1st Annual DMAA & Big Momma’s House 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament!

The Durham Muslim Athletic Association is proud to present with partnership with Big Momma’s House and Masjid Usman, the Inaugural DMAA 3on3 basketball tournament! 

To be held at the McLean Community Center in Ajax on Saturday Sept. 14th.
12 pm to 4pm
(11am check in for Team Captains)

This action packed 1 day tournament will be full of surprises and guest appearances, so don’t miss out!

Get your squad together and sign up today!!!

Registration is $60 per team! Prizes include Trophies, Medals, Personalized T-Shirts, Big Momma’s gift certificates, Gift Cards and more!!

Ages 15 to 20years

There will be food stalls and drink stalls, 3 point competitions, and lots more!

For more information about the 1st DMAA 3-on-3 tournament, email info@dmaa.ws or visit the website: www.dmaa.ws

Don’t be the one listening to your friends about how great the 3 on 3 event was! Sign up now to avoid dissapointment.

DMAA_3on3_FlyerSpread the word, let’s see who can put together the best ball squad and then defend their title every year!

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Problems & Difficulties (A Gift From Allah) – Mufti Ismail Menk


Prophets are the greatest men that ever lived. Prophets received Revelation from Allah and conveyed it to the people. The prophets received the Revelations and conveyed them exactly in the language Allah ordered. The language of the scriptures is created, but Allah’s speech is not. A messenger is a prophet who comes with abrogating some of the laws brought by the previous messenger or receives a new set of laws. Prophets were intelligent, trustworthy, truthful, did not commit major sins and never left their Religion. Many prophets have lived in the past. Muhammad, may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him, who lived some 1400 years ago, was the last and greatest prophet.

Other prophets before him include: Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Ishmael, Jacob, Joseph (son of Jacob), David, Solomon, Moses, and Jesus, may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon all of them.

The true scriptures were Revelations received by prophets. Moses and Jesus both received scriptures, but what are now called the Torah and the Bible have been tampered with by man and are not the true Revelations received by the great messengers Moses and Jesus. The only scripture which is unchanged and will never be changed is the Qur’an, which is the scripture Allah gave Muhammad, His last prophet, in clear and eloquent Arabic. Allah has promised to protect the Qur’an from any changes by man, and it has remained unchanged since it was received some 1400 years ago. Unlike the prophets before him who were sent to a particular people, Muhammad was sent to all people who lived at his time and all people who live after him until the Day of Judgment when the earth will be destroyed.

Allah knows best.

#Jummah #Mubarak don’t forget to #read #Surah Kahf #sunnah #quran #tgif #tgij #friday

Surah Ta-Ha

“(On that Day when the Trumpet shall be sounded) All faces shall be humbled before the Ever-Living, the Self-Subsisting Lord, and he who bears the burden of iniquity will have failed.
But whosoever does righteous works, being a believer, shall have no fear of suffering wrong or loss.” [20:111-112]

#muslimfest 2013 – Muslim Festival Celebrates Canadian Identity

By Muneeb Nasir

OnIslam Correspondent
Monday, 02 September 2013 00:00
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TORONTO – Marking ten years of success, a Toronto Muslim festival has attracted Muslims, politicians and artists, celebrating a diverse and proud Canadian Muslim community.
“Congratulations on celebrating the festival’s 10th year,” Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said in a support message sent to MuslimFest and cited by OnIslam.net.
“This festival is an opportunity for Ontarians of all heritages to experience Muslim culture in all its vibrancy.”

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Diverse Community
The event attracted over 25,000 participants including Toronto politicians who praised it for showcasing the province’s diversity and promoting understanding among citizens.
“Ontario greatest strength is our diversity,” said Premier Wynne in her message.
“We embrace our multiculturalism, strive for authentic dialogue and seek genuine mutual understanding.
“Today, our diversity is an inspiration to countries around the world.”


Hajar al-Aswad (The Black Stone),



Hajar al-Aswad (The Black Stone), which is set in the eastern corner of the Ka’bah. Tawaf is started and ended by facing this sacred stone. Throughout the ages, innumerable people including many of the Prophets (alaihi al-salam), Prophet Muhammed (Salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam) Himself, Sahabah’s (radi Allah anho), Pious personalities and millions of Muslims whom have performed Hajj and Umrah have placed their blessed lips on it.
1) Special consideration must be taken when one intends to kiss the Hajar al-Aswad. One should neither push others nor harm anyone and must remember even though it is Sunnah to kiss Hajar al-Aswad it is also forbidden (haram) to cause harm or be hurtful towards others. When the area is crowded, it will suffice to merely point towards the Hajar al-Aswad with ones hand or a stick while reciting the Takbeer and then to kiss the hand or stick. Although the Prophet (Salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam) kissed the Hajar al-Aswad directly, He (Salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam) also pointed towards it when the area was crowded, it is therefore clear that both kissing it and pointing towards it are Sunnah.
It is in Hadith – Narrated by Naafi’: I saw Ibn Umar touch the Stone with his hand then he kissed his hand. He (Ibn Umar) said, I have never ceased to do this since I saw the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon Him) do it. (Sahih Bukhari & Muslim).

2) The Hajar al-Aswad was brought from Jannah and presented to Ibrahim (alaihi al-salam) to be placed on the corner of the Ka’bah. Ibn ‘Abbas (aradi Allah anho) narrated that the Prophet (Salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The Black Stone came down from Paradise. [Tirmidhi]

3) Du’as are accepted at the Hajar al-Aswad.

Lā ʾilāha ʾillallāh, Muḥammad rasūlu-llāh لا اله الا الله محمد رسول الله
There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad (PBUH) is the messenger of Allah.
This oath is the first pillar of Islam

Salah (صلاة‎)

is the practice of formal prayer in Islam. Its supreme importance for Muslims is indicated by its status as the second of the Five Pillars of Islam.

Zakāt (زكاة‎)

is the giving of a fixed portion of one's wealth to charity, generally to the poor and needy. It is the fourth of the Five Pillars of Islam.


Hajj (حج‎)

is the pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is the largest pilgrimage in the world, and is the fifth pillar of Islam. A religious duty that must be carried out at least once in their lifetime by every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to do so.

Sawm (صوم‎)

is an Arabic word for fasting. Meaning to abstain from eating, drinking, having sex and anything against Islamic law from dawn till dusk. The observance of Sawm during the holy month of Ramadan is the third of the Five Pillars of Islam.

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