As Salaam Alaikum

*****ATTENTION*****

Al Humdulilah the ICF celebration for Eid Al Adha was a successful community event.  We prayed the Eid Salat at the masjid and many community members were able to perform their sacrifices through coordinated efforts with local animal suppliers and our designated community contacts.  We concluded our celebration last Friday with Jummuah followed by a community cookout in the masjid parking lot.  The event was well attended and served as a capstone day for our Eid celebration.  The ICF Shurah thanks everyone who worked to make our Eid week such a success.  May Allah forgive us all and grant us Jannatul Ferdouse.  Amin.  

 

Insha’Allah today we will all be Blessed with another beneficial Jummuah day. May Allah protect us from the evil of created things, and make the difficulties we experience a means of expiation for us. Amin.

As a reminder on this Jummuah day, please enjoy the following Khutbah from Mufti Menk about not harming others.

 

Eid Al Adha Khutbah on Facebook  

 


Reminders Benefit the Believers:

HADITH OF THE WEEK: 

It was narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Whoever covers (the sin of) a Muslim, Allah will cover him (his sin) in this world and in the Hereafter.”

( Sunan Ibn Majah, Book 20, Hadith 2641)

An important reminder for when we’re quick to judge and admonish others. As Siddhi Ahmad Zarruq, the 15th Century Islamic scholar said in his counsel “If you desire to live such that your religion is safe, and your portion is full and your honor is sound, guard your tongue and never mention another’s faults, remembering you yourself have faults and others have tongues. Watch your eye; Should it ever reveal to you the faults of others say to it, “O my eye! Other people have eyes too!”.

 

 


SILENCE IS NOT AN OPTION!

On the authority of Abu Sa`eed al-Khudree (may Allah be pleased with him) who said:

I heard the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) say, “Whosoever of you sees an evil, let him change it with his hand; and if he is not able to do so, then [let him change it] with his tongue; and if he is not able to do so, then with his heart — and that is the weakest of faith.”[Muslim]

THE ISLAMIC CENTER OF FAYETTEVILLE CONDEMNS THE APARTHEID AND MURDEROUS ACTIONS CURRENTLY BEING PERPETRATED AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF PALESTINE, AND THE DESECRATION OF THE HOLY RELIGIOUS SITE OF MASJID AL AQSA IN THE STRONGEST TERMS.  
Please listen to the following short Khutbah on this subject from our Brother, Shaykh, Dr. Omar Suleiman

 

 

ISLAMIC CENTER OF FAYETTEVILLE’S ONGOING FUNDRAISER

NOTE:  Please  Help Us Pay Down Our Current         Interest Free Masjid Purchase Loan. 
Please consider helping us with our Masjid Purchase Project By Donating to our Ongoing Fundraising Effort.  You can donate in any of the following Ways:

1. Through our “Go Fund Me” site by clicking the link below:

Donate to ICF Online Now Using our “Gofundme” Donation Project

    

  2.  Through our PayPal Giving Fund Account                   by clicking the link below:       

       Donate to ICF Online Now Using our Secure PayPal Donation Process

   
3.  By Mailing your check or money order directly to us at:  ICF, 2415 Rosehill Road, Fayetteville, NC 28301

 

  4.  By Dropping Your Donation off Directly at the Masjid During Jummuah or Tarawih Salat

 

WE THANK ALLAH AND YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR GENEROUS DONATION!!!  MAY ALLAH INCREASE YOU IN REWARD IN THIS LIFE AND THE NEXT!!! AMIN

 

Narrated/Authority of Umar bin Al-Khattab

“I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say: ‘Whoever builds a masjid (mosque) in which the Name of Allah is mentioned, Allah will build a house for him in Paradise.'” (Sahih)


Narrated/Authority of Uthman ibn Affan

“I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say: ‘Whoever builds a masjid (mosque) for the sake of Allah, Allah will build something similar for him in Paradise.'” (Sahih)


Narrated/Authority of Jabir bin Abdullah

that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Whoever builds a masjid (mosque) for the sake of Allah, like a sparrow’s nest or even smaller, Allah will build for him a house in Paradise.” (Sahih)

Email Contact: islamcentfay@yahoo.com

ICF IS LOCATED AT:

2415 ROSEHILL ROAD, FAYETTEVILLE, NC. 28301 

 

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THE ICF MASJID IS CURRENTLY OPEN FOR JUMMUAH SALAT AND RAMADAN ACTIVITIES ONLY

UNDER LIMITED CAPACITY

AND ADMISSION RULES

Please see the ICF Masjid

“Reopening Procedures/Do’s

and Don’ts”  further below for

More Information

 

 

PREVIOUSLY SHARED KHUTBAHS/LECTURES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



ICF MASJID REOPENING PROCEDURES/DOS AND DONTS

InshaAllah the ICF masjid will reopen for Jummuah Salat starting on Friday, September 11th, 2020. 
 
