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Eid-ul Adha and Dhul-Hijja

“Muslim Society in Trondheim (MST)” is pleased to announce the start of the Islamic month of Dhul-Hijja from 25th of September 2014. Eid-al-adha will be inshallah on 4th of October on the day of Saturday. We want to wish the sincere gratitude to all our Muslim brothers and sisters and pray to our Almighty Allah to shower his blessings on us and give us an opportunity this Eid to be like one Ummah with more brotherhood, love and cooperation.

First ten days of Dhul-Hijja has specials importance in our religion. Ibn al-Qayim explained that the best nights of the year are the last ten nights of Ramadan while the best days of the year are the first ten days of Dhul hijjah.

Abu Qatadah narrates that the Prophet (PBUH) said that the one who fasts the day of Arafah (9th of Dhul-Hijja), his (minor) sins of the previous year and the year to come are forgiven by Allah [Muslim].…

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Welcome party for students

Muslim Society in Trondheim (MSIT) invites all new students who have arrived in Trondheim to the “Students Wilcome Party”.

Where: Kjøpmannsgate 53-55, Trondheim
When: Sunday, 28th September
Time: 5:00pm to 7:00pm.

Registration is highly appreciated for logistic reasons.

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Eid ul-Fitr Announcement 2014

We would like to announce that Eid ul-Fitr is on Monday 28th July 2014May Allah (swt) accept our fasting and salah during Ramadan. It is recommended you pay Zakat-ul-Fitr early, so that it reaches the needy before Eid-ul-Fitr at the minimum amount of 75Kr/person. This can be paid at the Mosque Reception or tomorrow before the Eid Jama’ah.

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Iftar Party

Muslim Society in Trondheim (MSiT) and Muslim Student Association in Trondheim (MSAiT) have immense pleasure to invite you to Iftar program this Ramadan. The program has two parts. It starts with a very brief talk (30 min approx) at 20:00 and at 20:40 we will serve Iftar. Those who are following Makkah time will be served dates and water at their Iftar time. Please register yourselves at the following link:

Anybody can attend the party but for logistic reasons registration is highly recommended.

Register yourself

WHAT: Iftar Program
WHEN: 19th July, 2014 @ 19:45
WHERE: Realfagbygget R5 and SiT Kafe (Realfagbygget)

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Ramadan 2014 begins 29th June

MSIT is glad to announce the beginning of Ramadan from the 29th of June (Sunday).
Taraweh for Mecca and Freezing timings will start on 21:30
Taraweh for local timings will start after Isha every day.

Every day Iftar will be served in the masjid according to local Iftar timings…

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Women’s rights in Islam

Download the full Khutba “Women’d right in Islam”

Abstract: Islam gave true and due rights to women 1400 years ago when there was
ignorance and darkness. Islam uplifted the status of the women in a society.
In Islam spiritually both men and women are equal. There are certain non-Islamic
religions like Christianity that put the blame only on mother Havva “Eve” (Alaihis
Salaam), who forced Adam to eat the forbidden fruits in Jannah and according to
Christianity all human beings are born in sins because of Mother Havva. But Quran
put the blame of eating forbidden fruits equally on man and woman, on Adam as
well as on Havva.

Believing men and believing women are supporters of one another not only socially
but also politically. Women have also obligation to spread the message of Allah
and His Prophet (PBUH). They have also right to vote.

Islam gave economic rights to women 1400 years ago, 1300 years before the
Western world. In Islam, any adult women whether married or un-married, she was
allowed to own or dis-own her property without the permission of anyone else. If
women works by following the Islamic Sharia then whatever she earns, she need
not to spend on her family. She can keep all of her earning for herself. In Islam
during marriage, women are also on the receiving end.

Prophet (PBUH) said, “It is obligatory on every Muslim to acquire knowledge”.
The Prophet (PBUH) specially told the parents to educate their children specially
their daughters. We have examples of many women 1400 years ago who were
highly educated, learned and scholars in both religious and worldly knowledge.
With the advent of Islam, the darkness of that era vanished and Allah enjoined
kindness, love and compassion towards girls. Prophet (PBUH) also said, “Anyone
who up-brings two daughters with love and affection, and also did not favor his
sons over daughters, he shall enter into Jannah”.

