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Delaware Interfaith March PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 12 February 2017 20:50
Delaware Interfaith March at University of Delaware
Held on Sunday February 12 at 2:00 PM

Nearly 200 people came together, at an interfaith rally at Newark, to say with one voice that 'Refugees are Welcome Here'.Local event organizers hailed from a number of faith groups including Congregation Beth Emeth, Temple Beth El, the Islamic Society of Delaware, and New Ark United Church of Christ. These congregations are part of a broad coalition to support refugees in Delaware, which is led by Jewish Family Services of Delaware – the First State’s refugee resettlement agency.

The rally began at the New Ark United Church of Christ and marched up Main Street to the University of Delaware Green. Through various speakers, our interfaith community conveyed a very strong message that we stand in solidarity to make our faith voices heard peacefully in support of the families who have come here and those who hope to come here.

(The Delaware Interfaith March & Rally to Support Refugees was part of the 'National Day of Jewish Action For Refugees' - in support with Islamic society of Delaware and Newark United church of Christ.)

 


 
ISD President's message PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 February 2017 12:17
President's message for ISD Muslims Cemetery Project

Dear Bothers & Sisters, Assalam Alukum Wa Rahmatu Allahi Wa Barakatu

I would like to share with you a good news that one of our very important projects, The Muslims Cemetery Project, is approaching a positive conclusion. Many sincere brothers from our community has worked very hard for years to make this dream become a reality. The settlement for purchasing the land is scheduled to be at the end of this month, on February 24 at 3:00 pm. The Muslims Cemetery parcel is about 15 acres of land and located just across the border with PA, on Upper Oxford Township, about 25 minutes from our masjid. This 15 Acres of land insha' Allah will be the first Muslim Cemetery for Delaware and all surrounding areas for the next 100 years or more.

The price to purchase the land is 275K. ISD has on hand for this project till now about 235K. ISD needs about 40K to close by the end of this month. Therefore your help is needed to close this deal. This is a running charity that will help generations to come. May Allah (SWT) reward all of you for your generous donation.

Thank you for always being there for ISD and Jazakum Allahu Kul Khair.

Hassan A Mageid
President, Islamic Society of Delaware (ISD)


 
Friday Prayer Timings at Masjid Ibrahim PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 09 February 2017 11:37
New Timings Effective Friday February 10

1st Jumah
Khutbah: 1:10 PM
Iqamah: 1:40 PM
2nd Jumah
Khutbah: 2:20 PM
Iqamah: 2:50 PM




Insha' Allah, the Friday Prayer timings will change effective Friday, February 10. We advise everyone to move your cars quickly from the Masjid and German Club parking after the 1st Prayers and make room for the brothers and sisters for the 2nd Prayers.

 
Basic Defensive Driving Course PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 05 February 2017 21:34
Saturday, February 25 at 9 AM

This is a six-hour basic class open to all drivers. If you take this class you can save up to 15% off liability insurance rate and may be eligible for a 3-point reduction off your driving record. Those who take this course will save on their car insurance. Please call your insurance agency to discover how much you will save by enrolling in the AARP Driver Safety Course.


Registration Deadline: Friday, February 24
Please pay Cash or make Checks payable to AARP
PayPal Payments can be made on ISD Website or Mobile App
There will be absolutely NO registration on the day of class
Cost is $20.00, AARP Members Pay $15

For more details or to signup and pay for the class, please contact
Br. Abdullah Muhammed: 302-565-7879
Br. Nasir Khan: 302-290-7098

 

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We Stand Together - Interfaith Evening PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 30 January 2017 00:04
ISD Interfaith Prayer Service

On Monday, January 30th we saw a show of solidarity by all faiths at the Islamic Society of Delaware in an interfaith prayer service. The program was organized in less than 24 hours, but the show of support was very overwhelming, and the attendance tested the capacity of our premises.

We are extremely
grateful for all the interfaith, outreach and community leaders and to our elected officials who joined us despite their busy schedules.
The event was attended by Sen. Chris Coons, Governor John Carney, First Lady Tracy Carney, Attorney General Matt Denn, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer, State Rep. Paul Baumbach, State Rep. Ed Osienski, State Senator Bryan Townsend,  New Castle County Police Chief Major Bonds, Detective Timothy Kerstetter of DE State Police, among others. Speakers from various faith groups included Rabbi Michael Beals, Rabbi Micah Becker-Klein, Rev. Andy Jacobs, Rev. Greg Jones, Rev. Roberta Finkelstein, and Pastor Nate Philips.

Their words of compassion and solidarity has really given us hope and this fabric of
unity will deliver us through these difficult times.
Truly, this prayer service has proved that we are a nation built on justice and compassion.


Monday, January 30th at 7:30 PM

Dear Community Members!

Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarkatuhu!

In light of recent events, we, the Muslims community stand united with our brothers and sisters of all faiths. We aren't scared as we firmly believe that America is the land where justice and equality prevails. Hundreds and thousands have marched against the recent Executive Order on banning Muslims and detaining immigrants at the airports. We are grateful for the short term success and are energized to work for the long term victory !!! Please join us tomorrow with prayers and hope for a better, just and stronger America that thrives on diversity and equality!

Leaders of other faith organizations will join us to show their support and solidarity!

Date: Monday, Jan 30th 2017
Time: After Isha Prayers
Venue: Islamic Society of Delaware

Sincerely,
ISD Interfaith Committee


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Friday Khutbah and Evening Halaqa PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 January 2017 02:24

Guest Speaker: Imam Mikaeel Smith
Friday, January 27 - Halaqa at 6:00 PM


Islamic Society of Delaware is pleased to welcome guest speaker Imam Mikaeel Smith for Jummah Khutbah and evening Halaqa at Masjid Ibrahim. Imam Mikaeel completed his Hifz of Quran and Alim degree at Dar ul-Ullom Madina. He completed his studies in Quranic Tafseer and Sihah Sitta and earned his Master in Islamic Studies in 2012.  He has served as a resident scholar at the Islamic Society of Annapolis and the Islamic Society of Baltimore. Imam Mikaeel currently resides in Elkridge, Maryland where he is Islamic and Quranic studies coordinator and teacher at the Tarbiyah Academy.

Guest Speaker: Imam Mikaeel Smith

Date: Friday Januarty 27

Jummah Khutbah: Understanding Calamities
Evening Halaqa: 6:00 PM
Halaqa Topic: Sincereity

All community is requested to join the Khutbah and evening Halaqa. Potluck Dinner will be served, please bring your favorite dish to share with your family and friends.


MikaeelSmith

 
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