End hatred: Motion 103

Following the horrific tragedy in Quebec, and an increasing level of Islamophobia in Canada, we urge our government and Members of Parliament to support Motion 103 currently before the legislature.

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Great Books of Islamic Civilization: Mar. 25, 7 pm

Our next book review is coming up soon! The Reconciliation of the Fundamentals of Islamic Law: Al-Muwafaqat fi Usul al-Shari'a by Imam AsShatibi will be reviewed by Professor Mohammad Fadel.

Amazing Stories of the Quran

Over the March Break, the IIT Youth Council organized a successful three-day course on the Amazing Stories of the Quran with Shaikh Abdullah Hakim Quick. The course benefited about 100 participants who gleaned practical lessons from the Qur'anic parables of the ant, the bee and the spider.

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Hajj group full

If you wish to join the waiting list, you must submit all registration material along with a refundable $7,300 deposit.

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Youth Table Tennis Tournament: Sat. Apr. 29

Registration already half full for youth 10-16 for our 6th Annual Youth Table Tennis Tournament to be held at IIT on Saturday April 29. All skill levels welcome. Registration fee is $20. Contact Khalid at krahe1093@rogers.com or 416-894-5758 for more information. Or download the registration form and flyer.

Winter semester in session

We are excited to be offering courses such as:

Allah is Beautiful and He Loves Beauty with Shaikh Ahmad Kutty
Quranic Arabic with Shaikh Abdool Hamid
Inheritors of Divine Light with Shaikh Abdullah Hakim Quick

Plus continuing classes in Arabic language, tajweed, and so much more!

Allah is Beautiful and He Loves Beauty has been rescheduled to April 23 - May 14, 12 pm - 1:30 pm
Course schedule

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The sufficiency of machine-washing for purification

2017-03-17 khutbah: Shaikh Abdullah Hakim Quick

Patience in the time of Crises - Shaikh Abdullah Hakim Quick outlines the different types of patience we must have during times of crises.

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An Unorthodox Gift to Notre Dame from Muslim Philanthropists - Rafat and Zoreen Ansari, medical doctors who were born in Pakistan, have spent the last four decades working and raising their three children in a suburb of South Bend, Ind., where they also have earned a reputation as civic leaders...
The “Halal Meat” Scam and Why I’m a Semi-Vegetarian - Yes, you read that right – the term “halal meat” is a scam, which is why I’m a semi-vegetarian. By semi-vegetarian, I mean that I only eat meat on certain occasions, under specific circumstances, and following very strict guidelines. I would say in a given month, I eat meat twice, maybe three times (if that)...
UK surgeon David Nott visits Turkey to find baby he helped in Syria - She was the baby girl he says he couldn't forget. Two months ago, British surgeon David Nott travelled to Syria to operate on a little girl called Maram. She was gravely injured in an attack as she fled Aleppo...
Syria war: Risking all to escape - Abdo, 31, is a people smuggler from a Syrian village near the northern city of Idlib. Before the war he was a farmer, but now he makes his living helping Syrian refugees cross, illegally, into Turkey...
'Orly airport: Attacker phoned father to say 'I screwed up' - The gunman who attacked soldiers at Orly airport in Paris on Saturday told his father he had "screwed up" earlier and wanted forgiveness. Ziyed Ben Belgacem, 39, was killed...
Beneath Mask of Normal Nigerian Life, Young Lives Scarred by Boko Haram - MAIDUGURI, Nigeria - She hears the awful sounds in her dreams. They are the moans of a dying girl. Amina is haunted by the memory. After all, she was the one who handed the girl to Boko Haram...
'Haven’t changed a thing:' Private school much the same despite prayer appeal - A Calgary private school that five years ago was found to have discriminated against two Muslim students by not allowing them to pray is running much the same as it always has, says the school’s founder “We haven’t changed a thing,” said Neil Webber...