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Masjid Al Islam’s Monthly Communication Wire January, 2013

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Community Meeting at Masjid Al-Islam

Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 1:30 P.M.

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Community Social held the last Sunday of every month at Masjid Al-Islam, 2604 S. Harwood, Dallas, TX 75215 at 1:30 p.m. Come out to socialize with members ofour Islamic Community and have some wholesome fun.

Please bring a dish.

Contact Sis. Sameerah at 312-933-2648

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TEXAS MUSLIM WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

8TH ANNUAL FUNDRAISING

DINNER

When: Saturday, January 26, 2013

Where: Doubletree Hotel by Hilton

1981 North Central Expressway, Richardson, TX 75080

(972) 644-4000

Time: 5:30 pm – 9pm

Tickets $30 for Adults and Children over 12 years old

Purchase tickets by calling: 469-467-6241 or www.tmwf.org-click ‘Donate Now’ and choose ‘Fundraiser Tickets’

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Yusuf Abdullah

Religion is defined according to the American Heritage Dictionary as

“Belief in and reverence for a supernatural power recognized as the creator and governor of the universe; A particular integrated system of this expression; The spiritual or emotional attitude of one who recognizes the existence of a superhuman power or powers.” From this definition, it appears that all one has to do is believe and express one’s belief system in a supernatural or superhuman power for it to be defined as one’s religion. However, at least in this country in order for one’s religion to be recognized legally and globally, there must be a very large number of people expressing the same belief system. Most of us know a small amount of knowledge about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam because of the large number of global worshippers. However, they represent only 3 religions among 21 major world recognized religions. But what do we know of Buddhism, African traditional, tribal/nomadic religions, or of various Chinese traditional religions, or Sikhism? Millions of people worship their creator outside of the three major religions according to their own belief systems. There are also by some estimates more than 1 billion atheists living on this planet. Is there enough space on this planet for us all to worship and peacefully believe as we so choose? History has shown that religious tolerance is not a strong trait in the human. The United States of America in my opinion by way of its constitution and its guarantee of freedom of religious expression assures people this right more than any other developed nation. I am not saying our history is perfect in this regard, I’m just saying where in the world can you find better assurances of freedom of religious worship among the other two majors, the Jewish and Muslim states? Consider that among the three major world religions there is division, sects, and differences in points of view regarding what is right and wrong within their own faith. For example, can a woman lead in the church, mosque, or synagogue? Is heaven inclusive or exclusive of those who do not share your faith or certain aspects of your faith? Which sect of the faith is right? Is Jesus, the son of God? Who is the Mahdi that is prophesied to return, when will he return, and from where will he come? One’s belief system is personal to them. You may not believe in showing reverence to an elephant, or never marrying or having sex. You also may not believe in fasting for 30 days and abstaining from food, water, and marital sex during daylight hours but belief is important to the human being. Belief is a powerful motivator to thrive. We believe in a supernatural power in different ways, and our tolerance levels is sometimes so low towards the opposing view that we are willing to shed blood. And that is the right and wrong of it.

Khalid Shaheed

When we look at our Prophet Muhammad, saws, we see a man of impeccable character. At the age of 25 he was hired by Khadijah,ra. Lady Khadijah, was a wealthy business woman. She had inherited her business and wealth from her wealthy father. She was well known and had impeccable qualities as well. She was never known to worship idols. She was known to feed and care for the less fortunate. At the age of 40 she had been approached by many men seeking her hand in marriage. However, she remained unmarried. She hired the young man Muhammad, saws, because he was referred by someone. The seerah books tell us that he was sent on trips to conduct business for his boss, Khadijah,ra. He made her more money than she normally made and she was impressed with reports of his good manners, his thoughtfulness, his honesty, his sincerity, his kindness, his truthfulness and other shining characteristics. She was so impressed that she sought his hand in marriage.

The point I want to make with this history is that character matters. Our character is the most telling dawah we have to offer.

There is an Aesop Fable about a mother crab that would always criticize her son for walking sideways and finally the son crab ask the mother crab to show him how to walk straight and the mother could not walk any straighter than the son crab. She apologized for the criticisms. The lesson is dawah should be by example not words.

with peace,

Khalid Shaheed

Donate to the Beacon of Light Project

Masjid Al Islam is embarking on an important project for the south Dallas area. The neighborhood around Masjid Al Islam is in dire need of community development. The Beacon of Light Community Center project is a major step in addressing this issue. Also, because of the growing numbers of recipients every year at the Day of Dignity and Humanitarian Day events, The Beacon of Light Center will be critical in providing a larger platform to host these events. In additions to the Day of Dignity and Humanitarian Day, the Beacon of Light Center will house other services such as; Food Pantry, Social Services, Job Training, Substance Abuse Counseling, Youth Activities and Medical Screenings. Make a pledge by filling a pledge card or going to www.masjidalislam.org to support this project.

