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DHUHR 01:30 PM
ASR 07:00 PM
ISHA 09:35 PM


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Eid Mubarak

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The night before Eid is also known as ‘Laylat al-Ja’izah’ or ‘the Night of Rewards’. The Messenger of Allah PBUH said, ‘There are five nights on which du’a is not rejected: the first night of Rajab, the fifteenth night of Sha’ban, Thursday night, the night before Eid al-Fitr and the night before Eid al-Nahr (al-Adha)’. [Suyuti]

Let us make the most of this night and spend time in voluntary supplication and nawafil prayers!

In’Sha’Allah, in the future once the Islamic Centre of Britain has been established, we hope to have night gatherings to commemorate such nights of great reward and blessings.There will be 2500 spaces for prayer in our Masjid – and we look forward to the day when we can celebrate Eid together! 

You can continue contributing to the Islamic Centre of Britain by donating towards our Mussalla Appeal.

Have a blessed Eid Ul Fitr!

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