Al- Fitr eid and Fitr prayers

Al- Fitr eid and Fitr prayers in Amherst on eid morning

We held a very nice prayers (salat) for al-fitra eid in the early morning. From The Muslim community of west mass man people joined us and we enjoined the time and celebrated the fitr celebration of health. Ramadan is the Holiest month in Islam and best time to turn into the best version of you. Health in all aspects and peace inside and outside you are the main goals to achieve in Ramadan. Al-fitr is the last day and we all celebrate Health and peace.

We held great praying nights on Qadr holly nights in west mass

We held great praying nights on Qadr holly nights in west mass

A lot of people came to Muslims of us IRH and we held very nice and enjoyable praying nights on qadr nights. We prayed different Doas and wished to be forgiven and asked god to become healthy again. islam is religion of health and Ramadan is month of health.

People in west mass usually come to all of our events especially muslims. But on nights like this its mostly muslims.  But we have a lot of people even non muslims in our public events in ramadan or al-fitra and also the talk events we hold.

Wish to see even more of you in our future events

God bless you all, Muslims us IRH

Praying event for Qadr Nights

Praying event for Qadr Nights

 

Join us on Qadr nights in Last half of Ramadan, If you live in west mass, we are holding praying nights for qadr nights. Lets gather and pray on the most important nights of the year.

Happy Ramadan 2017

Happy Ramadan 2017

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is the fasting month for Muslims. It falls in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is one of the five pillars of Islam.

Participants fast during daylight, and generally eat a meal before sunrise and after sunset, called suhoor and iftar.

The end of Ramadan Eid ul Fitr is marked with a large celebration.

Its celebration of health.

We all try our best in ramadan to be best version of our selves and be healthy. At the end we celebrate health.

The Muslims of US IRH Strongly condemns the Manchester terrorist attack

The Muslims of US IRH Strongly condemns the Manchester terrorist attack

 

The Muslims of US IRH joins other fellow Americans and people around the world today in condemning these dastardly acts of terrorism and share the grief and sorrow of all involved and people of England. Our hearts go out to the friends and families of those who are victims of this despicable tragedy.

People responsible for this tragedy are Ignorants made and lied to by evils that are abusing religion. islam has been miss represented and distorted in many way. I fact islam means health and no real muslim can ever do such a thing. Religious abusers and ignorant evils distort the truth of islam and abuse it for their purposes.

As we have always mentioned in our peace projects talks and events, Islam Should be and is the religion of health and not submission, violence and terror. We again strongly condemn this despicable tragedy.

Moments like this is The moment of prayer and unity not of hasty reaction. The moment of going back and see and look for what have gone wrong. To avoid such tragedies we have to come together and educate each-other especially muslims to muslims. Muslims are the people in the most danger from radicals and terrorists.

To solve this and to fight religious ignorance we have to fight the believe not the believers. We have to fight the ignorance and spread awareness, not fight the people. We have to correct the distortions and unawareness one and for all and educate the truth of Islam.

We pray to God to give strength to all of those who have suffered during this catastrophe.

Prophet’s Birthday

Prophet’s Birthday

Sunni Muslims observe the Prophet Muhammed’s (also known as Mohammed or Muhammad) birthday on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi’ al-awwal, while Shi’a Muslims mark it on the 17th of this month. Muhammed is believed to be the prophet in islam and the last one.

There are mixed beliefs on how one observes Muhammed’s birthday. Some people see the Prophet’s birthday as an event worthy of praise. Others view the celebration of birthdays as contradictory to Islamic law.  Both sides cite the Hadith (narrations originating from the words and deeds of the Prophet Muhammed) and events from Muhammed’s life to support their views.

Mawlid, or Milad, is celebrated with large street parades in some countries. Homes and mosques are also decorated. Some people donate food and other goods for charity on or around this day. Others listen to their children read out poems about events that occurred in the Prophet Muhammed’s life. Mawlid is celebrated in this way in many communities across the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, or Australia.

What Do People Do?