Most of the other religions besides Islam consider women as an instrument of devil
but Quran refers women as a “Mohsina” means a fortress against devil. The Prophet
(PBUH) said: “Among the Muslims the most perfect, as regards his faith, is the one
whose character is excellent, and the best among you are those who treat their
wives well. Prophet (PHUB) said, “Among you the most respectable is the one who
respects women and the most disrespect is the one who …

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Guest Lectures

MST Styre and Imam Office welcomes Sheikh Abdul Rahman from Kenya. He will be with us for two months inshAllah. The sheikh will deliver short lessons (Islamic Dars) after prayers. He also holds long Islamic session every Saturday between Magrib and Isha prayers and is willing to meet those who wants to gain Islamic knowledge. We invite all brothers and sisters to participate in these lectures and get benefit from Sheikh.

MST Styre og Imam Kontor ønsker Sheikh Abdul Rahman fra Kenya. Han vil være med oss i to måneder inshAllah. Sjeiken vil levere korte leksjoner (islamsk Dars) etter bønner. Han har også lang islamsk sesjon hver lørdag mellom Magrib og Isha bønn og er villig til å møte dem som ønsker å få islamsk kunnskap. Vi inviterer alle brødre og søstre til å delta i disse forelesningene og få nytte av Sheikh.…

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Importance of Qurbani in Islam

One of the special gifts that Allah (swt) has blessed the Muslim Ummah is a specific time of the Islamic Calendar. During this time period, acts of obedience and worship are extremely advantageous. And with every year this time period visit different seasons with the lunar cycle. Allah announces a sale, special tilbud of mercy, blessings and presenting gift of great rewards during these seasons.

Abu Hurairah relates that the Messenger of Allaah (PBUH) said, “There are no days more loved to Allah for you to worship Him therein than the ten days of Dhul Hijja. Fasting any day during it is equivalent to fasting one year and to offer salatul tahajjud (late-night prayer) during one of its nights is like performing the late night prayer on Lailatul Qadr.”

Another virtue of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah is that the Day of ARAFA (9th day of Dhull Hijja). The Day of ARAFA is a great day during which Allah frees many of his worshippers from the fire of Hell. The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: “There is no day during which Allah frees more worshippers from the fire of Hell than during the day of ARAFA”.

“Udhiya”, sacrificing of animals is also obligatory in other religions. Allah ordered the obligation of “Udhiya” in the same way as Allah ordered Fasting.

The sacrifice of a healthy and well-cared for animal has great great rewards in the eyes of Allah. Hazrat Ayesha reports that the Prophet (PBUH) said,”The son of Adam does not perform any actions on the day of sacrifice which is more pleasing to Allah than the shedding of blood. The sacrificed animal shall come on the Day of Judgment with its horns, hair, and hooves. The sacrifice is accepted by Allah before the blood reaches the ground – (Tirmizi).

In another hadith Prophet (PBUH) said “Whoever has the capacity to sacrifice (animal) and does not do so, should not come to the place where the Eid prayer is offered.”…

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Importance of Life and Responsibilities of Muslim Youth

Muslims, who believe in Day of Judgment, regard the world as a place of test, and consider life as the limited time assigned for the completion of this test. Owing to this sense of responsibility and associated feelings, true Muslims behave seriously and responsibly throughout their life, just like the student who is taking an examination paper with his entire attention on it, with mind, body, and soul. It is, therefore, not suited to a Muslim to be involved in the exchange of abusive words, back-biting, lying, listening to dirty songs and indecent talks. The Prophet (PBUH) once said, “Allah has forbidden for you, to be undutiful to your mothers, not to pay the rights of the others And Allah has hated for you to involve in vain, useless talk, or that you talk too much about others, (Allah disliked) to ask too many questions (in disputed religious matters) and (Allah disliked) to waste the wealth (by extravagance).…