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Prayer times for Ramadan (Taraweeh prayers after Isha)

Jama Masjid (Kensington) – 8:15pmMadina (City) Masjid (Sobers Lane) – 8:05pmMakki Masjid (Belleville) – 8:15pmAn-Noor Musalla (Wanstead) – 8:15pm Dar-ul-Iman (St. Leonards Ave.) – 7:50pm Al-Falah Institute (Passage Road) – 7:50pm (first 15 days) 7:55pm (last 15 days) Islamic Academy of Barbados (Hill Road, Bank Hall) – 8:15pm Dar-ul-Iman (West Palm Apts, Sunset Crest, Holetown) – 8:00pm Masjid Ibn Umar ... Read More »

Ramadan Reflections

Starting Monday June 6 a one minute informercial titled “Ramadan Reflections” will be aired on VOB 92.9 FM at 6:15pm. Every Monday to Friday at the same time for the month of Ramadan. The informercial will give brief information on Islam and Muslims and the time to break and start fasts. These informercials are sponsored by the following companies under ... Read More »

Barbados Muslim Association Makes Donation to QEH

PATIENTS AND STAFF of the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E) at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital are set to benefit from $27 000 in donations from the Barbados Muslim Association. Today at a handing over presentation held at the hospital, head of A&E Dr Chaynie Williams thanked the Association for its continued support. She recalled that it was not the first ... Read More »

BMA 11 + Award 2015

The Barbados Muslim Association is pleased to award the top Muslim students in this year’s (2015) Barbados Secondary School Entrance (11+) Examinations. These awards were started in 2005 in an effort to encourage Muslim primary school students to do their best at the examinations and to reward the top performers. We pray continued success on all Muslim students who have sat ... Read More »


We Hereby Affirm and Declare the Following: 1.We believe in the oneness of Allah (God). We believe that all the Messengers of God (peace be upon them all), including the final Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), have taught human beings how to come closer to God and closer to one another. Islam teaches that a person cannot be a ... Read More »

Good Manners

One of the most beautiful things I found in Islam when I first encountered it was the emphasis on good manners. One quote a shaykh once made in a lecture particularly stuck with me: A Muslim is made by manners. Nowadays something strange is going on in the UK, where I live. The Islamic schools are becoming known for bad ... Read More »

Prophet Muhammad (SAW)’s Last Sermon

This sermon was delivered on the Ninth Day of Dhul Hijjah 10 A.H. in the ‘Uranah valley of Mount Arafat’ (in Makkah). After praising, and thanking Allah he(SAW) said: “O People, lend me an attentive ear, for I know not whether after this year, I shall ever be amongst you again. Therefore listen to what I am saying to you ... Read More »

Itikaaf Laws

I’TIKAF (1) I’tikaf means to stay in the Musjid with the niyyat of I’tikaf for the sake of Allah Ta’ala. The purpose of such stay in the Musjid is ibadat and to gain proximity to Allah Ta’ala. THE TYPES OF I’TIKAF There are three types of I’tikaf: Wajib, Sunnatul Muakkadah and Nafl. WAJIB I’TIKAF An I’tikaf of Nathr(vow) and a ... Read More »