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As we commemorate Eid al-Fitr in the year 1445 of the Islamic calendar, let us embrace the timeless teachings of faith, gratitude, and unity that define this sacred festival. May Eid al-Fitr serve as a source of inspiration for Muslims worldwide to strive for spiritual growth, cultivate gratitude, and extend compassion to all members of the human family. In the spirit of Eid al-Fitr, let us reaffirm our commitment to building a more compassionate, inclusive, and harmonious world for generations to come. Eid Mubarak!

This marks the beginning of the month of Dhul Hijjah, the twelfth and final month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Dhul Hijjah is a sacred month for Muslims, as it contains the days of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, and the days of 'Eid al-Adha, the festival of sacrifice.

Salam Brothers, Afgan sisters and brothers are organizing this event with help from Christian friends who helped them to settle in Eugene. They celebrate world refugee day and this year they embrace Afgan culture with showcasing their food, music and their journey to the US. Please make sure to sign up if you are planning to experience and celebrate Afgan culture. Thank you


99 names of Allah

Names of Allah

Names of Allah Allah – The Greatest Name Ar-Rahman – The Most Gracious Ar-Rahim – The Most Merciful Al-Malik – The King Al-Quddus – The Holy As-Salam – The Source of Peace Al-Mu’min – The Guardian of Faith Al-Muhaymin – The Protector Al-‘Aziz – The Mighty Al-Jabbar – The Compeller Al-Mutakabbir – The Majestic Al-Khaliq

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Hadith is a record of the words, actions, and consents of Prophet Muhammad. It is the second source of Islamic law after the Quran. Hadith provides insights into the teachings and lifestyle of the Prophet and is used as a guide for daily life by Muslims.

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Dua (“to call upon”, “to plead”) is an integral part of the Islamic faith. It can be done in any language, and at any time of the day, however, the best time to make dua is during the last third of the night, when the gates of mercy are open.

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Al Quran

Al Quran

The Quran is Islam’s holy scripture believed to be God’s exact words revealed to Prophet Muhammad. Muslims consider Quran recitation a form of worship and strive to follow its teachings.

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New Muslim Guide

Guide for new Muslims Practices Islam has seven main practices, with five of them being called the Arkan al Islami or Pillars of Islam. The pillars include: Shahada (Declaration of Faith) The Shahada is recited by Muslims as a declaration of their faith and commitment to Islam. The statement of the Shahada is as follows:

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