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My Ramadan Stories, Children workshop and meet the Author

An interactive story telling event by Amin Aaser the founder of Noor Kids, a Harvard-supported education technology firm that seeks to build confidence in the religious identity of young Muslims. Noor Kids publishes one of America’s fastest-growing Islamic children’s book series with titles in over 25,000 homes across 25 countries.

Amin is an expert on identity, self-confidence, and self-esteem among Muslim children in America. He has been featured on NPR, BBC, The Huffington Post, The Boston Herald, and The Christian Science Monitor, among a host of other media outlets.

The Story Behind Fasting, is appropriate for ages 3 and older:

“Fasting isn’t easy. So, why do Muslims fast? Through storytelling and critical thinking, Amin shares a compelling lesson, motivating children & adults to appreciate the special power in fasting.”

The Superheroes that Changed My Life, will be geared toward ages 8 and older but younger siblings are welcome:

“We often look up to role models such as Steve Jobs and Nelson Mandela, and even Superman! But what about our Holy Prophet (pbuh), his family and companions? Through a mix of storytelling and reflection, Amin brings historical figures to life.”

Parents must attend with their children. This event is free however parking is limited.
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Masjid Latest States:

The center is open for all the activities including Ramadan Taraweeh and Daily Prayers since first of Ramadan.

NOTE:
for Taraweeh only, HOV-2 Parking is enforced. Regular Jumah Prayer will be announced after Ramadan.


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The Statement issued by MIC on the Tragic Shooting in Florida

The McLean Islamic Center and its community condemn in the strongest way possible the horrific, appalling and tragic mass shooting that recently unfolded in Orlando, Florida. While the investigation is ongoing there is no doubt that the perpetrator was a mentally unbalanced, disturbed individual with a violent past. We send our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the undoubtedly devastated families and loved ones of all those killed or injured.

The overwhelming majority of Muslims in the United States are peaceful and law-abiding citizens and we must reject stereotypes holding any group responsible for the actions of an individual. The Quran states: “Whoever kills a person, it is as though he has killed all mankind. And whoever saves a life, it is as though he had saved all mankind.” Harming the life of anyone regardless of their beliefs is in direct contradiction to the teachings of Islam. Islam also clearly teaches us that there is “No compulsion in faith” and we reject violence, hatred, and discrimination toward anyone on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, religion, familial status, sexual orientation, and national origin.

Religious Ruling Against Terrorism

ISLAMIC FATWA AGAINST TERRORISM

Muslims in the United States in particular enjoy freedoms to practice our religion that are unparalleled in the majority of the world. It is our responsibility to stand against terrorism in any shape or form that it may take be it Orlando, Sandy Hook, Charleston, etc.


Muslim community condemns Orlando attack, calls for blood donations

God bless the families of the victims and God bless America.


Upcoming IT Courses

 

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Oracle Developer Certified Associate, includes SQL and PL/SQL 80 hours $570 Jul-16-2016 Click for Details
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Coming Events

Jul
1
Fri
Sister’s Ring @ MIC
Jul 1 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Sisters Ring is a social circle for girls ages 5-12. Lead by Sister Uzma, a counselor and mother, the group aims to bring Muslim girls together to discuss social issues in light of Islamic teachings. In addition to a discussion, the girls also participate in group games, and arts & crafts

Parents must fill out registration form for their children to participate.

Every other Friday, starting 5/22

6-7pm

Jul
3
Sun
Family Halaqa with Dr. Yahya Alavi @ MIC
Jul 3 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm

Dr. Yahya Alvi covers the meanings of the Qur’an in a family friendly manner to help us gain a deeper understanding of the Qur’an and apply it in our daily life. A one hour lecture is followed by Q and A.

Every Sunday, following Asr

Jul
8
Fri
Sister’s Ring @ MIC
Jul 8 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Sisters Ring is a social circle for girls ages 5-12. Lead by Sister Uzma, a counselor and mother, the group aims to bring Muslim girls together to discuss social issues in light of Islamic teachings. In addition to a discussion, the girls also participate in group games, and arts & crafts

Parents must fill out registration form for their children to participate.

Every other Friday, starting 5/22

6-7pm

Jul
10
Sun
Family Halaqa with Dr. Yahya Alavi @ MIC
Jul 10 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm

Dr. Yahya Alvi covers the meanings of the Qur’an in a family friendly manner to help us gain a deeper understanding of the Qur’an and apply it in our daily life. A one hour lecture is followed by Q and A.

Every Sunday, following Asr

Jul
15
Fri
Sister’s Ring @ MIC
Jul 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Sisters Ring is a social circle for girls ages 5-12. Lead by Sister Uzma, a counselor and mother, the group aims to bring Muslim girls together to discuss social issues in light of Islamic teachings. In addition to a discussion, the girls also participate in group games, and arts & crafts

Parents must fill out registration form for their children to participate.

Every other Friday, starting 5/22

6-7pm

Jul
17
Sun
Family Halaqa with Dr. Yahya Alavi @ MIC
Jul 17 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm

Dr. Yahya Alvi covers the meanings of the Qur’an in a family friendly manner to help us gain a deeper understanding of the Qur’an and apply it in our daily life. A one hour lecture is followed by Q and A.

Every Sunday, following Asr

Jul
22
Fri
Sister’s Ring @ MIC
Jul 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Sisters Ring is a social circle for girls ages 5-12. Lead by Sister Uzma, a counselor and mother, the group aims to bring Muslim girls together to discuss social issues in light of Islamic teachings. In addition to a discussion, the girls also participate in group games, and arts & crafts

Parents must fill out registration form for their children to participate.

Every other Friday, starting 5/22

6-7pm

Jul
24
Sun
Family Halaqa with Dr. Yahya Alavi @ MIC
Jul 24 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm

Dr. Yahya Alvi covers the meanings of the Qur’an in a family friendly manner to help us gain a deeper understanding of the Qur’an and apply it in our daily life. A one hour lecture is followed by Q and A.

Every Sunday, following Asr

Jul
27
Wed
Ladies’ Halaqa @ MIC
Jul 27 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for tea and a Halaqa discussion lead by Sister Abeer on community building. Please bring a Quran for reference.

Last Wednesday of the Month, 5/27 8-9pm

Jul
29
Fri
Sister’s Ring @ MIC
Jul 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Sisters Ring is a social circle for girls ages 5-12. Lead by Sister Uzma, a counselor and mother, the group aims to bring Muslim girls together to discuss social issues in light of Islamic teachings. In addition to a discussion, the girls also participate in group games, and arts & crafts

Parents must fill out registration form for their children to participate.

Every other Friday, starting 5/22

6-7pm

 




Address:
8800 Jarrett Valley Drive, Vienna, VA 22182
Phone: 571-241-0073
Email: Info@McLeanMuslims.org