— HïMY SYeD (@30masjids) July 11, 2015
MABELLEarts is delighted to invite you to join us for our weekly Iftar Celebrations in the Mabelle Park, every Friday during Ramadan. From 7:30pm – 9:30pm on June 26th, July 3rd and 10th, we will meet in the Park to share stories by the fire, enjoy delicious treats prepared by the Mabelle Ladies Cooking Circle and welcome many wonderful artistic and musical guests – including Maryem Tollar, Arnie Tollar, Jayne Brown and Faduma Nakruumaa!
— HïMY SYeD (@30masjids) July 3, 2015
— HïMY SYeD (@30masjids) July 10, 2015
Shaikh Abdool Hamid Delivered the Friday Khutbah.
— Dr. Valiante (@DrValiante) June 23, 2015
By Taufik Ali Valiante (@DrValiante) MD, PhD, FRCS
Your brain is who you are.
A constellation of past experiences, hopes, dreams, and knowledge, receiving input from the outside world through your senses, and simultaneously changing that very world through your interactions.
It is thus shaped by, but yet shapes the world around it. It is constantly changing with every second, as every experience you have alters is physical and chemical structure.
It is as mysterious to the neuroscientist as to average individual. Scientists refer to as the most complex thing in the universe, thus currently defying definition, and a scientific language to describe what it does.
The Ramadan Interfaith Dinner at York University was completed with enough time for people to reach Isha Prayers.
Initially, the intention was to Ride the Rocket Bus from YorkU to Downsview Subway Station and re-assess which Masjid Location was best.
I ended up walking north on Dufferin Street from Downsview Station to reach Mesjid Al Sabur.
Day 22 – Ramadan Interfaith Dinner – “Fasting and Child Hunger” – Intercultural Dialogue Institute at York University
July 9th, 2015, 7:00-10:00pm
The Underground Restaurant, Student Centre, York University
- Dr. Shari Goldberg, Shema & Iqra: The Jewish-Muslim Text Project
- Rev. Meggie Helwig, Church of Saint Stephen-in-the-Fields
- Muneeb Nasir, President of Olive Tree Foundation
Taraweeh each night inside Gateway Boulevard Public School at 10:35 p.m.
Day 21 – Iftar – Maghrib – Masjidur Rahmah – Central Toronto Islamic Foundation (CTIF) – 328 Parliament Street, Regent Park
— HïMY SYeD (@30masjids) July 8, 2015
Being in Toronto’s Downtown Core with an hour to go til sunset, you have time enough to walk to numerous Public Iftars, Alhumdulillah.
Like Day 6 of 30 Masjids in 2012, Regent Park’s Masjidur Rahmah at 328 Parliament Street, north of Dundas, is where tonight’s fast was broken.
— HïMY SYeD (@30masjids) July 9, 2015
Day 21 – VIDEO – What Exactly Is Laylatul Qadr / The Night of Power? – Shaikh Abdool Hamid – Masjid Toronto
From Monday’s short talk, you now know When is Laylatul Qadr.
But you still might be wondering What Exactly is Laylatul Qadr ?