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PANJTAN CENTRE (IMAMBARGAH)
All daily prayers including Fajr are offered in Congregation (Jama't) according to following time schedule unless otherwise stated below for different days:
- 6am - Fajr Prayer followed by Dua-e-Ahad
- Awwal-e-Waqat - Zohrain Prayer
- Awwal-e-Waqat - Maghribain Prayer
โ 6:30pm: Jashan e Wiladat of Imam Taqi (as)
โ 7:30pm: Adult English Fiqh Class
โ 6:30pm: Namaz-e-Maghribain, Shabe-e-Juma Ammal & Mehfil Wiladate Maulood e Kaaba Imam Ali (AS) - PSYG Father's Day
โ 12:16pm: Juma Prayers led by Maulana Abul Qasim
โ 5:30pm: Salate Maghribain & Majlis of Shahadat Sayyida Zainab (sa), also esale sawab for the barsi of Marhoom Nazar Abbas Rizvi (cousin of Br Hasan Masood and Br Hasan Javed)
โ 6:00am: Fajar followed by Tafseer and Breakfast
โ 10:45pm: Panjtan School - Week 13
โ 12:17pm: Zohrain Salat and Amaal e Umme Dawood
Amaal Laylatul Raghaib
Amaal Laylatul Raghaib are performed on the first Thursday of the month of Rajab. These amaal are performed between Maghrib and Isha prayers. Prophet (saw) said "These prayers [Lailatul Raghaib] are means of forgiveness on the first night in our grave".
Crossing the Bridge of Siraat
Author : Farah Masood (Graduated from Panjtan School, Member of PSV Youth Community - Melbourne) - posted on 22 April 2012.
Siraat in Arabic means a way or a road; according to traditions, it is a bridge or road which passes from the top of Hell. In a Hadith it is stated that Pul-e-Siraat is a bridge thinner than a hair, sharper than a sword and hotter than fire. In the Hereafter, true believers will pass over it quickly, some will find some difficulty crossing it but will eventually find relief, and others will slip and fall down in the pits of Hell.
An Introduction to Islam and Economics.
Author : Jafar Hasan (Member of PSV Community - Melbourne) - posted on 17 March 2012.
Economics, or finance, can be defined as the branch of social science that deals with production, distribution and consumption of wealth. Every country or doctrine has their own form of economic system, with the two main forms being capitalism and socialism.
All in the Intention, Right?
Author : Farah Masood (Graduated from Panjtan School, Member of PSV Youth Community - Melbourne) - posted on 29 January 2012.
How often do we hear people justifying the sins they commit in the name of their "intention"? "Oh, I know I'm a good person, I don't mean any harm." "Islam is all about intention." "I don't have bad intentions, so it's ok."