Masjid Al Islam Recurring Activities

All activities and classes are open to anybody who’s interested, call the numbers below for more information about the activity/class.

Community Meeting (Anyone/everyone invited)
Every other 3rd Sunday of month 1:30 pm- 3:30 pm
214-502-0815

Feeding our neighbors
Every Saturday and Sunday of the month, volunteers arrive at 9:00am
214-527-6074

Sisters Halaqa
Every 3rd Sunday 11:30 pm – 1:30 pm
214-923-3641

Men’s Halaqa
Sunday’s 6:00 am after Fajr prayer
469-766-2208

Figh of Islam
Sunday’s 1:30 – 3pm
469-766-2208

Childrens Arabic and Islamic studies (ages 4-7)
Sundays 10:30am – 1:30pm
469-766-2208

Childrens Arabic and Islamic Studies(ages 8-17)
Sundays 10:30am – 1:30pm
469-766-2208

Introduction to Islam Classes (open to anyone wanting to learn basics about Islam) Sundays 11am – 1pm
214-660-6153

Masjid Al Islam is a registered 501C3 Organization. For more information on Masjid Al Islam, please visit www.masjidalislam.org

2604 S. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX 75215
(214) 421-3839

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The Dallas Beacon – December, 2012

Masjid Al Islam’s Monthly Communication Wire December, 2012

Advertise with us, call: (214) 205-0846, visit: www.masjidalislam.org for more info.

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A special thank you to Imam Siraj Wahhaj for his great efforts of supporting Masjid Al-Islam’s Building Fundraisers held this past weekend. Thanks to everyone who participated and supported these events.
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MASJID AL-ISLAM JOINS THE WORLD IN GRIEVING FOR THOSE

WHO DIED IN THE NEWTOWN TRAGEDY.

ALLAH WILL HEAR OUR PRAYERS.

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Save the Date!!!

Community Social held the last Sunday of every month at Masjid Al-Islam, 2604 S. Harwood, Dallas, TX 75215 at 1:30 p.m. Come out to socialize with members of our Islamic Community and have some wholesome fun.

Please bring a dish.

Contact Sis. Sameerah at 312-933-2648

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The following article about Masjid Al-Islam appeared in
The Dallas Morning News – Reaching The Community

Reaching The Community: At Dallas Masjid Of Al Islam, Helping Others, Working With All Faiths Key

BY: ANANDA BOARDMAN

White Rock | East Dallas editor

At Dallas Masjid of Al Islam, a close-knit group of area Muslims is committed to outreach.
The oldest mosque in Dallas, founded in the late 1960s as part of the Nation of Islam, it was originally located on Forest Avenue, now known as Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in the Fair Park area. After a brief period at a location on Westmoreland Road, the Masjid moved to its present location on South Harwood Street in 1980.

“People like the fact that we’re a community-based mosque,” said Imam Khalid Shaheed, who has held the position of imam since 2003. “We have families, men and women, [and] we have women who are leaders here.”

The community, which numbers about 150 for Friday afternoon prayer, is more Dallas-centric than when it was Dallas’ only mosque.

“It has changed, because when this was the only mosque, people came here,” Shaheed said.

Now, there are more than 80 mosques in the greater Dallas area, he said.

A history of change

When it began in the 60s, Masjid Al-Islam was known as Mosque 48, because Nation of Islam mosques were numbered instead of named.

The Nation of Islam was popularized by such figures as Malcom X and Muhammed Ali. However, when Elijah Muhammad, the nation’s supreme minister, died in 1975, his son, Wallace Muhammad discarded his father’s theology for what Shaheed calls “true Islam.”

Under Wallace Muhammad, many of the mosques, including Masjid Al-Islam, converted to “true Islam,” abandoning the Nation of Islam.

“We’ve basically evolved into the true worship of Islam, and that’s one of the most profound things I’ve seen since I’ve been there,” said Sajda Pitre, who has attended prayer at the Masjid for about 25 years. “Us evolving into orthodox Muslims, worshipping only one God and honoring God as the creator.”

Shaheed said many members of the Nation of Islam converted to orthodox Islam, which is when Masjid Al-Islam changed its name.

He said the Nation of Islam is “outdated,” and hard to promote today.

