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IHIC is located at :
6120 Brooklyn Boulvard
Brooklyn Center, MN 55429, USA

Our Mailing Address:
PO Box 29133, Brooklyn Center, MN 55429

Prayer times for 12-06-2019
Imsak 5:57 AM إمساك
Fajr 6:02 AM الفجر
Sunrise 7:36 AM الشروق
Zuhr 12:04 PM الظهر
Sunset 4:32 PM الغروب
Maghrib 4:44 PM المغرب
Friday (Jum'a) Prayer
Friday prayer for this week is on
Date: Dec 06, 2019
Time: 12:04 PM

صلاة الجمعة لهذا الأسبوع ستكون في
تاريخ 12-06-2019
وقت 12:04 PM
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Thursday December 6th
Birthday Of Imam Hasan al-Askari (AS)
Click Here to read bio of Imam Hassan al Askari (as)
Name : Hasan
Title : al-Askari
Kunya : Abu Muhammad, Ibn al-Ridha
Father : Ali ibn Muhammad al-Hadi al-Naqi (p)
Mother : Hudayth / Sousan / Sulayl
Born : 8 th  Rabi’ al-Thani, 232 AH/846 CE
Martyrdom : 8 th,  Rabi’ al-Awwal, 260 AH/874 CE, after being poisoned by the Abbasid Caliph al-Mu’tamad
Age at Martyrdom : 28
Period of Imamate : 6 years
Buried : Samarra, Iraq
7:00 PM Quran
7:30 PM Salaat Ishaa
Dua Kumail & Ziyarat
Lecture by Sheikh Mujtaba Khaliq (Live Stream)
Friday Dec 2nd
Salaat Jumaah at IHIC
at 12:04 PM
Welcome to the launch of the newly designed NASIMCO Mobile App!
We're bringing NASIMCO to your fingertips.
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Welcome to the launch of the newly designed NASIMCO Mobile App! 
We're bringing NASIMCO to your fingertips.
A wonderful resource that will simplify your life and connect North American Shia Communities together with the tap of a button.
Stay up to date with timely alerts from NASIMCO on moon sightings, media releases and death announcements. 
Make it your travel companion by locating a nearby member jamaat and/or finding the direction of Qibla. 
Set your location, and the app automatically populates and sends notifications for Salaat timings based on your GPS settings! 
Live stream programs from many jamaat outlets or watch world renowned Islamic TV channels 24 hours a day!
Charity giving made easy! Give Sadaqah once or have it automated daily, weekly or monthly.
Giving khums or qurbani or any other donation is now easier than ever! All donations have 0% admin costs.
The NASIMCO app is the ultimate app, combining many different services all in one!
Salaam Alaikum ,
As Thanksgiving approaches, JSM is excited to announce that we are holding another Family Bowling event! This will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 27th at Bowlero in Blaine.
Sign up soon as the first 50 people to register and pay will receive our discounted rate!
Quranic Reflection
By Sheikh Hasnain
Do they not reflect upon the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? (Q 47:24)

For past Quranic Reflections click  here

Quranic Reflection No. 448. Āyat 28:24 – The Du ‘ā of Prophet Mūsā (a)

رَبِّ إِنِّي لِما أَنْزَلْتَ إِلَيَّ مِنْ خَيْرٍ فَقِيرٌ
qala rabbi innī limā anzalta ilayya min khayrin faqīr
My Lord! I am indeed in need of any good You may send down to me!
‏(Sūrat al-Qasas, No.28, Āyat 24)

The Quran has many beautiful Du’ās that we can use daily. One such Du’ā that we should add to our collection of supplications is the one mentioned in this verse. It is the Du’ā of Prophet Mūsā ‘alayhis salām when he reached the city of Madyan.

The previous verses narrate details of Prophet Mūsā(a) as he reached the city of Madyan. When he arrived, he saw a multitude of people giving water to their flock and he found two women standing off to the side waiting patiently for the crowd of shepherds to leave. He finds out from them that they had been waiting a while and their modesty did not allow them to move forward into the group of men. Prophet Mūsā (a) did not remain passive and allow for this situation to continue. Through his kindness and desire to help others, he procured water for their flock and then said a quiet prayer to Allah (swt) asking for good from Him.

We learn an important lesson from Prophet Mūsā (a) here. He was hungry, thirsty, and alone in a foreign land. Yet the first thing he did was to help others who were in need. He did not pity his own condition. He teaches us the need to make an effort to pay attention to others’ needs before our own. Imam Ali ‘alayhis salām has said, Whoever prefers others to himself deserves to be called a person of virtue. (Ghurar Al-Hikam)

Although Prophet Mūsā (a) had many needs of his own at that time, he didn’t ask for them. Instead he said: I am indeed in need of any good You may send down to me! He recognized that Allah ‘azza wajall has better knowledge of what we need than we do ourselves. This one prayer perfectly encapsulates servitude. Acceptance that any and all good comes from Him. More importantly, whatever comes from Him is good!

It is after this act of selflessness and turning towards Allah subhānahu wata‘ālā to fulfill his needs that the doors of Prophethood for Nabi Mūsā (a) opened up. Through this one request his loneliness came to an end and he found a home. He was blessed with a pious and caring wife. It also brought him to Prophet Shu‘ayb (a) and he benefited from his guidance which prepared him to become one of the greatest Prophets of Allah.

We cannot underestimate the power of this Du’ā. The next time you have an opportunity to do good for someone else, hasten towards it, even if it means inconveniencing yourself a little. And then turn towards Him sincerely with this Du’ā and He will give you more than you ever expected. It is they who hasten to every good work and these who are foremost in them.(Q: 23:61)

Sources: Āyatullāh Nāsir Makārim Shirāzī (Ed.), Al-Amthal fí Tafsír Kitáb Alláh al- Munzal, ‘Allāmah Muhammad Husayn Tabātabā’ī, Tafsīr al-Mīzān

ALI 528: Intelligence and Managing Emotions (Women Only)
Regulating personal emotions requires wisdom and discipline. This course will look at Quranic verses and hadith that discuss human emotions and how to control them.
Instructor: Sr. Tahera Kassamali
A - 2 Tuesdays Dec 3 & 10, 2019; 3.00-4.00 pm. Toronto time.
B - 2 Tuesdays Dec 3 & Dec 10, 2019; 8.30-9.30 pm. Toronto time.

ALI 527: The Socio-Political Role of the Ahlul Bayt – Part 1
Under the difficult and oppressive kingdoms that ruled the Muslim world during the lives of Ahlul Bayt (a) it would have been easy for the Shī’ah community to have been eradicated. Yet due to the tireless and blessed efforts of the Ma’sūmīn (a) this community remained and in fact grew stronger as time passed. This course will expound on these efforts in the period after the demise of the noble Prophet (s)
Instructor: Br. Muhammad Mahdi Kassamali
Schedule: 2 Wednesdays Dec 4-11, 2019; 8.30-9.30 pm Toronto time.

Alhamdu lillāh, most of ALI Publications now available in Digital format.
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This week's commentary of the Quran
By Sheikh Mohammad Sobhanie
Please find link to this week's commentary of the Quran, verse 2:211;
وَمَن يُبَدِّلْ نِعْمَةَ اللَّـهِ مِن بَعْدِ مَا جَاءَتْهُ فَإِنَّ اللَّـهَ شَدِيدُ الْعِقَابِ
Title: Tampering with Divine Blessings 

Your comments and feedback are deeply appreciated.

Eltmas Dua
Mohammad Sobhanie

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