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  • 26 May 2017

    Port Elizabeth:
    Al Bayaan:
    | Awatif: Sheikh Ebrahim Essop | Azhar: Moulana Basheer Moosagie | Baywest: Hafiz Muhammad Osman | Bloemendaal: Sheikh Ramadaan Shabaan | Booysens Park: Sheikh Imad Lagerdien | Central: Sheikh Iman Nakhomo | Cottrell St: | Darul Uloom: Mufti Siraj Desai | Fuqara: Moulana Salmaan Moosagie | Grace St: Imam Abdul Haseeb Jappie | Greenacres: Moulana M Ali Desai | Huda: Moulana Abdurrahmaan Nackerdien | Humphries St: Hafiz Tayyib Moosagie | Korsten JK: Moulana Shafi Moosa | Kuyga: | Mansoor: Moulana Salmaan Fredericks | Motherwell: Imam Moosa Milanzi | NMMU: | New Brighton: Sheikh Nceba Salamntu | Overbaakens: Moulana Nazeem Moosagie | Pier St: Moulana Riyaad Jappie | Rudolph St: Sheikh Abdullatief Lagerdien | Ruvan Centre: Moulana Meraj Mdahoma | Saabireen: Sheikh Majdie Jardien | Salt Lake: Moulana Maseehullah Desai | Taqwa: | West End: Moulana Hussain Kapery

     

    Uitenhage:
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    [All venues subject to change without notice]

  • 2017

    May

    25: Somalia Feedback. Masjid Mansoor after Esha (7.15 pm Jamaat)

     

    26: Ramadan Starts. First Taraweeh. Subject to sighting of moon

    26: Moonsighting Event. Fathers and sons. Malabar Eidgah. Maghrib Salaah at the Eidgah

     

    Jun

    15: Itikaf Starts. Subject to sighting of moon

     

    16: Youth Hamper Distribution. 8.30am-12.00pm. From Madressa Mansoor

     

    24: Youth Itikaf. Masjid Mansoor. Sat 9.00pm-Sun 6.00am. Registration: 082 883 6601

     

    24: Moonsighting Event. Fathers and sons. Malabar Eidgah. Maghrib Salaah at the Eidgah 

    26: Eidul Fitr. Subject to sighting of moon

 

 

 
 
Invitations in Islam PDF Print E-mail

Invitation
Invitation
Sunnah.

It is sunnah to accept the invitation of another Muslim, on condition that no sin is perpetrated at the gathering. (Al-Hindiyyah)

 

Walimah.
As regards the walimah (wedding feast), it is waajib (necessary) to attend it when invited, as mentioned in Raddul Muhtaar. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said: He who does not accept an invitation has disobeyed Allah and His Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam.
 
The Poor.
The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said: ‘The worst feast is that to which poor people are not invited.’ For this reason, the one who gives a walimah feast must ensure that at least a few of the poorer Muslims are also invited.
 
Simple.
A simple and cheap meal served at an invitation should not cause guests to complain. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said: If I am invited to a meal of goat trotters, I shall attend.
 
During the Conquest of Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam went to Umm Hani radhiallahu anha’s house and asked if there were any eatables. She told him that there was dry bread and vinegar. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam asked for it to be brought. He broke the bread into pieces, dipped it into water and added salt. He sprinkled vinegar over the crumbs and ate them. (Baihaqi)
 
Women.
Women may also attend the walimah, as is proven from a hadith in Bukhari. However, other Hadith emphasize the type and mode of dress a woman should adopt when leaving home, like using light-smelling perfume, dressing in ordinary clothing, not fancy and flashy attire, and walking with dignity and humility. 
 
From Al Farouq 6:2
 
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