 
Although the Coronavirus Pandemic is still ongoing, ICF leadership believes we can reopen safely, with the Help of Allah, by observing the following guidelines:


P
ROCEDURES/GUIDELINES

The masjid will open for Jummuah screening at 1:00 pm. Screening will be done outside while practicing social distancing. Masks must be worn properly during screening, while inside the masjid, and until you return to your car.
 
Capacity: 50 men and 20 women.
 
At 1:30 pm, or once capacity is reached, the doors will be closed and locked.
 
The khutbah will be approximately 10 – 15 minutes, followed by salat with short
recitations. During salat you may leave your position to form one line (foot to foot as normal) in the first row with masks properly in place.
 
 
 

DO

Have wudu when you come to Jummuah. 
Wear a facemask from your car and for the entire time you are on masjid property.
Bring your own prayer rug for making sujuud. No one can pray directly on the carpet.
 
Notify ICF if you become sick after attending Jummuah (islamcentfay@yahoo.com or (910) 920-9990)


D
ON’T

Come to the masjid if you’re sick, have a cough, cold, or flu symptoms (from any cause).
Come to the masjid if you have underlying health problems (especially if over 65 years old).
 
Shake hands, hug, or congregate together in the masjid, hallways, or parking lot.
 
Debate/Argue with masjid personnel enforcing reopening policies/procedures. (Individualwho cause a disturbance or refuse to follow procedures may be barred from Jummuah for two weeks)
 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING ICF LOCATION

ALHUMDULILAH!!! WE THANK ALLAH THAT HE SAW FIT FROM HIS INFINITE BOUNTIES TO BLESS OUR HUMBLE COMMUNITY TO ACQUIRE A NEW FACILITY FOR USE AS AN ISLAMIC CENTER AND MASJID IN FAYETTEVILLE, NC.  WE COMPLETED THE “CLOSING” ON THIS PURCHASE ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 23RD, 2018; MOVED INTO OUR NEW LOCATION ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 26TH, 2018; HELD AN OPEN HOUSE AT ASR SALAT ON MONDAY, AUGUST 27TH, 2018; AND HELD OUR FIRST JUMMUAH IN OUR NEW LOCATION ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 2018.

                           ICF Shurah Members (From Left): Ziad Odeh, Adirahman Abokor (Former Chairman),and David Haskins (Secretary) Closing on Facility Purchase

ICF Shurah Members (From Left):  Abdirahman Abokor (Former Chairman) and Shabbir Chowdhury (Current Chairman) Closing on Facility Purchase

 

DIRECTIONS FROM OUR OLD FACILITY TO OUR NEW MASJID:  ICF’s New Facility Location

(AN UPDATED PHOTO OF OUR NEW FACILITY APPEARS BELOW.  INSHA’ALLAH WE HOPE TO PROVIDE A MORE DETAILED UPDATE AND HISTORY UNDER OUR “COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:  BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE” TAB, AS TO HOW ALLAH BLESSED US TO RECEIVE THIS WONDERFUL NEW FACILITY,  IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE.

ICF ORGANIZATION

ICF is a formally registered and chartered charitable religious organization recognized under the laws of the United States federal government as well as the state of North Carolina.

The Islamic Center of Fayetteville was established as an organization in 2008 for the purpose of establishing a masjid, school, and dawah center in a central location in the city of Fayetteville, North Carolina.  From years of working and living in this city, the organization founders believed that there was a need for these services in this location.

Through significant personal efforts and financial contributions and local fundraising, ICF established its first physical location in a rented structure on Grove Street in 2008.  In 2010 we moved operations to another rented location, and in 2011 we moved to yet another rental site at 607 German Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina.  In just ten relatively short years, Allah Blessed us to purchase our current facility at 2415 Rosehill Road on August 23rd, 2018.  At our new, and insha’Allah permanent facility, we hope to continue our regular activities which include hosting Jummah Salat every Friday, regular weekend Islamic study activities for children and adults, ICF community social activities, community outreach activities, Annual Islamic Conferences, an annual college scholarship program, and both Eid and janazah functions in participation with other local Islamic communities.