“I remember a different America; you could sell that there,” he said.

Serving the community

Masjid Al-Islam has had three locations over the years. At one point, members considered moving from the present location, but they chose to stay, Shaheed said.

“We stayed attached to this mosque because we saw we could do good here,” he said. “We have a lot of outreach.”

Pitre, who lives in Hutchins, said the mosque’s commitment to service is one of its strongest draws.

“It is very important to me,” she said. “I would put it first in the order of faith, giving charity back to the community, the outreach program.”

The outreach program, which is called Beacon of Light, offers food to the hungry on Saturday and Sunday mornings, along with medical screenings one Saturday a month and interfaith events during the year.

“We welcome all people,” Shaheed said. “Our goal is to enhance society for everyone.”

Pitre, who serves on the Shura Board, which oversees the mosque’s operation, said that under Shaheed, the outreach program has expanded.

“It’s been an effort by so many people,” including other area mosques, she said. The program serves 20,000 meals per year (400-500 meals each weekend) to people in need, most of them homeless.

The mosque also founded the Humanitarian Day and Day of Dignity events; it partners with other area churches and civic organizations on the annual events, and is a member of the “Lift All Voices” coalition with the Dallas Peace Center.

“We try to be involved in the community,” Shaheed said. “We do not care who you are or where you came from; we do not offer sermons — we help anyone.”

Samieerah Abdul-Jami, of Oak Cliff, has attended prayer at Masjid Al-Islam for about four years. She said the outreach program and interfaith initiatives are good things.

“For myself personally, I think it’s great because it’s always a good thing when people understand each other,” she said. “People can realize we’re more alike than we thought in our heads.”

A religion of peace

In a post-Sept. 11 world, Shaheed said people’s misconceptions occasionally come into play.

“Now [Islam is] like a household word, and not everyone has seen it in a bad light,” he said. “I believe anyone who examined this religion would like it.”

Abdul-Jami was raised with both Christianity and Islam. She said for her, the two are more similar than different.

“Islam is the religion of peace, and I’m always shocked to see how a lot of things are portrayed from the Middle East,” she said. “That’s not Islam, that’s not how we as Muslims are supposed to behave.”

Pitre said Masjid Al-Islam is about peace and serving the community.

“We think that America is one of the best countries in the world, we love the love that this country has for other people,” Pitre said. “Our mosque is open and we would welcome them [the community] to come in and help us try to eradicate this problem of homelessness that we have here in Dallas.”

White Rock/ East Dallas editor Ananda Boardman can be reached at 214-977-8503.

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For more information about the mosque, visit masjidalislam.org.

Plans to expand

The Masjid has outgrown its current location in terms of outreach potential. They recently purchased land on Ceasar Chavez Boulevard, adjacent to the mosque, to build a community center.

“We will move [Beacon of Light] to that location, and add a few other programs,” said Sajda Pitre, who serves on the mosques governing Shura Board.The Masjid would like to add job-training, work programs and education classes to its current slate of assistance.

When the new facility is built, the mosque will have room to expand things like its Islamic school on weekends for its community members. Masjid Al-Islam hopes to break ground on the project soon.

Posted by Ananda Boardman / neighborsgo staff on Dec 3, 2012 3:53PM US/Central

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THE RIGHT AND WRONG OF IT – Yusuf Abdullah

