Shaikh Abdool Hamid delivers Islamic Reminders on Mondays and Wednesdays in Masjid Toronto after the Dhuhr / Mid-Day Prayer.

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To everyone who followed 30Masjids either here on the blog or on Twitter (@30Masjids), Eid Mubarak!

Enjoy the Fireworks!

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We last broke our fast in the Canadian Sufi Cultural Centre on the Second Night of Ramadan 2015.

It felt right to return here at the end of Ramadan and share some of their Eid Al-Fitr Celebrations.

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000 - Eid Al Fitr Prayer - Gymnasium - Dennis R Trimbell Resource Centre in Flemingdon Park - 29 St Dennis Drive - Saturday July 18 2015

From Darul Khair Islamic Center‘s Announcements Page:

Announcements

Shawwal moon has NOT been sighted. InshaAllah Eid will be on July 18th. Eid Prayers will be held at gymnasium at 7:30 am sharp.

Yesterday, 10,000 people, and likely more, joined Eid Al-Fitr Prayers in The Metro Toronto Convention Centre downtown, then stayed for the MAC Eid Festival.

The remaining hundreds of thousands of Muslims in the Greater Toronto Area decide to pray early on Eid day in their local Masjids.

Smaller Masjids organize Eid Prayers in larger venues in their neighbourhoods.

In Flemingdon Park, Darul Khair Islamic Center rents the Gymnasium inside Dennis R. Trimbell Resource Centre…

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Dr. Jasser Auda (@JasserAuda) led Eid Prayers then delivered the Eid Al-Fitr Khutbah (Sermon) inside the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Friday Morning, July 17 2015.

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000 - Last Iftar - Masjid Toronto - July 16 2015

The Last Iftar ended up being in Masjid Toronto…

I had originally hoped to make Pape Cami for their wonderful Turkish Iftar Dinner to wrap up Ramadan 1436.

However, rushing to upload and post Imam Dr. Wael Shehab’s Lecture plus Q&A on The Sunnan and Morals of Eid Al-Fitr kept me in the Downtown Core.

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