WNYMuslims Celebrates Eid-Al-Adha with Free Ice-Cream!

WNYMuslims cordially invites you and your family Saturday Oct. 19th from 2:00PM - 4:00PM for Ice-cream and your favorite toppings!

  • Cultural Eid Dress is encouraged
  • Children ages 13 & younger are FREE
  • Donations of &2+ are appreciated

RSVP by clicking HERE.

Local Masjid Eid Prayer Timings             

ISNF/Masjid An-Noor:

  • Prayers at 9am & 10am
  • For more questions regarding Eid festivities please email Sr. Amber at [email protected]

Masjid Al-Taqwa:

  • Prayer starts at 8am

Islamic Center of Rochester

  • Takbirat starts at 8:30am
  • Salah: 9:00am
  • Location: Dome Arena on E. Henrietta

Visit our website for more information on your local Masjids HERE.

Registering on the NEW WNYMuslims.org

As you all may know, WNYMuslims was ecstatic to launch our sleek and easy-to-use NEW WNYMuslims.org website last month, and have been encouraging community members and the world to engage with us via the site ever since!

We encourage visitors to use our new website to get connected, learn about upcoming events in the community, check out our media, read our blogs, and more! Register for free today!

If you were a member of the old WNY Muslims website,
you will have to re-register your username and e-mail.

Making the Most of the 10 Blessed Days of Dhul-Hijjah

Blog By: Hafsah A.

By His intellect, God Almighty has given preference to some places and times over others. For Muslims, Friday is the best day of the week, Ramadan is the holiest month of the year, "Layl-atul-Qadr" (The Night of Decree) is the best night in Ramadan, and the day of "Arafah" is the best day of the year. To come to our main topic of discussion, the first ten days of the month of "Dhul-Hijjah" (The Month of Hajj) are the blessed days for Muslims.

Rasulullah (May Peace & Blessings be Upon Him) said: "On no days is the worship of Allah desired more than in the first ten days..." READ MORE.

Featured Photograph of the Week

This week's photo is from Michael Pecoraro, an editorial and free lance photographer specializing in nature and people, taken of  a bee in Clarence, NY mesmerized by the bright colors of a flower.

He believes that through patience and focus anyone can capture the desired photo that is pictured in his/her mind. Residing out of Buffalo,  Michael wishes to travel and capture earths beauty one shot at a time.

If you have taken a photograph that you think should be featured, please send it in with a description of the shot, and a little bio of yourself to [email protected]

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