Thursday 21st Mar 2019


Tonight’s Interfaith Prayer Service & Vigil at ISD PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 17 March 2019 23:18
Sunday March 17th | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Alhumdulillah, we had an amazing interfaith event at the Islamic Society of Delaware tonight. It was a blessed gathering of people from our Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist Communities, which came together for the sake of humanity, to mourn the loss of innocent lives that were lost last Friday in New Zealand. We were also honored by the presence of our elected government officials and law enforcement representatives.

We would like to thank each guest that attended the vigil tonight and also thank each person that has reached out with comforting words over the last 3 days. Please continue to keep us in your prayers. We will be hosting a Town Hall meeting with our law enforcement officials in the coming weeks to address the safety and security concerns of our community.

We take solace in knowing that our brothers and sisters from Congregation Beth Shalom, Congregation Beth Emeth, Temple Beth El, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Hindu Temple, Sikh Community of Delaware, Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, Church of Latter Day Saints, Baha’i Community, Jewish Family Services, Delaware Interfaith Power and Light, as well as our Governor of Delaware, John Carney, our US Senators, Tom Carper and Chris Coons, our US Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester, our Lieutenant Governor, Bethany Hall-Long, our Delaware State Senator, Bryan Townsend, our County Executive, Matt Meyer, our Attorney General, Kathy Jennings, our Delaware State Representatives Paul Baumbach and Ed Osienski, our US Attorney’s Office, our Delaware FBI Division, our Delaware State Police, our New Castle County Police, our Newark City Police and many others that attended the vigil tonight are with us in combating hatred and building bridges that will keep us united.

Eternally Grateful,
ISD Management

Interfaith Prayer Service & Vigil PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 16 March 2019 21:39

Sunday March 15th | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The tragic mosque shootings that occurred today in Christchurch, New Zealand has shaken our community to the core. Many innocent lives were lost in this senseless act of violence. While we are saddened by these events, we are also thankful for all the outpouring of support and love from members of other faiths.

Please join faith leaders, social justice activists, allies, friends, and other community members as we gather to mourn the victims of this horrific incident.

LOCATION: Islamic Society of Delaware, 28 Salem Church Rd, Newark DE 19713
DATE: Sunday, March 17, 2019
TIME: 6 - 7 PM
ISD Condemns terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch, NZ PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 March 2019 09:54
Islamic Society of Delaware strongly condemns the senseless act of violence perpetrated against the worshipers at the Christchurch mosques, New Zealand. Our heartfelt condolences and sympathies to the victims and their family members. May Allah SWT grant them highest status in Jannah! Aameen!

We are also thankful to the outpouring of support from the various interfaith communities. We will continue to work with our neighbors and broader communities to combat hate.
New Friday Prayer Timings at Masjid Ibrahim PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 March 2019 09:52
Effective Friday, March 15th, 2019
First Kutbah: 1:10 PM
Second Kutbah: 2:20 PM

The Daylight Savings Time began last Sunday and the Friday Prayer timings will change at Masjid Ibrahim starting Friday March 15th Insha' Allah.

1st Prayer:  Khutbah: 1:10 PM - Iqamah: 1:40 PM
2nd Prayer: Khutbah: 2:20 PM - Iqamah: 2:50 PM
Guest Friday Khateeb: Dr. Imam Mohammed Ibn Ahmed PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 March 2019 09:50
Friday, March 22nd | 1:10 PM & 2:20 PM

Bio: Dr. Imam Mohammed ibn Ahmed is Behavioral Psychologist, Executive Director of Islamic Chaplaincy, Be a Mercy Foundation. Originally from United Kingdom, he is well versed in theology, philosophy and jurisdiction having studied from scholars in South Asia, the Middle East and the West. In addition to his studies, Imam Mohammed has memorized the Qur’aan in the riwayah of Hafs 'An Asim in his youth. His primary interests is in the field of comparative fiqh (jurisprudence) and considered to be an expert in all four schools of thought by his peers.

Over the past 16 years, he has served as an Imam in different capacities. Advisor to his Excellency Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi Ambassador of Kuwait and under his direction serves as a Khateeb at Islamic Cultural Center of NYC. He was previously the Director of Religious Affairs at JMIC, Boonton (Jame Masjid Islamic Center), and a resident scholar at Darul Islah NJ.
Peer Pressure PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 March 2019 09:49

ISD Youth Six-Week Series | Youth Problems
Speaker: Br. Adrian Coverdale
Friday, March 15th | 7:10 PM

Tomorrow will be the second program in the six-week series about Youth Problems. The sub-topic for tomorrow will be "Peer Pressure." Adrian Coverdale will be the guest speaker and he will be providing practical tips youth can apply in order to deal with issues surrounding peer pressure. Br. Adrian is a soccer player at Wilmington University with a major in criminal justice. He will also briefly talk about his journey to Islam and how it helped him escape the fitna around him.

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