May this special day bring peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. May Allah flood your life with happiness and peace of mind on this occasion. Eid Mubarak!
Alhamdolillah, 1443 Eid-ul Fitr will be celebrated on Monday, May 2, 2022 at King Fahad Mosque in Los Angeles / Culver City. Takbeerat will begin at 7 AM followed by Salaah-tul Eid at 7:30 AM sharp Please arrive early as parking is limited.
May Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your transgressions and ease the suffering of all people around the globe. On behalf of the management of King Fahad Mosque, we wish all of you a very happy, blessed and prosperous Eid.
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King Fahad Mosque wishes everyone a very happy and blessed Ramadan. We will start our Ramadan from Saturday, April 2nd, 2022. Salahtul Taraaweeh will be 20 Rakaat every night after Salaahtul Isha. May Allah accept our siam, qiam, duas and zakaat during this holy month, and forgive our sins. Aameen! Please donate generously to support our masjid.
King Fahad Mosque believes in following and teaching the religion of Islam, according to the values found in the Quran and the Sunnah (practice of the Prophet Muhammad), based upon the understanding and methodology of the early generations of Muslims.
Surah Fatiha is the opening chapter of the Quran. It comprises of seven verses. The first three are in praise of Allah Subhanu Wataa’la, while the last three contain a request or a prayer on the part of a man, which Allah himself has taught. The verse in between the two sets has both the features, there is an aspect of praise and another of prayer … Read More
Abu ‘Abdur-Rahman Bilal bin Al-Harith Al-Muzani (RA) reported: The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “A man speaks a good word without knowing its worth, Allah records for him His Good Pleasure till the day he will meet Him; and a man utters an evil word without realizing its importance, Allah records for him His displeasure till the day he will meet Him.”
It is obligatory upon every muslim to offer their salaah (prayers) five times a day. The image below shows the correct positions of praying in every salah.