Culture. Defined as the total of the inherited ideas, beliefs, values, and knowledge, which constitute the shared bases of social action. In other words, culture is the glue that binds the minds of people into social behavior. For example, when I meet you as a Muslim, I could smile and say Asalamu Alakum and shake your hand or if you are a male, I could embrace you with a hug. If Christian, one may say hello and extend his or her hand to shake it, if Chinese, one may bow, if Jewish, salams may be expressed. In Muslim and Asian Cultures you will often experience an expectation that you remove your shoes when entering their homes and you will often find a bidet in their homes, hotels, mosques, temples, etc. All people love their respective cultures. They love their music, dance, clothing, actors, and their foods. All cultures believe that their customs and ways are good and right and some of the belief systems have been in place for thousands of years. For example, in some cultures a man is considered effeminate should he do household chores and a female masculine should she show signs of aggressiveness or assertiveness in the presence of a male. All of these examples of culture and more make up the belief systems of a people and provide their unique view of life and reality. It is easy to criticize a people and declare that their ways are backwards, and wrong but we should take time to understand that all of us were born into a belief system and families and societies that are unique and diverse. The human family extends from nomadic tribes, and bushmen, kings and queens, rich and poor, literate and illiterate, free and slave, various languages, and skin tones, grades and length of hair, eye shape, height, and body proportions. We are socialized to accept those from our group as being handsome, beautiful, or as intelligent. We write and interpret our knowledge and histories from our perspectives. Allah instructs us to get to know one another and to respect one another and our unique contributions to the human family. He further instructs us to seek out knowledge near and far and to imitate and follow the best of conduct in all of us. No where have I found that the Prophets of Allah came to destroy the cultures of the people. No, the Prophets of Allah came to instruct their people and humanity to cease extreme behavior and to reform their culture. Most importantly, the message was that there was but one creator for all people. The problem came when tribes or men refused to change because of their powerful families and riches and that they had been practicing their way of life for generations passed down from their fathers, grandfathers, and great grandfathers. It never occurred to them that just because you have been doing something for a long time and it is your way of life, it does not make it right. Nor did it occur to them that their fathers were wrong! For this reason, domestic violence, illiteracy, oppression, slavery, human trafficking, dictators, terrorist, racist, and bigots are allowed to rule and reign throughout the world. We are instructed to speak in the best of manners to the people, and to be gentle with them. We are to show them by example that we are the best Ummah and that we are of the best of the cultures enlightened by the manners and morals of the Quran exemplified by the life of the Prophet. And that’s the right and wrong of it.

By: Khalid Shaheed
As Salaamu Alaikum,

Prophet Muhammad was quizzed by Jibreel in the famous hadith of Jibreel. The fourth of four questions was when the hour would come. Nabi said he did not know any more than the questioner about when the hour would be. Jibreel then asked what are some of the signs. One of the signs he gave was the Slave girl giving birth to her mistress. I agreed with our scholars that there could be many interpretations to that answer. However, I want to share with you something said by one of the world’s most famous anthropologist, the late Margaret Mead in her is book Culture and Commitment. She talks about three ways that society could transmit knowledge. One is from elders. The second way is from the youth. The third way is an association of peers. The first way, according to her, leads to more stability than the other ways but with less innovation. The second way leads to a volatile society with many innovations but no stability. The third way is a more balanced way that leads to a balance and gradual changes.

When the Slave girl gives birth to her mistress/master, Scholars tell us that the phrase Slave girl could refer to any woman because we are all Slaves of God. Could that imply the children would lead the adults or parents? Is that what we see today in the world? We do know this, if we use the Public Schools as one example. Everyone in the system is afraid of someone. The administrators are afraid of the superintendent. The superintendent is afraid of the school board. The school board is afraid of not being re elected. The teachers afraid of the parents. Parents, now days are afraid of their own children. Now days children report parents for child abuse. The only ones in that system not afraid are the Children. They are not afraid of no one. Adults and institutions are basically following the children. Fashion, styles, trends, lanquage are all driven by the youth. Look at technology in society. Children in general are more tech savvy than many adults. Several major corporate structures, such as Face Book, were started by children while in college.

My question is, has the Slave girl given birth to her Master? I don’t know. Only Allah knows but there are some compelling implications in society, not to mention all the instability, fastly changing, volatile nature of modern life.

After all, most people would agreed that we live in an increasingly YOUTH Oriented Society. Older people are not valued as they were at one time. We basically shelve them in the ready made repositories.

gratefully,

Khalid Shaheed

Donate to the Beacon of Light Project

Masjid Al Islam is embarking on an important project for the south Dallas area. The neighborhood around Masjid Al Islam is in dire need of community development. The Beacon of Light Community Center project is a major step in addressing this issue. Also, because of the growing numbers of recipients every year at the Day of Dignity and Humanitarian Day events, The Beacon of Light Center will be critical in providing a larger platform to host these events. In additions to the Day of Dignity and Humanitarian Day, the Beacon of Light Center will house other services such as; Food Pantry, Social Services, Job Training, Substance Abuse Counseling, Youth Activities and Medical Screenings. Make a pledge by filling a pledge card or going to www.masjidalislam.org to support this project.

Masjid Al Islam Recurring Activities
All activities and classes are open to anybody who’s interested, call the numbers below for more information about the activity/class.