Background

Muslims celebrate the prphets birthday as an eid. Mawlid is a public holiday in many Islamic countries but not in AustraliaCanada, the United Kingdom and the United States. Many schools, stores, businesses and organizations are open. The month of Rabi’ al-Awwal (the First Spring Season) of the Islamic Calendar is well known in the entire Muslim world as Shahr al-Mawhid (the Month of Birth) of the Prophet Muhammad p.b.u.h.

Muhammed was born in Mecca, now in Saudi Arabia, in the year 570 of the Gregorian calendar. Sunni Muslims observe Muhammed’s birthday on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi’ al-awwal, while Shi’a Muslims mark it on the 17th day of this month. The 17th day of Rabi’ al-awwal commemorates the birth of the sixth Shi’a iman, Ja’far al-Sadiq.

The term Mawlid is used in Egypt and Sudan to refer to the birthdays of both Muhammed and local Sufi saints. The birthdays of about 3000 Sufi saints are marked or celebrated. Some of these birthdays are large celebrations that attract visitors from various countries. One of the most notable of these is the celebration of Ahmed el-Bedawi’s birthday. Ahmed el-Bedawi lived about 700 years ago and is believed to be buried under the Mosque of Sheikh el-Said Ahmed el-Bedawi. The site attracts millions of visitors, including those who sleep in the mosque and in tents on the streets surrounding it.

The word Mawlid, or Milad, depending on the method of transliteration used, comes from the Arabic word for birth and usually refers to the anniversary of Muhammed’s birth. This observance is also known as Mevlid Serif in Turkish, Mawlūd Sharīf in Urdu and Maulidur-Rasūl in Malay.

 

The Birthday of the Prophet, The Celebration

The Birthday of the Prophet, The Celebration

  • On 17 Dec 2016

The Birthday of the Prophet

Muslims honor the birth of the Prophet Muhammad. And this year, we  celebrated the birth of  Muhammad. we hels ceremony and celebrated. Gathered with some refreshments and spent some time toghether. In all muslims eids join us if you live in western mass. It was a very nice evening and refreshing.

we will be happe to see more and more people muslim or non muslim in our gatherings. so even if you are not a muslim join us and lets have a fun time in our eids and give eachother the gift of hope and happyness.

Happy rajab, Rajab Mubarak!

Happy rajab

  • On 28 Mar 2017

Rajab Mubarak!

In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful.

Alhamdulillah, today is the first day of the sacred month of Rajab.

 

(قال رسول الله (ص
رَجَبٌ شَهرُ اللّه ِ الأصَبُّ يَصُبُّ اللّه ُ فِيهِ الرَّحمَةَ عَلى عِبادِهِ

The prophet Mohammad:

Rajab is the month of god and gods blessing to all. God rains down his blessings on people.

 

 

Lets pray and use everyday of Rajab

Lets pray and use everyday of Rajab

  • On 25 Apr 2017

Lets pray and use everyday of Rajab

We gathered yesterday in west mass and celebrated rajab and hold some Doa and pray toghether.

 

La ilaha illa allahu

 لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّهُ

Astaghfirullaha wa atubu ilayhi

 أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللّهَ وَأَتُوبُ إلَيْهِ.

 “allahuma aghfir li wa tub’alayya”

 ُاللّهُمَّ اغْفِرْ لِي وَتُبْ عَلَيَّ.

 Astaghfirulaha wa as aluhut tawba

 أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللّه وَأَسْأَلُهُ التَّوْبَةَ.

Astaghfiru allaha dhaljalali wal ikrami min jami i aldhunubi wa ithmi”

 ُأَسْتَغْفِرُ اللّهَ ذَاَ الْجَلالِ وَالإكْرَامِ مِنْ جَمِيعِ الذُّنُوبِ وَالآثَامِ.

 

Muslims of United States Inc. (IRH) (Amherst, MA) Has the following positions available

Muslims of United States Inc. (IRH) (Amherst, MA) Has the following positions available

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Muslims of United States Inc. (Amherst, MA) Has the following positions available:

Religious Worker prayers, recitations, etc. for Shia female

Religious Director for female religious activities

Send resume to 409 Main St #116, Amherst, MA 01002

Thank you, Muslims of United States Inc.