Lecture & iftar: Saturdays, 1 hour before maghrib

On May 26, Don’t miss Shaikh Ahmad Kutty as he explores who is a repentant Muslim and how to achieve this state.

We have programs planned throughout the month: Lecture & Iftar; Qiyam-ul-lail; Khatam-al-Qur'an; youth events; and more! (with ASL services) Get details
Ramadhan programs

Summer jobs

Are you a high school, college or university student looking for an engaging summer job? Our Summer 2018 Program offers a number of positions for 7-8 weeks. Build your leadership skills, motivate kids and youth and unleash your creative side! Apply on-line by May 30.

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Youth Hangouts - Legacy of Giants: May 26 & June 2, 7 pm

Join us for our special Ramadhan youth hangouts as we learn about the lives of select sahaba and their legacy. The session on May 26 will be led by Shaikh Abdool Hamid and the one on June 2 will be led by Shaikh Musleh Khan.

Both sessions will include an anonymous Q & A segment on challenges and opportunities facing youth in the West. Questions can be submitted anonymously at bit.ly/youthhangout

Iftar-beque: May 27, 8 pm

IIT Youth Council invites students and young professionals to our first ever "Iftar-beque"! An opportunity to socialize and reflect over good food through good conversations. Register ASAP as registration closes on May 24!

The youth iftar will include special talks by sister Aisha Khaja and Ustadh Omar Patel on what it means to live a good life, and lessons we can draw from the life of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

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This Ramadhan, make sure you receive our lectures, videos, and audio interviews via our podcast: PC, Android, iOS (or visit iit.podbean.com)

Some selected queries

Abortion if baby is known to be unhealthy
Working for companies that sell haram products
Struggling with self-stimulation in Ramadhan

IIT Ball Hockey League - Accepting new players for upcoming 2018-2019 season

NEW PLAYERS: The new season goes from September 2018 to March 2019 and we play on Friday nights. We accept boys of all skill levels, aged 6-16 years, but space for new players is limited. So if you want to be contacted as soon as registration begins in August for your best chance to get in, please e-mail Khalid or call him at 416-894-5758 now to get added to the contact list.

SPONSORS: Please note that the IIBHL is a totally non-profit community league run entirely by volunteers. If you would like to sponsor us or donate, please e-mail Khalid or call him at 416-894-5758.

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