Islamic Scholarship and Our Future

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New Dallas Masjid Al-Islam Ramadan Fundraiser

You are cordially invited to our Ramadan Iftar fund-raising event!



And in case you cannot attend,  please consider donating on our secure web portal. {in memo of your donation, please mention “EFG”}

Please come, donate, and learn why building a New Masjid, in this location, at this time, is in the interests of ALL Muslims in North Texas.

May Allah bless you and your families.

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Women’s History Month

With the Name of ALLAH, The Redeemer, The Benefactor
Masjid Al-Islam Dallas, TX Presents…


“Early Pious Muslim Women Nobles during the time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)”

When: 2 pm Sunday March 25, 2018
Where: Beacon of Light Community Center (behind Masjid Al-Islam)
2604 S Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75215

Guest Speaker: Sister Fuseina Muhammad, Hafiz of Quran

Ustadha Fuseina Mohamad was born in Seattle to Ghanaian parents. She was raised in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and returned to the United States to complete higher education. She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and a Master’s in Information Systems from Illinois State University. She has always had a deep interest in understanding the Qur’an and took the opportunity to enroll in Bayyinah Institute’s Dream Program. She graduated among the top students of Dream 2012. After graduating from the Dream program Sister Fuseina took on the responsibility of heading Bayyinah Institute’s first Access Program, teaching Quranic Arabic for sisters in the DFW area. She also started Bayyinah Institute’s first continuing education program for graduates of the Dream and Access programs. Sister Fuseina also started Bayyinah Institute’s first 10-Day Fundamentals of Classical Arabic courses for sisters only and has taught the course several times around the country. Sister Fuseina is a graduate of the Qalam Seminary Islamic studies program.

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The Hidden Contributions of African Americans in the Military

Come to the African American Museum, Dallas on March 4th, 7pm to experience the hidden gems highlighting the little known contributions of African Americans in the Military.

This will feature booth exhibits, historical documents, rarely seen uniforms and artifacts. There will also be video presentations.

All of this will be highlighted with a special presentation from National Historian and Special Forces Military History Expert,

Mr. Timothy McCoy.


Tickets on sale now

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Early African Muslims

Imam Mikaeel Ahmed Smith (Michael V Smith) is an Islamic scholar, writer, and activist striving to meet the spiritual and educational needs of the DFW community. Imam Mikaeel previously served as a resident scholar at the Islamic Society of Annapolis and the Islamic Society of Baltimore. He grew up in a deeply spiritual Christian home in Buffalo, NY. At the age of 18, he embraced Islam after reading the Qur’an and the Autobiography of Malcolm X. Within a year after his shahadah, Imam Mikaeel enrolled at the Dar ul-Uloom al-Madania in Buffalo, NY, where he learned to read Arabic and memorized the Qur’an. In 2008, he traveled overseas to study Arabic at the Jami’a Abu Noor in Damascus, Syria.

Upon his return, he continued studying the Islamic sciences at the Dar ul-Uloom al-Madania. In 2012, he completed his studies of the Sihah Sitta (six most authentic collections of Prophetic traditions) and Qur’anic Tafseer (commentary), earning his degree in Islamic Studies at the Dar ul-Uloom Canada in Chatham, Ontario (BA equivalent). Later the same year, he moved to Maryland to become the scholar-in-residence at the Islamic Society of Annapolis. He taught tajweed (Qur’an recitation) and the foundational Islamic sciences at the Makkah Learning Center in Gambrills, MD, and served as a full-time instructor at the Al-Rahmah Seminary in Baltimore, MD.

Currently, Imam Mikaeel is pursuing his BA in psychology, writing translations of classical Islamic texts and articles for MuslimMatters, teaching Alimiyah students, and serving the local Dallas-Ft Worth community.

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Foundation to a Good Marriage

Manhood & Womanhood in Islam:

A Foundation to a Good Marriage



Divorce is on the rise in the American Muslim community.


Former Imam Ziya Kavakci of the Islamic Association of North Texas and member of the Fiqh Council of North America believes divorce is a “rampant problem” in the Muslim community and that “the Ummah is a mess when it comes to marriage.”



Come and discuss “Manhood and Womanhood” according to Quran and the Prophet (saw). Learn how to have a successful marriage in Islam with this knowledge!!


Program includes:

  • Video on “Manhood and Womanhood in Islam”
  • Muslim Marriage Expert
  • Other Panel members
  • Question and Answer/ Discussion Session
  • Light refreshments provided





Masjid Al Islam

2604 S Harwood St.

Dallas, TX 75215




February 3, 2017

2:00pm – Maghrib










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DFW’s Oldest Masjid Fundraising Event

To enhance our efforts to “Serve the Unserved,” Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX is enthusiastically working toward building a state-of-the-art Masjid Complex in Downtown Dallas. We invite you and your family out for a night of fine dining at the luxurious Crystal Banquet Hall in Plano,TX.

Keynote Speaker: Br. Nafis Pathan, Ameer of IACC of Plano, TX

Confirmed Speaker: Siraj Wahhaj, Imam of Al-Taqwa Masjid, Brooklyn, NY

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California Sisters’ Apparel Resale Swap Meet

The HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE of Masjid Al-Islam hosts

California Sisters’ Apparel Resale Swap Meet

5pm-7pm, Sat. Oct. 28, 2017

2625 Cesar Chavez, Dallas, TX 75215

Call (214)421-3839 for limited vending details by 10-25-17


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