  • Step 8: You then complete the Salaah like your regular prayer.

 

 

 

 

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