Safar/ Rabi’ ul-Awwal 1440 – November 2018 Prayer Timetable

>>> Click here for pdf of Safar/ Rabi’ ul-Awwal – November 2018 Prayer Timetable <<< Muslims are obligated to pray to Allāh five set times each day. This prayer is called the Salāh. It is the second pillar of Islām. Muslims take time out throughout the day to focus upon this special act where they focus on supplications and recitations …

Muharram/ Safar 1440 – October 2018 Prayer Timetable

>>> Click here for the pdf of October 2018 – Muharram/ Safar 1440 Prayer Timetable <<< Muslims are obligated to pray to Allāh five set times each day. This prayer is called the Salāh. It is the second pillar of Islām. Muslims take time out throughout the day to focus upon this special act where they focus on supplications and …

September 2018 – Dhul Hijjah 1439/ Muharram 1440 Prayer Timetable

>>> Click here for pdf of September 2018 – Dhul Hijjah 1439/ Muharram 1440 Prayer Timetable <<< Muslims are obligated to pray to Allāh five set times each day. This prayer is called the Salāh. It is the second pillar of Islām. Muslims take time out throughout the day to focus upon this special act where they focus on supplications …

July 2018 – Shawwal/ Dhul Qa’dah 1439 Prayer Timetable

>>> Click here for pdf of July 2018 – Shawwal/ Dhul Qa’dah 1439 Prayer Timetable <<< No timetable anywhere in the world should be relied upon completely in judging the beginning of Fajr (i.e. the start of the fast) or the beginning of Maghrib (i.e. the end of the fast). One stops eating at the onset of Fajr, which is …

June 2018 Prayer Timetable

>> Click here for pdf of June 2018 Prayer Timetable <<< Ramadan The beginning and the end of Ramadan is determined by the sighting of the moon. The Prophetic revealed texts clearly show that the rulings connected with the prayer times are determined by seeing with the naked eye. It is not correct that one should overburden oneself by meticulously …

Ramadan 1439 Prayer Timetable

>>> Click here for pdf of Ramadan 1439 Prayer Timetable <<< Ramadan The beginning and the end of Ramadan is determined by the sighting of the moon. The Prophetic revealed texts clearly show that the rulings connected with the prayer times are determined by seeing with the naked eye. It is not correct that one should overburden oneself by meticulously …