Have a Blessed Eid
May Allah (SWT) accept your Ibada, deeds, and charity from Ramadan, may He remove all your sins through fasting, and night prayers, and may He increase you in God-consciousness.
I want to thank all of you for your genereous donations over this blessed month of Ramadan. Below is a summary of all donations:
Masjid Operations: $6746
Zakat Al-Mal: $4015
Zakat Al-Fitr: $790
Both Zakat funds get distributed to those in desperate need and struggling to get back on their feet and thrive.
As you can see, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are way short of our goals to cover our yearly expenses for the Masjid and to finish our projects, such parking lot, cemetery, landscaping...etc We will work to collect the rest of the budget through out the rest of the year. Please continue to generously donate and contribute to your Masjid.
May He make this Eid a blessed day filled with joy, happiness, eating, drinking, and above all, remembrance of Him. Ameen
Executive Board of Tri-State Islamic Center, based on the proclamation on May 13th from Iowa Governor Reynolds, pertaining to Section 5 on Mass Gatherings, will reopen for all Masjid Prayers (Fard, Taraweeh, Juma’ah, and Eid Prayer) with restrictions to capacity and social distancing as outlined below:
· Anyone not feeling well, fever, cough Shortness of Breath should stay at home.
· Must wash hands for the 20 seconds before and after coming to the masjid.
· Sign in with name, date, and phone contact in the lobby, each family member and each time you attend.
· Members of the same gender within the family may pray next to each other. (exempt from distancing within families)
· All masjid attendees must wear masks at all times.
· Must bring your own Prayer mat to use.
· Children who cannot follow the 6 feet of social distancing may not attend prayers in the masjid.
· Elderly or those who have health conditions or live with others that have health conditions should stay home.
· Must come with Wudu, and wudu areas and bathrooms should only be used in emergencies.
· No potlucks/food to be consumed in the masjid, including on Eid Al Fitr.
Dubuque Tri-State Islamic Center offers short term financial assistance to the needy and poor of the community, muslims and non muslims. This program is sponsored by funds from Zakat, Sadaqa and Fitra collections. You can download and fill up an application for financial assistance by clicking on the button below.
Please drop us a note as to where you would like the funds to go, for example, Masjid Operation, Zakat Al-Mal, Sadaqah, Sunday School...etc
Please donate generously. Jazakallah Khair
The Dubuque Tri-State Islamic Center extends its deepest sympathy to the family of George Floyd. Dozens of senseless and brutal beatings and innocent deaths have occurred of police brutality across the country. This must stop! Black lives indeed do matter and as Muslims we are commanded by Allah to stand with justice, to rise up against injustice, to uphold truth even against oneself and to call out falsehood even if against oneself. […]
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Verses from the Quran
Use the Names mentioned in Surah 59 Al-Hashr Ayat 22-24 to call upon Allah SWT
His Names are His introduction, therefore, learn them and recognize who He is. Each time you recite the Quran, use these Names before making any Dua. Dua made at the completion of a good deed has a HIGH chance of being accepted.
Coronavirus - Islamic View
In view of the outbreak of Coronavirus and similar diseases that pose huge risk to the whole world, please watch the video below of Sheikh Omar Suleiman delivers a special lecture about the first plague that claimed the lives of hundreds of Sahaba and thousands of people in the 7th century. He also highlights lessons learn from that time period and offers some spiritual gems that are relevant to us today.
Also check out the article in the Learn section about the Coronavirus from an Islamic Perspective.
May Allah SWT protect us and the entire humanity at large from this devastating disease.
Welcome to our mosque
Welcome to the website of Tri-State Islamic Center in Dubuque, Iowa. The center is the first landmark and pride for our city and the muslim community. The mosque occupies about 8,200 square meters of land, has a capacity of 150 worshipers, and a 72 foot high minaret topped with a gold leaf crescent”. This mosque is a strong resource for the Muslim and non-Muslim community to learn about Islam and increase their faith in God. The community can learn through this mosque ways to implement Islam in our daily lives, from the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
Our community consists of nearly every kind of ethnic group found in the Muslim world and beyond which brings a wonderful variety of people to each community activity.