Sunday, May 10, 2020


Dr. Shadee Elmasry | Sh. Tameem Ahmadi
Mufti Azeemuddin Ahmed | Dr. Jawad Pervez, Psychiatrist

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The Prophet (SAS) said “A time will come when the one who is steadfast on his deen will be like a person holding a burning coal.” (Tirmidhi)

The congregation plays a central role in our Deen – five times daily Salah, Jumu'ah Salah, Tarawih, Eid Salah, etc. Likewise, our Prophet (sas) emphasized remaining connected to the Masajid and the scholars of Islam.

In this COVID-19 era, we find ourselves locked out of the Masajid and forced into isolation. We must come to terms with this new reality sooner rather than later. To protect ourselves from the attacks of Shaytan and the coming fitnas, we must relearn to remain connected to the Masajid, our scholars, and Jamâ’ah. Our Iman and Akhirah depend on it.

Join us on Sunday, May 10 at 3:00 PM CDT as Masjid DarusSalam hosts a virtual round table discussion with Dr. Shadee Elmasry (NIBC & Safina Society), Sh. Tameem Ahmadi (Nur Institute, Masjid al-Huda CA), Mufti Azeemuddin Ahmed (DarusSalam Seminary) & Dr. Jawad Pervez (Psychiatrist) to discuss what steps we can take to adapt to the new realities of the COVID-19 era.

InshaAllah we will also have a short fundraiser for the maintenance of the masjid so that DarusSalam can continue to operate during these difficult times and, once the COVID-19 Pandemic subsides, that we will be there to welcome you back with open hearts and open arms.



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