Community Meeting (Anyone/everyone invited)
Every other 3rd Sunday of month 1:30 pm- 3:30 pm
214-502-0815

Feeding our neighbors
Every Saturday and Sunday of the month, volunteers arrive at 9:00 am
214-527-6074

Sisters Halaqa
Every 3rd Sunday 11:30 pm – 1:30 pm
214-923-3641

Men’s Halaqa
Sunday’s 6:00 am after Fajr prayer
469-766-2208

Figh of Islam
Sunday’s 1:30 – 3pm
469-766-2208

Childrens Arabic and Islamic studies (ages 4-7)
Sundays 10:30am – 1:30pm
469-766-2208

Childrens Arabic and Islamic Studies(ages 8-17)
Sundays 10:30am – 1:30pm
469-766-2208

Introduction to Islam Classes (open to anyone wanting to learn basics about Islam)
Sundays 11am – 1pm
214-660-6153

Masjid Al Islam is a registered 501C3 Organization. For more information on Masjid Al Islam, please visit www.masjidalislam.org

2604 S. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX 75215
(214) 421-3839

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As Salaamu Alaikum,

In sha Allah, Saturday, Sept 8th, there will be a Public Blood Drive for Donors. Please, eat within 4 hrs of donating and bring an i.d. with you. Carter Blood Care will facilitate. All are welcome.

When: 12 noon til 4pm

Where: Dallas Masjid of AL Islam
2604 S. Harwood St
Dallas, 75215

This year’s Day of Dignity event is scheduled for Saturday, September 29th, 2012 from 10:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. The planning and division of labor has begun to ensure a successful day. Last year we served over 1300 beneficiaries with in-kind donations, a hot meal, HIV screening and consultation regarding various social services. This year’s event is likely to surpass that number. Please join this effort as a member of the planning committee. Additionally, if this event is in-line with the mission of one of your organizations, then by all means bring them aboard! The next meeting will be held:

Where: Masjid Al-Islam, 2604 S. Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75215

When: Saturday, September 8, 2012 – 2pm-3pm

Thanks in advance,

Muhammad Abdul-Jami, Event Coordinator – 972-821-1727

Sisters Halaqa Class

Date: September 9, 2012 / Sunday

Time: 11:30 A.M.

Topic: Worldly Delusions / Sura Al Falaq (113)

Location: Masjid Al Islam

Contact Sister Sajda Pitre at 214-923-3641.

Save the Date!!!

Community Social held the last Sunday of every month at Masjid Al-Islam, 2604 S. Harwood, Dallas, TX 75215 at 1:30 p.m. Come out to socialize with members of our Islamic Community and have some wholesome fun.

Please bring a dish.

Contact Sis. Sameerah at 312-933-2648

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As Salaamu Alaikum,

Insha Allah, Saturday, Sept 8th, there will be a Public Blood Drive for Donors. Please, eat within 4 hrs of donating and bring an i.d. with you.
Carter Blood Care will facilitate. All are welcome.

When: 12 noon til 4pm
Where: Dallas Masjid of AL Islam
2604 S. Harwood St
Dallas, 75215

This year’s Day of Dignity event is scheduled for Saturday, September 29th, 2012 from 10:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. The planning and division of labor has begun to ensure a successful day. Last year we served over 1300 beneficiaries with in-kind donations, a hot meal, HIV screening and consultation regarding various social services. This year’s event is likely to surpass that number. Please join this effort as a member of the planning committee. Additionally, if this event is in-line with the mission of one of your organizations, then by all means bring them aboard! The next meeting will be held:

Where: Masjid Al-Islam, 2604 S. Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75215

When: Saturday, September 8, 2012 – 2pm-3pm

Thanks in advance,

Muhammad Abdul-Jami, Event Coordinator – 972-821-1727

Sisters Halaqa Class

Date: September 9, 2012 / Sunday

Time: 11:30 A.M.

Topic: Worldly Delusions / Sura Al Falaq (113)

Location: Masjid Al Islam

Contact Sister Sajda Pitre at 214-923-3641.

Save the Date!

Community Social held the last Sunday of every month at Masjid Al-Islam, 2604 S. Harwood, Dallas, TX 75215 at 1:30 p.m. Come out to socialize with members of our Islamic Community and have some wholesome fun.

Please bring a dish.

Contact Sis. Sameerah at 312-933-2648

The Dallas Beacon Sponsors:

Dr. K’s Windshield Repair

*Let us take care of your Windshield Repair and Replacement.”
*Most Repairs are FREE.
*We repair Rockchips and
Cracks up to 15 inches
Call 972-274-4000

V F AUTO – CASH CARS

4605 Village Fair
Dallas, TX. 75224

Contact: Ahmad Pitre

214. 502.9245

214. 317.8282

Advertise with us, call: (214) 205-0846

Disclaimer: The views presented in the articles of this newsletter do not represent the views of Masjid Al Islam

“Yea, whoever fulfils his promise and guards (against evil) – then surely Allah loves those who guard (against evil). (As for) those who take a small price for the