List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2013-08-08

    Eid Prayer

    7Rooz Thursday - August 8, 2013     08:00 AM

    Note, If moon is not visible on Wednesday night, prayer will be postponed to Friday, please contact Hujjatul Islam Qaisar Abbas
    ,Resident Aalim

    Bismihi Ta'ala

    Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam,
    Eid Prayer
    Eid is just approaching and it brings the message of unity and blessing. InshAllah Eid Prayer will be held at:
    Masjid Al Fatimah
    8149 Hazel Ave Orangevale, CA 95662
    We invite all followers of Ahlulbait(s) to attend the Eid prayer. It will make Allah, the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the Ahlulbait (S) happy from all of us.
    Zakat-ul-Fitrah: With the excitement of the new month it is easy to forget the needs of those who are impoverished, and our obligation to provide charity to them. Therefore, we should be reminded that such people in need require our help to make it through the year. Zakat-ul-Fitrah is a special form of obligatory Zakat given at the end of the month of Ramadhan, during the day of Eid. As the Holy book says, "Successful indeed are the believers who are humble in their prayers and who shun vain conversation and who are payers of alms to the poor." (23:1-4) The Messenger of Allah (S) says, "By Allah in whose hands is the life of Mohammed (S), No one does Khayanat with Allah except the polytheist who does not pay any Zakat from his wealth." (Mustadrak ul-Wasa’il)
    How to pay Zakat-ul-Fitrah: It is obligatory on the individual who is sane, adult (physically mature), and wealthy (whose finances are secure through available assets or continuous income).The obligatory time to pay starts from the beginning of the night of Eid and ends at the time of Eid prayer. If the time was missed, then the Zakat must be paid with the intention of absolute servitude to Allah. Zakat-ul-Fitrah is equivalent to three kilograms (about 6.6 pounds) of a popular food such as rice or wheat (per person). This is a US$13.00 minimum equivalent per eligible person. For example, a family of 5 would pay US$65. This charity must be spent on the poor--those who do not have financial support for the year. It is not to be received by the Hashimite (descendants of the prophet Muhammad) unless the giver is Hashimite. The Zakat may be paid directly to the poor or to the religious authority. The expiation of a missed fast of Ramadan is $7 per fast missed.
    Eltimaase e duaa
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