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The Crescent Moon of the Month of Jumada al-Akhira, 1443 A.H.

Tuesday, January 4th, 2022, will be the first of Jumada al-Akhira, 1443 A.H. for North America. Read more here.

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Sayyid M.B. Kashmiri joined Sr. Jerrmein Abu Shahba to talk about the prenuptial Islamic marriage agreement live on Instagram (@imamonline).

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Martyrdom Anniversary of Sayyida Fatimah al-Zahra (p), 1443 A.H.

3 Jumada al-Akhira, 1443 A.H., marks the martyrdom anniversary of Sayyida Fatimah al-Zahra (p), 11 A.H. (according to the third narration)

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The Crescent Moon of the Month of Jumada al-Akhira, 1443 A.H.

Tuesday, January 4th, 2022, will be the first day of the month of Jumada al-Akhira, 1443 A.H. for the entire region of North America.

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Video – Lady Mary: A Baby in Her Arms | Islam Weekly

Lady Mary (p) trusted Allah (swt), stood with the truth, and left everything else to Him (swt).

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What Should I Do? – Attending the Religious Commemorations of Other Religions

Khalil, a devout 19-year-old Muslim-American, wonders whether it would be permissible for him to attend Christmas mass. What should he do?

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Martyrdom Anniversary of Sayyida Fatimah al-Zahra (p), 1443 A.H.

13th of Jumada al-Ula, 1443 A.H., marks the martyrdom anniversary of Sayyida Fatimah al-Zahra (p) according to the second narration.

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